December 3rd, 2013

WATCH: Most Memorable Newsnight Ever

The world memory champion tries to recite the Newsnight credits:

That went well…


  1. 1
    Gordon Brown says:

    Ed Balls Eat my hamster!

  2. 2
    Hazel Blears says:

    Iron Cats?

  3. 3
    Anonymous says:

    Ian Katz is a Huntz

  4. 4
    Timmytour says:

    He had to prompt him a couple of times, but overall I think Jeremy’s performance was quite impressive

  5. 5
    plantagenet says:

    This is incredible

  6. 7
    Jeremy 'TaxPlan' Paxman says:

    What’s my top rate of tax ?

  7. 8
    Ah!!!!!!!!!! M says:

    Too much time in the Green Room.

  8. 9
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:


    • 35
      Politics, reduced to shite feewings says:

      Labour were the utter dullards who introduced the Climate Change Act. A bill so ridiculous, only a moron could support it.

      Oh wait, the entire LibLibCon herd of halfwits, perverts and looting liars supported it, I rest my case.

  9. 10
    Count Arthur Strong says:

    I could have done a sodding better job than this with me Memory Man Act!

  10. 11
    The British media are cunts says:

    I think he was doing an impression of the BBC who appear to have had a total fucking memory failure over just who was running (or should that be fucking up?) the economy from 1997 to 2010 and WHO gave us suicide bombers on the streets of London.

  11. 12
    Fuck the LibLabCon says:

    I’ll save you the trouble.

    Newsnight credits:

    Producer – Leftwing cυnt
    Editor – Leftwing cυnt
    Camera Man – Leftwing cυnt
    Camera Person – Leftwing cυnt
    Sound – Leftwing cυnt
    Reserters – Leftwing cυnt, Leftwing cυnt and another Leftwing cυnt

  12. 13
    Lessons will be learned says:

    I can see the headline now.

    Amazon Drone delivers books to Mu5lim school. Decapitates four kids in the playground.

  13. 14
    Tom Daley says:

    Chase me.

  14. 16
    Patten's 9 other employers says:

    Were any TV licence payers hurt in the making of that programme?

  15. 20
    Vince Cable says:

    I don’t recall being on Newsnight

  16. 22
    Police 'slavery' bullshit starts to unravel says:

    The sister of the Malaysian woman who was one of three allegedly held captive by the Maoist couple in London for 30 years says she was not “enslaved”.

    Kamar Mahtum told AFP after returning to Malaysia that her long-lost sister Siti Aishah Abdul Wahab, 69, looked “healthier than me”.

  17. 23
    Mark Oaten says:

    Remember me?

  18. 24
    Pede O'File says:

    Nice to hear Tom’s come out as one of the boys. He’s got a long career at the BBC ahead of him.

  19. 25
    altruism in industry says:

    Remember, remember the fifth of November Gunpowder, treason and plot.

  20. 28
    y says:

    what tedious stuff on here – could have talked about cameron’s jolly with his mates (at our expense) to china

    he avoids talking about china’s human rights problems (unlike when in sri lanka – boy he gets around) but he could have talked about his own, in this country but the old, disabled and unemployed will all be dead soon

    • 31
      Podiceps says:

      ‘the old, disabled and unemployed will all be dead soon’

      While I have no liking for Cameron, the suggestion that he is planning a Final Solution of the disabled and the unemployed is so fucking silly that I don’t think even the BBC would entertain it. I leave the old out, as I am old and will be dead soon, as tends to happen in these cases.

      You are probably needed back on the planet Zog, so I suggest you trot off there before you make even more of an idiot of yourself.

      • 34
        albacore says:

        But Cameron’s plan far exceeds that in scope
        It seeks not to leave just the old with no hope
        The sheer enormity of its treachery
        Is unprecedented in our history
        (Of course, all Parliament is in on the act)
        Open your eyes and see it being made fact
        The ethnic cleansing of the entire nation
        By, otherwise senseless, mass immigration

        • 40
          Jack Straw ( Labour racist ) says:

          The English, as a race, do not deserve to survive.

        • 47
          FFS says:

          I don’t feel like I’m getting ethnically cleansed. Just squeezed into an ever smaller corner of my own homeland.

      • 38
        Master of the Universe says:

        You are not even ⅔ of a century yet!

        Begone with this foolish talk of being old.

  21. 39
    The BBC supports "responsible capitalism" says:

    The BBC is working hard all this week to re-assure the public ahead of 1 January that immigration is good for the UK and that fears of massive influx of Roumanianas and Bulgarians is much exaggerated…… most of them will go to Italy

  22. 42
    allan skerratt says:

    That film clip will not work. Who was the guest? Date: Mon, 2 Dec 2013 23:44:31 +0000 To:

  23. 43
    Peter Martin says:

    To be fair, after BIJ/McAlpine pretty much the entire BBC top management appeared to forget about the entire programme too, if they possibly could

  24. 48
    Jonas von Essen says:

    I don’t remember doing any of this.

  25. 49

    I think what you’re doing here is pretty good. But there is a few problems with your argument and I think you should probably rethink it.

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Cathy Jamieson MP, Labour’s Shadow Treasury minister, commenting on Treasury analysis of the economic impact of tax changes…

“If the Treasury is looking at the economic impact of tax changes, then surely it should examine the impact of the rise in VAT and cuts to tax credits? George Osborne’s £12 billion VAT rise knocked confidence, helped to choke off the recovery and has cost families £1,350 over the last three years.”

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What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?

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