September 18th, 2013

Two Cartoons for Miliband’s Loo Wall

A belter of a conference cartoon special from Peter Brookes on the front page of this week’s Speccie. Guido would like to put in a bid for the original.

By delicious coincidence, this week’s New Statesman also goes the Wallace and Gromit theme on its cover.

It’s almost as if Miliband was a dead ringer for Wallace.


  1. 1
    Ed Balls says:

    Ed Balls


  2. 3
    Anonymous says:

    Don’t forget the cheese Balls!


  3. 4
    People of Britain says:

    Can Miliband speak for England?

    Not with that weird voice of his, no.


  4. 6
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

    You’ve only got 20 months to sell all your assets, settle all your affairs in the UK and pack your bags and emigrate.


    • 14
      nellnewman says:

      You mean there’s somewhere in the world that hasn’t got problems any that we could emigrate to?


    • 73
      Ray D Ation says:

      Better Axe The Bedroom Tax & Kill All the Tory-loons. Given what is happening in Japan right now – who would support Nuclear Power?


  5. 9
    VINCE (can anybody else smell shit ?) CABLE says:

    “By delicious coincidence, this week’s New Statesman also goes the Wallace and Gromit theme on its cover.”

    As Mad Frankie Haddock has been posting for the last three years , what !


  6. 10
    Quaesitum ad fontem solos deducere verpos says:



  7. 11
    albacore says:

    With Cameron so shit-hot on gay wedding
    I wonder where it is that he’ll be heading
    Shopping to show he’s still the belle of the ball
    When the Tories flock to that Manchester hall


  8. 12
    Tim Farron says:

    Is this the Playboy playmate of the month ?


  9. 13
    VINCE (can anybody else smell shit ?) CABLE says:

    There’s no such thing as a free lunch !

    Unless you are a child under 7 or an MP over 7


  10. 15
    nellnewman says:

    Well balls had better enjoy his time as shadow chancellor because bumblingvince has given notice that he expects to be chancellor in a labour government come 2015.


    • 17
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

      Come 2015 Vince will be in an old peoples home (known as The House of Lords) and Milliband will be PM with a landslide majority.

      Anyone with any sense will be planning to emigrate.


      • 58
        Ed Balls (Not the Shawdow Chancellor due to Vince the Cable) says:

        It will be interesting to see the government front bench with half a dozen burkas sitting on it, dont you feel enriched, more like enshitted.


      • 74
        Anonymous says:

        “Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons”?
        That is the thing about this site, you certainly get a better class of nutter.


    • 55
      King Cnut says:

      The way V C is firing from the hip I would say he has his sights on Clegg’s job – not the Chancellor’s. In any event there is many a slip between cup and lip! On the other hand if push came to shove I would rather have Cable as Chancellor than Balls. Preferably neither of course.


  11. 19
    Orson Cart says:

    He seems a dead ringer for Ginger to me.


  12. 21
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    In actual fact, I will be in charge, WHOEVER wins the next Election ! :)


  13. 22
    Point of Information 7 says:

    The UK economy may be indirectly affected by the drop out of Larry Summers from Fed running announced over the weekend.

    Here is part of the real reason why Obama’s favorite to succeed Bernanke bowed out:

    Now: Carney as a GS guy running the B.o.E. is perhaps less likely to be able to deliver on whatever it is he is being paid for.

    Oops :-)

    Tim Geithner would be logically the next choice, but as Larry’s right hand man, perhaps he is wise to play this down in the media and not stand.

    (What dirt exists on him ???)

    The core of this issue is that it is now proven that those running the banks have been broadly setting the regulatory and legal frameworks within which they operate.

    The secondary issue is it is now concerned that many running the large banks have not only been appropriating government money to keep speculative capital mis-allocation going, but have been doing so with an eye to profit on economic collapse.


    • 35
      Cock up the arsehole time says:

      People who know bankers say that they’re pretty straight kind of guys.

      Particularly with – non Christian – names like Goldman and Sachs.


      • 40
        Person of the Blood says:

        Well, you lot started it all with your stupid medieval Christian rules on ‘usury’ Your governments and traders had nowhere to borrow capital from. We merely filled the gap.


      • 49
        Gideon says:

        The only ones that say bankers are pretty straight kind of guys, are Bankers. Bankers have to regain the confidence of the general public, if politicos just take bankers at face value after the last fiasco will get all that is coming to them.


  14. 23
    Harbottle says:

    Scary-it could easily come to pass.


  15. 25
    The Quiet Man says:

    Wizard cartoon, but of course it offers the possibility that some may project a humorous spin towards Gideon and the 2 failed leaders.


  16. 26
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP


    • 50
      Gideon says:

      You don’t honestly believe that Mr Garage would give up his gravy train EU his seat do you, turkeys don’t ask for Christmas


  17. 29
    Displaced Brummie says:

    Ed Balls is not Grommit. He is more your actual Feathers McGraw, the evil penguin disguised as a chicken.


  18. 30
    geordieboy says:

    Cable has got one ball, Cleggy has two but very small, Millie has something similar but poor old Cameron has no balls at all.

    47 signatures please ASAP.


  19. 43
    Irritable Sod says:

    Holy Crap! If I were Gromit I’d be suing whoever is portraying B*lls as him. Utter rubbish….


  20. 53
    broderick crawford says:


    Citing the on-going effects the Eurozone crisis , a hardcore group of Lazio fans, the Banda Noantri, have filed for bankruptcy in a Rome court.

    Claiming that costs of staging running street brawls, and maintaining a thorough armament of missiles to hurl at players and opposing fans, had risen to ‘out of control levels’, the group was left unable to cover debts.

    A spokesperson for the group, Giuseppi Rondoncero, claimed that it was a “sad day” for fans of ultraviolence and hooliganism.

    He said: “It is very hard to take; we have a loyal group of alienated young thugs ready to go out and disrupt Lazio games all season long.

    “We are all some of these young guys have – without the running street battles with the carabinieri, and the time spent recovering in hospital from various injuries, they will have nothing.”

    Speaking on the court steps following moves to put the outfit – consisting of roughly two hundred unemployed young men aged under thirty – into administration, Rondoncero alluded to the costs associated with maintaining an effective social disorder unit.

    He said: “Like any group, we have overheads; koshes, bike chains, flares – then there’s the paint and fabric we need to make banners featuring slogans celebrating fascism.


  21. 54
    Ministry of Magick says:

    The dog’s bollocks!


  22. 56
    The Maimed Badger says:

    Monty used to have a picture of the enemy commander on the wall in his command wagon but yes, this one would do well in the bog, to remind us what crap is…


  23. 68
    Raptor says:

    No power on earth, not even Ed Milliband, can prevent Labour winning the next election.

    Constituency boundaries are rigged in Labour’s favour. Their voter-import scheme, staffed by millions of Third World immigrants, is bearing fruit. Postal-voting fraud is still in place. Public sector employees and benefits claimants will vote Labour en masse, convinced that they have been suffering unbearable “austerity”. The BBC remains on-side, and will do everything necessary to ensure that it is a Labour government with whom they will negotiate the Charter renewal, and a plump upgrading of the Licence Fee.

    And UKIP will take enough votes from the Conservatives to deprive them of up to 30 seats. Well done, Dave ! And welcome to Parasites’ Britain, 2015.


    • 71
      John Bellingham says:

      Be thou not downcast. The Labour government of 2015 will see Scotland secede, the collapse of the pound, bankruptcy, IMF intervention, unpaid public-sector salaries, the confiscation of all savings above £80,000 (except Labour Party millionaires) and Home Rule for the Islamic Republics of Newham, Slough, Bradford and Leicester.
      Hopefully all that will lead to the bastards of Westminster swinging from lamposts.


    • 77
      Anonymous says:

      So much for the future according to the Daily Mail. Back in the present, the rest of us understand how the:
      rich find ways to avoid tax,
      the top rate of was cut to 45%,
      bankers – who nearly sank the nation – are protected,
      well know Coffee House got away with not paying tax,
      NHS is being sold off,
      idea of Greed it not Good.

      For we are becoming sick of the Con-Dem kicking us when we are down – while sucking up to big business. Welcome to Good Britain 2013!


  24. 69
    the general public says:

    Guido, show this cartoon to R & M and tell them to take note of the following:

    a. it is funny
    b. it contains satire
    c. it is not drawn as if done by an 8 year old


  25. 72
    gerrydorrian66 says:

    I never thought I’d say this, but could Labour really mess things up worse than the coalition? Then again, the Coalition just made Labour’s original mess bigger…


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