November 11th, 2013

Rich’s Monday Morning View


  1. 1
    The Common Purpose stooge infesting no. 10 says:

    Can’t think what everyone’s getting on their high horse about.


  2. 2
    The tally man says:

    If only ordinary people could simply say ‘sorry’ and get away with it eh?

    Sorry makes it all better, lesson learned lets move on, stealing and cheating on expenses is a mistake anyone could make but only in MP land can the cheats simply say sorry and get away with it. But if someone fails to pay a parking ticket or one the thousands of types of fines the regime has invented saying sorry is not enough.


    • 3
      Juan Lawforthepoor says:

      What this country needs is a stable government that listens to those it’s supposed to represent.


      • 174
        Old Hal says:

        Tha’s asking for the moon old cock, they declare their policy manifestoes (mostly blatant lies sucking up to who the leadership are their followers) few of which are enacted. The trouble is people vote slavishly for the party who mostly appeal to their prejudices but in the UK system the person voted for is not for the political party they belong to but the man/woman/and those not too sure, but I am fed up with being asked to vote for this person or that person who I do not know or have even heard of (and that is not just political parties and politics). What has happened to party candidates pre election public meetings where folks can ask prospective candidates questions on where they stand on issues relevant to their communities. I have only been to one public meeting 50 years ago and it was the incumbent MP but there were no rival public meetings from memory.


    • 14
      albacore says:

      While the LibLabCon gang can replace our whole nation
      Fiddling expenses is a petty aberration
      Hardly worth even brief passing consideration
      Let alone an apology in exculpation


    • 36
      Danny Boy calling Broadsword says:

      Did he not notice he was overclaiming because:

      1) Being numerate is beneath an MP?

      2) He’s so bloody rich he didn’t think his electricity bill for his house was a tad on the high side?

      3) He was so busy sticking his nose in the taxpayers’ bottomless trough that he didn’t think he couldn’t get away with it?

      Sorry just doesn’t cut in any case.


      • 118
        Nadhim Zahawi says:

        I was trying to stable-ise the economy.


      • 153
        Pakee Bashir says:

        People like Nadhim enrich our country (and themselves of course).


      • 169
        davidc says:

        from the daily mail

        Tory MP’s claim for electricity to his stables is exposed by the Press: The same Press he wants to bring under state control

        now why should he and all the others be so keen on state control of the press ?

        answers on a postcard please


      • 179
        Disappointed Elector says:

        He can only save himself by publishing his company accounts to prove he didn’t include the heating costs there. Then, he might claim financial incompetence. If not, the next Stratford MP will be UKIP!


  3. 4
    Fuck the EU says:

    Stuff the horses, exit the EU.


  4. 5
    Jamie Gideon Oliver says:

    Thought we were supposed to eat horses, not heat them.


  5. 7
    broderick crawford says:

    my horse has bolted ….


  6. 8
    broderick crawford says:

    always look a gift horse in the mouth especially if sanctioned by IPSA…


  7. 9
    Fabians are Evil - says:

    The man is a fool but at least he is not a socialist or some type of green eco loon – both of which are truly dangerous


  8. 10
    broderick crawford says:


    Fiona Woolf pnew lady mayoress of london

    what a looker !!!

    makes pleasant change from faceless gormless male suits who preceded her whose only recognisable attribute was a beer paunch …. or what australian ladies affectionately dub ” the verandah above the toyshop …”


  9. 11
    Lawrence says:

    Expect any less from an Arab ?


  10. 15
    "Call me Dave" Dave says:

    He never even offered me a ride, unlike lovely, innocent RB


  11. 16
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP says:



    • 18
      Window Licker Alert says:

      Been out on the piss have we?


    • 124
      BBC - Bringing Back Communism says:

      We are doing our best to cover this up this MP scandal by not mentioning it.
      However IF we get information from our socialist network that they are innocent of this and the Nasty Tories are guilty then we will broadcast this scandal worldwide.


  12. 20
    Shaw Todds says:

    Aha! Another real hot favourite for imminent deselection?


  13. 22
    nellnewman says:

    Good to stay vigilant over these troughing MP’s and keep reminding oujrselves about their greed etc


  14. 23
    Nadhim 'Hot Horse' Zahawi says:

    The horses need to be kept warm at tax payer expense so as they can perform in the specialized movies which the European’s order.

    The kids from the local care home love to visit my petting zoo. A stable environment we can document their love of animals.


  15. 25
    Vote UKIP - don't get owned says:

    Vote Tory and be a Tory toff arse warmer.


  16. 26
    Bluto says:

    The cartoon is inappropriate on this day of all days.



  17. 30
    Vote UKIP - don't get owned says:

    And the Tory toff arse lickers wonder why there are some people in this country who will never vote Tory (but may vote UKIP).


  18. 31
    Danny Boy calling Broadsword says:

    11/11/13. Just 95 years since the pointless slaughter ended.


    • 114
      From the Somme to Helmand says:

      You could argue that all wars since have been pointkess and merely a result of the messy end to WW1 and that we have just had periods of uneasy peace in between


  19. 37
    BBC + C4 says:

    We are gutted.
    We have been banging on for months about how the government scheme to buy houses cheaply will not only help the well off but will cause a massive housing bubble and bring down the entire western economy.

    But, now, we are having to report, albeit negatively, that there has only been a couple of thousand applicants and three quarters of them are from outside London and what’s worse they are first time buyers in the low price range. grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr


  20. 39
    barking says:

    i honestly don’t know who this is or what it’s about. please give me a pointer in the right direction.


  21. 40
    Arse Licker says:



  22. 41
    Casual Observer 3 says:

    Justine Greening on BBC trying to link the typhoon in Philippines with Climate change.

    That is b/s.

    Typhoons are normal in this part of the world. Thanks to F’ukushima, this one may have been the first slightly radioactive one. Birth defects in the survivors and future cancer rates may confirm.

    US has plenty of bases (naval / air) in that area. Naval support vessels are likely returning at present. It will be these that will restore fresh water.

    Given the geopolitical issues between Ch!na and US in this region it would perhaps be wiser to expect aid to enter after the c’holera outbreaks have started and Ch!na has demonstrated that it cannot commit.

    Before sending any aid into that country it should be noted that:

    i) It is an area where Al-Qaeda are operating: A bonus of the storm would be to destroy this.
    ii) The country is a US interest
    iii) The people there are fundamentally untrustworthy.

    This is a country where young children are imprisoned with their mothers and life is generally regarded as cheap.

    The biggest economic impact of this storm is that O’bamacare has maybe just lost its primary source of cheap nursing staff for the next few years.


    • 47
      Ianto Evans says:

      If the Yanks want cheap medical staff what is wrong with raiding the UK?


    • 58
      Jon Snaps says:

      Her ilk are rubbing their hands with glee at the death toll and blaming it on the man made global warming.

      Except the maximum wind strengths reported by the BBC were wrong and the storm was not the worst on record. What is likely to have caused the carnage is a storm surge plus the usual slaughter from flying corrugated sheets.

      Always be sceptical of press pictures though, as the money only comes from shooting at an angle from which the devastation looks worst.

      Also be wary of leaders trying to out bid each other on cash aid. The first thing that happens around a disaster zone is for building materials to rocket in price as the money flows, closely followed by shipping containers containing all sorts also chasing the money. The best aid usually comes from the Yanks who have Navy ships equipped with engineers, plant and materials that are able to rebuild roads, hospitals, restore power and provide water.


      • 82
        Casual Observer 3 says:

        The principal aid, like in the 2004 T’sunami, will come from US support vessels. These are equipped with on-board desalination plants / power generators, enough to supply and power a small city. Certainly enough to get engineers in to help with clean up and get the basic infrastructure / airports functional.

        Once airports are functional, US will be principal in getting immediate aid flown in.

        The storm surge would have caused most of the real damage.

        With the A’sia pivot there is plenty of naval support in the area, Guam is only a few days away which is likely where the vessels usually stationed in Manila were transferred prior to the storms arrival.

        The US has already dispatched aid, logistics dictates a minimum time for arrival.

        The local news reports from surrounding countries would be instructive for people to hear. If in same vein as what happened in A’ceh, then general gist will be: Not our problem.

        Except in V’ietnam and southern Ch!na, where Ch!na will be mopping up.

        There may be some power play here which could affect people on the ground as Ch!na has been trying to extend its sphere over the Philippines for some time.

        This ‘disaster’ could be very useful in reorienting the loyalties of the Philippine government and people.


        • 128
          Just Saying says:

          Good points. Pity the BBC only come out with the usual handwringing whimpish talking heads diatribe.


          • Casual Observer 3 says:

            BBC are just trying to sell the EU / UK NGOs line on this, and global warming b/s.

            This would be the same UK NGOs which have virtually zero presence in the region, and who will likely take a vacation when the initial clean up work has been done to make some video’s in order to get funding from mugs in the UK sorted for next year.

            As a distraction from the problems which are continuing to become more obvious in the UK, this broadly fails.


          • BBC says:

            we love Filipinos, especially the little boys.


    • 68
      Fishy says:

      No she wasn’t.

      The beeboid was trying to do so, quoting the evil Guardian at her.

      Later they were creaming themselves thinking Major was criticising Cameron about privilege, when told, no it was the last Government, Evan Davies lost interest, saying he was a Tory so he would.

      Close the BBC


      • 130
        Just Saying says:

        The Toady Programme obviously got some flack on the Major speech in not mentioning he blamed Labour. Early this morning Evan Davies made no mention of this, later it was mentioned.


      • 146
        himindoors says:

        Agreed, but notice how she chose her words carefully. Politicos like her are scared of challenging the BBC’s core beliefs on air.


    • 71
      Global Warmists Sink to New Lows says:

      An ethical challenge for Greg Laden – put your money where your mouth is


  23. 43
    Anonymous says:

    Presumably he does his expenses on the hoof?


  24. 44
    Arrogance or common matters not says:

    So either he was deliberately stealing the electricity from the taxpayer, or he is so rich that he did not realise his stables were burning £4,000 of taxpayer electricity.

    It is almost certainly the former but the arrogance of the excuse he has given is just as bad.

    One thing is for sure, sorry is not good enough and he should be deported back to Iraq.


    • 46
      War Profiteer, or Oil ? says:

      Kurdish parents, there is the oil interest.

      Why did Stratford Upon Avon feel this guy was suitable to represent their interests ?


      • 51
        Stratford publican says:

        Out! … you’re barred.


      • 72
        Ianto Evans says:

        He ain’t the first to make a mistake with his expenses and he will not be the last sitting Midlands MP to get away with it.


        • 84
          War Profiteer, or Oil ? says:

          Yes. But this little piggy has a long and close history with Jeffrey Archer.

          Not a Penny more, not a Penny less. So returning more than he needs to suggests that he perhaps has been stealing more than has so far been discovered.


        • 133
          Twatson, Dromey, Bryne and comrades. says:

          Are you accusing us?


      • 88
        Stable warm diet says:

        Because he is very good on his feet and the old codgers at the constituency party (average age over 80) lapped it up at the selection meeting …well the ones that bothered to turn up that is


  25. 49
    Centre Parting says:

    Gets refuge in this country then repays us by stealing.

    Very poor show.


  26. 50
    Anonymous says:

    I see the the Guardian is using the deaths of thousands to promote its lie about global warming again.

    Apparently we never had bad weather before the left invented global warming.

    Be it Milly Dowler or dead babies in the far east, the left never miss a chance to use their deaths for political gain.


    • 63
      Anonymous says:

      I see the the Guardian is using the deaths of thousands to promote its lie about global warming again.

      Justin Webb on R4s Today programme was doing the very same. He seemed very pleased with himself for slipping it in btw.


  27. 52
    Ironic Justice says:

    Perhaps there should be a YouGov poll run to find out what people think about this.


  28. 54
    David Cameron says:

    John Major.


  29. 56
    George Gideon Oliver Osborne says:

    Jon Major.


  30. 57
    Grant Shapps says:

    John Major.


  31. 59
    The 1922 Committee says:

    John Major.


  32. 60
    The Poof In Residence says:

    John Major.


  33. 61
    John Major says:

    John Major.


  34. 65
    Ric Holden,CCHQ says:

    John Major.


  35. 66
    Ubergruppenfuhrer Owen Jones says:

    John Major.


  36. 67
    A spokesperson for Guido Fawkes says:

    John Major.


  37. 70
    Sally Bercow says:

    C’est cela qui fait de nous des alliés et j’espère pour encore très longtemps.


  38. 73
    Paniagua V5 says:

    The stables will not need any electricity after the shortly incoming Romanian hordes steal and eat the horses.


  39. 77
    Chukka Umunna says:

    I like Mily Cyrus mon


  40. 79
    Tosser Dave says:

    This man is nearly ideal as a M.P. in my all inclusive multicultural equal opportunity new Conservative party.

    1. He is a recent immigrant.

    2. He steals from the taxpayers.

    If only he was in a bum sex relationship, then he would be perfect.


  41. 81
    Lib Dem MP says:

    Anyone got a franking machine they are willing to swap for 2 interns?


  42. 85
    Tubbs says:

    Chargers may follow.


    • 86
      Daily Mail Hack says:

      What he is now claiming for charging his many taxpayer funded tablets and small electrical items as well?


  43. 87
    John Major says:

    - It’s not what you know, but who you know. Duh !

    And John Major doesn’t say:

    This is how the EU has changed society. Welcome to the new European Soviet, where we have leaders, plebs and no middle class or social mobility based on merit.


    • 96
      Ian Dunghole Slut says:

      What the fuck has this got to do with the EU????????????????


      • 105
        John Major says:

        EU monetary / fiscal policies are destroying the middle class.

        What is happening in the UK is the same as what is going on over in Europe.

        The EU is what is responsible for the annihilation of social mobility.


  44. 89
    Vote UKIP - don't get owned says:

    Does this go under the category of current affairs?


  45. 93
    Ian Dunghole Slut says:

    You monkeys deserve all those Rroma that are coming your way! If you can pay for this git’s horses, why not some Rroma beggars and thieves. At lea


  46. 95
    Ian Dunghole Slut says:

    You monkeys deserve all those Rroma that are coming your way! If you can pay for this git’s horses, why not some Rroma beggars and thieves. At least you will befeeding their lovely kiddies.


  47. 96
    The Shit we have to put up with says:

    Democracy doesn’t really exist in the UK because of the safe seat system. People accept it because that is all they know plus they are constantly told we have the oldest and best democracy in the world…except the origins are not from these parts.

    It wasn’t that long ago when the people believed that parliamentarians were honourable people and could be trusted to audit their own expenses.


    • 107
      Vote UKIP - don't get owned says:

      I blame all those fuckers who voted against AV because they feared a permanent Labour/Lib Dem government. If you add up the Tories and UKIP together they could probably beat Labour and Lib Dem. So, as UKIP now outpoll Lib Dem consistently, it is a bit fucking rich for the Tory toff arselickers now to complain about a vote for UKIP being a vote for Labour.


      • 175
        Living in 98.11% white Merseyside says:

        Wait till 2015 to see how UKIP perform. They’ll need a new leader now that poor old Nige is past his sell by date.


  48. 98
    Chuck Ummuna says:

    ** sulk **


  49. 100
    The Romanian Remus Tribe all 250 of them says:

    Looking forward to Jan 1 2014 & being welcomed with open arms to your
    wonderful country where we may have to borrow a few things each & every day
    from any unoccupied house we come across until our UK supplied benefits come is regularly flowing……

    I have 25 borrowed horses can I bring them as well for free stabling, free food & free electricity?

    Sorry my english no good but a visiting UK group of MP’s on a jolly supplied
    by your very nice Tax Payers translated this for me….

    Why cant we all be there for Xmas we have a lot of thieving to do for our
    large families its not fair……


    • 110
      kmc says:

      Please borrow my neighbour’s children indefinitely.

      I know you’re probably planning to do that anyway, but I just thought I’d mention it in case you forget.


      • 182
        The Romanian Remus Tribe all 250 of them says:

        Oh thank you……most ungrateful

        & the old Romanian greeting Fcuk you to…most welcome


  50. 103

    For hundreds of years mainland Europe has been trying to rid themselves of the scurge of the Roma Gypsies , robbing ,thieving , begging conning , murdering scum
    Hitler even gassed two million of them

    Only now in 2014 / 2014 have they solved their problem ,
    by sending them here !

    At least with the new competition , our resident Irish tinkers might fuck off back home


    • 152
      Paddy says:

      You’re Roma are wasting their feckin time, by January 2014, we’ll have had all the lead of the roofs and the cabling from the feckin railway


      • 166
        coal-black hackney says:



        • 208
          Diane Abbot says:

          No, it’s not racist.
          Roma aren’t proper black and proud Africans, like wot I is.
          They are brownings filth and should be gassed at mark five for three hours and put into patties.



      • 167
        Rail Announcement for Passengers thinking of using the train says:

        WE rgret to announce that as it’s a Monday that there are overunning Engineering Works everywhere and that there are delays on West Coast Mainline due to signalling problems at Watford; Milton Keynes and Stafford. An alternatiive bus service is running between Manchester and Euston. Please avoid travelling to-day. Tickets will be valid for travel tomorrow. We apologise for any incovenience to those who have paid exorbitant fees for your season ticket. Please note that we do not guarantee a seat or in fact a train. We value your comments and you may phone our 0845 number for further pointless advice. Calls 35p per minute. Average wait 15 minutes(which is better than our average train delay figures let’s face it !)Thank you.

        PS Support HS2. You know that it will be £50 Billion well spent !!


  51. 108
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP


  52. 109
    Michael Gove says:

    One in four children leave London primary schools illiterate and I want to encourage this with increased egalitarianism in schools.


    • 111
      Ed Balls says:

      Schools must not produce winners.


    • 112
      Edukashun Edukashion Educachun says:


      Iz dat like egz benedict but wiffout benedict?


      • 131
        Liberal Edukyshun Officer (aka Teacher) says:

        Now Abdul, you know if is ‘benefits’ not ‘benedict’.

        If you make that mistake again you will not get any income from the government to supplement your drugs and teen-grooming business.


      • 135
        Labour-educated yoof with an A* in GCSE English says:

        ‘Egalitarianism’ is like obveeusly a maid-up wurd innit.


    • 163
      MARK OATEN it's the way i Smell e'm says:

      That number will double on January 1st next year when four million illiterate gypo sprogs turn up on our door step


  53. 115
    Tony Blair says:

    What’s an electricity bill?


  54. 117
    Guy News Room says:

    GCHQ set up fake pages on LinkedIn and other websites in order to spy on communications firms, it has been claimed.
    Leaked documents apparently reveal that the British surveillance service targeted security staff responsible for safeguarding networks across Europe.
    The claim is likely to lead to further controversy among Britain’s allies coming just a week after it was reported that the UK was spying on Germany via its embassy in Berlin.


    • 127
      Casual Observer 3 says:

      The NSA likely own the servers. :-)


    • 142
      So What? says:

      Errr…What’s wrong with that?

      Now if they had not been doing such things, then there would be raised eyebrows.


      • 155
        James Bond on Facebook says:

        Is ‘linked in’ a legitimate target ? Perhaps if the security services are on the lookout for fraudulent profiles, or evidence of foreign agents trying to infiltrate. Great way to get some real background if a fake identity is needed for an operative.

        This is for sure an area where the grey area between legit surveillance and illegitimate surveillance is questionable. Seems more like territory for the police, upon request.

        It would be foolish to think that they do not have a battery of accounts on Twitter also.

        Now Miss Moneypenny, pick up the pencil again you naughty girl.

        ** Click Send **


  55. 120
    Bill S. says:

    Something is rotten in the town of Stratford.


  56. 134

    Is he going to challenge Boris for “Mare” of London ?


  57. 138
    William Shakespeare says:

    Much Ado About Nothing. Well that’s what that rich Arab with the livery who has just moved into the area told me.


  58. 140
    altruism in industry says:

    Is it something to do with the Indian Chess Grandmaster ?


  59. 141
    UKIP or bust says:

    Is the public now saddled with the cost of his troughing?


  60. 143
    Ion Escavescou says:

    Will you have a seven bedroomed house ready for January 2014 please and somewhere to park the people carrier.


    • 145
      Ion Escavescou says:

      Apologies for no ‘?’ at end of sentence, no good English yet, but I can count money good!


    • 190
      The Rt Hon D Cameron MP says:

      Dear Ivon

      No no Ivon, on no account buy your own people carrier, that would be a waste. What you do is get here and pretend to be disabled and then apply for a free car, you get a choice and only the best will do. Bring your extended family, adopt ten orphans from your local orphanage preferably disabled and the money will roll in. And go to the housing office with a lawyer, they will get you everything including the house/mansion of your dreams. Hope to be enriched by your presence and look forward to our smelly taxpayers footing the bill.


      David Cameron


      • 200
        Come and get it! says:

        Actually there is no need to adopt more children. Just borrow a friend’s children when you go to claim child benefit and say they are yours. There is no way the benefits office can disprove it. It works for Somali claimants so why not for you.

        Welcome one welcome all
        Welcome to the amusement park
        Full of laughter, games and rides
        Just remember fun is on your side.


        • 213
          Dave Cameroon says:

          Of course, splendid idea what, you all look the bally same in any case,borrowing someone else’s kiddies, that shows initiative and that’s what I want in this country, well done!


      • 214
        Ion Escavescou says:

        Oh thank you mr Cameron sir, nice informations for us, but we know this because nice British people have already paid for a benefits advisory unit in Bucharest to tell us all these wonderful things, looking forward to enriching time.


  61. 147
    MARK OATEN it's the way i Smell e'm says:

    So he’s saddled us with more debt ?

    is this politics on the hoof ?

    Can we not boot him out after a Gallop poll ?

    This guy is a real Manestream trougher

    Is he in a stable relationship ?

    Is he a friend of “Mr Ed ” Milliband ?

    or is he a Cameron Stalking Horse ?


    • 205
      Anonymous says:

      Will the Tories withdraw the whip?
      Will he win the next election in a canter or lose by a short head?
      As support drifts away will he be left on his tod?
      He needs a legup and get back in the saddle asap.


  62. 148
    Guy News Room says:

    Croydon South Conservatives have released the shortlist of four candidates, which includes two women, to succeed Richard Ottaway, who is standing down from the seat he has held since 1992. Mr Ottaway has a majority of 16,000. The four candidates are Suella Fernandes, Lucy Frazer, Boris Johnson and Sir John Major.


    • 161
      MARK OATEN it's the way i Smell e'm says:

      Most Tories have held someones seat at some time or other


    • 177
      The tally man says:

      I hope that Quisling traitor major gets selected only to get deselected at the 205 general election, I truly hope a UKIP candidate beats him if only to rub his nose in the dirt like he rubbed ours in cultural enrichment.


  63. 157
    MARK OATEN it's the way i Smell e'm says:

    He’s not the only one
    340 MP’s claim electric bills for second homes on expenses , including Ed Milliband


  64. 158
    vircantium says:

    Bloody hell – I actually recognised the person in a Rich cartoon, and without having seen the story it was about!

    Time for a new doodler methinks, Guido.


  65. 168

    I don’t see your problem !
    Margaret Beckett claims for her heating , whats the difference ?


    • 193
      The Public says:

      Parliament purports to make laws, but is in no way capable of setting any kind of a moral example to anyone.


  66. 171
  67. 172
    Geoffrey Brooking says:

    One way to create a stable economy I suppose :-)


  68. 176
    Lord Stansted says:

    Court martial board: Show leniency towards Marine A

    Please sign the petition.


    • 192
      Poor Bloody Infantry says:

      No chance. Marine A will get clobbered, while Bliar, Camercnut, and the Top Brass fail to take any responsibility.

      They are the War Criminal.


      • 196
        altruism in industry says:

        Somebody should decide what’s going on. If we have established that we have an enemy then the best bet is to destroy them, and everybody who supports them. Rules of engagement and wotnot are presumably for when the other guy is playing by those rules. You say, “Oh, we must show that we are civilized and they are not ” fuck that, just obliterate the fuckers and move on.
        Thing is this is not a popular concept with people who are determined to bring about a globalization with them and their mates at the top of the tree.


        • 197
          altruism in industry says:

          as it’s getting near Christmas perhaps I should have said ” as the fairies at the top of the tree”


    • 195
      Flummery with no purpose says:

      A royal pardon is in order


  69. 180
    Owen Jones says:

    LOL! This is too funny!! Protest against Isr*eli “siege” postponed – because of Egyptian siege!


  70. 181
    A reporter from the Daily Planet says:

    Our sources tell us that Ian Duncan Smith is effectively out of the Government although he will remain in post for the foreseeable future to take criticism and avoid a reshuffle because there just are not the women available.


    • 191
      Everyone in Chingford says:

      He’s useless. Failed to prevent the ruination of the Walthamstow dog track and claimed he would get his mates Boris and Pickles to stop it. They ddn’t. He is now surplus to requirements


  71. 183
    fnar fnar says:

    We have a Troughers’ Crescent forming just south of Brum: Bromsgrove, Redditch and now Stratford.
    Is it something in the air?


  72. 198
    Hoof Hearted says:

    1984 meets Animal Farm


  73. 199
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    Once again the heat is on over MPs expenses.


  74. 201
    Member for Hatred of English People says:

    I am mortified to have been caught.


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