March 16th, 2013

Saturday Seven Up


135 Comments

  1. 1

    Who can we lynch this week before we are lynched Guido?

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  2. 2
    PC Dave the Spendthrift says:

    Another week done and Albert still hasn’t pulled the lever.

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      One-term Dave, dragging the Tories to their grave, says:

      What utter bally nonsense! “It is impossible. I can’t walk properly, I can’t stand, I can’t pick things up, I get dizzy with the brain tumour and I’m blind in one eye and deaf in both ears. It is depressing. What am I going to do,” she said. Well get a job, of course! I can’t have horrid little malingerers like her hanging around, I need her in work, paying taxes, so I can take those taxes and piss them away on foreign aid and EU membership, what what what.

      This skiving pleb should buck up her ideas. £11billion of foreign aid each year doesn’t grow on trees, you know.

      Toodle pip!

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      • 13
        Gordon Brown lurking in the shadows. says:

        Sacrilege! Of course it grows on trees.

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        • 14
          Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

          Saying money doesn’t grow on trees to a socialist is like saying there is no God to a Catholic or no Allah to a Muslim.

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          • Ed Balls says:

            Money = Debt, Debt = Money

            
            

            Borrowing more is the way to go.

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          • the politics of envy says:

            ‘Money’ should bear some relation to the amount of time and energy involved in creating it, not necessarily at the individual level but at the corporate level. That some few individuals seem to have acquired wealth ‘unfairly’ is largely irrelevant. Lefties just don’t seem to understand this basic law.

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      • 34
        Anonymous says:

        We will canada Camerons quislings.

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      • 44
        Anne D.Burnbum says:

        Could of been worse.Could of been one of the 1200 needless old and vulnerable deaths in Mid Staffs who died on Labours watch.Many more to come out soon.

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    • 53
      UK Watch says:

      Perhaps she could get a job manning the search lights at the camps which need to be built for the immigrants who are otherwise taking the jobs.

      Time to get properly tough.

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    Pope Francis the Unlucky says:

    For the love of God, I only just got the gig and some idiot Cardinal gives the game away.

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    Maybe Dave works for the Labour Party? says:

    “David Cameron ‘going out of his way to upset party supporters’, says Fleet Street veteran”

    “The 52-year-old, who came second at last week’s Press Awards in the Political Journalist of the Year category, said: “There was warm applause and loud claps when I said, ‘Why does he (Cameron) go out of his way to upset people in the party? He goes out of his way to alienate his own supporters’.”

    http://www.hamhigh.co.uk/news/david_cameron_going_out_of_his_way_to_upset_party_supporters_says_fleet_street_veteran_1_1977188

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    • 40

      Oh do shut up Andrew

      We know that any ideas you have are taken from Guido s blog

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    • 131
      Ed Miliband says:

      Polling shows Cameron is more popular than his party. As an enormous twat, I am less popular than mine. Perhaps you should concentrate on replacing me, rather than trolling about the PM?

      Just a thought.

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    Old England says:

    Taffy,the way England played their last match,i reckon you could be favourites
    for todays’ match…Anyway,hope the teams play proper rugby,and its a good
    spectacle,win or lose..Goodluck taff….

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    • 122
      Old England says:

      “Congratulations to Wales,best team by far”,.That should keep you going Taffy….
      (@&%%%**@)ft…

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  7. 11
    R Swiper says:

    Ed Miliband’s missing Red Nose discovered 6 inches up Hugh Grant’s back passage.

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  8. 12
    bruce middevvon districked cownsil says:

    unnackowntabel yeerz ov soschlist edyoucasian av tort me azyans shood nevver be punched ownly hiddyesly whyte nonimigruntz

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  9. 15
    the British Prime Minister says:

    I have a little money bush
    I tend it every day
    and then when it does bear fruit
    I give it all away

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  10. 16
    ONE TERM DAVE WORST PM IN HISTORY says:

    I say there must be some mistake What
    It appears we are going to award one of those troop fellows with a Victoria Cross
    We usually charge them with murder , torcher and illegal fire arms possession

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    • 36
      Former Regular Poster says:

      Cameron isn’t the worst PM ever, that allocade is Gordon Brown’s.

      He isn’t even the worst Tory PM, that was traitor Heath. But granted, he is up there, near the worst ever. Perhaps Miliband will clinch the honour when he becomes PM?

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        If you think it's bad now just wait until Labour get back in !!! says:

        Brown without a doubt was the worse PM of the 21st Century.The classic case of someone who was perceived to be an outstanding(?) PM in waiting by the media(let’s never forget how sycophantic the press were in the years 1997 – 2007 in regard to Brown’s prowess as the “best” Chancellor of the Exchequer the country had ever had in modern times….whilst all the time he was busy fucking up the economy) and who would shine when elevated to the Premiership and just like Eden who was for many years tipped as a future outstanding PM came to grief as soon as they entered No10

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        • 124
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Thus the ‘Free Press’ have been telling & selling us porkie pies for decades.

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    TRIPLE DIPPY DAVE and his LOONEY CHUM GEORGE says:

    I say what ! Great news from my EU Chums we have managed to bail out Cyprus with another huge chunk of cash from you British tax payers
    Watch out for all those pot hole what !
    Now where did i leave that sprog ?

    Toodlie pippy

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    • 93
      Anne D.Burnbum says:

      Wot wot old man.Shame gordon flogged the gold stuff at a knock down price.What a financial genius he was.Ed adored him.x

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    R Swiper says:

    Oh, did you get let off football practice by teacher this morning Owen?

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    • 45
      Fishy says:

      After his going over by Hodges yesterday, it’s a wonder that our pre-pubescent class warrior isn’t still in his bedroom refusing to come out

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      • 77
        Tay King-dePisse says:

        That would be Dan Hodges doing the roughing-up, and whose column of yesterday was noted in a Tweet by Tom Watson for its citing of Orwell’s famous closing lines of Animal Farm about how the Pigs had become indistinguishable from the Men– I shit thee not.

        Just aside from Fat Bastard calling attention to Orwellianism generally, to call attention to a column in which the concept of a pig walking and talking like a man is referenced, shows a pretty singular lack of irony on the part of that tub of slime. Does our “Thomas the ‘Rank’ Engine” even CARE how stupid he seems, to the average person who has more than a handful of operational brain cells? Guess not.

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    The Old Fella says:

    How about this one NoW, things are coming to light about from a wistleblower concerning the rag, I wonder why all that Mirror stuff was coming to light, someone was lighting a diversionary fire, your new master is not going to be too pleased. http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2013/mar/15/phone-hacking-murdoch-news-world

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      Rusbridger's sewer says:

      It’s the Guardian wot should be looked at. They published many stories that could only have come from informants from within the police. But because they are Guardianistas they believe that is their right.

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      • 30
        The Old Fella says:

        Have you read the article ducky, guess not, the old Tit and Bum for you I suppose or Geedo’s old rag the Star. These papers have all been at it but NI and Mirror Group seem to have over the top, why have none of them been done for bribing police, public officials etc the bribed ones are the only that have been bought to justice.

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        • 39

          Be a little patient

          We will start with Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson

          There will then be a series of trials of dozens of other criminal journelists

          Murdoch and his family will noe escape either

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          • The Old Fella says:

            The Murdochs have got US citizenship now, the Yanks do not pass criminals on to other countries to be tried, unlike this daft country which passes on to US to be tried

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            To Old fella – something to ponder Washington DC. The DC could well be called a District Council – controlled by the City Of London Corporation. Some would say ‘conspiracy theory’ – but it’s worth researching. And the Bar Council – well … they operate all over the world from the Inns At the Temple – in …. wait for it The City of London.

            And who runs all the Indemnifying Insuran.ce / underwriting for the Law Society …?

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        Anne D.Burnbum says:

        Wait till a few of the sacked granuad spill the beans when offered positions at the diggers rags.x

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        • 109
          The Old Fella says:

          Now why would a jurno on the Guardian try to get a job on those rags, not every one is a Jamieson

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    does the young gentleman take lemon with his tea? says:

    How come the three main party leaders are just young boys and wet behind the ears?

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    • 31
      The Old Fella says:

      It’s the young man culture, imported from the US 40 years ago, Cams is now well into middle age but he maybe still “wet behind the ears”

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  15. 26
    Ed Moribund says:

    When I visit here I’m told I’m a unique visitor.
    I prefer the term, ‘special’.

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    • 48
      Paniagua Solo says:

      As in needs

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    • 52
      Olda Bruvva David (Even More) Moribund says:

      Awww, bless. You ARE our special boy, and that’s why we want to take care of you, before you hurt yourself. We KNOW you’d like to play like some of the other boys do, but you can’t, and I’m sorry, there it is, but it’s true. But then, they don’t like to do many of the things you like to do, Eddie. Everybody’s beautiful in their own way, as the song said when you and I were growing up. It’s not your fault you’re like you are. Now just go off and play on your own, there’s a good chap, and leave the politics and stuff to me, the one who is better suited for it…

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    Hugh says:

    Four gay weddings and Dave’s funeral.

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    Fishy says:

    Death Camp Commandant Burnham was on the Toady show his morning, twisting and turning in the graves of 1200 people trying to justify his inaction over the Stafford atrocity.

    To hear him speak, you’d think that he was trying to justify some sort of office maladministration, why some paperwork wasn’t in order, and of course he tries to blame the Tories for the mess the NHS was in…and other people – it wasn’t him. He thick bastard just doesn’t get it…it’s the NHS in his simple Marxist ideology that is more important than the patients. This on the day when a new report says that the failure of Ministers to act is likely to have cost 20,000 lives.

    No apology from Burnham, no hint of remorse, it was always someone else. This was an appalling interview. This c.unt has nothing to say on Health and no right to be in the job he is. He should be sacked and Muddleband needs to personally account for why he appointed him.

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    • 49
      genghiz the kahn says:

      “More than 20,000 hospital deaths could have been prevented if warnings about high mortality rates had been acted on quickly, a government adviser has said.

      Professor Sir Brian Jarman has accused ministers and officials of ignoring data on high death rates for a decade.”

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-21811368

      Why is Labour so keen to shout hacking all the time? Which Ministers, which Civil Servants sat on the date?

      12x the no of deaths at Hillsborough but Burnham tries to ignore Labour’s role.

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      • 74
        albacore says:

        Ah, c’mon, now, do try to get with the plot
        Excellence these days is just what we ain’t got
        Old Brits have been strictly consigned to the bin
        That’s why they’ve let all these smart immigrants in

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      • 76
        Anonymous says:

        Getting rid of old, white English people would suit the Lablabcon just fine I would imagine.

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    • 67
      Casual Observer says:

      Nuremberg denial.

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        Catty Comment (Ms) says:

        Why did he not just say that he was following orders from his superiors to hit completely loony and unattainable targets? It is not only politicians who ordered this callous idiocy need to be sacked and prosecuted – so should all those in the NHS ministry and the hospitals concerned who blindly followed it without taking proper action to have the problems highlighted. Gross negligence would seem to fit the bill nicely.

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    A Victim says:

    I AM A VICTIM OF THE PRESS.

    Why did they (the press) not warn me that watching Hugh Grant is torture and Alan Partridge is not the slightest bit funny? I also feel that the press should have told me that going out on the piss every night and leaving the children alone in bed is not a good idea. And as for N@zi themed orgies, just what are they thinking of?

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    Anne D.Burnbum says:

    I had such an easy ride this morning on the Today prog.Looks like im in the clear.1200 deaths on labours watch and not a single person reprimanded.Shame it never happened under Camoron.Knowing him i bet he will start a police investigation 6 months before the election.Thats what labour would do.x

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    • 51
      Hugh says:

      Hasn’t the score just gone up to at least 20,000?.

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      • 90
        Jimmy says:

        Any advance on 20,000?

        Righties love voodoo statistics.

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        • 95
          the magic money tree says:

          As opposed to voodoo economics eh Jimmy?

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          • Jimmy says:

            No

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          • Gordon the medicated says:

            Under Gordon Brown 200,000 new hospitals were opened
            300,000 schools
            400,000 sure start centres
            500,000 community health centres
            100,000,000 affordable homes
            300,000,000 new roads
            500,000,000 jobs created
            100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 happy citizens of the planet who love me!!!

            I SAVED YOU!!!
            I…..SAVED…..YOU !!!!!!

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          Anne D.Burnbum says:

          Sadly Jimmy the families of the of the 1200 that died on labours watch did’nt.They are dead people,not statistics.Milbum,Hewitt,Johnson and i should hang our heads in shame.

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          Hugh says:

          Never heard of:
          Professor Sir Brian Jarman, OBE, PhD, FRCP, FRCGP, FFPH, FMedSci. Emeritus Professor Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College, London.
          Do keep up.

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          • The Old Fella says:

            So, Hugh I have never heard of you, and haven’t heard of any big nobs in UKip except Farrage and the ex Con who moved to UKip

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          • Jimmy says:

            Indeed, and you will know from reading the Francis Report (which given the entirely genuine and in no way opportunistic concern for the NHS you all have I’m sure) you will know what a load of old bollocks these numbers are and why.

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    • 66
      Ed Moribund says:

      Tory cuts caused the deaths

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  20. 54
    Anonymous says:

    Well, after Monday it looks as though the job of exposing the rank behaviour of creeps like Grant, Coogan and Moseley will be left up to us guys. Bring it on!

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    • 56
      Hugh says:

      Looks like the dead tree press will be truly dead, the truth will have to out from bloggers, I’ve seen the future and nobody’s joking.

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  21. 55
    Eric Joyce says:

    There’s too many fucking Tories in here. I wanna nut someone. Ok, I admit it, I’m full of self loathing and want to die.

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    • 81
      Meg, Joyce's 20-Year-Old Former Intern and "Admirer," says:

      There there, Momma can make it all better for you, if you just let her…

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  22. 57
    Bubba Lova, Belmarsh says:

    Me and Cletus done gonna spit roast Chrissy. That’s right, boy! We gonna git medieval on yo ass!

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  23. 58
    EU Watch says:

    The Cyprus ‘bailout’ one hopes will get reversed tout suite.

    All depositors in Cyprus are subject to a levy directly on their savings.

    That is 6.75% for deposits $100k

    There is an additional 25% levy on interest.

    Additionally, non-institutional bond holders have effectively had their bonds defaulted on.

    The announcement was made late on a Friday, after banks had closed, and there is now a freeze on withdrawals.

    Greek branches of Cypriot banks are not affected by the withdrawal freeze, so if you hold money their it can still be got out.

    The problems with banking sector in Cyprus were not caused by Cyprus itself, but rather exposure to mainly bad Greek debt.

    It would have been better for Cyprus to follow !celand’s lead. It is likely they could not as they are trapped in the Euro.

    http://pawelmorski.wordpress.com/2013/03/16/cyprus-a-brutal-lesson-in-realpolitik-2/

    The real take away here is that in Europe your bank deposits are not safe.

    It would be advisable to withdraw funds down to minimum where a loss of up to 10% (40% was originally being asked for) is acceptable.

    In Cyprus, the only people who have preserved wealth are those who transferred their savings to secured storage. eg. Cash under mattress, or secured storage location.

    Money is no longer safe in a bank in Europe.

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  24. 59
    She's a, ahem, looker says:

    Vicky Pryce on arrival at prison.

    Warden: “Sorry, this is a women’s only prison. The men’s prison is down the road”.

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  25. 60
    Pope Beergoggles says:

    Give the Falklands back, you British usurpers. And bring me a boy to bugger.

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    The Vatican is a multi-billion dollar criminal operation says:

    We had the Nazi pope. Now we’ve got the Galtieri pope who colluded in kidnapping and torture and wants the Falkland Islands again. Take your papal vestiments and stick them where the sun don’t shine. But first you have to remove the 9 year old boy you’ve got there.

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  27. 62
    OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT says:

    “The Conservatives never been more up for the task of turning the country around” says Dave.

    Can this be the fucker that is doubling the National Debt to £1.5 TRILLION

    Can this be the fucker who is legislating for Gay Marriage?

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    • 65
      If you think it's bad now just wait until Labour get back in !!! says:

      This is all rather like blaming the guy who is trying to clean up the shit left behind in the stable and not the horse that created it in the first place

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      • 69
        Dave needs a one track mind says:

        And Gordon’s shit does stink.

        But I do wish Dave would get on with the job of disinfecting the Country from Gordon’s mess rather than get distracted with Gay weddings and funeral taxes.

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      • 72
        The tit in no. 10 says:

        I fancy myself in the 4 o’clock at Cheltenham.

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      • 82
        One policy state says:

        I’m voting Liblabcon cos I don’t want the Conlablib to get in.

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      • 112
        The Old Fella says:

        If you own a horse you are obliged to muck out or possibly get one’s minion to do it for you, if you are not prepared to do that, don’t own a horse

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    lock up the press! says:

    Hoho….. twitter.com/JamesRider3/st…— James Rider (@JamesRider3) March 16, 2013

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  29. 68
    Euro Scam Mk III says:

    Seems to me the moral of the Cyprus Euro robbery is to hold gold rather than tacky paper money.

    The Icelanders are laughing all the way to the Icelandic bank ever since Gordon declared them terrorists.

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    • 87
      EU Watch says:

      Word is that most of the $ are headed to Latvia now.

      The lesson is not to hold cash in a bank.

      It is fundamentally amoral to confiscate savings in this way: It is theft.

      A final nail in the legitimacy of the Euro ?

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      • 126
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Correction there never has been any legitimacy in the Euro much less the EU. The audited accounts prove it.

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  30. 70
    Dave Cameron, Man of Iron and Equestrian says:

    I can’t believe anything I say.

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    • 73
      Trotsky Dave says:

      Like you said you would hold a EU referendum and like you didn’t say that you would introduce homosexual marriage?

      Incidentally (and I do not believe it is) not holding a referendum and destroying marriage are both EU official policies, the EU is run by communists and trots.

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    • 114
      The Old Fella says:

      Well Dave you are no Stalin, much harder metal

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  31. 71
    Pope Frankie Goes To Holywood says:

    Boys boys boys
    I’m looking for a good time!

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    And this man is an MP? says:

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    trampled underfoot says:

    £10 in from everyone. The winner is the closest guess to the total the McCann and Dowler name is (ab)used by politicians in the Commons on Monday.
    I’ll start with a measly 200.

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      Sir Humphrey Appleby says:

      While that would seem to be the case, Minister, there are those who would argue the proper term might, with greater justice, be called a “death spiral.” Of course, it is your choice which term you apply, and it is a political one which your constituents and the nation have reposed their confidence in you and your party to work out for the best interests of all. I live to serve, Minister.

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    Ed should hang his head in shame (and the BBC) says:

    So? It is just mindless shit stirring by young Ed playing on emotions and scaring ordinary folk. If someone needs an extra room all they have to do is tell the council why and they will get the allowance required. If they no not need the extra room then the taxpayer will NOT pay their rent for that extra room.

    It is simples and it is fair unless you live in Labour let’s frighten people land.

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  36. 84
    Mr Punch says:

    When can we expect Lord Justice Leveson’s investigation into the practices and ethics of the puppet show in Westminster ?

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  37. 85
    Labour do not want to govern says:

    Dave should have just cut the fucking lot.

    He and his ministers have jumped through hoops to try and make the cutbacks as fair as humanly possible but he should have realised that whatever he did to make them as fair as possible Labour would just stand on the sidelines throwing brickbats without the integrity and maturity to help.

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    • 89
      Mug politics says:

      It’s easy to govern when you are in Labour. You spend everyone else’s money with little care about paying it back because when people get fucked off and finally throw you out, you get the Tories, who take 5 years of shit, then the dumb electorate put Labour back in again to start the process all over.

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      • 92
        UK Watch says:

        You forgot about killing people on the NHS as well.

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      • 94
        Storm clouds over Camoron says:

        Liebour are the kings of the whitewash trade, if you listen to them spouting Liebour crap, you would believe they hadn’t been in power in the 1997/2010 reign of terror, if the braindead had any sanity they would steer clear of voting any of the LibLabCon in and look elsewhere.

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  38. 86
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    This is the argument for raising the cost of booze, if we would but see it.
    Our tender callow youth, like OJ, being corrupted by John Barleycorn!
    We can’t really stop ‘em, but we can make it more difficult for them!

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  39. 91
    EU Watch says:

    Cyrpus: ATM Fail. Clock ticking for riots ?

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    • 116
      The Old Fella says:

      From the way things are going it maybe happening to a bank near you

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      • 119

        Too true. Given the size of the UK economy vis a viz Cyprus, I suppose BoE’s Paul Tucker’s idea of Negative Interest Rates will pluck the goose as effectively as Cyprus’ confiscation but slower and less conspiciously.

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    • 130
      Ed Miliband says:

      Great idea! Let’s steal some money from savers and give it to borrowers!

      Hey, they don’t call me the biggest twat in Christendom for nothing!

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      • 133
        Bet Camus says:

        Peston has been fed a story about this Cyprus bailout saying it is only being done because the Cypriot Banks have been flooded with laundered money from Russia and this one off tax will someway rectify the matter .

        Well what exactly have the hardworking EU Regulators been up to over the last few years as Cyprus has been a EU member for a good few years now and someone somewhere approved their membership application .

        There seem to be quite a few wealthy Russians and other types floating around London so perhaps Sir Mervyn King will issue a clearly worded Press Release prior to market open that Money laundering regulations within the UK are being and have been strictly imposed since the Millennium .

        This matter is far more serious than a few people protesting because the Government is no longer going to pay all their rents and Council Tax or indeed theintellectual arguments at the heart of Leveson .

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  40. 96
    the Grim Reaper says:

    you are feeling sleepy
    Vote Labour
    you are feeling sleepy, sleepy

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    • 101
      Ed Moribund says:

      You are feeling sleepy…Vote Labour … you are feeling sleepy…..The conservatives are losers, voters..Dump them! …I travel the world and the seven seas … I am watching you through a camera! ….

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  41. 97
    Storm clouds over Camoron says:

    It’s the Libcraps who want that in, georgy porgy is doing what he’s best at, which is fook all.

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  42. 104
    EU Watch says:

    Good article from Hannan:

    http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/danielhannan/100099004/cyprus-cabinet-resigns-as-euro-crisis-spreads/

    Interesting to note that yields for !talian / Span!sh borrowing are now nearly back to where they were pre-bailout. That is ~6% for each. 7% they will be guaranteed default, but 6% is touch and go.

    In real terms this signifies: Policy fail.

    In Cyprus, as the Turkish Cypriot savers have been hit by the same levy, yet still remain broadly divided from Greek, especially on issue of Euro / EU membership, could the recent bail-in of 10% savings and junior bond holders be enough to trigger civil war ?

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    • 107
      Casual Observer says:

      There is even less reason now to remain in the EU:

      Lisbon Article 50 / Vote UKIP.

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  43. 120
    Left Watch says:

    Good to see the Socialist Workers out in force with a petition to “Stop the Tory Bedroom Tax”.

    Given (a) it’s not a Tory government and (b) it’s not a tax, it’s nice to know our socialist brethern are happy to lie to persue their agenda.

    Keep stirring up the class hatred guys!

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  44. 127
    Anonymous says:

    Well done Hugh grant. Even if the celebs are hiding behind genuine suffering this genuine suffering still took place. They must never be allowed to do this again. Tough firm independent regulation is what is needed, the gutter press really are filth.

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  45. 128
    Ed Miliband says:

    Can anybody imagine a bigger twat than me leading Labour? I sit atop the very pinnacle of twattery, the chief high twat who looks down upon you less twattish individuals like a … er, um, twat. Or something.

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  46. 132
    Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

    I have just found out right that Cobbetts one of the biggest firms of solicitors have gone into administration because they cannot pay their debts .

    I have also found out that the unsecured creditors are going to get a whole tuppence in the pound which some people will be pleased about.

    I think I would like to become an insolvency practitioner but public details of their fees are as hard to find as evidence of an English try at Cardiff Arms Park.

    Anyway Lloyds Tsb are down the tubes for 5.2 million and guess who owns involuntarily 41% of the shares ?

    Next enter stage right HMRC . They have managed to blow away 2.2 million of our money . The solicitors promised to pay them their employees tax money weekly but never kept their own promise .

    I do not know why they call it PAYE more like PIYL (pay if you like) or perhaps PIYFL .

    This whole thing stinks

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    Gordon the medicated says:

    [spoiler]stuff[/spoiler]

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Another Renewable Myth Goes Up in Smoke | Matt Ridley
Ed’s Problem is His Policies | Trevor Kavanagh
Ed’s Image is All He Has Going For Him | Boris
Labour a Risk to the Economy and Jobs Growth | Leo McKinstry
UKIP Will Make Miliband PM | Tele
Tories: Ruffley Critics are ‘Minority Feminist Groups’ | Buzzfeed
Harriet Harman Offers Less Than the Living Wage | Owen Bennett
Fallon’s Red Arrow Spin Unravels | Wings Over Scotland
What is the LibDems’ Problem With “The Jews” | Speccie
Image is the Least of Ed’s Worries | Speccie


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New Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has big ambitions in his first meeting with Benjamin Netanyahu today:

“I came to bring this conflict to an end.”



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