May 29th, 2013

Loyal Coulson Speaks
Dave on Boris: “He’ll want my job next”

Andy Coulson has surfaced for the first time since his Downing Street walk out in 2011 to dispense some pearls of wisdom for those he left behind. Writing for July’s GQ, he gives “his ten-point masterplan for saving David Cameron and stopping Labour in 2015″. And he sticks it to Boris too. Guido is sure the advice will be welcomed with open arms…

Despite awaiting his September trial, Coulson has clearly been keeping one eye on the ball:

“The prime minister must push [Miliband] to take positions: expose his strategy (to keep his head down, silently hope that the economy continues to go wonky and, well, just be the other guy), challenge him to take a view on the tricky issues opposition politicians love to duck….I’m struck by how detached the opposition front bench appears to be from their leader…I just don’t think they rate him very much. And if they don’t there’s a good chance the public will feel the same way once they get to know him properly.”

He’s even got even stronger words for Balls:

“The prime minister should pray Ed Balls remains shadow chancellor until the election…Appointing him as George’s opposite number was the Miliband gift that will keep on giving… The Tories must look for the divisions and make the most of them a) because they are most certainly real – always a plus – and b) because it’s history repeating itself. We are in this hole at least in part because of the shamefully dysfunctional Blair/Brown relationship. Labour’s Two Eds dislike each other and each thinks he is smarter than the other. The Conservatives should imagine in some detail how it would work if they actually won…and share that vision with the British public.”

Other than what might come out at the Brooks and Coulson trial, the Tories other favourite topic of parlour conversation is Boris, and Coulson does not disappoint there either. The Mayor’s card is marked, it seems. Coulson reckons Boris wants the job but won’t tarnish the brand by moving against the PM.

“Number Ten’s Boris strategy should be simple.  Support his good ideas, advise privately on the bad ones, but only engage publicly if absolutely necessary – and celebrate Boris’ considerable successes. Boris Johnson desperately wants to be prime minister and David has known that fact longer than most.  When Boris asked me to pass on the message that he was keen to stand as mayor of London, David responded, “Well, if he wins, he’ll want my job next.”  If proof were needed that our PM is a man untroubled by self doubt, it came in his next sentence, “So I think he’ll be a bloody brilliant candidate for us”… Stabbing David, or anyone else for that matter, in the back would be distinctly off brand – just not very Boris.  He would much prefer to see David fail miserably in the election and ride in on his bike to save party and country.”

A little revenge, perhaps, for Boris saying at the height of the phone-hacking scandal that he had warned Dave and George off hiring the former Screws editor. You have to wonder what might be in that diary…


128 Comments

  1. 1
    Northern Benefits Sponger says:

    The UK should stay out of Syria, it’s nothing to do with us and any weapons supplied will end up on London Streets. Why is the foreign secretary such a wanker.

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    • 2
      William De W,anker says:

      Cos I have a good right wrist action.

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        Que is in. says:

        Sept is significant.
        the future will move out of the mother’s home and try his lick with someone else. He must always have peaceful relations with the motha.
        .
        in the world of 5 serving 8, i.e 2 gods.
        queen and country.
        one is the god the other the soul.
        as the tummi gets smaller…zero can get filled up by fulfilment rather than…
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        once fulfilment comes neither the godfather or the soul of the past is needed.
        #Jehovah’s witness.
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        queen is next to god and the soul sits next to the past.
        god’s queen and the soul of the past.
        let the past sleep.
        .
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        if you are peince charming then stay indoors.
        if you are the past then stay put.

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        • 29
          RIP Air Warden Hodges - MAINWARING!, oh God, you're here. says:

          Mathematics.

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          • RIP Air Warden Hodges - MAINWARING!, oh God, you're here. says:

            Vikki, in her dead disco days, I just simply love this tiny lady, platonic mind, hold and hug only, only if she asks,

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        • 33
          Only Wonderin' says:

          I wonder if Rebekah will use her adopted child (adopted after it became a liklihood that she would be embroiled in this political maelstrom) as some sort of humanistic mitigatation factor.

          Only wonderin’

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        • 40
          Blowing Whistles says:

          If only you could write in the lingo as is plain and simple English. However while you mentioned the Jehova’s Witnesses … Did you know that The JW’s was a ‘created for a purpose’ “cult” back in the ’30’s and that they really are a subsection of duplicity, trickery and deceit – a bit like all them TV religious Cults jimmy baker et all in the good old us of th easilly duped?

          It’s a bit of a convenient cult – for those who have been caught out to run off to; they then claim religious protection [The trick that even the scientologists use] for their misgivings …

          Snake-Oil-Religions so to speak.

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        • 58
          Fannia Voluptia says:

          Confucius say… WTF?

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    • 3
      Dave's Pram says:

      Dave is stupid enough to listen to coulson as he gets locked up!

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    • 4
      Balls and all says:

      There’s something odd about Balls just recently, he’s a shadow of his former self.

      Either there is something amiss in his personal life or he is deliberately keeping a low profile before doing something drastic.

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      • 9
        Tay King-dePisse says:

        There’s always the possibility that the psych medication has now started to kick in, finally. Or that he’s finally begun taking them at all. Or that Yvette has figured out a way to dissolve them in Ed’s lasagne sauce.

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        Co-Op Creditors Collection Service says:

        Ed Balls you say ? ‘Ave you seen ‘im around son ?

        Me and my partner ‘ere are lookin’ for ‘im. Apparently he owes the Co-Op a lot of money. They owe us a lot of money. So, you see, he owes us a lot of money.

        No, sorry pal, don’t mind the dog. He won’t hurt you. Down Slasher ! Good boy.

        So, if you see Ed around, just let ‘im know that McKray and Stropper from New Cross are looking for ‘im. And let ‘im know that it will be better for ‘im if he gets in touch sooner rather than later. We’re easy to find, so he shouldn’t try that on.

        I would leave you a card, but you look like a decent chap and I don’t think we need to get physical do we. As we have a good understanding. Don’t we ?

        Easy Stropper, the nice gentleman doesn’t need our card.

        Come on Slasher.

        ** Woof **

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      • 120
        Anonymous says:

        I thought that, i wondered if he was going to give up, and get a high profile job like Milliband D.

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    • 7
      EUSSR Kommissar says:

      He is doing and saying exactly what he is told.

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      • 19
        Point of Information says:

        And what broke country in the EU was primarily funding the insurgency in Syria ?

        France.

        This is a French mess and those fools across the channel can deal with the clean up.

        Not a UK problem.

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    • 17
      Lauren Booth says:

      I demand that Muslim children like my little girl should be allowed to swim in swimming pools in five start hotels in moslem countries

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      • 28
        Mohammed says:

        If the muslim hotel lets women swim in swimming costumes, then wear a proper swimming costume, you silly girl. Perhaps Egypt can do without being lectured by foreign fundamentalist babies. Oh, and go on a diet. Muslims don’t care for porkers in the pool.

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        Where is that c'unt Owen Jones when you need him says:

        Owen ! Owen !

        We’ve got a bogey. Young English Muzzie girl, white, not allowed to swim because she won’t wear a normal swimming costume.

        You’re on the next flight to Egypt.

        What do you mean you won’t go because she’s being racist ?

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      • 47
        NE Frontiersman says:

        How sad: a bright, trusting, articulate young girl, cynically embroiled by others in this cultural quagmire.

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          Head lice says:

          Yes, very sad to see young girls all wrapped up like Russian dolls. In some parts of the Islamic world these lasses are “allowed” to stay unwrapped until they, er, “become women”. But as usual, everything depends on the blinkered religiosity of the parents.

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          • The Prophet says:

            Phwoar! You can unwrap for me anytime, darling.
            Honest, officer, she told me she was nine years old. And girls these days make themselves up to look like ten or even eleven!

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          • Anonymous says:

            That poor kid will have a vitamin D deficiency trussed up like that.

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    • 88
      Got a badger for a head says:

      Why is anyone interviewing this chump. He is on bail for serious crimes. Who cares what he thinks.

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      • 96
        Why do black men wear baggy trousers says:

        Anyone who ever worked for Mr Murdoch always deserves a hearing – any fat sweaty old queen will tell you that.

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    • 117
      Anonymous says:

      NBSPONGER whereas you are such a failure you have nothing better to do at 1029 pm then write abusive posts, your family must be sp proud.

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  2. 5
    Only Abbott would think this is bad news says:

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      Lottery Winner says:

      We are getting out the fuck before it all goes tits up – stuff your Euro/WWF/Tory/Labour/LibDem/multiculti/green human rites shithole.

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    • 16
      Point of Information says:

      i) Is this a health issue ? No ? Then fuck off Abbott.

      ii) What has private purchases to do with Austerity ? If these are government purchases – Scoop ! Otherwise DM, what people spend their own cash on has nothing to do with austerity. (Controversial issue linked to benefits.)

      iii) Buying a plane is a good asset to purchase if you have the money to spend. As others have pointed out, good to have your own air transportation in the event that the manure pile of enrichment we have in the UK these days catches fire. Cheaper to buy than a house. More convenient for most than a boat.

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      i don't n eed no doctor says:

      Abbott is thick. Where else would she get 65k a year. What would she have to offer an employer?

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  3. 6
    CarryHole is a fat homuculus says:

    American MSM conspired to provoke racial incident.

    http://www.americanthinker.com/2013/05/new_evidence_shows_trayvons_life_unraveling.html

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    • 11
      US Watch says:

      The liberal left, which represent the politics of a large section of the media in US, have been pulling every stunt under the Sun to try and justify / coerce and nail into place the politically correct dogma that seems to have infected everywhere else.

      Stirring up racial tension and distorting situations such as the Zimmerman case are towards the top of the iceberg.

      Diversity trash is being pushed into the higher education system and places of employment. Controversial as many academics have rightly pointed out that such notions are by definition racist, contrary to the reasons they are being introduced.

      Several commentators have noted that several shows, some produced for the American market by the BBC, appear to have be designed to inflame racial tensions and promote division.

      The publishing of the addresses of gun owners by an MSM outlet in New York area earlier this year is another example of the dangerous and loony left at work in the US.

      Most people are not buying this though and are already awake to what is going on. Only a few more years until Obama is got rid of, unless he can be impeached first.

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      • 14
        Blowing Whistles says:

        The darker (criminal) side of all the puppet presis and Pms and who really pulls their strings is out there and the masses have cottoned on. The more they lurch to ‘lock down’ free speech and “Freedom of Expression” – the more they reveal their own dirty evil hands innit?

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          US Watch says:

          What is clear is that there are a bunch of assholes who seriously are not with the program.

          Whilst the people still have their guns, the ammunition and most importantly the will, this will fail.

          Obama has bigger problems such as Benghazi and balancing the defense budget.

          Appointing Kerry, if you have heard about the Swift Boats issue and the rest, to State was an insult. Many are not happy about the current situation.

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          • CarryHole is a fat homuculus says:

            There’s a picture of him helping out with treason in North Vietnam.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Your ”this will fail’ addendum is rather ambiguous. Obamba is as much as a ‘stooge’ as was Bushy boy, Clingon et al. Political Puppets on “Both sides of the Atlantic” is what they all are. “Frontmen stooges, criminals and generally ‘entrapped & blackmailed” fronts by their own misdemeanours are what they are.

            Know somewhat of the Swift Boats from memory – if correct very interesting.

            I used to hate Bill Microbrain but then I thought – hey thanks you fucker for letting the genie out of the bottle – and of course the ptb have a real problem now with hiding their indescretions. Surreal really if you can think that deeply?

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          • Tell It To Yo' Mama, Obama, says:

            Somebody please explain how the Internal Revenue Service, which is tasked with collecting taxes, and as of next year, with ascertaining that everyone will either be covered by health care insurance or obliged to pay a mulct to the Federal Government in lieu thereof, thought it was doing Obama a favour (definitely not acting at his behest– oh, dearie me, no) by, as the Yanks say, “bustin’ chops” with the delay in approval of tax-exempt status of “Tea-Party/Patriot” political organisations (which grant of such status is routine for such organisations of a more Leftie bent– whether those groups SHOULD be tax-exempt is another discussion)– and that the office tasked to do this was the one in the constituency represented by the Republican Leader, then in Opposition? In other words, you’re proposing using the tax police as the enforcement arm of your crowning achievement policy whilst using them as imperious nit-pickers against those who fought passage of that bill, in those people’s own backyard, whilst you’re trying the Hodge dodge with “Why aren’t the big corporations/’the 1%’ being forced to pay their ‘fair share’?” at the same time you’re shaking them down for campaign donations. But no, Barry the barrow boy, you don’t know jack about that sort of “rogue” operation. Same as you don’t know jack about Benghazi. Same as you don’t know jack about what Eric Holder, head of the “Justice” Dept., is doing to harass Fox News correspondent James Rosen (well, Eric’s never liked Fox– they report on his derelictions of duty) and CBS News Sharyl Attkisson (CBS has been known to stray off the reservation– it’s that Edward R. Murrow legacy) about “possible security breaches in how they obtained information in their reports.”

            One gets the feeling that, if all this were true, Obama is the Kevin Pollak character in Casino– you know, the one who was chosen as the public face because he didn’t know much and didn’t want to know much– and that’s the most flattering way he can be described in all this. And Dave goes over there to consult with this self-confessed ignoramus, if Obama can be taken at face value. It’s the lame leading the halt.

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  4. 12
    Blowing Whistles says:

    It all reads like perfect political timing in order to try and big up davey boy who is floundering at every level.

    Notice the slant – Keep the masses distracted enough to have them wanting to vote for one or the other of two evils – an “old, old trick” employed by the state and one of its other pillars … to keep ‘em divided and over-ruled …

    When Davey sinks – all of his mouthpiece 5hits in the press will have to go down with him … And the Eddys will be washed out to sea in the undercurrent too.

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    • 24
      Blowing Whistles says:

      ok – There is a tide coming in and the ‘rip tide’ [R.I.P] – will see the LIBLABCON – washed out to sea – and they can all have a jolly rogering among themselves.

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        Not Blowing Whistles says:

        You are not far off the truth at all BW. Kudos.

        Now that business is getting behind UKIP, business including the City, and the major party donors, the curtain which conceals the reality of what most of the members of the house are is being pulled back.

        And what an awful reality it was hiding.

        Without the $, politics is just a lot of ideas, deceit and lies.

        With the $ it is just the same but can be made to shine and look good.

        Without the $ the rotten truth is laid bare.

        Midas is now touching UKIP, and as its grip tightens this beacon shall outshine all.

        Business has realized that UKIP offer the best choice if the EU fails, as seems more likely now. UKIP are prepared to take the UK out if the people ask for this at referendum.

        Business has also realized that Westminster style party politics is not a good strategy for representing its interests in the EU Parliament.

        Many have said that the EU Parliament and system is undemocratic. This is true in part.

        It is anti-democratic for those who are smart.

        To get clout a member state needs a robust representation, which can lobby other member states as one and command enough votes to have a chance at swinging a decision. Single party representation is best.

        LibLabCon in EU essentially splits the UK vote in the chamber. Not smart.

        UKIP, offering the get out clause and with a good chance of winning UK majority in the European elections next year is the most logical choice to back. And for the people of the UK to vote for.

        In or Out, LibLabCon are finished for the time being, and only two, maybe even one (Labour) will still be around by 2020.

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          Blowing Whistles says:

          Have noted your comment – however I DO NOT like your use of several keywords / a phrase i.e.
          Beacon, Prepared, Robust, Swinging, In the Chamber ….

          They are mantra words / phrases oft use by fucking duplicitous masons.

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          • Not Blowing Whistles says:

            Yes they are nice words, aren’t they ;-)

            Feel free to read further into the symbolism I have alluded to as well.

            I would suggest not being unduly irritated by this, but if you keep an eye on UKIPs communications and image moving forward you will see some changes which may seem familiar. It has already started in fact.

            They shall be emergent from the ashes so to speak. Once Dave has finished pi$$ing on the torch of Nimrod.

            Note that since the Edinburgh incident, Nigel has had to now employ security and no longer travels to meet the people on his own, as he did previously. He is no longer a stranger.

            It certainly is interesting to see what happens when there is true disorder, when you know what your looking at.

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        • 122
          Anonymous says:

          If you think business is “getting behind ukip,”you must be in a worse state than i thought !

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  5. 13
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    In just three years time I will be borrowing money to repay the National Debt.

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  6. 15
    Saffron says:

    What a bunch of asshole so called leading LIBLABCON politico’s we have right now and guys like Coolman trying to capitalise on their failings.
    What this country now needs and is getting is a party who says it like it is without fear or favour and I for one believe that UKIP are the only party in recent times who have the main stream parties wetting their pants as to how they might counteract this threat to their cosy exsistence.
    I and I suspect many others have had enough of these three spin parties and we have now seen through you and I for one will be voting UKIP and I urge others to do the same if you want your country back under our control.

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    • 109
      Old Blind Pugh says:

      A clip from the Guardian, the paper Geedo loves to hate, “A new poll claimed most voters think the Tories are more divided now than under John Major in the 1990s. Asked whether Cameron is presiding over a more divided party than his Tory predecessor, 56% agreed and 23% disagreed, according to a poll by ComRes for The Independent. Just 29% of those questioned thought Cameron has the leadership qualities to win outright in 2015.” The line that gets me is ” the Tories are more divided now than under John Major in the 1990s” all I can say is who would have believed it, if the comments on this blog are anything to go by the party seems ready split in two, Dave should have been more decisive and not surrounded himself with Eton/public school “they are one of us” people. Dave started of well he had a mountain to move to get public acceptability but he had been pushing at an open door as regards Brown, Dave has to remember he is the one in the driving seat and he has to keep his back seat drivers under control, the longer he leaves it the harder it will be for him in the long run.

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  7. 21
    Nick says:

    The headline needs three apostrophes instead of opening quotation marks.

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      Tachybaptus says:

      This mistake happens automatically with ‘curly quotes’ generators, such as that of WordPress, like this: ‘ello. You have to write ”ello and then go back and delete one of them (I think that’ll work).

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  8. 25
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

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      Mong Watch says:

      Is that the B!ll that the general public have conspicuously not demanded, happens to unnecessarily harm civil liberties and MI-5 among others would perhaps prefer not to be debated in the house as they do not want their failings which led to Woolwich noted down in Hansard for posterity ?

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      • 52
        Fishy says:

        If it keeps me and my family safe, I’m all for it. Only narcissistic non-entities would object to someone keeping tabs on those who would blow us up or cut our heads off.

        I don’t do those things so no-one will give a toss about my searches or e-mail traffic and I couldn’t give two hoots if they did.

        Of course the traitorous Lib Dems see themselves as too important to put the country first – the bone headed lily livered multi-c idiots would see us all put at risk for a wrong-headed dogma.

        It’s time the Lib Dems were consigned to the dustbin of politics and were treated with the utter contempt that their meagre poll rating deserves.

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        • 56
          Blowing Whistles says:

          You be a good little sheep and keep posting things like that – and as long as you are so fucking thick you’ll keep on being one of the most over taxed and lied to ‘believers’ in that your government are there to protect you – they’re not they’re there to tax you for all of your life and keep you in that field with the “rest of the stoopid easily made fearful fucking SHEEP”.

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          • shawn says:

            The personal abuse really adds gravitas to your argument, although some would suspect you are trying to mask its weakness. Personally, I would just say that you are a conceited prick.

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        • 57
          CarryHole is a fat homuculus says:

          Looking through everyone’s emails instead of jihadis makes sense to you?

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        • 70
          Mong Watch says:

          There is a quote from Ben Franklin which you should read and reflect on for a day or so:

          ‘They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.’

          Now, whilst I do care about the safety of yourself and your family as an empathic type, I care about my individual liberty more.

          Those who would put at risk the liberty of others by calling for such dangerous legislation to be passed would face three risks rather than none:

          i) The original risk, which would remain. This would not stop militant muzzies or anyone else attacking what you hold dear if they so choose to do so.

          ii) The government. They may find something of yours, or your children’s which is badly phrased, leading to a terror alert. There is even the possibility your details may be used to frame you for something. This happens at present.

          iii) People who are somewhat sworn to defend and restore liberty at any / all personal cost for the greater good of all. You would be an enemy of liberty.

          Two Risks have been gained. One is quite serious: the government. The other is less but cannot be ignored.

          The argument that ‘I have nothing to hide so my privacy is irrelevant’ is false. If you are comfortable with the scheme then simply CC your local police station with every email you send, forward through a copy of all your phone calls (taped), and send them a snapshot of your internet cache(s) on at least a daily basis.

          In fact: If you are that comfortable with having nothing to hide then you may as well start posting those details on this blog. The readers can then confirm that you are not involved in anything which could harm either ourselves or our families and we may sleep easier for that.

          I do not mean to be harsh or rude, but am trying to make a point. It is difficult to see this point if your perception of reality has been distorted.

          In the case of Woolwich, the security services knew the perpetrators and were monitoring them already. They would have been covering those that these guys associated with as well, and probably the families, pets and guys who deliver their milk.

          With all that the soldier was still killed.

          Extending monitoring to cover everyone only has negative consequences for the majority. It will do nothing other than perhaps hinder further the ability of those who claim to be keeping us safe on actually doing what they are paid to do.

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          CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

          That’s the excuse Labour gave when they introduced the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act. They said it was only going to be used to investigate Terrorism and serious crime. Once it was brought in, the government then allowed local councils to use it to check if you lived in the right areas to send your kids to one of the few good state schools, keeps tabs on you walking your dog to make sure it wasn’t shitting on the footpath, make sure you were putting your rubbish in the right coloured bin, etc. In fact local councils used the RIPA Act a damned site more often than the security services.

          If they bring in the snoopers charter it won’t be long before they intercept the communications of anyone criticising government, both local and national, and dealing with them accordingly. Don’t believe for one minute our politicians are thinking of the public’s security. Politicians lie and they’ll make sure they themselves are exempt from the Act.

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    I SAY I SAY I SAY everyones a winner says:

    Whats a trainee barmaid and Andy Coulson got in common ?

    Soon they’ll both be behind bars

    Arf Arf

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  10. 37
    Lets call a spade a spade says:

    Boris Johnson has the morals of a character from ‘Shameless’ and is part of the underclass but with an education.

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  11. 39
    Bazinga! says:

    Why would Boris want to lead a bunch of losers? Jesus when you look at our political elite all you see are utter mongs. Cameron, Gideon, Red Ed, Testicles and his child wife, Harman, Farage, it goes on and on.

    I give up, even a military dictatorship would be shit looking at the mongs in charge of the forces.

    Perhaps we should just put the Queen in charge (no not Mandy the real one)

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    • 42
      Constitution Watch says:

      Not really possible whilst the Bill of Rights is still in force. Thankfully.

      However: It is was this would be a want Elizabeth get Charles or William deal.

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  12. 41
    Suspended for wearing a poppy badge says:

    http://postimg.org/image/n61df0dcd/

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    • 45
      CarryHole is a fat homuculus says:

      Hopefully someone will offer this man a much better job than working for that crap supermarket.

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      • 91
        Anonymous says:

        Hopefully the Coalition will stop using Morrisons as the venue for ‘addressing the people’! George doing his ‘mockney’ was something no one should have been subjected to. What an utter twat.

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    • 48
      Casual Observer says:

      The employer probably has the individual banged to rights. Best to do what they ask if it is dress code and you are in a customer facing role.

      The ‘Witness Statement’ bullshit is just standard intimidation in case this goes to arbitration hearing.

      Whoever it is would be advised to handle the disciplinary professionally maybe through Union, and just agree to abide by terms of employment contract with regards dress code: If they care about this position.

      If the person doesn’t care, just wait it out. Best to start looking for a new job now, there will be others out there.

      If the employer sees this image on line, as it is marked private / confidential this could constitute automatic dismissal on grounds of gross misconduct.

      The employer in this case is a good English brand, it is a shame they have taken this issue this far.

      It really is not worth doing a disciplinary hearing over a poppy badge and bracelet.

      List of non-entities who should perhaps be common purpose background checked:

      Lee Whyte
      Jackie Skittlethorpe
      Janine Phillips
      Neil McKenna
      Pauline Bailey

      – Current Location: Portsmouth area / Morrisons – Victory Retail Park, PO1 QP.

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  13. 44
    RIP Air Warden Hodges - MAINWARING!, oh God, you're here. says:

    You know Guido, when you post a welshish thread late afternoon, you know you are gong to get trouble. But fuck that, western Scotland’s western Atlantic gulf streamed apple trees grown,

    no no NOOO!!

    OH JEEZZUZ CHROIST!

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    • 71
      RIP Air Warden Hodges - MAINWARING!, oh God, you're here. says:

      I think you should have picked a better person than me, but hey, I am good as anyone, I suppose, but we all have to go one day, I all ways, and seems this is mine.
      Pants way to go out, ey lads, toasted with a load of roast duckling geese and piggies. But when you have to go, you have to go, for the bigger picture.

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  14. 46
    Bazinga! says:

    There is a whole world of shit about to come down on Obama be it on Benghazi or Eric Holder yet if you visit the BBC website and go to the US section there is no mention of it.

    Obama is in serious shit and even the lackie media in the US is having to face up to the fact Obama is in deep shit.

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    • 53
      Fannia Voluptia says:

      I remember that nasty little lefty coke head wetting himself with joy on 5 Live when Barry won in 2008. It was not a pleasant experience listening to the BBC lose all credibility concerning Obama.

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    • 63
      US Watch says:

      Hilary initially got it in the neck for Benghazi, but as Commander in Chief Obama bears responsibility, and it would seem was a lot more involved than previously thought, or admitted.

      Using the IRS to target Conservative groups has also irritated many. This kind of dirty politic sometimes happens at the state / city levels, but for it to be organized at the Federal level with a major agency is not only without precedent but also a serious line crossed.

      These are the most serious issues right now.

      The developments in Syr!a could prove to be a final nail in waiting. Russia looks like it is putting support back behind Assad, and this is shaping up almost for a direct confrontation with the US. With troop draw downs, pivot towards Asia, and real terms defense cuts likely to go through, Russia have timed this perfectly at a point where the US is weak in the region.

      And that is after Obama was trumped by Ch!na in DPRK peace negotiations.

      Another serious domestic screw up, like the IRS issue, could be enough for the people to demand an impeachment.

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  15. 50
    Nick Griffin MEP says:

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    • 64
      RIP Air Warden Hodges - MAINWARING!, oh God, you're here. says:

      MEIN GODT, Nick. I like Nick, and you might be baffled why, but I see a certain something. But I am welsh after all, and we accept any colours of the political flag in our land, for fair discussion.

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      • 82
        England!! says:

        RIP, I’ve been reading your comments for a few days now, in the hope that you were’nt just a typical Welsh windbag.

        I am disappointed – you are a bleeding typical, whinging Welsh toss-pot.

        Shut up! To think they ridiculed Bi.l.l.l.y
        Bo.w.d.e.n… he was far more lucid than you’ll ever hope to be!

        Just piss off, you opinionated gob-shyte!

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        • 114
          HARD WORKING SELF EMPLOYED PERSON says:

          Plus 1000

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          • Vote Tory for (as yet undisclosed) expenses claims says:

            OMG Everything we hold dear is based on modernised, westernised Christianity. Forget human rights we drafted in Britain for the world after Hitler. Oh no perhaps it is the 1930s he wants to return to. Ah yes I am sure that would suit him fine.

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          • Vote Tory for (as yet undisclosed) expenses claims says:

            BTW anyone who thinks the Strasbourg versions of some of our UK and US drafted human rights has not gone too far is captivated by the EU and specifically the ECtHR.

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  16. 59
    RIP Air Warden Hodges - MAINWARING!, oh God, you're here. says:

    Life consequences I like like to play,
    without pills GP nor Pharmy factory.
    Head clear as we should be any bad,
    clear and sound see any fecking sad.

    Life at it’s sharp end, nibbling bums,
    say get of my arse, as we hum.
    Then oh God, tidal wave, can’t cope,
    so doc you go twat, for some dope.

    Can’t get people these days, going to their pusher generally known as a GP. Ey Sigrid und Marina Am I speaking sense her ladies?

    Ja?

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  17. 62
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Isn’t it funny / odd / strange / bizzare / weird / Inconcievable / pathetic / miserable / revealing that not one legal person has been properly nicked / arrested under caution / indicted / charged with ANY OFFENCE WHATSOEVER – in the Leveson inquiry and follow on issues about Sovile etc …?

    Doesn’t it make you wonder if they’re not running a self-protection society whereby ‘they’ and their friends appear – inconcievably above the laws of the land that the rest of us are ‘subject’ to, a bit like what Commie Russia was run like for the benefit of the “few” [chosen] for some 70 years or so?

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  18. 65
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Taffy – must love being the biggest and most overtly stupid sheep in the field of his ‘fellow thick and most dumbed down of intelligence sheep’. He must think he is a Leg End in his own lunchtime. His brotherhood of thick sheepskin wearing lodgemen must be so proud of him…

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    • 73
      zeus says:

      taffy ain’t taffy… it’s a team from that military intelligence faction of oh so fucking wonderful atheist commies… you know the fuckers who planted things in the walls of the mod mb when it was being refurbished so that when el queeno came to open the tarted up hq they could blow her into a bazillion pieces. but they fucked up so they then resorted to attempting to launch several nuke warheads from a submarine destination balmoral. can’t tell you why they didn’t succeed on that one for fairly obvious reasons.

      could go on and on and on and on but that is what they want.

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    • 75
      Taffy's Fuck Buddy says:

      Baa.

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  19. 67
    RIP Air Warden Hodges - MAINWARING!, oh God, you're here. says:

    My favourite ginger minge from time – Maureen,

    Time machine please, so I could go back and shag it, HG Wells.

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    • 68
      RIP Air Warden Hodges - MAINWARING!, oh God, you're here. says:

      Saw her this afternoon, Maureen, in this film – still alive and still going strong. She can come and smack my little boy botty whenever she wants, oh yes.

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  20. 69
    Jimmy says:

    “his ten-point masterplan”

    Is one of them not hiring a press officer who’s about to get his collar felt?

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  21. 74
    RIP Air Warden Hodges - MAINWARING!, oh God, you're here. says:

    SCIENCE! what were we on about again, wibble!

    yes nurse, I did swallow my medication, so there is no need to sick that needle UP MY ARSE!! bugger

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  22. 76
    RIP Air Warden Hodges - MAINWARING!, oh God, you're here. says:

    Coulson now says, “Ginger minge”,

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  23. 79
    Hurricane Higgins says:

    El ahorro en España se destinan principalmente por el desagüe.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2013/may/28/bankia-shares-tumble-savings-spain

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  24. 81
    The tit in no. 10 (but for much longer at all now) says:

    For my next holiday I’m going to Split.

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  25. 83
    kayjays says:

    The BBC on Coulson is devious as ever:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-22690011

    The headline “Boris wants PM to fail” is not what he said at all. It is actually the opposite of what Coulson said of Boris: that it was not his style to stab someone in the back, and that he would rather Cameron fail than assassinate him. Not the same thing at all, but the BBC would not understand the difference.

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    • 87
      600 BBC Reporters ready to "invade" says:

      The BBC are also busy beating the drums of War for Syrian Intervention……”something MUST be done” they say and then when it allgoes “its up” they’ll be queuing up to say “WE told you so !”

      The BBC doing what it does best…”stirring up trouble”

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  26. 84
    RoseGardeinne says:

    Big Joke!
    They are promising to bring in legislation from 2015.
    And they all have straight faces.

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  27. 85
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    Rather than coming up with public utterances about how people should act in public life I would rather Mr Coulson hurried up and answered the allegations which have beleaguered this country for far too long about criminal activity in the Press and Media.

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  28. 89
    The EU has failed says:

    I’ll believe the BBC is less unbiased when it puts up the headline ‘Labour wants economy to fail’.

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  29. 92
    Anonymous says:

    Before the Conservatives gloat too much on the thought that Balls may still be there and available as the bad face of the NuLab spending splurge, they should recall they endorsed it.

    The official opposition under Cameron not oppose the NuLab spending and borrowing and made half-hearted attempts to oppose only some of the regulatory expansion. More significantly Osborne promoted the policy of sharing the proceeds of future growth in the economy between the private sector (you, me and our employers) and the public sector (which had expanded fast). In other words, Osborne wanted to maintain the public sector at fully half our national output.

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    • 94
      Vote Tory, get heir to Blair says:

      But it was Labour and Brown who were cheering on the bankers most and urging them to take reckless risks with borrowing. This is what he said at Lehman Brothers ten days before it went tits up.

      “I would like to pay tribute to the contribution you and your company make to the prosperity of Britain,” Mr Brown told Lehman bankers in London’s Canary Wharf . “During its 150 year history, Lehman Brothers has always been an innovator, financing new ideas and inventions before many others even began to realize their potential.”

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      • 99
        Anonymous says:

        Seems to me both Lab and Con where just in a competition to prove how much banker cock they could take. Still the same. None of the parties can face the fact that it’s over. They all think that with just another few years of shit the ‘good times’ will come back. They won’t.

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        • 102
          The Boy Plunger says:

          When in Opposition wasn’t Dave trying to match Labour spending pound for pound?

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  30. 93
    Vote Tory, get heir to Blair says:

    “Following the very peculiar ComRes poll for Open Europe there is a more normal one out tonight – their monthly telephone poll for the Independent. Topline voting intention figures with changes from last month are CON 30%(-2), LAB 34%(-4), LDEM 10%(+1), UKIP 17%(+4).”

    At the last General election the Tories got 36%, Labour 29%, Lib Dems 23% and UKIP 3%.

    Although the Tories have lost 6%, UKIP have gained 14% so where has the other 8% come from?

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  31. 97
    Dhimmi says:

    Watch as the Lee Rigby story gently falls out of the news. The establishment (media, BBC, politicians) have decided, perhaps unconsciously, that this kind of event, if it happens only every 4 or 5 years, is a price worth paying for doing nothing about rabid Islamism, immigration and the status quo.

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  32. 98
    Toby Young says:

    Little know Owen Jones fact: He watches CBeebies to catch up on current affairs. I don’t let him watch the news.

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  33. 101
    Chillaxed Dave says:

    Jog off, Coulson. Look at all the bother I got into listening to chap who went to a bog-standard comprehensive! My old Eton chums haven’t put a foot wrong…

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  34. 103
    Brian Leveson says:

    Andy Coulson says he knew nothing about what was going on in that newspaper whenn he was its Editor.

    However when he was in the seat of power at 10 Downing Street he knew everything about everybody.

    Have I got this right Mr Jay?

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  35. 105
    Anonymous says:

    “what might come out at the Brooks and Coulson trial”

    I’d like Rebekah’s tits to come out.

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  36. 106
    Mrs Duffy from Rochdale says:

    I suppose this Mr Coulson is one of the 57,000 people on police bail walking the streets.

    I suspect everytime I go out I pass loads of criminals in the street . What they have been up to is anyone’s guess.

    I thought Mr Cameron was in favour of law and order. 57,000 outstanding bail applications means 57,000 unsolved crimes sitting on policemen’s desks and they are banned from working overtime to deal with the backlog.

    Even if a third of these people are convicted that is another 19,000 to lock up .

    With this lot in charge they will probably put them up in Travel Lodge and send us the bills.

    Where all these flocking criminals come from,I have no idea.

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  37. 111
    Steve Miliband says:

    Who is Ed Miliband?

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  38. 112
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    I’m old enough to remember the Chilcot Inquiry taking place, can’t remember the outcome though.
    And wasn’t there an Andrew Mitchell inquiry, something Hogan-Howe was looking into, is that what the police call fast response?

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  39. 115
    We're fraced boyo, fill in the claims forms says:

    How long before the Welch earth tremor is blamed on man made rock fracturing?

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  40. 125
    Vote Tory for (as yet undisclosed) expenses claims says:

    Wearing my smartest outfit: that bicycle doesn’t cut it does it? What we need is some means of ensuring this economy veers into the economic fast lane. I don’t trust any LibLabCon sadly.

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  41. 128

    Good day! Do you know if they make any plugins to protect against
    hackers? I’m kinda paranoid about losing everything I’ve worked hard on.
    Any recommendations?

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