October 30th, 2013

Full Moon at Parliament This Evening


261 Comments

  1. 1
    Anonymous says:

    I would

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  2. 2
    alexei says:

    Girls crowning glory!

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      Anonymous says:

      Ladies & Gentlemen, have we another Pilgrim?

      Mr McCluskey said: “The Prime Minister’s conduct today was disgraceful. He has abused parliamentary process in a naked attempt to gain political advantage from events at Grangemouth.

      “Mr Deans served thousands of working people loyally for 25 years. The tragic truth is that a decent man lost his job trying to protect the jobs of hundreds more.

      “The Prime Minister’s rush to smear a good and honourable man will appal decent-thinking people and he should apologise.

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    • 251
      French Opinion. says:

      Her arse is only slightly better than her face.
      I feel sorry for some ot the respondents’ on this blog if it turns them on.

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  3. 3
    Excuse me but .... says:

    College Green? Clearly not Gordon Brown.

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  4. 6
    Anonymous says:

    explanation would be helpful…. :S

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  5. 7
    Eid Miliband says:

    I would freeze her.

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  6. 8
    One-term Dave (dragging the Tories to their grave) says:

    By jove! You won’t be able to report this sort of depravity when my press censorship laws come in!

    However, you will be able to find this sort of thing in your children’s school books. “The bumper book of bumsex” aimed at 7 year olds, and “David and Alan get married and roger each other senseless (illustrated)” for children aged 9-11.

    It’ll be on the curriculum in a year or so. If you complain, you’ll be arrested and your children will be taken into care, what what.

    Tally ho!

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  7. 11
    Inspector Sands says:

    This is inappropriate behaviour. Imprison her.

    Also Guido Fawkes must be punished for publishing these smutty images.

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  8. 12
    A Maimed Badger says:

    Good pair of child bearing hips..

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  9. 13
    Mustapha Djinn says:

    Sally has a competitor for outrageous behaviour. The squeaker must be pleased.

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  10. 17
    Keitho says:

    What is it about Parliament that everybody wants to get bummed?

    As for the arseholic charter, we are well and truly buggered.

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  11. 18
    Pascal Chimbonda's Chimney Sweep says:

    She can bend over know just like all the newspaper editors.

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  12. 19
    Silly Sally B13COW says:

    *innocent face @rse.

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  13. 20
    geordieboy says:

    Pull up two chairs and sit down dear.

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  14. 21
    Round the Bend says:

    Wot a twat.

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  15. 23
    Private Eyeser says:

    With enough licks to moisten the sticky zone, she can try to stick that stamp on the bottom but I think the parcel is the wrong shape for the Royal Male to handle safely.

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  16. 24
    Potty Toynbee says:

    BA have increased the cost of flights to Tuscany. I demand that Red Ed re-nationalise them when he becomes Dear Leader and then prices can be frozen. Any losses can be absorbed by plucking fivers off the Money Trees.

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    • 64
      Anonymous says:

      BT has written to me stating that my line rental costs are going up. Also 1571 facilities.Cost of calls to landline and mobiles also being increased. Ed. Miliband-what are you going to do with this dastardly telephone company? I too would like a helping hand from the Money Trees or prices to be frozen(before they go up).

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  17. 25
    Casual Observer 3 says:

    One end looks like Dave but the other is clearly a womans face.

    Is this Jul!a M!ddleton exposed ?

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  18. 26
    BBC bum boy says:

    Na!

    Need a nice hairy shit stained arse to turn us lot on.

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  19. 27
    John Berk O. Wow says:

    Is that Sally again?

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  20. 28
    Boris Johnson says:

    She would make a fine SpAd.

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  21. 35
    Dave's PR SPAD No 22 says:

    Is it Dame Edna’s much younger sister?

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  22. 38
    Brazil says:

    We’re all in it together

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  23. 41
    Owen Jones says:

    Come the revolution the houses of parliament will be renamed the EUSSR Soviet.

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  24. 42
    From the annals (2011) says:

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  25. 43
    Truthteller says:

    I wouldn’t with a barge pole.

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  26. 45
    Anonymous says:

    I’d recognise those boots & that arse anywhere!

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  27. 46
    Anonymous says:

    Is it one of the Eagle twins?

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  28. 49
    Chilcot says:

    Like most so-called public revelations in Westminster it’s turned out to be a cover up

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  29. 50
    RomaBob..trafficking a kiddie or two! says:

    Sally, Sally, Sally what the f*ck are you doing? Your little dwarf of a husband will be spitting feathers….. again !!

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  30. 51
    Boris Freud says:

    “I love conception art.”

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  31. 52
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Today Britain squandered a precious freedom.I fear that those who welcome press regulation now will regret it profoundly but too late.

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  32. 54
    Thames Dover Wight says:

    Marco Pierre White is not on Ms Abbot’s Christmas card list

    https://secure.avaaz.org/en/petition/Knorr_must_issue_a_public_apology_to_the_people_of_Jamaica/?wXqzRfb

    Arse what the shit has happened to this fuck hole of a country

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    • 81
      The Libor party says:

      THE REIGN OF TERROR, 1997-2010 HAPPENED TO THIS COUNTRY. :)

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    • 171
      Someone says:

      What a load of nonsense.

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        WoRaft ChIHUAHua says:

        I have watched his recipe. It looks ghastly, a chicken-glue with brown gloop stirred in. Avoid. It is the kind of cookery which made England a by-word for awful food until well in to the 1980s. I’m not surprised that Jamaicans who have eaten decent rice and chicken dishes are annoyed. People might be misled in to thinking they would serve this rubbish which would embarrass a prison kitchen. Had Pierre White described it as risotto the Italians would have been complaining instead since boiling up brown rice in diluted boot-polish for half an hour is not the way they do it. It’s like pissing on Elizabeth David’s grave. As wiki says ” She was deeply hostile to second-rate cooking and to bogus substitutes for classic dishes and ingredients”.

        Marco has clearly received a great deal of money to talk bollocks on behalf of a global food corporation with over-priced gunk to flog.

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  33. 55
    Dixon of Dock Green says:

    Scotland Yard will need to get to the bottom of this!

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  34. 60
    Sir William Wayd says:

    Tom Watson without his specs?

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  35. 63
    Gonk says:

    I take it she’s not saving herself for the right chap.

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  36. 67
    Astro Physicist says:

    The moon is waxing! But never mind!

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  37. 68
    nellnewman says:

    This is the result of having a speaker’s wife who brings parliament into disrepute! It encourages this sort of behaviour – why couldn’t she have made the gesture with her nickers on!

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  38. 69
    Joss Askin says:

    Is it Old Holborn?

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  39. 73
    barefacedcheeks says:

    I could really use an explanation. Or a decent punch-line.

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  40. 74
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    What a cheek!.

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  41. 77
    domino says:

    Headlines October 2014

    Former _______ Party MP _____ today appeared before _______ Magistrates Court to answer charges of _________, confirming only _____ name and address, the MP pleaded ______ and was bailed to appear ________.

    A spokesperson for the party said “______ was a good constituency MP and did nothing wrong as it was in the rules”, and it’s not like he told the country ________ in 45 minutes _________ leading to thousands of deaths like that __nt Bla__ did.

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  42. 78
    Mr Speaker says says:

    Sally! Is that you?

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  43. 79
    Sophocles says:

    So what actually is her point? (Yes, oo ar mrs etc.)

    She makes that Bland bloke look like a (pseudo) intellectual.

    Showing yer arse ain’t what I call making a clear and sound point.

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  44. 85
    Liberace's wig says:

    I’ve parked my Boris Bike in there before.

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  45. 87
    Iain Drunken Stiff says:

    Thanks for not mentioning the latest court appeal I lost regarding slave lab…I mean work exper…I mean giving private companies free workers…I mean..OH i give up. Bur thanks again me old mate for not mentioning it.

    Just between me and you though…. *whispers* If the court appeal had gone in my favour you and me would be gloating and this place would have 2 or 3 threads on the go. Never mind eh. Fancy a free lunch Guido? On me? Well, on the plebs but fat sods like us don’t care a shit about those fuckers!

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    • 170
      show some honour says:

      Don kers Smith should set an example of honour in political life and resign as a MP over misleading the tories over IRAQ.

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  46. 93
    BOB coCROWch says:

    I have noticed that the cost of railway season tickets has been rising persistently. This never happened under British Rail. Please vote Libor so that Red Ed will follow Red Len’s orders to re-nationalise the railways.

    Any subsidies paid to fund the new British Rail losses can come out of ‘general taxation’.

    Up the workuz !!

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  47. 96
    Ippikin says:

    Stockings & suspenders would have been nice.

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    • 164
      vote UKIP says:

      and an orange in the gob?

      it’s the tory way

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      • 177
        Ippikin says:

        Don’t be silly, she couldn’t join in with an orange in her gob!
        Despite one late Tory MP’s prediliction for that, it is still far more in line with the Lib Dems behaviour.

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          Ippikin says:

          Notwithstanding their political affliations, I can’t help notice they all cum from the South Hampshire area. Is it perhaps something in the water?

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  48. 97
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Irony – what Irony? – oh you want to know do you?

    I watched the news tonight. Ch4 led with 2 particular stories of huge public interest.

    The Hacking trial of the century and The Report about there being more ro.ma / gypsies in the UK than the government have told us.

    The hack trial gets into swing. The Ro.ma port exposes many anomalies and questions of endemic criminality.

    Here’s the Irony – The Hacking trial came about as a result of the Hacking of Milly Dowlers phone. However the ptb [legal and msm] consistently [noted] fail to mention the timeline surrounding when Levi Bellfield who murdered Milly was finally convicted. How did he “get” away with it for so long and isn’t he Ro.ma / gypsy by birth?

    Who ‘get’s’ it as to who was concealing the matter and for what purposes?

    Sadly Milly’s parents appear to have been hijhacked off – by a celeb politicised mob who only give a f about themselves and their having been hard done by – ahh di fing dums. Grow some Grant & Middleton (J).

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    • 99
      Not Blowing Whistles says:

      Rom’ani serial killer, and the UK is about to let in a whole lot more.

      People do not stop to ask why they are discriminated against everywhere.

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      • 103
        Blowing Whistles says:

        hI nbw Did you’d notice the msm mention the link or wot OR DARE THEY?

        Better and more high profile fact filtering here than any msm rag dare speak or write of. the DTP – YEAH AND FROM THE NECK UP.

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          Not Blowing Whistles says:

          I did notice it was played down to virtual silence. But the PC thought covers up all of that sort of thing.

          Here is one for you:

          http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-484797/Sacked-maid-kidnapped-Madeleine-bosses.html

          X-Check the latest PJ leads that have been ‘leaked’.

          Spot the message ;-)

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        • 119
          JadedJean says:

          Frightening scale of reoffending revealed: 148,000 criminals caught this year had at least FIFTEEN previous convictions

          http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2479021/148-000-criminals-caught-year-FIFTEEN-previous-convictions.html?ico=home%5Eheadlines

          Behaviours are generally inherited. Behaviours are genetically aquired. Any behavioural scientist worth his/her salt will confirm this. Some of the greatest scientists in recent times have confirmed this via controlled experimentation with a vast number of different animals with different cognitive abilities. Criminal behaviour is just one aspect of behaviour. It is why much in the criminal justice system literally results in money poured down the drain as the genetic inheritability of proscribed behaviours is ignored.

          h**p://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/9287285/Number-of-reoffending-hardened-criminals-at-record-high.html

          This subject, at the moment, is too big for our politicians to take on board. There is a group who live amongst us, who want all of this hushed up. Perhaps they have a genetic advantage over the rest of us?

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Very Interesting. Oh dear the ptb really are scraping the barrel. Lots of very key comments hereabouts – but that’s it for me tonight.

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      • 123
        Camoron is the worst prime minister ever ! says:

        “and the UK is about to let in a whole lot more.”

        No. Dimmy Dave Camoron is about to let in a whole lot more.

        He should be careful the next time he leaves his daughter at the pub.

        He’d be gutted if she got stolen.

        Or maybe he wouldn’t. Maybe he cares as little about his kids as he does about ours.

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        • 137
          Not Blowing Whistles says:

          He’s already sacrificed his first to Moloch, no ?

          The others will be hors d’oeuvre for the enrichment.

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    • 104
      tn02 says:

      “Sadly Milly’s parents appear to have been hijhacked off”

      No!

      Their silence was bought off, by Murdoch’s legal henchmen for £2million…aka ‘an out of court settlement’.

      http://order-order.com/2013/10/30/watch-gordon-brown-forgets-he-is-an-mp/#comment-1919817

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      • 107
        Blowing Whistles says:

        I damned well know about Rupe’s crocodile tearjerk – humbling ‘moment’ and that it cost him a drop in the fucking ocean alongside the other £20 million he set aside to ‘satisfy’ the ‘fing greed of the celebpolitico circles – who all took the lucre!

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        • 112
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Any celebpolitico – who took the dosh – has no fukcing claim whatsoever from the point of accepting the dosh and signing an agreement to do so. They are all a ‘tittle tattle / msm big their hard done byness’ affront to the true Public Interest.

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    • 109
      Diane Fatbott says:

      WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACIIIIIST !!

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      • 120
        Blowing Whistles says:

        ughh no actually ……. TRUUUUUUUUTHIST. Facts that others might let get in the way of b/s and selling copy.

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    Blowing Whistles says:

    Btw – further Irony – Heaslop and his mates over at PE – have had plenty of emails over the years – and he doesn’t want to mention any of them WHATSOEVER – I wonder why – NOT?

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    Questions of our time says:

    Is the bastard bloodline of David Cameron part Roma ?

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    • 106
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Your question could pale into insignificance – but who knows?

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    • 132
      Wikipaedoa says:

      “Cameron’s paternal forebears also have a long history in finance. His father Ian was senior partner of the stockbrokers Panmure Gordon, in which firm partnerships had long been held by Cameron’s ancestors, including David’s grandfather and great-grandfather,[8] and was a Director of estate agent John D. Wood. David Cameron’s great-great-grandfather Emile Levita, a German J*wish financier (and descendant of Renaissance scholar Elia Levita), who obtained British citizenship in 1871, was the director of the Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China which became Standard Chartered Bank in 1969.[13] His wife, Cameron’s great-great-grandmother, was a descendant of the wealthy Danish J*wish Rée family on her father’s side.”

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Cameron

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      W i k i p a e d o a says:

      “Cameron’s paternal forebears also have a long history in finance. His father Ian was senior partner of the stockbrokers Panmure Gordon, in which firm partnerships had long been held by Cameron’s ancestors, including David’s grandfather and great-grandfather,[8] and was a Director of estate agent John D. Wood. David Cameron’s great-great-grandfather Emile Levita, a German J*wish financier (and descendant of Renaissance scholar Elia Levita), who obtained British citizenship in 1871, was the director of the Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China which became Standard Chartered Bank in 1969.[13] His wife, Cameron’s great-great-grandmother, was a descendant of the wealthy Danish J*wish Rée family on her father’s side.”

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Cameron

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  51. 102
    . says:

    Should I know or care who she is?

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  52. 110
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

    HOW VERY LIBERAL !! HOW VERY DEMOCRATIC !!

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    • 113
      England says:

      Traitor

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      • 134
        Camoron is the worst prime minister ever ! says:

        To be honest, the Queen is being an utter dipshit here, too.

        She could have stopped this, but the fucking rancid cow decided to do SFA and let Camoron piss all over our democracy.

        Just like when Bliar started the illegal war with Iraq. The Queen could have dissolved Parliament, but decided to do SFA,

        Let’s be perfectly honest, the fucking inbred bitch is a waste of fucking space.

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        • 139
          An Englishman says:

          The freedoms of this nation are not the Queen’s to curtail.

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          Not Blowing Whistles says:

          It would be better for her to make peace with the American brethren who wronged her and reject the evil which seeks to destroy from across the channel.

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          • Bakery says:

            It would be better for her to start behaving like a proper head of state and refuse to sign away the rights and freedoms of the English nation.

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      • 144
        The Dutch Ambassador says:

        He’s Dutch. Therefore not a traitor as such. An enemy of the English people, sure. Think of this as pay-back for not being loyal enough to the EU.

        Get over it.

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    • 114
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Note that little word ‘Private’ – It runs contrary to and in contravention to the Public Interest – yet the public pay this f-wit puppets wages and the rest of the treasonous barstewards’ wages.

      Who’s duping who eh – with word / legalese trickery?

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    • 118
      Double Dutch says:

      Bastard

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    • 121
      Not Blowing Whistles says:

      So the pure blood Clegg, not the mud blood of Cameron, got to sign this.

      Will be interesting to see how many publications sign up.

      Unless legislation is passed forcing them to. Forcing to obey a Royal Charter is a deep constitutional matter.

      But what are they hoping to cover up with such regulation: Sins present, past or to come ?

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      • 130
        Camoron is the worst prime minister ever ! says:

        If I owned the Telegraph, Daily Mail and Times (and all other assorted UK News [whatever News Int is now called] papers), I’d just publish a final issue tomorrow headlined “FUCK YOU DAVID CAMERON YOU USELESS FUCKING FASCIST C*NT”) and pack up.

        Then I’d like to see Dimmy Dave’s faux Tories win in 2015.

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    • 126
      tweedle dumb says:

      The newspapers have to power to turn this around and bite clegs and his new friends ar5es by never mentioning cleg and his slime’s in a newspaper report ever again, stop mentioning politician’s, stop hiring them, blank the out of everything except where it’s needed, these tossers live on people reporting what they are doing and need their pictures in newspapers, look at chukka butty.

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      • 136
        altruism in industry says:

        I think they think that a free press is made up of real people that they can frighten, when it is an idea which can’t be scared off.

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    • 147
      Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP says:

      WE’D LIKE TO HIDE THIS KIND OF STORY FROM THE PUBLIC.

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      • 237
        A country wide open to blackmail says:

        Makes you wonder what those up the higher political establishment have been getting up to and away with all these years.

        Or are we naively expected to believe it’s all 70s DJs, has been TV celebs, and the odd local councillor?

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    • 238
      Coronation Oath of Charles the Last says:

      As defender of all faiths and none, I swear by almighty Allah, to preserve multiculturalism, diversity and the supremacy of the European Union over these regions.

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    Stars in his eyes says:

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      Ooooiiii says:

      Seems odd that the Telegraph are publishing the full article

      The link to it is on their main page, and is the most viewed article today.

      “Madeleine McCann – Madeleine McCann: tycoon’s family ‘perplexed’ by investigation
      Maddy McCann’s death ‘covered up by parents’, court hears “

      No doubt they have their reasons

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    • 129
      Ooooiiii says:

      Seems odd that the Telegraph are publishing the full article

      The link to it is on their main page, and is the most viewed article today.

      “Madeleine McCann – Madeleine McCann: tyc0on’s family ‘perplexed’ by investigation
      Maddy McCann’s death ‘covered up by parents’, court hears “

      No doubt they have their reasons

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      • 142
        Ghost in the machine says:

        So strange that a large eared R’oyal took such deep interest in this case, even received a tip off about a disgruntled maid and reported it in.

        So strange also that the P’ortuguese police wish to cover this up once and for all.

        Also so strange that a couple of the web sites out there which dared suggest this have been hit by massive attack and taken off line.

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  55. 124
    CHAR WALLAH with DYSENTERY says:

    Is that Jane Pilgrim flashing her lardy arse ?

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  56. 135
    England says:

    Queen agrees to stifle the freedoms of her subjects.

    Unacceptable.

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    • 143
      Ghost in the machine says:

      She’s trying to protect her son and blood line.

      Can’t hold that against her. Or perhaps it is every subjects duty to, and be damned if they do not.

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      • 148
        Free Speech says:

        Her son could have succeeded to the throne without this abrogation of her coronation oath.

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        • 154
          Cameron is a sack shit who should go says:

          Charlie boy is a fucking p’aedo.

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          • A Loyal Subject says:

            I’d got the impression that he favoured the more mature type.

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          • US Watch says:

            Hmm…

            http://www.celebdirtylaundry.com/2013/queen-elizabeth-camilla-parker-bowles-prince-georges-christening-photo-1030/

            Worth keeping an eye on Bowles.

            They tried once before to bump her off.

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          • US Watch says:

            Here is Parker Bowles topless: Hardly what you would call ‘totty watch’

            http://www.celebdirtylaundry.com/2013/camilla-parker-bowles-topless-photo-kate-middleton-yacht-photographed-092/

            That was when she was demanding divorce. Apparently a bit of a drinker is Camilla.

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          • Extended Hours says:

            Being a ‘bit of a drinker’ is not generally considered a problem to British people. Indeed, it might endear her to any future loyal public.

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          • US Watch says:

            Really ? No wonder you lost your press freedom.

            Ok, let’s revise Franklin for the Brit market:

            ‘They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little booze, deserve neither liberty nor safety.’

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          • Boston Stump says:

            Puritans and American kill-joys and prudes are not really very welcome on this side of the Atlantic.

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          • US Watch says:

            That’s fine sentiment. Next time the G’ermans invade we won’t be saving your asses. From over here, looks like you’re losing quite badly ;-)

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          • Boston Stump says:

            What an infantile reply.

            As a matter of historical fact, the Germans have attacked but never invaded this country. I assume you are referring to an episode over half a century ago whereby the Germans declared war on the USA shortly after their allies the Japanese attacked your country.

            The USA has never to my knowledge entered into any war in order to help the British, though from time to time for diplomatic and political reasons some of your politicians have made public statements subsequently pretending to have done so.

            Incidentally, Americans who are not puritans, kill-joys and prudes are still usually welcome and well liked, but if you can’t take your ale, which many of you can’t, you won’t really fit in.

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          • US Watch says:

            You certainly seem to have lost your free press. From my reading that is a Europe agenda thingy.

            Hell, look where the servers for this blog are located. Why is that ?

            Check the peace keeping force which was left behind as well.

            Get it, retard ? :-)

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          • Reader says:

            ‘Get it retard’

            That comment would be some sort of an attempt to suggest what? That you are a well-educated and classy person? That polite culture has rubbed off on you? That you are not an archetype who doesn’t know how to engage in discourse with people rationally or to respond using facts?

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          • Good night says:

            Calm down dears

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          • US Watch says:

            @Reader: No. Just that you are a retard. :-)

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          • Someone says:

            That article is not very relevant to the issue of the constitutional issue of concern here, which is about prerogative powers and the use of the privy council to curtail press freedoms – ‘laws and customs’ which HRH swore to uphold.

            Camilla Parker-Bowles has no role under the British system of government, nor does Prince George for the time being.

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          • US Watch says:

            The article is relevant.

            Do not see that sort of thing published in UK press.

            Now, deeper question is, why not ?

            Could buy that there is no market for it. That would be good reason for absence.

            Would believe more strongly that such material would be shot down with a libel suit immediately to prevent market from forming. That appears to be more the English way.

            They haven’t been sued in the US though, and the UK did manage to get the Al Fayed film about Diana de-facto banned here. Little trick with insurance terms for libel liability saw to that.

            The articles, which are trash, are very relevant as that is what real freedom of press is all about.

            Think about it.

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          • Re: the Globe says:

            You do see that kind of article printed here, though it may surprise you to know that usually only very poorly educated people would be attracted to that kind of stuff. Such allegations do not sell papers unless backed up with evidence. Without it, most people ignore such stuff because the British are not so very interested in such unattributable speculations about the Royal family. We’ve all been there and read those T shirts.

            For your information, the Royal family very rarely sue for libel, mainly because they understood the Streisand effect well before the term was coined. A decision not to bother to sue an American magazine in no way proves or even tends to show that there is any truth to whatever is in it, so no-one is going to get all excited by ‘revelations’ of that kind.

            The film ‘Unlawful Killing’ could have been shown in the UK, but, as in the USA it was not shown because it was libelous, containing allegations which could not be supported by evidence.

            Do be aware that Al-Fayed, who funded the film is a well-known figure of fun in the UK. He was considered a fantasist, if not actually a nutter well before his son ever met Diana (he thinks the Scots all came from ancient Egypt). He has been involved in some very dodgy businesses in the past. He was rejected for British Citizenship. This was well before his son’s dalliance with Diana. His overall credibility is not very high so his claims are generally laughed at even in the most staunch anti-Royalist circles.

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          • US Watch says:

            You miss the point that The Globe and The Enquirer remain free to do as they wish.

            With the charter, the Brit publications are now as valid as Ch!na People’s Daily, or Pravda now. They are certified propaganda, as the BBC is.

            Incidentally, the DM did reproduce some of the globe stuff:

            http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2228064/US-magazine-Globe-claims-Queen-dying-Camilla-evil-plot-claim-throne.html

            Know exactly what Al Fayed is, and he did burn the royal crests which used to be outside Harrod’s at the end of his film. He is understandably irritated as the target of the film’s venom may have killed his son, if the soldier N revelations anything to go by.

            That cannot be taken away from him, however odious a man he is in practice.

            He was rejected by the UK establishment as despite his incredible and ruthless rise from the gutter to riches, he was from the gutter and hence not able to proceed further. That and he is an odious individual.

            The Royal’s likely do not sue as they prefer to deal with their business quietly. Anything coming out in open court they cannot do much about.

            Your opening on education is curious though.

            This suggests you believe the Brit readership in general are smart.

            That they have allowed their government, a minority one at that, to steal yet another freedom, for nothing but tax rises and reduced services in return, suggests a profoundly stupid population which perhaps couldn’t actually digest the content of The Globe.

            Compared to the BBC ‘news’ site, The Globe coverage is somewhat unbiased, factual and entertaining. I recommend you try it out.

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          • Oliver Cromwell says:

            No-one missed your point. They probably just think the point is silly.

            The Globe and The Enquirer are rags designed for people a reading age of about 11. We have such publications here as well, but no-one holds them up as being worthwhile. tYour recommendation of such dross does not inspire confidence in your recommendation of a free press. Surely you can do better than that?

            On the comparative issue of smarts, the British generally are better educated and more aware of the world than Americans. Sorry if you don’t like to read that, but it is a fact. This is not the best educated population in the world by any means but compared to the average products of the American educational system, the British still compare favourably. Your reasons for the opposite being the case are flawed as they are based on erroneous information and logical non sequitors.

            Anyway, it’s time for bed here. Good night.

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          • US Watch says:

            On subject of education: Your Mr. Gove seems to be straightening that out now. Your general standard has been pretty poor the past 30 years. Have a look at your pathetic state in the economic league tables for further detail, and note the point about trade of civil liberties for higher tax.

            And that last point was done without a gun to your head. What the fuck were you guys thinking ? Or rather, not thinking ?

            On the issue of free press: Your press is now government controlled. Drawing a comparison between The Globe, and say your ‘Times’ – well – If you pick up The Globe you can be certain that its stories haven’t been interfered with by Government. Enough said.

            Time for Britain to wake up a bit, sharpen up a bit, and smarten up a bit. Or you guys are totally fucked.
            :-)

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    Anonymous says:

    Why is it the dog and bone snoopers are in court because “they must have known” but top plod, balls, Burnham and the rest of the labour scum can claim not to have known and not only are not held to account but get paid off/ continue on full pay/ or simply carry on if nothing has happened.

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  58. 155
    Swept up says:

    First Witch of Halloween out and about in day light. Lost her broom stick or has it temporarily be hidden backwards. Get out of the way. A massive wind will send her skywards.

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    • 156
      Be warned, be very warned says:

      A lot of feminists have been appearing in the media. Is there something about to happen?

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      • 172
        pigs might fly says:

        Perhaps they’ll start campaigning against the way Muslims treat women?
        Or is that a bit tricky for them?

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  59. 165
    Alphons says:

    TRhe last one I saw like that was pulling a plough

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  60. 166
    Anonymous says:

    Labour fag on Newsnight is another Burnham, he’s got eye makeup on.

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    • 174
      he's a joke says:

      That’s Labour posh boy Tristram Hunt.
      Despite a very expensive education and Oxbridge,he can’t remember if he’s for or against free schools.

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  61. 167
    US Watch says:

    And here are some essential details on the Camilla divorce request:

    http://www.celebdirtylaundry.com/2013/camilla-parker-bowles-prince-charles-queen-elizabeth-divorce-split-separate-separation-0917/

    Word is Camilla wants $350m, perhaps for a decent amount of plastic surgery (see topless pics above) and ensuring her drinks cabinet remains fully stocked.

    She is in a huff because mum-in-law won’t die and let Charles take the throne.

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    • 169
      Someone says:

      Your single source, while an interesting read, is hardly authoritative.

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      • 173
        US Watch says:

        Yours, buddy, are no longer free ;-)

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        • 178
          Mr Logic says:

          Most of your press until a almost only few weeks ago thought O’Bama was wonderful, so being free is clearly not an indicator, per se, of the press or any particular section of the press being right.

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          • US Watch says:

            You were obviously reading the liberal left press.

            Read around a bit.

            You have only seen the change in the left side of the press because O’bama’s fraud is now completely un-ignorable.

            The mainstream published out of New York, Chicago, California, DC and other Dem states is the left press. That is probably what you have seen change.

            Try The Federalist, the libertarian and tea party sites.

            That is where the real story has been playing out. The libtards are now wising up, yet playing the race card. :-)

            The recent 60 mins on Benghazi, available on uTube (it is only 16 mins long…) is worth watching. That combined with the affordable care act has caused the change.

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          • T May says:

            Yankee Go Home

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          • President Omaha Beach says:

            Yankee tap phone.

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          • US Watch says:

            So, now the cat is out of the bag on where The Globe gets its source material. Adds a bit of credibility eh ? :-D

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          • Mr Logic says:

            No.

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  62. 176
    Education, Edyerkayshun, Eddyookaashun says:

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  63. 183
    Swivelly says:

    Every hole is a goal. I would, just for the notch on the post.

    From that trajectory you cant see the boat.

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  64. 183
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

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  65. 187
    I d on't n eed no doctor says:

    Newsnight – Tristram Hunt – Hunt is a fucking arsewipe, arrogant, shout em down pseudo socialist.

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  66. 192
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    LEN TOLD ME I HAD TO DO IT OR HE WOULDN’T ELECT ME.

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  67. 194
    Ippikin says:

    Interesting thought.
    T. Hunt said to Paxo that he wanted to see Teachers qualified in their own subjects.
    Just where is he going to find 75% uplift in Physics Teachers and 50% more Maths Teachers when he takes Office?
    Paxo forgot to ask him that.

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    • 249
      HEARDITALL says:

      I am personally acquainted with a young female ‘teacher’ who teaches Biology from a textbook despite admitting to having very little knowledge of the subject ,not only that ,she has a poor grasp of general knowledge, knowing nothing of History , Geography, Languages
      or Mathematics.
      Even worse she sometimes speaks in that faux West Indian accent affected by the white London underclass ,her conversations revolve around anti racism ,sexism and Palestine.
      If she is a typical product of the fast track teacher training of a few years ago, I fear for the future of education in England if this is the best they can produce.

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  68. 196
    US Watch says:

    Appears Kate may be having another baby:

    http://www.globemagazine.com/story/1082

    You may need a proxy to see that content though ;-)

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  69. 200
    Biased Broadcasting Cunts says:

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  70. 221
    the real story says:

    the last time I did this the aliens stuck something in my butt, they can’t be trusted

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  71. 223
    • 245
      UK Government Press Censorship says:

      As per UK press regulations signed into effect on 30th October 2013, the article linked to in the above (link reproduced below) should be regarded as government propaganda and hostile as it was published and / or updated post 30th October 2013.

      ### Hostile Link ###

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2480643/Labours-Unite-paymasters-intimidated-managers-oil-refinery-battle.html

      ### Hostile Link ###

      --------------------------------------------------------------
      

      Relevant Press Regulation Wording:

      h**p://www.scribd.com/doc/180241872/Final-Royal-Charter-25-October-2013-clean-Final-pdf

      Related EU documentation:

      h**p://ec.europa.eu/information_society/media_taskforce/doc/pluralism/hlg/hlg_final_report.pdf

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  73. 228
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Buy some Fisherman’s Friend lozenges and give them to an elderly neighbour so they have something to hand out to trick or treaters tonight.

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    • 239
      JH30943409534 says:

      Just tell them to have a Socialist Halloween.

      If any kids come to your door, take half their sweets by force and send them away telling them they are evil capitalists but to come back next year with even more sweets.

      Gorge yourself on a third of the sweets you took, waste another third and hand out the leftovers to the kids who couldn’t be bothered to go out trick or treating, particularly if they have formed a special ‘Union Of Kids Who Can’t Really Be Bothered To Work For Their Sweets’. Those kids must also be given sweets every year from then on, even when they are too old to go trick or treating in the first place.

      Next year, do the same thing except call it ‘Democratic’ Socialist Halloween because you and the missus have agreed the system is a such good idea beforehand.

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      • 261
        Anonymous says:

        And where do the capitalists get the sweets, masks and other cheap Halloween rubbish? Is it not some Third World country, with no Health & Safety or basic Human Rights? Some undemocratic police state, where the tax rates on big business is as low-as-poss and unions are out-lawed. For in this way, the capitalist profit from Halloween. For them. greed really is good.

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  74. 231
    Sally Bercow says:

    I attempt to rebrand socialism by prefixing it with democratic. But how can a political elite controlling an oppressive state be democratic?

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    • 235
      JH30943409534 says:

      ‘Democratic’ socialism is ‘democratic’ in the same way that the ‘Democratic’ Republic of Congo is democratic.

      A desperate gambit to try and get their precious through the door again, but the left really don’t have any ideas left. Amusingly it is also a tacit admission that previous versions of socialism were not ‘democratic’.

      Their creed fails every single time, leaving unquantifiable misery in its wake.

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  75. 232
    albacore says:

    There’s no penalty for flashing your bum
    These days at authority, then, by gum
    But you’d better watch out what you’re crooning
    Just keep your gobs shut and stick to mooning

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2480463/Seven-Charlton-Athletic-fans-jailed-banned-football-52-years-Stephen-Lawrence-racist-abuse-train.html

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  76. 236
    Left wing filth says:

    ex-politico Gordon Brown

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  77. 240
    T.B£iar - the People's Messiah says:

    SAME OLD LABOUR, SAME OLD LIES

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  78. 241
    Things you won't read about in a state regulated press says:

    Reports of gunshots from a council estate in Leeds.

    Armed police officers were seen entering a flats on the estate with social workers, apparently with reason to execute care orders recently granted to the local authority.

    Word is that some of the UKIP supporters targeted attempted to resist demands for their children to be handed over.

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  79. 243
    From the cupboard under the stairs says:

    Dobby to appear on Loose Women today. Magic.

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  80. 255
    Nemesis says:

    Surely there are better ladies arses than that sun blocker?

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  81. 257
    John Bercow says:

    Sally can’t you get back to shagging pikeys its far less embarrassing

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  82. 260
    Anonymous says:

    Blue Moon
    You saw me standing alone
    Without a dream in my heart
    Without a love of my own

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