July 31st, 2013

Tom Watson on Peter Cruddas: Then and Now

Guido is sure Ed’s adviser Tom Baldwin will appreciate Tom Watson linking to Ashcroft’s ConservativeHome article which references Dirty Money, Dirty Times, the Ashcroft book which extensively covers Baldwin’s coke snorting days.

And how nice of Tom Watson to tweet about the vindication of Peter Cruddas. Perhaps he will be apologising for attacking him at the height of the scandal on the Beeb and in the Mirror? He threatened on ITV that the public had “not heard the last of this scandal”.

How apt…


  1. 1
    Tachybaptus says:

    Labour apologise only for what other people do.

    • 5
      Don't sniff the glue says:

      They have not apologised for killing all those people in the NHS.

      • 8
        Maqboul says:

        Or Iraq.

        • 11
          M102 says:

          Fat c’unt

        • 177
          Old Misery says:

          The Iraq War was a fatuous exercise (clearly, it’s impossible to help Muzzies out of their various cesspits – they just jump back in) that benefited only Iran. The overwhelming number of people, however, who died in Iraq in the last ten years were killed by fellow Muslims and it’s quite possible just as many would have died under Sadam and his mad son without any western intervention.

          • Ippikin says:

            Very likely. The question though is do we let them get on with it?
            The answer of course is very much more complex and I suspect ‘globalisation’ plays a part in the equation, as we can longer just blame ‘fuzzy-wuzzys’ in a far-off land that we will never see, or have any contact with.
            It does seem though that the world’s Muslim populations are still going through a ‘civil war’ in respect of Sunnis and Shia’s, but that does not in any way excuse the obscenities of inhumane behaviour that we keep on seeing.
            Is this really what their God is asking them to do?

          • JH394823942309 says:

            ‘do we let them get on with it’

            Do we LET them? What are they? Our children? Our pets? Our lawn?

            Leave the fuckers to it. They need to kill, kill and kill each other until there are stable homogeneous populations in stable pockets of land.

          • Ippikin says:

            No, they are populations that for generations, indeed centuries, we have interfered with for no obvious reason apart from our own benefits.
            Hence the question.

          • Pentangelis says:

            Maybe if we had let the murdering genocidal maniacs ‘get on with it’ we might be in better shape ourselves, not having spent vast sums we do not have in our interference.
            Therefore I vote ‘let them get on with it’.

          • Taxfodder says:

            They (meaning NOT us) would have sorted themselves out just like Britain more or less did in medieval times, it was never fair nor very pretty and foreign meddling and a great deal of stupidity did not help other than prolonging the pain.

            From what I am witnessing in the UK of late it seems to me the UK could easily become unstable again in the not too distant future, all the signs are there and history has a nasty habit of repeating itself for the ignorant, greedy and selfish intolerant.

    • 16
      Presumed Innocent says:

      Has the PM and the Conservative Party apologized for the way they treated Mr Gruddas?

      • 31
        Old Blue Eyes says:

        No but he should and quick. He seems to accept very quickly any and every accusation against his own people despite their denials. Take the case of Andrew Mitchell for instance.

        • 65
          Presumed Innocent says:

          I have a hunch there will be another Then and Now story on this blog tomorrow. With a picture of a sun tanned Dave rather than that freezing guy covered in snow.

    • 25
      Carry Hole is a porcine homunculus says:

      • 29
        The Fifty Seventh Earl of Perineum says:

        And your point is…?

        • 30
          Cheeky Chappie says:

          Very hard

          • Guido's Crack Den (you have to be on crack to read the shit this guy publishes) says:

            Former drug user bangs on about another former drug user’s drug use.

            How apt.

        • 51
          Carry Hole is a porcine homunculus says:

          maintaining traditions that have lapsed for too long.

          It was time for some Aliizée.

          Turn off the sound and enjoy.

          • Tay King-dePisse says:

            After the watershed, goddammit.
            You’ve got kids reading this fuckin’ blog.
            Wouldn’t want ‘em to be bloody warped by our bad example.

          • The Fifty Seventh Earl of Perineum says:

            Someone had to be us.

          • me says:

            Not AC1 again. Beast would have posted it but not the Anti Citizen

      • 154
        Anonymous says:

        Not AC1!

      • 216
        Johnny Hallyday says:

        Ah, reminds me of the 60s in France in the days of yé-yé. Nubile young lovelies like France Gall and Sylvie Vartan.

  2. 2
    broderick crawford says:

    dirty money dirty times ?

    i prefer the ac\dc rock version

    dirty deeds done cheap

  3. 3
    Weird Ed says:

    Mr McKluthky, pleath can you tell me, doeth thith mean that I can’t thay, ‘Dinnerth for Donerth in Downing Thtreet’ any more?

  4. 4
    Daily Mail reader says:

    Everything should be banned. Everything apart from factor 50 sun cream which stops you catching canser.

    • 17
      P l e b says:

      Even dictionaries?

    • 27
      Carry Hole is a porcine homunculus says:

      Sounds more like AlGraunaid to me…

    • 126
      Money says:

      Lefties just don’t get the mail.

    • 166
      Another Daily Mail reader (female) says:

      I would of included New Dettox Extra with Febreeze. It is very important to protect your family against germs and it has a nice fragrance that my little girl likes!!!! I would of thought you could of mentioned that. You definatly should of.

      • 227
        Furry liquid says:

        I would of if I could of but that nice Mr Patel on the corner had run out. He should of ordered his supplies a bit earlier. I know if I had been running a shop like that I would of.

      • 246
        Village Idiot says:

        …”I would of”, I would have? “You definitely should of”, You definitely should have.

  5. 6
    Strangely says:

    Over on the DM website there are about 40 comments on St. Doreen’s elevation to the peerage, all of them applauding it and all of them mercilessly red-arrowed. When I looked earlier, there were several green-arrowed comments in opposition, as you would expect in the DM. Strangely, all of these comments have now disappeared.

    • 12
      Crime appears to pay says:

      Not sure what qualifies her for peerage.

      Seems to set a dangerous new precedent for activists to bypass the electoral process to get into the Lords.

      Another way of viewing the tragic events prior to the police mishandling of the investigation is that another drug dealer was taken off the streets.

      • 36
        The 'border' between the Kidbrooke gang and the Woolwich gang was shooters hill road says:

        “drug dealer was taken off the streets”

        Should anyone look, the MSM will not, that’s for sure. St. Stephen was warned off by the rival drug gang, who he and Duwayne chose to ignore and go back on ‘their’ patch in Eltham. The resulting confrontation between the rival drug dealers, is what led to one’s demise.

      • 44
        Carry Hole is a porcine homunculus says:


        No more than the vast numbers of black on white and black on black crimes the MSM studiously ignore.

        • 67
          How Many Mental Crackheads Can Guido Host on One Thread? says:


        • 220
          Your Friendly Neighbourhood State Of Race Relations Analysis Service says:

          “Black-on-black” crime is just a dodge the Right use to evade responsibility for racism, goes the new (maybe not so new) Leftie lament.

          The Right don’t really care about the black victims, they just want a cudgel to beat the black community over the head with– just as racist police, and racist groups, used to do with great regularity (literally) within living memory. So goeth the mantra.

          “Projection,” we believe it is called, when you ascribe motives to others that you yourself are guiltier of than they are, to divert attention more often than not. Saul Alinsky would kvell at how well trained the Left are in their predictable response.

          The main difference is that the response is becoming less and less universal, as persons of good will on the Left have cottoned onto what the game is (and has been), and are legitimately asking why the question is continuing to be avoided by those who cannot answer without betraying their own essential lack of interest in a solution.

      • 81
        Jimmy says:

        “a dangerous new precedent for activists to bypass the electoral process to get into the Lords.”

        Where else do you find insightful comments like this?

        • 85
          God Save The Citizen says:

          It’s like an intellectual oasis, innit Jimmy?

        • 102
          Ewaname is not the enemy, and I am not Ewaname says:

          Hi honey, how’s my beautiful lefty Labour genius today ?

          Tell me – ** smirks ** – What shade of red should I get if I support Labour – For lipstick etc. ?

          Is it blood ?

          ** laughs **


          N E x x x

        • 113
          sackedhack says:

          Hi honey, how’s my beautiful lefty Labour genius today ?

          Either still pissed or hungover.

      • 153
        Meanwhile in Burnley says:

        DM “I’m going to break every white bone in your white face’: Asian footballer jailed after racist tirade against match referee.
        Any comments Diane, Doreen?

        • 171
          Doreen says:

          This has been grossly exaggerated. His so-called tirade only went on for 20 minutes so how could anyone tell what he said?

        • 173
          Jimmy says:

          What other colours do bones come in?

          • Mong Watch says:

            I think it was the face bit that crossed one line.

            And the expression of intent to commit assault.

            Anyone know if the player used the term ‘bear hair’ ?

            One of the cutest derogatory terms As!an’s use to describe us ‘ghosts’.

          • Meanwhile in Burnley says:

            In fairness, he did also call the ref a mother fvcker and threatened to k1ll his family and burn his house down.

          • Point of Information 2 says:

            Threatening to k!ll the family and burn the house down: Right there is grounds for his arrest.

            Labour would prefer to play the race card as they do not want to be reminded of how they helped create the Philpot situation.

        • 185
          Doreen says:

          I am just a humble grieving mother who deserves a peerage, so gimme one.

    • 33
      polythesis says:

      In todays perverted world you get a peerage for costing the taxpayer tens of millions and destroying the careers of dozens of decent policemen, how many inquires now? And all to satisfy the denial of parents who couldnt bear to face up to who their son really was and what he was really up to. All that money on lawyers for one case and a media desperate to peddle the myth of a sainthood none of that family deserves.

    • 125
      Madiba says:

      Doreen, you’re as hot as my iron lung. Yousa! Call me…

  6. 7
    Alfonso says:

    I was most surprised at the attitude of Mabel Donkersly. She should never have been under that umbrella with Stanley Oakenshore, nor should she have been wearing that silly wig belonging to her aunt Doris.
    However now she has got herself into this position her only hope seems to be to seriously take up Judo or Yoga to see if she can get out of it.

  7. 10
    Dave should resign now says:

    Cruddas / M!tchell are two situations where Dave has pulled the trigger on people in response to baseless smears.

    Coulson he appointed against advice.

    He surely is neither safe leadership material, nor loyal to his own party.

    • 18
      Maqboul says:

      The polls disagree.

      • 20
        Point of Information 2 says:

        The people who allegedly answered those polls disagree.

        The polls do not necessarily reflect broader opinion, but only that of the sample which was questioned. Extrapolations of this to the larger unquestioned population should be considered with a grain of salt.

        • 23
          Maqboul says:

          Bollocks. They are representative samples made by professional statisticians. Somehow I tend to believe their expert conclusions rather than your amateur wishful thinking.

          The next stage up is the election itself. Be prepared for an early one.

          • Point of Information 2 says:

            You believe that, you must vote Labour.

          • Maqboul says:

            Yes and no.

          • The Fifty Seventh Earl of Perineum says:

            UKIP then, Maqboul? :-)

          • Maqboul says:

            Maqboul does admire Al Farage it is admitted.

          • Ooh Get Her! says:

            She’s a bit up herself, isn’t she.

          • Maqboul says:

            May the spokes of your cripplewaggon buckle in the heartwave tat.

          • Do Not Take The Lord's Name in Vain says:

            I am not fit to lace tat’s shoes my old china.

            And you are not fit to lick the soles of those shoes.

          • boredshitless says:

            tat is a notorious latent homosexual who went screaming in a hissy fit from this blog after he was humiliated by Guido and threatened never to return yet came crawling back the very next day in a variety of sockpuppets. Spent most of his cripple time trolling Bill then Cat. Everyone is still waiting to see his threat of melting down this blog with his super technological powers. What a wazzock.


          • The Fifty Seventh Earl of Perineum says:

            WOW @ boredshitless :-D

            and for our friend: ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

          • The Fifty Seventh Earl of Perineum says:




          • Maqboul says:

            Cat, his other fiendishly clever trick of tat was to impersonate other folks by nicking their monikers. Fooled everyone it did. Not.

            A sad case but in his defence he is a bitter cripple, living at home with his mam in some characterless shithole like Croydon or Guildford. Who cares? But when you know this you can feel only pity for the troll – for loitering on this blog is the sad bastard’s only reason to live. Let us pray that his useless legs get better. His feeble mind, alas, will never recover.

          • The Fifty Seventh Earl of Perineum says:


            Content from a private email I sent today:

            Maqboul, who is quite cute…

            It doesn’t mean I fancy you! It means I think you have a brain. But you know that – I hope.

    • 21
      Bob Mugabe says:

      I might be looking for a job soon.

  8. 13
    broderick crawford says:

    seems from the interview clip that tommy boy was not so much concerned about what transpired at the premier league dinners but that he himself could not partake of their gastronomic delights at great suffering /loss to his stomach .

  9. 14
    David Cameron says:

    Who is Peter Cruddas?

    • 24
      Maqboul says:

      A bloke with the bit between his teeth, flushed with success, and now with a fat war chest who is about to sue Watson’s fat arse?

      • 50
        Yawn says:

        Oh do stop ranting you silly old queen.

        • 59
          Maqboul says:

          UKIP sock puppet resorting to ad hominen attacks in the absence of any coherent policies except duh-duh, Let’s quit the EU,,, and er …. Let’s… er… leave the European Union and er… that’s it.

  10. 15
    Sebastian Fox says:

    I am a slimy piece of shit

  11. 26
    Toby Y says:

    I am a single man nostalgic for the days before the fashion for an entirely hairless mons veneris. Am I the only man in the world who still likes a floridly sprouting bush? But “natural” is not without problems: I sometimes find that, having persuaded a woman to avoid pruning, I regret it when curlicues get in the way, causing irritation. Would it be too particular to request an au-naturel appearance, with spot-trimming at entry-point?

    • 34
      Jeffrey says:

      i like a brazilian……unfortunately my missus has got the whole of south america….

    • 111
      Pruner says:

      I have a nice Kolkwitzia Amabilis. Or you could bury your face in a flowering Philadelphus Belle Etoile.

    • 187
      Ippikin says:

      Its the re-growth itching that is most disturbing . .

  12. 28
    The Fifty Seventh Earl of Perineum says:

    Gove is the only one to come out with clean hands over this.

    Watson is just an enormous septic tank with a paddle. Never seen anyone stir shit like him.

    * Labour is falling faster than a lubricated Eric Joyce on a mountainbike.
    * The LibDems are the afore-mentioned septic tank with the paddle removed.
    * The Conservatives run themselves like Russell Brand at a phone-around.

    There is only UKIP.

    • 43
      Anonymous says:

      vote UKIP get Wd Millitwat and Balls
      Sorry but thats what would happen cept you are too thick to see it

    • 49
      Maqboul says:

      The UKIP has had its 15 minutes of fame. The one man band, single issue party has been eclipsed by the resurgent Tories who are on a roll. Farage does not have the funds nor the party machinery to deal with it.

      • 53
        Nurse Ratched says:

        Thanks for the incisive political analysis.

        Now get back in your padded cell and take your medicine you nutter.

      • 108
        New Realist says:

        You wish, sweetie! It’s really no good repeating the same old rubbish mantra. We are moving past the old dead parties.

        • 118
          Point of Information 2 says:

          Not so much dead as un-dead.

          Metaphor of UK as a rotting zombie seems to work. The old political order is a part of this.

          There are many in the existing system who are as fed up with this as the plebs. They are the ones to watch.

  13. 35
    Ohthisbloodypc says:

    If they make a film about Leveson, they’ve got to cast Paul Henry as Tom Watson.

    He’s best known for playing Benny in Crossroads. (Paul Henry that is, not Tom Watson)

    “Rupert Murdoch, ‘e was like the Mafia, Miss Diane”

  14. 37
    Is Kike allowed instead ? says:

    Interesting one from the DM…


    David Ward setting crosswords now ?

  15. 38
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    As I have said many times before, Watson is a fat slag, lying scumbag and an extremely fat tosser arsewipe.

  16. 40
    Ed Twelvety Balls says:

    Look, please go away will you? Stop looking at me!

    I’ll be staying with Lord Lucan until 2015, then I’ll pop out and insist Labour’s dire election result was nothing to do with me before launching my campaign for the Labour leadership.

    Meanwhile, there’s nothing to see here. Just pretend I don’t exist…

  17. 41
    Bring out the shit stirrers. says:

    The usual suspects. Tom Fatvrd and Lord Arsecroft! Hypocritical tripe as usual!

  18. 46
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Norman Smith of the BBC was wetting himself stupid this morning over the Cruddas victory. Was Smith having a go at the Times, no not at all, the 5 minute rant was reserved for slagging off Cameron. The BBC is too left and too biased, now where have I heard that terminology before.

    • 66
      Heel Petra says:

      Cameron has had plenty of time to redress the balance, but apparently he is too stupid, he is more wet than a wet-one used for a babies botty.

    • 69
      Switch off or switch over says:

      There is an off buttom or switch over. Why bother with the BBC tripe!? Just raises blood pressure & these leeches are simply not worth it!

  19. 54
    Bring out the shit stirrers. says:

    There is only one way to resolve these so called ‘stings’ and that is to get a witness involved in taking notes of all meetings with lobbyists. Problem solved! Then newspaper are stuffed!

  20. 61
    I do not want to breathe the same air with the leeching morons in Edinburgh.. says:

    Why is it Conservative mps resign for sweet fa while Burnham gets to keep his job even though he has blood on his hands?. It is all bullshit!

  21. 62
    Penfold says:

    Hypocritical to**er.

  22. 82
    A fine pair of lungs. I can prove it! says:

    Bunch of time wasting destructives morons who can’t even get their facts straight! Scum!

  23. 87
    Fishy says:

    BBC just doing a bit on Stafford Hospital trust being dissolved.

    The woman, Diana Smith, interviewed from the Save Stafford Hospital Group, tried to minimise the problems there by initially implying that their were no excess deaths…. or there was a problem with the figures.

    This denial is the line that the HNS fantasists are now taking. It is disrespectful to the families of those who died and something that Burnham was hiding behind in Parliament the other week.

    At least the BBCs Peter Allen pinned her down and forced her to agree that there was poor treatment there.

    He could though have told us she was a Labour Party activist.

  24. 110
    Ah! Monika, AH! Bill says:

    ‘I could take all my clothes off’: Never-before-heard tape released of ‘Monica Lewinsky pleading with Bill Clinton to meet her’

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2381941/Tape-Monica-Lewinsky-planning-illicit-meeting-Bill-Clinton.html#ixzz2aeJf1CCi
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

  25. 112
    Superinjunction says:

    Stop quarrelling kids and read this, it may not even be true:


  26. 116
    Fishy says:

    Breath-taking arrogance from Burnham

    “After all they have been through, today’s verdict will feel like a kick in the teeth for the people of Stafford.

    Local people had a legitimate right to expect that the end result of the two Francis inquiries would be to give them a hospital which is both safe and sustainable.

    But whilst we welcome the decision to keep the A&E open, Jeremy Hunt’s failure to prioritise turning the hospital around in recent years has led to the loss of maternity and paediatric services at Stafford, representing a significant downgrade of the hospital.”

    • 120
      Casual Observer says:

      I don’t think Hunt needs to dignify that with a response, unless he wishes to publish some more detailed statistics and reports which were ignored by the Burnham regime.

    • 124
      Why Liebour will lose in 2015. says:

      Conservative-lead government shuts NHS Deathcamp.

      Bed-wetting Liebour Party complains.

    • 127
      Maqboul says:

      I think the only reason Burnham is still in the job is because he makes Miliband look competent. No small feat. He earns his big bucks.

      • 130
        M102 says:

        F’uck me you’re spamming more than nell tonight.

        • 254
          Furry Daily Mail reader says:

          Nell told us last week that she was going away for a few days by the seaside.

      • 133
        Wat Tyler's sister says:

        Re Lewisham, I’d like to know what Hunt has on Cameron that he has not been sacked. The minister Murdoch did all he could to try and allow the Murdoch takeover of sky then amazingly he was promoted to Health secretary where he was responsible for massive privatisations, talking down the NHS, increases in waiting lists, and now illegally closing hospitals. This man is a menace and should be sacked. He’s going to appeal using taxpayers cash – I suggest that if he loses his dogmatic appeal that he be surcharged and made to pay back all costs to the taxpayer

  27. 129
    Yevgeny says:

    There is a mass rally against conservative privatisation of the NHS in Manchester on Sept 29th – spread the word.


    • 132
      Deputy Chief Cockroach says:

      Mail all your friends to tell them what a good idea privatising the Royal Mail will turn out to be.

    • 137
      Anonymous says:

      We need to do more to save the NHS from vicious ConDem attacks. There will be a National Demonstration against this governments disastrous policies at the Tory Annual Party Conference in Manchester, Sunday 29th September 2013. They are messing around with their lives and its time they learn how we feel about it.

      • 141
        Point of order says:

        London’s glorious mayor Boris the Blonde Buffoon fully supported the Tory government in trying to get rid of Lewisham’s A&E dept. All of Lewisham’s (Labour) MPs have worked very hard to help prevent the closure, especially Joan Ruddock who was named in the judge’s summing up

      • 150
        The strings broke says:

        Shame you didn’t defend the NHS from Liebour and their sell off of external home services, must be about 3 companies doing the home services in this area, but lets just pretend the NHS is safe in Liebours hands, when most people know it’s just a job centre to keep people in work so they won’t show up on employment figures

    • 242
      A Pilgrim Nurse says:

      I’ll be there. I’ve got nothing else to do.

  28. 134
    Ohthisbloodypc says:

    Oh those bloody Tories

    THey’re trying to sterilise the hospitals

    • 136
      Nuggy says:

      Cameron’s entire administration ought to be subject to judicial review. Thieves the lot of them.

      • 140
        Point of order says:

        Never forget David Cameron campaigned for the general election promising a ‘bare knuckle fight over hospital closures’. I didn’t realise he meant this way round.

        Liars and charlatans. Tories have never been fit to govern, and every day we get more proof.

    • 162
      Pre 1997 NHS mantra says:

      Better to sterilize than euthanize.

  29. 138
    Anonymous says:

    If Jeremy Hunt has ‘acted illegally’ then shouldn’t he be prosecuted?

    • 149
      David you-know-the-one-with-the-warped-moral-compass Cameron says:

      I’m going to rush a law through which makes it illegal not to act illegally.

  30. 139
    gordon is a moron says:

    can’nt find that picture of milliband standing hand on hip talking through teeth that bugs bunny would be proud of, anyone point me to it?

  31. 148
    Saffron says:

    Hospitals and Burniam dont fit in the true sense of the word,hospitals are places were they look after your medical needs with care.
    Mid Staffs did not do this and this was reported to Burniam who did nothing,maybe he was more interested in fussball and in particlar what happened in you know what as a scouser.
    The NHS is currently not fit for purpose in that we need to rid it of the layers of jobsworths who infest it who are not concerned about OUR heath but only about their tax payer funded jobs.

    • 151
      Saffron says:

      People of this land if you vote liebour you are being traitors to your own land.

      • 156
        Bob Diamond says:

        Fuck me gently with a feather!

        Even Saffron is being sockpuppetted tonight.

        • 163
          Schools are out and Labours unwanted generation are growing out of porn says:

          The Devil makes work for idle hands.

          - New Labour Policy: Ein Reich, One Nation.

  32. 152
    Make my Day Tom says:
  33. 164
    Sub judice says:

    Rupert fucked Rebekah, allegedly!
    Lachlan fucked Rebekah, allegedly!
    Andy fucked Rebekah, allegedly!

    Why not? Wouldn’t you have done so, given the opportunity?

    But someone called McBride does not want you to know.

    • 198
      Big Willie Mouse says:

      Come on over and have some of this delicious Dandelachlion and Burdock before Damien goes and smears it everywhere.

  34. 165
    Z list Celeb on a train says:
    • 195
      Zed says:

      What a tosser!

    • 215
      Fishy says:

      Be thankful it’s not Diane Abbott

      • 229
        Furry liquid says:

        Oh bugger this idiot mod prog! Try again:

        Furry liquid says:
        Your comment is awaiting moderation.
        August 1, 2013 at 4:48 am

        Stupid cvnt can’t tell the difference between the dr^i^er helpfully announcing the next official (as opposed to a red signal) stop for his train. Can’t we keep this f****g idiot on the other side of the Atlantic? The Yanks love stupid thickheaded foppy luvvies.

    • 228
      Furry liquid says:

      Stupid cvnt can’t tell the difference between the driver helpfully announcing the next official (as opposed to a red signal) stop for his train. Can’t we keep this f****g idiot on the other side of the Atlantic? The Yanks love stupid thickheaded foppy luvvies.

  35. 169
    Is Andy Burnham a Vampire or just a Renfeld case in denial ? says:

    No other explanation as to why he relishes being neck deep in other peoples blood.


    - Or he could just be a murderous c’unt.

    Some should check on Nicholson as well.

  36. 174
    Superinjunction says:

    Rupert Murdoch’s relationship with Brooks has been closely scrutinized over the years. In the midst of the escalating phone-hacking scandal in 2011, Murdoch told reporters Brooks was his first priority, just before the smiling pair walked into the Stafford Hotel opposite his London apartment. Wendi Deng, Murdoch’s soon-to-be-ex-wife, is widely-known to despise Brooks, who was granted a $2.7 million payoff and chauffeured limousine as a reward for her loyalty.

    In a Vanity Fair profile published last year, Murdoch insiders described Brooks as an “imposter daughter.” “Although Murdoch has four daughters, two of them grown, over the years he has seemed closer to Brooks than to any of them. She was, people say, like the fantasy daughter, the daughter he always wished he had—the one who never argued with him, who devoted her life to pleasing him. They reportedly swim together in the mornings when he is in London. She fusses over him at dinner parties—making sure he’s eating, that his wineglass is full. “She’s very attentive,” says one News International executive.”

    According to our sources, the damning emails are expected to come out as evidence during the trial. Although the affairs are being gossiped about around British newspaper circles, the country’s stringent legal culture when it comes to reporting on criminal prosecutions and upcoming trials has, thus far, kept it out of the press.

    When the Daily Mail reported the mystery affair in June, the papers’ refusal to name names was attributed to a “super injunction,” which both prevents newspaper from publishing information and from discussing the injunction.

    Nonetheless, some natives persisted.

  37. 175

    NSA tool collects ‘nearly everything a user does on the internet’


    • 179
      Questions of our time says:

      Does that include fucking *ebekah *rooks ?

    • 189
      Two tin cans and a piece of string says:

      So presumably just about every bad thing about everyone is on file. How long before the Town Hall catches on and starts paying for the dirt on their victims?

      At least professional baddies will have taken alternative methods. But one has to wonder if the anonymisers and onion things are owned by NSA anyway.

      • 200
        Anonymizer says:

        The easy to access stuff – likely yes – they may be partly owned / controlled by intelligence agencies.

        Europe is quite ahead in all this surveillance malarky.

        Whilst the spotlight is on the US, don’t forget to check the shadows at home and over the channel. One should really ask why the Guardian are running these stories.

        Ostensibly yes, is in public interest. But really one suspects that there is a drive to discredit the US agencies a little, and the only reason for doing that is to remove competition for your own agencies.

        When the information is sold instead of shared – that will be when things get more interesting.

      • 204
        Anonymizer says:

        The easy to access stuff – likely yes – they may be partly owned / controlled by intelligence agencies.

        Europe is quite ahead in all this surveillance malarky.

        Whilst the spotlight is on the US, don’t forget to check the shadows at home and over the channel. One should really ask why the Guardian are running these stories.

        Ostensibly yes, is in public interest. But really one suspects that there is a coordinated effort to discredit the US agencies a little, and the only reason for doing that is to remove competition for your own agencies.

        When the information is sold instead of shared – that will be when things get more interesting.

        Certain UN agendas are floundering at the moment in the US – connected with all this NWO crap that seems to still be flavor here. Obama’s failure to manage that, perhaps due to domestic resistance, could be motivation for these new revelations.

  38. 180
    Gordon Brown says:

    I want to be the first to stand up and say I did not fuck Rebekah Wade.


    • 183
      Gordon Brown's unreported one eyed romp says:

      So where were you on the night of the 2008 sleepover at Chequers ?

    • 199
      Gordon's nurse says:

      GORDON ! Don’t lie to me.
      There is no such thing as rocking-horse manure, you dirty little devil.

    • 221
      Another Engineer says:

      On this, we believe you. She’s a red-blooded female of the species.

  39. 186
    The voice of reason says:


  40. 194
    Bazinga! says:

    SO Newsnight cuunts want Cameron to apologise to Cruddas. Hmm, how quick the BBC forget.

    Here’s just ONE of many articles written by the Labour party supporting BBC scum.

    No matter how you look at it, it looks bad. The Conservatives’ premier fundraiser dangling the opportunity to dine with the Camerons above 10 Downing Street and, more significantly, influence policy meetings at the heart of the coalition government. All in exchange for a “premier league” six-figure donation.

    Peter Cruddas may have been trying to tempt potential donors with special treatment, or he may have been making it clear that big money buys access and with it some influence.


  41. 195
    Top up fees says:

    It’s the health care of envy though when patients are not allowed to top up the basic healing provided by the NHS with money from their own pockets like they can at the dentist.

    Myself I would pay extra for a private room every time rather than suffer on a public ward. And isn’t it about time that hospitals provided private rooms anyway, it’s not as if Gordon was stingy wit the PFI building budget? It must be at least possible to replace those germ traps called curtains with solid portable partitions on wards tese days.

    • 205
      Bazinga! says:

      Time to shut down the NHS and cut national insurance. Let people pay for their healthcare, who knows you might better a better deal overseas for treatment or operations.

      At least you wouldn’t die at the hands of shit NHS staff or Labour politicians.

  42. 201
    Displaced Brummie says:

    Maybe Tom yhinks if he sucks up, nobody will sue him?

  43. 206
    What what says:

    What-o, chaps. Police have begun an investigation after a 12 year old girl was r*ped by two men at the weekend. Just so I understand, righties, is she a feminazi too? Or is it only r*pe victims over 18 who are feminazis? Once you’ve answered, you can get back to sending r*pe threats on Twitter, because, of course, you’re such secure, brave guys, you need to hide behind a PC to send out your misogynist abuse anonymously, what what.

  44. 207
    What ever you do.. Don't mention the tits in parliament says:

  45. 208
    Spunk Bubble says:

  46. 217
    Fishy says:

    Are these bastards who killed the little boy in Birmingham going to be sent back to Poland to serve their prison sentences? Especially the step father who was here, on the run from the Polish police. Another product of Bliar’s open door:

    On the run? Got lots of kids to support back home? In need of urgent medical treatment? Hate the kufur? Need money? Come to Britain where the Jobcentre is waiting to welcome you. All you need to do, in return is; ‘Vote Labour’.

    • 222
      Point of Information 2 says:

      The problem with open door immigration is that you are likely to get a majority of criminal / less than desirable migrants from the foreign nations.

      Unless you have an enforced points system, or some other filter such as company sponsored visas to ensure that only migrants who are of benefit, or indeed are desirable are allowed in, you end up with this situation.

      This problem is exacerbated when admitting people from countries with less than perfect societies, systems of government or indeed police / criminal justice systems.

      These animals should be returned to Poland after our maximum security tooth fairies have finished with them. And they should be returned in pieces to send a clear message back to those plebs across the channel.

  47. 218
    Dead Tree Press says:

    Who the fuck is gonna pay £2 per month to read The SUN on line?

  48. 224
    Jimmy says:

    I wonder if there have been any other developments in the courts today which may have caught His Lordship’s eye


    • 225
      Tachybaptus says:

      Well, I have to congratulate you on the width of your muckrake, though it is a pity that all the teeth are on one side.

  49. 232
    Whistle Sucker says:

    PC should have known that its easier to make a million than it is to enter DC’s elite circle of trust. Wrong parents, wrong culture, wrong school, wrong accent – Sorry Peter – you didn’t stand a chance but why you should want to cosy up to him and his motley crew is a complete mystery to all of us.

  50. 234
  51. 235
    Slept in says:

    Ways to win Lotto before
    5th Oct New Lotto
    Match 6 (jackpot)† Sat £3.9m Sat £5m
    Wed £2.1m Wed £2.5m
    Match 5 plus Bonus Ball† £100,000 £50,000
    Match 5† £1,500 £1,000
    Match 4† £60 £100
    Match 3 £10 £25
    Raffle (50 winners) N/A £20,000

    Double the cost of a ticket…and reduced prizes for 4,5 and 5* are the exciting changes.
    Why has this change slipped under the radar unquestioned by MPs?
    It’ll wreck the lottery.

    • 248
      CarruthersUnStung says:

      The punters will all vote with their feet. It’s sad for British Athletics and UK Sport, but who cares about a lot of people in silly running shorts anyway.

  52. 236
    Social workers says:

    Yet another child has been murdered and social services did fuck all despite being aware of the parents. It seems involving social workers is a guarantee that a child will be killed or groomed and r-ped.

  53. 237
    Heel Patch says:

    Kill the BBC NOW, Just put Radio 4 on for a minute, guess what Maggie Thatcher in 1983 again and reference to William Haigh then aged 23, Humidifies says he must have drunk ten pints of bitter. Get a ball sack Cameron and sort the F888′rs out.

  54. 238
    Herman van Rumpboy says:

    Thank you, Englanders….

  55. 240
    Owen Jones says:

    Could somebody please explain to me how Jeremy Hunt is still in a job? He is a walking disaster.

  56. 241
    Rick Not the Nine o'Clock Nobinson says:

    One thing you have to admire about Dave is his consistency, for he is constantly twisting and turning, rather like a worm on a hook.
    What has been revealed to us all yet again by these recent affairs is Dave’s spectacularly bad judgment when it he comes to decide who to get into bed with (figuratively speaking).

  57. 247
    albacore says:

    Wake up, Fawkes, and smell the immigration
    Never mind some Tory’s vindication
    And while you’re at it, the absolute lack
    Of a vote to get democracy back
    From the stinking, rotten, putrid E U
    Maybe even from the LibLabCons, too

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Rod Liddle on the loony UN sexism special rapporteur:

“There is more sexism in Britain than in any other country in the world, according to a mad woman who has been sent here by the United Nations.

Rashida Manjoo is a part-time professor of law at Cape Town University in the totally non-sexist country of South Africa (otherwise known as Rape Capital Of The World).

Mrs Magoo has been wandering around with her notebook and is appalled by the sexist “boys’ club” culture here, apparently.

I don’t doubt we still have sexism in the UK. But is it worse than in, say, Saudi Arabia, d’you think, honey-lamb? Or about 175 other countries? Get a grip, you doolally old bat.”

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What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?

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