March 26th, 2013

Tim Loughton V Tory Education: Round 42

Big allegations.

UPDATE: Labour’s Ian Mearns has waded in:

“This extraordinary attack is another example of derogatory language by the Toryeducation twitter feed. Michael Gove needs to investigate if this feed is run by his advisers – if so that would be very serious. There is no place for these kind of personal attacks in public life. The Education Secretary needs to take action.”


  1. 1
    Owen Jones says:

    In honour of the passing of Hugo Chavez, I have had his initials inscribed onto my bathroom taps.

  2. 2
  3. 3
    Andrew Efiong says:

    Aha, looks the tweeting mole could be flushed out!

  4. 4
    zen_mucus says:

    surely its time for those two clowns to have their twitter taken off them?

  5. 5
    Watch out there's a copper about and he's got a gun says:

    So how the flying fook can a trained “marksman” miss a bloody cow?

  6. 6
    I'll get my coat says:

    It moooooooooved

  7. 7
    Anonymous says:

    If we want to cut waste and improve education we have to make parents pay for education.

    This will

    1) Stop time wasters coming to schools as parents will see no point in wasting money.

    2) Parents and kids will demand good quality education as they are paying for it.

  8. 8
    Obamamessiah, trendy lefty twat in chief says:

    The thing to remember is they’re all immigrants. Everyone is an immigrant, even if you think you come from England and are English, really you’re not because sometime maybe thousands of years ago your ancestor was brought to England. So you’re no different from someone who arrived from Bulgaria this morning. If you disagree you’re racist and I’ll set the wookie on you.

  9. 9
    Are we going the whole hog and having a wrestle in mud says:

    OOOh get her. Bitch fight!

  10. 10
    Magaluf Engerlander says:

    Excellent, OJ. Didn’t think your sense of humour went beyond your jokey support for a long discredited political dogma.

    So what do I know, hey!

  11. 11
    Edith Milliband says:

    But parents already do pay, it’s just that, by the time the overstuffed councils, pilgrims etc have deducted their expenses/costs, it’s a baldemort moment.

    What should happen is for parents to pay directly, then you get what you pay for as you suggest.

  12. 12
    Edith Milliband says:

    And they consulted the RSPCA who agreed to a shooting? Fuck, is this THE RSPCA?

  13. 13
    Zen Marksman - the sound of one bullet FWAAPPP!-ing says:

    Why a cow? – Was it out of season for young black men in London, for Hendon’s finest?

  14. 14
    Gonk III says:

    It was camouflaged.

  15. 15
    Will says:

    Boris, he really winds the left up.

    Dave Hill at the guardian cant stand him, the BBC does not like him, just listen to the local BBC news

    However, I bet few people in London could name a London assembly member

  16. 16
    Cheese Mongrel says:

    More public sector failure.

  17. 17
    Ed Balls(Chancellor Of The Exchequer Designate) says:

    Staggered that nobody on the TSC has asked about Osbo’s book-cooking £11bn “underspend” yet. Biggest flaw in the Budget.

  18. 18
    Tom Pride says:

    With opinion polls showing immigration – rightly or wrongly – the number one concern of voters, and with UKIP snapping at the heels of David Cameron, you can only imagine how damaging it would be if the fact were ever to come out that the prime minister has secretly agreed to a flood of cheap labour from India into the UK.
    Well, the fact is, he has.
    And that’s probably why he and his media friends have been keeping really really quiet about it.
    Here’s a question for you. What was the purpose of David Cameron’s recent trip to India?
    Bilateral trade you might well say. After all, that was how it was spun in the UK media.
    In India however, the truth is somewhat easier to find.
    The main purpose of the trip was actually to boost completion of the EU/India Free Trade Agreement.
    India’s sole demand in this agreement is that the EU allows Indian companies to supply cheap temporary labour into the EU – approximately 85% of which would be to the UK.
    The Coalition will argue in its defence that the UK now has an ‘immigration cap’.
    However, the government has excluded temporary workers from the cap and the trade agreement with India allows specifically for temporary workers to come to the UK.
    Temporary? How temporary? Well, the UK government has stipulated that ‘temporary’ can be as long as 9-10 years.
    Cameron may well also argue that the agreement only allows for ‘graduates’ or ‘students’ to work in the UK.
    But what he won’t tell you is that the ‘graduates’ and ‘students’ only need to be classed as that status in India. In the UK they could take any jobs from factory workers and care assistants to doctors, teachers and accountants.
    And finally the government will argue that there are restrictions on the numbers of certain kinds of workers who will be allowed into the UK.
    What they won’t tell you is that there are no restrictions on the overall number of Indian workers who will be allowed into the UK

  19. 19
    Owen Jones says:

    I like a Red Wedge

  20. 20
    Crick Stirs it says:

  21. 21
    Bully's Special Prize says:

    Was the cow armed? I hope they shouted a warning first.

  22. 22
    Clegg on a warning says:

    Clegg ‘ignored warning of second Lib Dem groper making unwanted sexual advances to women’

    DPM allegedly received complaint about behaviour of MP Mike Hancock
    But Clegg did not reply to letter from constituent about Portsmouth MP
    Complaint said Hancock is ‘liability to women, the public, and your party’

  23. 23
    Nick Clegg says:

    Sorry, who?

  24. 24
    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    Will not with you dodo! Anyway why are you not chasing up the Mitchel Pleb Gate issue? Do the C4 bosses not like anything that might be helping a tory?

  25. 25
    Bluto says:

    “There is no place for these kind of personal attacks in public life.”

    That, coming from the Labour of McBride and Watson, is laughable. Smearing and attacking their opponents is the very oxygen that Labour breathes. It is the one consistent policy they can be relied upon to deliver whether in government or in opposition. They are a party of smear and attack with the supporting logistics a long wagon train of lies, misrepresentations and dodgy data.

  26. 26
    Mark Smann says:

    He missed with one barrel so he got it with the udder one.

  27. 27
    Richard Gere says:

    How do you flush a mole? I can sh*t a hamster.

  28. 28
    Anonymous says:

    where? up your arse?

  29. 29
    Shooty* says:

    “There is no place for these kind of personal attacks in public life”

    Unless they’re coming from a Leftie. We’re allowed to do it, because WE THINK CORRECTLY. You on the Right simply don’t, and you’re not allowed to criticise us.

  30. 30
    Rt. Hon. Michael Gove MP says:

    Well I’ve asked the chaps before and they say it’s not them. That’s good enough for me. If it makes you happy I’ll ask them again when they get back next month from their respective grandmothers’ funerals.

  31. 31
    Hood Winked says:

    I always believe these lies from our master’s.

    God help us.

  32. 32
    Fredie Star burst says:

    I can bite a hamsters head off, the bugger it’s little butt hole.

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