April 15th, 2013

Rich’s Monday Morning View


169 Comments

  1. 1
    Guy Martin to win TT2013 says:

    Good lord, they’re nearly recognisable

  2. 2
    The Loony Left says:

    All the lefty deadbeats are downstairs in Hades then ?

  3. 3
    Hugh Janus says:

    Yes, that is Brucie wearing the uniform?

  4. 4
    Raving Loon says:

    I thought David Bellamy was still alive?

  5. 5
    Zeitgeist in Strawberry Hill (and 1st class passenger!) says:

    Actually they’re here and they are running things!

  6. 6
    Curse of Cameron says:

    Order-Order now thinks that a man who had his political opponents thrown out of aeroplanes deserves a place in heaven. How very “libertarian” of Britain’s premier pro-censorship right-wing wankbag.

  7. 7
    Joe Stalin says:

    Get out the wrong side of the bed this morning ?

  8. 8
    Lost in Clacton says:

    Once a fascist always a fascist, as they say in Barcelona.

  9. 9
    Sandalista says:

    Equality of opportunity it is.

  10. 10
    Mitch says:

    Let him who is without sin…

  11. 11
    Simon Hughes' rusty dildo says:

    Churning ou shite on Radio 4 about not being able to raise kids on £26k net each year! Oh, the horror!

  12. 12
    Village Idiot says:

    “Thatchulism”, good word,What can it mean??????

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    Mummification says:

    Um… He seems to be outside of heaven. Not able to get in. As it says in black and white. I think your comprehension skills are up the Swanee.

  15. 15
    Grumpy Old Man says:

    Reagan is so recognisable he must have been photoshopped. Rich shows once again his unfailing ability to fall off a bandwagon.

  16. 16
    .... says:

    Christ that is a shit cartoon, shit drawing, shit jokes, just shit all round, next week can we have one of Rupert the Testicle bollocks deep in Guido’s fat greasy a-hole?

  17. 17
    Mark says:

    Recognisable yes, funny no.

  18. 18
    albacore says:

    Fear not, for their hell-bound expectations
    Are backed by cast-iron reservations
    The Old Lad keeps those furnaces fiery
    For every LibLabCon’s expiry

  19. 19
    Toenails says:

    Nah. Just nail chewing mush.

  20. 20
    STUFF London. It is no longer English. says:

    BBC news headline is some government pilot welfare thingy being tested in Londonistan. Never before have they lead on a scheme being tested anywhere else outside of our foreign capital.

  21. 21
    Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

    Where’s that Fascist that Thatcher kicked out of the Falklands?

  22. 22
    Worthless says:

    Rich doesn’t do funny, just dour lefty bollocks.

  23. 23
    .... says:

    Aww diddums did the big city scare you with all the nasty brown people?

  24. 24
    Will says:

    The bbc are not interested in going outside of London or media centre Manchester for an interview it might be too much hard work.

    One of my in laws was filmed by the bbc for a programme they did such a hatchet job on him that they edited a 2 day interview process down to 5 mins and misrepresented his organisation so badly

  25. 25
    victormeldrew says:

    The BBC will be the death of me!

  26. 26
    Will says:

    It’s not wrong to cap benefits, it’s just that the left wing think we should keep paying out for ever higher amounts. They never answer the question how can 1 million east Europeans get a job over here when we have 1 million unemployed !!!

  27. 27
    Lord Mandelbum of Fondelboys says:

    Bruce Forsyth, Tommy Lee Jones and Uncle Albert from OFAH I think – do I get a prize if I’ve got them right?

  28. 28
    The Right Honourable George Osborne Mp says:

    I think we’ve got a very clear message, a loud and clear message that Britain cannot let up in dealing with its debts, dealing with its problems, cannot let up in making sure that Britain can pay its way in the world.

  29. 29
    Theresa April, Home Secretary says:

    I am deeply saddened by todays announcement of the passing of Baroness Thatcher.

    It is now my responsibility to make appropriate funeral arrangements.

    In view of this sudden and unexpected news it is right that I suspend my campaign to drive nasty elements out of the Conservative Party.

    I will not consider standing for the now-vacant position of Leader until after next week’s State funeral.

  30. 30
    Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

    Another cartoon that is as funny as rickets.

  31. 31
    Ed Ballsup says:

    Nah! Let’s keep partying and so what if we end up like Greece? What lovely weather they have.

  32. 32
    Benefits Junkie says:

    You keep paying, I’ll keep claiming.

  33. 33
    Hang The Bostards says:

    Fat racist Dianne ABBOTT on GMTV talking about Thatcher.

    Her only contribution was “£10 million is a waste of money”

    remind me Dianne you racist cow, what exactly have you achieved in all your great years as an MP…….Oh yes… F.uckAll

  34. 34
    Oh dear how sad never mind says:

    Was Windsor Davies a friend?

  35. 35
    albacore says:

    If scatology is what turns you on
    There’s a surfeit about to dwell upon
    Unalloyed, unredeemed and, oh, so pure
    This Parliament sunk in E U manure

  36. 36
    Will says:

    Nobody likes being told the parties over. But at the end of the day you cannot keep maxing out the credit card otherwise those nasty lenders might want thier money back one day.

    Or wants more interest for lending you money to compensate for the risk of default !!

  37. 37
    They're all smug, sneering, chip on both shoulders, Celt cu'nts at the BBC says:

    One of them is Sir James of Savile, but who are the other two fuckers?

    I aint looked at this blog for a year, but when i come back i finds this ‘cartoon’ shit still occuring

    Shit

  38. 38
    Anonymous says:

    Calm down dear she’s only a labour MP who has not had a real job for decades. Another benefits junkie who is happy to live on taxpayers money, but does little for it.

  39. 39
    nellnewman says:

    London is Cosmopolitan – has always been cosmopolitan – and that is its strength.

    I don’t like the place – although I was there Saturday – all that traffic and trains and the underground!!

    It was lovely to come home and sit in a quiet garden afterwards.

    Thing is if you don’t the place you need to find somewhere else that you do like.

  40. 40
    Will says:

    Diane most probably has claimed over £10 million from the taxpayer as a councillor and mp. So that is a waste of money. Diane get a real job you benefit scrounger

  41. 41
    perception says:

    He’s behind you!!!!

  42. 42
    Osama the Nazarene says:

    Variety of Botulism?

  43. 43
    Whinger's dinners says:

    Did she stuff her fat face anywhere nice over the weekend?

  44. 44
    perception says:

    Could you survive in Londonistan on £25K. with a wife (or the now accepted way partner) and 2 sprogs?

  45. 45
    Anonymous says:

    Sounds like C of C is having their benefits cut this morning .
    I’m holding a benefits cuts party tho , everyone’s invited

  46. 46
    Im such a c'unt even my own parents abandoned me, Dame Nicky Campbell says:

    Parasites like Abbott are beyond parody.

  47. 47
    perception says:

    Wot, Cast Iron Dave’s cast iron reservations?

  48. 48
    Kim ill Snug says:

    Yeah, they and the Libyan School of Economics did a job on us!

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    stanley baldwin says:

    yes a copy of rolf harris’s greatest hits

    can u wait?

  51. 51
    M says:

    Anyone get a benefits cut party pack . If you can celebrate death why not benefit cuts ?

  52. 52
    Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

    Oh no he isn’t !!!

  53. 53
    stanley baldwin says:

    gosh!

  54. 54
    Hang The Bostards says:

    funny I don’t recall Thatcher having to apologise to the house for failing to declare earnings outside of Parliament.

    Abbott is a two face hypocritical self serving fat racist cow.

  55. 55
    MRS SKID says:

    Can you not alternate and give Mark a chance to be funny ?

  56. 56
    A Taxpayer says:

    Only two sprogs?

  57. 57
    perception says:

    Why should any body in this day and age be paid for having sprogs

  58. 58
    widescreen2010 says:

    Fair point well made.

  59. 59
    Anonymous says:

    My objections to Thatcher can be summarised thus:

    1. The destruction of British Industry because it was the main source of her opposition

    2. Her reinstatement of permanent mass unemployment (4.5 million) for political purposes after an absence of 50 years

    3. The waste of North Sea Oil revenues funding that mass unemployment and a failure to invest a one-time windfall

    4. The devastation of whole areas of Britain – left to rot and so producing a permanent underclass and areas of Britain that all these years later remain devastated

  60. 60
    Anonymous says:

    I can see the ad campaign for Heaven plc now.

    “If you see God, tell him.”

  61. 61
    Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

    A Soviet judge walked out of his chambers laughing his head off. A colleague approached him and asked why he was laughing. “I just heard the funniest joke in the world!” “Well, go ahead, tell me!” said the other judge. “I can’t – I just gave a guy ten years in a gulag for telling it!”

  62. 62
    Neil Kinnock (before the 1983 election) says:

    If Margaret Thatcher is re-elected as prime minister on Thursday, I warn you. I warn you that you will have pain – when healing and relief depend upon payment. I warn you that you will have ignorance – when talents are untended and wits are wasted, when learning is a privilege and not a right. I warn you that you will have poverty – when pensions slip and benefits are whittled away by a government that won’t pay in an economy that can’t pay. I warn you that you will be cold – when fuel charges are used as a tax system that the rich don’t notice and the poor can’t afford.
    I warn you that you must not expect work – when many cannot spend, more will not be able to earn. When they don’t earn, they don’t spend. When they don’t spend, work dies. I warn you not to go into the streets alone after dark or into the streets in large crowds of protest in the light. I warn you that you will be quiet – when the curfew of fear and the gibbet of unemployment make you obedient. I warn you that you will have defence of a sort – with a risk and at a price that passes all understanding. I warn you that you will be home-bound – when fares and transport bills kill leisure and lock you up. I warn you that you will borrow less – when credit, loans, mortgages and easy payments are refused to people on your melting income.
    If Margaret Thatcher wins on Thursday, I warn you not to be ordinary. I warn you not to be young. I warn you not to fall ill. I warn you not to get old.

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    widescreen2010 says:

    The answer is that the Eastern Europeans who come here are intellegent, educated, and willing to work. The thick, ignorant, and lazy who inhabit this island will join the dole cue.
    Personally, I am OK with that.

  65. 65
    CarryHole is a silly Hunt says:

    Can’t raise kids on the money you’re earning?

    DON’T HAVE THEM!

  66. 66
    Polly from her Villa in Umbridge says:

    Lovely

  67. 67
    Loopy Lou says:

    This is all very interesting but what I would like to know is how is how that costs application against Chris Huhne is getting on.

    I do not like the idea of the taxpayer being left with a whopping bill because of this man.

    Confirmation that he will not be considered for early release before the matter is sorted would be nice .

  68. 68
    The left still busy re-writing history I see says:

    “Will the last one to leave Britain switch off the light ?”

  69. 69
    CarryHole is a silly Hunt says:

    You could because everything’s paid for, as long as you sit on your fat arse (vote lab) and do fuck all of use to anyone else (oh and go down the benefitz office once a fortnight).

  70. 70
    Mitch says:

    So, when she ‘destroyed’ the main source of her opposition, did those people then support her, or still ‘opppose’ her?? I think you may be a little confused.

  71. 71
    All Right says:

  72. 72
    Normal Service will resume 2pm Wednesday,.Thank you. says:

    Please do keep up…this site is now officially in mourning until Wednesday afternoon…only Thatcher related threads allowed.

  73. 73
    Captain Pedalo says:

    But if you tell people you are simply normal as opposed to plain ordinary they cannot touch you.

  74. 74
    Anonymous says:

    They are being “capped” at £500 per week for a family,£24,000 a year ! why do Grauniad readers etc keep calling them “poor!” it creates the image that they have to scratch around on rubbish tips to get the money to eat! absulutely mad! why arent the left honest !

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    Question? says:

    I wonder if Abramovitch will be at Thatcher’s funeral. He wouldn’t be rich if the Soviet Union still existed.

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    CarryHole is a silly Hunt says:

    I think you’ll find she just removed the subsidy for those areas that failed (that was being paid for by ruining said subsidising areas).

    She didn’t destroy them, they destroyed themselves by allowing unions.

  77. 77
    Owin Jones says:

    OWEN’S MONDAY MORNING VIEW

    Our hate figures and heroes are mere surfers on the tide of history

    http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/comment/our-hate-figures-and-heroes-are-mere-surfers-on-the-tide-of-history-8572433.html

  78. 78
    Got a new Crayon says:

    Repeat the myths as many times as you want -your lefty lies will not change history

  79. 79
    Perse O'Nally says:

    Not so much of the ‘dour lefty’. Just bollocks will do.

  80. 80
    Captain Dreyfus says:

    Perhaps she can have a detailed answer to her request by 5.00 pm on Wednesday.

    After all British Government and administration is the finest in the world you know.

  81. 81
    CarryHole is a silly Hunt says:

    He has a magic money tree to solve all the problems. If he culls enough golden geese via taxation he can pay everyone to suck on the state teat.

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    perception says:

    Quite right, also that universal benefit to go as well, it’s worth a lot more to higher tax payers, ask Dave

  83. 83
    Chopper Harris says:

    And Ken Bates would still be in charge of Chelsea

  84. 84
    Sunny Day says:

    Kinnock was unelectable then and he’s unelected now. Despite being rejected by the public he’s taken millions from the taxpayers in the years since then and given nothing back.

  85. 85
    Anonymous says:

    My objections to you can be summarised thus:
    1= B/S
    2=UTTER B/S
    3=MASSIVE B/S
    4=AN EXTINCTION LEVEL EVENT OF B/S
    Oh and a bonus one
    5= YOU SMELL OF B/S!

  86. 86
    albacore says:

    Come now, you’ve heard of comic relief
    And if you still have any belief
    In the played-out LibLabCon sick joke
    As the punch line, shirley she’s bespoke

  87. 87
    Simon Hughes' rusty dildo says:

    Or they could move the fuck out of London as nothing’s keeping them there!

  88. 88
    Hang The Bostards says:

    she claimed £560 for photographs of herself…. Hmmmmm

    I would rather spend £10 million for the funeral of a great statesman than £560 on photographs of a fat bigoted racist cow.

  89. 89
    Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

    1. Manufacturing industry declined more under Blair and Brown than it ever did under Thatcher. So logically you must hate Labour more.
    2. It was the unions who created the unemployment by striking so much and asking for too much money so the industry could not compete against the rest of the world. And because it could not compete nobody was willing to invest in it.
    3. The money from North Sea oil was spent in paying off the debts that previous cowardly governments had spent appeasing unions, especially in nationalised industry.
    4. Certain areas indeed were deprived (as they were before 1979) but the reason for that was that there was no money to do much about it despite the high taxation at the beginning of her leadership. Far too much was being spent subsidising failing uncompetitive industries like coal and iron and steel. And it was tax payers money being wasted. And so because ordinary people paid so much tax they couldnt afford to buy all that much. But Thatcher changed all that and reduced taxes so that people had more money in their pockets.

    And why is that people are more than willing to come to this country from all corners of the world to seek work but some people in this country can’t even be arsed to go to their local job centre to look for work?

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    Vince says:

    She was a one-woman Luftwaffe, really.

  91. 91
    Hang The Bostards says:

    the word you are looking for is PARASITE

  92. 92
    Ali baba says:

    He’s just a thief

  93. 93
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    But if you spend other peoples money for 30 years they will have nothing left to give you .

  94. 94

    No. So we only had one.

  95. 95
    M102 says:

    LOL

  96. 96

    Agreed. Scrap fertility treatment on the NHS as well.

  97. 97
    Owin Jones says:

    Great article

    http://m.liverpoolecho.co.uk/ms/p/tmg/livecho/sNyrn4IrnTiT9CuuCukyCgg/view.m?id=5730111&tid=638956&cat=EvertonFC_News

    ” Agree with Derek on this, a spot on analysis & Thatcher whingers ought to study it.”

  98. 98
    Phil from Pentonville says:

    I had a cellmate called Owen once.

    He has gone now after his accident on the bedpost.

  99. 99
    Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

    You forgot the last lines.

    “But I am not that worried because I will be alright Jack, with my European jobs and salaries and expenses and pensions and I will make damn sure my relatives all get good, cushy jobs as well.”

  100. 100
    Maggie Knew says:

  101. 101
    Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

    Definition of hard work: A scouser getting out of bed.

  102. 102
    Dick the Prick says:

    The mul millionaire Kinnocks who even blagged their runtish son a job as CEO of the British Council and married him off to some Danish socialist whilst claiming millions per year from the EU and Kinnock couldn’t sign off their accounts? Surely not?

  103. 103

    Why does the cap not apply to Tax Credits – the benefits fraud of choice for muslims?

  104. 104

    But the million or so Parkistanis who claim “tax credits” will be outside the cap.

  105. 105
    Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

    Who ever thought spending £10m of taxpayers money on a funeral for most divisive politician in modern British history would provoke protests?

  106. 106
    Anonymong says:

    1. The destruction of Militant, politicised Trades Union because it was the main source of economic disruption.

    2. Her reinstatement of temporary mass unemployment (4.5 million) as a big stick to threaten the culture of entitlement.

    3. The waste of North Sea Oil revenues to stop a bunch of subsidised steel and mine workers from starving.

    4. The evolution of whole areas of Britain – encourgaing to pull their fingers out and to discourage them from suckling at the teat of the state. Instead they’ve expanded their expectations of “entitlement” and become satiated with big TVs and cheap holidays in the sun.

  107. 107
    stanley baldwin says:

    be of good cheer

    oil prices are falling at last

    deflation next – whoopee!

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    Confessions of a Window Licker says:

  109. 109
    Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

    Fuck off plagiarist

  110. 110
    Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

    Fuck off plagiarist

  111. 111
    Gimme gimme gimme says:

    A socialist worker.

  112. 112
    Anonymous says:

    that poem was shit

  113. 113
    stanley baldwin says:

    its the resentment arising from it not being privatised that’s causing the furore

    to a society happy to squander £10b+ on the boris memorial olympics this is very small beer

    tickets to be auctioned on ebay – let the punter pay

  114. 114
    Battery Sergeant Major Williams says:

    Afraid not, lovely boy. Sing the song, Lofty…

  115. 115
    Anonymong says:

    £10 Million to keep the Kinnockio clan alive is a waste of money.

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    stanley baldwin says:

    i say old chap – that’s a bit strong!

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    Anonymous says:

    Since this is the final Judgement, what about the other end of the spectrum.

    The unquestioned bureaucrats that have become rule makers, judges, and executioners. How is it that arbitration is being forced on victims to silence them. How can the victim have confidence in the system when the identity or past history of an arbitrator is hidden. The whole point of justice is that it is seen to be achieved. Otherwise there is no trust.

    This creep of pseudo courts has been going on for some time, we have a quango charity CRT that is given by law the right to set terms and conditions on its license, to use a public owned resource. Yet this quango decides that it will also be the judge and executioner. It sets the terms and conditions, and decides unilaterally who is acceptable. It then discriminates between identical people just on their views.

    But some how in the corruption of this country it is now seen as normal that certain groups have powers that no law ever gave them. If a law, or rule, is broken then they can use the authorities, that do have these powers, to enforce them. But why should unelected unrepresentative bureaucrats be allowed to make these decisions. How can one body simultaneously create the evidence and determine its validity?

    When was is that the law changed so any tax paid employee could punish the public?

  118. 118
    Anonymous says:

    All of Leeds would say thanks for that.

  119. 119
    Anonymous says:

    Costs. Money. This is the most important part of the judicial system. It cannot be rushed. Bonuses and favours have to be gained.

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    Tony Bliar says:

    Whereas I spent £4.5 billion on the Iraq war (money well spent, don’t-cha think?) and wasn’t anywhere near as divisive as Maggie.

    (If you’re one of the millions of people I let into Britain who can’t speak English, a taxpayer-funded translator will be along in a minute..)

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    The Labour Party says:

    Trying to get Ed Miliband to come up with a policy.

  123. 123
    A surfer says:

    One usually surfs on a wave rather than on a tide.

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    Tony E says:

    Even if any of that was factually accurate, it fails to deal with one glaring issue.

    When these great working communities were suddenly found without work due to old industries closing down (for whatever reason) – why did not the new industries move into those areas to exploit the sudden availability of potentially high skilled, but relatively cheap labour?

    Why for example, did big firms coming into the UK for the first time in the 80’s move to places like Reading and Slough rather than to Sheffield?

  125. 125
    Unemployed and skint in Birtley Colliery says:

    I have been down the Jobcentre this morning and can see you are not joking

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    Anonymous says:

    more of a rant than an article.

  127. 127
    A revolting Cypriot says:

    He might no be sitting so pretty when the euro crashes.

  128. 128
    albacore says:

    Do one.

  129. 129
    Anonymous says:

    She destroyed the Unions.

    That left a vacuum. There was no one left backing small industry.

    The subsequent governments cocooned in the safety of Westminster only listened to those with a voice. Therefore there was nothing other than the financial sector and the multi-nationals.

    We did not grow our own industry and became reliant on the financial sector. This was then seen as essential and given special powers. It grew uncontrolled without any competition for economic attention.

    Then it all fell down.

    She killed the voice of the industries, because they had become corrupted with power. But left the country biased and damaged.

    History shows the worst thing to do is to completely destroy an enemy.

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    Owen c@nt says:

    Self-employed taxi driver not had a fare all year nicely topped up to 30k . That’ll do nicely!

  131. 131
    Vince says:

    Just think of all that tonnage of bombs the Nazis wasted trying to grind down our manufacturing base, when all they had to do was have a word with Keith Joseph!

  132. 132
    Quiet Bat Person says:

    Because Maggie, the woman you worship, got a murderous tyrant called Pinochet off the hook.

  133. 133
    The British public says:

    Phillpott is proof positive that you can have as many kids as you like by as many different women and never work.

    If anything illustrates the failure in the welfare system- it’s him.

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    life in the real world says:

    No one should be able to claim any kind of benefits until they’ve paid into the system for a few years.

    When a relative moved to Greece several years ago,she had to have a certain amount of money deposited in a Greek bank account to prove she wouldn’t be a drain on the their system. Why can’t we introduce that here?

    When another relative tried to emigrate to Australia several years ago, he couldn’t because he didn’t have the skills they wanted. Why can’t we introduce that here?

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    maybe says:

    I don’t think Thatcher claimed her salary?

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    answer me this says:

    So why didn’t Labour reverse ANY of the measures she introduced????

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    Village Idiot says:

    A “Thatcher” library or similar institution is a brilliant idea..Trouble is,it may be subjected to “lefty” insanity and spite….Where can i send my donation???

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    Little Englander says:

    And now far too much is being spent subsidising failing uncompetitive lefty jobsworths in the public sector and in quangos, NGOs and fake charities and in bribing Labour’s core support of anti-everything groaners, moaners, whingers and their imported foreign electorate. And it is tax payers money being wasted.

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    Little Englander says:

    Good point, well made. Instead of “investing in growth” they imported a new foreign electorate “to rub the right’s nose in diversity” – and went to war.

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    Fish says:

    The most predictable article of the week.

    It seems that Liverpool people want to pick and choose what they want from the Hillsborough panel’s report.

    It shows that their is no evidence whatsoever that Thatcher was involved in a cover-up. I see that there is though no criticism of Blair and Straw for their part in playing the scousers along

  142. 142
    BBC Reporter (we never knew about Savile, honest guv) says:

    You can’t see me – right? I’m with that lot over there.

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    Jan says:

    Funny thing is that by the time Thatcher became PM there was NO British industry to speak of. I was working for a US company trying to source all manner of goods in the UK for our massive billion dollar projects. Because of where the projects were (outside the EU) we did not have to buy equipment from Europe. Our buyers tried to purchase in the UK but gave up….The materials we did purchase were always late…It was exhausting dealing with UK manufacturers.There was always some drama or other.

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    Red Ed is no terrier wrist says:

    I am going to dance on the grave of UK benefits.

  145. 145
    Owen says:

    I don’t get of bed these days unless it’s for the TV or radio.

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    Quiet Bat Person says:

    ‘Lefty’ – ha ha! Wrong.

    I just don’t confuse Realpolitik with Principles.

    And Maggie PREVENTED the Chileans dealing with the matter themselves, that’s the whole point. They wanted to try him, she stopped them from doing so.

  147. 147
    Frightened Inmate #2 says:

    Only from the neck down

  148. 148
    Col Nut says:

    And the blonde with wings is Linda McCartney.

  149. 149
    Malc Tucker says:

    an aged Jimmy Hill, an elderly Simon Cowell, and Brian Blessed

    LOVE the way Rich makes us guess

  150. 150
    Stevie Wonder says:

    Fantastic news that you can buy the original artwork.

    I’ve made a bid – I hope nobody beats me to it.

  151. 151
    Splooge says:

    Rich in name, but not in talent

  152. 152
    Taxi! says:

    Message for you ols son –

  153. 153
    Tax Payers Alliance says:

    If she had so much money, she should pay for her own cremation

  154. 154
    Leonardo says:

    “You can buy the original artwork here”

    there’s optimistic for you

  155. 155
    Can't afford it, don't have it says:

    @sagitariouse

    It should be obvious, shouldn’t it?

  156. 156
    Curse of lefties with no branes says:

    The whole point of the cartoon eluded you.

    The generallissimo is outside.

    FFS

  157. 157
    Paulo says:

    and Sunderland

  158. 158
    PC Blakelock says:

    yes

    next question

  159. 159
    lord_hard says:

    I need to change my glasses…. I cant recognise a single fucka

  160. 160
    praise_God_Barebones says:

    ones Gaddafi, the other Frankenstiens Monster, and as for the old git, I think its the guy from lord of the rings.

  161. 161
    praise_God_Barebones says:

    to harsh for this place

  162. 162
    praise_God_Barebones says:

    Will there be a Musical?

  163. 163
    Michael Jackson (RIP) says:

    I plan to make a bid myself (well my estate will on my behalf),
    I owe it to the white folks to preserve Western capitalist art.

    Im looking to download the digtial comic book version. any ideas?

  164. 164
    Private Greenhaus says:

    Im all for the Coalition forces, especialy Major-General Cameron, and his wingman Capt Clegg. (where is he these days?). More importantly will he be back here for 2015, and the coup d’etat by Labour?

  165. 165
    Brummie_Gem says:

    Great City Liverpool, and a great people too.
    Thatcher and Blair – from the same piece of dog-shite.
    Hopefully Blair won’t be far behind her ladyship.

  166. 166
    Percy sprout says:

    Fingers crossed

  167. 167
    Anonymous says:

    mmmm Chesterfield cigarettes – COUGH SPLUTTER PESWCH HACK HACK!!

  168. 168
    Anonymous says:

    The one in the uniform on the left was in Frankie Goes to Hollywood, wasn’t he? You know, the one that liked to wear tight leather black pants walking along the street in the middle of the day, taking his mother to the shops?

  169. 169
    Anonymous says:

    Saaaayyy Nancy, when will WE meet again?


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