August 12th, 2013

Rivers of Blunder: Chris Bryant’s Today Implosion

Last week Chris Bryant claimed the Home Office “can’t even get the basics right, stumbling from one shambles to another”, this morning it is safe to say that he has been taught a valuable lesson about throwing the grenade after you’ve pulled the pin out:

Imagine the storm that Labour would have whipped up had a Tory minister confused two counties in the north. Home Office sources are enjoying proceedings: “We hope there isn’t a reshuffle as we’d like to keep him.” There is a fair point somewhere in what Bryant was trying to say, but surely if you are moaning about EU migration the answer is to vote UKIP rather than Labour?

UPDATE: Bryant’s attempts to diffuse the situation did not go very well either:

“So, err, good luck!”

Videos via @TheLeftards, The Spectator

127 Comments

  1. 1
    Bacon Butty says:

    Bet those underpants are really stained now……….

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  2. 2
    George Galloway says:

    And the BBC claims it can’t find any good right-wing comedians…………………………………………….

    Chris Bryant ????

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  3. 3
    Point of Information 4 says:

    And next up, Bryant shares his thoughts about !srael…

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  4. 4
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD and CODFATHER of SOLE says:

    Breaking news

    The Peado Neil Wilson has had his sentence increased from 8 month suspended
    to a 12 month suspended sentence !

    Whoopee fucking do ! Peado’s Beware
    British justice will have you quaking in your boots

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  5. 5
    Don't Vote Labour says:

    Chris Bryant MP, Honorable member for Bongo Bongo Land.

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  6. 6
    John M says:

    hahahahahahaha

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  7. 8
    John Page says:

    He probably wanted to *defuse* the situation.

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  8. 10
    Round the bend says:

    For years I watch Chris Barrie in ‘Red Dwarf’ as Rimmer, innocent of it’s real meaning. After hearing Bryants speech, he should now be nicknamed ‘Rimmer’.

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  9. 11
    Anonymous says:

    Does he have a shadow brief?

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  10. 12
    Andrew Efiong says:

    Total incompetence.

    Labour are being humiliated on a daily basis. Oh goody!

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  11. 14
    Fed Up says:

    The only real answer providing that Farage has not sold out to the same master as the other puppet parties is to vote UKIP and by doing so gets rid of the rubbish called politicians.

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  12. 15
    Operation "Black Vote." says:

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    • 19
      Jack Straw says:

      How about a bit of credit for me?

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      • 61
        have you noticed how the Islamic for Allah looks like the Loch Ness monster ? says:

        So ? Is she saying that black voters are somehow different to the rest of the electorate ?

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        • 68
          Dafydd says:

          The key to the 2015 GE will be themillions of “immigrant” postal votes

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          • Eloc yrrah says:

            Postal votes for only sick and badly disabled people when accompanied by a doctors note, for those going on holidays tough titty, for the rest if you want to vote go to your polling station

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        • 76
          irony, they name is Abbopotamus says:

          Yes it seems that way, stupid, fat, racist that she is.

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    • 49
      Patel, Sarwar and Khan says:

      So Labour are now admitting what everyone said about them targeting the immigrant vote but they always until now denied it.

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      • 69
        Fishy says:

        As Andrew Neather told us.

        Straight from the Robert Mugabe school of winning elections. Labour democracy in action;

        – Import as many people as possible who will vote for you

        – Refuse to address the problem of constituency sizes (that benefits you)

        – Racially target a group to encourage them to vote for you

        – Change the voting system to one that facilitates fraud and more votes for you.

        Labour should never be allowed near to the levers of power ever again

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    • 77
      Tolly Poynbee says:

      So we have imported enough Forrins to ensure we get elected in 2015 and we stay in power forever more. Congratulations everyone for a job well done AND we have rubbed the right’s noses with diversity at the same time.

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    • 92
      Vote UKIP get Hard Labour says:

      Yes. BAA (Black And Asian) key in all marginal constituencies.
      Any centre right voters who vote UKIP are really voting for Hard Labour.

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      • 106
        Eloc yrrah says:

        And so do C, D, and E classes a great number of working class ( you know the ones that Mitchell and his ilk consider plebs) are about to vote UKip

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      • 121
        Vote Tory get Islam says:

        Don’t be a coward, vote for Britain.

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  13. 16
    Gary Bloke says:

    Guido means Bryant’s attempts to “defuse” the situation rather than to “diffuse” it!

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  14. 17
    Timmytour says:

    Early on…..when faced with a question starting “In your speech you said…” Chris Bryan emphasises the fact he hasn’t made his speech yet.

    Later on he refers to having made a point in his speech.

    If he can see any reasoning in his arguments, then he’s even more like than naked emporer than I had previously imagined him to be

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    • 109
      Eloc yrrah says:

      Chris Bryant will be appearing in “No Clothes We’re British” or is it “The King is in the Altogether”

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  15. 21
    Bazinga! says:

    Funny but I’ve listened to the BBC reporting on Skidmarks Bryant yet not once has the BBC offered an opposing view from say the Tories or UKIP. Yet when a tory politician gives a speech like this you just know the BBC would have a long list of leftists lined up (Owen Jones, Jiles Fraser, Polly Toynbee etc.) to smear any tory politician.

    So according to Bryant companies are not being fair going to Poland to recruit employees, despite the fact that during the Labour years, the very same thing went on.

    Where does Bryant think the 5 million+ immigrants that came in under his government came from?

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    • 25
      The Labour Party Said says:

      The BBC lately have been leading with the opposing view first when the opposer is Labour.

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      • 110
        Anonymous says:

        I dont know why we are having Giles Frazer (who flounced out of St Pauls, when the campers were there) inflicted on us by Radio 4, he is everywhere and a total lefty, oh wait.

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    • 26
      genghiz the kahn says:

      photo/1

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      • 70
        Don't Vote Labour says:

        They missed an important word in that cloud, and in the interview:

        REFERENDUM

        The immigration debate does not make much sense whilst UK is member of EU as the UK has no direct control.

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    • 37
      Living in 97.223% white Merseyside says:

      About a million came from Somalia and a fair few are living in Bournemouth. They even out-number the asylum seekers from Merseyside who went there in the 1980’s.

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    • 40
      Lord Mandyspawn says:

      We sent out search parties.

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    • 58
      The Critic says:

      Bryant and think are not words I would expect to hear in the same sentence.

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  16. 23
    Ian Smith says:

    Coming soon to the UK

    The benefits of black majority rule as enjoyed in Rhodesia oops Zimbabwe

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  17. 24
    Who votes for a twat like that? says:

    The man is an idiot…a pompous arrogant untrustworthy idiot at that.

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  18. 27
    Anti-Rentier Alliance says:

    Bryant & Labour have finally figured out the link of accommodation costs forming part of salary, and therefore favouring migrant workers. He also mentioned “sheds with beds” and employers paying NMW then deducting this charge for a shared accommodation block. This disadvantages UK born workers who not unsurprisingly wish to be paid in money.

    Many “locals “who lost their jobs to EU immigration now sit at home claiming benefits (in part because they don’t want to live in a shed or a HMO with 10 Poles). The foreigners now doing their jobs probably send a good portion of the money back home to be spent in that economy, rather than our own. Needless to say the Directors will have made good bonuses out of this.

    One big supermarket concerned (not Tesco) closed depots in London, Bristol and Kent to consolidate their operation in the centre of England. Six years on and they have new depots in almost exclusively manned by eastern Europeans. Here in the North, as a Brit you can pretty much forget getting any form of industrial temp work, and forget retail where regularly employment is being gradually destroyed by zero hour contracts and “Workfare.”

    But yeh make fun of Bryants underpants and piss poor research. IMO BOTH political parties have a deep seated hatred of their own country folk, especially if it can be demonised into an underclass and scapegoated.

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    • 33
      what businessmen want is ok when it suits Labours social engineering agenda says:

      Businessmen come to us saying they need skilled workers and these new immigration rules hurt trade.

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      • 38
        Anti-Rentier Alliance says:

        Have they actually tried training people up? Radical concept I know.

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      • 95
        Anonymous says:

        You don’t need to be skilled to pick fruit or work in a warehouse…

        The unskilled workers of the UK are priced out by unskilled immigrant workers who are prepared to live 10 to a room.

        The minimum wage effectively becomes the maximum wage.

        Then when these immigrant workers are slightly more settled and have done a year or so, they will realise (and qualify….), as night follows day, why should they work their fingers to the bone for minimum wage and live 10 to a room, when they are legally entitled to benefits which are capped at £27,000 pa which equates to £37,000 of earned income and their own 3 bedroomed council house or private property paid by housing benefit.

        They earn minimum wage of about £15,000 pa. Why wouldn’t they claim the equivalent of £37k pa when they could only hope to earn less than half of that in the job market.

        And so after a couple of years they go on the social and benefits (probably continue to work cash in hand doing “building” work, and the next load of fresh immigrants come over, eager to get on the gravy train of socialist subsidised living and so they start off on the minimum wage, 10 to a room….

        And all of this largesse is paid for by the resident UK population whose tax’s keep on going up, with healthcare and schools and other services getting worse as the national debt continues to get bigger, and bigger.

        We are approaching the road of no return.

        We have to stop uncontrolled immigration (colonisation) as we simply can’t afford it. An Australian points style system where if you earn over £40k pa or have particular niche skills that are required, pay your own healthcare and return home if your job ends, is the only way.

        And the only way to achieve this is to leave the EU and ECHR.

        R E F E R E N D U M…

        Don’t vote LibLabCon, you, your children, and their children will regret it.

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    • 39
      HMRC says:

      Err, where’s our cut?

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      • 96
        Anonymous says:

        The Centre for Policy studies has looked very closely as the progessivity of UK tax contributions. The conclusion is if you earn under £39k pa you cost the state more in social benefits (health / schools etc) than you pay in tax’s. As you have more kids this goes up by about £5k per child.

        Any employee or immigrant earning less than £39k pa, thus increases the overall costs and has to be paid for by a combination of increased tax’s and increased borrowing and reduced quality of services.

        So, when you read Tesco has created 500 new jobs in soem warehouse that have all gone to immigrants, remember the rest of us are effectivley subsisdising Tesco’s business model and pay extra tax’s to support their low wage earners.

        http://www.cps.org.uk/publications/reports/the-progressivity-of-uk-taxes-and-transfers/

        Leave the EU and ECHR.

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        • 123
          Rob says:

          It is fucking TAXES not tax’s. Jesus, it winds me up. One is the plural, the other the possessive, though what ‘tax’ may posess is anyone’s guess.

          Trivial but it winds me up! So simple to remember.

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    • 111
      Anonymous says:

      To be fair Labour could have gone for an opt out for 7 years like Germany etc did in regulating the numbers of EU immigrants, but they didnt bother. What does Chris Bryant think of that ?

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    • 119
      Mrs Havisham says:

      Thank you. Very good post. However ham fisted he has been it is about time that this situation is sorted. The British taxpayer is subsidising imported low wage employees.

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  19. 28
    thong says:

    Chris Bryant requires a complete make over.
    Not to improve his standing as an MP which is now just water under the bridge- the man’s a failure on even the Socialist political front. I was thinking more about his status on Gaydar.
    Surely a new photo swapping soiled underpants for a Borat mankini would resuscitate his slim chances outside of politics. Maybe Mandelson or The Speaker could help him, and give him a leg up .

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  20. 32
    Crazy Cat Lady says:

    Good to see you got the balls to return to plugging UKIP. I mean, just because some drunk totty gets a bit rap.ed at a UKIP shin-dig that was hosted by you, there is no need to shy away. I mean, it’s standard party play to hold a kangaroo court in such situations. It never really affected the SWP’s membership.

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  21. 34
    retgwte says:

    What about the IT business where tens and tens of thousands of Indian (not European nationals) have been brought in on uncapped intra company transfer work visas for the Indian outsourcers including Cognizant, Tata, Wipro, Infosys and the rest. For far less than a Brit can afford to work for. Then subcontracted into other large businesses for far less than it costs to hire a Brit. Often engaged in moving British intellectual property to India to further undercut us. And many having been given indefinite leave to remain here simply for having worked here a while. All of the big UK businesses BT, GSK, NHS, and so on are using cheap labour in this way. Now these big Indian workforces bring with them their caste on caste and anti British racism, bullying and harassment styles, immigration rule breaking, employment law breaking, tax law breaking, data protection law breaking, copyright law breaking in grand style and none of the regulators choose to deal with them.

    Their children fill our already overcrowded schools getting free education. Their families fill our NHS. And they get big tax and national insurance dispensations to further undercut the local workforce.

    Where is the political argument about this?

    At least I can go work elsewhere in EU is I choose, I cannot get a work visa to India with anything like the ease an Indian national can here.

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    • 41
      Living in 97.223% white Merseyside says:

      Who’d want to work in India.

      The last place on earth I would want to go to.

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    • 44
      Anti-Rentier Alliance says:

      Couldn’t agree more. Insourcing has to be one of the greatest scandals and a massive tax fiddle. Make no mistake Labour and Tory hate their own countrymen and will stop at nothing to destroy their livelihoods. If you think the “middle class” are exempt. Think again. I worked in IT too and most of the jobs are done now by Indians or East Europeans (though IT has the disadvantage that it can be done anywhere). There are plenty of good Brits with good skills, they just don’t get a look in because the mantra from employers is “gimme some East Europeans”

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      • 84
        The Critic says:

        Do not forget the other side of this problem. The EU paying international corporations grants to move production to other parts of the EU. Or as I prefer to call it, importing unemployment.

        Where businesses relocate elsewhere in the EU and offer staff a new job in,for example Rumania’ mobility clauses in contracts are used to avoid any redundancy payments.

        The benefit claimants in Westminster truly hate us.

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    • 57
      joyce says:

      It’s much easier for an Englishman to get a well paid job in India than a native. That is true in England too. Wake up.

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      • 66
        Get Real says:

        a) You are not correct

        b) The once well-paid jobs in England are no longer so well-paid due to the vast importation of Indians

        If you walk into the IT depts of many financial organisations, you would think you were in Calcutta, not England

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        • 74
          The Economics says:

          The fact is most of those in the departments you mention are not better than local workers (that argument is in fact deeply rac!st), and employers get away with paying them less as these guys are supporting families / paying off cheap mortgages back in !ndia where they get an exchange rate / lower cost of accommodation advantage.

          They may live in a shed here, but when the contract is up, they have a large home with servants back home.

          Wake up Britain ! You’ve been played as fools for too long.

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  22. 36
    A Brazilian says:

    Bryant. Dead Man Mincing.

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  23. 42
    Unfuckingbelievable says:

    The brass neck, labour talking on immigration like that.

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  24. 43
    Bryant nomates says:

    His first mistake was to start the Today interview sounding all “Chummy”. That would have been like a red rag to a bull to the battle hardened team there, knowing very well that he was trying to extricate himself from the mire. It went downhill from then on.

    Be interesting to see if Kate Burley takes her revenge on Bryant later on as well.

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    • 79
      Fishy says:

      Evan Davies? Battle hardened?

      Sounded to me like they agreed it was the Daily Telegraph’s fault.

      And where was today’s Rottweiler reputation for savaging a politician that get’s his facts wrong – they wouldn’t have let IDS or Gove get away with, ‘I don’t know where Kent came from.’

      And where was the Today, review and analysis of the interview? ‘Let’s turn to our Political Editor, Toenails’, is the usual follow up to these set pieces. Nothing.

      The BBC were riding shotgun for Underpants and he still screwed it up.

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    • 112
      Anonymous says:

      His first mistake was in issuing the speech over the weekend , when it was full of innacuracies! its almost been re written now !

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  25. 48
    Anti-Rentier Alliance says:

    IDS “days of easy benefits over” good we can stop paying for his pants and millions to his family for running a farm

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  26. 50
    Where's Ed and Gordon says:

    For somebody who’s only real claim to fame is posing in his pants, he certainly manages to talk out of his arse a lot.

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  27. 52
    Bazinga! says:

    Sneaking under the radar is the fact Mohammad, Muhammad etc. is now the second most popular boys name.

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  28. 53
    Where's Ed and Gordon says:

    For somebody whose main claim to fame is posing in his pants, he manages to talk out of his arse a lot.

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  29. 54
    Anti-Rentier Alliance says:

    What Guido ought to be covering is the massive debacle over Universal Credit due to the failure of the IT system. You don’t want to know how much money has been wasted on that. Watch for UC to be quietly dropped after the election.

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    • 87
      Universal Hiss says:

      George Smith has been crowing over at the Daily Mail how swimmingly it’s all going.

      He really is out of his depth. There is not a hope in hell that UC will go live in October or ever.

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  30. 55
    EU Funded pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP

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  31. 56
    Go West Mr Smith says:

    The South West is full of white asylum seekers who have fled from the Northern Cities.

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  32. 60
    Diane Abbott eats to many creamcakes says:

    Why does anyone take any notice of this vile homosexual?

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    • 94
      Vote UKIP get Hard Labour says:

      You should take notice:
      1. He guided Gay Marriage coalition through the Commons.
      2. Is likely to get promotion in the Labour reshuffle.
      3. Draws fire from Little Ed. See posts on four stories on this site today.
      4. Makes some Conservatives switch to UKIP.

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  33. 62
    Chris Bryant says:

    Vote UKIP

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  34. 63
    Chris "panty" Briant says:

    yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but

    immigration good

    yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but

    immigrants exploited

    yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but

    British workers should be given jobs not immigrants

    yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but

    we got it wrong on immigration

    yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but yes but no but

    I don’t know what the fuck I am saying

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    • 81
      Fishy says:

      err. I’m doing a speech about immigration….but it’s not about immigration…it’s about migration, rents and the minimum wage.

      Err it’s also about a good week to bury good news, The economy is on the up and we don’t want to talk about that

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  35. 64
    Anonymous says:

    With immigration being his remit there’s no excuse for underpants’ disaster of an error laden speech.

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  36. 65
    Owen Jones says:

    I’m jealous because another lefty homosexual is getting more interest than me.

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  37. 67
    Ooh Betty says:

    Frank Spencer should join Labour.

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  38. 75
    Observer says:

    Mr Bryant says in the Today interview that when the A8 countries joined the EU in 2004, Britain (ie the then Labour government) did not impose the transitional controls that other countries “sensibly” imposed and that more foreigners came into Britain than anyone had expected. MigrationWatch called it right, but were not listened to. The warnings were given but were recklessly ignored.

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    • 82
      Davidc says:

      not only were the warnings ignored , the persons voicing the warnings were called ‘racists’ for their troubles

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  39. 83
    Demetrius Skortou says:

    Chris Bryant MP, is not actually saying anything about all the immigrants that he’s (Labour party) allowed into this country, because Tony Blair as Prime Minister signed that wretched Ascension Treaty, without a mandate from the British people, which Chris Bryant supported years ago.

    Ever since the signing of this EU type treaty, untold millions of migrants have flooded into GB and have taken millions of jobs away from British workers.

    When both Con & Lab claim they have no idea how many migrants have arrived in this country, both are lying their arses off.

    The fact is that both Con & Lab have always kept detailed numbers of how many migrants have arrived in this country since the signing of that Ascension Treaty, years ago and how much they have cost the British taxpayers.

    These bought and paid for politicians are nothing more than a bunch of criminals, which are also giving away & wasting £80 billion pounds every year on so called overseas aid (some of which is bribe money going into pockets of overseas police/security guards, politicians) in order to keep British businesses free from possible riots and/or strikes!

    Billions of pounds more, on bailing out debtor nations like; Greece, Spain, Portugal, etc, £10 billion on that fascist dictatorship, the EU, billions on migrants, in benefit handouts, nuclear weapons and £60 billion on these worthless Quangos!!

    Bryant is full of shit and couldn’t care less about the 3.4 million British people, who cannot get a job because he’s rotten party along with these Cons & Libs have been in the pockets of the vested interests, for as long as I can remember!

    The vested interests own practically everything in this country, including the politicians. Its the vested interests that are therefore calling the shots, not these politicians!!

    Why, in gods name do a significant number of the British electorate keep voting for, mostly, CON/LAB/LIB?

    I cannot understand the British electorate. Haven’t they learnt their lesson yet. These bought & paid for politicians will only ever serve the interests of the rich & powerful and themselves………………………………………period!!!!!!!

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    • 86
      Anti-Rentier Alliance says:

      No reason at all to vote CON/LAB or LIB. All bought and paid for traitors as you say. Its no surprise to me the CONS are down to 100,000 members. In fact it amazes me they have that many left. The Conservatives no longer represent real people and haven’t done for decades. Even their faux anti-EU stance is driven purely by BIG CITY OF LONDON interests because Bankers matter more than people to LIBLABTORY.

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  40. 88
    Ooo Vicar, you are awful says:

    Notice how the slimy little creep attempts to hijack the interview from the off by continually talking in the hope that there is no time left for questions to be asked of him.

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  41. 89
    Peter Martin says:

    Mr. Bryant in his suicide waffle tries to cram in the van poster… or tries to.

    Mr. Davis didn’t catch or run with that. Interesting.

    BUt Channel 4 still seems keen:

    http://www.channel4.com/news/anti-immigration-home-office-van-campaign-advertising-asa

    There are a few questions some have had which, despite many nice people replying to say they will ask, have yet to be answered.

    Maybe some here may help, especially if privvy to facts then missing?

    From the story there’s a sense of as yet unverified information even within the ASA:

    ” to be investigated by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA)”

    But the reporter appears then to be aware of a fair old amount:

    “It said it was “offensive and irresponsible because it is reminiscent of slogans used by racist groups to attack immigrants in the past and could incite or exacerbate racial hatred and tensions in multicultural communities”.

    [adding]

    The ASA said the claim “106 arrests last week in your area” is misleading. ”

    There is then this as a kind of conclusion:

    “The ASA received a total of 60 complaints and says it will publish its findings in due course. ”

    So… nothing yet?

    But it reads as if an investigation is still ‘to be’ initiated, with findings enroute

    So how is it possible the ASA already has attributed to it clear statements of offence, irresponsibility and misleading?

    Was this a source quoted? Who then? Should they not be identified?

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  42. 91
    Anti-Rentier Alliance says:

    worker blows whistle on Tesco recruitment tactics:
    http://blogs.channel4.com/siobhan-kennedy/worker-blows-whistle-tescos-recruitment-tactics/

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  43. 93
    Anonymous says:

    train crash of an interview

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  44. 114
    A journalist says:

    It should be our right, on behalf of the electorate, to smash a frying pan into the face of politicians who begin sentences with “Look…… ” or “Listen…..”. Pompous c*nts.

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  45. 116
    Joe Thorpe says:

    When you have signed us up to Lisbon you can’t then say EU citizens are foreigners. Labour want us all to be simply called European why else you would sign up to the Lisbon Treaty?

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  46. 118
    damned impertnent questions says:

    Every time I hear him I can see that picture of him standing photographing homself with just a pair of white briefs and an erection

    Any man, gay or straight or in between ,who is foolish enough to do that should be horsewhipped for indecency not sitting in the shadow cabinet

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  47. 125
    robbie says:

    That was totally (cringe)worthy of a promotion. Unoriginal and poorly delivered- they teach these politicians well at Uni, don’t they?

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