October 2nd, 2013

Cost of Living Crisis Sam Cam

suit

As ever Guido is first with the most important aspect of the PM’s speech. Sam Cam was wearing a dress from Asos, shoes from Topshop and a belt from Fenwick. Guido would wager the belt probably cost more than the rest of it put together. No word on Dave’s suit yet…


159 Comments

  1. 1
    Speed dial says:

    Interesting

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  2. 2
    jake says:

    Michael Heseltine calls UKIP racist party on BBC…. OMG…..
    NO PACT AFTER THIS OUTBURST.

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  3. 3
    Lord Stansted says:

    What? no onesie?

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    • 17
      Satirical Elegance. says:

      M & S suit which is too tight for him. About £500 – half the price of Milibandwagon and Chukamoneyatit’s overpriced suits.

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    • 95
      Gidders says:

      “Sam Cam was wearing a dress from Asos, shoes from Topshop and a belt from Fenwick. Guido would wager the belt probably cost more than the rest of it put together.” What dress, blouse etc do you wear Geedes when you are off duty. Why are you fixated by what Sam wears, this is a political blog not a fashion blog or something out of a woman’s mag.

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    • 115
      Boris - he has you know says:

      I’d definitely give her onesie.

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  4. 6
    genghiz the kahn says:

    All the ladies like a man in a suit sir.
    Are you going to have your own secretary, sir?
    Will you be giving her one sir…
    Suit you sir…

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  5. 7
    Gok Wan says:

    Who cares?

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  6. 8
    Anonymous says:

    Is this the best you can come up with, speech must have been riveting !

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  7. 10
    The Politico/MSM Narrative says:

    UKIP are racist. Got that?

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  8. 12
    Nicked says:

    Eternal thanks that the tory party conference is now over for another year -t is so goddam boring and camp

    Whenever I hear a Tory politician, I am reminded of the French aristo’s reply to a man who said, ‘After all, I must live’. ‘I don’t see the necessity’. And of course, they don’t. It’s the old intellectual attitude that allowed slavery to flourish in a society that prided itself on the liberty of the individual. ‘Unless you contribute to my profits, your life is of no worth, and should cease … until, of course, I need you again, when I shall expect you to leap out of your grave, fit and active, ready for whatever conditions I may choose to impose on you at that time.’

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    • 33
      Labour...mendacious expedient sociopaths says:

      you should carry on re-running labours conference so you can enjoy the fruits of your wanderings on a deadbeat gone era

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    • 55
      Anonymous says:

      Whenever i see a Labour politician i turn the TV off.!

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      • 77
        Bertie says:

        same goes for any politician

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        • 103
          Gidders says:

          Any party political broadcast, time to go into the kitchen and make a cuppa. Political leaders think they are interesting, intelligent, popular, wonderful human beings, I think they will have to revise that opinion, if the number of votes cast goes down even further.

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  9. 14
    Labour are Splitting says:

    Was Dave wearing underpants by Owen Jones today ?

    Noticed lots of struggling rhetoric, and am not talking about the lines he fluffed.
    ;-)

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  10. 15
    Little Boy Blue says:

    But Guido, you missed the Black Bra. ( Strap visible on some photos )

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  11. 16
    The Ed Miliband Song says:

    ♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫

    Stalin knew my father,,,,,,,, father knew Stalin

    *Repeat endlessly*

    ♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫

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  12. 20
    Little Boy Blue says:

    Daves suit, too small. ( or he’s too big )

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    • 25
      Re-entry says:

      Daves a fett Cnut

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      • 90
        broderick crawford says:

        yeah Dave IS ready to be categorised in sartorial terms as “stout”.

        Sammy should tell him about that colourless odourless painless liposuction being advertised for no doubt 30 grand a session .

        Takes 20 minutes and you come out minus all fat cells plus a few less brain cells too.

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        • 109
          Gidders says:

          “come out minus all fat cells plus a few less brain cells too.” So that is all right then?

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  13. 21
    Nicked says:

    had enough of miliband’s dad stories now – let’s have a look a cameron’s dad shall we

    “Cameron’s father was “instrumental” in setting up the Panamanian company, Blairmore Holdings, in 1982, which was exempt from UK tax, when David was a pupil at Eton aged 16.”

    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2012/apr/20/cameron-family-tax-havens

    “BLAIRMORE HOLDINGS, INC.”

    “Directors
    John Anderson
    Jeroen Bos
    Ian Cameron
    Brent Haines
    James Hoar
    Andrew Hunziker
    Daniel Martineau
    Nicholas Peppiatt
    Betty Roberts
    Patrick Smiley
    Andrew Weight”

    http://globaldocuments.morningstar.com/documentlibrary/Document/ec3dcb9ffb02c630042fa1ac2c7d56de.msdoc/original

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  14. 23
    Mastercard says:

    Belt £300
    Dress £80
    Shoes £49.99

    Dave’s Suit £3,500

    Watching him tank at the next election – Priceless

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  15. 24
    Snapon says:

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  16. 27
    Melly Fluous says:

    Which ones wearing the most make up?

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  18. 35
    Magnolia says:

    She wore a French blue dress and indigo jacket while he wore a navy suit and sky blue tie.
    It all clashed horribly……
    A sleeveless sheath dress can only be worn by a minuscule proportion of the female population so it is a bit of a put down for the masses even if it is very glamorous.
    Quite parky too on a windy, wet autumn day in Man.
    All the leader wives look like city, career girls.
    Nowt wrong with that but it is exclusive.

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  19. 39
    Boris Island says:

    Very elegant.

    Much better than Justine Thorton-Miliband who seems to get fashion tips from the Eagle sisters.

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  20. 40
    No such thing as society says:

    Call me dave wore a suit? Judging by his speech I thought he’d draped himself in the dried up leathery skin of the corpse that was thatcher.

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  21. 41
    Hugh Janus says:

    Thank God that’s the end of yet another stage-managed ‘conference’. No wonder Joe Public feels completely remote from these events. At least it keeps the parasitic class occupied for a few weeks, thereby limiting the damage they can inflict upon poor old GB…..

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  22. 45
    Ric Holden,CCHQ says:

    Tory Conference

    Ralph Miliband v David Cameron Mr R Miliband the winner He had more TV time more Press coverage more tweeters Bad luck Cameron.

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    • 79
      Labour...mendacious expedient sociopaths says:

      don’t agree at all … miliband’s grandstanding is just that .. expediency borne of obvious panic in understanding within himself that he hasn’t got what it takes.

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  23. 46
    Jimmy says:

    “No word on Dave’s suit yet…”

    According to small boy at the scene he’s naked.

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  24. 51
    Anonymous says:

    suit – Rchard James Savile Row??

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  25. 52
    Herman Achille Van Rompuy says:

    Finally, can we now get back to some proper EU ass kissing.

    PS – Send money.

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  26. 54
    Casual Observer 3 says:

    One more PMI report due out tomorrow for services, but today’s and yesterday’s are not looking too shabby.

    Manufacturing yesterday was down very slightly, as it construction today, but not by much. Housing construction and costs are up: This could be signalling supply side inflation.

    This is good news looking ahead.

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  27. 56
    broderick crawford says:

    PRIMARK do good belts fake leather of course for about £2.50 .

    They do not last long but they would at least have held up the skirt/ trousers for the occasion before disintegrating into oapier mache grot next day.

    I refer to MENS belts of course but I assume same offering available in the Ladies Dept into which I NEVER venture … being not of an Oscar Wilde-ish
    ” bent “.

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  28. 60
    Peter Bone says:

    A crap speech speech from David Cameron, as ever. A reminder that Britain can do no better than than to elect Ed Miliband as Prime Minister in 2015.

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  29. 68
    Barrie O'Bummer says:

    Has anyone been paid yet?

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  30. 81
    Steve smith says:

    Where does she buy her knickers? Come on guido lets have the important facts ! Oh and what colour gasp gasp pant pant urgghh

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    • 83
      Principal - The Cheltenham Ladies' College says:

      Like all well bred girls, she doesn’t wear any.

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      • 129
        Femmes Brightoniques says:

        We are the girls of Ro*dene High
        We don’t wear drawers
        … and you wonder why?

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        • 137
          Principal - The Cheltenham Ladies' College says:

          Such, such were the days.

          Sadly, full of our East Asian cousines these days.

          You need to look much further west for good Anglo Saxon stock.

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    • 106
      SamCam says:

      Ann Summers sale. Red satin, black lace edging and no gusset with a peep hole bra to match. Marked down to 99p for the set, since no one else would be seen dead in them. Got to cut costs nowadays, in sympathy with the plebs.

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  31. 86
    Dave - balls of steel - Cameron says:

    “Born in Swaziland, Simelane received a reprimand for possessing a knife in 2007 when he was 17, having suffered mental health problems since his mid-teens.”

    How many more will benefit from our culurally diverse society?

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/10349420/Psychiatric-patient-released-from-prison-stabbed-schoolgirl-to-death-on-bus.html

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  32. 87
    SamCam says:

    FFS — how much longer have I got to keep this false smile on?

    And why do you have to do the upper button up on your jacket so that your gut bulges out underneath it. And why can’t you tie your tie straight — don’t they teach you faggots anything at Eton? You look like some third rate footballer who’s been shoved into a suit for his mother’s fifth wedding. My God you are a total tosser!

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  33. 89
    Sartorius says:

    Looks like Tesco are doing Value suits.

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  34. 92
    Charlie Drake says:

    That smile says it all really.

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  35. 94
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Speech delivered ‘straight to camera’ – ever the PR spiv, he couldn’t give a stuff about the activists in the hall.

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  36. 99
    Nigel Evans boyfriend says:

    Have you seen the price of KY lately absolutely disgusting. Time to bring in some price caps for the sake of my reamed hole!

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    • 105
      REALWORLDER says:

      Try using sand you whining faggot!

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      • 122
        Nigel Evans boyfriend says:

        Do you recommend building or sharp sand ?

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        • 132
          REALWORLDER says:

          The sharper the grittier the better with a sprinkling of ground glass ,are you a man or a fucking mouse?

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          • Nigel Evans boyfriend says:

            Ive just asked Nigel and he told me not to take your advice, he said he will see to it himself when he gets back from the solicitors office. Silly sod has got himself in trouble. All a misunderstanding he tells me , although I did hear a lot of muffled screams coming from his bedroom a few weeks ago ?

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  37. 104
    Nigel Evans boyfriend says:

    Is it just me or does Sam Cam look like F***ing horse

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  38. 112
    Nigel Evans boyfriend says:

    Jesus Christ I think Ive just found Shergar!

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  39. 119
    macGuffin says:

    Look at those cheap Third World-produced rags. She looks common.

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  40. 121
    7 Hail Marys says:

    Suit, £55.

    Michelin spare tyre, priceless.

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  41. 130
    Gaye Mann (Mrs) says:

    It’s an Emilia Wickstead belt, £196

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    • 131
      Nigel Evans boyfriend says:

      I noticed that as well. Nigel uses one in our bedroom games,sometimes with friends as well !

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  42. 138
    Who's nicked me arms ? says:

    No way is that a bespoke suit – look at the length of his sleeves. Far too long, there should be a bit of shirtcuff showing. Off the peg Moss Bros I suspect.

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  43. 139
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    He is turning into a fat slug, isn’t he? And what a picture – Less Beauty and the Beast, more the Beast and the Beast.

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  44. 157
    Jimmy Fox says:

    They’re so strapped for cash, she’s knocked up a tie (if you excuse the expression) for Dave from the hem of her dress.

    Baking your own bread to save money, now this, what next?

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  45. 158
    Anonymous says:

    Straight to the heart of the matter…or should I say the belly? Anyone else noticed a post-Cornwall deflation of Dave’s waistline? Or maybe it’s just the unflattering optical illusion of the Mickey Mouse beachwear that tricked the eye. At any rate – I doubt Dave’s sampled the delights of his breadmaker recently…branflakes anyone? Or just the usual humble pie?

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