March 26th, 2013

Eric Joyce Appeal For Witnesses


103 Comments

  1. 1
    Guido Fawkes & Owen Jones Coalition says:

    “Like many other hopes vested in Cameron, it was a waste of time”. The Sun Says today on the NHS http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/hom

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    • 6
      Owned Jones says:

      Whereas you are a waste of space.

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    • 7
      Residing in 96.95% white Merseyside says:

      I don’t read the Sun.

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    • 8
      crime watch says:

      How can DI Standing or DS Salt be called if some Twat has defaced their phone number?

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    • 17
      Anonymous says:

      Cyprus bail out.

      1) Germany is putting money, UK doesn’t but criticise Germany.

      2) UK £ had devalued by around 25% and still falling, its worse than what is happening in Cyprus.

      3) Bank bailout in UK has been loaded on UK public’s head. Most people hasn’t got a clue about it.

      4) Cyprus was running a no questions asked banking system and taking loads of dodgy money. For some reason UK cares even about these people even losing
      part of it.

      5) Tax in Cyprus is low, for some reason now its time to pay for it.

      6) Even lots of horse meat was directed to UK through companies registered and / or operating in Cyprus.

      7) Cyprus was running wild west capitalist model, people living there enjoyed it at a high cost to others now pay back time.

      Germany should have let Cyprus go under for what it was doing.

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      • 23
        Anonymous says:

        Biggest joke is UK £ is even falling against the so called basket case Euro.

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        • 34
          Mike Hunt says:

          That’s what you get when you print money.

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          • Weimar Republic says:

            They devalued our pound by 25%, theft in all but name.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Weimar Republic, they are still devaluing UK £, it had almost fallen by 5% within the last 3 months.

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          • Matilda says:

            The pound has been devalued by a lot more than 25%. Where I regularly holiday (visiting friends and family), a few (8) years ago the rate was roughly 7 local whatnots to 1 pound. Visiting a couple of weeks ago the rate was 4-and-a-bit whatnots to 1 pound. That is around 45% devaluation in under 10 years. At the start of that period, the pound was constant at 67p to 1 euro. Just compare that to what it is today – and remember that not long ago it actually reached parity. Somebody has been helping themselves to your cash while you have not been looking.

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        • 38
          The Bank of England says:

          The £ can rise this afternoon. All the governmentr needs to do to bring that about is raise interest rates.

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        • 44
          GBPEUR says:

          That must be why the exchange rate has hardly changed in 5 years then.

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      • 31
        China says:

        Germany should start paying its way in the world instead of using a manipulated currency.

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        • 56
          Anonymous says:

          This is one of the reason Germany wants Euro so that it can compete with China, both are using manipulated currency.

          Some think China will be the next big bobble to burst with 64 million empty residential units, massive about of commercial units empty, roads to nowhere, expensive trains people cannot afford to use, etc. Over 50% of their GDP is buildings that aren’t used, question is how long it can go on.

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          • A future buy-to-let landlord says:

            “Some think China will be the next big bobble to burst with 64 million empty residential units.”

            So they’ve got all the spare housing and no immigrants and we’ve got all the immigrants and no spare housing…hmmm!

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          • EU Watch says:

            Ch!na also has a sensible immigration policy.

            The spare housing exists only to bump up GDP figures.

            If they actually started using it, they would go bankrupt very quickly, as they do not have access to the resources to properly power and support life in the new builds.

            That is in part reflected by the insanely high cost of living, which many could not afford even on a Western wage.

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        • 66
          Anonymous says:

          A very good point, how would Germany fare if its export prices were not even more artificially depressed than those of China?

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          • BMW's are ten a penny these days! says:

            I currently drive a brand new BMW 3 series, but can only just about afford to pay the mortgage and food to eat!!!

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      • 46
        Benson Hedge says:

        Interesting post.

        some questions if i can?

        How many non related pieces do you have to paste on each post?
        Does someone give them to you or they all your own work?
        Do you get paid to troll or is this just a hobby ?
        Are you disabled and have to stay inside a lot?

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      • 92
        EU Watch says:

        Judging by poor quality of post and broken English and undecided position on Germany, you appear to be perhaps of east European origin with zero clue on economics and perhaps are funded by the EU itself.

        Stick to mislabeling horse meat, people trafficking and producing child snuff movies from the reservoir of filth which exists in your local state ‘orphanages’.

        Evidence of some real pro EU trolls, nice to see they dislike Germany almost as much as the Brits do.

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    • 94
      three not so wise monkeys says:

      No doubt all the MPs will be closing ranks as they all saw nuffin

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  2. 2
    The Political Elite Omertà says:

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  3. 3
    Sally *wipesmouth* says:

    Who is Black Rod? #moist

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  4. 4
    ermm says:

    In my view, the ‘V’ and ‘A’ relationship is over-kearned.

    I’d be interested in others’ thoughts.

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  5. 9
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    “DI Standing”?

    Would that be the one from New Tricks? Why not Lane or Halford? What’s the matter, couldn’t get them to show up for this one?

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  6. 11
    Rodney says:

    Is it cuz I’m coloured they call me Black rod?

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  7. 15
    Not waving but drowning says:

    OT has anyone posted this yet?

    British search and rescue services to be run by US company

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2013/mar/26/uk-search-and-rescue-bristow

    What are they thinking? There can’t be much left to sell now.

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    • 16
      A Taxpayer says:

      Cameron is a moron. I worked that out a couple of years ago. What is your excuse?

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      • 41
        Anonymous says:

        Cameron, Clegg and the Milibands (it doesn’t matter which one) are all traitorous libertarians. I worked that out about 5 years ago…what’s your excuse?

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        • 45
          Politics 101 says:

          None of them are libertarian. They are all firm and joyous sucklers on the teat of the state.

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        • 59
          yeah, right... says:

          What?

          All of them believe in, and help create, an ever bigger, costlier, more parasitic state.

          Libertarians they are not. Or did you mean librarians?

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    • 22
      Pres # to return to the main menu. says:

      Your call is very important to us but we are extremely busy right now, please leave your number after the tone and we will call you back when you reach the top of the queue.

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    • 36
      Mike Hunt says:

      There’s no money left, good luck,

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    • 58
      William says:

      That’s a bloody long way to come every time a tree hugger gets stuck on the Cairngorms.

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    • 79
      Fluffy Thoughts says:

      Don’t forget that Labour tried to PFI Search-and-Rescue. The Coalition had to cancel the contract because of inappropraite behaviour within the bidding-process.

      Labour have a track-record. Look at which Defence-Minister got a VP role with Finemeccanica and who signed-off the “Panther” UOR….

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    • 84
      Catty Comment (Ms) says:

      So how will they get paid? Do those waiting to be rescue have to show a valid a credit card before the chopper deigns to lowers the basket? Will they have an annual target of ‘saves’ to make? Will all the local mountain expert rescue teams now be made redundant? Or will they now be able to charge for their time too?

      Does this nonsense also involve our lifeboats?

      Has this crap idea really been thought through properly? I’m sure most of us would rather cut the aid budget to fund proper rescue services (refund costs from aid budget to RAF/Navy/Army emergency teams).

      If Camerloon really is trying his damndest to lose the next election – then he won’t have to make good on his recent immigration proposals/promises, will he? – he is playing a blinder.

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      • 99
        The tit in no. 10 says:

        I’ve just come up with a great wheeze.
        In future all emergencies ambulances called out from the UK will be based in California. That will create loads of jobs for translators who can speak American.

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  8. 18
    Leroy_Jenkins says:

    Any chance of getting DS Salt teamed up with a streetwise, wisecracking officer called Pepper?

    I mean think of the TV show, Salt and Pepper investigate the various dodgy goings on in parliament. Ideally jumping over the bonnets of Ministerial jags with pistols drawn?

    Got to be a better condiment themed crime show than “Rosemary and Thyme”

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  9. 19
    Anonymous says:

    Alchoholism and general violent behaviour tend to be handed down from generation to generation. It’s the reason why criminal behaviour generally cannot be modified by so called “rehabilitation”. All behaviours occur due to certain genetic predispostions.

    It is why throwing money at rehabilitation is a waste of time in the criminal justice system. The best that can be done is to control behaviour (ban certain people from drinking is a good start) and for most the ONLY effective means of protecting the public from them is incarceration.

    This is the reason why there is now routine DNA sampling of all who are involved in criminal behaviour (and also including the victims in most cases).

    All of this begs two questions…

    1. Was Eric Joyce’s DNA taken after his last altercation?
    2. Why was he allowed to continue to be allowed to drink on HoC premises or indeed elsewhere in Westminster?

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    • 27
      Pincher Martin says:

      Except Joyce was not drinking that night mrs busy body.

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      • 42
        An Alcoholic is Quite Capable of Buying Booze From an Off-Licence says:

        allegedly

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        • 65
          Sir William Wade says:

          Perhaps they should keep him permanently pissed to calm him down, then.

          “Igor…..unchain Eric!”

          “But Doctor…..he hasn’t had his pint of brandy!”

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      • 62
        Anonymous says:

        Errr…not according to these eye-witness accounts made shortly after the second incident…

        http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/9931662/Eric-Joyce-MP-arrested-after-altercation-at-Commons-bar.html

        “Mr Joyce was seen apparently wrestling with two police officers outside the Sports and Social Club bar at around 10.30pm last night before he was handcuffed and taken away in a police van.

        The independent member for Falkirk is understood to have objected to a request not to take a drink outside the bar, which was hosting a karaoke evening.

        Tony Grew, a journalist for the website PoliticsHome, who witnessed the incident, said: “I saw him with two officers. My understanding is he wasn’t allowed to take a drink outside and he had decided not to follow through with that request.”

        He said the incident happened in front of around 50 people who were smoking in a designated area outside the bar.

        He added: “It was a shocking end to what had been a very happy night in the bar.”

        One fellow drinker in the Sport and Social told the Daily Telegraph: “A single policeman was talking to Joyce. It looked like he was telling him off, saying, you are drunk and should leave. Eric starting pushing him. He started grappling him and his hat fell off. Another policeman ran over and pushed him to the floor.

        “Eric definitely started the grappling first. He is a big guy and clearly drunk. All Eric’s mates started pushing people back, telling them to get back and stop taking pictures. They were all half cut.” “

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    • 71
      The Fabians and the cooperative Labour party. says:

      YES we love it. The sins of the Father and our DNA data base will prove it. Bring on the EUgenics

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  10. 20
    The English are not welcome in Cyprus says:

    So you have a public police appeal for information published in a private place .

    Nothing surprises me about the English

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  11. 21
    A Taxpayer says:

    So, the police are investigating the theft of taxpayers’ money by Parliament? About time too.

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  12. 24
    Judd says:

    How many other people could be found drunk and violent at their place of work and expect to have a job the next day?

    These MPs live totally disconnected lives.

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  13. 26
    Wolfgang Schaeuble says:

    Deutschland iz ze target of jealousy in ze Eurozone… Mhahahahahaha.

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    • 32
      Bert Camus says:

      Schoolchildren flocking in the streets of Nicosia.

      Be proud of yourselves you English.

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      • 39
        Phil from the Wrekenton Seven Stars says:

        I went to Cyprus on holiday a few years back .

        It was very nice actually .

        The only problem was I went into a bar full of ex pat British people .

        They were not the type of people I would like to have as neighbors.

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        • 77
          Hijos de puta says:

          They’re the same everywhere. I heard a load of them holding forth in a restaurant/bar on Lanzarote. They’re the sort of people I go on holiday to avoid. No doubt they haven’t bothered to learn a word of the language (they were talking to the Spanish barman in English).

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          • Catty Comment (Ms) says:

            Immigrants the world over…. have you had a wander round Piccadilly lately? You never hear a word of English from one weekend to the next.

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  14. 30
    Policing reforms says:

    How come MPs get to have their own plod force and out of hours too?

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  15. 35
    BREAKING WIND says:

    S&P downgrades 2013 GDP f’cast to -0.5% from -0.1% : for EUROZONE

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  16. 37
    Doggie Fashion says:

    Should read ‘Police are keen to speak to’ not ‘speak with’. I really thought the Serjeant-at-Arms and/or Black Rod would be better educated.

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    • 81
      William says:

      Ah! You’ve spotted the latest attempt to turn the English language all ‘touchy-feely’.

      ‘Issue’ is the best example: one has issues now, never problems. The words are not inter-changeable, they mean different things.

      This attempt by the left to ‘soften’ discourse is an issue with which I have a problem.

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      • 86
        Catty Comment (Ms) says:

        I have a problem with ‘meet’ which is now used regularly to mean ‘meeting”. “The next meet is at Wincanton next month”.

        Allied to that is ‘meet with’ in which the second word is completely unnecessary. “Obama will meet with Cameron…”.

        English “teachers” have a lot to answer for.

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  17. 43
    Moussa Koussa Mark 8 says:

    How many expat toss pots can we expect back from Cyprus.

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  18. 47
    Joyce is a cunt says:

    Let’s not forget that Owen Jones, who claims to stand up for women’s rights, said he felt sorry for Joyce when he heard the news. Nothing about the woman who got punched to the ground, then, eh Owen?

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    • 74
      Ho-hum, my usual moníker's blocked, again. says:

      Owen professes to support ‘Women’s Rights’, but then expresses solidarity with the mísogynist-to-the-core Hezbollah.

      He is, truly, a twát.

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      • 90
        My moniker's blocked too - even though I am his mommy says:

        He was such a lovely little boy but they don’t half change when they go to big school.

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  19. 50
    Diane Abbott says:

    Does Eric like wooman wid da big belly and butt? Me has a lot of love 2 give da right mon!

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  20. 52
    Eric J says:

    I’m not as thunk as drinkle peep.

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  21. 53
    ermm says:

    Isn’t Cyprus in two halves (halfs?) any more?

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    • 72
      A tale of two halves (halfs?)! says:

      Yes…the solvent Islamic Northern halve (half?) and the insolvent Western liberal deomcartice southern halve (half?)

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  22. 55
    A hospital patient says:

    BBC News: “Nurses to be trained in basic care”

    Stop the fucking presses!

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  23. 57
    Dingo was his name-o says:

    You’re such an arse TAT.

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  24. 63
    BBC Newsnight appeal. says:

    Appeal for Witnesses

    Anyone who knows an unemployed immigrant please phone the BBC switchboard and ask to speak to Emily Maitless.

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    • 82
      Common Purpose was Mentioned three times in Ed Mill's Speech says:

      Yes I saw that charade last night on Newshite. Emily Titless was barging in on Farage trying desperately to stop him telling the truth.
      He had every right to tell her to shut the fuck up and listen

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  25. 76
    Burning Your Money says:

    More public sector failure.

    These plods couldn’t catch a cold.

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  26. 102
    Eric Joyce. says:

    What the fuck happened? One minute I was having a quiet half a shandy next a rozzer is cuffing me and I’m covered in some fuckers blood

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  27. 103
    ab says:

    Savings move to NORTH EU, Amsterdam is last corporate tax haven. You do not want to have savings in the south EU with the 40% saving-cut -rescue-solution. Cyprus will go down in 6 month. Tourism can’t save Cyprus. banking market in Europe, with total assets of over €7,470 billion and then the EU makes a remark over cutting savings….haha bet 10-30 % money start moving north …. to Deijselbloems Amsterdam corporate tax haven..
    nice controlled crash …

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