December 4th, 2013

Troughers Vote Against Recall Bill

Zac Goldsmith’s bill proposing to allow constituents to recall corrupt MPs passed its first reading by 127 votes to 17 this afternoon. Worth looking at a few of the names who voted against.

There is Labour’s Frank Dobson, who lives in £1 million council flat despite earning three times the average wage.

What about Brian Donohoe, who put through a £2,575 expense claim for one three-seat and two double-seater sofas.

Tom Harris with his three iPads at the taxpayers’ expense.

Not to mention John Baron, who bought a three-bedroom house £153,500, claimed expenses on the mortgage repayments, and then sold the property for £250,000.

And finally Paul Beresford, who through his second job as a dentist, designated his west London property, which includes his surgery, as his second home on expenses.

What possible reason could they have for voting against?


  1. 1
    Leige Asper says:

    C*nts, all.


  2. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    To be fair its hard to find an MP that is not a trougher!


  3. 3
    DAVE'S FIRE SALE theres no money left says:

    We’re all in it together !


  4. 4
    Total Recall says:

    They’ll be back.


  5. 5
    yes ukip can says:

    Vote Liblabcon, get crook.


  6. 6
    Popeye says:

    Would you believe, corruption?


  7. 7
    DAVE'S FIRE SALE theres no money left says:

    Once i have sold off the remaining” family silver ” to my filthy rich chums , there really will be no money left when little Ed destroys me at the next election

    And you lot will have to suffer tax rises to pay for any future investments

    God i’m a genius !


    • 255
      Cameron's shit, but Ed isn't the solution says:

      Don’t let Ed anywhere near ‘investing’ anything.

      The tool was responsible for the idiotic conspiracy against taxpayers, with his Climate Change Act.

      An Act so badly thought out, that it will force millions into fuel poverty and tens of thousands to freeze to death every year.


      • 281
        Vlad the Loudhailer says:

        Plus the destruction of thousands of jobs, and remember that every job that the green energy sector has created due to a subsidy has destroyed two real jobs, due to higher fuel costs and added taxation!


  8. 9
    Nigella says:

    Just going to powder my nose.


  9. 11
    Vazoline says:

    I don’t want to see any dishonesty in the House . It is for honourable members only.


  10. 13
    Stanards & Privileges Committee says:

    Give them a break! Members need to eat so live and let live.


    • 15
      BBC says:

      Especially the Labour ones they do it out of the goodness of their own hearts to help the poeple, it’s the nasty evil baby eating conservative scum that are to blame.


      • 55
        Man on a bike on Dowing Street says:

        I object to that remark. Don’t you know who I am?


      • 63
        Rightwinggit says:


        That’s Afrikaans, isn’t it?


      • 115
        Blowing Whistles says:

        To BBC – Ek is jammer poeple! but you are wrong it is the LibLabCon in cahoots wit de evil corrupt of de left and de evil corrupt of de right; wit dere suborned stoopid pigs who have been robbing the masses foor decades – and doon’t foorgit the iiilegal fraterrnity have had a hand in it all – to’get’her.


  11. 17
    Anonymous says:

    Westminster : the destination of choice of the criminal classes.


  12. 18
    Axe The Telly Tax &Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    Seeing as the Tories are going to get annihilated on 7th May 2015, they might as well go out with a bang and hand over an even bigger clusterfuck to Labour.

    Instead of a scorched earth policy they should do what the Romans did and salt the earth itself so nothing can grow for years.

    They should also leave a note for Ed Balls saying “goodbye and thanks for all the fish” :-)


    • 45
      One-term Dave (dragging the Tories to their grave) says:

      “salt the earth itself so nothing can grow for years.”

      Why do you think I’m burying the countryside under concrete, old bean? You don’t think you actually need an HS2, do you?

      Gufff- haw haw haw haw haw haw haw haw hawwww!

      Tally ho.


    • 239
      Carthago delenda est says:

      Do what the Romans did

      At least the Romans did it to foreigners and not their own people.


  13. 19

    Leave Paul Beresford alone!

    He is hard working to the maxillary and is the member for Molar Valley which is an amalgam of Guildford and Woking. He caries deeply about his constituents, has a plaque on his house and distals his own whisky. He suffered from mesials as a young boy and thus became occusalled from school but recovered completely by walking his canines. His surgery is hardly palatal but he treats mesiolingual patients from the mandibular regions without making them feel inferior.


  14. 20

    Leave Pаul Beresford alone!

    He is hard working to the maxillary and is the member for Molar Valley which is an amalgam of Guildford and Woking. He caries deeply about his constituents, has a plaque on his house and distals his own whisky. He suffered from mesials as a young boy and thus became occusalled from school but recovered completely by walking his canines. His surgery is hardly palatal but he treats mesiolingual patients from the mandibular regions without making them feel inferior.


    • 36
      nellnewman. says:

      OMG SC have you been infected by the same virus that has got russelbrand?


      • 52
        gramma says:

        Comes from confusing cocaine with novocain or xylocain Nell.

        Maybe Cat is occusalled too. Occusalled??????


        • 80
          Nigella's floury baps says:

          That’s what I should have said !
          I’m addicted to Novocain, not cocaine! On account of my hubby being such a pain in the arse.


        • 85
          nellnewman. says:

          I didn’t know russelbrand was associated with cocain, novocain and zylocain whatever they are? I just thought he suffered from an overactive ego and verbal diarrhoea.


        • 86

          OK. I know it is not that close to excluded but it has the same metre. The problem is that I retained my wisdom teeth which now have to stand in for my pre-frontal cortex which appears to have become vestibular. I realise that this proximal humour may not be to everyone’s taste but was filling in the time before I had to extract myself from my chair to take a bath. I certainly had not meant to gum the discussions up but merely gingival the conversation up a bit. Perhaps we are too long in the tooth for the palate of present company and the labiodental fricative fails to bridge the gap. Naturally, I do not wish to get too close to the dentary bone by putting my foot in my mouth.


    • 65
      White rabbit says:

      Counterfeit moggy


      • 88

        I assure you, sir, that it is only my constitution which is forged (like an anvil) and not my character.


        • 117
          Blowing Whistles says:

          You and either your jekyll or hyde kitty persona have been toasted and roasted on here.


        • 145
          White rabbit says:

          I am satisfied that you’re the real McCoy although your comments tonight seem ‘unusual’. You have either imbibed heavily or caught a cold on your recent travels.


          • That is extraordinary! Your second guess is spot on. Somewhere between England and the River Inn, a fucking mega-cold managed to get me and two week later I am still in the late stages of fighting it off by the side of the sunny but cold Adriatic.

            My approach has been deliberately not been serious today as I have been doing practical work up ladders but the idea that a 70 year old MP should be a practising dentist is just too much to resist. I already knew a load of dental terms but when you research, there are fucking thousands of them. I could write a whole book on it and it reminds me of Stanley Unwin and the way he used to contort words which sounded right on the face of it but simply ended up as gibberish. It is sheer genius to do this in the way that he did and I can only attempt a pale reproduction.

            I like to mix my stuff. I do like writing serious pieces, if the situation demands. Sometimes you just want to have a laugh. Sometimes you try but it just turns out crap.

            Sometimes you say something frivolous and manage to accidentally alight on a great truth that really needed saying. These, and more, all happen to me but I am sure that I am not alone in this.

            You might as well say that the only thing which is ‘unusual’ is something which is NOT unusual.


          • White rabbit says:

            A senile and fraudulent dentist could surely expect mountains of work.
            Add to those skills the lost art of ‘Australian Trenching’ and a place in history beckons. I just smile and gaze in the mirror to appreciate this once popular technique. Get well soon.


          • Thanks.

            One of the consolations of such a situation here is that I can feel justified in pouring a generous portion of grappa before I go to bed. Sometimes I drink it straight down and at others, I just sip it and let it run down the sore parts of my throat. Sheer bliss, given that it is some 80% by volume. I could not do it for too long as my liver would probably die decades before I did. :-)

            Australian Trenching. Sounds as if it should be in Urban Dic…


    • 94
      broderick crawford says:

      Congratulations you went under Guido s radar and managed to repeat yourself

      Truly orthodontically mandibular !!


  15. 21
    EXPOSE THEM says:


    • 29
      nellnewman. says:

      chrishuhne and twatson in one sentence – 2 mega egotistical people who have far more in common than they realise. They should get together for a drink.


    • 40
      A Windmill says:

      Is he still alive?
      I’d have thought that Carina would have shagged the living daylights out of him.


  16. 23
    Decisions Decisions... says:

    So if I vote Conservative we get 500,000 immigrants per year.
    So if I vote Liberal Democrats we get 500,000 immigrants per year.
    So if I vote Labour we get 500,000 immigrants per year.



    • 25
      Kathy Newman's Fat Cheque says:

      Not quite.

      With Tory it would be 500,000 immigrants a year, but lots of talk about restrictions.
      With Labour you’d they’d let 750,000 in but they’d claim it was 200,000. The real figure would be 900,000.
      With Liberals it would be unlimited immigration and all would be welcomed.


  17. 24
    Bill Quango MP/8 says:

    I voted in favour.
    Important to get one’s name on the ‘good’ list.

    But we’ll be dammed if we let this filthy piece of legislation get any further.
    Why its just the populist politics of opposition. A chance for disgruntled voters to cause mischief for a respected MP. An Undermining of a hardworking MPs commitment. The end of democracy …etc.


  18. 27
    nellnewman. says:

    It’s a very sad day for the self-serving MP community when one of their own tries to cut them off from the bottomless pit of taxpayers hard earned cash isn’t it?!


  19. 28
    Axe The Telly Tax &Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    Guido you better start being nice to Labour and their union paymasters and start putting the boot into the ConDems, because Labour are going to be in power on 7th May 2015 and with state control of the press they will be gunning for Murdoch and anyone else in the media who has been attacking them or the unions.

    Tick tock!


    • 31
      nellnewman. says:

      I was just reading that bullyballs is giving a speech tomorrow based on ‘flatlining , too far too fast and an economic upturn only benefitting a few’ – blah blah and blah…

      When you look at labour, its uninspring leadership, its tired economics and its meaningless phrases repeated over and over it’s very difficult to see how they could win the next election.


      • 38
        Axe The Telly Tax &Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

        Boundary bias+3 million Romas+UKIP+Dave “Call Me Fucking Useless” Cameron=Labour landslide.


        • 42
          nellnewman. says:

          Doubt it – as I understand it the Romas can’t even read and write – their focus is on picking pockets and shoplifting – don’t think voting in elections is even something they understand even if they were legally able to do it in 2015.


          • Dimmy Dave's Roma Apocalypse - 28 days and counting says:

            Well, the Roma aren’t going to vote, obviously, but the electorate aren’t going to reward Dimmy Dave for flooding the country with them, either.


          • Axe The Telly Tax &Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

            I didn’t mean the Romas were going to vote.



            Who says the Roma aren’t going to vote ,all it will take is a EU command and pictographic ballot papers will be distributed


    • 64
      Ed Balls says:

      I am the crisis that haunts myself.


    • 93
      Liebour enemies of the people says:

      What gunning for Murdoch, all his newspapers and all those Liebour MP ‘journalists’, the only way they would make any money is picking a pocket or two with the Romas, more like us plebs getting hit because we voted for the LibCon crap, with ID cards and a ninety day unknown stay in a clink near you just for breathing and being un PC.


  20. 30
    'I'm fed up with being in the shadows' Chuka Umunna says:


  21. 32
    pperrin says:

    Sorry – but its bollox.

    How will it work in practice? How would (say) Tim Yeo be recalled? He didn’t break any rules… But even his own party have deselected him for the next GE.

    So a petition of x,000 constituents? A submission to the house? Some faffing around? A referendum on him actually being ditched? A by-election to replace him? So in about 4 years time he… oh hang on… theres a general election before then…

    Give us 3 year parliaments and you won’t need recall – a re-election will already be imminent by the time you find out about any dubious behavior!


  22. 34
    Kippered says:

    UKIP have no recall policy.
    The Goldsmth proposal is crap. No one will be sacked the way he has rigged it.
    They are voting for a policy that will keep their jobs safe.
    Give everyone on the electoral register the right to register a recall vote and if 51% do so, the representative must stand down.


  23. 37
    Fishy says:

    I don’t care about the troughers, I’d sooner do all that is necessary to get rid of the awful, incompetent, sour, miserable, thick-as-pigshit, aggressive, machine politician, puppet that is Angela Eagle and her likes, who infest the BBC at every opportunity.

    Do you mean to tell me that these ignorant, pathetic, creepy, thick mutants are the best of British politics?


  24. 46
    World of Leather Sales says:

    £2,575 for a three-seat and two double-seater sofas is not a bad deal.


    • 59
      D efinitely F.cking S hit says:

      You can have one of ours in only 10 weeks for five UK pounds less than your advertised price, now that’s a sale!


      • 67
        Bank Holiday Extravaganza says:

        Do I get fifty years interest free credit and a job for my daughter if I am an MP?


  25. 50
    Anonymous says:

    Welcum to shithole Britian


  26. 57
    Fox News says:

    Coming up at 6.

    – Lauren Baumbermeinder asks “Muslims! Why do they cause so much darn trouble?”

    That’s why are the ragheads always pissed about something – 6 and 7 central.


  27. 58
    The British Public says:

    127 votes to 17.

    So, 500+ MPs don’t think this is important enough to the public to express an opinion.


    • 66
      Axe The Telly Tax &Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      All those lovely Christmas expenses to claim, oink oink.


    • 232
      Dr Watson & Sherlock says:

      500 on the take and don’t want to bring themselves to attention.

      I suggest we investigate them all.


  28. 60
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP


  29. 68
    Higella says:

    After sprinkling icing-sugar on my cupcakes, I can hear the trees whispering and the flowers reciting poetry.


  30. 72
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    Newsflash – Labours next buzzword is CHAOS.

    Will we hear omnishambles, crisis and chaos in the same sentence?


    • 95
      nellnewman. says:

      Is that the Chaos of militwit’s leadership , or the chaos of bullyballs ‘flatlining, too far too fast,. failed economic proposals or the chaos of burnham’s deadly nhs non policies?

      I mean which chaos are they referring to ?


      • 111
        A reporter from the Daily Planet says:

        If Dave keeps demolishing Millipede then there is just enough time to get rid this side of the Election and have him replaced by Tristram Hunt.


      • 126
        i don't n eed no doctor says:

        Labour only refer to others. Come on you know how the socialist mind works.
        The word was used by Burnham tonight with regard to ambulance to hospital times. If Burnham had to have an injection they would have to use a drill as his skin is so thick.


    • 228
      Ed Balls says:

      Too far, too soon!

      Not enough, too late!

      Too much bollox, too many commies!


  31. 73
    John Tandy says:

    Of course they are Turkeys do not vote for early Christmas’s…..


  32. 77
    Hoots! It's Clown says:

    In a belated mark of respect to the Glasgow helicopter crash victims, my underpants have been at half-mast all day.


    • 135
      Elfin Safety says:

      Did the victims ever explain how they came to be drinking right underneath the path of that non-emergency police helicopter flight?


  33. 83
    An awkward bastard says:

    What exactly doe you do with three iPads ?


  34. 89
    Cammo says:

    Such a shame. I had big hopes for Zachary, so much breeding and potential/ lolly. The green thing worked for a bit but all this cleaning up business. Now look, he really doesn`t get it, why we are here, why we have to trough… claim.


  35. 98
    Fox News says:

    And now ..some Europe…what’s going on in Europeland Tammy?

    Hi John..well the news in Engerland is that 3 million Bulgormanians are preparing to leave Their Romarian homeland and settle in London, Engerland. And for a country as tiny as London, that will cause some problems.

    I’ll say so Tammy. Why are they all coming? Economy doing great there? Lots of jobs? not really John. It’s just that the Europeland senate made a treaty of some sort. Imagine if Obama decided that all Mexicans could legally move to America…

    I sure could imagine Obama doing that..but..if there are no jobs.. .

    Well quite John. But in Engerlondon people can get unlimited welfare for an unlimited time wether thy are from Engerland or someplace else. And the government will give a house and a pension to anyone that wants one..

    What! Anyone can just get a free house?

    Em..well no..not anyone..UK residents can’t. Only immigrants..oh..and everyone here has free healthcare. Everyone. No credit needed.

    So..are the people happy with this, Tammy?

    Well… The immigrants sure are. But there is no sign of anyone asking for boatloads of poor, huddled masses..only the politicians.

    Well why don’t the people do something about it? If that was my country,..

    As far as I can tell, John. The public are just panty-waist liberal pinkos who don’t really care so long as the PBS is good. And it is pretty good..they make Top Gear here,you know?

    Ok..well thanks Tammy. And goodbye Engerland you cream puff, cuckold has been whiny, nation… Grow a pair you commie loving bed setters and take your country back! Or you will end up like France and everyone will take the piss.


    • 114
      a fat gypsy girl heading back to France says:

      Talking about France they have now voted to criminalize prostitution.

      On top of that it is now reported that Hollande has had his prostate seen too without telling the electorate.


      • 147
        Leans forward in chair says:

        Are these two events connected?


      • 153
        Judge Dreadful says:

        Criminalising prostitution raises all sorts of evidential issues. If buyer and seller both agree on the transaction and decide not to co-operate, where does the evidence come from with which to prosecute anyone?


  36. 109
  37. 110
    altruism in industry says:

    I’m impressed with Zac, a few more like him and the country might win.


  38. 112
    The British media are cunts says:

    I thought Nigella was looking rather foxy today.


  39. 116
    Nigella must get him says:


  40. 117
    altruism in industry says:

    whenever I post on here I like to think that in some small way I am helping.
    That is because I feel very proud to belong to England and I want my country and it’s people to do well, to be healthy and creative and to live in the nature amongst all of the creatures that have survived through their success along side us. Of course some bacteria and virus can be our enemy and we can eradicate those but the ones that do us no harm I think we should try to co exist with them because in the future, who knows ? There might tomorrow be a discovery that turns your understanding around, perhaps it may be that a second coming of Jesus is a real possibility and all souls will be judged for their value to the universe. I would advise to try to be a nice person, to avoid acts that might be considered criminal or anti social and instead to make every effort to increase the comfort of others.


    • 121
      Axe The Telly Tax &Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      Not another god bothering eco-loon.


    • 123
      CarryHole is the porcine homunculus says:

      Nigella’s Dealer.


      • 138
        • 178
          altruism in industry says:

          of course it is not sensible to rely entirely on the ministry of food and forgetfulness or the ministry of milk and human kindness. Perhaps within a badger is something that might be very important if we did just know, perhaps in the weed that has survived for millennia in that boggy field contains a cure for a disease that we do not yet have. It is audacious for pleb politicians to think they can desecrate the land with toys and importations


          • badger (n.)
            1520s, perhaps from bage “badge” (see badge) + -ard “one who carries some action or possesses some quality,” suffix related to Middle High German -hart “bold” (see -ard). If so, the central notion is the badge-like white blaze on the animal’s forehead (cf. French blaireau “badger,” from Old French blarel, from bler “marked with a white spot;” also obsolete Middle English bauson “badger,” from Old French bauzan, literally “black-and-white spotted”)

            Unfortunately, Badger is also the brand name of Hall & Woodhouse of Blandford. I have heard it said that one should not take the piss out of this beer as it would not otherwise have any flavour left. Uncharitable.


          • Podiceps says:

            I have drunk Badger bitter in Dorset pubs. It is not wonderful.

            They also make something called Fursty Ferret, which is on sale in my local supermarket.

            Here is a recipe for a cocktail (in a pint glass) from Hall & Woodhouse’s web site:

            Ferret Bells


            25ml lemon juice
            25ml orange juice
            25ml bourbon
            20ml maple syrup


            Stir ingredients with a bar spoon.
            Fill pint glass with ice.
            Top with Fursty Ferret.
            Garnish with an orange wedge.

            Do people really drink such stuff?


          • Your second sentence is a masterclass in understatement. :-)


          • democracy in evolution says:

            lemons are good and useful in cooking. Maple syrup is a mystery it is collected by people who store the ooze of a damaged tree, like rubber used to come from rubber plantations apparently. how weird is that ?


          • London derrière says:

            Surely maple syrup is what the trees put on to keep their tops warm in winter ?


    • 176
      The Bible says:

      Apparently jesus didn’t want to co-exist with the very large number of fish he had slaughtered.


      • 191
        A Galilean Sushi Chef says:

        Technically, there is nothing in the bible saying that Jesus killed the fish. Or that he or anyone else cleaned or cooked them, for that matter.


  41. 128
    Zac Goldsmith for Prime Minister! says:

    I love Zac!


  42. 130
    Nicky G says:


  43. 146
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:



    • 150
      A child says:

      None of these agencies opinions are worth as damn – as the entire history of credit agencies’ involevment in financial frauds from long before Enron to date demonstrates amply


  44. 149
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:



  45. 156
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:



  46. 157
    Fishy says:

    Just watched the BBC iPlayer replay of the DP.

    One of the Eagle Brothers was really pissed with Brillo who showed her that despite Miliband’s contrived ‘cost of living crisis’, the ‘proper’ measure, real disposable income, as measured by the official statistics shows that household income is going up.

    Labour, are taking a leaf out of the 1960’s left wing agitators rule book, concocting crisis after crisis and trying to co-opt everyone into their doom and gloom agenda.

    Actually DP was a case of beauty and the beast today. On the one hand there was Eagle, on the other Jo Coburn, looking really rather hot. I wonder if she was off to lunch after the show, followed by a French afternoon.


    • 160
      Infiltration Watch says:

      Labour, are operating according to the Socialsit Party and Socialist Workers Party rule books, concocting crisis after crisis and trying to co-opt everyone into their doom and gloom agenda. There is a reason for that.


  47. 161
    Towel heads says:

    Why are we even having a trial for these two ragheads? Tie them up and throw them into the middle of the road in Lee Rigby’s home town and let the locals have some fun.


    • 163
      The law says:

      They are innocent until proven guilty.


      • 201
        The Ass says:



        • 204
          The Old Bailey says:

          They have pleaded not guilty. Only when all the evidence has been presented in accordance with the criminal procedure rules and the jury has made its verdict known will they be liable to punishment.


          • Fuck the LibLabCon says:



          • Old Bailey says:

            OK, I may have got ahead of myself there. We’d also have to hear the speeches in mitigation.

            I hear the gym facilities in prison are excellent these days – far better than anything available to the taxpaying general public, and, of course, the libraries are not being shut down. The balanced diet with a choice of tasty starters and nutritious main courses followed by sleection of fruits or puddings is also not to be underestimated for its capacity to rehabilitate a chap in a few short years.


      • 222
        wotta mistakea to makea says:

        Plod had already shot at least one of them.

        If plod had actually killed them it would have saved us a fortune and given plod some kudos.


        • 250
          Jack Ketch says:

          The Army wouldn’t have made that mistake. Remember Gibraltar; remember the Iranian Embassy etc. SOP is to make sure that the F***ers never stand trial or become figures of sympathy–unfortunately the Common Purpose rot within the system ignores common sense and allows people like “Marine ‘A'” to be shafted.


          • (Not so)Dangerous Brian says:

            Why does the BBC insist on referring to these two thick indoctrinated brainwashed murdering scum as Mr.
            Everyone else only ever merits a surname.


  48. 162
    President Hollande says:

    Socialism has saved France.


  49. 170
    Arm Yourselves 2014 says:

    “Chancellor tells ministers to find more efficiency savings”

    How about firing yourself George? That would be a saving.

    Personally I’d like you to do it out of a cannon..


    • 171
      Tachybaptus says:

      Osborne has continued to add to the UK’s total debt levels


      • 172
        Phyllis in the Fox & Werrity says:

        £40 billion + for the French and Chinese with a guaranteed income of at least 8% profit margin and no costs for clean up or liability for accidents etc.

        It doesn’t take a genius to see where the money is going in our economy or where it is wasted but Osborne is so dim witted and hubristic he’s blinded by his failed ideology


      • 174
        Ogaden says:

        Silly, isn’t it? All that money being pissed away on wasted welfare, foreign aid and the EU.


      • 179
        Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

        We need a Plan ‘B’ to save us all.


      • 217
        The real Tаchybаptus says:

        Can’t even think of a name, and you expect us to take notice of your feeble blethering?


  50. 177
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

    There is no evidence to prove that UKIP actually exist. Climate change, on the other hand, is irrefutably with us and that’s why you must pay my Carbon Taxes.


    • 197
      any old crap says:

      Next year when we have the EU elections will let this gang of fkin idiots of the first water know what people are thinking, the Libcraps will find out how many friends they have left, a push bike will be the only thing needed for Clegg to cycle off to the EU on.


  51. 183
    And now for smething completely different says:


  52. 186
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    We are the One detoNation Party. Our policies will destroy all in its path.


    • 193
      Liam Byrne ( aka Baldemort ) says:

      There was no money left.


    • 200
      Normal Guy says:

      It must be tough being a millionaire with hot and cold running expenses claims, a chauffeur, a gold plated MP’s pension and a whopping great salary package.


    • 206
      Fuck the LibLabCon says:

      All the average Joe in the street needs to do to blow that Labour propaganda out of the water is to ask why.


    • 224
      Fishy says:

      No. I’m not £1,600 worse off.

      Meanwhile official figures say that real disposable incomes are increasing.

      Labour’s lying again


    • 247
      Spy in the Sky says:

      Liar, liar, pants on fire.


      • 260
        yes ukip can says:

        Ed Miliband was abducted by aliens and has been put back on this planet to destroy Britain.

        Well if he can get away with talking bullshit why can’t anyone else?


  53. 189
    democracy in evolution says:

    if the attributes of offspring are decided by thinking perhaps inventions are discovered by wishful thinking, for example ” I would like to go to Mars without the inconvenience of actually traversing the space” perhaps thinking that may be possible will make it possible. :-)


  54. 192
    Daily Express tomorrow says:

    Wonder drug stops bad weather, raises D1ana and finds M4ddie, all for 4p a day.


  55. 198
    Ah!!!!!!!!!! M says:


    Xbox One and Playstation 4 have sold out in the UK – and major suppliers won’t be able to deliver the goods until AFTER Christmas

    Kids with mothers on benefits will have to go without.


  56. 199
    democracy in evolution says:

    so who are these guys that are doing the killing?
    it’s known that there was the secret squirrels in cahoots with the RUC to eliminate IRA guys. K&lly was obviously murdered as were others. So who ARE these people ? and are they on my side ?


  57. 207
    democracy in evolution says:

    we are here, waiting.
    We are always here, all we can do is wait with patience, our love is boundless, our patience is unlimited.
    3 generations, 10 generations it makes no difference, time passing can only bring us closer because we are the same.
    grasp the opportune time in history, come back to our bosom.
    Join with us and affirm our common destiny. negotiate a new UNITED Kingdom outside of the EU


    • 213
      Dirty bastards says:

      Hope the Republic of Ireland’s President Jimmy Savile has the decency to apologise to the people of the UK for the actions of his Garda in colluding with the IRA.


      • 231
        democracy in evolution says:

        a bit of provisional jurisdiction would not go amiss here in England I think, there is certainly a feeling of ” hard done byness” which is what kicked off the troubles over there.


  58. 209
    Hey says:

    you are Sarah Palin, and I claim your insanity.


  59. 216
    D. Cameron's penultimate joke says:

    You can trust me to get all this sorted out, I’m a straight kind of guy.


  60. 238
    Black Andy says:


    • 242
      Fishy says:

      Staffordshire had an outstanding ambulance service which was shotgunned into a merger with the West Midlands by the Labour government – a bit like the Halifax shot gun marriage with Lloyds.

      The outcome it seems is very much the same.


    • 262
      yes ukip can says:

      What this country needs is several million more immigrants to put even more pressure on services like the NHS. Let’s let in all those Romanians and Bulgarians followed by Turks, Georgians, Ukrainians and Kazakhs. That should do it.


  61. 240
    Plain Andy says:


  62. 244
    Fishy says:

    Why TF do Sky persist in having sour faced Fat Jacqui on to do their paper review?

    She’s not serious reviewer, all she does is spout the official Labour line, making political point after point


  63. 245
    A GREAT Woman says:


  64. 248
    Thames Barrier says:

    Just a hint.

    If someone accidentally forgot to close me tomorrow, it would flood Westminster.


  65. 254

    No one should be allowed to come along and post stuff here in the middle of the night.

    It is impossible to know what sort of undesirable might be tempted.


  66. 257
    Diane Fatbott says:

    Out canvassing for votes.


  67. 258
    Benny Fitz-Clements says:


  68. 259

    Only five billion phones being tracked by the NSA?

    Pretty shoddy work, really.

    What about all the others?


  69. 267
    Media folk says:

    They do the jobs nobody else will do. They do the jobs nobody else will do. They do the jobs nobody else will do. They do the jobs nobody else will do. They do the jobs nobody else will do.They do the jobs nobody else will do.They do the jobs nobody else will do. They do the jobs nobody else will do. They do the jobs nobody else will do.

    The more you say it the truer it becomes.


  70. 269
    George Gideon Oliver Osborne says:

    What is your view on the state pension age being raised? Do you have a question about the Autumn Statement?

    Please refer your questions to Ed Balls,Chancellor Of The Exchequer.


    • 273
      Axe The Telly Tax &Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      It will be the IMF making the decisions soon enough :-)


    • 274
      Axe The Telly Tax &Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      Why when it is only 3 weeks ’till Christmas is it called the Autumn statement? Shouldn’t it be called the Winter statement?


  71. 275

    From under the duvet a shaggy dark-haired mop can be seen, nothing else apart from a vast bulk thankfully hidden from view by the bedding. It is snoring quite loudly from the alcohol excesses of yesterday. It will be another 90 minutes before it lumbers out of bed to post some pre-prepared stuff from the day before, 120 minutes before the news reviews are posted in the next column. Most of those will be for subscription pages which only those with a dislike of holding onto their money will be able to see. This will continue until around 1:30 pm when the whole boozy cycle will start again. One would emphasise that the word cycle is being used in its sense of repeating a pattern and not in any way connected with exercise. Such are the flow of events.


  72. 287
    Border Terrier says:

    What the hell is multi millionaire Zac doing as an MP. He has done nothing save inherit £350m+ from dad Jimmy.


  73. 288
    Postal Votes are Labour Loo Paper says:

    Oink Oink Oink. Scum, the lot of them.


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