July 3rd, 2013

WATCH: McClusterf**k


53 Comments

  1. 1
    40 words. says:

    dave…….rave.
    self.sell fish.
    .
    .
    so dave is selling fish.
    here is the change.
    the tip.

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    • 7
      40 words. says:

      if dave is the beeej,
      …then
      …if is the beej
      ……then is must equal the
      .
      ……..l….
      …….alternative is worse.
      …….in the world of 5 shadows alternative is always worse.
      “noted”.
      “hoated”
      “coated”
      tale
      tell
      n
      no.always follows yes.

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    • 10

      How does Miliband reconcile his “One Nation” initiative with Unite’s Class based election campaign?

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      • 13
        40 words. says:

        money is straight.
        if only there was no wind.
        fart.

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        • 18
          40 words. says:

          air is hare.
          wind is the rush.
          head is upside down.
          .
          rush.iea…….,,io.
          ………….bear is teddy, bear is english, and the bigger bear,,,,,,,,,,,
          .
          .
          -and then then they all fell tumbling down.
          .tumbleweed.
          .weev.
          tell.
          t

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      • 16
        He's got a badger for a head says:

        I can’t wait to see Nigel Farage at PMQ’s. It is going to be amazing. Glass of red in one hand, fag in the other. Neil Hamilton sat smugly on one side of him, Christine on the other, Nadine Dorries smirking at the side.

        The rest of parliament waving brown envelopes at Neil as old Nige tries to slur his point about how he wants to reclaim the right to sell straight bananas from the disgraceful EU and appointing Nadine to the coalition as minister for grasping TV performances would be a ‘victory for common sense’

        be an improvement on the usual Wednesday lunchtime farce from a comedy perspective, but depressing for the rest of us.

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      • 19
        Ed Moribund says:

        One benefit-class nation!

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      • 42
        New Pope, Old Paedophilia says:

        By stringing together lots of unconnected “determined”, “leadership” and “going forward”-type platitudes.

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  2. 2
    Union Man says:

    Dave should have asked where the Official Labour leader was today.

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  3. 4
    Call me Dave says:

    I did rather well there, took the heat of my own incompetence for a while.

    wibble wobble

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    • 12
      40 words. says:

      klamityrave..
      .
      .
      kla at one end nd eva at the other other.
      .
      .
      aunty eve.
      do her?
      .
      .
      .the process of becoming holy is slow.
      the advice is the tip.
      never leave home without it.

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  4. 5
    Linky Linky says:

    Dave seems to have realised at long last that Abbott is one of Ed’s weakest links. But he must not pull to hard as she’s also one of Dave’s best weapons.

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  5. 8
    Good Day for Brian says:

    Did Dave say he was backing Brian Leveson and did not like the proposals from the Press?

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  6. 9
    Ed Moribund says:

    Weak! weak! Weak!

    I say. That hurt..that was really unpleasant to hear. I knew politics might be rough..but…well..that was very hurtful..{wipes a mall tear}

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  7. 11
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Emma Reynolds struggling badly on the Daily Politics.

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    • 17
      Small Fry in Big Pond says:

      Is she ever. Way out of her depth.

      Strange hair do too. Looks like she’s exposed her right side to the wind and all her hair is pointing to her left.

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  8. 14
    Dan Hodges says:

    2010 FoodBank use 40K. 2013 FoodBank use 500K. Owen Jones acts the arse and his tweets get worse by the minute while 1000s go hungry.

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    • 26

      I remember the foodbanks in Acton in the 1980’s.
      Butter from the worker’s of the CCCP to the people’s of starving Britain.

      I took mine. Why not? They were giving away free butter. And I was a student.
      Then they gave away beans. looked like baked beans but unside were some horrible, soviet pilchard type stuff.

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  9. 15
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Geoffery Robinson’s Pay Day Loans.

    Peter M. says “it really helped me out when I was struggling”.

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  10. 20
    The BBC Bias Unit, headcount 14,263 and rising says:

    We will not be broadcasting this.

    The headlines today: Egypt, Egypt, Syria, Glorious Arab Spring, Egypt, Egypt…

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  11. 21
    The Stockport One says:

    What a daft tweet.

    I am concerned about the mental state of Owen Jones.

    “You think hedge funds are middle-class? hahahahaha *breathes* hahahaha”

    Reserve a place at Broadmoor for this imbecile please.

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    • 27
      Owen McCluskey nee Jones says:

      Of course. Anyone who can afford a garden big enough to warrant saving up for a hedge is clearly far to rich to be middle class.

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  12. 22
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Is it time for Labour to unite behind a new leader?

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  13. 24
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    Lenny Boy has a point– if you’re going to buy Labour politicians, you should expect them to stay bought, I’d imagine?

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    • 36
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

      Then Labour should change their name to “Unite Union & Benefits Party” or face being sued under the trade descriptions act.

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  14. 37
    Labour hypocrite says:

    Miliband going on about class sizes. The elephant in the room he misses is that due to Labour’s open door immigration policy (whether you agree with it or not is not the point) has contributed to larger class sizes and a shortage of school places. It’s common sense, but Miliband and Labour think we’re all too thick to work this out. They constantly insult our intelligence. Patronising champagne socialists.

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  15. 38
    Andrew Efiong says:

    Cameron’s got Labour on the run! Labour’s union takeover is now there for all to see.

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    • 52
      Johnny M - there's no minge like a Joo minge says:

      It’s only a matter of time until Dave’s masterstroke shows up in improved opinion poll ratings.

      Oh yes.

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  16. 39
    Labour spinners says:

    I have income tax deducted from my salary monthly. I pay council tax to my local council. In other words I am contributing money to central government and local council. If I was unfortunate enough to be unemployed, in receipt of housing benefit and living in a social house that was too big for me, under the new rules I would receive less of a handout. Note, I would be RECEIVING money in the form of housing benefit. So why is the spare room subsidy a bedroom tax. HMRC have never heard of the so called bedroom tax. Cos IT’S NOT A TAX. Another example of the Labour party insulting our intelligence. They really do think we’re all thick.

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  17. 40
    Jimmy says:

    And that was the highlight was it?

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    • 41
      JHJ3894234923409 says:

      For pathetically tribal Labour lickspittles, no.

      For everyone else, yes.

      Just because your tame BBC never mentions the Winter of Discontent, does not mean everyone has forgotten what happens once Unions drunk on free loot get in to their stride.

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      • 50
        Jimmy says:

        My my, someone’s cross.

        I merely asked whether this was a sudden flash of inspiration or whether the Cicero de nos jours managed to maintain these heights of oratory for the full half hour.

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  18. 44
    Raptor says:

    All that Labour have to do at the next General Election is to win 35% of the vote, and they will be back in power with a working majority in Parliament.

    Public sector employees, people on benefits, ethnics, and the postal vote — job done.

    Cameron has failed to reform either consituency boundaries or postal voting, and has succeded in antagonising a large proportion of traditional Tory voters. He may enjoying himself baiting Miliband at PMQ’s, but the next real PM is going to be Len McCluskey. And he won’t need to answer questions.

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  19. 46
    Gordon Brown says:

    I wish Len well.

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  20. 49

    Now the PM, CEO UK Ltd, really enjoyed that attack on the Union Mafia.

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