March 17th, 2013

Read Guido’s Column in The Sun Today

There are 24 political stories in the Sun today, including an exclusive revealing how Ed Balls is still wasting taxpayers’ money in opposition. Guido shares a page with an article on the budget from George Osborne, naturally Guido’s column is to the right of the Chancellor. In the column;

  • Treasury deputy Danny Alexander is getting his excuses in early.
  • Liam Fox to Brussels?
  • LibDem MEPs defy Clegg.
  • Red Ken isn’t so opposed to privatisation after all. Find out what he has in common with Dave: you’ll Harley believe it!
  • Seb Coe looks like he is running for office.
  • How Pickles left trade unionists shivering in the cold.
  • The MPs who went on a Jamaica junket as we shiver.
  • The not so independent inquiry into Rennard.
  • Who was Chuka Umunna’s red carpet date?

All for just 50p…


212 Comments

  1. 1

    For those co-conspirators interested in the facts of this massive scandal

    It is interesting to read the timeline of this

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/News_International_phone_hacking_scandal

    It is not surprising that Guido has been hired

    Most of the other Sun journalists seem to have been a r r e s t e d and/or charged!

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    • 8
      My Husband, My hero, My Zero says:

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      • 11
        Put up or shut up. says:

        Name them Sarah, then supply the quotes, then supply the corrections so that we can make our own minds up.

        PS Gordon ruined this country.

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        • 20
          Anonymous says:

          Guess which is wrong.

          1) Record number of people are on employment.
          2) Record number of people are on some form of benefits.
          3) Record number of people live in UK.
          4) Record number of people on part time jobs.
          5) Record amount of money is being borrowed by government.
          6) Record number of disable people live in UK.
          7) Record number of people cannot afford to heat their home.

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          • A LibLabCon eco mong says:

            “7) Record number of people cannot afford to heat their home.”

            Green taxes are great, aren’t they?

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          • MI5 says:

            And

            8) Record number of criminal journalists still operating in the UK

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          • A LibLabCon ecomóng says:

            “7) Record number of people cannot afford to heat their home.”

            Our ‘Green’ taxes are great, aren’t they?

            What? You thought it was only other people were going to have to pay them?

            Silly you!

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          • Anonymous says:

            Has to few more

            1) Record number of foreignness live in UK.
            2) Record amounts are given in foreign aid.
            3) Record number of people cannot afford transport.
            4) Record increase in cost of living.
            5) Record number of food banks operate in UK.
            6) Record number of people cannot afford decent food.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Or as Cameron and Osborne puts it “Never in the history of this country we had ….”

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          • Dave's fucking Windmills (made in Norway) says:

            I remember when this green leccy thing first started. Before it became a big subsidy rich man’s scam. The company that supplied our leccy offered a green tariff which was quite a bit more than an ordinary tariff but at least those who signed up could draw comfort from the fact that the electrons in their ring main were pushed along by a windmill. At the time I thought, who other than eco loons would pay for this, never once realising that I would be forced to in the future.

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          • Gordon McMuffin says:

            You ain’t seen me, right?

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          • But Don't fart or sweat says:

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      • 148
        amongymous says:

        Am I the only one who noticed that Labour never complained when almost every newspaper backed them and ridiculed the Conservatives on a daily basis? The Press change their opinions, some of them anyway, and suddenly Labour (because they bravely want to help the little people) start demanding state regulation of the Press. Why more people don’t see through them boggles the mind.

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      • 149
        Tess Moany ate my Pony says:

        There was nothing about horse DNA on the pack.

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      • 168
        Anonymous says:

        thankyu kind sir.

        mister zero.
        the disturbing truth is that our rulers fear the greatest physical zero known…from which comes out the newburn. the world is driven bythe fear of the v.a.g.i.na.
        in the nite of god for sure any ,ol hole i.e a zero, would do.
        the order is that all are equal.
        all ,oles are.
        .
        zero was the universe b4 there was nun.
        desire made it 1.

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      • 200
        Anonymous says:

        They should change the law so the corrections have to take up the exact same amount of space in the exact same place in the newspaper that the original story appeared.

        That would be awesome, the Scum would just be a rag then going on and on about everything they got wrong.

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    • 9
      Anonymous says:

      Mirror Group next! Hahahahahahahahaha…..

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  2. 2
    8illy's douche bag says:

    First!

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  3. 3
    Andy reads the Sun too says:

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    • 7
      Britain says:

      Fit in or fuck off

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        The rest of the civilised world says:

        +1

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          Residing in 96.97% white Merseyside says:

          Well he did try. All that cider, fags and floozies when he was younger.

          Just like a young Tory who, when he/she get older, tells everyone what they can and cannot do in their bedrooms.

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          • It's the Sun wot did it says:

            Tony Blair gets elected.

            We socialist thank the Sun for getting our great leader elected, do we not?

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      • 87
        Anonymous says:

        He might want you to “Fit in or fuck off”. According to some God gave them this country.

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        • 107
          Anonymous says:

          Yeah, that’s what some believe. You can believe anything you want I believe. You can even believe that Gordon Brown was the best Chancellor this country has ever had, phwhahahahahaha…

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          • Anonymous says:

            In case he lives off benefits why does government send him on a work programme, if he doesn’t stop benefits.

            Stopping or putting a limit on child benefits will help as this is one of the reason some have so many kids and flood this country.

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      • 143
        fiofoGOM says:

        Ditto…

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      • 172
        Realism is in short supply says:

        + a million

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    • 37
      UK Watch says:

      Am no fan of Anjem or his and his followers beliefs, but it is good that the Sun have published his side of the story. That makes for balanced reporting, more so than the BBC.

      Hate crimes are political crimes which should be struck from the statutes.

      From what he says in the article though it sounds like there has been a criminal conspiracy ongoing involving Dart and 2 others to commit acts of murder. That should be prosecuted.

      The ‘hate crimes’ though are an affront to free society even being described in such terms. There is no problem with hating something, as there should not be with loving either.

      Acting on those impulses, or planning to, and causing actual physical harm is what should not be tolerated. What people think is fine.

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      • 176
        Anonymous says:

        a. provoke.
        b. get disturbance.
        c. enjoy the drama.

        i.m.pulse. should regress.
        the war is between the one and the illusion.

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  4. 4
    Quiet Bat Person says:

    “UK to help troops hit by Cyprus levy”

    So what is Osborne’s game?

    Has he been told that UK troops will not be hit by the levy, and is making an announcement he knows he will not need to honour, just to look good?

    Or has he idiotically pre-empted the Cypriot Government, allowing them to levy our troop’s savings, knowing that the UK (taxpayer) will pick up the cost?

    Either way Osborne is looking like a bit of a shit.

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      Gideon needs to man up ASAP says:

      It is not the job of the UK government to financially reimburse its citizens ripped off by another state. It is the job of the British government to obtain from the offending State (The EU) all the monies robbed and to return it to those who it rightfully is.

      In other words the EURO ZONE should pay and not the UK taxpayer.

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      • 26
        With the full consent of Camoron, the rest of the EU says:

        Britain is our piggybank.

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      • 33
        Quiet Bat Person says:

        Quite. And if the Cypriot Government had not already decided whether UK troops would be ripped off, Gideon has given them the green light to do so by guaranteeing that the UK will pick up the tab.

        The fucking idiot.

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        • 42
          EU Watch says:

          The deal has not been passed by the Cyprus government yet, and the debate has been delayed to tomorrow:

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          • Quiet Bat Person says:

            The first reason the Cypriot President gives for these mesures is that they will save 8,000 Cypriot banking jobs.

            You couldn’t make it up.

            http://www.moi.gov.cy/moi/pio/pio.nsf/All/C7131DA40FCE0827C2257B30005411D5?Opendocument

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          • EU Watch says:

            The actual impact to the smaller savers is a lot more than 6.75%

            People are overlooking the 20-25% tax that is going to be levied on interest.

            Savings rate in Cyprus is 1%: So that takes the effective savings rate down to .75%.

            Cyprus CPI ~ 1.6%, so real deposit rates in Cyprus will be: -0.85%

            It is not worth keeping a savings account at those rates, however junior bond holders will receive a 100% haircut (loss) as they are to be fully bailed-in.

            Many in Cyprus switched their savings into bonds in order to get a +ve real rate of interest, and are set to lose all in this deal.

            Net: A depositor with < EUR 100k in Cyprus is set to lose ~7.6% on their deposits this year, variable upwards if inflation rises again. (Feb 2012, CPI in Cyprus was ~3.1%)

            Corporation tax is to be raised by 2.5% which will likely stimulate some price inflation as businesses pass on that cost.

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            The Cypriot Army has 12,000 troops, 75,000 reservists and 180 Main Battle Tanks (80 T-80′s and 100 AMX 30′s). It’s the wrong time of year to mount a coup in that part of the world, but…

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      • 105
        Anonymous says:

        Quite right @ 15. Deduct it from the next payment to the EU.

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      • 110
        Fishy says:

        Like Gordon did when he sent a gunboat to Iceland to demand all of our money back from the Icelandic banks. Said he had done so…but (surprise, surprise) lied.

        Add that to your list Frau Brown

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    • 40
      Screwed Taxpayer says:

      Pull all the troops out of Cyprus now. What is the point of them being there?

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      • 50
        EU Watch says:

        UNFICYP Peacekeeping between North and South: Operation TOSCA.

        Cyprus is also a very valuable strategic location for UK to maintain troop presence.

        Withdrawing troops should not be an option.

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        • 61
          The Squaddies says:

          It’s also a lot more fun than Aldershot or Catterick

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          • Joe Public says:

            Sorry mates. Anybody with any sense doesn’t join the Forces anymore to be at the beck and call of our corrupt posing politicians aka Blair, Camoron, and k weer Vague

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        • 66
          Screwed Taxpayer says:

          If the fucking Greek and Turkish Cypriots want to murder each other, let them get on with it.

          This LibLabCon paradise is rapidly going bank rupt. We cannot afford to keep posing as a major world power anymore, interfering in the internal affairs of foreign countries.

          Get out of Cyprus, Afghanistan etc.etc. NOW.

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          • Vino Collapso says:

            True. It’s not as if they helped our boys out keeping the peace in Ireland.

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          • Red sails says:

            The UN keeps the peace between N & S Cyprus not UK forces.

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          • Screwed Taxpayer says:

            Similarly. Give N.I. to Ireland. It costs us a fortune to subsidise the endless Prots v. Kaff Licks farce.

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          • Casual Observer says:

            I think some are missing the strategic aspect.

            Maintaining forces in Cyprus and Gibraltar give the UK the ability to control the Med if it needs to. Very useful if all hell breaks loose in Europe.

            Once the Oil / Gas is developed in the East Med, Cyprus becomes even more valuable to the UK as a military base.

            You lot are obviously brainwashed by the EU mongs or Russian. Reducing the ability of the UK to project power is not in the countries interest.

            Perhaps another aspect of the Cyprus ‘bailout deal’ is becoming apparent now ?

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          • Gibraltarian says:

            You are missing the point CO. Gibraltar is British, a lot more British than Tower Hamlets if the truth be admitted. Troops on Gibraltar are protecting BRITISH interests, BRITISH territory in one of the most if not THE MOST strategic points on the globe, unlike Cyprus.

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          • Fishy says:

            Yes but we can listen in on some quite interesting things from Cyprus

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          • Casual Observer says:

            And, the Russian’s would love to establish a base there: Why do you think so much Russian money in the system there and the offer of a Russian bailout ?

            Russia may lose Tartus (Syr!a) soon, and are desperate to get a port in Greece.

            They would like to get control of the East Med to prevent exploitation of oil / gas their. Those reserves will break Russian control of European energy markets.

            Earlier events in Alger!a are not disconnected.

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          • Anonymous says:

            project ….. is on the screen….
            project pawaar is what?
            donga. but there is wonga. so don’t be a monga?
            be a 4, 8 or a zero.
            but there isno purrrfectn.
            so humpypumpy. is all we.

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          • Long John Silver's parrot says:

            With thinking like that can we cancel those two non nuclear aircraft carriers ?

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        • 154
          Expat Geordie says:

          Sovereign Base Areas.

          Parts of the island of Cyprus are still British territory.

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    • 92
      Anonymous says:

      Most UK troops are broke and hasn’t got any money. Its in the middle of the money so they will be on o/d. As its one off, cost will be few hundred pounds.

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    • 113
      Magna Carta says:

      No taxation without representation.

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    • 185
      MB. says:

      Perhaps we are lucky that Gordon Broon never thought of taxing savings, let’s hope it is not giving Ed Balls ideas (not that he would admit it before the election).

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  5. 5
    Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

    Why don’t you ever quote my achievements in your Sunday Sun, Mr Fawkes, such as this article in my local News:

    http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/news/local/city-mp-s-joy-over-veteran-s-medal-victory-1-4907006

    A good bit of spin for me that they kindly placed for me, please ignore the remarks about me underneath the article. I myself have posted anonymously as ‘Milender.’

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  6. 6
    Kebab Time says:

    Will wait till online tomorrow.

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  7. 12

    I invented “light touch” regulation

    But it was not my fault that the Maximum Imbecile listened to me and Empty Ed
    Harvard trained “conomic advisers”

    And I am now using taxpayers money with cronies to transform my disastrous image

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/4845459/Labour-spends-taxpayers-money-PR-firm-ex-party-members.html

    I am a power crazed junky…

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  8. 14

    Is that called “Shapping”?

    And does your hero Dave use the white stuff instead of cider to Shap?

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  9. 15
    anon. says:

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    • 18
      PC Correctly says:

      And the Police? What did the police do?

      We all know very well what would have happened if they waz white.

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      • 49
        PC Dave, your caring P.M. says:

        This is all acceptable our multicultural politically correct paradise.

        In fact the Moosies should be encouraged in every way to practice their beliefs, especially their advanced understanding of the correct way to treat girls and women.

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        • 68
          V1le, vicious Labour ruined my Country says:

          I’m feeling really enriched reading about this, I’d feel even more enriched if they got on the next plane out.

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        • 156
          Expat Geordie says:

          I didn’t think that muzzies were allowed to have dogs on the grounds that they are “unclean”. As this bloke is clearly breaking the rules of the muzzie religion it is surely a requirement for any practicing muzzie to hand him over to the police.

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  10. 16
    Chuka loves it. The Chuka Groupies says:

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    • 19

      That was my last delivery, I will have you know…

      You can see by their plastic smiles…

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    • 24
      Sad so Sad says:

      Sad really. They are all plain Janes and will end up marrying some plain lefty soap dodger and the highlight of their lives will have been carrying Chuka’s bag with a day out to BBC Question Time their aspiration.

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      • 29
        Lord Pwescott of Mock Tudor Timbers says:

        They might have had the honour of feeling his mighty codger I think

        Before they sank into obscurity…

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    • 77
      Casual Observer says:

      Definition of low point in life:

      Being pictured by a fire-escape as part of a dead-end Labour campaign, and then having it chucked on Twitter and ridiculed.

      Liberal left ideology would credit them with points for trying, but deep down they know this why their lives are rubbish.

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    • 109
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      All three of those young women seem to have had enough food, it must be said; even the limping Arabic-looking gal is not particularly thin. Nothing approaching the level of a Diane Abbott, to be sure, but they do look as if a missed meal would do them no lasting harm.

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    • 130
      Any Mouse says:

      They are seriously ugly and dressed in stuff from a charity shop.

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      • 158
        Expat Geordie says:

        Don’t know about that. Could be tempted by the blonde bird next to Chucka. Then again, I’ve never been all that fussy – I’ve always gone for personality over looks.

        What am I saying? They’re lefties – they’ve got no personality!

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  11. 17

    Ooh Me Goolies

    WIll Rebekah and Charlie and Rupie save me again?

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    • 39
      Tony Blair (godfather to one of Murdoch's kids, filmed kissing Rebekah) says:

      Keep Rupe onside and he’ll do you proud.

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  12. 22

    Nothing like sending another discredited UK politician to brussels

    A worthy sucessor to Archbishop Mandelson of all the Dodges and Lizards

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    • 25
      Catherine Ashton hiding in her well stocked cupboard says:

      I am not a discredited UK politician

      I never even rose to the status of being a politician

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  13. 23
    Andy Burningbum says:

    Don’t worry, 0win, I’m sure you can get it treated discreetly on the NHS.

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    • 48
      Sir David Nicholson (unbelievably, still not sacked) says:

      By ‘treated’, you mean you want me to kill him? Okily-dokily!

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  14. 27
    Eric Joyce says:

    Hic.

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  15. 31
    Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

    The common denominator is the state governments of these governments that ENCOURAGED the banks to gamble. They even changed the law to make sure it happened. But the biggest single factor in destroying world economies is the EU and the Eurozone, which is bringing world trade down to its knees. That is not the fault of banks but corrupt politicians.

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    • 41
      MI5 says:

      The banks were encouraged to gamble – yes

      But they became criminal conspiracies

      http://rowans-blog.blogspot.fr/2013/02/why-are-banks-refusing-to-disclose.html

      And their criminal activities CONTINUE on a massive scale

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    • 70
      EU Watch says:

      Some of the politicians are corrupt, which enables them to be coerced.

      That corruption in the Eurozone is the cause of the downturn is false.

      Other nations which are fairing much better are more corrupt.

      The Eurozone is dragging down world trade as it is not stepping into the breach left open by the US.

      This is primarily a massive failure of policy. The principal failure was establishment of a monetary union absent fiscal / political union, combined with a deeply flawed attempt to forge a federal union with demos or constitution.

      Not corrupt politicians, just totally flawed ideology.

      Everyone involved in this is to blame.

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    • 203
      That Aside says:

      What a charming nick-name you have given yourself.

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    Pryceless says:

    Vicky Pryce has been moved to another prison. The warden at the first prison said “There was clearly an error in sending this prisoner to a women’s prison. He’s now been moved to the nearest men’s prison”.

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  17. 45
    Silent Bob says:
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      Fishy says:

      I see that there wasn’t as much silence as usual Bob.

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    • 139
      Rat's arse says:

      I agree SB. Balls is a complete and utter ‘tard. I did cringe, however, at your comment about McMental, – it was too sympathetic.

      Thanks for your insight.

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  18. 47
    The McCunts says:

    I have the utmost sympathy for the Dowlers. The McCanns, however, left their kids alone in a villa in a foreign country so they could go and get pissed and eat tapas. Donations from the public were spent on the purchase of a new plasma TV and mortgage payments. There’s a lot more to this sordid couple than we know. Hopefully the truth will emerge one day.

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    • 52
      Guilty as sin says:

      And hopefully we’ll find out where they buried their kid.

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      • 67
        tin foil hats an' that says:

        Er, so why did they kill her then? Just askin’

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        • 85
          Point of Information says:

          Even the police over there do not believe they killed her.

          Just covered up her death.

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          • tin foil hats an' that says:

            The cause of which was?

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          • Point of Information says:

            From the book / film the Portuguese investigating officer made on the case, she likely bashed her skull in / broke neck falling behind the sofa as she went to listen to her father who was chatting outside.

            That scenario is very credible, fits with the forensics, and is also a good example of why leaving young children unattended is a bad idea.

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          • Point of Information says:

            Oh, and they covered up the death as they panicked and were more worried about their own situation than that of their children.

            This aspect of their psychology is born out by the events on the night in question alone, as well as the way they reacted afterwards.

            Going against police advice in releasing photos early is a big no no in abduction cases as it will increase significantly the chance of the child being killed.

            One twist: In the time between the abduction report, and the car with trace DNA being hired, where was the body stored ? This implies third party involvement, unless they had identified already very good hiding place. The former is more credible.

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          • jemimah puddleduck QC says:

            M’lud, point of order. The prosecution persists in the dissemination of mere hearsay. I submit that this cannot continue until concrete evidence can be found for their case.

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          Only wonderin' says:

          By mistake…as doctors, they felt entitled to dose her up on some drug (Phenergan – sedating antihistamine?) so that she wouldn’t disturb their evening out and over did it on the dose. As both are doctors, their careers and lives would have been ruined if they had fessed up?

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          • jemimah puddleduck QC says:

            Mere hearsay M’lud; can the prosecution provide any concrete evidence to substantiate such a claim? I submit that they cannot.

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          • No evidence of abduction either.

            Circumstantial evidence points to MM dying in the apartment, by accident no doubt although the possibility of that accident being an overdose of sedative can’t be discounted.

            The McCann’s story just doesn’t hang together – never did.

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          • Vicky Pryce at Her Majesty's Pleasure says:

            Maybe Kate McCann could claim “Marital Coercion” ?

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          • Anonymous says:

            @Frank Fisher.

            So it works out about 50/50. Hang them!

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          • Anonymous says:

            hang em.
            length matter……….is orgasmic.
            to have yr fill.
            be full.fill and …here like beauty….qualitymatters. but so does the eye.
            there is eternal truth i.e how reality works i.e the rules of the game. whose game?….but then there is inequalitytoo as not all taste buds are the same,though superficially equal. some notes in a symphony are just more popular. we are all tastebuds in someone,s mouth. pump the taste out and hump the bliss.
            the whole game is zero in zero out. inflate.deflate.inflate.
            the cyclical 101. a one too many, but who said tberewas no fun 4 a 3sum. all dramaisaboutthetension ofthe 3sum. it us an undoubted thrill.

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    • 56
      Joe Public says:

      +++ 1. Quite agree

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    • 60
      Residing in 96.97% white Merseyside says:

      They are happy at first to get all the help and publicity from the press they can. But, when it backfires………………..

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      • 71
        MSM gagged, BBC very selective, Leveson dupped. says:

        +1.

        Far from being victims of the press, they (and Clarence Mitchell aka Gordon’s aid) used the press in their regular briefings from the Algarve. So much so were the press on their side that the press much to the frustration of ordinary people both in Portugal and the UK never once condemned them for leaving their kids alone while they went out on the piss every night.

        They did not become so called victims until the Portuguese plod made them official suspects and they did a runner from Portugal.

        It’s as if the Leveson enquiry operated in a parallel universe. Just goes to show that even with the internet and you tube history can still be rewritten.

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    • 119
      Where are Tony Blair's expenses says:

      Along with almost everyone else in the country I can have no comprehension about how the Dowler’s must feel about losing their daughter but to use them as a Tojan Horse to bring in Press Regulation is repugnent.

      The facts of the case are

      1. Millie Dowler was killed by a career criminal who should have been in jail already but for our liberal approach to law breaking

      2. Millie’s phone was hacked and as a result the NoW has closed down with hundreds of job losses. The Dowlers have been paid a 6 figure sum in compensation.

      3. The journalists responsible are being prosecuted under existing laws and will hopefully end up in jail. The question needs to be asked is to why the original investigation into hacking was called off when the evidence appears to be so overwhelming, what did Blair and Campbell have to do with it.

      4. Due to the incompetence of Surrey Police the man convicted of kiling Millie went on to kill at least two more women.

      5. It wasn’t the NoW who gave Bob Dowler a hard time in the witness box it was a scumbag QC.

      6. The NoW did not delete Millie Dowler’s messages, as suggested by the Guardian, they were deleted automatically by the mobile phone company.

      7. The Levenson enquiry was initiated in a panic by Cameron in response to the Guradian lie and gues what, put a lawyer in charge of an inquiry and the solution will involve more laws – simples.

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    • 155
      JonBenet Ramsey (who would be 22 years old now) says:

      “There’s a lot more to this sordid couple than we know. Hopefully the truth will emerge one day.”

      Don’t bet on it; MY parents– end of.
      (BTW, that Casey Anthony c-u-n-t, and HER parents, bear some watching, too.)

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      • 162
        Point of Information says:

        They are sociopaths.

        Not much can be done in the absence of hard forensics and independent eye witnesses.

        Like OJ though, they will not be off the radar. They will need to be squeaky clean with their tax returns from now on.

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        • 174
          Owen Jones says:

          How did I get dragged into this?
          Ohhhhh– the other OJ! Bit of a pisser last night, just now waking up; you’ll excuse me for being just a little slow on the draw, yeah?

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    • 202
      Class Interests says:

      Had this happened to a single-mum, on a council estate, how the press would would have attacked her. And yet, because it was the media-friendly middle-class McCanns, see how their friends in high places protected them. Just try questioning their account of events and see what happens?

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    Residing in 96.97% white Merseyside says:

    According to one blog some money raised by Red Nose Day goes to charities with a distinct political agenda like War on Want.

    Glad I’ve never donated. Well, how can I – I never watch it.

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    • 160
      Expat Geordie says:

      Working for a company with “Liverpool” in the title, you can’t get away from it. You are “encouraged” to take part and donate. I find that when the collection bucket approaches your area, running away and hiding in the bogs is usually the safest option as telling them where to go, as you safely could in the real world outside, is usually career suicide.

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    • 204
      Anonymous says:

      I never watch Red Nose Day because it just ain’t funny.

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  20. 54
    Britain is full up! says:

    BBC Big Questions talking on ‘is immigration good for Britain’ showing their total bias and distant for public opinion.

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    • 62
      Residing in 96.97% white Merseyside says:

      Blame the Tories. They were the ones who opened the floodgates back in the 1950′s and early 60′s.

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      • 163
        Expat Geordie says:

        1948 – Empire Windrush. I believe it was Labour in charge then.

        Anyway, the big difference was that in the 1940′s, 50′s and 60′s we had full employment and were crying out for workers – we asked them to come.

        In the 2000′s, with 6 million economically inactive and on benefits, we let in another 3 million to do the low paid, non-taxpaying jobs that our unemployed should have been doing.

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        • 187
          Residing in 96.97% white Merseyside says:

          Oh yes, didn’t Atlee say that everyone from our empire would be entitled to British citizenship? I suppose he didn’t expect any to take up his offer considering the austerity of the immediate post-war years.

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  21. 57
    Gordon is a Traitor says:

    Well it was Gordon wot signed the Lisbon treaty and told us it was just the same as the previous treaty. Now that was a Lie a whopping great lie.

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  22. 59
    Jack says:

    This gives true background to “the banks”

    http://rowans-blog.blogspot.fr/2013/02/the-corrupt-amoral-culture-at-heart-of.html

    Few people yet understand the deeply entrenched organised criminal nature of the current banking system

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  23. 63
    NEXT QUESTION says:

    So, what sneaky way are the Left going to find to muzzle the Internet?

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  24. 64
    Either a Brave or more likely Very Mad Decision by EU says:

    Another Euro-Crisis dawns on Monday(and probably a run on Cypriot Banks when they open on Tuesday after their Bank Holiday)Meanwhile Russia alledgedly has billions in Cypriot Banks

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  25. 78
    Mummy Jones says:

    Owen — Look at the state of your sheets again!

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  26. 79
    Storm clouds over Camoron says:

    Just come back from a car boot , thought I’d gone to live in Poland, can’t blame the Poles going where the money is but for every immigrant in this sad screwed up country there’s one less job for a British worker.

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    • 91
      Do The 'Math' says:

      Finite or Slowly Increasing Number of Jobs + Infinite Number of Imm*grants & Migr*nts = Permanent Employment Problem

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      • 99
        And it all started under a Tory Gov't says:

        As with many Indian communities around the world, Southall is dominated by Punjabis and Gujaratis. From North and West India respectively, these were the first groups from the sub-continent to emigrate.

        Close to Heathrow airport and with work available at a tyre factory and a bakery, Southall was a natural place for people to settle when they arrived.

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southall

        Southall is primarily a South Asian residential district, sometimes known as “Little India”. In 1950, the first group of South Asians arrived in Southall, reputedly recruited to work in a local factory owned by a former British Indian Army officer. This South Asian population grew, due to the closeness of expanding employment opportunities such as London Heathrow Airport.

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  27. 81
    Next candidate please says:

    Adam Afriye … Why did you come onto Brillo’s show and destroy your own hopes of ever becoming Tory leader? Your evasion and smarminess turned me right off immediately.
    Fuck off, you are as shit as Cameron.

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    • 93
      Casual Observer says:

      You thought he was a serious candidate ?

      He was the opening confuser to get the ball rolling. Has zero real leadership credentials, but is a very good dagger in the hands of some.

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    • 141
      Ray Cyst. says:

      He’s a blackie, just like Chuck-up.
      What are these people doing here?
      Why do we put up with it.
      Keep Britain White.

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  28. 84
    Harriet's username was Harriet and her password was Harman says:

    Comedy fans. Harman is on Brillo’s show right now. No doubt she’ll make some hilarious comments in her own inimitable style.

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    • 96
      Labour and Opportunism says:

      She struggled to make the case for what Labour is proposing as Brillo totally demolished her by pointing out that everything she was concerned about is already covered by criminal law.The only things she managed to convey was that she wished distance herself and Labour from “Hacked Off” at the speed of light although “Brillo” came out with the classic by asking her what the position of”Hugh Grant’s Labour Party” was regarding Press Freedom

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      • 121
        Fishy says:

        She was on Murghanan earlier. He completely failed to ask her about the Hacked Off pressure on Labour or their secret meetings with Miliband. She was allowed to ramble on unchallenged. Astonishing.

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    • 142
      Ray Cyst. says:

      Ugly mong she is and no doubt the possessor of a seriously hairy twat.

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  29. 86
    Ed Goeballs says:

    Ve vill ban free speech! You vill read the news that ve approve!

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    • 103
      Storm clouds over Camoron says:

      Thought that was already happening, newspapers and tv in this country banned free speech the moment Liebour got voted in, in the 1997/2010 reign of terror and these tossers in charge of the asylum have just carried on, must be a secret EUSSR order.

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      • 191
        Residing in 96.97% white Merseyside says:

        You forget the reign of terror in 1979-1997. Closing down TV franchises, muzzling the ‘RA and SF, Nasty Party MP’s demanding C4 be taken off air, Mary Whitehouse etc.

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  30. 90
    Harriet's username was Harriet and her password was Harman says:

    Brillo exposing Harriet’s hypocrisy. He just called Labour “the political wing of Hugh Grant”. :-D

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    • 104
      Bless their pointy little heads says:

      How many have defected to the Hugh Grant Party?.

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      • 128
        Glenda Jackson says:

        Labour seem to have had a penchant for millionaire actors and acting dynasties over the years!

        Maybe it’s cos we’re all luvvies!

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  31. 95
    Harriet's username was Harriet and her password was Harman says:

    Ha ha! The end of the interview with Harman was a gem. He thanked her and she just frowned and didn’t say anything. Clearly didn’t like him calling Labour the political wing of Hugh Grant.

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  32. 102
    BEGGORAH'S CRAIC says:

    A professor who chaired a committee that recommended a 1.5% increase in military pay has been told his contract will not be renewed that would be the few remaining troops Dave hasn’t put on the dole

    “We are all in this together ” MY ARSE !

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    • 112
      Think about it. says:

      The professor missed the point that WE ARE ALL in this together including our troops.

      By the way our armed forces are not highly paid but they are well paid and no one joins up to get rich.

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      • 125
        NO ! you think about it says:

        So cutting pay of waiters and kitchen staff , so as to keep the food subsidies in the house of lords is also acceptable in your eyes . Even though the Fat Fucks get £300 a day just to turn up for a sleep
        Dream on !

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    • 145
      Fondlebum (lord of the undone flies) says:

      You can be in my arse any old time.

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    • 167
      Expat Geordie says:

      I wonder what they are asying about it on AARSE?

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  33. 108
    Hermann von Rentboy says:

    EU citizens welcome the opportunity to donate their savings so that bankers, bureaucrats and bent politicians can live in the style to which they’ve become accustomed.

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  34. 132
    Chris Huhne at Her Majesty's Pleasure says:

    Why do adverts for anal dildo’s keep appearing on this site?

    Like

  35. 135
    Takis Tenpercentomi says:

    As a Cypriot politician I had the foresight to move my money out of Cyprus last week.

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  36. 137
    Aphrodite says:

    I wish I’d blown ashore somewhere else.

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  37. 165
    Starky says:

    I always thought the ECHR and Human Rights bullshit was a weapon of last resort, if you like a sort of Get Out of Jail Free Card.
    Not a very convincing thing to use to defend the Free Press (which ought to be completely free, especially of the EU) then……

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  38. 169
    Gordon Brown says:

    Tonight I’m watching Buttman & Throbbin.

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  39. 173
    She's a blonde MILF says:

    The McCanns are loathsome sociopaths, but when it comes to Kate, I definitely would. She can give me a check-up any time.

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  40. 175
    slap my bitches up says:

    What a fucking awful lot us Brits were in the 50′s/60′s before the vibrant immigrants and transgenders arrived. Looking back, mum would have been so much happier as a man, or an Asian lady forced to cook curries for Sunday lunch.

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  41. 177
    EU Watch says:

    No compensation for regular UK folk, only UK Government employees:

    Sure that is discriminatory ? And why should they be compensating in the first place.

    Those who hold their money in non UK regulated Cypriot banks should not be entitled to UK tax payer money to bail out their bail in.

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    • 181
      Anonymous says:

      At the end of the day ,it’s a back door EURO bailout using British taxpayers money.

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      • 188
        EU Watch says:

        There are several reasons for London to do this:

        i) The move is going to finish Cyprus as a financial center, less competition for London.
        ii) The government employees need to be kept sweet, as their presence out there is strategically valuable.
        iii) The overall bailout for Cyprus is probably more valuable to London which likely stands to lose big if Cyprus defaults.

        They should be looking out for all UK interests though. And they should have had advance warning of what was going on and advised UK nationals to transfer their accounts offshore from Cyprus.

        The best that can be made of this is that despite EU membership, the UK had no knowledge that this particular decision was going to be made.

        Time to leave.

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    • 184
      albacore says:

      Anybody know what our Parliament’s for?
      For the E U it’s always a willing whore
      For immigrants it’ll open any door
      For the British it ain’t got owt any more

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  42. 178
    Hotty Watch says:

    Penny Mordaunt for PM. It’s about time we had a PM we can wank over.

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  43. 183
    Hotty Watch says:

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  44. 192
    Casual Observer says:

    Here is a slightly different list of 25:

    http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/completelist/0,29569,1877351,00.html

    Notice the overlap.

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  45. 193
    Gordon McMental Bastard says:

    Yes, and it was my prudent mis-handling which trashed most of it.

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  46. 194
    EU Watch says:

    This is interesting chart:

    So bail-out with bail-ins appears to be a forced coercion.

    However, if it works, !reland could clearly be next in line for such treatment.

    Also: Uninsured Accounts Cyprus = EUR 38bn, Insured Accounts Cyprus = EUR 30bn

    To raise the same only on the Uninsured accounts, ~15.22% levy required.

    They are only slapping the 6.75% on the insured accounts ( < EUR 100k) to make the levy look less like an attack on Russian / Foreign deposits. 50% of the uninsured capital is Russian.

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  47. 199
    Anonymous says:

    “Who was Chuka Umunna’s red carpet date?” Why the fuck would I want to read about who he was on a date with? You think other people’s private lives are for other people’s amusement? No wonder they call it The Scum.

    Anyway Guido, when are we going to get photos of all the hacks that have been arrested for phone hacking on the front page of that rag with the usual SCUM, ARRESTED, CAGED capitalised headlines? When is that coming Guido?

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  48. 208
    Working For Uncle Sam says:

    “I understand, too, the anger that Saddam turned out to have no active WMD programme. But the view that he had a WMD programme was held not just by the intelligence services in the UK and US, but in countries which opposed military action.” Tony Blair told The Sun

    Now is not that the biggest load of F,ing, lying, BS?

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  49. 209
    Ten Years On says:

    “I UNDERSTAND why, after long, hard and often brutal campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan, people say: It’s a mistake – we should never have been there.”

    But Tony, there is one simple word you never seem to use – Sorry!

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  50. 210
    Ten Years On says:

    Iraq war: the greatest intelligence failure in living memory

    “On the tenth anniversary of the Iraq war, Panorama’s Peter Taylor reveals the sources close to Saddam Hussein whose intelligence could have changed the course of history.” TELEGRAPH.CO.UK

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  51. 211
    Ten Years On says:

    Finally Tonight

    Panorama: The Spies Who Fooled The World, with Peter Taylor, broadcast Monday, March 18th on BBC One.

    Like


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The lefties are attacking because the panellist is a millionaire and lives in a London home worth upwards of two million. Someone had best tell them he’s called Ed Miliband.


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