May 30th, 2013

Chic-Ken Clarke

One gem from Andy Coulson’s GQ masterplan, the back story from the above photo.

“One of the more surreal conversations I had during the last election campaign came in a post-lunch call from Ken Clarke. “A man from the Mirror has chased me to the restaurant,” he said. “He’s dressed as a chicken. I’m not in the least bit bothered. I’m rather partial to chicken, but I would like to know exactly why he is here.” I had no idea but rang the editor of the Daily Mirror to politely seek an explanation of the stunt. “Er, basically he’s there because it’s bloody funny,” he told me. Which was more than fair enough.”

Nothing wrong with a chicken suit at election time…


240 Comments

  1. 1
    Right Full Rudder says:

    Libel laws. Libel laws. Libel laws.

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  2. 2
    Labour is off its ED says:

    Is that it?

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  3. 4
    Tulip Breath says:

    That’s a belter Guido. Any more like that?

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  4. 5
    Pandora Spankingham-Wopp says:

    Couldn’t they have got Coulson to wear a disguise?

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    • 13
      UKIP or bust says:

      Perhaps it was one of those ‘Anonymous’ ghillies who posted some of the EDL’s phone numbers while hiding their own identities, their chicken, aren’t they?

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      • 40
        Dave is finished says:

        Guido is a anonymong supporter, didn’t yer know?

        He’s become very politically correct of late and is much like Ian Hislop.

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        • 157
          Gottapickapocketor2 says:

          Probably like the ‘Daily Mail’ – posing as right wing to allow the plebs to vent – actually as Kosher as Trotsky….hope I’m wrong, though.

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          • Safety Valve Service says:

            You are not wrong, the Wail and Labourgraph are both pro-EU rags, who, when push comes to shove, always line up with the federalist quislings.

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  5. 6
    Vote Tory, get heir to Blair says:

    KC is saying: “I am feeling a bit uncomfortable with a big cock prodding me in the back.”

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    • 7
      Vote Tory, get heir to Blair says:

      “At least wait while I’ve had my lunch”.

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    • 12

      Vince cable has left his hat behind again.
      He’s getting awfully forgetful in his old age.

      Maybe its time we all looked at some brochures of Homes for him..And he’d be happier with people of his own age. And people who remember red Len and the communism and 10 CC. It might be nice for him, eh?

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      • 19
        Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

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        • 29
          CarryHole is a fat homunculus says:

          Might be due to the fact that the English Rugby team are currently a bit shite.

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        • 35
          High Street, Twickenham says:

          I was feling quite chipper before Vince swung by. Now all I can feel is the inevitability of failure, decay and decrepitude.

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      • 49
        broderick crawford says:

        what about bill. haley and thebcomets … and ohnnie rae ….. and kenneth horne and indeed. vince …….. hill??

        would the reminiscing. of. bygone days of his youth be memory enhancing d you think . ???

        i really worry about him now ….

        d you know he even forgets. he made a manifesto pledge to students not to upmtheir university fees. .

        we show him the writte text but he’ ll have none of it …..says it s all a communist plot…

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    • 41
      Hi. I'm Barry Scott says:

      Better than a big cock being prodded into a small child’s bottom.

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  6. 8
    Outside the bubble says:

    If this is the standard of tittle-tattle and gossip going round Westminster at the moment, no wonder the country is fucked

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  7. 9
    Markarse (is a) Bigcock says:

    There’s nothing like a good laugh, and ed’s lafties are the joke.

    Oh look a big chicken, Hillarious * yawns and stretches*

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  8. 14
    Family Guy says:

    Haaaaaa! The Giant Chicken is Boba Fett.

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  9. 17
    Andy Bumhum says:

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    • 21
      i don't n eed no doctor says:

      Burnham, you are a total hypocrite. How the f**k do you sleep at night. Resign you scumbag.

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      • 48
        Topical Hyperbole says:

        If the muzzie extremists could take the fucker out, they may well get those virgins. Even their God would have to reward that.

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        • 51
          Internet (Twitter) Rumor Mill says:

          Word is, Andy Burnham described Anjem Choudry’s as being gay and the son of a sow.

          Not that it can be substantiated, but worth spreading…

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    • 22
      Mrs. Max Factor (roll on) says:

      Nah, we’re too chicken: see photo above.

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    • 26
      Fishy says:

      Justice for the 1200

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      • 33
        Fishy says:

        Actually, justice for Julie Bailey also.

        Julie Bailey’s crime was to expose the truth about the state imposed cult that the NHS has become – there for the benefit of its employees.

        Once again the left show themselves to be no lovers of free speech and democracy.

        http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/nick-cohen/2013/05/julie-bailey-enemy-of-the-people/

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        • 121
          Blowing Whistles says:

          What you don’t get Fishy is that both of The Left and The Right are as one whne it comes to fucking over the taxpayer … when you learn not to pump for one or the other you will have relieved yourself of your “Lifetimes Blinkers” … See things from the perspective of not being in one or the others tribal camp and Bob’s yeur uncle.

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          • Del Boy says:

            Divide(r) and Rule(r), the symbols of the Masonic order.

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    • 154
      Bazinga! says:

      Bumboy Burnhan’s ‘solution’ to NHS overcrowding. He calls it the “Stafford pathway.”

      http://www.teara.govt.nz/files/p21000cp.jpg

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    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    Francois – my hero !!

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    • 28
      CarryHole is a fat homunculus says:

      Good to see such growth in France…

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    • 30
      The EU has failed says:

      And yet the swivel-eyed loons still believe in the doomed EU project. It is as unsinkable as the Titanic.

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      • 34
        Sir William Waad says:

        Like wasps persistently butting the same closed window.

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      • 52
        broderick crawford says:

        BRITAIN CALLING EUROPEAN MAINLAND SAYS

        titanic to marie celeste. mayday. mayday

        EUROPEAN MAINLAND’S REPLY

        malhereusement ve do not recognise anglais aa yo u are not in da eurozone ..so
        you ‘ave to say in a convincing french accent

        m’aidez. m’aidez. s’il vous plAit …. and zen you ave to grovel and lick our (jack) boots. … zen. maybe just maybe ve vill zink about it. .

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        • 54
          broderick crawford says:

          WUSSES !!!

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        • 202
          Your new manager (for this week) says:

          Ship radio operator: Mayday mayday, help, we are sinking. Mayday.

          Kraut coastguard: Hallo. Vot is it you are you sinking about?

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    • 55
      Ils sont bonkeurs en France says:

      They tax jobs heavily in France. Instead of employee and employer NI contributions of adding up to about 20% of the wage bill for a typical firm in Britain, in France the sum is between 60-80% on top of the wage bill.

      And get this, one of Mad Frankie Hollande’s only policies has been to raise these job taxes even more. No wonder unemployment’s going up. What a plonkeur !

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      • 58
        broderick crawford says:

        the plonkeurs should do stand up gig at. jongleurs. comedy store .

        .. if it s still a going concern.

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        • 92
          Francois Holland says:

          It eez no joke. I smash ze biznees and destroy the wealthe.

          Now I make millions have no jurb. Everyone become dependant on ze welfare state and so they vote socialiste forever.

          I get ze last laugh mes amis!

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      • 68
        CarryHole is a fat homunculus says:

        Yep, they put up petrol tax in order to “help” us use less…

        But when they put up taxes on work and employment (Employee NI, corp, dividend, cap gains, income and employer NI) they never say it’s to help have less wealth creation.

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    • 56
      Edouard Milibande says:

      Francois Hollande is a friend of mine and I look forward to building a new alliance with him.

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  11. 23
    Ed Miliband says:

    At the next PMQs I will be asking the Prime Minister why Chilcot has not reported yet. It’s a shambles, an absolute shambles, and another example of this incompetent government.

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    • 31
      The EU has failed says:

      At the next PMQs I will not be asking why the EU is going down the shitter.

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  12. 32
    Sir William Waad says:

    Is Guido trying to make Coulson appear a dullard?

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    • 81
      Why do black men wear baggy trousers says:

      Why would anyone need to try?

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    • 126
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Isn’t all this Coulson crap a mirror of Alky Campbell – becoming the story … and you know what they say about becoming the story …

      Oh and aren’t the establishment and its 4 pillars – fucked, fucked fucked – we’re fucked – who said almost the same in Jo Moore / Stephen Byers’ time – And isn’t histerical bull5hit and spin repeating itself?

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  13. 39
    Anonymous says:

    Tell us where your nuthouse is situated and we’ll come and blow the fucker up, you taffy twonk.

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  14. 44
    The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

    The question is, was that Ben Fellows in the costume ? ;-)

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  15. 45
    Speaking Of Cocks says:

    Mr Vazeline® The Slipperiest Substance On The Planet announces the out come of a lifetimes work and sucking on the public teat:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leicestershire-22713082

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    • 128
      Blowing Whistles says:

      As a lawyer and prior to becoming an MP – didn’t he just gain access to a lot of dirty info on several tory MP’s and wot they were up to down at the Elm Guest House – entrapment / blackmail / silence / leveraging / anyone [but the public interest of course]?

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  16. 47
    Nick says:

    What a ludicrous creature in that picture.

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  17. 50
    sir boffton toffton mp - what says:

    pheasant plucking on the cheep?

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  18. 53
    Daily Mirror says:

    It’s about time we were put to sleep

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  19. 57
    Anonymous says:

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      Anonymous says:

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      • 69
        Rodent says:

        Why’s he pulling some Paqqi English there…….like Steve McLaren and his Dutch English

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      • 70
        The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

        We guarantee that non of the plants audience will be asking about these views expressed by Mehdi on QT tonight.

        Twitter feed is less controllable though…

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  20. 59
    Brown out & pay me damages. Respect my legal rights says:

    Tripe!

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  21. 61
    Uriah Creep says:

    Coulson is a leech & a crap spin doctor. Why the fuck are we being fed tripe from a criminal?

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    • 130
      Blowing Whistles says:

      He is the new Alistair Campbell – the front for the 4th estates’ Press “Hounders” – they hound people to death who dare to speak out against corrupt governments if you get my drift re down in the woods?

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  22. 65
    The Eagle Sisters says:

    Girls with balls? That’ll be Yvette Cooper and I claim my prize.

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  23. 72
    EU Watch says:

    You really couldn’t make it up…

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    • 73
      EU Watch says:

      Worth keeping an eye on EUR tomorrow, especially if this gets hot:

      Blockupy are an anti-capitalist outfit, but so long as it is not in London, all is cool.

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      • 89
        CarryHole is a fat homunculus says:

        Occupy Blockupy.

        Take their photos and make sure they can’t claim benefits.

        I’d also collect any corporate goods (Ip[o|a]ds, Nikes, Gap Sweaters etc) from them, call it redistribution…

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        • 134
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Ahh So … The banksters (and we all know who they are don’t we child.ren) have at arms length employed another “Rent-A-Mob” to keep up the continuing chaos and division whereby the banksters will be laughing yet again from their perspective of controlling ultimately [follow the money] both the left and the right …

          They really are laughing their bollox off at the dumbed down masses … dear oh dear oh dear – and a press msm (bankster controlled too) who aid and abet them …

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  24. 74
    Just stop, please. Please stop says:

    Please, please, stop. Cease. Desist.

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  25. 76
    EU Watch says:

    In case you were planning a trip to a civil war zone:

    With the government decision this week to outlaw all strikes – which has understandably irritated the unions – could be lively.

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  26. 77
    UKIP Mong says:

    The game is up.

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  27. 79
    Stanley Baldwin says:

    Posting videos of yourself is a bit infra-dig, old chap.

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  28. 80
    Cigar Chomper says:

    Clarke is unflappable. One of Britain’s best ever Chancellors.

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    • 85
      Ken Clarke from the Jurassic Park says:

      I think Britain should join the Euro. It’s vital for our success.

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    • 137
      Blowing Whistles says:

      He is a leading light ‘front of the bilderbugghers. They must have ‘the dirt’ on him then – which would of course explain EVERYTHING ABOUT his illogical and inverted of the truth illogical logic? [e.g. He remains protected for all his misdemeanours by his 'handlers / controllers - they who hold "The Dirt" on him]

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  29. 82
    Universal Hiss says:

    I’ve just been looking at Owen Jones Twitter feed.

    He will be addressing The People’s Assembly(WTF is that?)at Brighton after a sell out gig in Bristol last night.

    He is sharing the platform with Mark Steel & Caroline Lucas. What’s to like?

    The photos are funny. The audience looks like they have hijacked a lorry full of lemons & have been sucking furiously all afternoon.

    Don’t you just love lefties?

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    • 90
      Casual Observer says:

      The People’s Assembly = Like a trade union without workers, income or influence.

      The analogy should be similar to what a notable socialist did in Munich Beer halls some time back, but this time with lemons not beer. :-D

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      • 97
        Tay King-dePisse says:

        OJ’s attempt to bring back the 1926 General Strike?
        And he attacks the EDL for wanting to bring back the Battle of Cable St days?
        How “20th Century”– the both of them!

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        • 100
          Casual Observer says:

          In all honesty I think that OJ is more dangerous than most people credit him. In particular this is because he is of a character which can get people riled up for a cause, but he does not have the charisma to hold them together or maintain discipline.

          I think he realizes that, and has no scruples about walking away from a mess once things have started moving, and drifting out of his control.

          Owen also has a few particularly unpleasant character flaws, which directly stem from his misplaced sense of class inferiority. That would have been compounded when he was at Univ college.

          It would be good if his main media platforms could be removed. Eventually those who listen to him will see through the lies, and perhaps a lot sooner than he realizes.

          In the meantime, people who are following his direction, advice and ideas should be aware that they are doing themselves real harm and are putting themselves on the wrong side of history.

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          • Universal Hiss says:

            He’s a bit like Laurie Penny. Very leftie,earnest & young.They will probably never grow out of it as they have been encouraged by the left leaning press & of course the BBC.No one has seriously taken them to task.

            In their way they are just as spoilt as the Eaton set,though that thought would horrify them.

            It’s easy if you surround yourself with like-minders.I don’t count Twitter spats as serious political engagement.

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          • Casual Observer says:

            Agree totally that neither have had to really defend their position properly.

            This shows in the unreality of their arguments which is becoming much more obvious now. The awful argument put forward against on IDS last year when Jones was grandstanding on the graves of dead disabled folk in what was a very personally attack goes to this point.

            My sense is that people are wising up to that fast, but that attack of Jones and some of his other rhetoric do speak to a seriously twisted personality at work behind his agenda.

            At least Laurie seems to be waking up, and draws the line at attacking her opponents on valid ideological grounds.

            Jones is a very different and singularly more unpleasant animal.

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          • JadedJean says:

            Well put. What many won’t see is that these people do this so a) they look good and get narcissistic supply (not theextensive Twitter use) and b) to help anarchistically wither away the state, which is what the New Left does just as well as the Conservatives and Lib-Dems. Some of them wake up in late middle age and become depressed. See “comedians”.

            This is why they always seem to be the “Looney Left”. They are a demented Left (Infantile disorder – Social Democrats) as Lenin said. The Russians hated and purged them as trouble makers. The Chinese did the same. Deng stuck the narcissists into ring-fenced SEZs and made them work for the state. Clever new style labour camps. Many here try to move out of them to the country, when they see the light. Note how the country people tend to hate them as people (“townies”)? China protects the rural people from them, aren’t they “evil”?.

            Most people here don’t see it. They can’t see beyond a label even when its entryist. If someone says they’re the Queen of Sheeba (or some other celebrity) they’ll curtsey as it’s rude not to!

            We are doomed I fear – as try as one might, it almost never sinks in, except to those who’ve already seen it.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Some very good comments here and abouts. OJ and LP are being foisted upon us because the labour party is in total disarray – however the ptb and to maintain a status quo of continual division [left / right] have to big up some who have made their beds in left or right political circles.

            As long as the ptb keep the public drifting from the left side view to that of the right sides view – the general public perception [trick] and deception is maintained and the ptb [the ultimate trick] continue to have their jesters in place while they rip us all off.

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          • Casual Observer says:

            JJ / BW: Yes.

            BW – Interesting point you make about ‘drift’.

            If one considers the bigger picture, which is dominated by the Federal European project, the reason for that drift becomes understandable.

            Looking at the US political system as a parallel, not many stop and question how they ended up with the two party state up to the Federal level which they have today.

            I think that this in part was a natural consequence of concentration of power which comes about when the political systems of what are separate sovereigns (the states in their case) are merged in Federal union.

            The drift in the UK is resulting in a polarization of politics which appears to be creating a UKIP / Labour two state.

            If the political picture in Europe is dug into a little it is striking that the ‘right’ and ‘left’ political groups across the Europe have been encouraged to for alliances and merge by various programs the commission has set up.

            The drift is evident in nearly all European countries at present as well.

            A natural consequence of the ongoing federal program will eventually be a Europe of 2 or maybe 3 dominant political parties which straddle the member states, in a similar way that the Dems and Reps do in the US.

            This incidentally is also required for effective political representation in a European Federal Parliament / Senate if it ever gets to that point.

            I do not think that Laurie and Jones do not get this. Amusing for what are considered serious political commentators. However, in their defence, not many other commentators have publicly discussed these ideas yet. As JJ points out, their function appears to be to weaken the state, or rather the notion of state, which is required in order to obtain consensus for a Federal authority.

            I suspect Labour, understand precisely what is going on and recognize that they will be the opposition to UKIP moving forward.

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  30. 83
    Polly Toynbee's dried-up vag says:

    Poor little tat. Do stop doing this. It makes mummy in Heaven cwy.

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  31. 84
    EU Watch says:

    Major strike in Portugal:

    Nothing new as they have been regular, but the public transport is down down in Lisbon.

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  32. 86
    Sue Brown & the Mirror says:

    What is funny about it? An arsehole from the Mirror dressed up as chicken? Hilarious. Not! The Mirror is full of juvenile SPINELESS SCUM who try to spin for their illegalities. When are they going to court for their illegal hacking?

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    • 94
      i don't n eed no doctor says:

      Ask Tom Watson.

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      • 98
        Fat Bastard MP says:

        You know, I’ve kept a low profile lately. You really don’t need to harp on me as much as you do. Can’t a fellow sit home, and play xBox for hours on end whilst consuming mass quantities of beer and salt-vinegar crisps, and be left in peace anymore? Now just let me be, or you’re going to fuckin’ regret it!

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        • 107
          Universal Hiss says:

          Well in comparison with Gordon you put in at least a couple more days.

          Thinking about it,it’s best if you stay at home more.

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      • 204
        Your new manager (for this week) says:

        Tom: Is is significant that Ken is having his meal right beside the garbage bins? Is that meant to convey a hidden message about him and his fellow Billdybuggas?

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  33. 88
    Raving Loon says:

    Ken is a Bilderberger, that alone makes him unfit for public office.

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  34. 91
    CarryHole is a fat homunculus says:

    Flash block

    The way to scroll effortlessly past the mad welsh t(w)at.

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  35. 93
    EU Watch says:

    Not Gay Marriage, tax, but the other serious policy fuck up in France beginning to bite Hollande:

    Foreign policy, and French j’wry objections to gay marriage probably explain why Miliband isn’t that close with Hollande.

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    • 99
      nellnewman says:

      Miliband not close with Hollande. You’re kidding aren’t you? ++++Laugh++++

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      • 144
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Did you know that some UK rabbis ‘spoke out against Gay Marriage’ but that they were then ‘silenced’ no …well find out who atop made the deciSIONS?

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        • 155
          Not Blowing Whistles says:

          You are correct. I think that the decizions to tone it down came from a very high place.

          For folk who are interested in how J politics play out, watching the response of French J’s vs. UK J’s on this issue is quite instructive.

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          • Your new manager (for this week) says:

            Nigeria today passed a law against gay marriage – and any same sex “affection” in public places will be met with serious punishments.

            Goodluck Jonathon – literally!

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    EU Watch says:

    Balochistan ? Not a new London Labour ward, but region in the east of Pak!stan which extends down to the coast. Also happens to be location where government have been clearing villages / people under the name of anti-terrorism in order to make way for a new pipeline to bring gas / oil down to a terminal that is being put in at Gwadar.

    !ran are building a refinery there.

    Good to see some are taking some quite legitimate complaints direct to the UN in Switzerland…

    Some of the stuff going on:

    h**p://dawn.com/2013/04/07/gas-pipeline-blown-up-in-balochistan/

    Ignoring the human rights violations, this is good as it will provide access to oil / gas from Caspian region without having to enter the Pers!an gulf – eventually.

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    nellnewman says:

    Chickens? Is that chickens coming home to roost as in militwit’s commitment to the failing hollande?

    Well done militwit!! The bliar wing of labour party are laughing up their sleeve at you!

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  38. 102
    T.B£iar - the People's Messiah says:

    What an insult to blancmange !

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  39. 104
    Snodgrass says:

    I’m giving up on this site since being banned for criticising the Daily Mail.

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  40. 105
    Alter ego says:

    I’m giving up on this site since being banned for criticising the Daily Mail.

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  41. 106
    David Dimbledore says:

    On tonight’s Question Time, Alan Johnson, Anna Soubry, Julian Fellowes and muzee tosspot Mehdi Hasan.

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  42. 108
    Evening tory Gayers. Your party needs you. says:

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    The only party opposing homosexual marriage says:

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    • 119
      Point of Information says:

      Opposing gay marriage is neither racist nor homophobic.

      Repeat:

      Opposing gay marriage is neither racist nor homophobic.

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      • 143
        Frankfurt school for goyim says:

        gay is the new normal. By law, nearly. If Boles and his husband have a child will it be chosen? Is there a rabbi on this blog to clarify this? i must be covered by the talmud, surely?

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        • 149
          Blowing Whistles says:

          I wouldn’t say that the gay mafia / gypos have been greatly used by the (more craven>)j*ws / Israelis (the at arms length and easily fooled fools and dupes) particularly since about the 1990’s to forment their “desperate long term plans” and always and as ever “at arms length” plan to gain total and utter control over the masses or would I being a conspiracy theorist that is?

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        • 184
          Rabbi Chaim Gunnar Kutsher-Dickov says:

          If the natural mother is Jooish, that child will be Jooish, even if it’s raised by two faygelehs. If the mother isn’t, the child will have to study Torah and Talmud, be immersed in a ritual bath (similar to baptism by immersion), and swear in front of three rabbis he or she will faithfully observe halakha (all the rituals and traditions of Joodaism). Often this can be done as part of a bar/bat mitzvah at age 13, since “today I am a wo/man,” i.e., s/he is by Mosaic law an adult, religion-wise, able to make up their own mind whether they want to be Jooish or not. (We’re assuming here that if it’s a boychik, he’s going to have a bris– may I offer my services as a mohel?)

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    Are Salford's children all Orphans? Never heard of parental control Fatbott? says:

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      Atkins Diet says:

      Bet you’re glad it doesn’t apply to Hackney, eh Fatbott?

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    • 206
      Sour Kraut says:

      This can only be put down to the malign influence of the BBC since all their {insert your own favourite description here} moved there.

      Can’t wait for all the chippies to take the council to court for prevention of trading (or whatever that excuse is that footballers use for not being allowed to be transferred).

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  45. 115
    Where were the Police officers? says:

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    • 117
      Lightening up with Photoshop says:

      I reckon the dude top left did it.

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    • 127
      Questions of Our Time says:

      Would it fair to say that this was a savage act ?

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      • 166
        Anonymous says:

        i would respectfully point you/others in the direction of bestgore dot com- not for the shock value but to perhaps give you a sense that your opinion as to what warrants to be a savage act is somewhat naive.

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    John Prescott says:

    Eating.

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    Universal Hiss says:

    What a surprise. Little Danny looking for his next job…..

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2013/may/30/treasury-chief-eu-economic-revival

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    • 139
      EU Watch says:

      Talk of Brexit is not hurting UK Economy or jobs in UK.

      The clusterfuck that is the Euro / Eurozone is at present.

      The sooner that either France or Germany exit and the Euro is put in the dustbin the better for all economies in the Eurozone.

      The sooner the UK can directly negotiate trade deals with partners outside the Eurozone without being hobbled by EU Tariffs and Quotas etc. the better.

      And people should not be under the illusion that other than not having the money to purchase from the UK as much as previously, other countries in Europe may have reduced their imports from the UK as a punishment for talk of leaving.

      If proven, that situation makes the case for immediate exit as it flies in the face of the original agreement to join a common trading bloc.

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  48. 138
    Saffron says:

    Intelligent blogs on this site are most welcome,but when I see the inane ramblings and youtube contributors who think they will try and disrupt the site well think again.
    You lot are so obvious that it is painful to read and watch the crap you come out with,but I suppose that to ordinary contributors they see you as to what you are,which is a bunch of nutters.

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    • 146
      Tachybaptus says:

      Intelligent comments are welcome to most of us, including yours. But to the blog owner, all comments are welcome, because he gets paid for page views. So shit is as good as anything. Sad.

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      • 148

        Not really, there are limits.

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          The silent majority says:

          +1

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          • The not so silent majority says:

            The owner of the blog can do whatever he wishes with his blog. Once you hit submit, he owns the content.

            You’re not blocked from posting, so therefore are not censored.

            If you improved your content a bit then you may find it lasts a bit longer, but that is up to the owner.

            Lots of uTube posts is very anarchic, bordering on vandalism (in the purest sense), as are the quantity of off the rail posts, but other than attempting a denial of service attack of sorts, I for one haven’t yet got a real handle on your message / point of view etc.

            Try starting a thread with something vaguely relevant, or important to yourself but political. See if people pick up and engage in a little debate.

            Join other threads, but judge carefully if you want to attack the point, or the persons point of view, or just the moniker.

            Folk will listen to you, and you may influence peoples ideas this way, or get a new insight imparted from another.

            You are free to express yourself as you please, which is a beauty of this blog minus the m0db0t, however if you look carefully you will notice there is a consensual code which exists between posters. That is reflective of a self organizing system.

            If you take this on board, figure out what you really want to say, and figure out how to get people engaged you will find you are not wasting your time with posts which generate hostile responses, or which get deleted by the owner within hours of them being posted.

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        • 189
          Blowing Whistles says:

          “Toxic Taffy” actually shows how desperate some are to distract and by allowing him to post he makes a mokery of himself – is he not posted as the useless of contributors on here? Who controls him? What a 100% twat he has made of himself?

          Allow him his pathetic daily fame – his political and mental roots …oh and intelligence [NOT] is evident in every posting.

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      • 151
        Universal Hiss says:

        Guido welcomes most but not quite all.

        I really enjoy reading this blog & nearly all who sail in her. The Welshman seems on a mission to disrupt. Why he wants to be hated on here is quite odd.

        Of all the blogs on all the internet he has to spout his nonsense here.

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          Plant Pot says:

          People have read what you say and, on the whole, would wish you would go away. You are an anti-social bore.

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  49. 145
    Saffron says:

    Regarding Danny Alexander and his Lib Dem chums and wether we should be out of the EUSSR,well you would expect this lot who are clueless to say this.
    This lot have been wedded to the dream of a EUSSR,even considering that the USSR found that it did not work.
    Anyway the libdumbs are now a busted flush and they know it as will be seen in the next GE,and I say good riddance to this tailend charlie bunch of chancers.

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  50. 152
    Bazinga! says:

    Jesus. Newsnight banging on about fucking poor innocent Muslims once again.

    So we get blown up on trains and buses and a soldier gets his head cut off in a London street and all the cuunts at the BBC care about are the fucking Muslims.

    Piss off BBC cuunts. Die slowly from cancer you lefty bastards.

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    • 158
      Cheesed off says:

      I have just complained to the BBC. I must tell you that I live, although I am just about to move because I am being squeezed out, in what was a fairly decent area, over the last three months more and more have been moved in. I was busy making arrangement with the removal men put down the ‘phone. Sat down and out of my window, there were two aged men, I do not know what nationalitity they were.

      They proceeded to urinate, against the wall at the back of my house, not against it, but, waiving there linkies around. My Son returned home, he said that if he had done the same he would have been arrested.

      Seriously, we have to do something, we are being pushed out of our areas, and moving further and further away.

      As a footnote, we had this happen to us in South Africa, pushed out and further and further away.

      And now back to Medhi Hussain on Newsnight!

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    • 159
      Universal Hiss says:

      I was watching Question Time but had to turn it off.

      So BBC1 & 2 are no go areas at the moment.(Along with BBC 3,4 website,News24 etc.)

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      • 163
        The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

        Yup.

        Sad days indeed when the state’s main propaganda organ becomes impossible to watch. Now we are getting a flavor of what the Russian’s had to endure with Pravda and their state run TV.

        You could tune in to Yesterday and spot the not so subtle political messages from yesteryear. Eg. Lovejoy selling Tessa’s, Ballykiss selling Europe and Communism, etc. Same sh!t, but better produced and less irritating.

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        • 168
          Universal Hiss says:

          but being fair my parents have Sky with the gazillion channels & constantly moan that there is nothing to watch.

          Being ancient they still believe that the BBC are truthful. I do my best in the education stakes but I’m looked at with a bit of a cocked eye.

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          • Bazinga! says:

            The BBC is a poison that is killing the Country from the inside out. It’s relentless. We get the Toady programme followed by endless propaganda from Nicky fucking Campbell, dreary Derbyshire and mong Bacon.

            Then it’s BBC news, Newsnight. It’s a relentless pile of bile and lies pumped out by the BBC.

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        • 169
          Cheesed off says:

          You must know I am so sick and tired of these people who seem to think that they speak on behalf of us, US, all of us out there who blog on here and get on with their lives. They are talking about the NHS forget it, if you must see my tummy after what the NHS have done to me through out my life.

          It seems to me that these people do not get sick, do not live in areas that are affected by immigration, and have never ever, in third world terms seen poverty. Believe me, I have seem poverty and smelt it, everything these people argue about, is like a spoilt child saying I want this and I want it now.

          We have to rid ourselves of Think Tanks, idiots in Government, they have no idea. But, on and on they bleat. Really it is up to us!

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        • 179
          The not so silent majority says:

          It has got that way over the past few years.

          There was a time when it was good / relevant, even though the questioners may have been ‘selected’ to a degree back then, it is nothing like it is today.

          The curious thing about QT is that it is meant to be a question / answer / debate show. However, the BBC are so overt with steering the panel that this breaks down.

          The Chair is very notably not impartial which is not acceptable for what they are doing. The chair should not augment the questioners question with his own to bias the response from the panel / steer debate / coerce the audience as it does. That is the BBC’s political position being injected right there.

          The questioner should be allowed to come back with a further points if they wish to, and not by being put in a position of having to shout and look a bit pathetic looking for the boom mike etc.

          And of course the questioners are mostly Labour activists as well.

          With what they currently produce they could save a lot of production costs by just having the BBCs question and the answer the BBC prefers put up on the screen for people to read for about 5 minutes. Done.

          Put some nice music on, you can have something good to listen to whilst doing the ironing.

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        • 199
          The not so silent majority says:

          No, I think it is worst now.

          Perhaps to your point it is now un-watchable has the content is much further from the observers point of view.

          When something is presented which is agreeable with your views and frame of mind it is more acceptable. Perhaps BBC have moved left when most others have moved right. (That is not meant to be a mong comment…)

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    • 200
      Anonymous says:

      If the worst that’s happened to the mosquitos is a bit of name calling, hair pulling and a charred door in Grimsby then I think they’ve got off pretty lightly.

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  51. 160
    eddie the eagle says:

    what a fucking nose!

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  52. 165
    Bob Fleming says:

    o/t but the only reason i pay the bbc tax is for family guy on bbc3

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  53. 167
    Fishy says:

    The UKIPper on QT was last on at the time of the Eastleigh election. She shewed that she was a lefty then and even more so tonight. Not impressive.

    This must be the reason that the KIPpers have joined up with Labour in Norfolk

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    • 173
      Pink is the new Blue says:

      Get over it. Now that the Tory boys have come out of the gay closet no self respecting hetrosexual will ever vote Conservative again.

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      • 177
        Universal Hiss says:

        Well as long as they are not blue,red,orange or green I’m not really fussed.

        I quite like purple & yellow.

        Pick a party by your favourite colour.

        Probably would work as well as anything else.

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  54. 170
    Displaced Brummie says:

    The only really funny thing in the Mirror was the share fixing scandal. Laugh? I’ll say I did.

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  55. 174
    UKID DING says:

    Arse -> Elbow:::::Elbow <- Arse

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    • 176
      Fishy says:

      I think James is UKIP’s loose cannon – completely off their message re cuts (ex NHS if I’m right). I get the impression that she is along for the ride – I was left feeling that her ‘let’s get out of the EU’ piece to camera was a bit contrived.

      And, like his alter-ego Owen Jones, Mehdi Hassan was making it up as he went along.

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      • 181
        Universal Hiss says:

        You could be right.

        Now list all the loose cannons in LibLabCons.

        I won’t press you on this as it might take you some time. About 500ish?

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      • 194
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Quick QT Review:

        And of course Fishy – you didn’t notice the Timleyness of the contrived and manipulated last question on QT and the full on craven spinelessness by all others of being fully paid up EU lovers … I mean – what a contrived and palpably overt question to ask last of the EU.

        “No time ever” munchkin Alan Johnson and others of blue colours is ever a time to offer up a referendum to the people – There’s always some conniving convenient ‘other issue’ to address … isn’t there … Hello! …. Al Johnson and Co is there anybody in … in your vacuous heads.

        Johnson has history as the marxist, commie, trot CWU leader pixie that he is and he is still foisted upon the public like he got some brains! Me I got all the papertrail documents from his time in his high chair at the HO and the DTI under Pathetic Hewitt – they might have shredded all their copies but I got mine Johnson you criminal fucktard lying duplicitous state agent champagne guzzling commie.

        “Bellows” – or was it Fellows – please keep it down you pompous old twat.

        And then there was the plant of a sort Oh lets give over to the enraged waving I must get my point in old boy with his skull (and bones) cap on – no one dared to point out to him that his ‘view of history’ might just have been tainted by about 6 million lies and a lorra lorra propaganda …

        QT – Queer Time.

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  56. 178
    Potugal is so much classier than Ibiza says:

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  57. 182
    Anonymous says:

    I GIVE UP on CONSERVATIVE SUPPORT

    Tonight i watched QT and the unbelievable “display” of “Anna”…… jeez. Is the best the Tories can offer in London?
    I give up. UKIP shredded her. Her patronizing display was embarrassing.
    So I read up on “Anna” and here is what her own website has to say about….Anna.. That’s Anna if there is any doubt.

    Reference: Anna’s website…. http://www.annasoubry.org.uk/about-anna-and-broxtowe

    …… and “Anna” was cited 26 times in this short Resume. Please…!!!

    Anna was born on December 7th 1956, in Lincoln County Hospital where her mother worked as a radiographer. Her father had garages at Ranby and Worksop and until she was 8, Anna lived at Dunham-on-Trent. Anna and her family then moved to Clumber Park where they lived for many years until Anna’s parents moved to Tuxford. Before his death, Anna’s father worked at Bell Fruit in Nottingham and until her retirement Anna’s mother worked for forty years in the NHS as a radiographer. Anna has two younger brothers; Charlie has worked at the QMC for over twenty years and the youngest (William) lives with his family in Hucknall and works as a car auctioneer.

    Anna went to Dunham Primary School, Lorne House in Retford and the Hartland Comprehensive School in Worksop. After her A’ levels Anna read Law at Birmingham University and went on to train as a barrister. Anna first joined the Conservative Party at University (after a short spell as a member of the Liberal Party) and was involved in student politics. Anna went on to be elected as the first female Conservative to the National Union of Students Executive.

    Student politics took Anna to Scotland as she was elected as Honorary president (Rector) of Sirling University. In need of a job and having always harboured an ambition to work in radio and television. Anna worked as a trainee reporter on the Alloa and Hillfoots Advertiser. After a year Anna sucessfully applied for a job at Grampian TV in Aberdeen as a reporter and presenter on North Tonight. After two years at Grampian, Anna joined Central TV as a reporter on Central News East.

    During her time at Central, Anna was the shop steward of the National Union of Journalists. At Central, Anna worked on a number of programmes: notably Central Weekend Live and Heart of the Country. Towards the end of Anna’s time in television Anna worked on “This Morning” with Richard and Judy and other programmes for Channel 4 and BBC 1.

    In the mid 1990s, Anna left TV and returned to the Bar. Anna began working as a criminal barrister in Nottingham and practised until being elected to serve Broxtowe as Member of Parliament in the 2010 General Election. Anna was appointed a Parliamentary Private Secretary to Health Minister, Simon Burns in November 2010. In September 2012 Anna was appointed a junior Health Minister.

    Anna has two daughters – the eldest is at Durham University and the youngest is working in London.

    Anna spends as much free time as she can with her daughters and her partner, Neil Davidson. Anna likes to cook and garden whenever she gets the chance, and watches football (Nottingham Forest and Notts. County), rugby (Leicester Tigers) and cricket (England and Notts.)

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  58. 188
    Liam says:

    This reminds me of Tucker setting up Nicola Murray to be pictured next to a pork chop.

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    Blowing Whistles says:

    Them m00dboots are out and about tonight eh

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  61. 198
    Lady virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    Having been on a flight with Clarke a few years ago I can say that a serious amount of booze has gone into the colour of his face.

    All in all though I’m split about him – he was a great Chancellor – immeasurably better than Lamont, Brown or Osbo.

    He’s a cnut about Europe though – makes me think (rather like Mandelson, Patten and Clegg) there’s a hidden agenda.

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  62. 201
    Casual Observer says:

    People should pay much closer attention to the Christian roots of the guys who beheaded the soldier the other week.

    Was the originally Catholic one a Jesuit ?

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  63. 213
    The way things are going says:

    We can’t connect to Outlook at the moment. Please try again later.

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  64. 214
    Westminster says:

    Good Morning.

    Isn’t it a glorious day if you don’t care what the electorate thinks?

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  65. 218
    Owen Jones says:

    OH YEAH! OVER THE FUCKING MOON! My Bolivar Corona Extra’s are in!! finally, can have decent smoke to-day, and not those ‘orrible things.

    They go great with the Bollinger.

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  66. 219
    B Hague. VIP says:

    Good morning fellow Tory faggots. Time for a man wrestle.

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  67. 221
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

    Bring me the head of Calamity Clegg on a plate.

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      Vince says:

      I do not remember being part of this particular cover-up

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    • 227
      Chilcottish Procrastination says:

      You don’t expect me to actually deliver this do you? Once the report is published my name will be mud.

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  69. 223
    sick of em says:

    next time the fucking tory party talk about the entitled they should be sure to include this lot –

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/10089131/British-taxpayers-to-pay-millions-towards-secretive-Bilderberg-meeting-security.html

    cnunts who’ll do anything for themselves and nothing for anybody else

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    • 226
      Star Trekkies says:

      Bilderbergers should pay for their own hobby conventions and stop leeching off the rest of us.

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  70. 228

    I am just catching up with events at Lake Balaton and noticed the link to the article A Big Day Out at… the Guardian’s New ‘Data-Driven’ Coffee Shop!

    It is telling me I must have their cookies.

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  71. 229

    I am just catching up with events at Lake Balaton and noticed the link to the article A Big Day Out at… the Guardian’s New ‘Data-Drіven’ Coffee Shop!

    It is telling me I must have their cookies.

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    • 232
      Sometimes ou e just got laugh at the bollocks people,post in the Grauniad's comments section says:

      @kristinekochanski – I agree Kristine, but the problem is that UKIP appeals to people who don’t look at stuff in detail. Mainly because they’re a protest vote and people who protest vote usually have a hazy idea of what they’re actually voting for, they merely know it’s not the other lot (as an example my sister in law voted Lib Dem for years because she wanted to keep grammar schools, even though at the time they firmly opposed selective education).
      So yes, it’s time we exposed them as the clowns who don’t have a clownsuit, but anyone who thinks about it will realise that already I imagine.
      They will persuade a percentage of folks to vote for them, as in South Shields, but that clearly was a protest vote, since they simply took more or less the entire Tory vote. But those who tend to enquire before they vote are a different matter anyway.

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      • 238

        I have long had a difficulty in being able to reconcile what the above type of commenter in the Graun can have in common with the people they decry. It does not make sense either way!

        Clownsuit – they think they are being frightfully clever but are just handing it all over to Nige, on a plate, one might say.

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  72. 230
    Owen Jones says:

    I can tell this day will be shit.

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  73. 233
    Lost in Clacton says:

    Guido Fawkes must think we are all very stupid.

    That picture of Kenneth Clarke and a man dressed as a chicken is obviously false.

    Since when has Ken Clarke noshed into a meal with just mineral water on the table?

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  74. 237
    Owen Jones says:

    To: Guido Fawkes & Co-Conspiritors
    From: Owen Jones

    We Are The Many

    Shortly, the violent English Defence League will hold demonstrations in towns and cities across our country, trying to spread their message of hate. By blaming all Muslims for the terrible murder of Drummer Lee Rigby, the EDL will attempt to whip up a climate of fear and violence towards the Muslim community in Britain.

    But the EDL will fail. They will fail because we, the British people, reject their ignorance.

    The EDL and Islamic extremists are more similar to each other than to us. They share a violent, hate-fuelled desire for conflict and war, and we will not let either group tear our country apart.

    We condemn the shameful rise in anti-Muslim violence since Drummer Rigby’s killing. The fair-minded majority of Britons understand that a community cannot be blamed for the actions of just two. We know that the EDL does not speak for all Britain, just as we know that Muslim extremists do not speak for all Muslims.

    We, the British people, shun the EDL’s message of hate today because they do not speak for us. We are confident that HOPE will prevail. It will prevail because they are the few, and we are — and always will be — the many.

    Yours,

    Owen Jones

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  75. 239
    Anonymous says:

    Should have someone dressed up as as Brownshirt following Ed Balls around.

    I’d find it funny, those fascist ZanuLabour bastards have not been forgotten.

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