October 6th, 2013

Read Guido’s Column in The Sun on Sunday Online

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  • On the day grieving families launched a national campaign in memory of Mid Staffs victims, Andy Burnham’s department bought 18 bottle of champagne
  • Bad Al Campbell is back
  • George Osborne’s latex interest, and the inspiration behind his new look revealed
  • Civil servants’ new holiday bonus
  • Snooty Emily Thornberry has another reason to look down her nose

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567 Comments

  1. 1
    The Flying Spaghetti Machine says:

    Even Stalin had the decency not to celebrate with Champagne.

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  2. 2
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

    70p? i thought it was 60p.

    They must be losing circulation even faster than first thought.

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    • 6
      Gheedough the Padded Paddy says:

      Roll-up, Roll-up!
      Read the cheesy alleged sordid details of a dead princess’s love-life!

      All profits go to Roop, a foreign man who came here but had no loyalty and who hates Britain, as one can tell my his views about our beloved institutions such as the monarchy and the BBC

      Err, OK, let’s forget about the BBC.

      Roll-up! Have a Sunday W a n k over pics of Di in a bikini!

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    • 28
      Expat Geordie says:

      I didn’t buy it when it was 50p.

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      Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

      Quite good.

      But isn’t the Labour party the Grumpy Party ?

      Symptoms of grumpiness: Bed wetting, extreme hand wringing, and inability to face the truth about yourself.

      UKIP is the happy party :-D

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      • 123
        Gooey Blob says:

        It’s very easy to be happy-clappy when you know you’ll never win a seat in the Commons and your raison d’etre is threatening to cut off your nose to spite your face. There’s no pressure in that.

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        • 128
          nellnewman says:

          Well I hope you’re wrong there as I really hope after 2015 nigelfarage has a seat in the HoC. He would be a great addition to parliament , a breath of fresh air and the proverbial grit in the oyster so to spe@k.

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          • Jabba Le Chat says:

            Trouble is, the opinion polls constantly refuse to fit the Ukip useful idiot narrative and remain firmly in the 10% fringe zone…

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    • 228
      Jimmy says:

      “Farage told the gathering that the membership extension demonstrates that UKIP is ‘modernising’ and ‘still relevant to modern Britain’. He also hinted that the policy could be the first step in a series of reforms, which could potentially see membership further extended to include non-golfers and the under 50s.”

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    • 415
      Gordon Brown says:

      Certainly a tad more amusing than all those dead Iraquis, created by Alchy Campbell, Blair, and the supine Labour party of destruction.

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      Bilda Berger says:

      The BBC needs paring down to be abolished.

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      P l e b says:

      I just cannot understand why people begrudge paying the TV licence fee. The amount of content the BBC puts out, from TV to radio to online, news, documentaries, entertainment, music, the list is endless. And all advert-free. The latter is worth £12 a month on its own. Contrast this with the mind-numbing tripe that ITV puts out. Cowell-shite, Jungle-shite, Keith Lemon shite, etc etc. The BBC shelters us from this garbage.

      The £12 a month is phenomenal value for money. It could not be done unless everyone subscribed. If the way it is financed could be construed as ‘socialist’ then it just goes to show what can be done when the state, instead of private enterprise, works for the common good rather than profit.

      We can learn a lot from the way the BBC is constituted. Long may it continue.

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      • 14
        ¶Ⓢⓒⓗⓡöⓓⓘⓝⓖⓔⓡ'ⓢ Ⓒⓐⓣ says:

        Move along please!

        If everyone stood there, how would the rest of the people get past?

        #logical fallacy land

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      • 16
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

        There is no place for a state broadcaster in this day and age. We need to become a modern democracy like the United States. Any American politician proposing a tax on TV sets to fund a state broadcaster would be lynched.

        Time to axe the telly tax :-)

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        • 56
          Bombadier Beaumont (aka Gloria) says:

          American TV is terrible. American politics is terrible (and not functioning at the moment.)
          We get Bliar, Broon, Cameron; they get Dubya, Os ama. We get drama dumbed down for the yanks, they get drama dumbed down for the yanks.

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          • The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

            Perhaps in part true.

            But you need to make the case that direct public funding improves matters in order to regain common consensus that the license fee is good value for money.

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          • Bombadier Beaumont (aka Gloria) says:

            There are loads of taxes we have to pay for stuff we do not use (e.g. housing, lifelong benefits, prisons). The BBC is, or should be, much better value for money than Sky which costs about £800 p.a. for HD, excluding the multitude of pay-tv options and other digital channels.
            Without Sky, most of the sports which most people would watch would be included in the licence fee (but Premiershit players and their agents would have fewer Ferraris), and we would be spared hours of scrolling through hundreds of channels of utter shite.

            So I’d can democracy and the free market and give the Beeb a monopoly of what they want for four channels and let ITV/Sky bid for what is left.
            But then we’d need to get rid of the political influence on the BBC, and put people in charge who make programmes they want to make (that they would want to see.) They need to be ambitious and assume people will eventually watch good programmes, and not seek to make condescending shite which they think the plebs they despise want to watch. (ITV can do that and good luck to them, and the advertisers will be happy enough).

            In summary, *I* get to choose the programmes and the riff-raff can pay for it.
            I’d start by getting historians to do history progs and Naturists (Oh yes!) to make nature programmes. Comedians can stick to comedy and tax avoidance. The Dimblebys can retire and journalists can start asking about what policies mean, not whether they will be popular among core demographics (ie themselves).

            Also I’d like HS2 replaced with prossies on the NHS.

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      • 18
        Bombadier Beaumont (aka Gloria) says:

        The trouble is, the BBC has a left-wing metropolitan establishment, Westminster-village, Stephen-Fry-dinner-party view of *everything*, which is a right pain in the aris’.
        Even Ben Elton is too un-pc for them.

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        • 48
          Mind your language says:

          You left out the words “staffed by effniks”

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          • BBC says:

            Nonsense. As long as they’ve been to a nice public school and have connections in politics / the media we’ll take anyone.

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          • BBC says:

            Nonsense, “BBC Sock-puppet” we employ disadvantaged white-trash too: like ex-cons and those who cannot find other work because of prejudice about employees who defraud their employers or friends of the family, kill, peddle drugs or have serious alcohol problems, such as those who, to protect their identity, I shall call Chris, Stephen, Vicky, Jacqui, midget-Manc, Will and Al.

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      • 41
        Daily Mail says:

        Quite right.

        But in the interests of fairness, the law should be changed so that anyone who reads a newspaper has to pay us £12 a month regardless of whether they read the Daily Mail or not.

        Also the government should pay us to provide free copies of the Daily Mail for over 75s, and the FCO should finance the Continental Daily Mail for our overseas readers.

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        • 113
          EU Watch says:

          Love bomb Europe with copies of the Daily Mail ?

          Makes sense.

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          • Village Idiot says:

            ….The best idea yesterday,was about an enquiry into the”culture and practice of the labour party”….Set up a task force to scrutinise all they did during their term,questions need answering! …I do not believe this would be a waste of taxpayers money…Why did the level of politics become so distrusted,institutions failing and run by incompetents,labour mp’s becoming filthy rich?..and much,much more,immigration,wars and of course,the economy? Why has pc been cultivated,where is accountability,when will labour apologise and rectify their mistakes which have blighted so many lives in this once great country??? When will someone tell us the truth?….Thank you DM,please keep at it!

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          • U U H Smith says:

            Yes please. We can’t give them away.

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        • 268
          Rustberger's organ says:

          Get to the back of the queue !

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        The EU is croques (de merde) monsieur says:

        Why should we pay to have left wing propaganda forced down our throats 24 hours a day?

        Should we make all left wingers pay for the Daily Mail just to balance things up a bit?

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        • 92
          The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

          Because ‘they’ will put you in prison and abuse your children in state care if you do not. Sound fair ?

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      • 73
        Repeater says:

        Oh dear, the same post yet again. Your BBC managers will be pleased, and you’ll get your tax payer paid fee from them, but you bore the pants off the rest of the world.

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      • 87
        (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

        Satire, right?

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      • 107
        Handycock former Director BBC daytime club (now removed from his online biography)BC says:

        The BBC is a great Institution, especially it’s childrens programmes. Boaz.

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      • 130
        Gooey Blob says:

        The way the BBC is funded means that it is of the utmost importance that the corporation should be neutral, yet that same method of funding effectively guarantees that it has a left-wing bias.

        The BBC ought to have to compete for some, if not all, of its funding. That is only fair in this day and age.

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      • 166
        Fifties Throwback says:

        Vote for Mr Attlee! Hands off Suez!! Finney for England!!!

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      • 319
        Vote UKIP get milliband says:

        Pleb you are a dick. Fine as you say but using it as a cover to shove Marxist ideas down our throats then no

        Soon may it end

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      • 418
        Gordon Brown says:

        It is a myth that the BBC is advert free. They advertise the shit out of their own programmes, and there is nothing worse than having some hysterical Eastenders shiite rammed down yer lugole when you’re not expecting it.

        And that’s not mentioning the marxist propaganda they trot out continually, whether it be in their selective news coverage or their dramas, or comedy offerings etc.

        We must also take into account their climate change propaganda.

        We must also take into account their covering up of paedophile activity.

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    • 23
      Fuck the LibLabCon says:

      The BBC is a fucking disgrace!

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    • 129
      nellnewman says:

      The BBC needs selling off in bits to anyone who’ll buy it. We do not need a leftwing state broadcaster that thrives on bias and champagne; we are not a communist country.

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      • 436
        it's truly pathetic says:

        Pleb keeps pumping out the same propaganda
        week after week after week.
        A bit like the BBC he so slavishly supports.

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    ¶Ⓢⓒⓗⓡöⓓⓘⓝⓖⓔⓡ'ⓢ Ⓒⓐⓣ says:

    Thank you Guido, whichever one it was, for giving the Gadarene fuckpigs of multiplicity* such a formidable hammering last night. :-D

    *hat tip Bilda Berger

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      Eric Pickles says:

      You need to adjust your medication

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    • 109
      Bilda Berger says:

      @SC

      “To the fuckpigs of multiplicity” is the epigraph in one of J P Donleavy’s novels — A Fairytale of New York, AFAICR. I’d check but we’re moving house and most of the books are packed away. “Gadarene” is my addition. Donleavy was perhaps complaining about his agent and publishers, but the phrase applies equally well to the mendacious toads on whom we have inexplicably bestowed authority.

      The word “fuckpig” has a nice ambivalence about it. It can mean either those who fuck George Harrison’s pigs (i.e. their corpulent wives, clutching forks & knives) or the wives themselves, who are often as much or more to blame than their husbands.

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      • 115
        This should get m'odded but what the hell says:

        Let’s not pretend any pleasantries.

        This is a fuckpig as it applies to the LibLabCon:

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        • 275
          Man from the Street says:

          Will Adele be posting up a pic of a pig being slaughtered using the traditional Halal method?

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        • 324
          Maq­boul says:

          Looks no worse than my arse after a night before on the Vindaloo. The ol’ farmers can’t hack it.

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        • 441
          the abuse that shall be ignored says:

          I’d rather see that picture than one of women who’ve
          been forced to endure the Islamic practice of female
          genital mutilation.

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      • 180
        ¶Ⓢⓒⓗⓡöⓓⓘⓝⓖⓔⓡ'ⓢ Ⓒⓐⓣ says:

        Thanks for that BB!

        It looks as if my sockpuppet has worked out how to copy my paragraph break so I shall adopt this as an alternative moniker for now.

        I have been using the term fuckpig from before even the days of the White Album (not that George used the expletive). It just has a wonderful ring to it. Many years ago a gf even bought me a tie with pigs on it as a result of hearing me say it. I regret I never had the bottle to wear it as I would not have kept a straight face (maybe just the one thing in common with God, I do not play poker!) Garadene was a wonderful addition to the imagery.

        Hope you can soon unpack your books and enjoy them again but don’t crack too many pots! :-)

        A house without books is like a room without windows. Horace Mann

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  6. 15
    Casual Observer 3 says:

    The call for early referendum, as presented by Alfryie on Sun Politics today, is already being watered down. He was talking in terms of renegotiation.

    A referendum is not required for renegotiation as Lisbon 50 can be invoked at any time in order to force that issue.

    Europe has already ruled out any renegotiation of UK’s terms of membership. Recall that European membership is ‘not a la carte’

    Referendum is only required in order to guide government as to whether the people wish Article 50 to be invoked.

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    • 20
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

      Had enough of the LibLabCon traitors?

      Are you a patriot and want your country back?

      1. Stop paying the telly tax.

      2. Stop buying the lying rags laughably calling themselves newspapers.

      3. Vote UKIP at every opportunity.

      Remember vote early, vote often, vote UKIP :-)

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      • 25

        The BBC has grown too Leftie and way too big.

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      • 100
        Living in 98.221% white Merseyside says:

        Not while poor old Nige is on the rocks.

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      • 141
        Gooey Blob says:

        I have voted Ukip at every euro election. Sadly I feel can no longer do so next year and much of that has to do with the UkipLab trolls who have turned The Telegraph into an equally loony mirror image of The Grauniad’s CiF. I just cannot bring myself to vote for the party espoused by the buffoons on there.

        There are a few UkipLab trolls on here, although they are of a somewhat less toxic and occasionally more humorous breed than the embittered and obnoxious souls who infest The Tele’s comments.

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      • 321
        Vote UKIP get milliband says:

        Get Milliband if you do

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      ¶Ⓢⓒⓗⓡöⓓⓘⓝⓖⓔⓡ'ⓢ Ⓒⓐⓣ says:

      To clarify, Europe will renegotiate nothing unless Article 50 is invoked meaning we decide to leave then, and only then, will they deign to negotiate.

      How many referenda do we need and how many more times will we have to vote again, until the required result is produced, and the whole matter can be quietly dropped?

      To borrow an increasingly popular phrase: Vote UKIP!

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      • 43
        Casual Observer 3 says:

        The referendum is not required, it is just a democratic nicety with precedent dating back to the UK’s entry into the EC in 1974.

        http://www.lisbon-treaty.org/wcm/the-lisbon-treaty/treaty-on-European-union-and-comments/title-6-final-provisions/137-article-50.html

        If Article 50 is invoked, which it can be, the first step to EU exit is to go through a process of negotiation on the relationship.

        When Article 50 is invoked, only then is the EU compelled to enter negotiations.

        Cameron has no credibility with the public to justify trust that he would be able to handle the negotiation phase in the country’s interest.

        Cameron has less credibility that he would honor his own ‘pledge’ after 2015. If he is unable to invoke Article 50 and start the process now, the only reason is because he has absolutely no intention of doing so period.

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

          In short, vote UKIP :-)

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          • ¶Ⓢⓒⓗⓡöⓓⓘⓝⓖⓔⓡ'ⓢ Ⓒⓐⓣ says:

            What should we do with all those dead Ecoloons?

            Do we have to get permission to burn the bodies? Is there a carbon credit required? :-)

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

            Chuck ‘em in the furnace of a coal fired power station.

            After all the bodies could be an environmental health hazard.

            Waste not want not :-)

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          • Vote UKIP get milliband says:

            .

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        • 51
          ¶Ⓢⓒⓗⓡöⓓⓘⓝⓖⓔⓡ'ⓢ Ⓒⓐⓣ says:

          Agree completely.

          The only practical purpose of a referendum is to box the politicos in. If they then go against that then one can morally justify digging up paving slabs and tossing them at the HoC. :-)

          Come the revolution!

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          • Casual Observer 3 says:

            It would give demos to the decision and also open up legitimate debate.

            My personal view is that the involvement of the UK in European Federal Union as it is currently progressing is not in the long term interests of the UK, and certainly not in the interests of the people.

            This is primarily because the EU on its current foundation (Treaty of Rome) has no agreed constitution or demos at the executive level.

            The Federal political entity which is being forged by treaty is fundamentally flawed. Being involved in such a system is not in the interests of any member states, except those who are receiving inward investment. When this investment ends their political position will change and they will end up leaving or working against the interests of others.

            UKIP have and will continue to open that debate.

            The rational reason for the UK to exit, if this does cause the EU to collapse, is to reset the approach to Federal Union.

            The EU has proved that it is not possible to evolve a Federal Union from a trade agreement. (This has big implications for N’AFTA)

            The question should be put to the people if they wish to join a Federal Union and adopt a new common European constitution and live by this. Being pushed into a flawed system which is not in their interests by an elite which is privately profiting from the arrangement is not acceptable.

            To get this: Vote UKIP.

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          • ¶Ⓢⓒⓗⓡöⓓⓘⓝⓖⓔⓡ'ⓢ Ⓒⓐⓣ says:

            Where to begin?

            The EEC, as the EU was prior to the Maastricht Treaty, was not perfect but one which I could consider reverting to, in respect of at least its first pillar. Having one home on one of the member state’s borders from which I can walk across the river and be in another member state’s territory in five minutes from my front door, I can see that economic cooperation is beneficial in all sorts of ways which could not be experienced as easily in Britain. Economic activity is the best antidote to war and I have another place in lands which were involved in strife under two decades ago. We do not want to go back there. As you so correctly point out though, to shoehorn a political entity out of an economic agreement was sheer nonsense. Nonsense on stilts. To use the stop-all-wars argument to support it is just plain wrong, a non-sequitur. But they do.

            This becomes clearer when it is seen that votes depend on bribes. On bribes to the public, there is a process of Kanalizacija here, all paid for by the EU, to get people to vote a certain way in a recent referendum. Ironically, it won’t affect me as I am 200 metres away from the nearest point so maybe that is penance for my Euroscepticism! :-) On bribes to the elected/non-elected: The pay and expenses of the Platonic aristocracy of acolytes, commissars and fonctionnaires are already well documented.

            So back to demos. If we leave out Marx’s distortions of what this entails, it is surely true to say that the nature of the polis has changed considerably in our times. One could use a Hegelian (unity and concrete moral identity) or even an Aristotelian (polis is the highest form of community) viewpoint and extract something rather different from it to take into account that, like it or not, our old borders are never going to be as clear-cut as they were before e.g. I still vote in UK elections.

            So this is not just woolly claptrap. I could personally guide you to a place where I can get from Germany into Switzerland without encountering any immigration presence at all. The same applies to Eire/UK. So although I am now a UKIP supporter, I am not calling for fortress Britain and it would be impossible anyway. We have to be realistic and surely we are doing this because we want more freedom, not less?

            We cannot ignore the fact that the USA came together as a federation, via a confederation, from more disparate groups than we have in the UK today. Neither can we dismiss the probability that Europe will follow that trend in its own peculiar and inefficient way.

            Does the polis shape the demos or can it happen in reverse too? For example, look at synoecism in ancient Greece or Rome.

            Agree though that more demos via referenda seems the only way to go.

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          • Casual Observer 3 says:

            The Federal US came together under a constitution. This is the bedrock upon which the rest is forged. The Federal Union emerged after the civil war defeated the Confederate south.

            Anyone can wander across a border where it is not policed unnoticed. There is a very healthy global trade in smuggling which exploits this every day. The customs union simply removes the incentives for using these means, and reduces costs to government and business to do legal cross border trade.

            However, the open borders do make easier certain illegal trade, in particular people trafficking.

            My real point is that the EU is proving that a political union cannot be forged from a customs union. This is not arguing against the customs union. It is also proving that treaty modification cannot create political union, for which a common agreed constitution is required.

            The reason the UK needs to be careful with its borders is because without clear political union and agreement, other member states cannot be trusted to do their part on their side of the border shared with the UK. This will not be apparent between say G’ermany and A’ustria as there will be consensus between the two.

            I raised N’AFTA as one of the longer term goals of this appears to be to form a political union encompassing C’anada, US, Central and Southern A’merica as a single political union. It is starting out as a trade agreement as the custom’s union of the EU did.

            The issue of being able to cross a frontier easily is very much separate to the issue of mutually sharing common political thought and values with the people on the other side of that frontier.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Fuck off back to the war place.

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          • ¶Ⓢⓒⓗⓡöⓓⓘⓝⓖⓔⓡ'ⓢ Ⓒⓐⓣ says:

            Accept your main point, as stated before, and indeed the rest of it in principle.

            The Constitution is a bedrock though capable of being modified by Amendments. The theory is sound.

            Practice is sometimes rather different. NSA surveillance programs are an example. The concept of borders has similar practical difficulties arising partly out of the way life develops. The Amendments recognise that life does develop, sometimes in a way that the original drafters could not have foreseen.

            When theory gets too far out of line with practice, difficulties arise. The solution historically has been worked out from the ground rather than from the words, when push comes to shove.

            The Americans gave us the term pragmatism, after all!

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          • Casual Observer 3 says:

            A constitution can be modified, but cannot be made out of anything else. It starts out as and remains a constitution.

            I should have mentioned above, to get the fundamental point across:

            If walk across the border from Michigan into Ohio, the people will meet will be thinking the same way as those in Mich!gan.

            If I cross the border from Michigan into Ontar!o, I am dealing with very different people who think differently.

            In Europe, if I cross from France to G’ermany, I am dealing with people who fundamentally and value in different ways.

            For the NSA surveillance: The WWW was constructed explicitly without ‘borders’ being designed in. All of the security and so forth has been bolted on to the original design, which is why they do not work properly.

            At a high level, this is a design objective of the technology. It is meant to remain operational even in the event of nuclear war: Locked doors would defeat that objective.

            On the other hand governments miscalculated the benefits of double edged sword of free flowing information and the benefits for infiltration. The same applies to physical borders.

            S’nowden perhaps signaled the end of the free WWW as we knew it.

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          • ¶Ⓢⓒⓗⓡöⓓⓘⓝⓖⓔⓡ'ⓢ Ⓒⓐⓣ says:

            Very interesting what you say. Thank you for the insight.

            I will confine myself to one point of issue:

            In Europe, if I cross from France to G’ermany, I am dealing with people who fundamentally [think?] and value in different ways.

            If I have not interpreted the missing word properly, forgive me but I do not think it will alter my argument.

            If you had said governments think…, I would have agreed.

            But you said people. You will probably know that I emigrated from the UK in 2007. I spend much of my time in a place which attracts millions of visitors from European countries north of the Alps. I meet many of them, invite them to my home, some stay with me, I stay with some of them in their own countries. I know many more people in Europe than I knew before I left in the UK (where I was also not short of contact.)

            When I emigrated, I was concerned that I would find that the culturally based differences to which you seem to refer would be problematic to some degree. Instead I believe I have found there is so much more we have in common than where we differ. Yet so many of these peoples’ parents fought our parents in the WW2.

            The fault line is no longer across nations. It is between those who independently wish to make life good for themselves and their families, on the one hand, and those who expect the state to look after them, on the other.

            That is the same in Germany, Austria, Netherlands, Slovenia, Croatia and even UK, USA and Canada.

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          • Casual Observer 3 says:

            You got the word correctly – I should proof read more closely before posting ;-)

            I get where you are coming from on your personal experience, and share much the same myself.

            However, there are more than one of those people that make up the country and indeed the government of that country.

            It doesn’t matter how friendly one is with someone of another culture. If their government decides to act contrary to your interests that that person and those people become liabilities to your interest.

            This is not to sew seeds of division, it is just a fact of life.

            One can even now envisage F’rance passing a law or acting in a way contrary to G’erman interests and vice versa. Unlikely ?

            Well, Spa!n is doing that right now with the UK over G!braltar.

            This will not be readily found between US states, as those in the US are bonded by a common constitution which trumps all other concerns. Absent this in Europe, there is no such consensus between governments or peoples.

            The fault lines remain, but have been well hidden, not removed. It does not take much to reopen them.

            This is the realpolitic of modern day Europe.

            Ever wonder why the US / NATO maintains its massive and expensive troop deployment in Europe to ensure that the peace is kept ? Y’ugoslav!a was very peaceful as well, until the underlying governments began making pronouncements on behalf of their peoples which broke communities that had been apparently harmonious for generations.
            ;-)

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          • Point taken but enjoyed teasing the debate out.

            I am still of the opinion that the governments need controlling more than the people do, as no doubt you agree. :-)

            All the more reason to Vote UKIP! :-D

            [In celebration of which I restore to my usual sobriquet!]

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        • 131
          REALWORLDER says:

          ARTICLE 50is a crock of shit, if a referendum took the UK out of the clutches of the EU then that is it, we need not listen to Barroso ,van Rumpoy, Merkel,Hollonde or any of our own quislings.
          A simple act of Parliament would be enough.

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          • Vote freedom, vote UKIP says:

            Just stop implementing their legislation and giving them our money, is all that is really required.

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          • enough is enough says:

            Agreed.
            The British public are fed up with paying a ridiculous sum of
            money for the privilege of foreigners ordering us to do things that
            are against our national interest.

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    P l e b says:

    20 evidence based reasons why Jeremy Hunt should be sacked, and then prosecuted.

    http://www.greenbenchesuk.com/2013/10/20-evidence-based-reasons-why-jeremy.html

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    • 27
      Anonymous says:

      Hunt is merely a lackey of corporate power, like the rest of government, his function to prepare the ground for privatisation, whether it be the BBC or the NHS. He was effectively caught red handed acting as Murdoch’s creature in government, and everybody knows it. He abused his office as an elected representative on behalf of NewsCorp. The fact that he was promoted to Health Secretary on the back of his record is all the evidence anyone needs that this ruling elite is utterly impervious to ethics. It is rotten to the core – corrupt, deceitful and incompetent.

      Most of government today amounts to a treasonous collusion with corporate power against the interests of its electorate. What else is the policy of rescuing the banks whilst we pay for the bail out? We have government that spies on and lies to its people consistently in the interests of the financial elite that our governing elite serves. We have revelation after revelation to prove it. The sooner this lot falls apart the better. Any social contract that existed is already broken. We need a reckoning, soon.

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      • 69
        Luke Turner says:

        Oh Happy Days: A Personal Recollection Of Working For Jeremy Hunt

        http://thequietus.com/articles/08944-jeremy-hunt-levenson-enquiry-hotcourses

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        • 181
          Casual Observer 3 says:

          The words of a lefty bed wetter who would equally not survive in the private sector very long.

          It is good to see that Hunt is running his companies properly, and not as public sector holiday camps. The distinction drawn against the ‘Oxbridge’ staff fails to recognize that the real difference between them and the rest is that they deliver.

          So, why are the left pumping out prose which is designed to encourage people to not strive, and why do they wish to see Oxbridge staff drop to their common denominator level, rather than be regarded as role models to which staff should perhaps emulate ?

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          • Anonymous says:

            Labour want the plebs to think living as they do is acceptable so they dont start thinking for themselves.How unlike the home life of the dear Labour party leader, sitting at the feet of leading academics, politicians, and writers all his life.

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      • 134
        REALWORLDER says:

        The only hope for the NHS is root and branch privatisation

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      • 217
        Anonymous says:

        Its strange that Andy Burnham seems to sail on regardless, after Stafford, a normal party would have sacked him.

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        • 285
          REALWORLDER says:

          Burnham, for some reason got an easy ride from the tories over Stafford NHS,they were even apologising on behalf of the government, they should have gone for the jugular on this one, they only have themselves to blame!

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    • 30
      Pablo Luis says:

      Jeremy Hunt is getting into trouble again. He, in his arrogance, has learnt no lesson

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    • 178
      Casual Observer 3 says:

      Dr E’oin C’larke has been discredited. Even if he is right, he is wrong.

      http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/damianthompson/100194054/another-glorious-apology-from-dr-eoin-clarke/

      He is the McBride of the NHS.

      Recall this blog on the matter of this ‘Dr’ of feminism:

      h**p://order-order.com/2013/07/30/fake-dr-eoin-clarke-to-eat-his-words/

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    • 325
      Vote UKIP get milliband says:

      Fuck off pleb when they put Burnham or even Blair in a court then I might bother to read the link

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  8. 26
    Oirish says:

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  9. 32
    Lefty publishes picture of Papa Ed's grave...Silence. says:

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  10. 33
    &nbsp says:

    Newcastle United should get rid of their sponsor: WONGA.
    The amiable old women cartoon ads for this wretched company should be banned by the ASA and any resultant modified ones refused by commercial TV

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    • 52
      The EU is croques (de merde) monsieur says:

      Why don’t these idiots stop using Wonga then? It is not as if it is forced on them like the BBC telly tax.

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      • 59
        The EU is croques (de merde) monsieur says:

        Oh and here’s another thought. If people didn’t pay the telly tax they would have more money in their pockets so wouldn’t need to borrow as much. But that’s all bullshit because as we all know they would spend more and borrow just as much because they are greedy and stupid with money.

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      • 225
        REALWORLDER says:

        These idiots probably use WONGA to buy their season tickets.

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  11. 35
    Casual Observer 3 says:

    There appears to be a common thread affecting much of UK public life at present. That thread is the 2003 !raq War.

    Dave’s continuing mantra of: ‘We’re all in it together’ is directed at the establishment, not the public. So why is he continuing to utter this, and why is his message failing ?

    The H’utton I’nquiry, rightly and widely regarded by many as a ‘whitewash’ appears to have singularly failed to draw the line. That line being under the divisions which emerged in the establishment over !raq.

    The Inquiry’s credibility was destroyed when no WMD were found in !raq by the UN weapons inspectors. This has been observed by both the public and more importantly the establishment, who realize that their own credibility with the public is fully under question on this issue.

    Hutton’s findings compromised the BBC’s ability to do investigative journalism by ascribing blame for Dr K’elly’s death to the BBC’s reporting of material it sourced from Dr K’elly.

    The subsequent resignations of Dyke, Davies and indeed G!lligan himself further compromised the BBC’s credibility. The subsequent and noticeable drop in reporting standards and breach of trust has resulted in many people questioning their consensus reason for funding the BBC through the license fee.

    (The later Savile and executive pay revelations on top of this are proving fatal.)

    The more serious problems are the fractures remaining in the establishment.

    These will only be healed once the key actors have been held to account. However, this justice they cannot afford to be performed in public. Part of Hutton was to ensure that the brining of such matters into the public eye was not repeated.

    Regulation of the press appears to be in part a move to suppress further open infighting from the public consciousness.

    If the key actors, in particular C’ampbell and S’carlett are not held to account then the damage caused will not be healed. The divisions within the establishment stemming from !raq have been fundamentally responsible for the damage inflicted upon the country from 2004.

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    • 64
      Tony Blair says:

      Where shall I travel in my pimped up black ‘n’ gold private jet to do some business today?…Kazakhstan or Israel?

      I’ll toss a coin.

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    • 120
      The evidence which dares not speak its name says:

      Well said, it is the phrase ‘beyond doubt’ uttered by Blair to Parliament which is delaying Chilcot. This phrase is the smoking gun and damns them.

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  12. 38
    Tachybaptus says:

    Afriye’s loyal to Cameron but thinks his leader is lying?

    How could he ever think that Dave Cameron would lie to the electorate in order to gain a political advantage? I am shocked.

    Both Dave and Nick are the two most honest and hard working leaders the UK has ever had and a member of their own party does not know that? Wow!

    Kick him out of the Party Dave! Go on! Boot him out the disloyal little upstart

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    • 42
      Tory voter says:

      I don’t think it matters when we have a referendum The ‘yes to stay in’ votes will win. I simply don’t see the voters electing to leave the protection afforded by membership of the largest global economic force.

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      • 61
        Don't be Vague says:

        Your tablets just aren’t working, are they ?

        Haven’t you learnt yet ? You’re supposed to swallow, not spit.

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      • 62
        The EU is croques (de merde) monsieur says:

        If Cameron won the election and if he honoured his latest cast-iron guarantee next time he would lie through his teeth, as did Blair/Brown and those before him that he had got good deal out of the EU and the Liblabcon sheep would vote yes to stay in because they are as thick as pigshit.

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      • 76
        Sane Person says:

        ‘Protection’???? Quite Hilarious!!!!

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      • 80
        Dave, Nick & Ed says:

        We agree with each other.

        The public will vote to stay in the EU because we will ask a loaded question and the full force of the establishment will be behind the vote.

        It’ll either be so vague that people won’t be sure they are voting to stay in the EU, or so bleak and stark that they will be frightened off.

        “Do you want a third world war resulting in a nuclear holocaust?”

        No = we want to stay in EU.

        And the Eu will play their part, with threats of isolation which will be backed up by our lot.

        No doubt the yanks will stick an oar in too.

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        • 153
          Nige and Ed says:

          Vote Ukip for more EU integration.

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        • 241
          Anonymous says:

          To be honest i would prefer to stay in the Eu, to having Nigel erratically agreeing to us trading with random other countries.ukip dont have the experience or top quality candidates to do anything but sit on local councils.

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          • REALWORLDER says:

            They have no experience in the betrayal of our country , giving away the fishing industry, grovelling to the European court ,selling our gold reserves at great loss to prop up the EURO,running up public debts of £1 trillion ,embarking on useless wars in the Middle east, and causing mass third world immigration.

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          • How to p!ss off CCHQ says:

            Vote Conservative, Get Lib Dem !

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    • 308
      The real Tаchybаptus says:

      The comment above is, of course, from the pathetic Tаchybаptus sockpuppet. Guido has also blocked me from using my own name, while allowing this cretin to comment unhindered. So I am reluctantly abandoning the moniker until this sad little creature shuts up. Any further posts carrying the name Tаchybаptus will, therefore, be fakes.

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      • 479
        Anonymous says:

        REAL WORLDER.You do realise that ukip have several MEP`s dont you? Why arent they doing something to change the EU ? they dont mind troughing massive salaries and expenses from them !

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        • 481
          How to p!ss off CCHQ says:

          You did mean to reply above, didn’t you ?

          Vote UKIP.

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        • 551
          REALWORLDER says:

          The LibDems Cons and Labour always vote for uncritically for every EU proposal no matter how damaging to British interests.
          As for the salaries they are no more massive than any other in Brussels,they are deliberately high in order to maintain a grateful, compliant parliament and bureaucracy .

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  13. 45
    ¶Ⓢⓒⓗⓡöⓓⓘⓝⓖⓔⓡ'ⓢ Ⓒⓐⓣ says:

    @Ailurophile

    Yes! I have been to Limerick and pretty well all over! (I have also kissed the Blarney Stone which, even as a former skeptik, I did – so I would not have to back in case I reKanted! :-))

    Fuck the Gadarene fuckpigs of multiplicity and vote UKIP! :-)

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  14. 46
    Where are Tony Blair's expenses says:

    Pienaar on 5 Live this morning still bleating on about Miliband’s dad – forgot to mention he was a marxist and supporter of Stalin. Also forgot to mention that picture of Miliband with the Thatcher grave dancer or that he used a legal loophole to avoid inheritance tax or that Saint Justine makes £250k a year as a lawyer specialising in the envirnmental laws he husband brough in.

    Miliband familiy man – did he put his name on hos own son’s birth certificate? how very metropolitan

    No mention on the BBC website about BBC bullying and senior managers asking for sex in exchange for promotion highlighted in a report issued by the NUJ

    NO mention that one in ten council houses is being allocated to immigrant families

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  15. 49
    Not a swivel-eyed loon says:

    Afriyie is right. We do need a referendum before the next election so each party can set out their policies. I would vote to stay in and I hope labour support this motions now. It’s in all are interest. Leaving it for another four years is just plain stupid. Who want to invest when that in the air. Go for it Ed. Think we should have a referendum on all types of policy, ,NHS, Post Office, Rail, Energy and our economic goals. Borrow to build lots of Council houses that are never to be sold

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    • 55
      I want to believe IDS says:

      I don’t care about the timing of the referendum, I would just like to see Cameron flushed out over what he is actually planning to renegotiate. Because that’s the point the Tory truce will break down

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    • 57
      EU NOT an issue that will decide 2015 election says:

      Sorry no can do…..2014 is set aside for referendum on Scottish Independence and 2015 for voting Cameron out

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      • 214
        Matilda says:

        Are you implying that our Scottish brethren are incapable of managing 2 referendums in the space of 9 months? Their ref has nothing to do with the English and I really do think that they will all be able to get out of bed to vote on each occasion. This bollocks on the refs being held too close together is just that – unadulterated bollocks.

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    • 63
      adam's temptation says:

      with that sort of rationale you better stick to voting on x factor … afriyie is a lightweight smarmy tanned opportunist whos going nowhere

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    • 66
      Ned Millibrain says:

      Policies ?
      Policies ???
      My Daddy never said anything about needing policies.

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      • 75
        Labour...mendacious expedient sociopaths says:

        medhi can always remind you what your dad thought said and wrote ed

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    • 85
      Watcher says:

      You write like a foreigner. From whence have you emanated?

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    • 103
      Living in 98.221% white Merseyside says:

      If this Mr Afriyie keeps on like this, getting way above his station, he is going to end up like Chuka.

      Perhaps Chuka’s his inspiration.

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  16. 70
    Casual Observer 3 says:

    Godfrey Bloom is responding to questions about UKIP using terms ‘we’, ‘our’…

    Really undermining Neil’s attempt to sew the seeds of division :-)

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  17. 74
    Thames Dover Wight says:

    Why do these little Europeans still keep on about how harmful it will be to the UK when we leave, go and read the EU Referendum blog and see how much BS is shat out from Bruxels.
    The eu is a spent force in the world all trading regs come from UN agreements anyway. EU GDP falling.
    Get over it all you little Europeans there’s a world beyond.

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    • 104
      Nick, Dave & Ed says:

      In the future your children will need EU membership to get jobs as waiters , shoe-shiners and deck-hands to serve my children in Tuscany and St Tropez

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      • 119
        Thames Dover Wight says:

        Nick Dave & Ed and me drink in different pubs together and the other night when we were out for a pint I told them my kids have pissed off to the new world for employment.

        They fly back occasionally just to laugh at the mess in Europe much to the disgust of our commissars in UK.

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        • 349
          Nick, Dave and Ed says:

          Urgh. One of those hideously white countries, no doubt.

          Your descendants won’t be allowed back into the EU and we’ll impose tariffs to stop their trade

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    • 456
      Anonymous says:

      All institutions that have no random input (aka voting) will die after the approximately the same length of time.

      First we have the moulders that create the future, but this is a life’s work, and eventually they get too old.

      Then come their protégés that continue the work.

      Protégés by definition are followers, and never have any followers themselves. Who would follow a follower?

      So the final act is by always the corrupt exploiters.

      Time to shut the EU down.

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    • 459
      Eco-gnomyst says:

      “Why do these little Europeans still keep on about how harmful it will be to the UK when we leave”

      They want our money, that’s all.

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  18. 79
    The British media are cunts says:

    The problem with a referendum next year is the smelly socks will be allowed to vote and we know they want in on the EU. So England might end up being kept in by the usual block jock cuunts vote.

    We need to get rid of them first.

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    • 99
      Nick, Dave & Ed says:

      Also all foreign EU citizens who live in England will vote for us.

      Don’t worry, you’ll get your vote when we’ve got the sums sorted out.

      Hmm, but which of us will be EU president? That’s going to be the *real* fight

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    • 122
      Irony watch says:

      You dont get the irony of going on about Ralph miliband hating Britain when its clearly folk like you. Your hatred for sections of the UK is proof of this. How about this for a headline ‘The bigoted prick behind the moniker British media are c unts hates Britain’

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      • 140
        M103 says:

        Order-order is a virtual asylum. Didn’t you know?

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        • 215
          The Wild Colonial Boy says:

          Yes, an asylum for right thinkers and true patriots, who seek refuge in a crazy world.

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        • 218
          Burgers are bad for you says:

          Maybe so – but Militwit needs to be confined in a real asylum before he does too much more damage to the country.

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      • 461
        Historian says:

        You are the sort of fascist idiot who would declaim against the Greek partisans who fought Hitler because they didn’t want German occupation of Greece.

        ..or against the French resistance

        ..or against the Norwegian resistance

        ..or against the etc. resistance

        It is natural, obvious and right that people defend their country against invasion.

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    • 136
      REALWORLDER says:

      Well said

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      • 266
        Anonymous says:

        Can you imagine what the worlds press have made of all this with Ed ? newsreel clips of him banging on about his Dad and 300 dead in Italy, side by side !

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        • 286
          Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

          Blame the BBC. They have given it 24-hour publicity on BBC News 24 and BBC Five Labour for the last week, as well as every BBC TV current affairs programme and every radio news bulletin. Blame the BBC, no-one else.

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          • Anonymous says:

            I think i heard that there have been a lot of complaints about the coverage, so far (as usual) the BBC spokesperson is brazening it out, saying it was proportionate.That says it all really, they are on a different planet to the rest of us.

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  19. 82
    The EU is croques (de merde) monsieur says:

    We will have loth of polithies when I become PM. Thtate polith, Stasi polith, Gestapo polith. It ith what the left doth.

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    • 83
      Ed the Red says:

      Thit, I put down the wrong name.

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      • 86
        Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

        It may be a Freudian slip.

        There is no way that Labour can maintain its no stance on EU referendum.

        If they do, they will lose a lot of seats to UKIP.

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        • 254
          UkipLab says:

          Ukip is a party of the hard right which cannot and will not win a single seat in 2015, or 2020 for that matter. Polling consistently shows the party takes a disproportionate slice of the Tory vote and very little from Labour.

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        • 492
          Nogbad the Bad says:

          Notice how Ed Milliband stresses that it is “not the right time for a referendum”, thus maintaining the option of offering a referendum when he thinks the time is right, which coincidently will be in the run up to the 2015 election. Has he ever said that he will never offer a referendum?

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      • 465
        The Red Polith (thee Plebgate) says:

        It’th an eathy mithtake to make!

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    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

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  21. 88
    Living in 98.221% white Merseyside says:

    I don’t read the Sun but if it came to a choice between it the DM to cut up for bathroom tissues I would choose the former!

    Seems the DM has overtaken the Current Bun for notoriety and trash,

    Still, there will always be Page Three if they still have it.

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  22. 105
    MarxistWatch says:

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    • 110
      The Flying Spaghetti Machine says:

      That’s just creepy.

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    • 112
      The British media are cunts says:

      No you’re hated for being a fat socialist.

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    • 116
      Living in 98.221% white Merseyside says:

      Was Melanie there? The Mail hates me because I’m a ***ess.

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    • 118
      The Left Hate me because I question the BBC says:

      With a belly like that your blood pressure is already high and I hope the Daily Mail raises it even more so that cardiac nature takes its course.

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    • 151
      Casual Observer 3 says:

      Why is the guy wearing a yellow star ?

      Ralph (Adolphe) would not have worn one. These became mandatory in Belgium in May 1942. Ralph came to the UK in May 1940, about the time G’ermany invaded B’elgium. (The B’elgian government fled to B’ordeaux, and then to L’ondon in October 1940)

      The Yellow Star in Belgium would have had only a single ‘J’ in the center. The ‘Jude’ badgers were issued in G’ermany itself.

      The badge should be worn on the left side of the breast as well as on the back.

      Other than this being inaccurate, and has nothing to do with Ralph’s stated hatred of England,

      It should be noted that the yellow star campaign served to increase public sympathy and support for the J’ews under N’azi rule as it made the public aware that a distinct section of society was being oppressed. This was counter to the desired outcome of the labeling, and the post war propaganda claims.

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      • 152
        Casual Observer 3 says:

        Badges not badgers by the way.

        (Not to confuse Dave’s badger cull with the shoah…)

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        • 163
          Ed Miliband the Vacuum Inhaler says:

          must have been a slip of the cosh CO3

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          • Casual Observer 3 says:

            Just a bit irritated at where the left are trying to take this, as genuine survivors perhaps would be.

            If they wanted to make the point properly they should have used a red inverted triangle on top of a yellow one.

            That was the symbol of a J’ewish political prisoner in the camps to which they are alluding. (?!?)

            These again would have been mainly worn on the left breast, not the right as in the picture.

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      • 251
        JadedJean says:

        Is there a case to be made that historical forms of identifying dress (hats and badges) served at one time just a public identity card highlighting those not subject to and not conforming to the ruling status quo? By that I simply mean that in a predominantly Catholic (Christian) economic system which proscribed usury, those whose laws did not proscribe usury between its members and those of the out-group needed to clearly identify themselves as money-lenders who were not breaking the law as they were not subject to the same laws which governed everyone else. Anyone making out that such people were being persecuted or discriminated against would have misunderstood what the rules of the system were at the time, and anyone trying to undermine the rules or operate without giving a clear signal of their group membership and privileged positions, would have been treated as subversives if not criminals would they not?.

        Lots of people have a hard time with these complex issues – different sects have different “religious” (political really) rules of conduct with codes which clash.

        h**p://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J*wish_hat

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        • 258
          Casual Observer 3 says:

          Such ‘traditional’ dress is a means for people to make a statement which communicates their tribal identity.

          Contrast religious dress codes with for example the differing color codes of the bloods and the crips, or indeed the rosette of a candidate.

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    • 201
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

      Lose some weight and get a fuckin’ job!

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    • 219
      Porker Pie says:

      What is the the collective noun for “bellends”?

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    • 309
      A bun in t'oven says:

      Is he preggers?

      He could apply to be an MP in one of Hattie’s all-wimmin-only-eligible (cept for Jack) seats.

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  23. 106
    Count, from Sesame street says:

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  24. 117
    Lord Rothermere says:

    Sieg heil, mein führer!

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  25. 121
    Andy Burnham, Mass Murderer says:

    I’m putting the vice back into National Health Service.

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    Vote Tory - get Roma says:

    Coming to a cinema near you.

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  28. 144
    M103 says:

    While we’re at it, can we have a referendum on our unelected Head of State and our unelected upper house?

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    • 226
      Burgers are bad for you says:

      That sentiment won’t go down well in your Essex village. Maybe the loyalist will get round to stringing you up to the nearest tree.

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      • 233
        Buggers are bad for you says:

        Essex men and Essex women are loyal English people with sound, traditional opinions.

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  29. 146
    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    The in/out referendum’s never going to happen, especially so late in the electoral cycle. In any case, the Tories will be too busy with their smear campaign against Ed Miliband to bother about referenda

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    • 154
      ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

      I agree.

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    • 158
      Hopeless Ed Miliband says:

      Smear? Ooh, I hope not. The last time someone smeared me was when Fatty Watson, Big Len and the rest of Ed B’s gang cornered me in the HoC toilets. Since then I’ve decided it’s best just to do whatever Big Len says.

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    • 175
      Casual Observer 3 says:

      It’s not a smear when it is the truth.

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  30. 147
    Lord Rothermere says:

    Vote Oswald Moseley. Schnell!

    Like

  31. 148
    Andy Burnham says:

    I’m just like James Bond. I too had a licence to kill.

    Like

  32. 156
    Twats on a rope says:

    Well done Russia, charging those tedious Greenpeace wankers. Here they can disrupt airports, power stations and all sort of commercial life at a whim.
    Give them ten years in jail.

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    • 170
      Anonymous says:

      Give ‘em twenty

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      • 184
        Russ!an Bear says:

        Sleep deprive them with p’ussy riot music as well !

        Like

        • 212
          Blue Peter Goldfish says:

          Twenty years of living next to Pussy Riots cell could seriously damage your sanity.

          Like

      • 289
        Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

        Are the British taxpayers going to be forced to pay their legal fees? Is the Foreign Office going to be forced to waste personnel and resources assisting these criminals?

        Like

    • 176
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      If they had done some research before hand they would have understood that the Russians do not (especially under Putin) follow the politically correct agenda of others.

      Like

      • 188
        REALWORLDER says:

        Contrast the proper response of the Russian warship to the weak limp wrested response of the NATO whimps . Luckily it wasn’t a ROYAL NAVY vessel or they would have been instructed to surrender to the pirates .

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        • 469
          Nelson rotating in his grave says:

          The Royal Navy, under present command, would have first burst into tears after being boarded and forced into handing over their iPods.

          Like

      • 231
        Sir William Waid says:

        The Seychelles Defence Force also adopts the shortest way with pirates, to its great credit; and it only has two boats.

        Like

        • 248
          Blue Peter Goldfish says:

          Which begs the question; why are Somali Pirates allowed to terrorise the seas using nothing more than a few AK 47’s in 30 ft wooden boats?, Captain Hornblower would give them a broadside.

          Like

  33. 160
    RED, RED WHINE says:

    Great to see the Adolphe Ralph Millionaireband ‘story’ going on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on…..

    Like

  34. 162
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

    WHAT WILL LIBDEM POLITICIANS LIKE KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES’ DEREK OSBOURNE DO NOW ??

    Like

    • 173
      Casual Observer 3 says:

      So, you are not blocking the ones you know about, or are you in partnership with the ones which you are ? (Like operation O’re honey trap)

      What about the sites which you don’t know about ?

      Propaganda fail.

      Like

  35. 165
    Was it because the kid was crying says:

    It seems that Liverpool people have no sense of humour.

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    • 185
      Alfie Asbo, typical Labour supporter, says:

      “”Part of it [tackling the cost of living crisis] it is about dealing with this issue of overcharging and rip-offs.”

      Well my local boozer right charges a rip off £4 right for a pint of Guinness right and I reckon that’s a big rip off right coz when I’ve spent all me bennies on vodka, baccy and chips right I can’t afford to buy no Guinness in me boozer right so that’s a well big rip off right and I’m well looking forward to Ed Miliband fixing this cost of living crisis that I’m having and that by reducing the price of Guinness to about 20p a pint and that.

      Like

  37. 179
    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    The Daily Mail has a circulation of 1,991,275 (April, Wikipedia).

    Clearly there is a ‘market’ for low brow hate campaigns against anyone deemed to be unworthy in the eyes of the proprietors.

    We can lambast the Mail and I utterly despise it – but what does it say about our society that a shade under two million people still pay for it week in week out?

    The Mail may be the head of the zit but the real ugliness seems to be deep under the skin of the British right-wing psyche – or is there some other explanation for its continued success?

    Like

    • 182
      Fly in the ointment says:

      You are aware that the real M’ussa K’ussa funded Sarkozy’s re-election campaign in 2007 ?

      Like

    • 183
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      The Daily Mail has a circulation of 1,991,275 (April, Wikipedia). The Guardian (of British left-wing psyche)… cry your eyes out.

      Like

      • 191
        Minnie Skirt says:

        The best of it is that the Dail Heil hates Britain more than anyone. It thinks we’re all uneducated, feckless, immoral chavs. It will regularly complain about standards in education even though its website is riddled with spelling and grammatical errors. It isn’t even written for a UK audience, as it uses American phrases and spellings. It is anti-Europe because it is pro US interests. It hates all British institutions like the NHS and the BBC. It really is about time that someone sends a message to the Mail and the gullible masses who lap it up that enough is enough! I also noticed that today the Mail wa picking on the cost of educating disabled kids. Nasty paper for nasty people

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        • 198
          Blue Peter Goldfish says:

          I could post a similar diatribe against the loony luvvies of the Guardian, but peoples politics are their own affair if you believe in a democratic press, quite obvious Red Ed is determined to push this one as a cynical way to influence the Leveson debacle. You might not like it but I would still like to see some freedom of expression in print, spelling mistakes and americanisms are not yet a crime.

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          • Anon. says:

            Ooh! The Daily Mail is nasty to people! Let’s ban it, now!

            Get back to the Infants.

            Signed: A Daily Mail Reader.

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        • 235
          Curly says:

          The reason half the Mail writers are semi-literate is that most of them were “ejerkatid” following the ruination of our once excellent education system by idiot Labour politicians in the 1960s. Nothing very special about them. When was the last time you received a literate and understandable jargon-free letter from anyone in business or the civil service?

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        • 336
          Anonymous says:

          Naah Skirt, I don’t believe the Mail hates the likes of the NHS and BBC, but rather hates what those institutions have become due to those that have infiltrated and hijacked them.

          Like

        • 471
          yawn says:

          You *are* a feckless chav.

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    • 189
      Ed Miliband the Vacuum Inhaler says:

      lack of paywall means millions read it that probably wouldn’t buy it

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    • 190
      Yawn says:

      “low brow hate campaigns against anyone deemed to be unworthy in the eyes of the proprietors”

      Says the troll who continually launches low-brow hate campaigns against anyone he deems to be unworthy.

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    • 249
      Anonymous says:

      FFS, there has been one article about Ralph Milliband, a marxist LSE lecturer, in the Daily mail.For some reason his son has gone off on one because they said he hated England, he did say he wanted us to lose the Falklands war so he wasnt exactly a patriot whichever way you look at it.Shut up ED, you look a fool.

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      • 292
        Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

        +1000

        Miliband is a hypocrite of the highest order

        He had his picture taken with a Thatcher grave dancer

        He owes his family home to the fact that his family avoided inheritance taxes

        He worked with Damien MacBride for at least four years where smearing people was a normal work activity

        His wife makes £250k per annulment as a specialist lawyer dealing with environmental laws he introduced

        He wants to control energy prices that are 20% higher than they should be due to green taxes he introduced

        You will not see any of this in the BBC

        Hopefully someone is chasing down the e mails from Miliband to Draper referenced in Draper’s book

        Thank god for the Daily Mail and a free press

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  38. 192
    Labour says:

    When Ed gets in we need establish a Truth and Reconciliation Committee to reach out to the Mail’s Staff, its Victims and those among its readership ready to recant in public

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    • 236
      Head of Unite says:

      We have a large unit making the ducking stools now.

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    • 259
      Anonymous says:

      Im now being serious, after this weeks bonkers behaviour from Ed, im scared of him being PM.He is very unstable.

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      • 277
        Gordon Brown says:

        It didn’t stop me, and I saved the World and became acknowledged as the greatest Prime Minister ever to cross No 10’s threshold.

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      • 280
        Point of Information 7 says:

        Ed Miliband is clearly a sociopath. The most disturbing aspect of his behavior is that he tried making political points off of the criticism of his father.

        Another you should be equally worried about is the obviously emotionally distressed Mr Campbell. He really should take better care, and calm down before he burns out.

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  39. 193
    Adam Afriyie M.P. - Speaking for Britain says:

    You can’t trust Dave.

    We need a cast iron guarantee.

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  40. 195
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

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    • 337
      Vote UKIP get milliband says:

      A balanced BBC would have mentioned this. Not a peep tells you all you need to know

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      • 371
        Vote UKIP - don't get owned says:

        It’s not just the socialist worker. The Daily Mirror said that Thatcher fought against Britain. The BBC have never mentioned that. Hardly surprising.

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  41. 205
    Owen Jones says:

    I’m still waiting for the day that I will actually use x² + y +8 [(x + 2y ² = a-z] + 2x ³ + (- 2z = 2. 4) + 10y – 5Z ³= k= 9 in real life.

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  42. 216
    MB. says:

    Occurred to me yesterday, David Milliband seems to be keeping his head down as his brother wages war on the Mail.

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  43. 221
    Porker Pie says:

    I wonder which part of Britain Ralph Millband would have built his gullags?

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  44. 222
    Sun Reader says:

    BURP

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  45. 227
    Casual Observer 3 says:

    An observation about M’edhi H’asan on QT last week.

    The way he worked the obviously left-activist dominated audience may have slipped under the radar of many.

    Whilst !slamist and leftist in the UK are committed to fight against the interests of the UK, they are not strictly aligned.

    The capacity for the !slamist to command and lead leftist was clearly demonstrated on that show.

    The irony is that the left have been actively arguing against allowing authoritarian figures to rise to power in society since the end of WWII was concluded as they perceive such figures as being the gateway to fascism.

    They have blinded themselves to the fact such figures are really only capable of manipulating the weaker minded left into such acts, and now find themselves defending the very anathema they wished to see vanquished.

    History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce. To COIN a phrase ;-)

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    • 260
      ¶Ⓢⓒⓗⓡöⓓⓘⓝⓖⓔⓡ'ⓢ Ⓒⓐⓣ says:

      Taking that one step further, it seems to convey a gossamer of neutrality, the BBC must have let some non-lefties in, not many but some.

      Now consider the camera angle on that shot in the YouTube clip. It was set sideways so you could see everyone in the row, To a person they were all smiling and cheering him.

      Try and tell us that the camera man was not set up ready in place, by the director.

      Blatant!

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      • 276
        Casual Observer 3 says:

        Look again at the shot.

        Most were.

        There were a number who were not. Including the guy in the grey jumper who asked the UKIP question. He and the others were looking around with a somewhat incredulous expression saying: ‘WTF?’, as the penny dropped for them…

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        • 323
          ¶Ⓢⓒⓗⓡöⓓⓘⓝⓖⓔⓡ'ⓢ Ⓒⓐⓣ says:

          Fine! I am remembering it from a time distance. But we both agree with the grey jumper guy that this is a stitch up.

          Bugger it, I wasn’t going to look at it again (why raise the BP?) but now have, curse you! :-D

          The two closest audience members were youngish girls, not unattractive, who must have filled 25% of the screen i.e. you noticed them first! Their smiles were anticipatory and the second one was stealing glances at the camera. They were plants. The next guy (Muz?) was not smiling but applauding like an automaton. Plant! Three guys including grey jumper not reacting. A girl who was laughing almost hysterically (Plant or Pot?) and three more guys clapping, the last of which was a M. Plant, Plant, Plant!

          The overwhelming impression would not have been any different had they been told they had all won the Lottery jackpot!

          That is an odious, reptilian, barefaced BBC stitch up. The girls were clearly given seats there so they would dominate the shot. It was planned way beforehand with military style precision.

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    • 271
      Tony BENN'S will says:

      Have you seen the questions you have to answer to be in the question time audience,go to the web site and look…talk about selected audience. And years ago when the person in the audience asked the question they used to give their name and occupation,so you could understand their motivation. They have stopped all that so you can’t trace any plants!

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  46. 244
    Mehdi Hasan says:

    So 18 British Mosques agreed to perform underage marriage of unwilling girls (ITV). Let the fun begin.

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    • 283
      Cameron must crack down hard on this says:

      Religious leaders appeared willing to agree to perform underage marriages at some mosques across the UK, an ITV investigation has discovered.

      Two undercover reporters called 56 mosques for Exposure to ask whether they would perform the marriage of a 14-year-old girl.

      Two-thirds of those contacted refused to perform the marriage, and many of them made clear they found the request abhorrent. But 18 of the respondents spoken to agreed.

      An undercover reporter called the Al Quba Mosque and Shahporan Islamic centre, in Manchester, posing as a single mother who wanted to have an Islamic marriage, known as a nikah, for her 14-year-old daughter.

      The Imam at this mainstream mosque, with a congregation of one thousand, told her “that’s not going to be a problem”

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      • 287
        Casual Observer 3 says:

        This could be useful for turning the left against the !slamists, and splitting the left.

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        • 297
          P l e b says:

          What would Nigel do?

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          • Casual Observer 3 says:

            Not being Nigel, would not know. Perhaps good reason to get him on the debate with Ed, Dave and Nick so he can express his position when the question is posed.

            In all seriousness, whilst this is wrong, the reaction to it is far from obvious unless one is prepared to accept that UK cultural values and norms are paramount within the UK. Even if that is accepted, the way the state should respond to likely public outcry is not clear.

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          • A Brit Esq says:

            Well, it should be crystal clear – deport the effing lot of them! We do not need officially sanctioned foreign perversions in the midst of our society.

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  47. 247
    Karl Marx 1848 says:

    “there is only one way in which the murderous death agonies of the old society and the bloody birth throes of the new society can be shortened, simplified and concentrated, and that way is revolutionary terror.”

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  48. 250
    Mrs Kravat says:

    Can you imagine if twitter just decided to shut down and you see Owen Jones coming out of his house squinting at the sun?

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  49. 263
    Dave"The One Term Prime Minister" Cameron says:

    We are unable to add your comment at this time.

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  50. 272
    A Eagle says:

    Good turn out today in Manchester for anti Daily Mail Protest. #downwiththemail #babyfacedowen #mongsrule

    photo/1

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  51. 278
    Lord Rothermere says:

    Ja vol, mein führer! Juden ist verboten!

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  52. 293
    Anonymous says:

    I wonder how long this column will survive in The Sun. I presume Guido needs to bring over sufficient numbers of new subscribers to make him worthwhile.

    I just can’t see Guido readers doing that in sufficient numbers, far too bright to want to read that, just the wrong target audience.

    I give it a month.

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    • 294
      A Reader says:

      The Sun has upped its game a little. Worth the online subscription.

      Not just for Guido. When the Sun says, Vote UKIP, it should seal the deal.

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  53. 296
    C.untwatch says:

    “Tory MP Liam Fox claims 3p on expenses for 100-metre car journey”

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    • 299
      Anon says:

      Covering a distance of 100m cannot be described as a ‘journey’… except by a politician filling in an expenses form.

      Like

    • 301
      Oh Nan! says:

      Something for nothing culture, illustrated quite well really. Will there be a moratorium on the welfare scrounging of political elites?

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      • 306
        Tachybaptus says:

        Not like the good old days when you could get your moat cleaned on the taxpayer. Poor sods are reduced to claiming 3p at a time.

        No wonder this country is going to the dogs.

        ps – they always say that MPs should be paid a lot (+expenses) to recruit the ‘best’ people. Evidence?

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      • 307
        William Hag says:

        And don’t mention trimming Dave’s Wisteria or Gideon’s habit of flipping his house and buying a house and paddock at our expense. No wonder they keep comparing us to Greece

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        • 317
          Joe Public & will be Voting UKIP.ORG says:

          Good see that “Foxy3P” has given UKIP an open goal in North

          Somerset @ the early G*E, wonder if he will receive a big thank you

          card from some chap call Nigel………………

          Vote UKIP………and help to sweep this self serving stable clean of these

          Para*sites & Pim*ps who’s own blood sucking interests come first…..

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    • 315
      Rant says:

      What a tight arsed miserable excuse for a public representative. What a fool. What a crass twat. What a mean spirited self centred cretin. What a dump.
      What a Great Tory. What a Great Man. What an Example of Selflessness. What a Clock Watching Buffoon. What a badly behaved and selfish child. What a spider torturing wisp of nothing. What a pisspot. What a wankpot. What a Pot pot.
      Tight arsed, mean and selfish spirit.

      WTF! And this is a man? A Tory Man? A Penny is Mine Man? My Penny. My Penny.
      Give me My Penny! I Want My Penny.
      The Penny is Mine.
      Give me my Penny.

      Is this “man” asleep or something. Is this “man” real. I mean alive?

      Skid mark Penny Man. Piss stain Penny Man.
      Give me My Penny Man.
      Penny Man. Penny Man

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    • 354
      genghiz the kahn says:

      It is bullshit.

      There is a disused rail line between the factory & the surgery location. It is a drive of c. 3/4 mile. Pity that the Mail, BBC, Mirror, Guardian etc can’t read maps or use Google Earth.

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  54. 302
    Owen Jones says:

    Fuck this. I’m off to join to the Society of Black Lawyers.

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  55. 305
    Owen Jones says:

    Just ordered a delivery from Ed Miliband’s favourite Indian restaurant in Dartmouth Park (supposedly) for me and mum.

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  56. 310
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    That Liam Fox is a lazy fucking bastard.

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    • 313
      Just sayin' says:

      Durham County Council have a woman independent councillor who has not claimed one penny in travelling expenses for the last 5 years.
      She is the one who should be getting the publicity.
      Not this scumbag

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      • 355
        Joe Public & will be Voting UKIP.ORG says:

        Don’t say that in front of our self serving elected Para*sites, Pim*ps & Lee*ches
        as most of them would have heart attacks at the thought of not being able to screw the Tax Payers in any which way they can 24/7

        but of course they would seek Private Medical Health Care in the event of & fully chargeable to the Tax Payer who else ……

        How do these PPL’s manage to go to the toilet on there own…….
        without someone to wipe there fat arses…….????

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  57. 316
    Daisy Cutter says:

    I never understand why MPs need expenses. They all get good salaries and, according to Ian Duncan Smith, it’s possible to live on £53 per week, so therefore they don’t need expenses.

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  58. 326
    Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

    The criminal gangs are already in the UK and have been operating a while, which adds to Nigel’s point:

    The first step to closing down the gangs is to remove the shield of political correctness behind which they lurk.

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  59. 328
  60. 339
    Karl Marx 1848 says:

    The writer must earn money in order to be able to live and to write, but he must by no means live and write for the purpose of making money.

    ie. get a proper job Owen Jones

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    • 342
      bungo says:

      Huntryfile is a bit heavy on the lefty propganda this evening

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      • 344
        bungo says:

        Tax payer funded giant vegetables

        “If you are thinking of organising a food festival and are interested in applying for support, then you need to contact us at RA-MDU@wales.gsi.gov.uk. The process normally starts in November when food festivals are invited to submit applications for support. Grants may be awarded (if funding is available) to food and drink events which meet the Food Festival Funding Criteria. Applicants will normally know the level of support offered before the beginning of the financial year.”

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    • 346
      Bye bye Cameron says:

      Forced labour for anyone who can’t find a job or is too ill to work, thanks to the Tories.
      And evictions and homelessness for anyone who can’t pay the Bedroom Tax thanks to the Tories.
      And no hope for our youngsters, privatised health care, social security, education, and justice thanks to the Tories.
      And a tabloid and right wing media who demonise and vilify and escape censure thanks to the Tories.
      And increased police powers, increased surveillance, no access to legal aid, and “go home” racist vans on our streets thanks to the Tories.

      Bye bye Cameron

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  61. 340
    Doris Goldblatt says:

    Things I would have rather done today than attend a demo against a newspaper: trim Guido Fawkes’s toenails with my own teeth.

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  62. 348
    Guido Fawkes says:

    By the way, should I do HIGNFY next month? Seems like fun, but I’d rather be host, not guest.

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    • 357
      Elsie Beattie (83 and a quarter) says:

      Are they looking to recruit a personality-bypass casualty then, dear?

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      • 361
        Guido Fawkes says:

        Fortunately, mine was a complete success so I’m afraid you may be barking up the wrong tree there, Elsie.

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    • 366
      Joe Public & will be Voting UKIP.ORG says:

      Yes a very good idea for you to do HIGNFY especially if a certain Tory MP
      for North Somerset is on the panel as well !!!

      Thats my 3P’s worth !!!

      I wonder who will agree…….

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  63. 353
    It's never labours fault is it? says:

    Labour threatens to sue Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt over claims predecessor Andy Burnham covered-up NHS failures

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2446383/Labour-threatens-sue-Jeremy-Hunt-claims-predecessor-Andy-Burnham-covered-NHS-failures.html#ixzz2gxuR4msM
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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    • 363
      It's never labours fault is it? says:

      And of course the slant put on this by the BBC. Note there is no mention of the report that’s stated labour did cover up this and was furious when it came out

      Andy Burnham ‘will not accept cover-up slurs’, says Labour

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-24420739

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      • 370
        nellnewman says:

        pity andyburnham just doesn’t admit that hundreds died needlessly in the nhs on his watch – ‘ safe in our hands’ I don’t think so.

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      • 381
        nellnewman says:

        One of the only good things labour did was to bring in the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Data Protection Act 1998.

        They left themselves nowhere to hide!

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        • 445
          Pick litter for bennies says:

          Look forward to Burnham,Hewitt and Johnson under oath.Will not happen.Typical of Labour, bully your opponents until they shut up!.

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    • 558
      A Brit Esq says:

      Jeremy’s simple response should just be :”See you in Court”.

      Just give us all time to pop out and get the popcorn in.

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  64. 356
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Lynton Crosby’s Lobbying Company’s Clients and Connections:

    Tobacco Industry and plain packaging quickly dropped on Crosby’s appointment
    Alcohol pricing
    Private healthcare companies clients given NHS contracts since Crosby’s appointment with Tory party
    Clients with links to rebels fighting civil war in Syria which British government wanted to arm.
    Crosby operating out of an offshore tax haven company (Rutland) in Malta

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    • 360
      Not Blowing Whistles says:

      To be fair, minimum alcohol pricing was never going to fly with EU competition law. It was likely dropped when that was realized as Dave cannot really afford another policy uTurn caused by cabinet ignorance of EU law.

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  65. 358
    Mong Watch says:

    WTF ?

    Capitalism is an economic system which helps society distribute goods and resources where means of production is in private hands.

    One suspects Owen is confusing with a commercial society, which is odd as that is the target for Marxism.

    Mong.

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    • 463
      Pick litter for bennies says:

      Capitalist PROFITS!!!.Socialists rely on them.Its a fundamental flaw in their politics.

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  66. 364

    Ed Miliband is prone to becoming offended.

    Ralph Miliband is prone.

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    • 367
      One term Dave, dragging the Tories to Ralph's Grave says:

      Ed should develop a stiff upper lip.

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      • 372
        nellnewman says:

        well to be fair militwit needs to develop a few policies first – though like gordon before him, policies seems to be something beyond his grasp.

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        • 375
          Labour Policy Sheet says:

          Ban Frosties

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          • nellnewman says:

            Yes but why? – is that because they have too much sugar or too much salt or too little protein or not enough vitamins?

            This is the problem for militwit – how to make up one’s mind what to argue for.

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          • Aechmophorus says:

            Everything in Frosties, and other breakfast cereals, except the basic carbohydrate sludge has been added artificially, because the process of making maize or wheat into cereal completely devitalises it. When Kellogg fed the patients at his ‘Sanitarium’ with the prototype cornflakes, they soon became severely ill from malnutrition. So I think your answer, Nell, is that they remind him of him.

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        • 382
          Socialism is a severe mental illness says:

          ” policies seems to be something beyond his grasp”

          Which is a bit worrying, because (apart from the fact he’s the Dear Leader) he wrote their 2010 election manifesto.

          I think his policies would be:

          1. Pretend the 20th Century didn’t happen, thus conveniently ignoring all the (many) lessons that Socialism does not work.

          2. Try and recreate Socialist Britain circa 1974.

          Complete with power cuts.

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          • nellnewman says:

            Oh don’t get me started on the union fiasco of the 1970’s – couldn’t bury our dead, hospitals wouldn’t feed patients, power cuts, nasty foul mouthed pickets everywhere, bread shortage (not for us we made our own), etc etc…

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          • Socialism is a severe mental illness says:

            “hospitals wouldn’t feed patients”

            Some things never change..

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    • 374
      Vote UKIP - don't get owned says:

      He is going to appear in the next series of ‘Last of the Summer wine’ seeing as he is never off the BBC. He will be playing the whine.

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      • 377
        Vote UKIP - don't get owned says:

        He is also scheduled to appear in ‘Songs of Praise socialism’.

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        • 389
          Socialism is a severe mental illness says:

          And Antiques Roadshow, where he’ll be showing his collection of 1920’s Socialist Policies (rather broken, bits missing, looking very tarnished) that his dad left him.

          Then he’ll burst into tears when the presenter tells him they’re worthless. “These policies are quite common, cropping up all around the world from time to time, but they’re never in any sort of usable condition.”

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          • Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

            In the 20th Century, Socialism was given the best land, water, agricultural, educational and energy resources (thinking of the USSR) and it failed.

            People should just get over it.

            Socialism doesn’t work.

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    • 376
      Aechmophorus says:

      I think he’s supine rather than prone. Unless they buried him face down — which, come to think of it, might have been a wise precaution.

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  67. 390
    Meanwhile, in a galaxy far far to the left says:

    Pot addressing Kettle ? Discuss.

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    • 396
      Socialism is a severe mental illness says:

      Ah, what you fail to understand is that Owen, like all gifted people with the mental age of 14, is never ever wrong.

      Read and assimilate his words of wisdom. Be awestruck. We must never question The Owen, we must invite him into our hearts.

      Or he will scream and scream and scream, like a little girl.

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    • 400
      nellnewman says:

      “Completely incapable of accepting you are mistaken aren’t you”

      owenjones describing owenjones!!

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      • 405
        Ed Miliband's mouthpiece says:

        The sun shines out of Owen Jones’ arse and we’ll have him on our re-education programs any time we want!

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        • 428
          nellnewman says:

          I hope militwit and owenjones alongside andyburnham and bullyballs, and not to forget the eu multi pensioned, taxpayer created millionaire kinnochios maintain a high profile between now and 2015 , this team is the best ‘vote tory team’ the tories could hope for!!

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  68. 391

    Some nail checks her boobs on Lorraine and the world goes barmy.

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  69. 393
    The stooge in no. 10 whose purpose is common with Vacant Ned's says:

    In case you somehow missed it, here’s my conference message to all you Brits :

          
    
    
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  70. 395
    Meanwhile, in a galaxy far far to the left says:

    Another argument lost, another pledge to be broken:

    Bleach would help clean out OJ’s potty mouth, but only a ball gag will silence it.

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    • 398
      nellnewman says:

      owenjones is the mileycyrus of the uk labour party.

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    • 404
      Socialism is a severe mental illness says:

      How to wash-out Owen’s mouth and silence him. Certificate 18.

      I’ve not linked Youtube before so if this goes’ tits-up, I apologise.

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    • 412
      The BBC are cunts says:

      If a Tory told someone to down a bottle of bleach, Red Ed and the lefty losers would be all over them like a cheap suit.

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      • 416
        nellnewman says:

        It just shows that labour have no policies/substance to debate – they can only be abusive.

        But then, of course, that’s what mcbride and alastaircampbell did to drag labour into the gutter. And now they can’t get out of it!!

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      • 417
        Ed Miliband's mouthpiece says:

        Errr… We are not cυnts we are the BBC!

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  71. 409
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

    SACRILEGE !!

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    • 422
      nellnewman says:

      No evidence of global warming for at least the last 15 years. IPCC said himalayan glaciers were melting and the scientists said the glaciers were expanding. IPCC said antarctic ice was melting and then scientists said it was growing. IPCC said arctic ice had melted exposing the northwest passage and then scientists said the northwest passage was solidly frozen.

      IPCC Chairman earning £millions in his native India from global warming issues – global warming scientists earning £millions from international grants and living it up in five star hotels around the world funded by taxpayers as they ‘debate their view of manmade global warming’

      Why would they give it up?!! – great life if you can get it!!!

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  72. 421
    David Cameron is a cunt says:

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  73. 430
    Meanwhile, in a galaxy far far to the left says:

    Owen Jones sounds like an angry K’eith C’hegwin.

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    • 446
      Owen Jokes says:

      About as inspiring as a bowl of cold semolina.

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      • 453
        Meanwhile, in a galaxy far far to the left says:

        Sorry for the stereo post on the above ‘speech’ but this tweet is special…

        Unfortunately it does mean about 3 million people may become aware of OJ’s rant. Will they see it as lame or good, if they bother to tune in ?

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        • 461
          Owen Jones / Red Dwarf says:

          Redux:

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        • 516
          Darren Cahil says:

          Once again I disagree with Piers Morgan. It wasn’t hilariously embarrassing, it was just plain boring and I’m not sure what they thought it was supposed to achieve anyway!

          The only embarrassment is you Piers Moron, please stay at the Corporate News Network,(CNN) and remain in the US, don’t come back in other words.

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          • Casual Observer 3 says:

            Well P!ers is right, but then there is no such thing as bad publicity, and this certainly isn’t an obituary.

            Of his 3.7m or so followers, only a fraction will know what this is about of those who bother to read the tweet or play the movie.

            This is P!ers having a dig at the Mail.

            The Mail completely ignoring Jones’ little stunt would be deeply amusing, and may be what they do.

            Contrasting Jones with Hasan one can see where the real problem lays.

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        • 553
          A. Non says:

          Comments disabled on Youtube for this video – very wise I suspect.

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    • 530
      Twats on a rope says:

      Why did that preacher get arrested in Perth for preaching too loudly in the street, whilst fucking knobhead there has a PA system to spout his shite and no cop intervenes….

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  74. 431
    P l e b says:

    What was that Frankie Boyle joke ?

    Oh yes, “if you’re a tax dodger, don’t think of it as tax avoidance, think of it as a children’s hospital, buying you a new pool table”

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  75. 437
    An average Brit says:

    WE are witnessing the ugly, or even uglier daily expressions of the two ‘qualities’ that define the right-wing mind, and dictate the attacks and responses of The Mail and the vile Tory party – visceral fear and hate. As the Tory and Mail lurch evermore to the right (because their hysterical sponsors demand it) they follow, and their evil propaganda (which is all they possess at the end of the day) spits out the hatred in headline (the Mail) or divisive policy (the government)
    We live in a country now in which the government and much of the media is gut-wrenchingly sick and repellent – a stark reflection of the minds and mores of the evil filthy-rich bastards they alone represent

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    • 447
      nellnewman says:

      WE have witnessed the ugly, or even uglier daily expressions of the two ‘qualities’ that define the left-wing mind, and dictate the attacks and responses of The Beeb and the vile graudian – visceral fear and hate.

      As Labour, Beeb and the graudian lurch evermore to the left (because their hysterical sponsors, especially unite, demand it) they follow, and their evil propaganda (which is all they possess at the end of the day) spits out the hatred in headline (the beeb ) or divisive policy (the labour party)

      We live in a country now in which the labour opposition and much of the leftwing media is gut-wrenchingly sick and repellent – a stark reflection of the minds and mores of the evil filthy-rich millionaire members of the opposition cabinet represent

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      • 486
        Darren Cahil says:

        ‘As Labour, Beeb and the graudian lurch evermore to the left (because their hysterical sponsors, especially unite, demand it) they follow, and their evil propaganda (which is all they possess at the end of the day) spits out the hatred in headline (the beeb ) or divisive policy (the labour party)’

        What’s so left-wing about the guardian or statist beeb? Anyway, the beeb is part of the state media and tends to favour the party that is in power. As for the guardian, it’s hardly a saint when it comes to corporate advertisers. [1] But to call it ‘evil’, (I do not think the ridiculous Daily Mail is ‘evil’, I think it is hysterical and irrational, yes, but not ‘evil’) is to use the kind of emotive logical fallacy that the Daily Mail uses. By the way, you’re stretching the truth when you say the guardian is sponsored by UNITE. *facepalm*. Have you got a source for that?

        ‘We live in a country now in which the labour opposition and much of the leftwing media is gut-wrenchingly sick and repellent ‘

        You’re entitled to your opinion, but it is an emotive one and does’t add to rational political discourse any-more more than the poster you are responding to.

        ‘a stark reflection of the minds and mores of the evil filthy-rich millionaire members of the opposition cabinet represent’

        I suggest you read it again because it doesn’t make sense. How can reformist-minded workers reflect the people they represent?

        Lastly, the DM still hasn’t apologised to Zac Goldsmith for its untruthful and hatchet job piece it did on his Dad. Here’s what he said about it:

        “The Daily Mail are always going for my father who died in 1997,” he told the 100-strong audience in Manchester. “So I am used to that aspect of it.”

        In December 2011, the Mail’s Ephraim Hardcastle column accused Goldsmith Snr of having claim that the victims of the Holocaust “lacked the initiative to get out” and the paper was forced to later “clarify he said no such thing”.[2]

        Notes:

        1.Media Lens – ‘THE GUARDIAN, CLIMATE AND ADVERTISING – AN OPEN EMAIL TO GEORGE MONBIOT’
        http://www.medialens.org/index.php/alerts/alert-archive/2009/569-the-guardian-climate-and-advertising-an-open-email-to-george-monbiot.html

        2.Huff Post Politics -‘Zac Goldsmith Attacks Daily Mail’s ‘Nazi’ Links, Defends Ed Miliband’ – Mehdi Hasan
        http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/10/01/zac-goldsmith-nazi-daily-mail_n_4023045.html

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        • 537
          Casual Observer 3 says:

          Good response, however to summarize:

          i) Guardian: Next to no one reads it. Would argue it is evil as its involvement with publishing S’nowden has likely sealed the deal for press regulation. (Lots of unpatriotic back dealing also happened)

          As H’eywood pointed out directly to R’usbridger, the Guardian’s actions did compromise GCHQs ability to gather intelligence on child sex rings and p’edophiles. Combined with the pro-p’edo stories at the beginning of 2013, this marks out the Guardian as being evil.

          Also, it should be noted that the Guardian are the leading publication which prefers to print a falsehood first, and then a retraction. This is very shabby style of propaganda for pushing misinformation.

          ii) The DM hatchet job on James Goldsmith was to kill the referendum party. They didn’t need to as public opinion was not on side then. Note also that the G’oldsmith family, originally G’oldschmidt, were competitors to the R’othschilds.

          iii) Anyone who quotes a M’edhi H’asan or Huff Po piece drops credibility points immediately. Other sources must be available, but for Zac’s cause you may not find too many. See point above.

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    • 448
      anusbridger says:

      Don’t read the Guardian. It will rot your soul and your socks.

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    • 458
      Pick litter for bennies says:

      Substitute Guardian/Mirror(add BBC) for Mail,left for right and Tory for Labour and nothing changes.

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    • 475
      Gordon "bigoted woman" Brown says:

      You are out of your tiny mind, or you are very young and have been brought up on a diet of socialist propaganda.

      You are the worst kind of bigot – you do not even have the self-knowledge to realise that you are one.

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    • 566
      Whatever my moniker was says:

      I made this Suggestion on this site a couple of days ago, but I would Limit it to 500 Pounds per month : payable to all, thenflat-rate tax corporate or income plus Money moving out of country

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  77. 455
    Lord Rothermere says:

    Guten tag. Abstimmen Herr Oswald Moseley! Schnell! Sieg heil, mein führer! Juden verboten!

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  78. 470
    Owhine Jones. says:

    Leave Merdi alone! :-(

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  79. 474
    LoonyLeftWatch says:

    Haha :-)

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    • 560
      Can I use Starbucks' bogs today? says:

      A day out in the sunshine, a tenner in the pocket for expenses, a free placard (or sometimes a T-shirt) and a pack of sarnies…

      Beats washing graffiti off bog walls I tell you!

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  80. 476
    Ed Millibrane says:

    Some of you may be wondering why I am making such a fuss about the daily mail, when I was happy to associate with and even support those who wanted to dance on Mrs Thatcher’s grave.

    To call me a hypocrite would be somewhat understating things.

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  81. 477
    Cad Bury says:

    Pantone 2865c

    Filled with wank

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  82. 478
    Billie Boredom is The Grossest Bumpile, EVER !! says:

    We like spouting drivél dont we guido ? It makes the internet more interstesting. Have you seen my more recent but littler post ?
    Its about something

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    • 485
      Guido Fawkes says:

      No. Have you detoxicated the GuyNews latrines yet, Billie? The mop and bucket are …..
      ….. ha! Mind your shins.

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    • 504
      Darren Cahil says:

      And I will defend Guido to spout drivel. It is his right to do so. :D

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  83. 483
    Chukadam says:

    Typical. Just when you thought there was no one suitable to replace Ed and Dave, two New Obamas come along at the same time.

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  84. 490
    Y says:

    you’ve got to hand it to these tory shits

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/liam-fox-claims-3p-for-100metre-car-trip-8862570.html

    fucking cheek of a fucking parasite

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  85. 495
    Questions of our time says:

    Does having a go at a dead Miliband, and then seeing a media b!tch fight with Medh! Hasan and Owen Jones count as a cultural revolution ?

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  86. 498
  87. 498
    A voice from the Grave says:

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  88. 500
    I fel like Dancing. Ed Miliband says:

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  89. 503
    Jimmy Clitheroe rises from the grave to visit Ed's Dad says:

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  90. 505
    Piers sing Scream says:

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  91. 508
    So Why did you Really reaign? says:

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  92. 511
    Who? says:

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  93. 512
    Politically Correct Deprogramming Done Right says:

    Good to see the Tottenham fans today chant the following to police:

    “We’ll sing what we want”

    And of course: “Y*d army”

    The limits of political correctness reached, now begins the roll back.

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    • 513
      The state Locks up People who use words that the state says they must not use. says:

      It’s a sad day for freedom when the police police the spoken word.

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      • 515
        Politically Correct Deprogramming Done Right says:

        Football crowds are usually pretty good at policing their own.

        The police would not be stupid enough to try and enforce this properly.

        If they did they would probably end up on the receiving a thorough hiding.

        If the fans wish to change their habits then they will, but on this chant they likely will not. There is nothing rac!st about it, nor any reason why the police should be getting involved with it in the first place.

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        • 561
          Can I use Starbucks' bogs today? says:

          But the clod-hopping fuzz NEVER ever step in when the crowds are describing the masturbatory habits of the officials in charge! The time is rapidly approaching when all the cops will be able to say in their own defence is: “I was only following orders”.

          Now, where was it that someone tried that line before?

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        • 565
          Thought Police says:

          We don’t want to mix it. We’ll just study the security tapes, identify a few from their seat numbers, arrest them at home and make examples of them in court.

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    • 514
      Darren Cahil says:

      I’m a lefty and I’m inclined to agree with you.

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    • 518
      genghiz the kahn says:

      Didn’t hear the chants on MoD.

      BBC using same technology to suppress booing of Brown at Wembley?

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      • 521
        Darren Cahil says:

        Interesting, I didn’t know the beeb had such technology. I would appreciate a source by the way.

        Although for what its worth, Ill give credit to the beeb for a funny cop show. I do like to watch BBC 4’s ‘The Young Montalbano’, so its not all bad. :)

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        • 522
          Living in 98.221% white Merseyside says:

          I quite like that. Much better than those depressing Scandinavian ones.

          Nice, sunny Sicily.

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      • 523
        Casual Observer 3 says:

        The BBC only mixed the pickup from the crowd out, but were caught out in the live transmission when Brown had his moment.

        @ 27 seconds – Very amusing.

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        • 544
          Aechmophorus says:

          The Beeb have been trying to filter crowd noise since 2010 and the World Cup, when they were doing it with the perfectly honest purpose (for once) of reducing the racket from vuvuzelas. It sounds from this description
          http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/8738604.stm
          that it is fairly difficult, and the best they could do was to filter typical frequencies and use narrowly dimensional microphones for the commentators. It would also be easier to do this on the monotonous drone of vuvuzelas that on the broader range of frequencies created by a crowd booing.

          If there have been any clever digital improvements in the technique since then, I haven’t heard of them.

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          • స్క్రొడింగర్ యొక్క పిల్లి says:

            Filtration of any interminable clamour adducing nothing appears to be a pernicious and prevalent blight which even induces genera change in ciconiiformes.

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          • REALWORLDER says:

            I thought that monotonous drone was Mick Macarthey

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  94. 517
    Talk about arse licking says:

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  95. 524
    LEST WE FORGET says:

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  96. 525
    Daily Mail says:

    Next week…Ralph Miliband visited Elm Guest House…

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  97. 526
    Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

    Good video with Roger Helmer:

    East Midland’s know what the deal is.

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    • 531
      R. Youshore says:

      Vote ukip, get Red Ed.

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      • 536
        Fuck the LibLabCon says:

        Get back to Dave’s cock.

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      • 538
        Anonymous says:

        Diane James of UKIP has stated that there are 60 Westminster seats that are “winnable” for UKIP.

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        • 539
          Casual Observer 3 says:

          The 60 seats comes from Bruges group meeting.

          B!ll Cash stated that there were 60 Tory marginal seats which could be lost to UKIP.

          The modelling is suggesting that UKIP should start winning seats if they can get 16% of the vote:

          http://www.electoralcalculus.co.uk/Analysis_UKIP.html

          It is not clear if the evidence that UKIP are taking votes from Old Labour in the North has been fully factored. Recent local by election results are showing UKIP to be getting on average over 20% in real elections.

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          • Aechmophorus says:

            Is there any reliable way of weighting the results to allow for people’s tendency to vote more adventurously in local elections?

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          • REALWORLDER says:

            The only danger is the fraudulent Labour potal vote in many areas

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  98. 527
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    Tomowwow and for the west of the week we shall be focussing on the major issues for this Nation – how badly the Daily Mail have hurt my feelings.

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    • 550
      The now exposed Bbbc says:

      We’re on it.

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      • 562
        Ice Pick Inglish eye do. says:

        NO NO NO NO and NO! Do keep up. You are not ‘on’ it, you are ‘across’ it.

        Now where did that expression come from? Like ‘early doors’. WTF does that mean?

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  99. 528
    The BBC are cunts says:

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  100. 529
    Ordinary Joe says:

    The perfect stimulus to make Britain feel reinvigorated

    Bring out Gordon Brown on to the gallows – he sold the gold, fucked our pensions, lied about the NHS catastrophe with his hobgoblin Burnham, devalued, went on about boom and bust and light touch regulation, invented the FSA now to be disbanded, raised stamp duty and 147 other taxes, ran up a huge deficit, raised salaries (and respective unfunded pensions) of 3m public sector workers without extracting any efficiencies or returns, rambled on about 3rd world, poverty and debt without mending his own roof, er I’m out of breath…

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    • 533
      McPoison says:

      I’ll get you in the playground tomorrow.

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    • 535
      Aechmophorus says:

      Yes, he did vast damage. But one does not hang madmen.

      Like

    • 549
      UKIP or bust says:

      Question is what damage is he still doing?

      He’s out there monging around all sorts of big money gatherings (though not the HoP where he’s supposed to be) and putting himself and his dirty fuckwitted ideas to all who will listen.

      Shurly, in light of his previous dodgy deals: PPI, PPP, aircraft carriers for scots votes . . ., his so called charity should be investigated?

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    • 556
      REALWORLDER says:

      HE’S BEEN A VERY NAUGHTY BOY

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  101. 534
    Those faked chemical weapons deaths... says:

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  102. 567
    Andrew says:

    Jack Dromey is sacked: the world is not all bad news!

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