June 16th, 2013

Read Guido’s Column in The Sun Today

In Guido’s Sun column today:

  • 16 6 13Downing Street’s marital casualty rate rising under 24/7 pressure
  • The Case of the Missing Home Secretary and the Google Lobbyist
  • Lord Ashcroft’s wine and dine charm offensive
  • Tom Watson up to his Mr Fix-It tricks in West Midlands MEP selection squabble
  • Sajid Javid’s tax cut cheers
  • Dave & Ed M, still not speaking
  • What are the odds Stephen Timms MP will be in a two faced hypocrisy shocker?
  • IPSA blow £3/4m on lawyers and spin

All this and more in your Sun on Sunday. Politics for the people, just 60p…


382 Comments

  1. 1
    Ed says:

    Lovely weather this summer.

    • 6
      The Great I AM says:
      • 25
        V1le Labour trashed my Country says:

        Another biased BBC rendition. I’m just feeling totally enriched and loving my super diverse multicultural shithouse of a Country today.

        • 58
          Village Idiot says:

          …andrew neil has made me take notice of the islamist threat and pushed me to err on the side of those that wish to highlight the muslim threat.Andrew neil,cock….

          • JoKo says:

            Well said Andrew Neill has decended to the depths with his interview this morning EDL on one side countinually interuped and remined of events of years ago on the other side the muslim rep given free reign to babble on without interuption and without answering a question

            Shame on you Andrew.

          • dunno. gas liquid solid says:

            .
            co existence requires the correct temp and pressure.
            .
            alternative to to look back at the ex cream moments.

          • CarryHole is a porcine homunculus says:

            BWAHAHA

            http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-birmingham-22924456

            “Somali looking man” not likely to be EDL member hence this will be memory holed by tomorrow.

            Multiclt = maxicrime

          • dunno. gas liquid solid says:

            see ra.
            ra is coming to the head.
            .

          • The Sun seems to becoming popular in Merseyside again. There are still a number of mouthy gobshites who make a big deal about not buying it but the truth is they did not ever buy it, and most can’t read anyway. The scousers on holiday out here (you can spot them because of the football shirt they always wear, complete with matching tracksuit trousers for the clubs that require long trousers) buy it from the one newsagent in town who stocks UK newspapers.

          • Oh! Hello!

            If I want to be rude to scousers, I can do it myself chum.

            Some are good friends and others are even worse than you say.

            There are no scousers out here, another-pseudo-intellectual-twat, because the temperatures have gone over 30° today so their brains would melt.

          • broderick crawford says:

            have the scouser brains not melted already ?

            Back in the last real heatwave in 1976…

            Proof of that particular pudding is that the heat torpor coincided with the land grab of deggsy hatton and his Tribunites on the Council .

            The rest is history . I rest my case .

          • dunno. gas liquid solid says:

            ae iou what

        • 62
          Morgan's Organ says:

          The warlock flying in for sunday morning Quidditch ★◇¿◆☆》¡

      • 46
        Chuka Umunna @ChukaUmunna says:

        About to visit the green room loo to go on the throne after the DPM, H@rry Potter and others.

        • 270
          broderick crawford says:

          what s your function in that location then Chuk ?

          Cleaning up the caked ordure on the pedestals ?

          ( Or As the Squeaker would say at PMQ s ” ORDURE Ordure !!”

          Never a truer word …

      • 49
        Empty Ed, wannabe celebrity says:

        Chuka is my secret weapon

        He gets me into all those upper class West End clubs I have always dreamed about

      • 82
        Ed's Envelope licker and Bag carrier says:

      • 227
        Geoffrey Brooking says:

        Never knew Chuka was into such trash :)

    • 67
      I D Smith says:

      I see the BBC has opened the first round of the 2015 election in the big question on tv this morning. The question was should pensioners get universal benefits regards of their circumstances.This is the opening shots ,laying the foundations for which ever betrayers of the british people get elected in 2015 can start to remove benefits that have been paid for over 40 years or more, but of course this will only affect “wealthy pensioners.

      Wealthy pensioners definition = anyone whos not a scumbag or an immigrant (mainly muslim)

      Well done BBC.

      • 79
        Nikki Campbell on 500K a year says:

        The BBC is fantastic value for money. Now shut up and pay up.

        • 221
          Quiet Bat Person says:

          The BBC reports

          “The deputy prime minister told the BBC there was a problem when low-paid people were being asked to fund winter fuel allowances for those who have retired to warmer countries.”

          Ah, so if the pensioners in warmer countries have their fuel allowances cut, the savings will be passed on to low-paid people here?

          Or trousered by politicians on the gravy train, or paid instead to parasite banksters?

          Or pocketed by the international monopolies that hike up fuel prices, untouched by our ineffectual energy regulators?

          Perhaps MPs should have their allowances cut first. After all, WE pay for them, not the MPs. Does the House of Parliament really need a taxpayer-funded shooting range, for example?

      • 115
        CarryHole is a porcine homunculus says:

        So they’re ending the cap on NI.
        and means testing the benefits.

        Double robbery (although the payout should be zero as there’s no investments, it’s a ponzi scheme!)

      • 187
        Middle-England middle-earner says:

        More pertinently, high taxpayers deserve a little back for their tax money when they retire because, err, they’ll have been high taxpayers.

      • 266
        Where are Tony Blair's expenses says:

        Pensioners are already getting screwed by low interest rates on savings; best you can get at the moment for a year is 1.8%

        If wealthy pensioners are going to be means tested what about means testing everyone in social housing who can afford to

        * run a car
        * go on holiday
        * smoke and drink

        So under the new liblancon trick, everyone who has worked and saved all their lives will continue to pay tax and have their universal benefits withdrawn to finance those who have smoked and drank all their lives, chose not to save or take on a mortgage

        One other thing that responsible pensioners do is we go out to vote

    • 114
      CarryHole is a porcine homunculus says:

      OBE for Jim Devine’s Hoax caller.
      http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/politics/disgraced-mp-faces-bailiffs-over-tribunal-debt-1.1071247

      The tribunal heard how Devine got his friend Fiona Fox to put in a hoax telephone call to his ex-office manager.

      OBE list.

      Ms Fiona Bernadette Fox. Chief executive officer, Science Media Centre. For services to science. (London)

    • 222
      Pompey Observer says:

      Anything new on Randy Rennard Guido?

      • 348
        power of ae...................iou. says:

        andy randy
        .
        .
        andy = eeeeendy
        randy =reeeeendy
        .
        why does a = 5e = se.
        ==============
        .
        “a” has the pulling power “eeeee”
        ===============
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        .
        angland or eeeeengland.
        .
        .
        a goes in.
        eeeeee comes out.

    • 363
      Anonymous says:

      One interesting story not covered here: the operations director of the Thames Water – one the UK’s biggest non-tax paying companies – has been made an OBE. The Queen giving awards for tax avoidance – how telling.

  2. 2
    Dick the Prick says:

    It’s a strange day when Stephen Timms says something sensible.

  3. 3
    Theologian says:

    Is there anyone on the Sun who has not been arrested?

    Are you being lined up take over as Editor?

    That would be fun…

  4. 4
    No 10 spokesman says:

    You are behind us Guido

    We don’t get married any more

    We leave that to the shirtlifters…

  5. 5
    Owen Jones says:

    I’ve just started shaving.

  6. 7
    No 10 spokesman says:

    Blair recently pontificating in the Times

    Was that before the Digger found out?

    Funny times…

    • 37
      Lord Stansted says:

      There’s a paywall so WTF reads it.? Top People have more sense these days.

    • 172
      Old Blind Pugh says:

      B’Liar probably is still thinking that he could take over the Liebore party or nudge Cams out of the Cons if he joined the Cons

  7. 8
    Owen Jones's Bum Chum says:

    Arrgggg Fathers Day, another day of awkward questions from Owen.

  8. 9
    Rubber necking Peston says:

    Come on Guido

    Spill the beans…

    Make my jaw drop..

    The BBC has a right to know…

    • 48
      Pawn Sandwich says:

      And Private Eye.

      • 118
        The BBC is weapons grade, nuclear enriched, shite says:

        Not so sure about Private Eye, though it’s shit, nobody forces me to pay for it.

        Unlike the Stalinist BBC of course, who put people in prison for not paying for their lies.

        • 163
          Sir William Waad says:

          THe best solution is to do without a telly altogether. It’s 100% legal and will free up a lot of time to do something interesting, useful, rewarding or amusing.

          • JH394203940293 says:

            OR – just watch the programmes that actually interest you on the relevant Web player or Youtube. Completely 100% legal, even if you watch it on a TV (which has no signal feed).

            In the last year I have watched:

            The secret history of our streets
            Program about Vulcan Falklands raid

            …eeer, that’s about it. That’s all I actually WANTED to watch. I would have paid about £25 per hour of material if I had a TV license.

            Thanks, but no thanks and fuck off. Liberate yourselves. I literally feel myself getting stressed if I encounter any TV now – I accidentally watched ten minutes of Not Going Out at Christmas at a relatives house, and felt like killing everyone in the world.

          • Toothless Old Man in a wheelchair says:

            Christ. Not listening to a Fall LP though surely

          • Blast From The Past says:

            Concerning about Vulcan Falklands raid: Great flying, shame that ALL the bombs missed.

        • 164
          JH394203940293 says:

          Yup, number one reason women go to prison in this country, particularly the dim ones at home during the day who agree to sign a form incriminating themselves on the doorstep.

          TV license hearings take up about half the total time in magistrates courts. The magistrates love it of course, nice little earner Rodney.

          Dear old Auntie!

          • Anonymous says:

            For some reason, you don’t seem to see that many TV “detector vans” these days.

      • 283
        broderick crawford says:

        well at least Dung could give a good bj

        ( unlike the female silk with the strangely configured mouth who probably finds it impossible )

  9. 11
    Anonymous says:

    God forbid that I should buy the Current Bun. It’s not just done up our way.

    • 14
      Living in 97.2% white Merseyside says:

      The above was my comment! My traditional Sunday comment. How come it’s been high-jacked by Anon?

      Hardly a case of great minds think alike because Anon hasn’t got one. He he.

      • 17
        Stinging Repost says:

        Good point.

        Didn’t think they had two internet connections in Merseyside :-)

        Progress ?

      • 59
        Anonymous says:

        “up our way” sounds a bit further to the east than what emanates from a Liverpudlian.
        As for the need for a divine intervention that restricts it usage to one street in that city.

        Claiming other belongings as their own does however smack of the local customs.

      • 176
        Old Blind Pugh says:

        I don’t buy it any time of the week so I cannot comment on the rag, come to think of it, I don’t buy a paper now, I do not watch daytime TV only watch usually a max 3 hours of TV, more channels and even more repeats.

        • 287
          broderick crawford says:

          But Pugh dearie … you’re Blind !!

          ( or are you like the registered blind spaniard who claimed all the blind persons benefits and was video d driving a car ?? )

    • 284
      broderick crawford says:

      WOT? d’ you leave yours undone up your way then ?

  10. 18
    Dave in Chipping Norton says:

    I’m rather enjoying running this omni shambles

    A scandal a day – helps me chillax

    And doubling the natiinal debt is quite thrilling

    Before I retire to my hereditary windmills and all that…

    • 26
      The Cameroon says:

      Americans promised me a lucrative retirement (like Blair with Iraq) if I help arm the terrorists to destabilise Syria – but the Commons are saying no! What’s a puppet to do??

      • 31
        A gland in the hand is worth two in the bush says:

        When someone’s got their hand up your arse – I’d do as you’re told.

      • 32
        Traitor Blair says:

        Always go with the Americans like I did

        It’s worth tens of millions for you later

        And we can always fix the media to support you

        Remember that British democracy only exists on paper

      • 52
        Hampstead Hedgie says:

        Poodles should be seen but not heard

    • 288
      broderick crawford says:

      d you really mean chillax Dave — or did you mean to say climax ?

  11. 19
    Bert says:

    I’m far more interested in “Helen’s nose job”. What is a nose job, how is it performed, what pleasure does it impart to the recipient, and why did hers go so horribly wrong that her hooter is now in bandages?

    I may have to go out and buy a copy after all.

  12. 20
    Confused of the BBC says:

    Coming up: the Sunday Politics, BBC 1 at 11 this morning, an interview with the head of the English Defence League,Owen Jones; plus latest on G8.

    • 22
      You know who says:

      I have issued another D Notice

    • 105
      CarryHole is a porcine homunculus says:

      EDL will be prepended with as far-right.
      Owen Jones will be described as inta-lek-tuwal.

    • 251
      Labour is off its ED says:

      I enjoyed listening to the leader of the EDL. I think he told Brillo and the barstewards of the BBC a few home truths.

      If Brillo & the rest of the higher eschelons of the BBC got off their collective well upholstered arses, walked down streets that are dominated by muzzos, and to be told by these gits that they can’t walk into ‘muslim’ areas, they might have a better insight into what is going on in areas such as these.

      Thanks Leiber, thanks very much indeed!

  13. 21
    Dirty Desmondo says:

    No tits or bums on the front page Guido?

    Your standards are slipping

    Clearly I taught you nothing

  14. 23
    Honest citizen says:

    Have any mother-fucking lawyers been onto you recently Guido?

    Do tell..

  15. 27
    • 68
      Itsallgon Titsup says:

      Are Bristol Rovers jerseys also green – like that piccy a day or two ago? If not, why not?

  16. 28
    Harley Street specialist says:

    I do nose jobs for any politician or journalist who sniffs too much

    And plastic arseholes for shirtlifters in need

    Brisk business nowadays…

  17. 30
  18. 35
    Owen Jones says:

    I will fight everyday of my life for my daily bottle of Bollinger champagne.

    • 143
      A Boy Plunger says:

      I would like to see you playing with a pair of Bollingers at six o’clock in the morning sunshine.

    • 256
      Owens GCSE English teacher says:

      “Everyday” means commonplace. Did you mean “every day”?

  19. 36
    Zacharias Goldscheidt says:

    Yah, don’t you just luuurve Boris, okay, yah? Better than, y’know, Dave, yah?

    Still, what we Etonians know about the real world could be written on the back of one of Daddy’s Krugerrands, yah?

    Must go – got to preach to the Yummy Mummies in my constituency about windmills.

    Ciao!

  20. 39
    TB says:

    I hate Ed Miliband

    He wants to come clean about my Ponzi Scheme

    And make the Labour Party honest

    This is intolerable

    • 122
      You're joking right? says:

      Don’t worry, Miliband knows how to get around tax laws. Ask him, his mum and brother for confirmation.

  21. 40
    Jimmy Savile says:

    Andrew Neil tells Owen Jones ‘You are a violent man, making violent threats

  22. 41
    Sad Brillo says:

    Feeble effort from Andrew Neill on Sunday Politics.
    Truly pathetic. Where he could have had a good discussion, all he wanted was cheap digs at EDL.
    A missed opportunity, but why would BBC want an honest debate, eh?

    Robinson was well able for him.

    • 44
      P l e b says:

      Sir Tony Robinson?

      • 50
        Sad Brillo says:

        But shout down the Muslim guest following…nah, not a chance….

      • 63
        Bob Fleming says:

        Tony Robinson will have gained a lot of support following that interview. Brillo was way out of order. Brillo, a highly educated, able and privileged man put in his place by TR – a fine young man. Followed by the usual unchallenged BS from some M in a suit.

        • 120
          BBC nonce protectors says:

          Perhaps Andrew Neill needs to experience diversity up close and personal, which is what the native white working classes have been doing since the great and good dumped it on their communities.

    • 84
      Who'd have thought says:

      Sat down to watch what I thought would be a hard discussion about the EDL, it turned out to be a rant about the EDL person, how nice to see the other guy get hugs and kisses, BBC biased certainly, time to sell it off.

    • 254
      Labour is off its ED says:

      + lots Sad Brillo.

  23. 45
    Mehdi Hasan says:

    Owen Jones last week, Owen Jones again this week this week. I think I’m spotting a theme in the Sunday Politics’s guest booking.

    I’m rather clever,aren’t I ?

  24. 51
    It's just a Trifle Cherie says:
    • 53
      Sun journalist says:

      What the fuck would she know about it?

      He’s always “travelling”

      • 73
        Itsallgon Titsup says:

        So is she – but they rarely seem to be going in the same direction or to the same place.

    • 55
      Sit Petra says:

      “Cherie Blair insists husband Tony did not have affair with Rupert…” , come, come we all know Tony had an affair with Rupert, as to the rest…

      • 60
        Kind Uncle Rupie says:

        I will set my Mob onto you for that remark

        He was just one of my doormats

    • 57
      The Digger says:

      Calm down Dear

      And just think of all the bungs he takes for you all

    • 61
      Coming in 45 minutes says:
    • 71
      One of Mr Murdoch's 30 spokesmen says:

      We have no comment to make

      Silence is golden

      • 292
        broderick crawford says:

        … as sung by The Fortunes circa 1969 ….. where are they now ?/

        Turning a lathe in a factory perhaps … scrub that … we have no more lathes and no more factories .

        the politicians have collectively and cumulatively finally restored GB to its status quo ante … a green and quite unpleasant land.

        • 364
          Cardinal Biggles says:

          If you refer to “Silence Is Golden”, wasn’t that the Tremeloes?

          More of a Captain Beefheart man myself.

    • 75
      One of Mr Murdoch's 130 lawyers says:

      We are not bemused

  25. 54
    Gay Pride says:

    Owen Jones has the support of the “The poof on the Clapham Omnibus” Owen claims.

    • 65
      Dan Hodges says:

      Owen Jones is 28 years of age and has never heard of Tulisa.

      • 77
        Sir Venal Banker says:

        I have heard of it but have no idea what it is.

        • 294
          broderick crawford says:

          Isn ‘t it a flesh eating flower ….
          the horticultural equivalent of the piranha?

          • broderick crawford says:

            Oh no sorry … wrong person .

            Yes Tulisa Constatinopoulos

            With a surname like that she has got to be related to Vicky Pryce — is –right –opoulos .

  26. 64
    Moussa Koussa's pet meerkat says:

    It’s nice to know that Osborne has loadsamoney up his sleeve to fund a housing bubble, Gove has billions to fund Free Schools and Academies, Ofsted and League Tables, and Cameron has billions to spend on weapons to donate to unknown groups of murderers in Syria. Then of course we have billions to donate to ensure rail companies make a whacking off-shored profit, huge subsidies to energy companies, can guarantee (foreign) water companies eye-watering increases in takings, and we are so knee deep in cash that we can contemplate selling off bank shares at 50% of cost, just to aid the Tory election plans.

    No, there’s LOADS of money about. It’s just how Thick George, decides to spend it on his mates, whilst CallMe avidly fiddles and farts about with his kiddie computer games

    • 71
      Not-so-dhimmi-Jimmy says:

      I have it on good authority that the world-wide financial crash was caused by the library at Little-Piddling-in-the-Marsh, Mrs Groat at Number 21 needing an extortionately-paid home-help, and Fred Higginbotham living the life of Riley on his £74 pw benefit.

      It most certainly had nothing whatsoever to do with corrupt banks gambling hundreds of billions of cash they didn’t have on “products” they knew nothing about and couldn’t be arsed to read the small print. Luckily we just happened to be awash with a few trillions to save them from a fate worse than death, and ensure they didn’t have to change their habits-of-a-lifetime in case the same thing occurred again

  27. 69
    Gordon McRuin, Great Sage of Kirkcaldy says:

    A potty will never become overfilled. Until it is.

    • 85
      Toilets, always in the know says:

      I thought you wre going to be a bottomless New Labour outside lavatory today Gordie

      Changed your mind again?

      • 140
        Gordon McRuin, Great Sage of Kirkcaldy says:

        I have loved deficit spending and hated balanced budgets: therefore I poo in exile.

    • 305
      broderick crawford says:

      A watched pot never boils Gordie .

      Did yer mammie ne’er teach you that when you were a wee bairn warming yersel’ by the Aga on those cold winter mornings watching the gruel come to the boil ??

  28. 78
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    It’s time to go for Blair big time. Attack dogs ready!

  29. 80
    cotedebeaune says:

    Poor young Owen Jones. People like the J’wish Charlie Wolf (born Stephen Richard Linksy? – yet another name changer) will continue to run rings around him and will continue to use him and his acolytes as useful idiots.

    • 88
      Fucked off with the British media says:

      I find Wolf irritating. He waffles so much it’s beyond belief. Why did it take him to long to point out that the whole mess was started by Clinton and his home loans for mongs who could never afford to pay it back?

      • 100
        cotedebeaune says:

        But many of those so called “mongs” were from the working class (lower cognitive ability) black community in the US. Did they really understand the small print and the consequences of deferred usurious interest rates? All this was done under the guise of racial equality and pernicious equalitarianism. Were they simply taken advantage of for the profiteering of a vociferous “minority” group in NYC?

        • 110
          CarryHole is a porcine homunculus says:

          No they were taken advantage of by a political party that forced lenders to offer loans to people who could not pay it back.

          • cotedebeaune says:

            Where do you think the real power lies (no pun intended) in the US…Washington DC or Wall St.?

            Who funds these so called political parties?

            As they say, follow the money.

          • CarryHole is a porcine homunculus says:

            Washington.

          • cotedebeauner says:

            Both full of the chosen people – so what’s the difference?

          • CarryHole is a porcine homunculus says:

            Oh you’re a tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy nutbag.

      • 204
        The Real Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

        Wolf is routinely ridiculed as a far-right nutjob on Radio 5 Labour by Stephen Nolan and his friend the politically-correct self-righteous Marxist bishop (forgotten his name.) The pair of them gang up on him like bullies in a playground. I can only assume the reason Charlie goes on there is in order to feed his family.

        • 369
          Anonymous says:

          I stopped listening to Stephen Nolan and his horrible Bishop. It was just “rent a leftie” every saturday night with him, regardless of the subject the same platitudes are trotted out. He behaves as though he is stuck in the 1930`s

    • 89
      Historian says:

      What was Milliband’s real name?

  30. 81
    Dan Hodges says:

    Owen Jones’s Peoples Assembly, like Marmite, is more than an acquired taste.

  31. 85
    Fucked off with the British media says:

    IT is quite amusing to see the BBC still attacking the Eeee Deee Elll when in fact it was Muslims who tried to murder them.

    However, what I notice is this ‘message’ is common now across the media be it right or left wing.

    I’m not into conspiracy theories but you have to ask what is going on when Muslims are butchering people on our streets almost live on the internet and the entire British media spins a story that tries to make the white population feel guilty.

    • 92
      Matilda says:

      if that is really their intention then they will fail miserably! We want our country back!!

      • 98
        Fucked off with the British media says:

        Too late. The BBC ensure that a lie is halfway round the world before the truth is out of bed.

        • 161
          Lord Stansted says:

          It wont last. The whole rotted state of BBC (+msm) reporting will one day come back to them with interest. It may take another generation, but it will happen.

    • 129
      Your Friendly Neighbourhood Conformity Study Reporting Service says:

      They rely on what’s called the “Asch Paradigm.”

      Simply stated, the Asch Paradigm says that many people, in a situation where they DO know better, will still go along with something that is clearly bollocks, whether out of being cowed, or to avoid confrontation, or because they believe it is more important to present a united front– in other words, where there’s seemingly no immediate upside to dispute and no immediate downside to acquiescence.

      Asch’s experiments put subjects in a room with a group of shills who would verbally answer questions to which the answer was objectively obvious (i.e., no Q’s involving matters of taste, only fact) and gaff it so the subject would answer last save one. For much of the experiment the shills answered correctly, but towards the end they came up with howlers of wrong answers. The study was, what would the subject do in this situation? An astounding number went along with the group. Asch, later debriefing the subjects, asked why, and most of those who went along said, “I knew they were wrong, but what was the point of my telling them that? Who needed to get into a slanging match?” Sadly, more than one of the subjects told Asch, “Well, I thought they were wrong, but since there were so many of them and only one of me, I started to doubt myself.”

      Asch varied the experiment, sometimes having one of the shills give the correct answer before the subject, sometimes having the shill be ridiculed for doing it, sometimes not; sometimes varying the size of the group, etc. What he discovered was that there is a segment of the population which will always answer correctly no matter what, another group which will always go along with the majority, and a “floating voter” segment which will weigh the options.

      Asch did this experiment a few years after WWII, and it wasn’t done specifically to determine why Germans went along with the Third Reich (it was done in the US with university students), but of course his results were used by some to try to explain what happened in Germany in the 1930′s. (So we’re doing “Godwin” here– big fucking deal; what’s right is right, whatever you say– which was Asch’s desired though unrealised result.)

      • 162
        Lord Stansted says:

        A bit like climate change aka global warming.

      • 245
        Village Idiot says:

        ….It’s a weird type of “Group Think”,cult,brainwashing,gullibility and mainly weakness,especially mental…..poor luvs!!

    • 146
      blub says:

      “I’m not into conspiracy theories but you have to ask what is going on when Muslims are butchering people on our streets almost live on the internet and the entire British media spins a story that tries to make the white population feel guilty.”

      The media don’t want to admit they were wrong because that would involve admitting this has been getting a little worse every year for decades and they ignored it for PC reasons.

      • 158
        Fucked off with the British media says:

        There was an article in the Daily Telegraph asking this same question, the BBC quickly switched the argument away from Muslims extremism to the lies about endless attacks on Muslims. The BBC were quick to give Oxygen to extremist groups like Tell Mama who quickly spouted endless lies about ‘hate crimes’ against Muslims when in fact there was nothing of the sort.

        The only hate we see on our streets comes from Muslims, but of course the Telegraph bought into these lies.

        What I’d like to see is every BBC story about Muslims being victims being pulled apart in the press. Individual BBC people like Nikki Campbell, Richard Bacon, Victoria Derbyshire etc should be outed as shills for Islam.

        • 216
          The Real Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

          Radio Five Labour: Britain is a unified, multicultural paradise, global warming has been proven beyond doubt, and the EU is a benign democratic institution which only wants the best for Britain. Labour will make sure you all get a rise in your benefits in 2015 so don’t forget to vote for them.

    • 275
      CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

      You’ll find the vilification of the EDL by both left and right in the media is because most journalists are members of the left-wing N.U.J. and are following their union’s directive. The N.U.J.’s influence is most apparent within the BBC.

  32. 90
    Owen Jones says:

    Happy Father’s Day! What a treat for my dad – he can watch me all day on BBC – it’s the gift that keeps on giving.

    • 330
      Rufus Stone says:

      Didn’t think you knew who your father was.

    • 370
      Anonymous says:

      I spent £2 50p on the Sunday Times today, i couldnt believe they actually had an article by the moron who cant arrange for his son to have dinner money on time, together with Daily mail type “sad face” pictures. The man has made a fool of himself and his child and he seems really pleased with himself !

  33. 95
    One Term Dave says:

    Yahoo! I can’t wait to get involved in Syria. Think of the photo-ops. It’ll be my Falklands. Landslide in 2015!

  34. 101
    Fucked off with the British media says:

    I notice Brillo allowed that Muslim to spout the lies that there have been lots of attacks on Muslims.

    FACTS?

    A British soldier was beheaded on our streets. Several Muslims were convicted of plotting to murder other citizens.

    Is G-string wearing Nikki Campbell now running the BBC?

  35. 102
    I've heard it all now says:

    “Pope blesses hundreds of Harley Davidsons”

  36. 103
    Anonymous says:
  37. 108
    Zorba the Greek says:

    How come they close my broadcaster down? It wastes only a millionth of what the BBC wastes.

    • 138
      Long John Silver's parrot says:

      I think your Government closed your broadcaster down because you and your countrymen have not been earning and paying enough in taxes to pay the bills.

      • 321
        broderick crawford says:

        KOSTAS SAYS

        Oh we ve been earning all right Mister Silver never you fear
        It s just that we have nt actually been paying any taxes on those wonga and been spiriting them away to far off lands . A bit like the map your predecessors left you Long John ….. showing the location of vast wealth in the Treasure ( Cayman ) Island

  38. 117
    The neo nuts looney loons OBE says:

    Why dont you rename your Sunday Scum column…The Watson Files…. You are obessed with the Murdoch Slayer Watson

    Give it a rest tax avoider Guido….you are becoming a bore

    • 324
      broderick crawford says:

      steady old boy that s potentially libellous

      you ‘ ll be getting notice of a suit in the morning and it won t be of the sartorial bespoke variety …

  39. 121
    Dan Hodges says:

    Sweden To Ban Bestiality – Though Sex With Owen Jones Is Legal Until Next Year http://huff.to/1bCLdyg

  40. 125
    Tony Blair says:

    I’ve come down with yellow fever.

  41. 126
    Mehdi Hasan says:

    What was wrong with the interview? Robinson(EDL) actually performed decently. These people,such as myself, are probably an embarrassment to him.

  42. 132
    Feeble BBC says:

    I wonder if Andrew Neill is pleased with that interview?
    His stock has plummeted as far as I am concerned.

    I don’t want Robinson to have an easy time in any one to one, but I expect him to have a fair crack of the whip.
    He didnt get it this morning on BBC.
    The interviewer shouting down and and imposing his opinion on the guest delivers nothing.

    • 134
      Steve says:

      + 1000. Neill proved himself to be just one more Aljabeeba useful idiot. Shame, i too had a grudging respect for him, believing him to have at least a modicum of partiality about him.

      • 192
        Matilda says:

        That’s the second time recently he has been well out of order on his programme. His arrogance and pomposity is beginning to show. Not good. Time for a 50% pay cut?

    • 135
      Yu Saf Fascinator says:

      Playing with the big boys ain’t easy and a steep learning curve. The fact that your man is on the BBC should give you comfort but he must learn to cope with “tough” interviews if he is going to progress.

      • 147
        Feeble BBC says:

        He’s not my man. I’m not convinced by him, nor am I remotely interested in joining any marches organised by his colleagues … I want their opinion aired and debated though.

      • 149
        Steve says:

        Tommy ten names isn’t my man. I remain an entirely objective observer, and observed that that was not an interview but just another biased attack of the sort Neill nor any other BBC apparatchik would dare conduct with a member of the religion of peace.

      • 151
        CarryHole is a porcine homunculus says:

        I think he’s more annoyed that both interviews weren’t equally tough…

        • 154
          The Prime Mincer. says:

          True enough. In the love in that followed,Brillo actually apologised to the muslim for interrupting him and then went on to give Owen Jones a thorough Brown nosing.

    • 171
      Alex Jones says:

      A week ago it was me up there getting the business from Andrew Neil. Not like he has an ax to grind, or anything like that, right? I mean, what do Robinson and I have in common, besides telling everyone that the emperor is naked, right? It’s like, you come on and you don’t hew to the line those asshats want you to, as far as accepting the official version of things, and of course you’re a nut, and your message is not to be taken seriously.

      Listen, did anybody ever give any thought to the possibility that I and Tommy Robinson, although we might be opportunists, are actually seeing what’s really coming and, like the old-time Democratic Party boss, George Washington Plunkett, we sees our opportunities and we seize them?

  43. 133
    The Trouble Within Islam says:

    Blair has identified the problem but what is he saying the solution is? I can’t see one in his letter.

    http://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/lee-rigby-and-the-struggle-to-contain-violent-islamists-by-tony-blair

    • 137
      CarryHole is a porcine homunculus says:

      The solution is not to elect people like Tony or Dave.

    • 141
      Bob Fleming says:

      The problem isn’t within Islam, it is Islam itself. Blair is wrong again

      • 159
        tabblenabble01 says:

        Blair is a z i o loon loving, neocon/libertarian.

        FFS, Murdoch’s even let him **** his wife and be God-father to his kids. How much gratitude is that?

        Blair is playing a blinder for them!

        • 193
          Nice but dim says:

          Sorry, you have lost me. Both are supposed to be catholics – so what (and why?) is their connection/loyalty to 4x2ism?

          • tabblenabble01 says:

            His mother was Je’wish. You can only be a Je’w via the maternal bloodline.

            Now here’s a poser for you. Does that make the J’ews the greatest eu’genicists and racists there have ever been on the planet?
            It’s very subtle, yet very clever. You can only ever be 100% sure of who your mother is. Keeps the bloodline pure.

            Look up the case of the J’ewish father who married out of the ethnicity (faith?), had a child with the goyim mother, but then later wanted to send his child the the J’ewish Free School in London. The child was never allowed to enter the school even despite the father’s pursuit of the case through the courts and the race equality acts.

          • Nice but dim says:

            Thank you Tabble. I knew about the matriarchal bit, but had not realised a male 4×2 can swop his religion at will (unlike the muzzies who only allow opt-ins – and once in, never out again; charming people!). Best to keep away from all religions then you can’t go wrong.

  44. 136
    David Cameron says:

    Together with the entire population,I am sick to the back teeth of Owen Jones’s tweets.
    Today he has taken to tweeting “Thank you” to all and sundry,and his behaviour is rather odd.
    As a matter of public, he needs to be stopped before even more “Chavs” are radicalised.

    • 139
      Long John Silver's parrot says:

      If you just ignore him he will go away because he has nothing to offer.

  45. 145
    Owen Jones says:

    With Syrian Prime Minister after discussing scale of foreign jihadi presence – including ‘Brits’. pic.twitter.com/cYTH9br521

    • 194
      Matilda says:

      Watch your back. Arabs don’t like poooofs very much.

      • 329
        broderick crawford says:

        Oh actua;ll they do…. but on the very QT.

        Allegedly they ravish them regularly and the younger and more innocent looking the better ….

  46. 152
    blub says:

    The government want to arm the people who would have cheered Drummer Rigby’s death – including loads with British passports no doubt. Is there anything that makes less sense?

    Apart from why i used to think Andrew Neill wasn’t a complete ****.

    • 155
      Tommy Robinson - ED L says:

      I wonder if the Chinese/Russians would be up for arming us here in the UK?

      We could with a bit of regime change.

      • 195
        Matilda says:

        The Provos could probably help out too if you promised them the return of the bit of the island they really want….

        • 214
          The company they keep says:

          They want all of the island.

          • Matilda says:

            Yes, I am fully aware of that, but the bit they want north of the border, they can’t have. Do I really have to spell it out for you?

  47. 156
    The Office of Tony Blair says:

    One twitch today, at about 1:30pm, but nothing to worry about. Wendi Deng wasn’t even in the same country.

  48. 160
    q says:

    “David Cameron: Britain’s police are only ‘relatively honest’”

    me – david cameron is only remotely human

  49. 166
    Protest the cuts Insha'Allah says:

    Muslims are stabbing each other in the Washwood Heath Road Mosque in Birmingham.

    Is this a new phenomenon which will result in the increase in their numbers being slashed?

    • 174
      Cutting Edge says:

      Which ones do we have here in the UK, The Sunny ones or the Shear ones?

    • 178
      Long John Silver's parrot says:

      Have you ever been in your Local Court when there is a dispute concerning a Mosque?

    • 199
      Buergers are bad for you says:

      Gives a whole new meaning to: “I’m just popping into the mosque for a quick slash”.

    • 215
      Would Shami know? says:

      Was the arrested man here to escape persecution in his own country?
      I think we should be told

    • 228
      BBC shite organisation says:

      This attack be a Somali will not be mentioned by us – we only cover items that we can denigrate the white population with

    • 278
      Owned Jones says:

      Eeer, this is obviously a perfectly natural response by this poor victim to white oppression, er, which, er, has meant he felt he had no choice but to start stabbing other muslims.

      This is obviously down to Tory cuts. Lets go with that.

  50. 173
    Rock on Kate says:

    She may be a Labour MP but she is right, so right. And puts Dave to hame.

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/politics/4970771/Why-Ed-has-got-it-totally-wrong-over-the-EU-vote.html

  51. 175
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

    It was introduced by Labour to encourage investment and is added to all energy bills, meaning that besides households, industry and employers also pay, adding to the cost of all goods and services.
    According to the Renewable Energy Foundation, a think tank that has criticised the cost of wind farms, it currently adds about £47 to the average household’s cost of living.

    Lord Teverson, who leads on energy and climate change for the Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords, said the subsidies were not primarily for ‘a job creation programme’, but rather allowed Britain to compete at the forefront of the renewable technology industry.

  52. 177
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    The Foreign Minister of Ecuador is coming to London.

    David Cameron is actually going to meet him and the Foreign Minister is already putting it about that he is going to talk about Mr Arseache.

    Let us be perfectly clear about this: in British Law he has committed a criminal act in failing to answer his bail and is deliberately hiding from the Authorities.

    Cameron should say simply hand this man over and we can talk about all manner of things afterwards.

    • 207
      Let's all do the Diplomatic Twostep says:

      If they can :engineer: a temporary break in diplomatic relations, their embassy will have to be closed and everyone evicted/evacuated – including long term ‘guests’.

  53. 180
    Liam Byrne ( aka Baldemort ) says:

    Why there is no money left……..

    • 181
      Baroness Snotland says:

      There’s plenty of money left.

      • 182
        Baroness Snotland says:
        • 208
          Let's all do the Diplomatic Twostep says:

          … some of she could have used to buy her maid a proper visa.

          • Let's all do the Diplomatic Twostep says:

            * which…

          • nellnewman says:

            Not likely. That would have meant she spent money to help other people.

            That is not a labour party trait. They only use troughed public money for themselves!

        • 234
          Jack says:

          Another bloody bent lawyer

          London is creeping with them

  54. 183
    Ed Currie says:

    Lord Rennard, Lord Rennard

    Judgment day appears to have arrived.

    If only one of those women had spoken up at the time how many others could have been spared?

  55. 184
    Sun-reader says:

    Why no shocking nrew revalations about Rupee and Dung in the column of Britain’s leading political gossip-toting blogger? Doesn’t Rupe is pay him to dig up fascinating filth? I just can’t fathom it.

    • 186
      Sun-reader says:

      Only two spelling mistakes ain’t bad for a Sun-reader.

      • 200
        Super Injunction says:

        There is to be no more discussion of the Murdoch divorce or the completely unrelated No. 10 story from last weeks Daily Mail

        • 209
          Going cheepli says:

          Hey, pppsssst… you wanna buy an apostrophe? Cheap rates on Sundays.

    • 229
      Wendi says:

      My Rupee being hoisted with his own peetard

      Velly funny funny funny…

      Tee hee hee hee

      Who flung dung?

  56. 191
    The company they keep says:

    One of the G8 protestors walking with the Trade Unions in Belfast….

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpJQBluTMZE

  57. 198
    Anti Fabian says:

    This is asking for trouble, Guido should go along

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/jun/15/polly-toynbee-aditya-chakrabortty-coffee

    Meet Polly Toynbee and Aditya Chakrabortty for a coffee on Tuesday

    If you’d like to talk to our columnists face to face, here’s a chance to do so at our new coffee shop in east London

    • 202
      The You A Eff says:

      Well we won’t be going.

    • 230
      Russian Oligarch (and his bent City solicitors) says:

      London’s East End is becoming very fashionable Mandy tells me

      That’s where I top my enemies…

    • 242
      nellnewman says:

      Why would anybody want to meet polly twaddle?

      • 243
        nellnewman says:

        In fact I suspect most normal wokig class folks, if they knew of her, would hope they never encountered. Odious, upperclass, champagne socialist woman!!

  58. 201
    Owen Jones says:

    Tory MP Nigel Adams said last night: “It’s shocking to see how much money went on allowing that no nothing tweeter, Owen Jones and his comrades to live the high life. He’s the ultimate Bollinger champagne socialist.”

    • 211
      Editorial duty is a pain sometimes says:

      But the real question is: Does Owen know the difference between ‘no’ and ‘know.

      I think we should be told.

  59. 205
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

    Some of us OAPs vote FibDem !!!

    • 213
      Pensioners with Solyushuns says:

      Can somebody please explain what ANY benefit, let alone the universal type, Clegg is to the good folk of this country? Cameron should deport him back to Rotterdam.

      • 258
        Universal Hiss says:

        I find it hard to put into words the utter contempt I hold for Clegg et al.

        He’s more disgusting than the snails & slugs in my garden.Slimming out to eat all my hard earned cash, undercover of darkness.

      • 271
        Where are Tony Blair's expenses says:

        Clegg is the worst politician to hold office in the lasst 200 years

        On top of his incompetence he is a stinking hypocrite regarding equal opportunities in the LibDem party. Lowest number of women MPs, female party members routinely sexually abused and Jo Swinson Equalities minister – you couldn’t make it up.

        Did Jo Swinson and Sarah Teather let Reynard abuse them so they could get access to winnable seats. Surely they did not win ability

  60. 218
    Breach Boys says:
    
    


    Wendi, Wendi what went wrong?
    Oh, so wrong
    We went together for so long

    I never thought, a guy could cry
    ‘Til you made it with another guy
    Wendi, Wendi left me alone
    Hurts so bad
    Wendi, Wendi don’t lose your head
    Lose your head
    Wendi don’t believe a word he says

    I can’t picture you with Blair
    The guy’s losing all his hair

    Oh, Wendi, Wendi left me alone
    Hurts so bad

    
    
  61. 219
    Nadine's left nipple says:

    Nick Clegg has just said that welfare for the wealthy should be cut first.

    I am very sorry but welfare cuts for all across the board should be introduced on the same day.

    At times it is as if he does not get it at all.

    • 253
      Universal Hiss says:

      Means testing never works. It creates a cliff that people fall off & encourages gaming the system.

      Means testing is expensive. Another army of civil servants & all the costs of pensions etc.

      Yet another IT system that will be badly implemented at a huge cost to the taxpayer & won’t work.

      A very easy solution. Make all the fringe benefits of pensioners taxable.We used to have quite an efficient tax collection body until Gordon got his clumsy hands on it.
      A department who could hardly function collecting taxes.Lets give them the difficult task of paying a very complicated working/child tax credit which is alien to their culture.

      Of course this will be nothing compared to the disaster in the making.

      Step forward George Smith & his amazing all dancing Universal Credit.

  62. 220
    Joss Ayinglike says:

    LibDems: anti-business and anti-senior citizens.

  63. 226
    nellnewman says:

    And cleggie is now threatening to throw another hissie fit if the tories won’t agree to cut winter fuel allowance etc.

    ‘If they won’t do what I want I shall throw my dummy out of the pram and refuse to cooperate’

    How very grown up of him. NOT!

    • 232
      Trader Garage says:

      I agree with Cmleggie on thos one

      Why, in God’s name should a bunch of Hampstead Hedgies and Criminal Banlers receive winter heating

      • 233
        Trader Garage says:

        allowance FFS

      • 239
        nellnewman says:

        I know nothing about retired hedgefund folks and retired bankers. Out here we retired folks are fairly modest – we’ve just worked hard all our lives , and lots of hours, and saved for retirement (although in our case we are also raising a disabled grand-daughter on our diminishing retirement funds, with no help from the state too, but that’s by the by).

        Why should folks like us , who’ve worked hard and saved be excluded, as cleggie wants, from winter fuel allowances etc whilst folks who’ve never worked get everything?!

        • 249
          Trader Garage says:

          You deserve your well earned support Nell

          But you are not in the category I am talking about

          Have a nice evening

          • nellnewman says:

            Trouble is TG most of us across the country are not in that category that you are talking about.

          • nellnewman says:

            And I think also because cleggie only socialises in the westminster bubble he only understands hedgefund folk and bankers. True of all MP’s of all colopurs, of course!!

            That is the problem with MP’s these days. They don’t relate to real people across the country – only westminster bubble people and labour millionnaire folks!!

        • 259
          Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

          We Lefties love to shower our voters with money from hard-working Brits. :)

        • 290
          Miserable old fu**er on a Clapham omnibus. says:

          The reason for benefits, like winter fuel allowance, is because the UK pension is amongst the lowest in Europe and previous governments were embarrassed to see reports of old folk dying from Hypothermia and malnutrition. Pay those that have paid in all their working life and made a contribution to the country and society a decent retirement pension (which is not a benefit) and then scrap all the other odds and sods like bus passes, TV license etc.

          • Mustapha ben Effit says:

            Bollocks! All state money should go to poor m u s lims so that they do not have to work. It is exhausting producing scores of children from multiple wives.

          • Enemy Combatant says:

            Quite. What if you don’t want a stupid TV?

            Its just a subsidy for the BBC.

  64. 241
    nellnewman says:

    http://www.freep.com/article/20130615/ENT07/306150060/

    rupert and wendi deng are all over the news and now bliar has turned up in the speculation as the reason for it all.

    He is denying it loudly in every media format he can find, radio, tv and newspaper. He is , he says, a bosom pal, to both of them.

    Odd then isn’t it? that neither of them have come out to clear his name or defend him??!!

    Their silence is deafening!

    • 246
      Tachybaptus says:

      Well, try saying ‘Say what you will about Blair, at least he …’ and see if you can go on. He is now so publicly toxic that he is impossible to defend or excuse in any way.

      • 250
        nellnewman says:

        OK. ‘Say what you will about bliar , at least he made £millions from monsters and dictators’ !!

        Or ‘Say what you will about bliar he’s still pretending to be a peacemaker whilst advocating war in s yri a and ir an’

        ……

        • 261
          Universal Hiss says:

          Well with this sort of stuff if you open your mouth you’re doomed.

          So as an adviser Nell what would you advise?

          I did not sleep with that woman?

          That Welsh utuber poster on this site made revolting posts to me & many others.Does that make his ramblings true?

          Step back.

          Think.

          • nellnewman says:

            Oh come on Universal Hiss – bliar is an open goal , unless you can think of something good to say about him!!?

          • Universal Hiss says:

            I agree that Blair should be an open goal. However tittle tattle on twitter about sexual relations with consenting adults is nothing.It blurs the really important stuff.

            Isn’t it more important to have real investigative journalism about how an ex PM makes so much money in so short a time?All the other doubts of his time as PM.The MSP should have been shouting loud & clear about the corruption at the heart of Blair’s government.They didn’t & they don’t.

            Why?

        • 302
          Il Duce, speaking from experience, says:

          “Say what you will about Blair…”

          At least the trains ran on time. Well, sort of, anyway.
          And what more do most folks really care about a leader and what he’s doing, in terms of its effect upon their life from a practical day-in-day-out standpoint— I pose the question to you?

        • 346
          Never too much information from the Blairs says:

          ‘Say what you will about Blair, at least he …’ is on record as claiming that he could have sex “at least” five times a night or “more, depending how I feel”.

  65. 244
    Zimmer Holiday says:

    Labour head for an anti-pensioner campaign. They’re not satisfied with just robbing the over-60s and offering miserable state pensons, now they also want to clobber them to finance the reckless and layabouts. Watch the evil Balls and Miliaband plan as oit unfolds. They’ve decided that everyone’s money will be at the disposal of a Labour government. It’s back-door communism in plain view. Chukka and his ilk are dangerous.

    • 252
      nellnewman says:

      chuckusyamoney is only interested in how much he can leach from the taxpayer to fund his luxury lifestyle!

  66. 248
    Lord Levinson and Mr Jay says:

    Now that the clearly incestuous political relationship between the Blairs and the Murdochs has been established

    We have decided to reopen our enquiry, in the public interest

    • 255
      SLOTGOB says:

      Godfather Tony, Murdoch’s top crony: Blair attended Rupert’s daughter’s baptism on banks of the River Jordan

      http://dailym.ai/11hSwdB

      • 265
        nellnewman says:

        Exactly – he’s a very close family friend to the murdochs so why aren’t they coming out publicly to say he is innocent in all of this??!!

        • 295
          One of Mr Murdoch's 45 spokespeople says:

          Tony Blair must answer his own questions, my dear

          In the meantime, we will just quetly hang him out to dry

          Standard Operating Procedure for our Mob

  67. 257
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

    We FibDems are ‘shocked and appalled’.

    http://bit.ly/12P3Ale

  68. 263
    A million Iraqi orphans says:

    Say what you will about Blair, but at least he looks after his kids. A million pound pad each and it’s ages since any of them attempted suicide.

    • 268
      nellnewman says:

      You have to admit when you look at liebour over the last 15 years ; bliar, gurninggordon, bullyballs, militwit, damian, allycampbell……..

      wmd at 45 mins, death of d r d a v i d k e l l y , gordon with his I saved the worrld nonsense , davemilitwit and rendition, johnson and burnham and stafford hospitals killing regime, bullyballs decimation of our education system, edmilitit’s decimation of energy policy, and on and on…………….

      labour have done so much damage – they must Never Ever be allowed back into no10!!

    • 273

      did more than one attempt suicide?

    • 277
      Labours New Aristocracy says:

      Add to that the promise that his Son Ewan will be parachuted into a Labour safe seat so the gravy train keeps on-a-rollin

      • 299
        Jack says:

        I believe safe Labour seats are now for sale

        Like peerages

        Is is Lord Cashpoint and proud of it that we should approach to find out the cost?

        Guido knows these things…

    • 362
      Tony says:

      That Shanghai grip ain’t all it’s cracked up to be.

  69. 269
    You want fucky fucky? says:

    It would appear that Wendi Deng has form on falling for other women’s husbands…

    “In 1987, she met an American businessman and his wife, Jake and Joyce Cherry,[9] who had temporarily relocated to China and helped build a refrigerator factory.[9] She studied English with Joyce.[9] In 1988, she abandoned her medical studies and travelled to the United States to study, with Jake and Joyce Cherry sponsoring her student visa[9]”

    “When Deng was living with Jake and Joyce Cherry during her studies in the United States, Joyce Cherry discovered her husband Jake was having an affair with Deng, who was 30 years his junior, and demanded she leave the house. Jake Cherry soon followed and moved in with her,[9] and the two married in 1990.”

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wendi_Deng_Murdoch

    • 293
      Tatler glossy mag says:

      Old news

      But the Digger apparently did not know about this at the crucial time…

      He’s clearly lost his touch…

    • 334
      nellnewman says:

      wendi deng and bliar deserve one another. They both know how to manipulate people for their own profit!!

  70. 274
    Nigella says:

    Tonight I am drinking rather heavily. May order a kebab or a pizza later.

    • 276
      Joss Ayinglike says:

      Drink slowly; don’t neck it.

    • 336
      nellnewman says:

      Take control of your own life and tell that sad excuse for a man , who thinks it’s OK to physically abuse you to clear off and live a lonely life , whilst you get on and live a full one!!!

  71. 279
    WMD the initials that keep haunting Blair says:

    Wendi Murdoch-Deng

  72. 280
    Out of Curiousity says:

    With all these ex-BBC paedos being scooped, the beeboids are going to have filter all the repeats very carefully.

  73. 286
    Big fat Lib Dem peer says:

    Wish I’d caught “yellow fever” as well now, all the local wimmins must be lesbians or something.

  74. 291
  75. 304
    Miserable old fu**er on a Clapham omnibus. says:

    If David Cameron walked in here now I’d say, “You C*nt”

    • 312
      One Term Dave says:

      I’m used to it. I get that greeting every time I meet my backbenchers.

  76. 309
    Prick Clogg says:

    People who live in Spain do not need winter fuel allowance. I am certain that I will not need it when I retire there in 2015 and I don’t have to pretend to like my Sheffield shithole anymore.

  77. 320
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:
  78. 322
    s says:

    this cnunt of a government really means business

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/10123672/Street-lights-may-be-turned-off-to-help-fund-elderly-care-councils-warn.html

    taking us back to the dark fucking ages so they can have all the money

    • 332
      Universal Hiss says:

      Perhaps they should halt the subsidy for wind turbines. Then there would be none.

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      Socialism is a severe mental illness says:

      Do street lights really need to be on at 02:00?

      My cars have got headlights. I have a torch. My bicycle’s got a lamp.

      We need to reduce power consumption.

      Sorry, what’s your problem with the lights being turned off? (Other than you’re just a pathetic bedwetting socialist cretin who whines at everything.)

      • 345
        Universal Hiss says:

        The council tried this in a few villages around me last winter. Street lights went off at 12 & came back on at 5.

        Seems like a sensible move to me.

        I’m surprised you didn’t hear the howls of anguish.

        It stops a few of the piss heads dancing in the streets,makes house breaking more difficult, saves money & you can see the stars.What’s not to like?

        Health & safety. Elderly will fall over.Thieves can’t see what they are stealing. Ambulances won’t be able to get to save people as they don’t have lights etc.etc.

        • 359
          Alexsandr says:

          they go off at midnight here. dunno when they come on again but I think its 6, but just now they dont cos its daylight already.
          they cost 15p a night to have em on all night. Sensible saving.

          (They go off on the M5 near brum too.)

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    Mr Bumble says:
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      I will sleep better tonight knowing that the Moron’s brother-in-law’s bees are healthy

    • 333
      Enemy Combatant says:

      Perhaps they shot all the badgers?

      (Badgers like nothing better than raiding bees nests)

    • 337
      Sit Petra says:

    • 340
      The Shadow Minister for Honey Production says:

      Yeah, all that Climate Change is a bitch, innit?

      Oh wait– shouldn’t bees be doing better in a warmer climate? You know, like the one we have now where it will never snow in Britain again, forever and ever, world without end, Amen?

      So it can’t be the climate wot’s killin’ all them little buzztards, can it?

      Must be that Tory hive tax. Or something. We’ll come up with the official line and get back to you soonish. Ta.

    • 347
      The Pork Sword of Justice says:

      Just what I need – bedtime stories from a fat lesbian who colluded in the worst government of the UK in my lifetime.

      Why does the word “beard” spring to mind.

      • 355
        Gordon Brown, part-time MP, says:

        Does it not occur t’ ye, laddiebuck, I might like t’ be watchin’ two lasses goin’ at it as I pull the pud, and Sassy is willin’ t’ oblige this crazy old randy Scottish one-eyed loon’s fantasy? Couldna THAT be the reason we married ye hateful bigoted Sassenach ye?

    • 351
      Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

      I am the Bee’s Knees.

  80. 343
    Anne Chovey says:

    “FIVE passengers from a terror flight diverted to Prestwick Airport are seeking asylum in Britain.

    New York-bound EgyptAir Flight 985 was forced to make an emergency landing in Scotland yesterday after a note apparently threatening to destroy the aircraft was found in the plane’s lavatory.

    British Typhoon fighter jets escorted the plane to Prestwick, where the flight was met by a heavy police presence, but no arrests were made and the flight was eventually cleared to carry on its journey to the U.S.

    Police Scotland said that five people out of the flight’s roughly 300 passengers were now claiming asylum.

    She spoke on condition of anonymity, saying office rules forbade her from identifying herself publicly.”

    UK still a soft touch but you’ve got to admire their ingenuity.

    • 353
      Alex, formerly the cleverest politician in Britain says:

      Crivens, they must have been desperate to seek asylum in Scotlandshire! The only good thing about Scotland is the M74 to England!

      • 361
        Universal Hiss says:

        The shame for Scotland is that a rowing boat & a few ships biscuits could not be provided as asylum & other such matters are a devolved issue.

    • 376
      Matilda says:

      Surely if all passengers had been kept airside they would have been unable to claim? Either way they should have just been put back on the plane and sent off to NYC and they could have applied for asylum there on landing.

      • 377
        Matilda says:

        PS: It is time the K renounced this post-war Convention. It is now way out date and being abused by all and sundry. FCO and Home Office get off your backsides and do something useful for a change.

  81. 352
    Trolls are not what they were says:

    White cider has a lot to answer for.

  82. 357

    The trolls here have weak minds.

    They don’t get enough sex.

  83. 358
    Tony Blair says:

    When I said Saddam Hussein had WMD that he could use in 45 minutes, I meant that he had 45 minutes of Wendi Murdoch-Deng footage. I am a pretty straight kind of guy and Wendi says that I last longer than a BBC puff-piece on Nelson Mandela.


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