March 15th, 2013

Former Mirror Editor Richard Wallace Interviewed Under Caution

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As MediaGuido revealed earlier, former Daily Mirror editor Richard Wallace has been interviewed under caution by the cops today in relation to phone hacking.

Sky have just followed up with their sources confirming:

Media Guardian caught up later…

You heard it here first…

See also: Who are the Real Cowboys?


286 Comments

  1. 1
    Zeds says:

    No, I saw it on Sky first, fuckflaps.

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    • 12

      Welcome to the end of the Piers show

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      • 21
        Peter Grimes says:

        Squeaky bum time for Piss Moron.

        Wonder if he qualifies for a green card yet. Hope not!

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        • 32
          Quiet Bat Person says:

          “You heard it here first…”.

          True in this case. But BBC were running with the Joyce brawl this morning hours before Guido was.

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          • The Old Fella says:

            So where did Geedo get the informtion from some nice helpful police officer?

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          • pissed up pretend paddy W'og says:

            Will no one think of poor Al-Qaeda’s need for British taxpayers’ money to behead Christians in Syria for Greater Israel?

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    • 15
      BBC Red Bottom says:

      We shall be running this story in a few days time.
      “Your BBC.” 1st for .. erm..well..global warming stories mostly…

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      • 29
        JH54649675434 says:

        …providing it is not in relation to climategate emails, another trance of which have recently been unlocked.

        Anyone who still had any faith or reputation left after the first lot, soon won’t.

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      • 37
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Here is one the beeb do not want to cover.

        It is bouncing all over the net that back in the 1960’s the Polar Bear population was down to about 5000 – but presently the Polar Bears are thriving and their numbers are up to 25,000 hence another nail in Al Gore and his deluded mob’s coffin – are you reading this Johan Hari, Monbidiot …?

        “You fuckers and the fecking politicians ‘globally’ have been caught with yer fucking trousers down around your fucking ankles yet again.

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        • 63
          Your Friendly Neighbourhood Butterfly-Effect Notice Service says:

          Not coincidentally, this is about at the same time that the Inuit people being allowed to hunt baby seals by clubbing them to death was stopped. Even though the Inuit had done it for generations, in order to make parkas and mukluks for themselves, by the 1960’s they were able to procure Western-made clothing, and the practice of seal hunting, being not strictly necessary for their survival as a people, was thought not to be integral to their cultural expression as a people, and was banned, because Guardian reader types looked at the baby seals as “too cute for slaughter.” (There is no Inuit population in the UK of any note and there is hardly any in the Arctic as a whole (maybe 100,000 in all and that’s a generous figure), so, they’re all just a bunch of uncivilised ice monkeys to the Guardianistas– imagine, they make no apologies for eating meat, sharing spouses and abandoning their elderly! They’re as bad as their British lout counterparts, FFS, but since they don’t vote Labour, they don’t count, and hence, don’t have to be patronised!) And the result of the prohibition of seal hunting meant there was now an abundance of seals, who would eat more fish (depleting the supply available to be caught commercially around Greenland), and who, in turn, would be preyed upon by bears. Assure a secure food supply, and population will burgeon, saith Reverend Malthus, and the bears sure as hell didn’t miss the train on this deal.

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          • Casual Observer says:

            It is good to point out that predator prey relationship.

            The other unintended consequence that is partly contributing to the calls for starting the culls again is coming from fishermen.

            As the seal population has risen, other than more polar bears being around (and also as a result impacting more on human settlements…), there has been added pressure on fish stocks from the seals.

            Ignoring the environmental impact of replacing a carbon neutral fur with nylon and polyester, we can get a glimpse of the full folly of the environmentalist types. They only got away with setting these policies on the basis of pseudoscience in the first place, which is significant now that real science is showing the mistakes.

            Example of how to counteract negative propaganda campaign:

            http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/fm-gp/seal-phoque/myth-eng.htm

            Harvesting of pups is still illegal, but natural fur is still more environmentally friendly than synthetic.

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          • Proposing 1,001 extra green taxes, Nick Clegg says:

            “And the result of the prohibition of seal hunting meant there was now an abundance of seals, ..who, in turn, would be preyed upon by bears.”

            Don’t be stupid! Everyone knows polar bears eat penguins.

            You’re some sort of Tory bigot, and I claim my €11,58.

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          • Pol Zapart says:

            polar bears eat penguins’ ….

            
            

            however, seals are allergic to clubs.

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          • Ithankyou says:

            I thought the Polar Bears couldn’t get the silver paper off

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          • Anonymous says:

            predator prey delusion.
            every1 is in a trap. the great game of the universe. no escaping it.
            the next layer of those in the know are out to destroy identity….fake death certificate and cloning are steps. there is nothing on the side of the alternative except the soul. learn to access this fr all else is not just fake in the imaginary game of god’s universe…but that fakeness that we were in denial of will be taken advantage of bigtime. as gweedo said, yu read it here fiste. mental ill will be said to be those who deny there new mangod given identities.
            .
            say saone to breath in a new life.
            or
            else submit to ra1.
            .
            submission is the only option.
            zero.hero.

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          • David Battenburg says:

            Polar bear cubs soon learn to become good swimmers.
            That’s because they like to have their kayak and eat it.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            I see / notice the deafening silence of the press pack about my posting … come on all you bull5hitting talk yourselves up journo hack press pack wolves … Polar Bears eat wolves for breakfast.

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          • Casual Observer says:

            I think some above may be confusing their poles for comedic effect.

            Killer Whales are a predator for both penguins / seals, and known as wolves of the sea.

            Polar Bears have not been reported to dine on Killer Whale.

            But they do make a real mess when they go through your bin.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Point is Al Gore and he did big up Tony Bliar in his Nobel Peace prize acceptance speech lecture booklet [63 pages of pap] titled ‘Our Purpose’ is a busted bastard liar.

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          • Casual Observer says:

            On the Al Gore issue:

            i) He did make a lot of money from selling off his interests, in particular CableTV to Al Jaz. He also made quite a bit from the Green energy lobby.

            ii) His broader function to help depress global oil and lng prices by coercing countries to cut back on fossil fuel consumption certainly helped ease costs for the US.

            iii) The coup de grace of setting in train patterns which would undermine industrial competitors ability to compete properly once they had adopted carbon tax was a master stroke.

            iv) No doubt his agenda provided good cover for things which are yet to be found out.

            All in all he did a good job.

            However, it was not what was advertised. That he was on side with Blair should have been a big give away.

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        • 273
          Dee Lusional says:

          You’ll find the answer at the Green Bank. Sign up all those mugs on 25 year loans – secured on the house – at 7% pa compound. 5.4 times original sum.

          As sponsored by Wonga

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    • 20
      Peirs "twat" Moron says:

      I really hope this blows over. Someone important like me shouldn’t have to do time in jail.

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    • 24

      Then you were late to the story. We had it first.

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    Mike Hunt says:

    Tom Fatson strangely quiet. Is this perhaps because his beloved Daily Mirror is just as guilty as the hated Murdoch?

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    • 6
      jimbo jones says:

      In fairness to Fatty, he might just be unaware having spent all day chained to the all-you-can-eat buffet in his local chinky.

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    • 16
      Tom Fatson says:

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    • 19
      Fishy says:

      Unlike NI, who voluntarily set up their media standards board to investigate its wrongdoing (and pass on their findings to the police – hence all of the NI related arrests), Mirror Group refused to follow suit saying that they were clean and all of this was too long ago for them to be arsed.

      I wonder if any of the witness to the tainted Leveson proceedings will be charged with perjury?

      All being well the plod will be on their to Guardian Towers next.

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      • 142
        Mong Watch says:

        They should have a word with Jones about his manners:

        Nasty little boy.

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        • 143
          Mong Watch says:

          This is what prompted the above:

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          • Maqboul says:

            A very precise and round and meaningless number. Oh, do fuck off stupid boy.

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          • JH54649675434 says:

            Owen, I remember a kid at my school turning up at school in his worn-out gym plimsolls because his mum simply could not afford shoes.

            That is poverty. Now fuck off.

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          • rambo says:

            Funny I remember New Labout importing over 4 million new voters in just a decade to try to “rub our noses” in the diversity… and now 3 million Brits can’t find work – it’s a scandal and 95% Labour’s fault.

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        • 152
          Grown up says:

          Lots of kids get bolshy when they’ve had a couple of lagers

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        • 176
          JH54649675434 says:

          Aaah, poor Owen.

          It must be awful having people like Dan Hodges around, who should be on your ‘side’ but instead are not afraid to point out what a horrible, sanctimonious, insidious, little boring LIAR you are.

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      • 150
        Frog says:

        Murdoch also closed down the News of the World,which was the biggest selling paper in the country.

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        • 153
          Liam Byrne says:

          There’s no money left.

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        • 218
          Blowing Whistles says:

          I do wonder when the yankees are going to wake up are realise who Murdoch’s ULTIMATE ‘Stringpullers’ really are?

          Try Wire Fraud you fucking twats.

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  4. 4
    Haryy Ette says:

    {A GP has pleaded guilty to a string of sexual offences against teenage girls and women, some of which were filmed on a camera hidden in his wristwatch.

    Davinderjit Bains, 45, of Nyland Road, Swindon, pleaded guilty to 39 sexual offences against victims aged between 14 and 51.}

    In future all Doctors must remove their watches before coming near me.

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  5. 5
    Jessicaca Reede, Guardian writer says:

    Will anyone here join me in campaigning to get the sexist Page3 from the Sun banned?

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    Casual Observer says:

    With the recent revelations of the kinky lads placing agents in media organizations, there is of course something obvious being missed wrt voice mail breaches.

    This was excellent cover for running an operation in plain site against people in the public eye.

    Now, other than the celeb phones which were hacked, who else ?

    What is missing is the triple-X ;-)

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      East India Company Wallah says:

      At any one time 400,000 are under digital surveillance in the UK
      Well thats the figure the state own up to
      Most is Hmrc and Local Authorities
      The balance is the police and security services

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      • 17
        Casual Observer says:

        That is the private monitoring.

        You couldn’t base a damaging news story on that stuff.

        But, if some needed to be taken down publicly through the press, what better way than to run the op from the news room.

        Some of the individuals who were paid for accessing, getting pins etc. for sure would be employed by the state from time to time as well.

        This is more subtle than going through the back doors which exist, and certainly does offer a very credible level of plausible deniability.

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  7. 9
    Noose Watch says:

    Word is, P!ers Moron has a thing for oranges and kinky stuff.

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    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    Where is Kevin Maguire when you need him?

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    • 18
      Dougal Maguire says:

      “Ahhh doown’t nor nuthin’ ‘boot all tha’ paepers and news und stuff. Ah just do the sport, like.

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    • 48
      Blowing Whistles says:

      He is currently concocting a ‘fairy tale or two with Marina Hyde’ about why he was KICKED OUT by the Gruniad for abusing the Gruniad credit cards for a day out or two.

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    • 123
      Cardinal Beergoggles says:

      moron

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  9. 14

    Breaking News

    Sky News correspondent a r r e s t e d for p h o n e haking in Peking

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  10. 25
    Ed "Twelvety" Balls says:

    Somebody told me pie was a number the other day, I had to laugh. Probably a Tory just trying to confuse me.

    If pie is a number, what about cake? I’ve heard people say “a trifle” before, is that a number too? A big one or a small one? Is it bigger than eleventeen?

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    • 30
      JH54649675434 says:

      If refers to the £3.14159 Trillion you left the country in debt.

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      • 41
        Blowing Whistles says:

        It aint 24/7 either it’s 22/7.

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        • 49
          Paddy Power says:

          Though the odds may shorten even more, as we approach race time…

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Are you based out of Gibralta and do you abduct children from Gibralta and place them in mortal danger from Pa3do networks based in the UK who appear to be protected by judicial nonces?

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      Storm clouds over Camoron says:

      Always thought billions of pounds pissed up against the wall of ineptness was just a trifle to Liebour.

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        Actually says:

        They are happy for people to think it was wasted in order to cover up for the true scale of the thefts.

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    Riggsy Brown says:

    Police enquiry is focusing on activity at The Mirror between 2003 -2004. Morgan was editor in 2003 and until he was fired in May 2004. Oh dear!

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  13. 50

    The Mirror gets cracked and closed down.

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  14. 59
    Red Egg Millitit... Social Naturist or National Socialist says:

    OMG not the saintly Daily Mirror at it as well ??

    hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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  15. 61
    Bollocks Broadcasting Corporation says:

    Our licence fee payers are not interested in this news. Nor are they interested in the news that Ed Miliband is a puppet of the Hacked Off campaign. The important thing is employing Z list “celebrities” on Red Nose crap.

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  16. 62
    Red Egg Millitit... Social Naturist or Notional Socialist says:

    I just wish this daft Hunt would keep his mouth shut !!

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/9933802/Mervyn-King-There-is-a-case-for-more-QE.html

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    • 71
      GRUB E WINO says:

      Every economic prediction he made was wrong yet he still gets a knighthood from the Fuckwits
      Maybe they should quickly “quantitative ease” him out of his position before he does any more damage

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      • 82
        Casual Observer says:

        The Bo.E needs to shift away from trying to manage inflation and switch back to what they used to do. Slap the banks every now and then and set interest rates correctly.

        If King was truly seeing recovery ahead, there would be no case for QE.

        QE is needed to keep gilt yields down. That is only necessary if it is believed that the gilt rate is going to go up and future tax receipts will not cover this.

        The gilt yield will go up as gilt prices are at record highs so really have only one way to go, down. (Price / Yield move inverse to each other)

        Gilt prices will go down in response to a sell of. That will happen if the UK is perceived as being risky. eg. Downgrade / recession are indicate risk.

        His optimism should be seen more correctly as an admission that recovery has not happened yet, which means that the UK is in recession at present. However it may limp out of it by < 1% growth over the next quarter if the ONS redefines the rule of subtraction, but likely will be back in it by the end of the year.

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  17. 64
    Judge Dread says:

    Is it Sky sources correcting Guido or Sky sources correcting themselves ?

    If one wishes to refer to correspondence then in the interests of justice and openness one should not be selective: all correspondence linked should be disclosed not just highlights.

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  18. 68
    GRUB E WINO says:

    Maybe Camermong should now consider minimum alcohol prices Within his own back yard The palace of Westminster , it is obvious that some people will abuse cheap alcohol especially when the taxpayers are subsidising it , a real case for ending it then What ?and judging by the size of some members of the house of commons , there is a good case for the food subsidies to be removed as well

    Just a thought , No matter how pissed i have been , i have Never left one of my kids in the pub !

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    • 109
      Negligent Twats says:

      Nor in a portugese holiday flat…

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      • 286
        Swollen Glands says:

        Sometimes I do wonder what the authorities might have thrown at me, had I left either of my kids alone when they were young and something happened to them. I know damn well that whatever the authorities did it would never be worse than the guilt I would have to bear personally.

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  19. 69
    Fishy says:

    The Leveson truth is emerging.

    Cameron it transpires never walked out, Muddleband and The Big Yellow suddenly hardened their stance as an agreement drew close. They were got at by Hacked Off

    A Hacked Off draft press release has emerged anticipating the agreement and criticising Muddleband Clegg and Harman – they didn’t need to issue it as Labour and the Libs backed down.

    Harperson on Ch 4 has just admitted regularly talking to Hacked Off. Hacked Off, the hypocrites who object to politicians having discussions with and allowing themselves to be influenced by the press – but are happy to have secret meetings of their own

    GET THAT DRAFT PRESS RELEASE GUIDO

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    • 114
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Did you clock Harperson’s Rapid Eye Movement (REM) on CH4 news as well … That bitch has condemned far too many innocent people by signing off unlawful orders that they be ‘tagged & shackled’ as Vexatious Litigants – Section 42’s to be precise – to be even more precise Mrs Veronica Beryl Foden of Plymouth – who even LJ Ouseley (dirty rat fink lying piece of scum 5hit) treated with utter disrespect.

      And The Telegraph ‘buried’ the story because they were a ‘free press’ < My Rse.

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    • 127
      Casual Observer says:

      They must have some real dirt on them.

      If they have been ‘got at’ in this way, then this fundamentally undermines government, does it not ?

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      • 146
        Blowing Whistles says:

        As I sated some days ago – when those atop the political system are so corrupted ‘across the board’ Government and Opposition – they will slowly cease to operate and implode. It’s 1989 East Germany all over again …

        BRING IT ON

        And guess what … I did state some months ago:

        “Isn’t it always those Despeardos at the top who are the very last to put their hands up”.

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        • 222
          I'm not vindictive but says:

          Ah, Ceaucescu’s despatch – they were the days (don’t think he had time to put his hands up though).

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  20. 70
    execute them all. I'll pledge £5 says:

    I’d find catching my knob in my zipper more fun and enjoyable than anything in this Red Nose fuckingboreathon.

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    • 73
      The Potter's Wheel says:

      You could watch a Mary Berry cake rising.

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    • 81

      Shame its so terrible. Its mostly boring, followed by awful, with only a few good moments.

      Poor Mz Q, age 8, stayed up excitedly to join in the fun last year. She was told she was allowed to stay up late if she wanted. The schools do loads of red nose stuff. But she’d given up long before 9pm. And she’s a big Lenny Henry fan too.

      well..you can’t blame her. She’s 8. She thinks My Parents are Aliens is funny.

      {in fairness, it is quite funny. Certainly better than the kids crap we used to watch. In fact a lot of CBBC is well written. Ever so preachy, but still well written.}

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  21. 72
    WVM says:

    WTF was that shite playing out on channel four news for?

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    • 149
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Bad Move by Guru Murthy – being duped into or a part of a plan to reHASH that basterdised tune of Lennons. It has become the Anthem of the neo-cons and their Isreali mantra masterbaters.

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  22. 78
    Red Ed Nose Day says:

    Don’t forget to support the good causes! Like a bailout for all those hardworkingonenasionproducer families who can’t get by on £25,000 of after tax benefits a year.

    When I think of them a little tear comes to my eye.*Sob*

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  23. 79
    Hugh Gobbleoff says:

    I’ts not the press that needs gaging it’s the internet. I don’t want anybody reading this opinion of mine.

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    • 84
      Huge Grant says:

      I can’t worry if a little news story like the MPs expenses scandal can’t ever be reported, if it means a big thing, like me getting my know out for a big fat hooker, is reported.

      Invasion of privacy!
      Invasion of privacy!

      Not everyone can change their pin code you know? Its quite hard on some of the new smart phones. So we need rigorous press scrutiny and an end to press freedom in case I forget to change my phone code from 1111 again.

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      • 112
        Office Dibble says:

        +1

        Saying “my phone was hacked” is a bit like leaving your front door unlocked and whining “my house was broken into”

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        • 151
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Just think of all the hacked off, Celeb and political 5hits who have taken the Murdoch coin … he’s had you lot for the fucking idiots you are.

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    Brown is a sad fuck says:

    About time these arseholes are investigated! They are a disgrace.

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  25. 83
    Wake up to the real world says:

    Why all this on going fuss about hacking?

    Why Don’t Joe and Josephine Public get it into their thick heads that every phone call, tweet, e-mail, internet, etc. etc. communication is vulnerable to being read by any inquisitive geek, Plod, CIA, MI5, GCHQ, and other government(s) agencies worldwide. The activities of grubby corrupt journalists are a mere sideshow.

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    • 86
      The Bureau says:

      But the CIA don’t print them on the front page.

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      • 89
        Heinrik Himler II says:

        That’s all right then, if they are doing it secretively.

        All this data will be so useful the the Fifth Reich.

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      • 95
        Casual Observer says:

        That only happens in cases of an extreme leak, or if they wish it to.

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    • 99
      Coming to you via torproject.org says:

      Plod can read what I’m typing, but they haven’t the vaguest fucking clue who I am.

      PS: If I ever meet David Cameron, I’m going to split his head wide open.

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    • 115
      Harold Finch says:

      But they can’t always be everywhere at all times, though. And that’s where Mr Reese and I come in…

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    • 135
      ptah of the well boded lodge says:

      regnum defende… defense of the realm.

      you’d think realm in terms of the uk and the commonwealth.

      but it is not. it is defense of the realm of satan.

      two brothers half to each other by different mothers.

      one was cast out the other followed to keep his errant sibling in check

      they go by many names but for this let’s call them satan and lucifer.

      satan has lured many into believing that god is a fabrication and that another

      name for satan is lucifer.

      the hand of satan puppets from saturn

      the hand of lucifer puppets from venus.

      earth is a staging post between the two.

      where the battle plays out.

      prevail of satan means all out destruction of earth

      prevail of lucifer means all out liberation of earth aka no more satan and once

      he is vanquished the hive of lucifer will leave you all be.

      but for now, know this. lucifer is your master. you are the puppets of lucifer.

      guided by the hand of venus.

      there is no need to tell you who fronts the hive of satan. deep inside you know

      the truth.

      all dwelt by deceit bound by a promise that alone was for them to give are thus

      forth released from the word given for them by those who were not told of the

      truth of that bondage.

      en will never be au

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    • 154
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Try NDS of Haifa, Tel Aviv Israel for starters – who runs the encoding for HMRC … (The Trojan Horse) for starters who gave them the contract GORDON? Doohhhh!

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      inside- out says:

      And the EU police,in fact the only ones who can get jailed for snooping are Journos.

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    Duh! says:

    Can you do something about all these CCTV cameras next Hugh?, now that is an invasion of peoples privacy, you can’t have a blow job while waiting for the lights to change without some prissy filming it, you could call the campaign Sucked Off.

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  27. 91
    Derrrron Brrown. says:

    I hope they don’t grrr-ass me up.

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  28. 93
    Brown is a sad fuck! says:

    Vouye-uri-sm is illegal!

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  29. 94
    Gordon Brown says:

    I fancy Harry Styles.

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  30. 96
    Eric Joyce says:

    Show me the way to go home
    I’m tired and I want to go to bed
    I had a drink about an hour ago
    And it’s gone right to my head

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    • 100
      Duh! says:

      Parliament Today:
      The Drunk and Disorderly.

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    • 172
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Damian McBride should break the Data Protection Act to have the public protected from Eric Joyce – and have his interviewed with the prospect of having him sectioned. What says SO19 eh – Shoe other foot – WEAR IT WANKERS.

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  31. 98
    Gordon Brown says:

    I fancy Hàrry Styles.

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    'Gypsy' Dave Cooper says:

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  33. 108
    Miners ORgans says:

    Piers Morgan…..oh please with a fucking great cherry on top suger coated with icing let it be PIers Morgan next in the frame….

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  34. 111
    Chewin over a fruit pastille says:

    So when is the Mirror closing down? The NotW had to close down. Time for the Mirror to consider it!

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  35. 117
    Beeb risk upsetting muzees says:

    Say what you like about the beeb, but they’ve done a comic relief sketch with Peter Kay having a muzee wife in a burka which is bound to upset a lot of muzees.

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  36. 118

    I overheard a telephone coversation in Mr Rusherger s office today

    He said to someone

    Is that you Mr Murdoch that is hacking my phone?

    Mr Murdoch replied

    No, it is Mr Wallace my competitor hacking hacker

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  37. 119
    North Korean Nuclear Missile Button Presser says:

    I’m ronery.

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  38. 120

    Guido

    This is fun

    The last stand of the Dead Tree Press

    It looks to me as if few will be left alive after you have killed eachother on a massive scale with dozens of prison sentences

    I think they should build a new pprison in some nice place like Northern Ireland to house all your colleagues and competitor hackers

    See you all in Court

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  39. 121
    Fabians ARE EVIL says:

    Yet more proof that Socialists feel they have the right to lie: their mirror is a lie, their writers are socialist zombies spouting the usual sound bites for consumption by the thicko mirror reading tribal labour voting cretins.

    Granny was wrong when she says a mirror will never lie.

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    Lee Grasper says:

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      Jimmy says:

      “No-one will come to collect it.”

      The research department’s clearly been putting in the hours.

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    Vince Cable says:

    I have no recollection of myself.

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    P l e b says:

    Well done to the BBC for getting the government to donate £16m ‘fundmatch’ to Red Nose Day :-)

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  44. 134
    Allah says:

    {Muslim Convert Dart Admits Terror Offence
    Richard Dart featured in a TV documentary which said he became an extremist after joining the Muslims Against Crusades group.}

    Next time forget the beard

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    • 137
      Gill Ette says:

      No sympathy.

      Like

    • 138
      A British Taxpayer says:

      Looking forward to paying for your 10 years in jail, Mr Dart.
      Then we’ll deport you to Yemen or somewhere equally nice.

      Like

      • 165
        Lawyer Peirce says:

        We don’t deport virtuous, downtrodden ‘victims’ now do we, Abu Banana? (Don’t smirk Abu; remember, it’s all about your human rights.)

        Like

  45. 136
    Moussa Koussa's pet meerkat says:

    “The Department for Work and Pensions has introduced emergency legislation to reverse the outcome of a court of appeal decision and “protect the national economy” from a £130m payout to jobseekers deemed to have been unlawfully punished.

    The retroactive legislation, published on Thursday evening and expected to be rushed through parliament on Tuesday, will effectively strike down a decision by three senior judges and deny benefit claimants an average payout of between £530 and £570 each” – Guardian

    These fuckers really are the lowest of the low.

    Like

    • 148
      Benny Fitz-Clements says:

      It’s my ‘entitlement’. New Labour built the new Jerusalem here. Pay up and shut up. Oh, and get back to work.

      You’ll also have to work a few extra years cos I’m entitled to free housing till the end of my days. I didn’t bother to save up, so you’ll have to save for the both of us.

      Oh, it was Fatcher’s fault, obviously.Innit.

      Like

      • 157
        aaron says:

        It was reported in the Telegraph this week that MPs have voted to increase the expenses they claim for second homes to cover the increased cost of living. The increase will be effective within the next few weeks, just as all the benefit cuts kick in.

        Words just cannot describe how vile, greedy and hypocritical these pigs are

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    • 160
      Labour Troll says:

      Let’s hope the judiciary are noting all this , and when the Quiet Man/Idiot makes his vile little case for there being no judicial review of his disgusting and vile Bedroom Tax they tear strips off him.

      Like

      • 161
        Intertango says:

        It surely must be illegal to penalise someone when they have not even been given the chance to downsize before being slapped with the bedroom tax.
        I would hope the Public Interest Lawyers would look into this issue as well. This government must be stopped from steamrollering the poorest people’s lives and creating untold misery for them.
        Everyone knows the Tories fucking hate the poor with a vengeance, but enough is enough.

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        • 173
          Casual Observer says:

          If they were being slapped with a new tax, then lots of issues.

          But they are not.

          An immoral benefit is being withdrawn, which means that many people who are living in subsidized housing will lose that subsidy and start paying their way fairly.

          That Labour are trying to stoke some sort of Poll tax rebellion on this is shameful. As when the Poll tax idea rears its head for real, no one will take it seriously.

          Like

    • 162
      Moussa Koussa's pet meerkat says:

      Is it possible to have retrospective elections? We could have another vote and kick these amoral politicians out. We made a mistake. We thought they were competent. We thought they would live up to their promises ( insert chuckle )

      Like

  46. 147
    Bye bye Mr Cameron you total hunt says:

    While everyone else is discussing things such as press regulation, drunken MPs and leadership challenges – you can be sure the Tories’ top strategists have something much more important to talk about today.

    Namely – the loss of two council seats yesterday in formerly rock-solid blue-rinse Surrey and West Sussex.

    Perception is all in politics and Tory strategists’ biggest worry is that if dissatisfied Tory voters in previously solid true-blue constituencies have any inkling that a protest vote for another party might actually not be wasted – the Tory Party could well be facing an historic meltdown in May’s local elections and even the general election in 2015.

    Here are the results from yesterday which are so worrying for the Tories:

    Runnymede District Council in Surrey – UKIP overturned a 23% Tory Majority to take the seat.

    Arun District Council in West Sussex – the Liberal Democrats destroyed a 48% Tory majority to take a seat!

    I can assure you, these results will be causing panic in the Tory high command.

    Which is why, of course the mainstream press isn’t talking about them.

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    • 168
      Nigel for PM says:

      Referendum, and smoking back in pubs.

      That is what the people most likely want first and foremost.

      Good and significant win yesterday in Runnymede.

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    • 169
      Storm clouds over Camoron says:

      Camoron had his chance, his controllers seem to still be directing him to oblivion , maybe the Cons will get rid of the yellow streak and kick him out, if he’s still about by June, I reckon the Cons will become just like the Lib craps out of office for at least 5 generations, it really doesn’t matter about Liebour as they take their orders from rumpy pumpy and the 27 thieves.

      Like

    • 186
      Fishy says:

      Crikey. A load of UKIP supporters turn up all of a sudden.

      They must have just got home from the Bingo.

      Like

  47. 163
    Blowing Whistles says:

    The Irony upon Huhne & Pryce is not over yet because I have been back reading his drivel.

    And what I have discovered is “Pryceless”.

    Like

    • 212
      'Gypsy' Dave Cooper says:

      “Pryceless”

      Oh I get it, brilliant!

      Twat.

      Like

      • 236
        Blowing Whistles says:

        I hope a Polar Bear comes and eats you up – you plonker.

        Like

        • 247
          Not Blowing Whistles says:

          Are you onto the Law Firm Grundy in Toronto who works in the building that is HQ to the bank that primarily enabled Enron ?

          Or, something a little more recent ?

          Like

  48. 166
    Saffron says:

    As we are now seeing ukip on the rise why are these three asshole parties not seeing which way the wind is blowing.
    Limpdumbs you are finished,liebour tell me what your policies are and cammoron you also tell me as to if you are a conservative or not,and also tell me if you have a backbone or not mr jellyman.
    This country needs strong english leadership and you cammoron are wide of the mark.
    In fact this country is now in crisis based on what leadership assholes has been in control,all of you should be accused of treason against this country.
    What an absolute pity we don’t have a cromwell right now to put an end to this fiasco of absolute crap.

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    • 170
      David Cameron says:

      “also tell me if you have a backbone or not mr jellyman”

      I am happy to report that I do not.

      Pip pip and Tally Ho!

      Like

      • 194
        rebekah aka nellnewman says:

        More of a backbone than cleggie and militwit who are kowtowing to hacked off.

        At least cameron is saying if they win the westminster vote on monday to shut down the freedom of the press he will defend it in 2015 election.

        Like

        • 198
          Tachybaptus says:

          And do you believe anything he says? I don’t.

          Like

          • rebekah aka nellnewman says:

            Difficult decision tachybaptus –

            do we believe militwit and cleggie

            or do we believe cameron?

            The latter is a better bet. Not a good bet just a better one.

            Like

        • 241
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Nell – Grow up you are being duped into thinking that you ‘HAVE TO’ go for one or t ‘other … that’s the trick upon the general public – when neither are are of any truth – they are BOTH (SIDES) playing up a trick upon – THE PUBLIC and CONTRARY to THE PUBLIC INTEREST.

          FFS Wake F#ing up.

          Like

    • 242
      Jimmy says:

      “This country needs strong english leadership and you cammoron are wide of the mark.”

      So we’re looking for someone strong and nationally minded?

      That always ends well.

      Like

      • 266
        Tachybaptus says:

        How long, under the rule of either Cameron’s gibbering ninnies or Miliband’s sinister goons, before we reach the national collapse in which such a person is bound to emerge?

        Like

    • 264
      Ol' Crummy says:

      Know ye this, that I shall consider returning as Lord Protector, but only upon one condition– this time, no more Mr Nice Guy!

      Like

  49. 174
    Fly pit says:

    If I was a needy African kid and one of those Beeb luvvies arrived to patronise me, I’d feign death until the fuckers went away again

    Like

    • 199
      Ex-Labour voter says:

      I loved the way the celebrity Beeboid mongs said, without any hint of irony “This is the 25th Comic Relief” and “look at this poverty in Africa! We need to throw lots of money at Africa!”

      Yep. Because throwing lots of money at Africa for the last 25 years has been such a resounding fucking success.

      Meanwhile, on the other side of the planet, there’s China, which we haven’t been throwing money at. 25 years ago they were poverty-stricken nobodies, we gave them nothing, now they’re the economic powerhouse that’s taking over the world.

      Moral of the story: it ain’t aid that solves the problem, it’s the mentality of the recipient.

      Like

  50. 178
    Lord Chilcot says:

    Scribble scribble – just a few more years lads..won’t be long now..scribble scribble…

    Like

  51. 180
    Blowing Whistles says:

    EU flag burnings are being organised and perhaps not just in the UK.

    Like

    • 193
      rebekah aka nellnewman says:

      Why on earth would one bother – eu flag = worthless piece of kit.

      Like

      • 201
        How to make important political points says:

        The flag is a symbol of the EU political order.

        This order is now broadly regarded as oppressive and a tyranny.

        The least offensive and most effective way for people to express their rejection of the EU is by burning its symbols: In this case the flag.

        If you look at any protest against oppressive agents around the world you will find the same thing. In Germany and certain other European countries, the banning of certain historic flags is a reverse case.

        Symbols concentrate and represent power. Expressing protest symbolically projects powerful messages. And this also represents the final line in the sand before the more permanent aspects of what the symbol represents are targeted.

        Sounds wishy-washy, but burning a flag is a simple way of focusing a groups feeling, expressing a groups view and delivering a message to those who should listen.

        In the case of the EU, that point can be reinforced by reminding people to only urinate on the flag if it is not on fire.

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        • 206
          rebekah aka nellnewman says:

          I think it is not the eu flag that they should be burning but the german one .

          It is germany and merkel who are trying to achieve with economic poverty, the oppression of southern and eastern europe, that germany failed to achieve in the 1940’s.

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          • How to make important political points says:

            You could burn the German one if you feel strongly about Germany.

            However, the EU is the supranational institution which is causing the oppressing and not Germany. Am ignoring the proxy issues of German influence, but if you speak to many Germans you will find that they are not so keen on the EU either now they have figured out that it is going to degrade their standard of living.

            Like

          • EU Watch says:

            @nell: You are not completely off the mark:

            http://www.neurope.eu/article/german-push-dominate-eu-institutions

            But Merkel may be on borrowed time.

            Like

        • 208
          BEU projects are the biggest scam on the planet says:

          The EU flag has taken over the Land West of Exeter and the locals are brainwashed into thinking that it is the EU who is giving the money to fund the useless projects all around them.

          Very few of them realise that it is actually their taxes that have been collected by the UK government, sent to Brussels, redisdtributed back to the UK and doled out in regional aid as a “gift from the EU”. Even fewer realise that the distribution costs of this dosh from their pockets and back to their area is diluted 50% by all the overhead costs.

          Like

          • How to make important political points says:

            Just deface any symbols depicting the flag.

            Doing this on the public information boards is a good way of expressing opinion. Or, perhaps petition to have the boards removed.

            Simples.

            Like

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            The Overhead costs being – the pay-offs for the Kinnocks and Mandlebumbandits.

            Like

    • 196
      Storm clouds over Camoron says:

      If you only look or read the British media, you would only think the the EU is full of contented Europeans going about their business and welcoming immigrants from the rest of the world, can’t wait until next year and hopefully Scotland gets it’s “freedom”.

      Like

      • 205
        Ex-Labour voter says:

        The BBC regularly trots out the line “of course everyone agrees diversity is good” (ie lots of people who can’t speak English living in England) and “most immigrants have been wonderful”, then they run stories about “high youth unemployment”, “housing shortages”, “not enough school places due to high birth rate” and “long hospital waiting lists.”

        Yeah, no fucking shit, BBC.

        The Beeboid mongs never quite make the connection.

        Like

        • 246
          Blowing Whistles says:

          I listened to that ‘Vegetable’ Victoria Derbyshire on R5 for some 20 mins of friday am – she was being prompted by the bbc shysters in her ear to – NOT MENTION the issue of the scum coming from Europe pretty soon.

          She’s a fucking moron VEGETABLE – CONTROLLED BY MORONIC BBC IN-HOUSE FUCKING SHYSTERS.

          Like

  52. 182
    Next. The Daily Mail should be next. says:

    The Daily ‘Fail’ Mail should be investigated next! Our Press is a money grubbing disgrace and fit for nothing!

    Like

  53. 189
    Steff Annie says:

    Do you like my boots?

    Like

  54. 191
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    The big issue of the day is that militwit and cleggie want to end the freedom of the press.

    These leftwingers, like stalin, want the power to do what they want, like defrauding the taxpayer, without us knowing about it.

    I suspect ralph militwit is yelling support from his grave. This is exactly what his dad fought alongside stalin for.

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    • 200
      Storm clouds over Camoron says:

      You wait until Liebour get back in again in 2015, first up, the “ID Card”, more cameras, high taxes, walk into your house, without any warrants, drones flying overhead seeing if you have missed out something you should have reported, then within 2 years rioting. .

      Like

      • 207
        rebekah aka nellnewman says:

        Not gonna happen. This is the UK!!

        However if militwit gets in in 2015 alongside bullyballs as his chancellor – it will finish labour for generations and maybe for good.

        So maybe it would be a short term pain for a long term gain and a good thing?!

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      • 210
        Ex-Labour voter says:

        Yup. I’m waiting for them to insist we have to have our webcams on 24/7 so they can see what we’re eating, and ensure we’re exercising in our own homes. Then, due to the power station closures, they’ll be insisting we turn off our lights and go to bed at 22:00.

        And, of course, Miliband wants to have editorial control of our newspapers. So we can all have a subscription to Pravda. Or the Guardian.

        And the dork’s already wanking himself silly over the thought of monitoring our web-browsing habits.

        2 years for the riots is about right.

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    • 213
      Who let the Children out? says:

      It’s not even that Nell, they just want to score political points and could not give a shit about freedom of speech. They are mere boys and boys without principle, integrity or patriotism

      Like

    • 248
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Do you think for one minute that Camoron is any different from ED & Cleggy – think you silly cow?

      Like

  55. 197
    Smash the BBC/EU conspiracy says:

    FFS!
    Wall to wall Popery again on NN!
    Don’t they know no one is interested?
    Oh, wait – they don’t give two f*cks for what the majority want.

    Like

  56. 203
    Badly treated? I think Not but Leveson has rewritten History says:

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  57. 209
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Leveson has not so much rewritten history as deliberately misinterpreted it from a leftwing point of view!

    I almost suspect he got a backhander from some of the wealthier hacked off members!!

    Like

  58. 214
    EU Watch says:

    Those familiar with the Demmink situation will understand another angle on this obvious perversion of the family unit:

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    • 256
      Anonymous says:

      Episode 5 of “The Dumping Ground” first broadcast on the BBC kids channel CBBC on the 25th Jan 2012. Number of viewers = 631,000

      Summary

      “Mike had found Gus foster parents (a lesbian couple called Ronnie and Dawn). Gus can’t decide what to do. Arguments break out in the Dumping Ground regarding whether gay fostering should be permitted.Gus does eventually decide to be fostered and is not seen in the following episodes.”

      Did the BBC give any prior notice to parents that they would be broaching the topic of Lesbianism and gay fostering in this broadcast? Did they fuck. CBBC is a channel aimed at 4 to 12 year olds and they seem to think it is perfectly okay to be introducing such things to children. EVIL FUCKING SCUM. I have no problem with homosexuality but I do have a big problem with the fucking BBC thinking they can dictate as to when kids are introduced to such concepts.

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  59. 215
    Over 2 U says:

    I’m sure the Sun would have come up with a more succinct headline than this…

    Penis-snatching’ city crime wave spreads to remote village in Central Africa
    Reports of genital theft are common across West and Central Africa
    Previously ‘urban phenomenon’ has now spread to rural Tiringoulou
    U.S. academic learned of two reports in remote peanut-growing hamlet

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  60. 217
    A Tory on BBC2 Review Show says:

    This is a turn up for the books. There’s a Tory MP on The Review Show right now, where they’ll be discussing Ken Loach’s socialism documentary This Is 45 shortly. Should be a laugh.

    Like

  61. 225
    !ran Watch says:

    Things are getting moving with pipelines through to Pak!stan at long last:

    This could prompt some military action against !ran, as another poster has been hinting recently.

    But: Is one of the many ways in which wholesale gas prices are going to be brought down, except in UK where windmills are clearly the way forward.

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    • 254
      Blowing Whistles says:

      The US are rattling their Sabres against N Korea and now !ran – who’s pushing the ‘be afraid’ ‘trust your government to look after you’ MANTRA?

      You get one guess!

      Like

      • 261
        !ran Watch says:

        Well, other than one nation in the east med, there is Ch!na:

        Explains the odd Sky incident earlier: They really are on a war footing.

        Lots of reports that Ta!wan is ramping up with missile movements etc.

        My guess: They are going to make a move on Senkaku shortly. The news about the North / South K0rea thing: Many people do not realize that hostilities have not officially ceased on that border. There has been a state of war since 1954 when the armistice was signed.

        DPRK has claimed South K0rea has violated armistice terms since sanctions imposed this month. Under international law they are within their rights to continue hostilities which they appear to be doing.

        Elephant in the room: With all the assured destruction talk, Py0ngyang is not that far from Be!jing, and Ch!na has been quiet. Until now.

        The US cannot target DPRK, as they do not have international political support, and moreover, it is a very poor way to treat your main creditor.

        In any case, the As!an pivot is not complete yet, one reason things are moving fast. US cannot maintain position in Syr!a, take on !ran and deal with Ch!na / DPRK / J@pan conflict.

        In terms of saber rattling: 2 to 3 nuclear devices on 2 to 3 major US cities is all it would take to break the political will of the US people to continue. They have not forgotten that particular bit of cold war planning by their As!an foes.

        As for !ran, the pipeline construction will proceed. Russia may well end up providing cover for this. They would prefer the pipelines from South pars to run East rather than West. !nd!a has held back on involvement under US pressure, but as a major customer they will get involved again soon.

        If a war starts it will be to ensure that the price of gas stays high enough to make US fracking viable, and after that preserve a reasonable US export market for LNG.

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        • 285
          damned impertinent questions says:

          “2 to 3 nuclear devices on 2 to 3 major US cities is all it would take to break the political will of the US people to continue”

          Tripe.By the time the will was broken most enemies would be busy sweeping up the ashes. Never underestimate US Nationalism or determination to win

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  62. 226
    Ken Loach says:

    I pretend there have been cuts that have affected me. But I am a millionaire.

    Like

  63. 227
    Bonnie Greer says:

    I am a liar as well

    Like

  64. 232
    Clarence Mitchell says:

    How has it come about that a couple who went out on the booze every night leaving a 3 year old girl alone to babysit their baby twins are in charge of Labour and LibDem policy?

    Like

    • 257
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Probably because Gerry is ‘connected to a Labour Peer’ and rumours abound that perhaps one of the parents may indeed have killed the little girl by mistake – but thereafter attempted to cover it all up with huge lies?

      Like

      • 283
        Rhodies are best says:

        Interesting theory, but still fails to explain Gordon Brown’s intense interest in this case. Why so?

        Like

  65. 235
    A Tory on BBC2 Review Show says:

    Surprisingly, Chris Skidmore was allowed to freely air his views on the Loach film. He said “This isn’t a documentary, it’s propaganda”. Maureen Lipman also said Loach was wrong to demonise Mrs Thatcher.

    Like

  66. 238
    Jimmy says:

    Grauniad leads with 600 fresh hacking claims against NI. Can’t find it anywhere on the Sky News Twitter feed/

    Like

  67. 239
    Epic cinema says:

    If you want a late night, The Baader Meinhof Complex on bbc2 is a brilliant film depicting the leftie German militants. Shows them for what they were.

    Like

  68. 240
    Tyler Tvrdin says:

    Well that’s the all singing, all dancing crap of the BBC finished for a while. What a waste of time. Blaggin money from sheep.

    Like

  69. 243
    Casual Observer says:

    This is a very powerful message which should help attract some votes from core Labour to UKIP:

    http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/384043/Why-our-tradesmen-are-downing-tools

    Will be good to see more, and the government must have some official data on what effect mass immigration has had on the trades. This is also a major factor driving youth unemployment.

    Like

    • 270
      Alice says:

      One particularly appropriate point in the comments:
      “Labour is now the party of the posh middle class socialist, the welfare claimant and immigrant.”

      Like

    • 274
      S Knotwott-Iverd says:

      Happens I know someone who’s been trained as a plumber.
      His experience is that there’s no shortage of plumbers at all but there is a shortage of work. He knows others in the trade who are struggling to get by.

      Like

    • 277
      Anonymous says:

      I was a tradesman for 40 years until I had a Stroke, at which point I became a benefit scrounger. Don’t despair though because I will soon qualify for pension credit at which point I will no longer be a scrounger because it is means tested and my wife works full time so my benefit will reduce to zero. Luckily my wife and I managed to pay off our mortgage aroung the time of my Stroke and given the kids have left home we aim to downsize but that will mean moving out of the area. Now the wife will reach 60 towards the end of the year and would have been retiring if the goalposts had not been moved so we move to a new area, the wife is unlikely to find another job at her age. Result= We buy a nice 2 bed bungalow near the coast, the wife effectively retires at 60 and I become entitled to full pension credit plus additional benefits such as Council Tax, dental treatment etc. What a stupid fucking system but needs must and all that.

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  70. 249
    UK Watch says:

    Good high court decision today:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2013/mar/15/hs2-court-high-speed-rail

    Lesson in Spin 101:

    – Coalition hail it as success. 10 complaints out, only 1 upheld.

    But:

    The one upheld is tied to compensating people who are going to be affected by the rail route. Any Tory or Lib Dem MP in constituency where HS2 will run though, particularly in Chilterns, will be concerned. The sweetner of compensation has been judged unlawful.

    Hope the knife sharpening service is still open for business. 1922 may want to act by the end of the month, if not next week.

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    • 259
      Blowing Whistles says:

      LJ Ouseley is a fucking duplicitous, wanchor, liar and fraud and has been dead from the neck up for years.

      Like

    • 275
      Cameron's a conniving cunt says:

      Can’t we route H2S through Cameron’s house ?

      
      

      (at least one of them, anyway)

      Like

  71. 255
    EU Watch says:

    This is hilarious, and demonstrates another aspect of the failure of the EU:

    Like

    • 272
      Labourunionsbbc are one under the EU says:

      Just when the EUSSR agree to an eight billion pound ‘bail-out’ for banks and government failings.

      Like

  72. 271
    X Record company bloke says:

    Many in the music industry were well aware of Morgans antics before mobile phones tomfoolery. Undoubtedly that corrupt ridden man his hands all over phone hacking.

    Like

  73. 276
    Enough of your crap Cameron says:

    Where’s my fucking remote to turn that twat and his speech off?

    Like

  74. 278
    Displaced Brummie says:

    Now, what was it we were saying two years ago about Mirror hacks crowing a little too loudly?

    The Guardian and the Observer, give them another six months to a year and they’ll have collars felt, too…

    Like

  75. 279
    Jon Snow knows says:

    I’m Desperate to find out who the supergrass is Father ?

    Like


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