September 28th, 2013

WATCH: Cameron Tribute to ‘Our Maggie’


382 Comments

  1. 1
    Anonymous says:

    How did someone with Tory leanings get into No10?

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    • 9
      Cameron is a Lefty Metrosexual elite Liberal Socialist says:

      Cameron ain’t no Maggie.

      She would never have joined two men in wedlock and given them tax relief.

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      • 26
        The Flying Spaghetti Machine says:

        Maggie would put a hood on Cameron, like she did with the dodgy BA plane tail.

        Cameron is a symptom of broken Britain, not Great Britain.

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        • 95
          Toxic Labour scum trashed my Country says:

          It’s not broken Britain it’s dead Britain. It can’t get much worse but the total Fuckwit Ed Multimillionaireband will try by giving even more of our tax to freeloaders and spongers.

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        • 258
          FTFoff says:

          Cameron is to Thatcher what Guido now is to Guy Fawkes.

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          • On the record: Cameron is a cvnt says:

            Forks has allowed himself to be maneuvered into a mouthpiece for the meterosexual, ‘progressive’ Fabian elite, who pretend to admire Thatcher, whilst hating her guts privately.

            He’s on the inside now and in it together, with the rest of the tossers.

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      • 48
        Dennis says:

        A threesome? Why not. I was game for anything.

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      • 135
        The British media are cunts says:

        Cameron would give them hand relief as well.

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      • 146
        Marco says:

        Yes, he is no bigot. On this Cameron is a conservative social libertarian…and he was right.

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        • 188
          What Utter Liberal Metrosexual Elitism Twaddle says:

          That is just Libertarian elite twaddle and is no different to Harriet Harman wanting to lower the age of consent to 12 years old for twister Libertarian philosophy.

          Civil partnerships are fot man and man, marriages are for man and woman and the family. A man marrying a man is no more libertarian than a man marrying his mother.

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          • Mong Watch says:

            You guys are confusing liberalism with libetarianism.

            Liberalism is the thinking which gets underaged sex and is a twisted ideology when taken to conclusion.

            Cameron is a liberal social democrat, not a libertarian.

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      • 364
        Hippo Crits says:

        And yet she had no problem having gays in her cabinet, as well as a few who were known to be predatory pedaloes who were and still remain protected.

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    • 59
      Cast-iron Guarantee says:

      That little sideshow is designed to keep on-side the swivel-eyed, fruitcake, loon-types who haven’t turned their closet-racist backs on the Heir-to-Blair y e t.. (even he is starting to realise how much he’s damaged party membership).

      The real Tribute-to-Tony action will all take place centre stage, led by Cameron himself of course

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      • 76
        utopia unfound says:

        crap

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          Land Rover/Toyota Land Cruiser on weekends Amazing Brit! says:

          True. This misses the point no Lib/Lab/Con sees – reversing what happened under Blair. House prices in the SE went through the roof, too many young people were saddled in debt to the academics while at uni, spending went into overdrive, immigration added to burgeoning unemployment, and in consequence the public mood music set was one of austerity which pervades on the BBC to date. WTF can we not buy British, buy British and actually buy British, no that doesn’t mean just get a Land Rover, we’re running out of fracking oil!!!

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          Land Rover/Toyota Land Cruiser on weekends Amazing Brit! says:

          True. This misses the point no Lib/Lab/Con sees – reversing what happened under Blair. House prices in the SE went through the roof, too many young people were saddled in debt to the academics while at uni, spending went into overdrive, immigration added to burgeoning unemployment, and in consequence the public mood music set was one of austerity which pervades on the BeeBC to date. Why can we not buy British, buy British and actually buy British, no that doesn’t mean just get a Land Rover, we’re running out of fracking oil!!!

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      • 215
        Tory Blur says:

        Lol the bookmakers are giving Larry the cat a longer run in number 10 than the heir to Blair !

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    • 283
      Iain Dale says:

      Does it involve someone attacking her in the street and kicking her poor scared little dog?

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    • 382
      Jim says:

      Why no mention of the cowardly political pygmies who stabbed her in the back?

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  2. 2

    The last decent politician this country has produced. She gave the nation it’s self-respect back. RIP.

    “They are not forgotten, who live on in our hearts”

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  3. 3
    Anonymous says:

    Dave really is worried then.But this won’t fix it,I think we all have a shred idea what dave really thinks.PS drink prices in Manchester are shocking.

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  4. 4
    Anonymous says:

    What a sad bunch using dear Maggie to placate the troops.It won’t work.

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      Gideon says:

      I am surprised they haven’t been begging to have Maggie’s ashes in a golden urn so that they could parade it around the conference floor, I can remember when they paraded her in a conference when she was obviously not well, why couldn’t they have remembered her when she was in her prime?

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  5. 6
    The Devil says:

    Take her back. Even I have principles.

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    • 42
      Oh you devil says:

      Wonder if you will have principles on Bliar and Brown and the rest Liebour garbage or will they fit in next to Stalin, Hilter and Mao.

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    • 301
      Heaven says:

      She’s not going your way, twat.

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      • 369
        Expat Geordie says:

        Oh, she might, as a tour guide for Labour voters. She takes them to Heaven, shows them round with the words “This is what you could have had”, before dropping them off at the Gates of Hell with a simple, polite, “Goodbye.”

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    Madness. The cost of sending a parcel by Royal Mail is Madness says:

    4 kg parcel by Royal mail 3 day second class delivery signed for is £14.45 inc vat and I have to drop it off at the post office.

    Same parcel booking through interparcel and delivered by Hermes 3 day signed for and collected from my home or I can drop off at local shop £5.39 inc VAT

    http://www.interparcel.com/

    What is the point of privatising RM to stand free of the taxpayer nipple when it is already 3 times more expensive?

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    • 45
      any old crap says:

      It’s just waiting to be bought by the privatised German Post office as ordained by the EU.

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      • 86
        Gideon says:

        More than likely, once an offer is made the small shareholders virtually no say as the vast majority of shares will be held by big city firms and their placemen directors, so I reckon DHL will most likely bid for it and get it. Whether it should retain the “Royal” in their name will be problematic

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    • 49
      Lunchtime Queuer says:

      You posted this in the last thread.
      Care to declare your financial interest?

      Does your company give posters the third degree about what’s in the box?

      “It’s not a bomb: mind yer own business”

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    • 103
      Expat Geordie says:

      Royal Mail aren’t allow to compete – their prices are set for them, allowing the downstream access providers to undercut them. I suspect that some of the DSA providers are actually in receipt of hidden state subsidies – TNT Dutch, DHL German, etc. – but because they are good Europeans no-one is going to complain. For all of it’s faults, and there are many, I’d like to see Royal Mail stay in public ownership. They should be allowed to compete on a level playing field though.

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      • 113
        Priced to fail says:

        The last price rise has all but killed their parcel business. They have literally priced themselves out of the parcel/small packet market which is odd as one of their selling points is the on line shopping business. No one uses them now except the odd private ebay seller who does not realise there are much cheaper alternatives.

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        • 142
          Expat Geordie says:

          They have to provide a universal service, the DSA providers don’t. The DSA providers take your post, sort it if they have to (you pay extra for this), and dump it at a Royal Mail office for them to deliver. DSA providers are allowed to cherry pick the best areas though for their End to End service, where they deliver the post themselves.

          Currently TNT are doing E2E in London, with the possibility of covering Manchester shortly. These are traditionally the areas that provided the cross subsidy that allowed Royal Mail to provide a universal service. So Royal Mail is having it’s most profitable areas taken away from it on the orders of the EU.

          In the case provided with parcels, their parcel business was also cross subsidised by their London deliveries. I don’t usually believe in cross subsidy, or indeed any subsidy, but the Royal Mail is a strategic service, and as long as it breaks even overall whilst achieving its stated aim of a universal service then it should be left alone.

          I consider the destruction of Royal Mail on EU orders to be an even greater betrayal of our nation than the EU/EEC ordered destruction of our fishing fleet.

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          • From Scotchland to Oggyland says:

            Except using say Hermes or Citylink I can post a parcel from Inverness to Penzance for a third of the price Royal Mail are now charging after their ridiculous rise in parcel prices. Anyone would think RM are trying to drive away business. Agree a Western Isle to Scilly is another thing.

            http://www.interparcel.com/

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          • From Scotchland to Oggyland says:

            Except using say Hermes or Citylink I can post a parcel from Inverness to Penzance for a third of the price Royal Mail are now charging after their ridiculous rise in parcel prices. Anyone would think RM are trying to dr1ve away business. Agree a Western Isle to Scilly is another thing.

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          • Ed Moribund says:

            Small parcel under 1 kilo is £2.60 incl vat by Royal Mail

            90% of UK parcels are under 1 kilo. Just say’in like!

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          • David Moribund says:

            90% of Royal Mail parcels are under 1kg which is not the same as UK parcels.

            Royal Mail have deliberately priced themselves out of larger parcels to target what will easily fit in postie’s bag.

            Fine but Vane Cable is promoting Royal Mail privatisation on the back of internet shopping where the parcels tend to be larger than small packets and with the recent new price structures posting anything above a small packet is simply too expensive using Royal mail. Plus other carriers will knock on your door and collect your parcel saving you a trip to the post office.

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        Maq­boul says:

        The Royal Mail is an anachronism, woteva that means, it really isn’t needed anyymore.

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  7. 8
    Anonymous says:

    A very great Lady.Some of the comments from our two wonderboys are bordering on the shameless bearing in mind what they have been up to.

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    Spirit of Mrs.T. says:

    Forgive me this un-Parliamentary language — but Mr. Cameron is an odious incompetent weak gay loving little pillock.

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      Cameron is a Lefty Metrosexual elite Liberal Socialist says:

      But what about his bad points?

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        The Wild Colonial Boy says:

        I’d call him a liar, but that would get me expelled from the H of C. I don’t know about the H of L. By the way, which one is this.

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  9. 11
    Sunny Jim says:

    I see there is a hatefest of frothing & vitriol going on at Political Scrapbook – no change there then…

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  10. 12
    Raptor says:

    David Cameron, egged on by the repulsive Francis Maude, spent the first seven years of his leadership trying to dis-associate himself, and the Conservative Party itself, from Mrs Thatcher.

    Now that her greatness, and Cameron’s feebleness, has become apparent even to the Tory “modernisers”, they are trying to crawl back under her mantle.

    It won’t delude anybody. UKIP will take enough Tory votes to finish off the Cameroons. A revitalised Conservative Party, in some form of alliance with UKIP, should arise from the debacle.

    That is effectively what Maggie accomplished, post-Heath, and it can surely be done again. If it isn’t, then we are all finished.

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    • 28
      Anne says:

      You are completely right. Perhaps it would be better if the Tory/UKIP alliance happened before the general election rather than after. (But it won’t happen under Cameron.)

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        Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

        True.

        It would happen under Nigel, with someone other than Cameron leading the Conservatives.

        People seem to have forgotten how coalitions are meant to work :-)

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        • 117
          Expat Geordie says:

          I remember seeing a reply on Lord Tebbit’s Telegraph blog that said that he, Keith Joseph and Maggie had hijacked the Conservative Party. It wasn’t meant in an insulting way, but I can see the respondents point. There was a lot of consensus politics at the time, although there was admittedly a lot of political differences between the main parties as well, and all of a sudden the Conservative Party was taken over by a working and lower middle class cabal.

          Our heroes took over the Conservative party and changed direction, creating a party that wanted to put Britain first and wasn’t interested in the managed decline of Britain. They were, effectively, not the Conservative Party but the Real Conservative Party, and in the process of making this party accessible to the traditional real working class.

          Because the country was in a hell of a mess when they came to power in 1979 the actions necessary were very painful to many people, and the nasty party image came out. Had they not acted as they did the damage done to the country would have been even worse, and possibly fatal, but let’s not let reality get in the way of a good socialist myth.

          But as our heroes grew old and died, the party came under the control of people who were not “Real Conservatives”, just “Conservatives” in the old, traditional mould. Because they didn’t want to be called nasty by socialists, they went in for consensus politics, so much so that you could tell the difference between any of them.

          So now we have a situation where the heir to the Real Conservative Party is Nigel Farage, the heir to the Real Labour Party is Nick Griffin, and as for Cameron, he isn’t the heir to Thatcher, nor the heir to Blair, but the heir to Heath. God h.elp us all, because no-one else will

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          • Casual Observer 3 says:

            I would agree with that analysis.

            The ‘Nasty Party’ slur was engineered by the left through the papers at the time. It does not really add up when looked at as despite the hardships felt in mining communities etc. the reforms which were put through did improve the living standards of the majority as experienced in the 90s.

            Things started falling apart for the Cons under Major, who I think tried to continue in Thatchers footsteps, but sold out to Ma’astricht and left the party in a bitterly divided state that made it very easy for the left to pick off.

            The installation of Mar!n B’ell following the libel that saw Ham!lton step down in Tatton, and the fallout over Matr!x Church!ll were the death knells that guaranteed Bla!rs landslide in 97.

            Major himself moving on to Carl!sle Europe really initiated the pattern of rewards for treaty signing, most shamelessly demonstrated by Brown and his UN appointment following L!sbon and loss of office.

            Cameron has a vacant legacy, but then was never expected to do anything of real substance in the true Conservative sense.

            Minus the rumors relating to Heath’s p’edoph!lia, the Heath legacy is perfect fit Cameron.

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            Thanks. One the subject of mining communities one thing has always had me puzzled by the left’s attitude. I grew up in a Durham pit village. The miners that I knew were hard men, generally good men, but they didn’t want their sons following them down the pit. They would do anything to stop that from happening, yet they blindly followed a union that wanted to keep them there forever.

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          • Tory Blur says:

            I grew up in a Scottish mining town and can concur that the miners did not want their offspring to follow them down the pits and said so on many occassions.

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          • Maq­boul says:

            Me also. I was the only Arab in the Villaaaage ;)

            When some young lad leaving school said he was “going down the pits” he was pitied. Pitmen were paid well but they worked bloody hard for it, yet none of them wanted the same for their sons.

            Every patronising man jack on the left who laments the decline of the “mining communities” has absolutely no idea what they are talking about nor do they care. Pit villages were not Utopia no matter how much the middle classes in Islingtopn opine.

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      • 109
        BBC Political Propaganda is in everything you watch says:

        Yup, that useless Cameron is going to let Labour back in again because people do not believe that the party he leads is the same one Maggie led. Think I’m going to emigrate.

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    Bob Fleming says:

    Looks like UKIP are frightening the bejeezus out of the Tories. They’re obviously doing the maths and don’t like what they see. Jumping on Maggie’s legacy to win back support from disaffected Tories won’t work and is no substitute for behaving like proper Thatcherite Tories

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      8ackstairs 8illy says:

      Cameron is such a fucking moron that he thinks references to Thatcher will help him and his fellow travelling bumboys.

      All it does is highlight the differences between her strengths and his flabby weaknesses.

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    Anonymous says:

    This should put another 20% on the attendance figures for the Bruges Group on Monday.

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  13. 17
    Dhimmi Dave says:

    Watch my skin crawling appeal to the M*sl*m invaders, who’s votes i hope will keep me in No 10.

    This fauxservative goverment, and it’s coward of a leader should not be mentioned in the same sentence as Maggie. Not one of them is fit to do the great Lady’s laundry, clean her shoes or even wipe their socialist arses.

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    • 46
      Cameron: Friend of Muzzies, Enemy of Badgers says:

      How many badgers have killed UK citizens of late ?

      EU subsidies do more damage to Dairy farmers than bTB.

      Badgers are not the main culprits responsible for the spread of bTB according to UK government.

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        Raptor Mincing Windmill says:

        A much prettier sight than the thousands squished eat night by the protestors cars.

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      • 75
        Fluffy Thoughts says:

        Maybe Ed Militwunt wants a new pair of dentures. The nose might be a wee too big though….

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      • 139
        Maq­boul says:

        Would they prefer they are hunted down by terriers? It was the anti foxhunting lot that suggested foxes would be better controlled by shooting than by dogs.

        This is sentimental hogwash. Would someone please twitter a picture of a dead rat and see if the softheaded twitterati want to stop the control of all species or just the cute ones?

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          Dr Strangelove says:

          I’d have thought that the sensible thing to have done, if the point of the exercise is to find out who gives TB to who, is to put a lot of tagged badgers on the isle of wight for example and see how we get on for TB in cattle and then kill or capture all the badgers and then see how we get on with TB in cattle, then kill all the cattle and so on.

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          • I'm a bit fick...but says:

            Badger originally caught TB from imported cattle, it was kept in check by all cattle being tested for TB and if positive they were slaughtered. Then that stopped because after the foot and mouth episode (that was pretty certain to have come from Porton Down and poor Dr Kelly knew phials were missing) they needed more cattle and didn’t want to slaughter the poor stock that came from Europe. So, badgers caught TB and started to spread it around…. pity the government didn’t catch it.

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          • Maq­boul says:

            So you think this is all a knee-jerk reaction? That they haven’t spent decades researching this? TB in badgers didn’t suddenly become an issue when Brian May became a Lord of the Manor.

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      • 235
        I'm calm and am voting UKIP says:

        If we are shooting badgers for spreading TB, does the same apply to Roma?

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      • 260
        FTFoff says:

        I nearly got killed by a badger when it ran into the side of my bicycle and I fell into the road at night.

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    • 234
      REALWORLDER says:

      If he isn’t sucking on the EURO arsehole he’s crawling up the muslim jacksy but every time he opens his slimy mouth he must pile on thousand of UKIP votes, long may he continue in the same tone .

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      Man from the Street says:

      Someone should show this to L e e R i g b y ‘s two year old son.

      Disgusting.

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  14. 18
    Anonymous says:

    Maldives to disappear soon due to climate change

    AOL headline……….book your holiday now.

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    • 19
      The Wild Colonial Boy says:

      Conservative Party to disappear soon due to change in another kind of climate.

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      It’s the weight of all those concrete runways they’re building…

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      Mancunian Man says:

      It could also be a result of a water rise from of water displaced as a result of all the ships in the oceans

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        Right Full Rudder says:

        In her defence, the temperature wasn’t declining at the time, as it is now, and there wasn’t a growing mountain of evidence it was all a load of bull, as there is now.

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        • 69
          Jimmy says:

          It was also before righties decided that science was the work of the devil.

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          • Right Full Rudder says:

            Science based almost entirely on computer simulations that have a lower accuracy rate than tossing a coin IS the work of the devil.

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          • Jimmy says:

            I’ll listen to the scientists. You keep listening to the tossers.

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          • New Scientist says:

            I’ve got a spreadsheet that proves Jimmy is a twat. Very scientific it is with lots of charts and formula’s and stuff.

            Fits my prejudices very well.

            That must be worth a 10% tax on his posts.

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          • A real scientist says:

            We do the hard work: find analytical solutions and confirm them (or not) by experiments (plural!). We don’t use crap computer modeling.

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          • Jimmy says:

            Course you do Marie Curie. Just hurry up with those holiday snaps.

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          • New Auditor says:

            > I’ve got a spreadsheet that proves Jimmy is a twat

            No, I think the evidence shows only a 95% probability that he is a twat. He might be a Hunt, which can give similar results.

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    • 138
      Another Engineer says:

      The Maldives are sinking because that’s what coral atolls do. Of course, if they haven’t been built on then more coral grows as they sink.

      The Bahama platform is now 4km high and has been growing for several hundred million years, despite ice ages, warm periods, and the extinction of the dinosaurs.

      Bit daft somewhere that is dependent on long haul flights moaning about CO2.

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    • 24

      Are you not in danger of becoming a bit Haggard, homosocial and masculine?

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    • 56
      Right Full Rudder says:

      Excellent demonstration of what should have happened after the 2011 riots.

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      • 60
        Right Full Rudder says:

        Although I have always wondered, where do subterranean cults get the molten lava to put in their sacrificial pits, and how do they transport it there? Presumably the don’t build their temples inside active volcanos.

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        • 67
          Diane Abbott says:

          That cult is like totally racist, if I’d of been there I’d of jumped down that hole and blocked it up with my fat arse to save them all.

          I’ll be writing a strongly worded letter to Trevor Phillips about this racist cult.

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    • 63
      Fuck the LibLabCon says:

      Oh yes and the Labour party who claim to be egalitarian have never had a female leader let alone a prime minister, odd that.

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      • 66
        Jimmy says:

        We’ve had two female leaders so far. Try and keep up.

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        • 70
          Fuck the LibLabCon says:

          Who, when and where?

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          • Jimmy says:

            Look it up yourself. I’m not spoonfeeding you.

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          • Right Full Rudder says:

            Margaret Beckett & harriet Harman – both temporary, unelected interim leaders so Jimmy is being a bit tricky there. I would bet money that when Miliband steps down the comrades will insist on either a female or an ethnic – no hideous white males! Chuka vs Stella would be my guess.

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          • Fuck the LibLabCon says:

            Why would I look it up it’s your statement?
            Typical of Jimmy, I should have known better and ignored him as I usually do. So no female leader or prime minister and we’re are now in 2013.

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          • Maq­boul says:

            There’ll be no female leader of the Labour Party, at least not while that misogynist Lend McCluskey’s in charge. Milliband will be as near as it gets.

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      The cat in the hat says:

      I was particularly taken with the attention to Health and Safety what with the lava pit being roped off. I feel a couple of road cones would have created a more noticeable barrier.

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    • 304
      Lefty Twat & Genocide like 2 peas in a pod says:

      Ah yes, I can see the parallel – “She” is modelled on Pol Pot, or Lenin, or Stalin, or Mao, or comrade Robespierre.

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        Lefty Twat & Genocide like 2 peas in a pod says:

        or Che, or Kim Jong Il, or Kim Jong Un

        or Castro

        etc.

        get the fucking picture yet?

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  16. 21
    Thank you Mrs. T says:

    Tips hat to Mrs. Thatcher in thanks.

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  17. 30
    Anonymous says:

    Nice film but an odd title, since Mrs Thatcher hated the term ‘Maggie’.

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    Watcher says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2435751/GEOFFREY-LEVY-SATURDAY-ESSAY-Red-Eds-pledge-bring-socialism-homage-Marxist-father.html

    Rather amusing to see that even as a toddler, these socialists all develop those mad staring eyes.

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  19. 33
    Watcher says:

    Try again since the last one appears subject to AutomodDrone:

    Rather amusing to see that even as a toddler, these socialists all develop those mad staring eyes.

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    they wish... says:

    given she died since the last conference it is not unexpected that she would get an appropriate tribute … the fact the others have no-one to match her stature
    doesn’t make her inclusion either wrong or surprising

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  21. 38
    Anonymous says:

    The president of Gambia has ranked homosexuality alongside obsession with power and greed as “more deadly than all natural disasters put together.”

    He’s sussed out our Dave then………

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  22. 39
    Nick says:

    a great country has 3 key ingredients a decent majority of business’s
    who do the right thing by their employee and a majority of the workforce being of a skilled nature along with the majority of people who think and look out for others and not themselves

    These 3 key ingredients are not applicable in the UK so therefore whatever David Cameron is thinking is just plain nonsense and until those 3 key ingredients are up and running the UK will always be a failure as you cant run a small and over populated country without them as this has never been achieved by any country throughout history

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    illogical says:

    Will the Conservative Conference be the setting for a Socialist protest ‘dummy run’ demonstration?
    After the Mental patient Haloween costume saga followed by the G*y best friend blow up doll farce it would not surprise me if soon the biased BBC and Unions will be together unveiling the blow up ‘Militant Marcher’.
    With the dismal numbers of supporters attending these strikes and demonstrations revealed by other media TV outlets despite Beeb attempts to massage the numbers and suggest many millions, when the figures barely reach the many hundreds, this could be their moment.
    Hope Milband marches as before. It will be intriguing to try and distinguish between the one Socialist hot air puppet and the other dummies, both real and false, attempting to hold the country to ransom as they have always done in the past.

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    An Angry Badger says:

    Shame on Dave.

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      Right Full Rudder says:

      I doubt any animals particularly like being killed, including the cows badgers infect with deadly diseases.

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        An Angry Badger says:

        EU subsidies have killed more cattle by making UK Dairy farms uneconomic than badgers.

        EU open borders and poor quality control allowed import of source of foot and mouth outbreak which saw nearly entire herd culled in early 2000s

        Badgers are not the only creatures or the predominant creature for spreading bTB – UK government study confirms and also shows badger culls increase spread.

        Read up and note that the EU has killed more UK cattle than badgers or bTB.

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        • 65
          Reality Check says:

          Death by TB is a long slow painful death for whichever animal it infects.

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          • Village Idiot says:

            …TB had all but been eradicatd from this country and then everyone came here…..and ,in humans,it’s back!!!

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          • Tony B. Liar says:

            Death by TB can be very quick. Our assassins can swiftly finish you off within the time it takes to walk through the woods, and our bombs can obliterate a baby in milliseconds.

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          Right Full Rudder says:

          I don’t doubt it and I would entirely support a cull of EU bureaucrats.

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      Romanian says:

      It’s a disgrace how the Brits treat animals.

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        Roma Kebas says:

        Any like Donkey? Hung very-well!

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      • 115
        Roma Beef Burger, 100% Unregulated Horse says:

        Yes, bad people.

        Can I interest you in some cheap cigarettes or a p’rostitute ?

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        • 166
          Taxpayer says:

          Yes. I often need to travel abroad for work and always stock up on the fags. Why should those who don’t have that opportunity have to pay the best part of ten quid per pack,. and why should British shops lose my custom. At least some of the money that Silly Berkows lovers make might stay in the country.

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    • 306
      It's nature, get the fuck over it gay boy says:

      I fucking hate badgers

      “in Britain badgers may be killed and eaten by foxes, large birds of prey such as golden eagles and buzzards, and in other countries, wolves, lynx, bears, Wolverines and eagle owls.”

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  26. 50

    The longest-serving prime minister of the 20th century.

    Like

    • 94
      This century's politics for this century's people says:

      Yes. But that was rather a long time ago when people still had type-writers.

      Like

  27. 53
    Right Full Rudder says:

    I like the bit where Dave says she was a conviction politician and not interested in consensus politics. Maybe one of his aides could explain to him what irony is. Do you think Maggie would have got in bed with Nick Clegg, Dave? More likely she would have formed a minority government, waited for Labour to make Ed Miliband its leader and then called a new general election.

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  28. 73
    The Tory Party is the New Pink Party says:

    Tory Pervs Gather in MANchester

    Like

    • 80
      Fuck the LibLabCon says:

      I would have thought curry and bumsex don’t go together very well.

      Like

    • 100
      Curry Night Photo Op: Ghand!'s Revenge says:

      Waiter (in Bangladesh!): Oh my, WTF ? (in english) What would sir like?

      Cameron: Ok – !ndian food. I will have some of your Dhal for starters…
      Waiter (in B’eshi): Food of poor from toilet, (in English) very good and for main ?

      Cameron: Hmm, Chicken T!kka with pilau rice
      Waiter (in B’eshi): Badger slop a la Picadilly, (in English) very good, naan or poppadom ?

      Cameron: Oh poppadom, 4 please
      Waiter (in B’eshi): Can get rid of left overs, (in English) very good, to drink, lassi ? Beer ?

      Cameron: Oh a pint of Tiger
      Waiter (in B’eshi): You are a sister f’ucking mong with the brain of a donkey. (in English) Very good

      Like

  29. 78
    Vote UKIP says:

    If Cameron and Hauge had had their way, we would be knee deep in war with Syria right now.

    Like

    • 87
      Fuck the LibLabCon says:

      Indeed, the LibLabCon are a warmongering lot that’s for sure.

      Like

    • 88
      Yellow Belly Westminster says:

      No we wouldn’t. As a result of the Yanks and Frogs standing up for what is right. we now have Syria giving up Chem weapons and Iran in talks. White feather Red ED and his pacifist socialists nearly scuppered all that.

      Like

      • 96
        Fuck the LibLabCon says:

        I see the BBC brainwashing has worked a treat on you, you’ve totally bypassed the “whose done it” question because you know better than the UN weapons inspectors and everyone else who was down there at the time. It’s not a left right issue you partisan twat, if you’re so eager to go to war then don a uniform grab a gun and get your fat arse down there. Unless that is you want others to do all the fighting for you.

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      • 104
        Point of Information 7 says:

        I think Russ!a’s credible nuclear threat and strong position helped more than Dave and Ed avoid war.

        Russ!a helping to defuse the rhetorical trap into which Obama had foolishly wandered also was somewhat helpful.

        Dave can try to claim credit but cannot as he should not have asked the question or even considered sending in UK armed forces in the first place. Ed was only concerned about partisan politics – a point which has cost him real credibility.

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    • 93
      The British Public says:

      Syria is none of our business

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    I also find chuntering about Churchill rather a turn off says:

    Maggie was a fine PM, but that was a long time ago. People really do need to get a grip and live in the here and now.

    Like

    • 99
      Bob Fleming says:

      Problem is that the here and now is such a clusterfcuk that for those of us who still remember, Maggie’s premiership is a fine reminder of what is possible when a country is run according to conviction based on patriotism and common sense

      Like

      • 105
        Blue Peter Goldfish says:

        Who wants to live in the here and now, shafted as we are by a load of strictly come dancing, self-serving fuckwits (IMHO).

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      • 106
        Reader says:

        Yes, that is a problem. Younger people find this sort of backwards looking approach to finding solutions to be a total bore. I find it a bore, and I am in my fifties.

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        • 150

          Ah – one of Dame Shirley’s children. No wonder you’ve got no sense or understanding of History.

          Like

          • Reader says:

            No, I have a keen interest in history and have researched and published a number of articles on historical topics. I just happen to think that living in the past is a mug’s game.

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          • kix says:

            It is perfectly possible to dwell in the now but be informed by the past.

            “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it”
            George Santayana

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        • 177
          Owen's Remedial History teacher says:

          > Younger people find this sort of backwards looking
          > approach to finding solutions to be a total bore.

          That must be why Owen took in nothing from his lessons.
          I’m afraid his GCSE answer-sheet consisted only of why it should be called “herstory”, and a bunch of fairy tales backed up by very dubious tractor statistics.

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    • 101
      Dreaming of the new Liebour world says:

      It’s the only thing we have left and hasn’t yet been taxed is memories.

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  31. 116
    Sensible says:

    Cameron should not be trying to get a free ride out of her memory, he is not even a Conservative he is one of Blairs Socialist and a Traitor to this Country.
    Cameron is like Heath a first class traitor sucking up to the EU. Thatcher endorsed by Cameron talks about Freedom whilst allowing the EU/Communism take it away,bringing in Laws to shut the British people up and letting this Country fill up with unwanted immigrants who are /have changed our Country in to a third World tip. The sooner Cameron, Blair.Brown, Mandelson and many many others are tried for Treason and hung the better.

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  32. 121
    The British population says:

    Tribute to Thatcher?

    Pass the fuckin’ sickbag

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    • 127
      Thames Dover Wight says:

      Fuckin sickbags aren’t they the things in aircraft, use to fly in them once, aircraft that is, until Brown brought in the APT and stupid Osb continues with it.

      Cant afford to fly any more.
      Lady T never taxed us like that. Proper dame she was, real classy lady.
      God bless you ma’am.

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    • 167
      The bile of the left is always with us says:

      I think your monicker needs adjusting to read ” Twenty- Nine Percent of the British population who voted Labour”

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      • 230
        Owen's Remedial History teacher says:

        14% of the population voted Labour.

        29% of a 65% turnout, ie less than 19% of people eligible to vote.

        Mind you that includes more than 100% of the postal votes.

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        • 373
          Expat Geordie says:

          So if 14 % of the population voted Labour, does that include the 4% of the population who think that Elvis is still alive? If so, then the remaining 10% of the British population have an undiagnosed mental illness.

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  33. 122
    Fuck the LibLabCon says:

    Well well, the biggest Greek political crackdown in 39 years is taking place at the moment. The leadership of the Golden Dawn party (the third most popular in Greece) have been arrested and incarcerated for no known reason. I think maybe it’s time for Dave to have a HoC vote on arming the Golden Dawn party to overthrow this Greek tyranny.

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    • 125
      Acorn says:

      Coming to a country near you! Anyone who stands in the way of the liberal elites and their bankers creating the new paradigm will be marginalized and eradicated via media attacks and false flags.

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    • 126
      EU Watch says:

      What do you expect in the EU – Democracy ?

      Now we await one of them to die in custody, and civil war can begin.

      Lisbon Article 50 is a good exit strategy for the UK.

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    • 217
      The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

      Listening to the BBC reporting of this political party a few days ago it started with the description ‘right wing’ then it went to ‘far right’ and it is now ‘neo naz!’. I guess the next stop will be ‘Spawn of Satan’.

      BTW did anyone notice the BBC refer to the UK as ‘The nations and regions’ on the wireless today? I thought that bit of propaganda got stopped when Prescott lost the regional assembly vote.

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  34. 128
    EU Watch says:

    Political Repression in the EU – Greece:

    Why are the police hiding their faces ? (Recall !an Toml!nson ?)

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  35. 129
    EU Watch says:

    In !taly it is reported that all ministers of Berlusconi’s party have just resigned.

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    • 137
      EU Watch says:

      The resignation of PDL ministers means the end of the coalition.

      http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-09-28/italy-government-turmoil-berlusconis-pdl-ministers-resign-ansa-reports

      This leaves the important decisions on Italy’s budget now very much up in the air.

      There is some speculation that this decision may have just taken Italy out of the Euro.

      It is certainly a distraction from the budget problems ongoing in the US where there is still some uncertainty as to whether the US government will be open for business beyond this Monday.

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      • 152

        The US have been doing this sort of thing almost annually. Once O’Bummer signals he’s printed enough money to fill all the pork barrels, normal service will resume.

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      • 153
        Tachybaptus says:

        An American friend of mine works in the US Department of Immigration. She has been notified that she is an ‘essential worker’ and will be expected to work unpaid if the collapse occurs. She is also the union organiser for her office. I told her that if British government workers were treated in that way they would strike without hesitation, an idea she seemed to find novel. They do things differently in America.

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        • 163
          EU Watch says:

          The impact of US government shutdown is weird, and government employees would not be going on strike.

          Furloughed employees do not need to go in to work: your friend is designated critical so does. All employee’s should get paid retrospectively once things settle.

          The main impacts will be for people trying to access US Govt. services, and members of armed services who will be paid in IOUs.

          Passport processing, firearm license processing, and government loans (such as for buying a house / small business) will be delayed. Social security may be paid, it was previously.

          For services, garbage collection in DC will halt, as the budget for the capital is set by congress.

          Treasury operations should continue, as will progress on Obamacare which in part is causing the friction which is leading to this impasse.

          The impact of !taly though will be greater. This will have an effect on the Euro next week.

          The political instability which is likely to start in Greece, and need for elections in !taly as well, only a week after the re-election of Merkel is certainly not demonstrating stability. The G!braltar problem and debt in Spa!n is similarly demonstrating that the Eurozone recovery is perhaps not going to last.

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      • 191
        REALWORLDER says:

        Every nail in the EURO coffin is a step in the right direction and therefore a cause for celebration. with luck the whole shiftiest will self destruct before we even need a referendum.

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        • 205
          EU Watch says:

          They have just been bunga bunga’d.

          It is ironic that Berluscon!, a politician convicted of tax fraud, has been able to collapse the Italian government on the issue of the budget, and perhaps bounce Italy out of the Euro.

          Only in Italy. :-D

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          • FTFoff says:

            Berlusconi is a self-centred Tosser. I don’t understand how anyone can be so moronic as to vote for him.
            In fact you have to be a moron to give ANYONE a mandate to rule over you with your vote.

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    polygenesis says:

    The finest tribute to Thatcher would be the Cameron gang thrown out of office and Cameron & Co arrested on charges of high treason before Cameron and his Quisling cronies can flee to lavish EU jobs or bankster payback jobs.

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    • 154

      The Banksters are Brown’s creation. As usual, The Tories are cleaning up Labour’s shit.

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      • 202
        OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT says:

        How does continuing to run a Deficit of £300 million each and every day represent cleaning up Liebour’s shit?

        Dave and his mates are just the same traitorous LibLabConners.

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      • 203
        Real Conservatives vote UKIP says:

        Wallowing in Labour’s shit, more like.

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    • 162
      Crisis ? What Crisis ? Prime Minister Ed tells electorate in June 2015 says:

      All in favour of your proposal……. providing Bliar is tried for waging illegal war and Brown for fiscal incompetence in public office

      Like

  37. 140
    The Guardian says:

    “Tory vice-chairman Alan Lewis arrested over 1960s rape allegation

    Conservative party refuses to comment after Greater Manchester police arrest and question 75-year-old Lewis”

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  38. 141
    The Guardian says:

    “Tory vice-chairman Alan Lewis arrested over 1960s r@pe allegation

    Conservative party refuses to comment after Greater Manchester police arrest and question 75-year-old Lewis”

    Like

    • 155

      What timing! Is the complainant a Guardian reader? She must be a very lonely person.

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      • 233
        Prison governer says:

        Not a guardian reader. S/He’s been working so hard for the last 50 years with no holidays that s/he’s simply not had time to complain until retirement . Not a schoolteacher or unemployed layabout then.

        It would be a lot cheaper to simply put the politicians who are *not* sex criminals into prison, for their own protection. A telephone box is pretty stout and could have bars fitted to the windows.

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  39. 145
    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    The economy begins to grow at a natural, minimal rate at some point within the five years of May 2010 and Cameron has ‘saved’ it.

    His record has been absolutely abysmal on all counts, whatever way you choose to look at it. The past few years of recession, stagnation, and very slow recovery have been, by historical and international comparison, a disaster.

    And now we begin all over again – inflate house prices in time for the election, use public money to underwrite private debt, and perpetuate an entirely false narrative: haling the forces of the ‘free market’ for wrenching us again from the mess created by government.

    Under Cameron, we face a bleak, bleak future.

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    • 151
      Mousey Mousey mouse you are a scouse says:

      It’s deja vu, Cameron is running the country just like Bliar and Brown did, right into the ground, LibLabCons steal from the poor and give it to themselves and hangers on.

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    • 157
      I d on't n eed no d octor says:

      And under Ed Miliband we face no future at all.

      Like

    • 158

      There is no such thing as public money. There is only other people’s money, and Labour wasted so much of it that the Nation is broke.

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  40. 148
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP

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  41. 164
    Nuggy says:

    Could anyone remind me when a majority of British people voted for the fire sale of Royal Mail?

    Looks to me like Osborne is trying to flog it off to his mates for virtually nothing

    Like

    • 168
      192.168.0.1 says:

      £3.3bn? That’s like half a Vodafone tax write off.

      Silly Tories

      Like

    • 169
      Investment 101 says:

      If you think it is a bargain, buy shares.

      If you think it is a shambles, don’t.

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    • 170
      First Class Post says:

      “Could anyone remind me when a majority of British people voted for the fire sale of Royal Mail? ”

      Ask Sid…apparently he knows

      Like

    • 174
      Gary Bloke says:

      The EU wants the postal service separated from government. Ministers are just doing what they are told by Brussels.

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      • 180
        Barry Gloke says:

        It needs to be repeated again that this cock up of a Coalition have absolutely no right to land the Taxpayer with the liabilities of the Royal Mail Pension Fund.
        If I remember rightly there was a deficit with the British Telecom Pension Fund, and, even the Grocer’s daughter did not have the brass neck to stick us with that black hole

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    • 175
      Queen Boadicea says:

      Bloody disgusting, we really don’t know the extent of the corruption in Westminster, but I suspect it is at the heart of it we are being run by foreign corporations and any politician that has allowed this to happen over the years should be hung for treason to the people of this country

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    • 219
      south of the M4 says:

      Can anyone remember the last time they used that archaic institution?

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  42. 173
    A Genocidal Spanish Maniac says:

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  43. 179
    Anonymous says:

    See the BBC up to t,heir normal tricks re naming parties

    Conservative vice-chairman arrested
    One of the party’s vice-chairmen, Alan Lewis, 75, is arrested by Greater Manchester Police over a historical allegation of rape.

    Tory up front and central but if Labour you have to get to the 5th paragraph if at all

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  44. 181
    Fur_Kultur says:

    Im voting lib-lab-con for the foreseable future. Its the only way forward, “red-white-blue” – world cup willie…. sign NOW! and wave them flags high… for Lady Fatchur

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  45. 182
    Anonymous says:

    Conservative vice-chairman arrested
    One of the party’s vice-chairmen, Alan Lewis, 75, is arrested by Greater Manchester Police over a historical allegation of r ape.

    Note the Tory in the first word by the BBC where similar situations involving a our the party is not mentioned

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  46. 185
    Gordon Brown says:

    I shall give a piece to camera about courage.

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  47. 187
    Fuck the LibLabCon says:

    Now we know why Dave went hell for leather to pass gay marriage, he never liked pussy!

    http://tinyurl.com/orafwln

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    EU Watch says:

    The Twitter attack against PDL has already started.

    But Italy leaving the Euro is a very real possibility now.

    From deltahedge:

    ‘Italy could leave the Euro. Runs a primary surplus. Shouldn’t be too difficult to re-structure euro debt given net external debt position’

    The critical problem for Italy is its external debt position which can only be addressed by exiting Euro. The alternative is to continue in and leave taxes too high, which is contributing to high unemployment and pushing the people into poverty.

    The PD have already started offensive against PDL as there will be an election required now the Letta government has been collapsed:

    The real economic situation which Italy is in suggests that the PDL and parties willing to take Italy out of the Euro, such as five star, should be strengthened as the people are aware of what the larger problems are and with the memory of the Monti government which forced austerity on the country (leading to the current dysfunction) will likely reject any offer of EU aid and vote out of the Euro.

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    • 204
      EU Watch says:

      Some further background:

      http://globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/italy-on-verge-of-downgrade-to-junk.html#tLdvJGT4ZuAG6fEr.99

      Italian debt is about to be downgraded to junk status by S+P.

      When debt markets reopen tomorrow evening it would be fair to assume that yield on outstanding Italian bonds is going to go up. This instability will likely trigger a big problem in other European debt as well, such as that of Spa!n and Greece as it confirms that the situation in Europe is far from stable.

      The big problem here could in fact be Spa!n which cannot afford a spike in bond yield.

      Greece most people have given up on. The politically motivated arrest of the Golden Dawn representatives, combined with the announcement that elections will not be called, will likely spike Greek debt as a civil war risk premium should now be priced into that market.

      A further bailout of EUR 11bn was due for Greece. That figure will have increased now, so there is a good question as to how the G’erman people decide to handle this news.

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  50. 195
    Milk snatcher says:

    Rot in pieces

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    • 206
      you won't get me I'am part of the union says:

      13 years of Liebour now what did they do for the people, apart from a war, selling gold, making kids get loans to go to University, spending billions of NHS money on computers that couldn’t use the software provided which 19,000 Indian software people imported into England built, because IE35 destroyed British single software companies, a year of new doctors with no available UK jobs, making councils put their savings and pensions into failing Icelandic banks, not providing a loan for a van maker in the Midlands because a Liebour god was pissed off with it’s owner, so employee’s were sacked and the company closed, talking lamposts, bin police, petrol tax every few months, but remember the milk snatch, oh thats important.

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      • 218
        south of the M4 says:

        …….destroyed the best private pension schemes ; fueled house price inflation; manipulated postal voting in their favour; manipulated constituency boundaries in their favour; reduced the UK’s education ‘ world score ‘ ; fueled a personal debt boom; the police service became a police force; raised council tax exponentially; politicised the civil service; etc etc.

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        • 255
          UKIP or bust says:

          Wanted all of us (not themselves) to have an identity chip, so they could sell our identities to the multi national corporations while monitoring our every thought.

          Big brother in league with big business.

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    • 238
      Tory Blur says:

      Harold Wilson snatched the Milk from high school pupils in the 1960s yet no one seems to mention this. Also if taking the milk away from schools was such a bad thing how come Labour never re introduced it ? Can someone please ask Miliband if he has plans to reintroduce school milk .

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      • 241
        Tory Blur says:

        It goes without saying that as Labour did not reverse the School milk decision that Thatcher was correct in doing away with something that was no longer necessary.

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      • 357
        REALWORLDER says:

        I remember the warm rancid milk festering in the corner of the classroom in the summer heat during the 50s,very little of stinking putrid filth was actually consumed.

        Like

        • 374
          Expat Geordie says:

          We got milk at primary school until at least 1981, yet apparently Mrs T got rid of it when she was Education Secretary in the early 1970’s.

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  51. 198
    Axe the TV Tax says:

    TV licence evasion up to 5.8% for August compared with last year’s figure of 5.2%
    :)

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  52. 208
    Breaking news: COALITION HAS BROKEN DOWN says:

    In Italy.

    Sorry to get your hopes up.

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  53. 211
    Jimmy Saville says:

    heheheheheeee

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  54. 221
    Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

    The arrest of Golden Dawn members of parliament in Greece is a worrying development.

    The closest the UK has got to this recently was the politically motivated pleb-gate affair, and the confiscation of children by R’otherham social services.

    An equivalent act, to bring into perspective:

    If Cameron and a few others were arrested over the r’ape allegations surrounding the Tory Chairman who was picked up today at the request of Miliband, that is roughly what occurred.

    One should be under no illusions that if Miliband was in power that he would have any problems doing this. Arguably, this has already happened once. (Pleb-Gate)

    Vote UKIP.

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    • 229
      M103 says:

      At the request of Miliband? Do enlighten us.

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    • 244
      REALWORLDER says:

      Think back to the arrest of Nick Griffin for exposing muslim child abusers !
      THE TRUTH IS NO DEFENCE
      Yes it has happened here

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    • 250
      UKIP or bust says:

      Don’t know about the request of milliband, but the labour party did try to have Damien Green arrested when they were in power.

      Which was a very bad thing, and set a worrying precedent.

      Make no mistake the soviet types don’t play fair at all and will do any thing to get and retain power.

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      • 293
        Common Purpose infection remover says:

        and Red Plod tried to get Andrew Mitchell removed from parliament.

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      • 355
        REALWORLDER says:

        He was arrested , his office ransacked ,his files and confidential constituency papers read ,computer taken ; All with the connivence of the little shit of a speaker.

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    • 257
      Fuck the LibLabCon says:

      Indeed it is very worrying and this will set a precedent through out the EU too, although here they’ve already done it to Nick Griffin et al regarding the Muslim peado gangs. The LibLabCon have show everyone that they will batter down any who oppose them with their lickspittle MSM puppets and kangaroo courts.

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    • 279
      Casual Observer 3 says:

      There have been cases of children being taken into care by social services prior to the UKIP case:

      http://www.christianvoice.org.uk/index.php/social-workers-condemn-mother-for-edl-views/

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  55. 222
    Living in 98.221% white Merseyside says:

    Absolutely NO COMMENT!

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  56. 227
    Saffron says:

    Cammoron a closet Europhile and a disgrace to this country,people wake up as to what these tory tossers are giving away as regards our country.
    They are a disgrace and I for one would hope that all will get behind UKIP who do have this lands interests at the centre of their politics.

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    Chuktastic says:

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  59. 247
    Just asking says:

    Does Cameron’s married person’s tax break also extend to those in Civil Partnerships?

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    • 249
      Dave says:

      Yep. Sure does. Stops the pro all things homosexual BBC attacking the tax break that way.

      Like

    • 264
      Thank God Camoron will be gone in 20 months says:

      Yep, but Dave “equality” Camoron won’t allow heterosexuals to have civil partnerships,.

      In the name of equality/because Camoron didn’t think this through because he’s an inbred mong (delete as applicable)

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  60. 252
    I agree with that says:

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  61. 265
    EU Watch says:

    If the collapse of !talys government today does trigger collapse of the Euro:

    i) Germany is on the hook for €574bn of credits from the Bundesbank to the central banks of Gr3ece, Portugal, !reland, !taly, Cypru$, and $lovenia.

    ii) If the euro blows up, the Bundesbank still owes this money to the same private banks, which could be D3eutsche Bank, but could also be N0mura, C!tigroup, or B@rclays. This is not fictitious. The Bundesbank cannot default on these securities.

    The above is due to Target2: credits within the ECBs internal payments system which have always been advertised as adjustments, with minimal risk.

    – According to Lorenzo B!ni-Smagh! who used to be with the ECB.

    http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/finance/ambroseevans-pritchard/100025507/italy-floated-plans-to-leave-euro-in-2011-says-ecb-insider/

    The graph in the above article shows Target2 net balance figures. Spa!n is the most negative followed by !taly. G’ermany is offsetting.

    Due to the way Target2 is structured, if any EMU member state exits, a default domino effect will be triggered that will bring down the system with massive losses incurred by counterparties remaining within the system.

    The G’ermans are probably wishing they had voted a bit more for AfD when the news from !taly sinks in.

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    • 271
      Dave says:

      The wise Virgin would not sell them any Royal Mail shares then?

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    • 273
      Herman Van Rompuy says:

      The AfD will be arrested and locked up for being 1930’s nazis next week, oh and we’ll take their children off them too just for good measure.

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      • 342
        reality check says:

        You don’t know Italy. The government will be patched up with a new ragtag majority coalition and business will plod on as usual. It’s only Ambrose ‘lavendar handkerchief’ Pritchard who’s been predicting the “collapse of the euro tomorrow” for about 10 years

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  62. 267
    DC AC says:

    .
    Our Maggie Part II
    .
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  63. 276
    The British media are cunts says:

    The Tories want more bum sex.

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    • 281
      Say goodbye to all you know says:

      More bumsex = less British babies
      The pill = less British babies
      Feminism = less British babies
      Voting LibLabCon = 500,000 immigrants per year
      The fastest growing group in Europe = Muslims

      What could possibly go wrong?

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  64. 278
    Democracy in the EU says:

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    • 280
      Casual Observer 3 says:

      Clock is ticking now:

      http://theopiskarlatos.wordpress.com/2013/09/28/the-day-golden-dawns-leaders-are-arrested-their-supporters-tell-me-this-means-war/

      After knocking so many MPs out of the Greek parliament with a refusal to call immediate fresh elections.

      This is political and has nothing to do with the rapper.

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        It's totally Political says:

        The murder of this unknown far-lefty rapper (probably on the payroll) seems to be the opportunity they’ve been waiting for. I guess they’re hoping they can mop up the rest without much trouble, I think they’ll find they are wrong on that assumption and not just in Greece.

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          Casual Observer 3 says:

          Looking back over history, the arrests during the failed Beer Hall Putsch of 1923, even though justifiable at the time, gave the NSDAP excellent publicity and was invaluable for their later propaganda.

          Even those thoroughly opposed to GD in Greece must be feeling a little uneasy at what has just happened.

          Greece has an uneasy history on this. The last major crackdown happened when the military junta fell in 1974. There is believed to be a link between GD supporters and those who were in favor of the junta.

          This is a very dangerous game to play, the unintended consequence could be dire in the extreme for Greece.

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          • Universal Hiss says:

            Aren’t they fucked whatever they do?

            They had their opportunity last year to say farewell to the EU.They didn’t take it.

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        Cardinal Biggles says:

        They could set fire to the Parthenon and plant a box of matches on the leader of Golden Dawn – from an original idea by AH.

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      tn02 says:

      “Throughout the nearly two thousand years of the Diaspora, J*ws were repeatedly discriminated against, restricted in the activities they could undertake, on occasion expelled en masse, as in 1492 from Spain, and often the object of the extreme hostility of the peoples among whom they lived. They were able nonetheless to exist because of the absence of a totalitarian state, so that there were always some market elements, some activities open to them to enter. In particular, the fragmented political structure and the numerous separate sovereignties meant that international trade and finance in particular escaped close control, which is why J*ws were so prominent in this area.

      It is no accident that N*zi Germany and Soviet Russia, the two most totalitarian societies in the past two thousand years (modern China perhaps excepted), also offer the most extreme examples of official and effective anti-Semitism…If we come to more recent time, J*ws have flourished most in those countries in which competitive capitalism had the greatest scope: Holland in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, and Britain and the U.S. in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Germany in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century — a case that is particularly pertinent when that period is compared with the Hitler period.”

      Milton Freedman

      http://www.toqonline.com/blog/free-to-lose/

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  65. 282
    Iain Dale says:

    I do believe the time has arrived to visit the pub.

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  66. 284
    Universal Hiss says:

    What depresses me is I’ve read many & various reports over the last few months that the end of the Euro/EU is about to happen.

    It never does.

    Hurry up.

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  67. 288
    Fuck dave says:

    Maggie was a grocer’s daughter who became a scientist before becoming prime minister.

    Dave is an Eton bully who became a PR boy then sodomy propagandist and moslem bitch.

    She wouldn’t have pissed on him if he was on fire.

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  68. 290
    The British police are fat lazy cunts. says:

    So a load of Romanian beggars that we paid to go home have come back to the UK again but the Home Office can’t actually tell us if they’re the same ones.

    How the FUCK did these people get back into the UK? What the FUCKING HELL are the fat fucking bone idle fucking useless police up to?

    Instead of arresting some fucking twat like Iain Dale shouldn’t the fucking fat useless bone idle fucking plods be protecting our borders?

    Who the fuck else is just walking into the UK?

    Fat plod. Get off your fucking fat stinking overpaid lardy fucking arses you bunch of corrupt arse stabbing fucking piss ant shit head pig scum.

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      Common Purpose infection remover says:

      Good point, well point.

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      Ffs do something Dave says:

      Lifted this from the comments section in the Telegraph:
      Until recently, a flat opposite mine in N2 was squatted by about 11 Romanians for 18 months. They had 3 big vans taking up 6 precious parking spaces for the one dwelling, which they used for transporting their junk. They would walk up and down the middle of the road as if they owned it, pushing supermarket trolleys full of stuff. The whole of the back garden was piled 6ft high with collected junk.

      It wasn’t until they were caught tampering with the electricity supply that the police were able to arrest them, and board the place up. I had a look inside the flat a week later, and it was in a filthy, foul state. They had even ripped out the bath and sold it. Everything was stripped.

      These are the kind of Romanians people are so angry about. They are apparently detested in their own country and no wonder.

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      Bob Fleming says:

      Is that you Nell?

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      Anonymous says:

      it’s a point, but is it their fault?

      A fish rots from the head down!

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  69. 291
    The British police are fat lazy cunts. says:

    The only good plod is a fucking dead one.

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    Man from the Street says:

    I’m lost why is all this Euro drama happening right after the German elections? It is almost as if it was planned….

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    Nicky G says:

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    Maggie says:

    they closed down my emergency cabinet meeting place – lovely little guest house in Barnes it was

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    Casual Observer 3 says:

    Looks like Nigel is going to be speaking again soon:

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    Casual Observer 3 says:

    Very apt considering the actual content of this article:

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  76. 330
    Anonymous says:

    What a load of shit – is the best the tory party can do a homage to a dead old witch?

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  77. 332
    bill says:

    can you see nasty labour bringing out a tribute video to ‘our tony’

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    • 336
      disenfranchised says:

      Doubtful, but he does deserve a monument.
      I was thinking along the lines of a public urinal in Tower Hamlets.

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    • 340
      I will stick up for Blair says:

      Seems a popular thing these days to mock Blair. Just likethe great Mrs Thatcher’s History those that dislike Blair have re-written his.

      Blair was a good PM, a great leader and he put Britain back on the Map. He is also a Conservative.

      He was the second best leader the Tory party never had

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  78. 334
    Cameron is a Flawed PM says:

    So Cameron is sorry about splitting his party over Homosexual marriage and he did not realise how strong feelings were against it.

    Well sorry is not good enough. Either scupper the Homosexual marriage laws or resign. Preferably both.

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      UKIP is a vote for Labour but Cameron only has himself to blame says:

      Ignoring the strength of feeling on both sides of the argument etc etc the whole issue illustrates yet again Cameron’s appalling sense of political judgement(his errors of judgement are legion of course since when he was elected leader ….from dog sleighs and huskies to appointing C**ls*n the list is too endless to even mention)But THIS was an issue that brought him and the Tories very very few extra votes whilst ensuring that a core of his own supporters would either stop campaigning for the Tory Party whilst he was leader or would vour UKIP in any election thus letting in Labour. When future historians write about the Cameron Leadership of the Tory party they will probably highlight this issue as the pivotal moment he lost the support of the majority of his party

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        Real Conservatives vote UKIP says:

        Cameron is not, and never has been, a Conservative. He is a fraud – he should have been booted out years ago.

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  79. 335
    President of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso Blows own Trumpet.... says:

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      Bullshit Time. Gordon Brown MK11 says:

      The Jury of the ‘Charles V European Award’, given by the European Academy of Yuste Foundation, has decided to recognize José Manuel Durão Barroso (Lisbon, March 23rd, 1956), President of the European Commission, for his career, his commitment to the European unification policy, his work in the interest of citizen participation in the process of European integration, and his commitment to bringing Europe closer to its citizens, seeking always the common good above individual interests. The Jury emphasized his support of a stronger Europe at a global level, where not only the economic, financial and political interests are taken into account, but also those interests closely related to citizens, and where culture play an essential role in the process of European construction and the future of the old continent. The Jury also noted Barroso’s commitment to representing the general interest precisely in this turbulent period of economic, political and social crisis, striving for the European Union to be a real solution, a single and common solution for all in order to solve the big challenges ahead through a strengthened civic integration model for the European Union to remain a model of peace, democracy and prosperity for the rest of the world.

      http://www.fundacionyuste.es/

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      Patriot says:

      Charles V – sworn enemy of England

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    UKIP or bust says:

    Pre announcement on the Bbbc for the 9 o’clock Sunday leftie fest this morning:

    (and this on the eve of the Tory conference)

    ” This morning we discuss socialism, and ask the question are party political conferences necessary anymore”

    Wasn’t asking if they were necessary before goofy Ed gave his speech, were you?

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      The BBC supports "responsible capitalism" says:

      There will be a “balanced” discussion throughout the time of the Tory Conference on all our news and current affairs programmes. WE have an eclectic mix of Labour politiicians and commentators from the left of British politics who will explain Tory policies has they are announced putting the other side of the argument to our viewers illustrating why it is Ed Miliband and Labour who have the vision that is needed to restore Britain

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  81. 358
    Mustapha Compo says:

    It is disgusting that I was fed non-halal meat pies in prison. I’m only in here because I tried to blow people up. I want compensation.

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  82. 360
    Iain Dale says:

    Rejoice Rejoice

    LAB moves to an 11% lead according to latest YouGov poll for the Sunday Times
    CON 31
    LAB 42
    LD 9
    UKIP 13

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    No such thing as society says:

    Thatcher shop? Are they going cutting up that bitches cadaver and selling portions of it for her mindless followers to buy like relics of saints for pilgrims in the Middle Ages.

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      cretin watch says:

      But nothing exemplifies the antipathy towards Thatcher quite like the often misquoted line: “there is no such thing as society”. This line deserves some contextualisation and discussion.

      The full context of Thatcher’s remark was as follows:
      Perhaps you’d like to look at the full context of that speech you fucking mindless leftie moron.

      “I think we’ve been through a period where too many people have been given to understand that if they have a problem, it’s the government’s job to cope with it: ‘I have a problem, I’ll get a grant.’ ‘I’m homeless, the government must house me.’ They’re casting their problem on society. And, you know, there is no such thing as society.

      There are individual men and women, and there are families. And no government can do anything except through people, and people must look to themselves first. It’s our duty to look after ourselves and then, also to look after our neighbour. People have got the entitlements too much in mind, without the obligations. There’s no such thing as entitlement, unless someone has first met an obligation.”

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        Expat Geordie says:

        Had she done the leftie “finger quotes” when she said “society” they might have got it. They certainly wouldn’t have been able to use it against her. Unfortunately they are too thick to even understand the context of her speech.

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  84. 367
    Margaret Thatcher says:

    I’m glad to see all the righteous hatred against gayers. I’m proud to say I never had any gayers in my cabinet. I just had strong butch heteros like Leon Brittan, Ken Clarke, Peter Lilley and Michael Portillo. I was personal friends with happily married straight men like Lord Boothby and Enoch Powell and one of my aides and speechwriters was the ladies’ man Derek Laud.

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  85. 371
    Iain Dale says:

    Latest YouGov Poll in Sunday Times =

    Lab Majority of 114
    Lab 382 +124
    Con 223 -84
    LibDem -38 19
    UKIP 0 0
    Good start to Tory conference!!

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    • 377
      Democracy Now says:

      That is in part due to Tory incompetence, in part due to Libem uselessness and in part due to a rigged and undemocratic electoral system, which is also due to Tory incompetence and Libem uselessness.

      UKIP is a symptom of this, not a cause.

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  86. 372
    Guido Fawkes says:

    Off to Manchester. Tory scum here we come!

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  87. 380
    nellnewman says:

    We need another one like her.

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  88. 381
    Nemesis says:

    YUK!

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