July 5th, 2013

WATCH: Wharton Bill Wins Second Reading 304-0

The ayes to the right 304, the noes to the left zero…


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  1. 1
    Susie says:

    Fir5t!

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  2. 2
    Susie says:

    First!

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    • 68
      Geoffrey Brooking says:

      Sounds more like a cricket score at the end of Day One at a Test Match.

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      • 87

        With Graham Gooch at the crease maybe…

        But seriously though, here’s why the bill was unopposed – – –

        Remote Control At least 75% of our UK laws are now made in Brussels. Everyday decisions like bin collections and post office closures are not made at Westminster Parliament as you’d expect, but by the EU. Even worse consequences follow from the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty.

        See more vids about this abstruse cabal at our collection.

        I thank You for watching !

        Now You know WHY a Referendum is Vital for Britian.

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    • 76
      broderick crawford says:

      right FIR5T time Susie

      the correct spelling might have flirted with MODDY- fication !!

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  3. 3
    Call me Dave says:

    FML

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    • 42
      mad, swivel-eyed loon says:

      This vote is completely and utterly pointless. It is a farce, a pantomime.

      For one, Dave and his Tories aren’t going to be in power and even if they were, they would nobble it anyway.

      BTW Dave, don’t get us fucking involved in Syria and regime change, it’s got nothing to do with us and Syria hasn’t bothered us.

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      • 57
        raggie says:

        syria bothered me by boring me with wall to wall news. bomb them to get them to quieten down

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  4. 4
    S-E Loon says:

    That’s what is known as an ‘Egyptian Majority’.

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  5. 5
    A Reader says:

    I must congratulate everyone who has made this possible.

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  6. 6
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    Booooooooooooo Hoooooooooooooooooo

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    • 7
      Anonymous says:

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        Anonymous says:

        But isn’t the EU going to change the rules so that we cannot have a referendum?

        This bill won’t make any difference.

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        • 28
          Bob Knob says:

          Exactly, this is all one huge distraction to pander the the foaming UKIP moaners, the UK public will NEVER be allowed to vote in or out of Europe. It is not part of the plan, this whole fucking farce today is just the MP’s waving their c0cks in our faces knowing it means fuck all. The only thing these scum will understand is armed resistance, surely those paddys didn’t sell all their guns and semtex to Scouse drug dealers did they Guido? Guido? You there fat boy, or are you off writing what big uncle Rupert wants you to put in your shitty little sniveling Sun column?

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        • 77
          broderick crawford says:

          they’ve already got it covered in brussels

          if per remote chance the uk referendum is ever held and if per even more remote chance it results in an “OUT” vote from the hoi polloi electorate even after the govt spin machine and advertising agencies efforts to brainwash us into voting “YES” per even more remote chance fail, brussels will invoke the proviso that EU law takes precedence over member states law and will just revoke it !! ( ECJ / Euro Supreme Court and all that ) .

          As Alexander the meerkat would say ” Simples !!”

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  7. 8
    Anonymous says:

    Aren’t there 648 MPs?

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    • 16
      Lord Farridge of Man says:

      These are the grownups

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      • 78
        broderick crawford says:

        do they let you email from the Douglas WW2 internment camp Lord Farridge ??

        still i suppose after nigh on 75 years internment chokey since you were corralled with your fellow Petain Vichy sympathisers in 1939 a few home comforts are permissible.

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    Chuka is the New Ed...at least that's what chuka thinks. says:

    OT.

    Chuka was drowning on the WatO over the Union fraud thing. They surprised him by playing a statement he had not heard before saying that Ed had been warned but the grasser had been told to shut the fuck up.

    Which was a shame for Chuka as he never recovered from that. And also a shame as one got the impression that Chuka sees himself as the bloke to save/replace ED and this poor performance will not have helped Chuka in achieving that aim.

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  10. 12
    I do not doubt for one second that Labour will support a corrupt, wasteful and third rate shambles says:

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    • 20
      just don't know what to do with myself says:

      So long as the money doesn’t come out of our pockets.

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    • 23
      Andy Murnham - Mid Staffs Execution Officer says:

      I prefer the hashtag #NHS1200 – It’s more accurate.

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    • 26
      Labourunionsbbc = EU says:

      And ‘we’ are the biggest burden on it.

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      • 51
        Burgers are bad for you says:

        Is that the royal hippo ‘we’?

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      • 73
        I thought this site was about free speech says:

        not the merest whiff on the mainstream media about how labour have sold out to the EU, armed struggle here we come

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    • 63
      Forensic Accountant says:

      We also know it’s completely unsustainable financially and a massive shortfall is coming soon. But hey, we’re never going to tell the stupid people who vote for us that.

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    • 64
      Carry Hole is a porcine homunculus says:

      It’s killed millions.

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    • 70
      Anonymous says:

      And there was I thinking it had been planned by the Wartime Coalition government with the implementation botched by the Post War Labour Government.

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    • 79
      broderick crawford says:

      … especially as i am about to be admitted to have my combined gastric band and cerebral lobotomy procedures next week .

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  11. 13
    Anonymous says:

    “MPs including cabinet ministers ‘claiming housing and travel expenses for their children’
    Chancellor George Osborne among nine ministers claiming
    148 MPs made claims to rent larger properties for their young families
    Many also claimed back money for their children’s train journeys”

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    • 31
      IPSA says:

      Rather like an inverse bedroom tax.

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    • 80
      broderick crawford says:

      well after all be fair …

      the hoi polloi kids all get free bus passes now when barely out of nappies so the sprogs of the great and good have to keep at least one step ahead by getting free intercity train travel

      ….they ‘re working on free eurostar for their darling tots but not quite there yet .

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  12. 14
    David Cameron says:

    I’m not completely useless – I’m comment of the day on Guido

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  13. 15
    Ed Miliband says:

    I think I’ve shown incredible leadership on this issue.

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  14. 17
    green green the grass is green says:

    The green benches won, the MPs will lose in 2015 when people start to find out that they couldn’t even be bothered to attend the debate even if it was supposed to be a minor debate on an EU referendum, so much for caring for what the public think.

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  15. 18
    It'll never get through the Lords says:

    Fred Smith…..Dohh!

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  16. 21
    It's not just the BBC says:

    “£470k pay-off for Whitehall mandarin who ‘clashed with Lib Dem Energy Secretary’ boss
    Moira Wallace quit role with Energy Secretary Ed Davey’s department
    Came amid reports her relationship with Davey had become ‘strained’
    Last night it emerged she was handed a pay-off totalling almost £472,000″

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    • 52
      Burgers are bad for you says:

      Tax free, perchance too?

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    • 53
      Matilda says:

      … and that is just to cover her annual electricity bill

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    • 81
      broderick crawford says:

      chickenfeed compare to what heeeeeewn would have given her had he still been in situ … especially if she offered to shoulder (his)penalty points .

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  17. 24
    Chris Spivey says:

    John Burk-Cow cant be expected to walk a mile with his stunted legs… It would take the c unt 3 days… He could have caught a Taxi though… Or we could all chip in and by him a Morris Minor… Just a thought

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    • 54
      Matilda says:

      A pedal car would be cheaper – and help keep him fit

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    • 69
      Classic says:

      A Minor would be wasted on the little shit. An Allegro or Maestro rust bucket would be more suitable for Squeak and Slack Alley.

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  18. 25
    kebabmon says:

    We all know that there will never be a straight in-out referendum especially if the scot’s vote for independance. The current set of troughers have to much to lose. Anyone know how much taxpayers money has been wasted today?.

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  19. 29
    Sit Petra says:

    So, are 344 dissembling?.

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  20. 30
    Margaret from Heaven says:

    Pope John Paul II to be made a Saint, with just two miracles to his name.

    Err, what about me?

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  21. 34
    Penfold says:

    346 with no opinion then, or perhaps they’ve not checked with their paymasters……..

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    • 39
      Lap Sang Su Chong says:

      There are a few with opinions. Several turned up and took part. What they don’t have is belief in democracy. Their opinion is that they do not have any respect for the public.

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  22. 36
    Stockport resident says:

    15.16 and Prescott is still munching. You can hear him from here.

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  23. 37
    Ahmed says:

    Where are the postal votes

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    • 41
      Abdul in Lahore says:

      I am licking envelopes as fast as I can, but it is hot this time of year and I am running out of spt. Can I have a tea break?

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      • 84
        broderick crawford says:

        no … but you can requisition a second pankah – wallah to cool you down

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    • 65
      The Daily Planet says:

      SuperEd becomes a weakling when exposed to Kyrpt-Unite.

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    I got a lift there in Lens Roller says:

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  25. 44
    Little Ed. says:

    I have an aeth up my thleeve, I thall demand a judge led inquiry into thalkirk.

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  26. 45
    Ed Milibland is a hand puppet of the Unions. says:

    Yeah. It was to go through to the next round and now Labour will try and “kill” it.

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  27. 46
    illogical says:

    The ayes to the Right 304.
    Was Luciana Berger the nose to the left?

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    • 75
      Windmill Dave says:

      Surely the swivel-eyes to the right?

      The nice ex Commie Mr Baroso told me my top priorities rae buying more windmills and trains from Germany, fucking up the armed forces, unlimited immigration from Romania and Bulgaria and of course gay marriage. It’s not so much the gays I’m sucvking up to, pardon the pun, it’s more the EU idea of impsing unacceptable laws so you are all guilty of thought crime and speech crime or hate crime as my brilliant model Tony called it.

      That way the EU can have any of you arrested at any time and no one can complain because you’ll be a naughty “hater”.

      Simples!

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      • 85
        broderick crawford says:

        TRUE STORY

        techies have concluded successful initial trials of a rudimentary cheap mind reading machine…apparently totally more precise than the unreliable lie detector .

        spooks all fearing for their jobs as who will need phone / e mail hacking when you can just point an RFID gun at someone’s head to glean their innermost thoughts.

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  28. 47
    Mornington Crescent says:

    So what did the Labourites and LimpDums who were there do? Abstain?

    Ye G0ds, they couldn’t vote their way out of a paper bag.

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    • 56
      Sore away sunny says:

      No, they were completing the day’s expenses forms

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    • 86
      broderick crawford says:

      they WERE NOT there …

      they all took up Len’s alternative offer and piled on a fleet of charabancs to southend for fish and chips and a Ross’s ice cream with crates of beer and a “Red Flag” sing song for the return trip .

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  29. 48
    bencorde says:

    Massive con trick. Cameron knows the obstacles and loopholes ahead will make sure it never happens even if he does win 2015 which he won’t. Whatever – he’ll be able to claim it wasn’t his fault. Let’s be honest LIBLABCONS are all one party now. The party of thieves, liars and traitors. Time has come to turn 22% into 34% for the official opposition in this country now and turn no MPs into a majority. There’s more chance of this than there is of Cameron giving us a referendum

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    • 50
      W.C. Maguire says:

      Great post brother.But the mirror reading plebs will see its the LibLabs who dont want the workers to have a say.Up the workers

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  30. 49
    W.C. Maguire says:

    Tomorrow’s mirror headline.”Miliband crushes Camoron in Falkirk scandal.”

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  31. 59
    NBeale says:

    Is No Nos a no-no for Ed?

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  32. 62
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    The country used to be covered in oak trees which we chopped down to build the fleet ? Where the ships and where are the trees ?

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  33. 74
    MartinW says:

    Lindsay Hoyle would make a very good Speaker, and replacement (as soon as possible) for the egregious Bercow.

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