July 3rd, 2013

WATCH: Dave’s McClusterf**k Highlights


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  1. 1
    House of ill repute says:

    And they wonder why they are all despised.

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  2. 2
    Jimmy says:

    You can see why he tries to avoid doing this.

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  3. 3
    Portfolio says:

    Old Communism but New Socialism….

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  4. 4
    Anonymous says:

    Who’s Len Macluskey

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  5. 8
    COMRADE ????????? says:

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      HenryV says:

      Criminal defence????????

      Odd phrase criminal defence. If you are acquitted you aren’t a criminal. Aren’t you are innocent until proven guilty. So………..

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  6. 10
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    Victowy is within my gwasp !!!

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      CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

      On the previous Local election results Labour were projected at 29% in a general election. even with opposition boost expected during mid-term elections. How the hell to Youguv and the rest conjure up these figures? I know they base most of it on media narrative, so as not to offend their customers, but how much are they “secretly” factoring in BBC bias?

      Political polling is bent to boost Labour in the news narrative and has been for over 40 years.

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      • 30
        Mdm DeFarge says:

        didn’t you know that all these statistics are extrapolated from a piece of fairy cake??

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        • 38
          Ear, Ear says:

          Yes, but it does rather show that the Tories recent surge of confidence and belief has more to do with BBQ’s at No. 10 and the red-tops buying into their benefits-bashing than any actual concrete signs of progress.

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          • CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

            pollsters refuse to show those signs of “progress”. There is a difference.

            Pollsters in the UK make their own shit up, they always have.

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    • 44
      geordieboy says:

      You Gov poll was conducted in Hackney by polling 1100 residents

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  7. 17
    HenryV says:

    Shame Dave can’t be more like this with Brussels, the BBC…………

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    P l e b says:

    So pleased Cameron could find the time for PMQs.
    Pity he couldn’t answer the questions though. Too infatuated with the unions whilst ignoring his own paymasters.

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  10. 29
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    Egypt,one of the most populated countries in the world, is hours away from a bloody civil war.

    We have to make a choice between supporting a weak,possibly incompetent ,President elected by a fledgling democracy or supporting a military junta.

    Our Leader chooses to use his time making inane comments about that idiot Len McCluskey!

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    • 36
      The Pharoh says:

      Egypt is nothing to do with us. MYOB and let them sort themselves out.

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      • 37
        Delboy says:

        But what about all those contracts Dave negotiated when he went there with that plane load of business types?

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  11. 31
    Andrew Efiong says:

    Miliband got dunkslammed!

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  12. 41
    graham smith says:

    Where does Len McCluskey get the money from?
    Where do the tory donors get theirs from?

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  13. 43
    yawn says:

    Too weak to run the Country… too weak to sack his health secretary…

    Methinks, he doth protest too much.

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