December 18th, 2013

Who is Miliband Going to Fire?

Miliband’s policy on anonymous negative briefings could not have been made any clearer when McBride’s book came out in the autumn. Here is Chuka explaining where they stand:

“One of the things Ed has been so clear about – and I remember because I was in the shadow cabinet meeting – is he will not tolerate any of that kind of behaviour. If anybody is found briefing against anybody, you are out.”

Today the Sun quotes a “senior Labour insider” as saying Balls has nine months to save himself from being knifed by Miliband:

“If we’re still in difficulty on the economy by the time of the party conference in September, then he will do it. You should not underestimate how ruthless Ed is. He will not let anything stand between us and the election, and that includes Ed Balls.”

So Ed, who you gonna fire?


  1. 1
    Eileen Critchley says:

    That’s a question for Len not Ed.

    • 11
      Coeur_de_lion says:

      15.50 Lennie McCluskey liked a post by Eileen Critchley

    • 79
      M says:

      The benifit to British economy of Ed Milliband and Ed balls , is that they there in opposition .With Len McCluskey pulling the strings

      Lets not upset the bad apple cart

    • 80
      kim whn hue says:

      sack the coloured chap.

    • 89
      Ithankyou says:

      When the two Eds went for a meal, the Maître D said “do you have reservations” and Milliband said “yes, but I’ll give it another 9 months”

      • 99
        over 'ere son, on the 'ead says:

        The plate captain said “do you have seats?”

        and both Eds replied “yeth, until May 2015″.

    • 154
      Ed burn the bridges Millband says:


      Guido Fawkes on a fire, bonfire.

    • 166


      Man celebrated for achievement in the field of stealing
      THE late Ronnie Biggs has been hailed for his contribution to theft.
      Channel 5 documentary-type gangster Tom ‘Pliers’ Logan said: “It’s a sad thing, but lots of people these days are happy to do jobs like teaching and nursing to get money, rather than good old robbing.

      “I hope Ronnie gets fawning obituaries in national newspapers, because he definitely deserves that. Doing a big robbery is way better than doing a science discovery or something.”

      15-year-old Wayne Hayes said: “I’m too young to remember the Great Train Robbery, but reading about it encouraged me to ‘twock’ a Fiat Uno. Yeah, sticking it to the system.

      “It’s funny cos Mandela died last week. I think they were similar because Mandela was about liberating a nation and Biggs was about liberating other people’s money.”

      Career criminal Roy Hobbs said: “Ronnie was a great character and that’s what counts. That’s why when I burgle someone’s house I make sure to do it in a ‘cheeky’ way.”

    • 167
      Santa's grotty says:

      Nine months? That’s the explanation for using a turkey baster.

  2. 2
    Another stripe of deckchair says:

    If ‘none of the above’ was on the ballot sheet, most of the current crop of MPs would be out on their ears.

  3. 3
    WelshRacer says:

    Are you giving us a clue to the “senior Labour insider” with the first italic paragraph?

    • 8
      Another stripe of deckchair says:

      I think it is Ed himself.

      • 25
        Tay King-dePisse says:

        Ed B, or Ed M?

        Helluva thing, if it were Ed B who was the “senior Labour insider,” thinking that by saying this, he’s planted the thought that any sacking before September is going to show desperation on Ed M’s part. Or maybe he thinks he’s just now bought himself nine more months.

        Stranger things happen.

      • 50
        Fishy says:

        It can’t be Chucky, he’s after Milipede’s job…and apparently dines with Balls in posh restaurants (plotting?)

        • 149
          I hate socialists. says:

          Who will replace Balls ? It cannot be Darling as he was a dead loss as
          chancellor in Browns government .It seems as if they are just going to
          shuffle the deck chairs on the Titanic. What a bunch of losers.

  4. 4
    tn02 says:

    The goyim.

  5. 5
    MARK OATEN it's the way i Smell e'm says:

    9 munfs is a long time in politics

  6. 6
    FFS says:

    Well it’s completely consistent. If anybody is found briefing against Ed they will be out. If Ed is himself briefing against anybody – they are out.

  7. 7
    kmc says:

    “You should not underestimate how ruthless Ed is.”

    Anonymous? That’s Diane Abbot

  8. 9
    nell says:

    Do hope he doesn’t fire bulklyballs, chuckusyamoney or andyburnham – they are all absolutely essential to the possibility of a tory win in 2015.

    • 22
      I voted Labour in 1997 but in mitigation so did a few people. says:

      I think you’re overestimating Chukka’s importance (a mistake he makes himself quite a bit all the time).

      Balls is totally toxic for Labour. Equally Burnham for covering up thousands of deaths in the NHS and being “furious” when the public found out.

      But Chukka? He’s just a slimy little arse.

      (Try not to hold that thought).

    • 86
      Chuka says:

      I’m unhappy about being referred to in the same context as Burnham. Andy Burnham has not been deemed fit to clean an executive toilet. For clarification, only Stella, Alistair, Rachel and myself are allowed to clean the executive toilets. Burnham, Abbott, Miliband D (notwithstanding being an ex-brother of the CEO) and the other trash are only allowed to clean the non-exec and customer facilities. I do not recognize them as being in my class.

      CC: Ed Miliband

  9. 10
    A normal human being says:

    Is it possible that this pair of muppets could possibly become Prime Minister and Chancellor?
    Surely the Tory party will get rid of Cameron rather than let that happen.

  10. 13
    Ric Holden CCHQ says:

    Q) Whats the difference between Ronnie Biggs and a banker?
    A) Ronnie went to prison

    • 16
      Sir Fred the Shred says:

      Q) What’s the difference between Ronnie Biggs and a banker?
      A) Ronnie didn’t get a knighthood from Labour.

    • 34
      Anonymous says:

      Q) What’s the difference between you and Ben Elton?
      A) Ben Elton was funny.

      And he ain’t really.

    • 106
      Bony T£air says:

      Q) Whats the difference between Ronnie Biggs and Tony Blair?

      A) Ronnie Biggs didn’t cause one death, let alone 100,000

    • 152
      Anonymous says:

      Q. Why is Ronnie Biggs scared of traveling on a train.
      A. Because he is scared of being bumped off.

    • 155
      Anonymous says:

      Q. Why did Ronnie Biggs leave Brazil?
      A. Because his wife had a close shave.

  11. 15
    MARK OATEN it's the way i Smell e'm says:

    Now that the free loader Biggs has snuffed it , can the government now deport his Brazillian wife and son back to where they came from as they now no longer have any legitimate reason to remain here ?

  12. 19
    altruism in industry says:

    prescription medication has a lot to answer for

  13. 20
    Anonymous says:


  14. 21
    Winkle picker says:

    Just spoted this on the previous thread:

    Heil Cameron says:

    December 18, 2013 at 3:37 pm

    Dennis Skinner would make a good replacement.

    Finally, the poster who always posts nothing but negative shite, and never any a positive contribution, under various Cameron names has said something he/she/it would like and at the same time revealed him/her/itself.

    Dennis Skinner = Gorbals Mick mark 2.

    • 28
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      Mr. Skinner has built himself into a national treasure by refusing to accept any responsibility within Labour Governments, preferring to stay outside the tent pissing in. He’s not about to change that now.

      • 88
        FFS says:

        The reason for this is that Skinner is full of piss and nowt else

        • 139
          Old Blue Eyes says:

          Like the good socialist he is he will carry on taking the money though well past his sell by date and thereby preventing some poor younger socialist from acquiring a well paid sinecure.

          • FFS says:

            Well he’s 81 as it is. I presume he’s not campaigning against increasing the retirement age….

  15. 23
    Camerclegband says:

    Are the voters so stupid as to even contemplate letting the two Eds ruin the economy again ? Sadly, I’m afraid they might be !!!

    • 26
      Dave's Doubled the Debt says:

      Yeah, because the nation’s finances are doing really well under the present mob.

      • 32
        Grumpy Old Man says:

        Compared to the previous shambles, 1997-2010, the Nation’s finances are doing really well.

        • 137
          Intellectual Pygmy says:

          Labour scum trashed the economy, and now they believe their hopes of regaining power are tied to the economy staying trashed. That is why they will say anything to destroy confidence in a recovery.


    • 27
      Wake up! says:

      No they’re not! Don’t believe London media bollocks.

      • 35
        Jimmy says:

        Away from the South East the country’s going to ratshit, and the Tories are showing no sign of putting that right.

        Why would ordinary hard working people, who may have voted Tory in 2010, and have since been fucked up the arse by Cameron & Co, vote for them again?

        Don’t forget, Cameron couldn’t get a majority against Gordon Brown.

        • 43
          Fuck the left says:

          Fuck you!

        • 63
          ECHR says:

          Because Brown, to try to stay in power, launched his class war with the help of the BBC, calling all the favours in from the benefit dependent he created.

          I.e. Those he sucked into his net and trapped at the teat of Labour during the years of terror, 1997-2010

        • 72
          Bollox BC says:

          There is a country away from the South East? It must be dreadful if its run by Labour councils. What were they all doing between 1997 and 2010 when the sun was shining?

        • 92
          FFS says:

          The North of England has been going to ratshit for decades precisely because they keep electing Labour councils and Labour MPs.

          Cameron couldn’t get a majority against Gordon Brown because literally 50% of Labour’s votes come from ethnic minorities who don’t even know they are voting much of the time.

          Without ethnic minorities voting for them Labour would be utterly finished.

        • 138
          Intellectual Pygmy says:

          Why would ordinary hard working people, who have seen their country trashed by Labour want them back in after five years?

          Remember, Labour fixed the boundaries and spent billions buying votes and they couldn’t beat David Cameron.

  16. 29
    Fuck the left says:

    I have on past occasions called all of the right nasty because of some of the racists and homophobic bigots. I take back my previous sweeping generalisation and apologise. On Twitter today I tried to have a reasoned debate about prison sentencing and I committed the heinous crime of saying murderers and p*edos like Ian Watkins should never ever be released. I was met with an absolute barrage of abuse from those on the left the likes of which left me gobsmacked. These are the people who go around calling everyone else under the sun nasty, and yet they couldn’t debate normally without resorting to personal insults and stupid jokes.

    The right has its share of idiots too, but in my experience, you can actually engage in reasoned debate with someone on the right, even if you never come to an agreement on the topic at hand. What I experienced today was stunning. These are the kinds of people who formulate policy, the kind who supported Blair on Iraq, the kind who 50 years from now will still be saying “it’s all Thatcher’s fault”. Utterly, utterly venal, nasty and vicious.

    I’ll also say this. Whilst I don’t agree with those here who’ve made jokes about Mandela or called him a terrorist, I will at least give credit that no one on the right has gone out and held Mandela death parties. The left need to take a good long look at themselves, but I doubt they can see their own deep, deep ugliness.

    • 33
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      Welcome to the real world.

      • 53
        the left should be fucked up the arse says:

        They’re most dangerous feature is that they’re as thick as shit with no real understanding of how the real world works. Just one example of many, look how standards of education slipped badly under Labour. It took a totally independent, global assessment to expose the lie that educational standards in the UK had improved year on year under Labour. It’ll take another generation to get back to where we were following leftie meddling and incompetence, and only then IF reforms are allowed to be implemented on a consistent basis.

        • 65
          GRAMMAR POLICE says:

          That should be…

          Their most dangerous feature is that they’re as thick as shit…

          • the left should be fucked up the arse says:

            Very true, ‘they’re’ means, ‘they are’, but sometimes grammar goes out the window when you’re steaming, fucking angry.

          • FFS says:

            There is actually nothing wrong with being left-wing as it simply means you stand up for the poor. A laudable aim. The problem is that most left-wingers are socialists.

            Socialism has never helped the poor. It merely seeks to kick the middle classes in the bollox. Well sadly the poor need the middle classes more than they need socialism.

    • 36
      CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

      It’s called projection dear boy. The Left are fvcking nasty bastards always have been, always will be (just look at some of their political heroes to see that!).

      Left wing thinking is plain fvcking idiotic, therefore they don’t like to engage in reasoned debate because they quickly get exposed. It is much simpler to shout their opponents down and yell “baby-eater” at them.

      • 98
        FFS says:

        On the contrary. The socialists are being entirely consistent. The reason they want people like Ian Watkins released as early as possible is that having criminals running around freely is an attack on society, helping to bring democracy to its knees so that social revolution might result.

        It is a Gramscian approach to revolution. Attack the existing culture by all means possible until the existing culture cannot survive. Gramsci, of course, was imprisoned by Facists who were the real beneficiaries of such politics.

    • 38
      Anonymous says:

      Mandela Death Party !!! Now there’s a crackin idea :) Must spread the word….

    • 44
      nellnewman. says:

      Left and right is so last century.

      Progressive, independent thinkers no longer conform to this.

      • 69
        nell says:

        Well Hi moniker thief – haven’t seen you for a while – thought you’d gone and discovered the real you . Obviously not.

    • 60
      bergen says:

      I think the difference is that the Left are certain that their views are correct and brook no argument whereas the Right tend to acknowledge doubt.

      • 103
        UKIP or bust says:

        One very telling difference between lefties and the right is in the heckling and protesting aspects of each way of thinking.

        • 140
          Intellectual Pygmy says:

          I read a comment on the DT web site last week that stated in no uncertain terms that anybody who doesn’t like unbridled immigration must be uneducated. Unlike the poster of course, who claimed that she was so well educated and intelligent that she could see how great immigration is.

          Her location was the Lake District. A region almost entirely devoid of eastern Europeans living ten to a house, slave traffickers and Asian sex gangs. A location that hasn’t change to any great degree for fifty years at least.

    • 81
      Fishy says:

      Just like this (that I posted yesterday). A comment that the Guardian accepted.

      ‘Just kill the fuckers. Wish someone would give the Tories a bit of the old Brighton `84 treatment again.’

      • 90
        Fuck the left says:

        ‘Just kill the fuckers. Wish someone would give the Tories a bit of the old Brighton `84 treatment again.’

        Yep, sums up the left.

    • 120
      Repeat a lie often enough... says:

      Yet the clever thing is that the left keep calling the Tories the “nasty party”

  17. 30
    CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

    What they mean is that they hop Balls is replaced much closer to the election, in the hope that Liebour’s media friends can big them up enough but not have enough time to be found out before the election.

    • 40
      P l e b says:

      In due course Balls will be replaced by Alastair Darling.

      • 46
        CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

        a Scottish left-over from the Broon bunker. The London media might like him, but the rest of England won’t.

      • 71
        Anonymous says:

        The man who flipped his home 4 times in 3 years whilst Chancellor of the Exchequer.

        • 165
          Non taxable pikey says:

          It seems to be a Chancellor problem. In the dim distant past when Nigella’s dad held the post a builder did some work on his property. Nigella’s mum paid him by cheque. The local rag had a photo of said builder holding the cheque; Swiss bank, wrong cheque- book. Never made it to the Nationals for some reason. Some of us have very long memories.

  18. 31
    Anonymous says:

    Dave’s just thrown a sop to the LibDems by giving Simon Hughes (he of the eyes closed) the Min. of Justice. Hope he doesn’t make any midnight calls.

  19. 37
    altruism in industry 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

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  21. 48
    Bernard Matthews says:

    Turkey Balls, anyone?

  22. 49
    Gooey Blob says:

    I see Ed Miliband is complaining about part-timers on low wages. Is he having second thoughts about opposing the increase in MPs’ salaries?

  23. 51
    If says:

    If Ed Balls had any sense, he would have changed his name to Churchill.

  24. 54
    Guidobollocks says:

    Get your smokey on. Only you can prevent wildfires —->

    What is this? We don’t have wildfires near here.

  25. 55
    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    I don’t like Balls. But he has been proven right on every single prediction and warning he has made since the Coalition began.

    Osborne has only one idea: cut. That’s why he said ‘there is no plan B’

    Rather ironic for anyone to support him by attacking the Shadow Chancellor’s lack of ideas.

    God, this is depressing: I don’t even like Ed Balls.

    This is what the total absence of talent in the current government has reduced me to… Cheers, Tories

  26. 61
    The Foreign & Commonwealth Office says:

    As today’s blog went to press, news broke that Egypt plans to put Mohammed Morsi on trial for terror, espionage, and conspiring with Hamas. Hezbollah and Guido Fawkes. Iran’s Revolutionary Guards are implicated too, so take your pick of Guy News Room, CNN, and BBC coverage and pass the popcorn.

    • 143
      Intellectual Pygmy says:

      The Muslim Brotherhood and Al Qaeda are two cheeks of the same arse. If one of their leaders is for the chop then good.

  27. 62
    Moaning Myrtle says:

    These aren’t politicians, they’re wannabe celebrities.

    Enough with the turkey jokes – people are starving you frigging morons.

    And before anyone chimes in with left this, right that, middle wicket – I think they’re ALL a bunch of tossers.

    • 68
      a village without it's idiot says:

      Meanwhile in the real world, obesity is on the increase in Britain’s kids, you thick twat…

    • 75
      Fat fucker watch says:

      Britain’s kids may be malnourished, but they’re certainly not starving, you ignorant leftie tosser.

    • 107
      FFS says:

      Go back to your Harry Potter books you serial fantasist

  28. 64 says:

    Calling Ed Balls (or anyone else) a “turkey” says more about Cameron’s attitude to others he considers below himself from the lofty altitude of his own social strata – which includes just about everyone. From this innate private school prefect bullying perspective, it is only natural that an image springs into his mind of a bird most often kept in captivity for the whole of its short life and fattened to eat, or else shot for game (or a game). A sad and diminished life. In its natural state when it is not kept in captivity, the turkey is a beautiful, intelligent bird with very well developed reasoning powers. A majority of Tories support the repeal of the Hunting Act (or a return to cruelty). An attitude towards animals too similar to the way they see and treat “lesser” humans.

    • 82
      i don't n eed no doctor says:

      And you will be eating a brussel sprout pie for christmas dinner?

    • 94
      UKIP I am says:



    • 110
      FFS says:

      He called Ed Balls a turkey because as Shadow Chancellor that is exactly what he is. He might not even survive Christmas.

      “the turkey is a beautiful, intelligent bird with very well developed reasoning powers”. No it isn’t. That’s bullshit.

      “A majority of Tories support the repeal of the Hunting Act (or a return to cruelty). ”
      That’s nothing. Did you see that programme on Grizzly bears? Or the one on Killer Whales?

    • 125
      Cabbage says:

      Indeed you are correct. The noble turkey is indeed a beautiful and intelligent creature with highly developed reasoning powers. Luckily for me it is too fucking stupid to escape from its pen and therefore I will be sticking a lemon up its arse and enjoying it roasted on Xmas Day.

    • 144
      Intellectual Pygmy says:

      I think you are a cock. I’m working class from the north of England.

  29. 66
    altruism in industry says:

    I feel that I’m not doing my job properly unless I point out that with future tech humans can exist by digesting modified creatures, sort of a cross between an oyster. a turnip and a cow, which have sufficient nervous ability to get themselves to the processing plant when ripe. Manufacturing will be fully automated and controlled by robots. And so you may ask ” where do people come in to this ?. do we need so many people ?. Should we be importing more people or should we be getting rid of some and reclaiming the nature to assist the other species ?”

    • 100
      altruism in industry says:

      alternatively my preferred future is a massive reduction in human population to say what it was in 600AD, knowing what we know now

      • 160
        Those were the days my friend... says:

        600AD is 34 years before Islam was invented. Must have been lovely back then with all these nomads happily wandering about all covered up in bin liners to keep the scorching sun off themselves and never ever eating a half cooked piggy because they knew damn well that to do so could prove fatal to a human. Bright cookies they were in those days; really knew what they were doing and how to survive successfully in extremely harsh conditions.

        Then some tit whose name we all know came along and stole all their common sense and nothing has ever been the same since.

  30. 67
    a village without it's idiot says:

    Meanwhile in the real world, obesity is on the increase in Britain’s kids, you thick twat.

    • 73
      altruism in industry says:

      If this remark is addressed at me then I should point out that fat fucks are not required on the historic march to future tech.

    • 78
      Non taxable pikey says:

      And we have had successive “governments” that will not ban Transfats, hydrogenated oils, and high fructose corn syrup (sometimes called glucose syrup). Do some research on those before you start throwing insults around.

    • 101
      nell says:

      Not everyone is obese because of overeating – unfortunately under labour, nhs strategies were introduced that prevented NHS staff realising that a significant number of children are obese because of illnesses.

      Some of those labour strategies are still in place in the NHS . Hence a young girl was taken into care just a few weeks ago because she was obese before it was proved by her Mother that she has Prada-Willi Syndrome.

      These strategies are evil in the extreme and damage both child and their family.

      • 111
        the turnip times says:

        Wrong again nellie nomates, Prada Willi syndrome sometimes manifests as having an insatiable appetite, so technically speaking, it IS overeating.

      • 112
        FFS says:

        “Not everyone is obese because of overeating”

        Yes they are. Unless you think people can end up over-weight by some process of spontaneous nuclear fusion.

        Even people with Prada-Willi syndrome have to actually over-eat to become over-weight.

        You have made a semantically incorrect statement. Please apologise to all of us before continuing.

        • 118
          nell says:

          +Laugh+ this is true but the reason for over-eating cannot be controlled in Prada-Willi. There are also other reasons for children becoming obese where they don’t overeat for instance in cases of hyperinsulinism.

          The point really was that the state should not be taking children away from their parents and placing them into care because they have become obese when , as has been proved many times, some of those children have a medical issue which the state is overlooking/not addressing. That sort of reaction is very leftwing and dictatorial and damaging to the child and the family.

          • A northen thick headed apparatchik says:

            Well, all these unfortunate parents are obviously UKIP voters, so we know what’s best for their sprogs.

  31. 76
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    Still no mention by the BBC on Andy Burnham’s misrepresentation of the facts. Now if that had been a tory it would have been given more coverage than Mandela’s funeral.
    The BBC, totally biased towards labour.

    • 114
      FFS says:

      If only we could measure bias.

      Maybe the BBC should be constrained to only reporting provable facts and official statistics of the ONS and the OBR.

  32. 77
    MARK OATEN it's the way i Smell e'm says:

    “Who is Miliband Going to Fire?”

    Nobody , he’s a spineless little turd !

  33. 91
    Lynton Crosby says:

    Gobble gobble, gobble gobble…

  34. 93
    A pair of cunts says:
    • 97
      nell says:

      Ah the next PM and Chancellor of the Exchequer well if unites and labour strategy on postal vote rigging works!

    • 109
      Anonymous says:

      Howzat1932.What an ugly pair if they ever get near no. 10.this country will be the laughing stock of world politics.Imagine how he was able to sire a love child she must be a candidate for spectors.

    • 116
      FFS says:

      Two-for-one at Specsavers?

  35. 113
    Anon says:

    More playground insults from David “calm down dear” Cameron.

    Not very statesmanlike, is he ?

    Just a yah-boo Bullingdonite.

    • 117
      FFS says:

      Yeah, but the fact it goaded you so much that you just had to come here and make that remark is priceless. Labour activists obviously have steam coming out their ears this afternoon!

      • 119
        nell says:

        Well bullyballs , as has been the case at most pmq’s lately, really did look silly didn’t he.

  36. 124
    Labour are pathetic says:

    “You should not
    underestimate how ruthless Ed
    is. He will not let anything stand
    between us and the election, and
    that includes Ed Balls.”

    Bullshit! He took on the Unions & lost. So Balls will remain in power to destroy the economy!

    I do not consider my self to be ruthless but after that dire performance from Balls & his Ballox economics, Balls would have been out of his arse, in his Santa suit or not! The economy is far too important for the opposition take risks with Gimmick economic policies. Not Good Enough!

    • 126
      Cabbage says:

      To be fair, hia family is ruthless when it comes to benefiting from clever tax planning to minimise his contribution to the needy…

      • 132
        JH3245435324534 says:

        …or running away to a another country leaving their womenfolk behind in a war-torn country, and promptly wishing the country that has just taken you in would lose the war.

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  38. 133
    Communist Creep says:

    Who is Miliband Going to


  39. 136
    Roma Baby Bennies Breeders says:

    Wee beleeve our votes will be impotant in 2020. wee willy have our own team in the olimpicks then as then will be .5 millionband of us then, wee caall it UKRoma, or wee go ECHR to get. All understan in here?

  40. 148
    Blowing Whistles says:

    McBride is a criminal – being protected by the MET pigs … oh and the bent establishment.

  41. 150
    A reporter from the Daily Planet says:

    I tell you Millitwit will be out soon because he is useless.

    Balls will be finished.

    Tristram Hunt will be the main man for May 2015 with Darling his Chancellor.

    • 163
      I don't pay the tv tax but... says:

      Tristra Munt and Darling…

      Sounds like the local undertakers’ emporium

  42. 153
    Penfold says:

    Ed M is not going to fire anyone.
    His cards have been marked by McCluskey, who will be doing the firing, and won’t be shooting any Union sponsored boyo’s

  43. 157
    manicbeancounter says:

    Although it is unlikely to happen, it is Ed Miliband who needs to go. At the Party conference in September, the major policy plank was an energy price freeze. Blame the price rise in the profiteering big energy companies to get elected. The truth is something different. It is “other charges” such as green levies that are responsible. The price freeze would destroy a competitive industry, and make the energy crisis even worse. Guess who was Secretary of State for Environment and Climate Change at the time.
    I investigated real data and reported at my blog.

    • 164
      I don't pay the tv tax but... says:

      Wow! Telling us something we have all known for years. You really are on the ball aren’t you? What would we do without your input?

      PS: I did not click your link – why waste my precious electricity?

  44. 169
    TenaLady says:

    If he had any integrity he would fire himself.

    But then if he had any integrity, he would be in the labour party and certainly not its puppet in chief.

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Rod Liddle on the loony UN sexism special rapporteur:

“There is more sexism in Britain than in any other country in the world, according to a mad woman who has been sent here by the United Nations.

Rashida Manjoo is a part-time professor of law at Cape Town University in the totally non-sexist country of South Africa (otherwise known as Rape Capital Of The World).

Mrs Magoo has been wandering around with her notebook and is appalled by the sexist “boys’ club” culture here, apparently.

I don’t doubt we still have sexism in the UK. But is it worse than in, say, Saudi Arabia, d’you think, honey-lamb? Or about 175 other countries? Get a grip, you doolally old bat.”

orkneylad says:

What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?

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