July 29th, 2013

Another MP Receives Vile Sexual Twitter Abuse


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    JH23409823094230 says:

    What sort of wanker has a cartoon avatar?

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    Old Blue Eyes says:

    A “moons twat” – the clue is in the name.

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    Tachybaptus says:

    You’d better ask Ewаnmе about that.

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    John Bercow says:

    Miserable pipsqueak of a man.

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    Jimmy says:

    But he’ll get out of bed to do this?

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    JH23409823094230 says:

    It must be a relief when he rolls off you.

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    Vendy Beng says:

    A fast promoted journo called Crooks
    Had fling with Lupert, account of her looks
    She then bagged Hachlan and Handy
    All incredibly randy
    Eskimo brothers sharing climson-haired nooks.

    Fang cue!

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    Ms Emily Dickinson (recluse) says:

    Is`nt that one of mine?

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    Anonymous says:

    Interesting to note the caricature of Watson has only one chin. Is the trade descriptions act applicable in this case?


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    I'm Nobody says:

    One of mine, actually.
    Yeah, I get mistaken for her all the time.
    On account of that silly piece of doggerel she wrote.
    Now she’s doing it, too, I’m afraid. All those years of agoraphobia have made her stir-crazy.

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

    Just had a long phone call with my usual locum, Dr Mafumi in Sierra Leone.

    He tells me he can set-up a 111 service by using $$ millions from an EU grant to fund all the costs of the clinic and basic medical training. No-one will check we’re using it to give medical advice over the phone to English peeps!

    We’ll just route all the 111 calls to Sierra Leone using Skype.

    All I need to do is let my good name be used on the headed notepaper going to the NHS. The money will come in handy, I’m a bit stretched funding Tamsin and Jocasta through medical school in the USA.

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    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Tom Watson, liar, hypocrite, bunter belly, inadequate, arsewipe. I think that sums him up nicely.

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    Vendy Beng says:

    That doesn’t rhyme proper. It is all my poetry. I am more striking than her. Take that!

    *slaps hard with hand*

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    Answers of our Time says:

    Tom Watson.

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    Shove Twitter up ur @ss says:

    Why doesn’t Fatso go on a diet?

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    Nigel Farage interviewed by the Guardian today says:

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    Monday evening rant at the shambles which is post-Labour Britain says:

    Why don’t UK mongs get that tweeting threats is not cool, and will likely get their collars felt by the local stazi police ?

    FFS: This is what happens when you shut down half the pubs in the country, and substitute flawed political indoctrination for a generations education and screw the economy up.

    Well Labour – this is your legacy, suck it up.

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    James Blunt says:

    Wanna see my spam weapon?

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    Maqboul says:

    A relief for any aspiring young Labour MP.

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    Tosspot says:

    Spose a Twitter saying Vote Labour is as vile as it gets..

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    Maqboul says:

    Inside every fat man is a thin caricature man trying to come out..er… trying to get out.

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    Old Blind Pugh says:

    Shouldn’t that be, “That does not lyme ploper. It is all my poetly. I am more stliking than her. Take that!

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    Old Blind Pugh says:

    Put it away this is supposed to be a family blog.

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    Vendy Beng says:

    Led Helling!

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    Slow on the uptake says:

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    Old Blue Eyes says:

    Actually it does rhyme but it doesn’t scan.

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    Remember, it is Labour we are talking about says:

    Anyone sure lefty activists are not trying to create a publicity stunt in order to draw attention to particular MPs causes ?

    The Twitter shenanigans sound about the right dialect for the left these days.

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    Old Blind Pugh says:

    When they super large like Watson and Pickles all their chins go into one massive one

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    Drunk Scotsman says:

    Want me to shite in your mooth, wee man?

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    Vendy Beng says:

    Mews Intelational velly much family business.

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    a non says:

    How polite IDNND. How did you avoid speaking your true mind.
    For my pains I inadvertantly clicked on Watson’s twitter address to reveal some hasbeen, attempting amongst other things to try to look trendy with ‘de yoof’ in respect of his modern musical taste.

    The man’s a queerplunger. Beefwitted. Roinish. An ogerhunch of the first order. Why do we bother? Perhaps just saying Socialist says it all.

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    Cherie Morticia Bliar says:

    Tom Fatson – why doesn’t he go on a diet? Well he’s still ugly, how the fuck did he get a new girlfriend? He used to pork that Unite bird that McCluskey had a lovechild with too – think those two are the Labour poor man’s answer to the Kennedy brothers. Fatter, sleazier, uglier, charisma free zones. Also interesting to see Drenge weren’t exactly thrilled with his endorsement. He’s from the Damian McPoison school of political campaigning – its no accident that he took an issue like paedophilia and managed to turn it into a political point – like as if all paedos are tories. Labour always does this – tries to paint conservatives as inherently evil people who devour their own young.

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    a non says:

    Do look up the word modbot- absolutely nothing to do with fairies and the like.

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    Vendy Beng says:

    You plobably couldn’t get it in anyway.

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    a non says:

    Another request to fix the algorithm Guido.
    The word was qu-ee-rplunger- Absolutely nothing to do with a-n-al s-e-x

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    Straight man says:

    At least someone has got it out here.

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    Red Leicester Piggott says:

    And all Dave got to ride was the fuckin’ horse….

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    I voted Labour. Heck, we all make mistakes. says:

    Because he’s monumentally thick, like all Labour MPs (especially shadow Health Minister, Diane Fatbutt).

    But, since morbid obesity leads (generally) to an early grave, I’d let the stupid fat fucks gorge themselves to their hearts’ (dis)content.

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    Faston McFucker says:

    When you understand Labour are the Nazi Party in fat man costumes you will not take the pissout of Watson retard

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    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    I see C4 Krishnan Guru-Murthy is back to his aggressive ways when questioning guests. Murthy definitely has issues. Over to you Clive James.

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    Cornish Pilchard says:

    One whose face looks worse?

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    Sir William Wade says:

    Is that a wig?

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    Idon'tneednodoctor says:


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    Northerner says:

    Labour ‘shut down half the pubs in the country’? Take it from me, the one thong killing pubs is cheap alcohol from supermarkets. What we need is minimum unit pricing.

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    Sir William Wade says:

    Cat fight!

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    A Day in the Courts with the caring NHS says:

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    A Day in the Courts with the caring NHS says:

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    A Day in the Courts with the caring NHS says:

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    A Day in the Courts with the caring NHS says:

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    Legal Eagle says:

    That is a very illogical defense.

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    D'Jango says:

    Is politics reduced to this?

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    A Day in the Courts with the caring NHS says:

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    A Day in the Courts with the caring NHS says:

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    Trigger says:

    This senior nurse should not simply be struck off.

    She should be convicted.

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    Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

    You want to see Twitter abuse. False Twitter accounts have been set up in my name and expose everything I do. It is a disgrace and is really cramping my love life. Baoz

  56. 56
    Andy Burnham says:

    Just following orders… just ask Reid, Hewitt and Johnson. Milburn may also confirm.

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    A Day in the Courts with the caring NHS says:

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    Andy 'A death is tragedy, 150'000 deaths a statistic' Burnham says:

    I feel so proud of every single one of them.


    Me mascara’s running now! Look what you made me do you silly lot.

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    Northerner says:

    You haven’t mentioned the failure of a system ofccompetitive tendering in the 111 non-emergency service? Or were you just about to come to that?

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    Labour is evil says:

    Was her union on hand to defend her?

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    The Blair Watch Project says:

    Doesn’t Tony Blair do a lot of business down in Sierra Leone ?

  62. 62
    Iain Duncan Smith says:

    All the above NHS staff can have jobs as Jobcentre advisers

    Let the sanctions begin

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    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP

  64. 64
    Westminster Watch says:

    Yup, afraid so.

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    John 'Quagmire' Handycock says:


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    Bazinga! says:

    Interesting to hear Laurie Penny moaning away on C4 news about how terrible we men are for being so nasty to poor Laurie and her ‘sistas’

    But take a read of the shite she wrote not so long back


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    a non says:

    Not even a goblin , sweet cheeks.

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    Bazinga! says:

    Did she dance at the Olympics by chance? Danny Boyle would be so proud of the caring NHS.

  69. 69
    Clegg Watch. says:

    Woking election result thrown out over voting fraud.

    An election trial found practices of “registering false voters, forging their votes and harvesting the votes of other registered electors”


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    Bazinga! says:

    Simple fix to the NHS.

    Sack all NHS doctors right now and stop pyaing the fuckers, lock them out of the buildings and offer them news contracts of employment.

    24 hour call out for 50K a year, take it or leave it (there are plenty of doctors in Romania).

    Reagan sorted out the air traffic controllers the same way.

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    Purulent folded Euro says:

    Vote Lab bloc in.

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    Stalin Gorbels says:

    What a fantastic idea Bazinga, you really do believe every bit of propaganda coming out of the media you useful idiot

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    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:


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    The Internet Squad says:

    Claire seems pretty upset with all the Twitter “abuse” as she would call it she’s getting tonight. And some do seem rather severe especially if read out of context or plucked out of a series of conversational tweets.

    But if her objective is a new law that everybody must be nice to each other on twitter then I have a feeling a new platform will have to take its place.

    One thing’s for sure, Claire is going to take up a lot of police time.


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    Anonymous says:

    We need no tax on supervised drinking.

    All Pubs should be free of tax for medium (old beer) and low alcohol drinks.

    (Pubs: low customer numbers per staff)

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    Elisabeth M says:

    So *upert banged *ebekah
    *achlan banged *ebekah
    *ndy banged *ebekah
    *oldstream *uards banged *ebekah
    *ebekah fucked the company

    Who didn’t fuck *ebekah?

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    Andy Bumhum says:

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    Margaret Moran says:

    Seems perfectly logical to me.

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    Anonymous says:

    It is not staff numbers, it is the staff.

    People died while supervised. Those people have rationalised killing; they must be removed and seen to be removed.

    All old nurses should be brought back to re-teach standards on the job. Most would volunteer their help.

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    4chan says:

    It’s only gay if their balls touch.

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    Claire says:

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    Northerner says:

    So you want to improve the quality of staff in the NHS?

    But let me guess – improved pay and conditions, recruiting from overseas and increasing numbers at University for nursing are all out of the question?

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    Anonymous says:

    Some of us looked with our own eyes.

    We were there when they died. We tried to make them see, but they were unable to interpret the world outside their propaganda of normality. It seems you might suffer also from the blindness of institutions.

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    Tachybaptus says:

    Or restore the Beerhouse Act 1830, which allowed anyone to brew and sell beer on payment of a licence costing two guineas. Passed when the Duke of Wellington was PM, much amended by subsequent puritans, repealed in 1993 by the Major government.

  85. 85
    Tachybaptus says:

    *ou’re *ust *ealous.

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    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Oooooh Victor.

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    Anonymous says:

    Quality of staff has nothing to do with money or background.

    If you do not understand that you have no hope of understanding how to fix the problem. You have also never motivated any team.

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    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    What’s to laugh at?

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    *achlan says:

    You don’t know how much I put in for the good of teh company.

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    Erskine May Not says:

    You are so unbelievably thick, you could only have become an MP.

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    Slowhand backs up JJ Cale says:

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    Anonymous says:

    Labour always think that throwing money at a problem solves it mixed in with increasing the workforce often migrants.

    Fro what I have observed in my time on earth, pay is not a major motivator or raiser of standards and neither is just increasing staff numbers.

    IMHO for years our politicians have ignored the drop in caring standards in our hospitals and they all (until very recently) stand on public platforms spouting the same clap trap that the NHS is the envy of the world (same goes for BBC) when it clearly is not in certain key areas and that has been apparent to patients, family and staff for some time now.

    Quite simply caring has been neglected in the pursuit of the technical. It is simply no good knowing an old lady’s blood chemistry if the old lady is suffering from bed soars and acute pain in the abdomen for want of the toilet.

    NHS staff are the best paid health staff in the world, most wards it’s hard to get a nurse to talk to you because either the nurse is busy talking about last night’s party or the nurse (and doctor) cam’t speak bloody English anyway.

    This is all further compounded in that most modern NHS hospitals are poorly designed, maintained and run and are awful places to work and be ill in. (cheers Gordon). And they are too large and soul destroying places to work where the staff are just anonymous cogs and not people known by everyone else.

    In the Navy…small ships are happy ships, the crew is well trained and works and plays as a team, the reverse is often true on carriers. But all matelots receive the same training and pay.

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    Gordon Brown says:

    I can ride a horse

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    Faston McTickingtintuckington says:

    these people spunk tax up the wall and if you call them names you go to jail


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    Northerner says:

    So why do we have millions of pounds worth of bonuses in the City each year and why was top rate income tax dropped to 45%?

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    I used to vote Tory, but then the likes of Claire watsit joined the Party. says:

    Cornwall. So backward, even Norfolk laughs at it.

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    Co-op says:

    Shouldn’t that photo come in a plain wrapper?

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    Bazinga! says:

    Doctors motto is not ‘do no harm’ it’s ‘do fuck all’

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    Straight man says:

    Thank you bw but it is VB who deserves the blame for outing that which cannot be said in public.

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    Jogrufy Techur says:

    Last time I looked, Devizes was in Wiltshire.

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    Anonymous says:

    The top rate of tax has risen to 45%, it was 40% under Labour. There is no point in raising it more any as people would go to great efforts to legally avoid it and the tax take would drop and that is self defeating.

    A trader’s bonus has nothing to do with a nurse’s salary. If you want to be rich then nursing is the wrong career choice, but interestingly since 2008 a lot of traders/bankers have moved into public service roles and the resultant pay drops and do not regret it.

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    Superinjunction says:

    You are under arrest.

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    Denzil says:

    Claire is from Somerset. Devizes is in Wiltshire. How does Cornwall figure into your observation?

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    Simon B says:

    No idea, but I’m chuffed that the Tories have brought in these fees which will make employment tribunals fewer and further between. Of course it doesn’t go far enough. As a wealth creator who employs 25 people, I believe there should be NO employment tribunals. I employ people, surely I should have the right to fire people just as easily. But, no…we have greedy unions and left-wing workers who think they have “rights”. What about the rights of those who fuel the economy? And it isn’t the workers who fuel the economy anyway. It’s people like me. I’m doing a favour by employing anyone. It’s *my* business and the sooner we get rid of more red tape (which the unions call “labour rights”) the better.

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    Northerner says:

    Well, I quite enjoyed that little politicised tangent but, really, my point was:if you do not want to go down the approachesoutlined, nor a titick-box or target driven approach, how does a central government ensure better staff, better ‘care’ at each and every hospital? Surely not a market driven approach?

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    Anonymous says:

    The other anon:

    Large organizations can be run well. What is needed for most humans is a connection to a group or entity that can make a difference.

    So make the groups or entities inside the large organization human sized. Make them compete between the groups. In the old days there were no continuous targets. People knew which were the best teams and who could deliver. Local targets were set but they changed regularly as the focus was put on different issues.

    The trick is to give the team total control. No matrix management or demarcation of jobs. The team has to control the whole area. Their empire is a set of heterogeneous skilled people with known boarders and known responsibilities. They care for all issues inside their physical border.

    Having parallel homogenous skill teams interleaved throughout a massive complex is doomed. It is always someone else responsibility or job.

    In general grouping people of the same skill set ends up with extreme behaviour. Never let a clique form and allow a “them and us” attitude to occur. All competition should be between similar diversely constructed teams.

    As for high pay. That only occurs when a group has created an impenetrable empire that is thought to be essential. It indicates only complete arrogance and protectionism. Only the weak pander to it. Do not make pay limits, that just heightens their self-importance, just remove the need for them altogether. Make progress past them. Remove their reason to exist.

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    Saffron says:

    Blameless liebour feckin shite government at it again with their was’nt us gov we blame it on others because we were in power.
    Kinnokio liebour don’t make me puke the man is a money grubbing welshiy windbag only interested in the cash.
    Red Eddynose going to take on Red Lenoski only a hollow piece of crappy.
    NHS deaths just when will people who were involved in disgraceful needless lack of basic and again I say basic care,and you don’t need a degree to figure out what basic care is about.
    Today this country is in feckin shite state compliments of shite politico’s who frankly could’nt run a pee up in a brewery.
    Most of the politico’s today are in it to screw us as to what they could make out of us and the rest is academic,or feck you I’m alright.

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    Superinjunction says:

    This story isn’t the only thing that was blown.

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    Once bitten twice shy says:

    Back of the net! What he clueless bastards don’t realise is the more legislation they pass regarding employment to protect the incompetent, then the less people I will employ.


    Anyone who looks like they may do me for racism, homophobia, parenting rights etc funnily enough doesn’t get passed the first interview stage.

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    Ed Miliband says:

    We could always discuss how crap a Labour leader I am, if you prefer.

    1983 here we come…

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    Partisan Bastard says:

    Grow up.

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    Adolf Hitler says:

    They were only following orders.

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    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:


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    Superinjunction says:

    Don’t forget who your real friends are…

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    Northerner says:

    Final point, as I’m not necessarily disagreeing with (either) anon. But yes, you can give total freedom and responsibility to those atthe local llevel. But if those higher up the food chain (up to the Health Secretary) are ultimately held accountable then they will intervene to have all processes below them how they would like them.

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    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:


  118. 118
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:



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    Caitlin(I'm working class and I will keep reminding you)Moron says:

    A nasty MAN in the torygraph has been saying I’m the new MaryShitehouse. Doesn’t this MAN know I am the most brilliant (and working class) columnist who ever existed. Just read my brilliant column in last Saturday’s Times: “How to cope with a friend who is on the 5:2 diet”. I think ClairePerry , MaryBeardyweirdy, St. Stellagreasy, Hattieharpic, Mariamilfer and Joswansong (notice I include no MEN) are wonderful, and did you know I’m working class?

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    In Defence of Mary Whitehouse says:

    Yep. History repeats and it starts NOW.


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    Cesspit says:

    If the police want to find the misogynist lunatics who’ve been sending ràpe threats on twitter, they should get the IP addresses of many of the people who post vile comments of a sexually violent nature on this site every day. The authors are clearly deeply inadequate and have a need to hide behind a PC to make their disgusting comments. Inadequates who hate women because of their own shortcomings.

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    Point of Information 2 says:

    Good points anon.

    My view on certain items you mention:

    i) Nursing is not a career it is a vocation. Vocational occupations are typically rewarding to the person as they can derive benefit from the good work they have done. Helping someone in need is infinitely more rewarding, and should be regarded as society as being so, than acquiring a lot of material wealth.

    ii) Bankers pay is tied to GDP / Money supply growth. It is clear that the economic books have been fiddled for a while now, and with some thought one can see the problem with this set up. Subtract ethics and morality from the banking sector, especially through hazardous moral policies such as QE and tax payer bail outs, it is clear why in Ch!na they execute errant bankers, and perhaps why that needs to happen here in the UK.

    iii) The problem with work, nursing / banking is that under Labour the UK employment sector has swung to a pure Marxist model.

    Marx was all about materialism. That translates now to consumerism and the notion that you go to work only for wealth reward to accumulate material goods.

    It is an unpleasant philosophy which derides the spiritual returns that vocational choices offer, and also leads to a rather depressing experience in the work place.

    Material wealth / goods are nice, but over time are no substitute for spiritual reward for doing what you know to be ethically and morally sound work. Unless of course you are a psychopath.

    Some of the above sounds counter intuitive, but is accurate.

    The left have done a very good job of portraying the extremes of Marxism as being a condition of the right to be abhorred whilst actually implementing it whole sale.

    Reversing this problem, and the deeper issue that crops up in communitarian political structure – where an interesting little dialectic is introduced to put the corporate and political classes into a positive feedback loop of sorts (the press call this crony capitalism) – is going to be painful for many.

    Does need to be done. Those who choose vocational paths should be respected for the value of the work they do and rewarded accordingly. They should not be pressured to acquire material wealth.

    Those who wish to acquire material wealth should only be rewarded if they follow sane ethical and moral principals in order to acquire that wealth. If they break the law in their pursuit, they should be tried and jailed.

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    Point of Information 2 says:

    The sad thing is: Do you really think they give a fuck about that tweet of yours pointing this out ?

    Not that it is worth trolling anyone, bit of a waste of time, but these methods of behavior modification don’t work on line. Make you look a bit more of a fuck wit if truth be told.

    Has Perry put up any more porn on her web site yet ?

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    Just Askin' says:

    Did Stephanie Flanders band *ebekah ?

  125. 125
    BBC Mong says:

    We hated her because she knew what a load of perverts we were shielding.

  126. 126
    Point of Information 2 says:

    Ok – so it took until about comment 126 on the last thread of the day, at 22:47 – past Owen Jones’ bed time, for some moron at Labour HQ to figure that smearing the GF readership / poster could be worth a punt.

    I do not think your libel holds much credibility as people who comment on this site wouldn’t issue such a threat.

    They may comment on the aesthetic features of certain MPs – but it is generally respectful. Unless they deserve otherwise, and certainly have never seen anything other than capital punishment justified in a limited number of cases.

    This is a family blog. ;-)

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    Ippikin says:

    No need to Ed. We all know you are crap, that’s all there is to it!
    I like to think of you as one of those ventriloquist’s dummies, sat upon Len’s knee with his hand up your back.

  128. 128
    Ippikin says:

    We all know that, but who rides you?

  129. 129
    Ippikin says:

    That sounds like a man with absolutely no redeeming features. Do I know him?

  130. 130
    Pussy Whipped says:

    On a more philosophical note, women are women and men are men.

  131. 131
    Ippikin says:

    He thinks more is better.
    Besides, has he had to pay for his scoff?

  132. 132
    Ippikin says:

    Too bloody right I am.
    I stood in the queue with a smile on my face and something for the weekend in my pocket, but nothing came in it.

  133. 133
    Ippikin says:

    The kindly enlighten us Sir/Madam.

  134. 134
    Superinjunction says:

    It says Did Rebekah Brooks Fuck Rupert Murdoch and His Son Lachlan?

    More later. You could try a proxy.

  135. 135
    Ippikin says:

    Where’s SC tonight?
    Has been been consumed by his passion for nipples in a foreign clime and gone awol?

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    Nightcap. A Nice Family Tweet for a family friendly Blog. says:

  137. 137
    White hat geek says:

    But they do appear know how to hack your web site / servers and replace content.

    Tread carefully with them, they may come back on a different vector.

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    Baroness Warsi says:


  139. 139
    The Belmarsh Tooth Fairy says:

    Ah the infamous Westminster rocking horse . . . what became of that little ditty?

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    From beyond the reach of UK censorship says:

    The whole page is saved.

    …emails were unearthed suggesting that Crooks had, at various times, had sex with Boulson, her boss Lupert, and Hachlan, Lupert’s son and the likely successor to his empire. A new twist on honor thy father.

    In one of the emails, Crooks purportedly discussed the size of Boulson’s penis. It’s not clear if her estimation of his member was favorable or not.

  141. 141
    The Belmarsh Tooth Fairy says:

    Whose? Yours, mine, his or those belonging to the bird on the campsite.

  142. 142
    AllDykesNeedAPrick says:

    I’d like to tweak yours Baroness

  143. 143
    AllDykesNeedAPrick says:

    He’s trying to look like Roy Orbison.

  144. 144
    From beyond the reach of UK censorship says:

    a vague report in The Daily Mail alluded to a “dynamite” sex scandal that prompted British Prime Minister David Cameron to hold crisis talks at Downing Street.

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    Northerner says:

    What a load of clap-trap.i:o) This country has been reliant for so long on public sector worker’s misplaced sense of loyalty and duty to others, on which the Tories and others depend. hi) No-one has doneore to undermine the vocational nature of public sector working than the Right. Encouraging private sector competition is the most (painfully) obvious example.

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    I'm really scared now says:

    Its all gobbledy gloop to me.

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    q says:

    meanwhile, the rich get richer and the poor get poorer

    not that important hey?

  148. 148
    From beyond the reach of UK censorship says:

    This guy is very keen to hush things up in the UK


  149. 149
    Ippikin says:

    Yes, but that referred to a Minister and (I think) Cabinet member if the old grey cell is still working.
    Is this something else?

  150. 150
    Jesus Christ, Almighty says:

    They’ve been doing that since before Pontius was a Pilate.

  151. 151
    The Red Penny Fan Club says:

    She did write an awful lot of shite and did do a lot of bad TV.

    But I think that she is improving.

    Whinging on TV doesn’t become her.

    She should criticize those who have derided her, but in doing that should regain the moral ground. It is not just men who think some of her early work was poor.

    Laurie: Get in touch with your real you and shine strong. You had it right a few months back when you finally made some pro-feminist comments which were not overtly hostile towards men, but supported your argument on its strengths, not the alleged weakness and flaws of men.

    Listen to your inner libertarian: Don’t repress that voice, broadcast it !

  152. 152
    Disinformation says:

    I wonder why that could be?

  153. 153
    Point of Information 2 says:

    The updated NHS hypocritical oath is:

    Do no harm, unless Andy Burnham tells you to.

  154. 154
    Owen Edgar Snailwipe Balls says:

    Whine, I know that noise, when ignorance has an opinion greater than the fact or the argument. This is the privilege of the infants of the left. Which is what we need to know when it comes to………, to a holiday in Tuscany. Or a sinecure at the Independent (fill JH’s pants), or worse the an accountant for GMG.

  155. 155
    Elisabeth M says:

    Exactly NBW!

  156. 156
    Vote UKIP says:

    Not much chance of that in the EUSSR.

  157. 157
    Singing Tit Bird Porn - Legislate around this (Family Friendly) says:

  158. 158
    Silent Bob says:
  159. 159
    Anonymous says:

    Good to see I’m not the only one to notice his behaviour.

  160. 160
    Enough for now - there is more says:
  161. 161
    C.Perry says:

    That’s the sort of tweet everyone will be reduced to sending if I have my way.

  162. 162
    Person from Porlock says:

    This post is typical of the moron you mention. They have no facts or rumours to offer.

    It is a no more than an exercise in psychological projection.

  163. 163
    Anonymous says:

    Her problem is that she just isn’t particularly bright.

    Glib but not bright.

  164. 164
    Mr Picky-Picky says:

    On a medium which is limited as to space, i.e., 140 characters at most, where conciseness is the key, a superfluous “lovely,” with people “gathered” at a “gathering.” Redundancy and tautology.

    One instance where “taking the pith” would have been a good idea. You’d think she, of all people, would know how.

  165. 165
    Sarah Brown, Bottom-wiper for hire says:

    “Doing a favour”? It’s a mutual contract. If you’re not getting any benefit you’re not much of a businessman. You sound rather bitter: not much of a judge of character either then.

  166. 166
    Sarah Brown, Bottom-wiper for hire says:

    Defacating in the street is not the same as riding a horse, Gordon

  167. 167
    As opposed to this... says:

    Anyone who cares, the Liberal Left were using these tactics ages back.

    Join a TGDT – Twitter Gulag Defense Team if you find you get mass blocked and account suspended for no reason. There are some good ones in the US if you have a libertarian bent and dislike communists.

    (Good people as well – you have to attack the lefty retards on mass, and then your Gulag defense colleagues will spring you out…)

    Stay within the law, but remember that Twitter is really about 140 characters of free expression. Your expression may not be to the liking of some, but the activities proposed by Creasy above are counter to freedom of expression and should be dealt with accordingly.

  168. 168
    Anonymous says:

    Stella Creasy makes bid to reclaim Thought Crime credentials from Perry bid.

  169. 169
    Hot Wacks says:

    J J Cale 1938 – 2013
    Composer of After Midnight, Cocaine and Call Me the Breeze
    15 Albums to his solo name.
    Collaborations with Eric
    Long standing friend of Leon Russell
    Clear inspiration for Dire Straits and Mark

    Rest in Peace my friend.

  170. 170
    Owen Jones - Keyboard Monkey Mong says:

    Not sure what keyboard Owen has, but I is next to u and o on qwertyuiop layout…

    ** Mong Fail Owen ! **

  171. 171
    Tachybaptus says:

    It’s already happened. My Orange email account won’t let me send a message with ‘tit’ (or ‘title’, ‘institute’ etc.) in the subject line. Since I run a birdwatching blog, this can be a bit tiresome. Another banned word is ‘teen (or ‘thirteenth’, ‘mangosteen’ etc.). Makes Guido look quite tolerant.

  172. 172
    Point of Information 2 says:

    The report did not indicate if Minister was in Coalition government or previous Labour. The only thing confirmed is that David C apparently realized the political significance and the unnamed individual was confirmed as not being currently in the cabinet at the time the article was published.

  173. 173
    The Red Penny Fan Club says:

    She should speak from her heart rather than the politically correct script which others are giving her.

    I think she is bright, but somewhat easily manipulated and gullible.

    That is not said as an outright attack against her, just an honest formed opinion.

    The frustrating thing is that if she goes back and checks her observations about the video cameras at Waterloo I think it was, and some of her other off the cuff comments – there lies her real steel. She knows what is going on, and if she doesn’t express that she is living a lie unto herself, which is shameful.

    Come on Laurie – you know what you should be doing. Have the courage to do that !

    The Left and your signed up for causes need that kind of leadership, and you can do it.

  174. 174
    Sarah says:

    In my opinion, I think that’s very very nasty of you Mr. Picky-Picky. I also think too that you should never never return again to this site.

  175. 175
    Bird Watch says:

    I guess the Shag is verboten as well.

  176. 176
    Stellarcareersy says:

    Yes, we really are on a race to the moral high-ground.

  177. 177
    Point of Information 2 says:

    I recommend you to check up on your Marx.

    The notions of misplaced loyalty and that workers should not show loyalty or take pride in their work are all lefty class struggle divide and rule strategies, straight out of Marxist theory on the whole.

    These are not right wing notions – this is all left.

    You have expressed in one paragraph most of the cynical views which undermine completely a vocational workers work ethic, and which when repeated discourage many from going into these fields with the right ethic.

    Unnecessary deaths and poor standards of nursing care on the NHS are some of the consequences. Think this over.

  178. 178
    Thomas Jefferson says:

    Anyone like to have First Amendment Rights here?

  179. 179
    Owen and Chuka had a thing says:

    its true Owen and Chuka had a bumbum thing

  180. 180
    JH394823942309 says:

    For fucks sake, we are going to be reduced to making people dip their finger in ink as they vote. Wouldn’t be a bad thing.

    Strange that if you import the third world, third world shit starts happening.

  181. 181
    Northerner says:

    As someone who formerly worked on the public sector I know that most employees have a sense of duty to and also such a loyalty to the profession and it’s responsibilities that they’ll fight all the way against demoralisation and failures in the public eye. They know that most will not receive a large wage. All they ask for in return is a little bit of respect. I suppose, that is principally that OTHERS look upon their work as a profession too.

  182. 182
    Northerner says:

    See @ 37. Being hampered by posting on a smart-phone but you seem to be misunderstanding my point(s). Most in public have a sense of vocation – I am saying that the British people and the Tories who play on it do not deserve it. And to Re err to the original point, if these feelings of vocation and ‘care’ do not exist, how does central government go about fostering this culture?

  183. 183
    Croydon clippie says:

    Them ‘bloody’ diamonds again, I suppose.

  184. 184
    The strings broke says:

    You had a job, totally uncaring to who paid, not a profession,, the job has now become too expensive and is now getting what it deserves, the violins stopped playing years ago.

  185. 185
    wittgenstein says:

    Thanks for rescinding the block on the earlier made comment Guido.
    As Tachybaptus shows above, many words can appear to be extremely rude yet their alternative original meaning is anything but.
    With the Queen’s English going down the tubes daily surely wordsmiths like Neo and your good self should be promoting Gove’s efforts here to stem educational language failings than letting things slide into a state of ignorance.

    “You learned the concept ‘pain’ when you learned language.”

  186. 186
    Anonymous says:


  187. 187
    cracking idea says:

    Yet another privileged Oxbridge posh kid pretending to be one of the masses who has absolutely no experience of real life is just what the Left needs….

  188. 188
    More 'rub their nose in it' cultural enrichment says:

    Thank heavens Labour search parties found these guys. How wonderfully enriched we all are now.


  189. 189
    one person one vote says:

    The Tories have got to sort out the electoral system as a matter of urgency, especially postal votes.
    These cases are happening far too often.

  190. 190
    piggy bank says:

    Perhaps the poor may consider getting a job and not spending money they don’t have?

  191. 191
    Old Blind Pugh says:

    It’s just a case of a bunch of TWITS, TWITTERING, its time our so call so called MPs stopped bitch fighting and started doing the job they are paid very handsomely for doing, the country is still in crisis financially any sharp set back and the UK will in an even worse position than when Broon was in charge in 2008, who in their right mind would place their money in a financially defunct country, bang goes the “City Of London” on which successive governments have placed all their faith in, bang go all pensions and money you have invested in them. Political parties will have to get used to coalitions, it did seem to work during the Second World War, with of course the odd bitch fight, it shows that it can be done if minds are willing.

  192. 192
    Anonymous says:

    This news brings a happy start to the day.

    England should rejoice every day at the benefits NuLab’s mass immigration has showered on the nation.

  193. 193
    JH394823942309 says:

    These vans are needed in that they shatter the tacit assumption that this island is some sort of nascent-cultured ‘open zone’ that anyone may wander in to and look for the main chance.

  194. 194
    Airey Belvoir says:

    I see that the US based websites mentioning Rebekah’s sexual shenanigans have taken down their pages. Must be some heavy pressure going on.

  195. 195
    Northerner says:

    The comment was meant to be in response to POI2 above. Bit thanks for just proving my point!

  196. 196
    NE Frontiersman says:

    I blame Waltham Forest Council for closing all the loos. If these people could still scribble on walls there’d be no need for Twitter. The target was a Waltham Forest MP. I rest my case.
    Amazingly, the councillor who closed all the loos is now outraged at the spread of public urination. This is the man who dragged a company to the Crown Court for offering their cardboard boxes for recycling, as recommended by the local waste authority, of which he is chair. We do Thick in a very special way up here.

  197. 197

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