June 20th, 2013

LISTEN: The Osbornes, George and Jeffrey Duet


Courtesy of the World at One, together for one performance only, take it away….


41 Comments

  1. 1
    Alan says:

    A ‘Number One’ if ever I heard one! Congrats to the mixer! ;)

    • 9
      Gordon Brown says:

      I might just have to remove the Arctic Monkeys from my Zune to make room for this.

  2. 2
    Tony the blessed koont says:

    Me and Wendi make music together too.

  3. 3
    Digger says:

    Can I fleetingly beat my wife please Guido?

  4. 4
    PC Dixon says:

    Just a lazy scrounger – should be getting NOTHING -I expect he’s just hoping for a Labour government then the two Ed’s can give him more.

  5. 6
    Moonrat says:

    A karaoke song for kamikaze economy.

  6. 7
    Lambeth Borough Council says:

    Vote Labour or you’ll catch the plague

  7. 11
    Dr Beaker says:

    Zippy, George and Bungle spring to mind.

  8. 15
    Gay MP says:

    Frankly I find your blog a bit boring today Guido

    I think I am going to fleetingly assault the barman in Strangers, followed by a casual rape

    I will then have dinner with Evgeny and everything will be glossied over

  9. 16
    Gay MP says:

    Evgeny

    Testing

  10. 17
    Mark Oaten says:

    Who’d like to fly my wings of love?

  11. 19
    Gay Gordons says:

    Today I will be Omaha Beach

  12. 20
    Moussa Koussa's pet meerkat says:

    It simply shows how insignificant Obama thinks Osborne is – Well , Osborne is the lightweight’s lightweight, but he makes up for it by being a bastard and screwing over the UK economy.

    • 29
      nellnewman says:

      +++++Laugh+++++

      and gurninggordon and bullyballs I suppose nurtured the UK economy and left it solidly in the black in 2010 did they?

      MK sometimes you’re so funny!!

  13. 21
    George Orwell says:

    Fleeting assault and casual rape

    I knew it would come to this

  14. 22
    Tachybaptus says:

    I can see the confusion is obvious!

    Jeffrey = Soul
    Gideon / George = RSoul

  15. 24
    diomalco says:

    At the summit the other day Obama kept calling George Osborne, ‘Jeffrey’.

    See below

    ________________________________

  16. 24
    Philltop says:

    Osborne is a wanker, but this is all a bit desperate

  17. 26
    Jack says:

    A serious question

    What happened to all that uphill gsrdening yiu talked about here?

  18. 27
    Simon Parke's Mum says:

    He could have done Paranoid as a duet with Ozzy Osbourne

    • 30
      nellnewman says:

      George would have been better off with ozzy osbourne than with gordon’s vacuous omaha that’s for sure.

  19. 32
    Raving Loon says:

    Makes you proud of the special relationship.

  20. 33
    Gawd Help Us says:

    Here’s one he should be singing.

  21. 34
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’m horny
    I’m horny horny horny
    So horny
    I’m horny horny horny tonight

  22. 35
    Chuka Umunna says:

    Straight outta private school
    Crazy motherfucka named Chuka
    From the party
    Led by a cocksucka

  23. 36
    My comment says:

    We need a crime of ‘Financial Terrorism’. The banks did more damage to the country, and its people, than the IRA did.

    • 37
      Lord Acton (Regius Professor of Modern History, Cambridge 1895) says:

      Never mind the IRA, just remember the words of Lord Acton (circa 1895):

      “The issue which has swept down the centuries and which will have to be fought sooner or later is the people versus the banks.”

      Well overdue, if you ask me.

      • 38
        Bank Customer says:

        Lloyds Bank was so involved in terrorism that they even had a manual for their staff explaining how to launder money from suspected terrorist organisations and drugs cartels.

        The US Securities & Exchange Commission fined Lloyds a paltry $360m, but Lloyds is still up to it’s neck in fraud, theft, money-laundering, price fixing, market fixing and corruption.

        As is HSBC, BofA, Barclays, etc.

        The Gangsters now run banks, and the politicians are in their pockets.

        It would be almost funny if the terrorists they help fund actually attacked a financial centre…

  24. 39
    Vote Tory for (as yet undisclosed) expenses claims says:

    Sometimes you have to be cruel to be kind: when it comes to Chancellors.

  25. 40
    Del Boy says:

    Let us get this right shall we. The people’s Bankers Osborne and Cameron want to do right by us taxpayers and sell our shares in the privatised Banks.

    Well this is what I want them to do.

    Get a calculator for £2.99 from Tescos and then input the total number of shares and divide this by the total number of tax returns to be sent out in April 2014.

    Tell the punters that when they send back their tax returns and pay their taxes on time they will receive Stock transfer Forms transferring to them the shares.

    There is no need to get Cameron’s mates in the City involved because they will all want to take a nice little wedge for themselves.

    You know i am talking sense.

  26. 41


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A confused Nick Griffin says Nigel Farage is a shill for the City, forgetting that City banks want to stay in the EU:

“Farage is a snake oil salesman, but a very good one. His supposed anti-immigration stance is all smoke and mirrors, as is his carefully cultivated image as a ‘man of the people’. The truth is that UKIP is a pro-immigration party that exists to lobby for the interests of the City of London.”



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