July 18th, 2013

Times Hijack Telegraph Royal Baby Webcam

With no diary bitch fights to entertain MediaGuido today, the Times have taken to winding up the Telegraph in person. Their Royal reporter Valentine Low has been busy subverting the Telegraph’s royal baby webcam this afternoon:

In fairness, it’s the first time anything interesting has happened on the feed so far…

Via @RobDotHutton


  1. 1
    Maqboul says:

    Still waiting…


  2. 2
  3. 4
    s says:

    in the DT – The heatwave has caused hundreds of deaths and more than a thousand fires so far as temperatures are set to rise even higher over the weekend.

    so we are supposed to take note? Nobody cares about disabled people dying as a result of this fascist government’s policies


    • 5

      But if all the hospital staff are going to be sent home because the temperatures are over 30°, who is going to look after these poor souls?


      • 16
        Maqboul says:

        I expect they will have a better chance of survival if Burnham’s Bloody Butchers are sent home.


    • 8
      Dianne 5 minges says:

      Disable people die all the time, get over it.


    • 9
      Sir William Waad says:

      We urgently need legislation to restrict the daytime shade temperature to no more than 25C.


      • 38

        Got it! We should build giant fans. On hilltops. They would provide wind movement which would have two uses:

        1.) they would cool us all down and

        2.) they could drive the windmills which produce power for the grid.

        Kill two birds with one stone, as it were.

        Brilliant! Wonder if I could get a grant?


      • 41

        Gоt іt! Wе shоuld buіld gіаnt fаns. Оn hіlltоps. Thеy wоuld prоvіdе wіnd mоvеmеnt whіch wоuld hаvе twо usеs:

        1.) thеy wоuld cооl us аll dоwn аnd

        2.) thеy cоuld drіvе thе wіndmіlls whіch prоducе pоwеr fоr thе grіd.

        Kіll twо bіrds wіth оnе stоnе, аs іt wеrе.

        Brіllіаnt! Wоndеr іf І cоuld gеt а grаnt?


    • 36
      one flew over the cuckoos nest says:

      I see they have opened up the asylum and let S out to enjoy the nice weather


  4. 6
    Meanwhile says:

    2 East Europeans arrested in connection with mosque bomb blast.
    Perhaps they have their uses after all.


  5. 7

    Off topic,Chukka Ummana guest speakr at Sunderland Central Labour Party dinner this eveningif he thinks the chavs in his constituency are bad wait till he meets this lot.they think Wikipedia is a STD,


    • 10
      Sir William Waad says:

      Seriously, why do young adults remain in towns where there is no work and there isn’t going to be any work in the foreseeable future? What’s to stop them taking the coach to London? If people from Poland can do it, why not they?


      • 17

        State Benefits,no ambition and most of them are thick!


      • 24
        Sofa lardarse says:

        Sir william indeed
        Watching that “skint” and the idiot who the cameras always follow was bemoaning theres no hope no jobs in scunny

        So fucking move then you lazy dozy twat like the rest of us have too


      • 56
        MB. says:

        Didn’t IDS ask that about Merthyr Tydfil a few years ago. There is high unemployment but plenty of work in Cardiff which is a short bus ride away.

        Personally nothing would make me move to London, not been there for over twenty years and no intention of going near the place.


        • 65
          Anti-Rentier Alliance says:

          Thats right the Scunny steel works closed due to a mass outbreak of fecklesses. Nothing to do with it loosing money,


  6. 11
    M102 says:

    You should photoshop a tumble weed in behind him.


  7. 12
    Bazinga! says:

    Why are there no cameras following Diane Fartbott? She must be due soon, she’s been eating for 20 for the last 10 years


  8. 13
    P l e b says:

    No one ever mentions the Daily Express on this blog. Does it still exist?


  9. 22
    William Vague says:

    Just wanted to issue a Level 3 warning that I’ll be sending our brave boys to a senseless death for a lost cause in some fly-blown foreign hell-hole.

    Carry on.


    • 61
      Chav with ASBO-soon-to-be-European-Arrest-Warrant says:

      No need for you to send me to Faliraki, Billy. I’ve already booked through Airtours.


  10. 25
    Dweeb says:

    Breathtaking stuff in the Grauniad where they are attempting to analyse falling crime figures.

    1) Crime hasn’t fallen. It’s an illusion

    2) Some crimes (theft from person, rape and fraud) are rising so nah nah na nah na.

    Wait for it… the peach…

    3) Some of the reductions in crime we see today could be the result of increases in policing yesterday (or, between 2003 and 2005 to be precise – when the force swelled with 8,550 additional officers).

    That’s right. Kids don’t go housebreaking any more because Labour temporarily recruited some extra coppers TEN YEARS ago. Surely they don’t mean that. Oh yes they do…

    “[this] would mean that cuts today could reverse some of our fortunes of falling crime in the future.”

    No mention of the most widely acknowledged reason for the fall – better domestic and vehicular security. Or even the vague possibility that policing has improved despite smaller numbers.

    That rag becomes more of a joke every day.


    • 70
      Catty Comments (Ms) says:

      Nope. Crime has fallen because fewer people are bothering to report it. All the plod will give you is a crime number (if they ever bother to turn up at all) and that is the end of it. Investigate? What get out of the canteen and actually go out into this deadly weather (hot, wet, or a bit chilly). You must be joking!


  11. 26
    Cunt off the weak! says:

    What a pile of utter shit!


  12. 27
    Ah! Monika says:

    Crime Figures.

    What if we increase benefits so every bugger on benefits can afford a 50”telly, a car with a radio and sat. nav , an iphone an ipad and enough left over for fags booze, drugs and food?

    Crime will fall.

    Lets do it. YEHHH!

    Hang on if we now reduce benefits…………


  13. 28
    Anonymous says:

    Woolwich murder suspect Michael Adebolajo has been attacked in Belmarsh prison, south-east London, the Ministry of Justice says.

    May this be the first of many.


    • 31
      Ministerer of Justice says:

      Leave it to us.


    • 40
      Maqboul says:

      It’s a practice martyrdom in celebration of ramadan. Enjoy bruvva.


    • 43
      Anonymous says:

      I do find it odd that justice is seen only to be carried out by criminals.

      And celebrated. How did we stoop so low. Why does our justice system fail to provide the deterrent and instead sub-contract it out to criminals.

      (The first step for justice is to adopt humiliation, the rest will follow)


      • 49
        Vote L/L/C for (as yet undeclared) expenses says:

        One suspects there was a special measures like only being held with people of his religion – they too don’t like beheading someone you don’t even know on the streets of london.


        • 71
          Catty Comments (Ms) says:

          The talking head on the telly said the loss of teeth was due to an altercation with prison officers. Whom to believe?


      • 51
        Piss be upon him says:

        Agreed except that there are two types of criminal who always prove unpopular with the general prison population. One is nonces and the other is terrorists. Last year a child killer got nicely done in by a cellmate. And now this piece of muzee shit has had his teeth knocked out. As a poster above said, let’s hope it’s the first of many such attacks. However, don’t be surprised if he applies for compensation and some leftie legal aid tosser helps him get a tidy sum.


        • 60
          Anonymous says:

          As the judge calmly walks over to give the sentence his right leg swings around and the teeth fly across the court room. “Now that is done, we do not have to pay for your keep while we wait for prison justice.”, “Release him”

          Honest sentencing.


        • 63
          Cherie Booth (Ms) says:

          Did someone call?


    • 57
      Anonymous says:


  14. 32
    Owen Jones (Live from Lords cricket ground) says:

    Cameron spends thousands of taxpayers’ cash on 140-mile helicopter ride which could have been done … http://dailym.ai/12HkL67


    • 67
      Dweeb says:

      Oh do fuck off. What do you expect him to do – sit in a jam on the A1 all morning while Daily Mail readers complain he hasn’t personally replied to their letter about dog shit?


  15. 33
    her Majesty lizzie says:

    *Looks at calender for the 20th time today and goes back to filing nails*


  16. 34
    A GP on £150,000 + private work says:

    Patients have been seeking my advice on keeping cool in the heat.

    My recommendation is to pop a few magnums of Krug Grande Cuvée champers in the fridge and quaff as needed to ease a fevered brow.



    • 45
      Patient on benefits says:

      Hey !! It works :)


      • 58
        A GP on £150,000 + private work says:

        HTH. Just FYI, if you have an Aston like mine with air-con in the boot you can take a nice Harrods hamper to Glyndebourne to enjoy a perfect picnic before settling down for Le nozze di Figaro. And our new contract means no-one will ring during the performance so say Mrs Miggins has taken a nasty turn!


    • 46
      Vote L/L/C for (as yet undeclared) expenses says:

      Or for a knockout blow show pictures of Stafford Hospital during Burnham and Nicholson’s reign of terror.

      may lead to nightmares causing cardiac arrest.


  17. 62
    Owen Jones says:

    Good news about the Woolwich killer getting smashed up in Belmarsh, nice one boys. X


    • 68
      Allah says:

      I don’t specifically remember making that prison beating happen, but it must have been my will.

      Right, Michael Adebolajo?




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