December 19th, 2013

One Laughing MP Labour Aren’t Outraged About

Labour’s cry baby tactics are out in full force this morning. Their MPs have cranked the outrage meter up to ten with coordinated tweets about how shocked and appalled they are at Tory MPs laughing during yesterday’s food banks debate. For some reason they are silent about all the Labour MPs like Sheila Gilmore who also cracked up during the debate:

MPs laugh in debates. Labour MPs did during the food banks debate yesterday. Their horror at the Tories behaviour is nothing more than faux outrage…


  1. 1
    lolwut says:

    What was being talked about while she was laughing?

    Context would be nice

    • 5
      Hey!! says:


      Labour doesn’t do French…For Faux Sake!

    • 43
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      She just saw her face in the mirror :-)

      • 82
        Django says:

        What is wrong with having food banks, why is it Labour are so outraged by the concept of having free food? What angers socialists is the moral concept of charity. The truth is that charity is important, it works for both the giver and the receiver. Of course we have that ugly little blighter called pride that try’s to undermine this old fashioned good idea of giving and taking. If it was free food provided by the state then of course it would be perfectly acceptable but because this notion of giving and acceptance springs from good will rather than the state, then it is frowned upon by lefties. Anyone who believes we will ever create a society that does not need any of the Virtues are deceiving themselves

      • 101
        Hucks says:

        she her boobs throbbing.

    • 49
      M­aq­boul says:

      They were talking about all the starving Poor people dropping like flies in the food bank queues, at the time… I also thought the imagery hilarious.

      • 53
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

        The scenes were reminiscent of the Ethiopian famine. LOL

        Time for bandaid to get back together again (free zimmerframes will be provided for aging hasbeen musicians)

        • 127
          I hate socialists. says:

          If you give free food away ,all the chavs are going to come out .
          I bet they all have the latest phones and 50 inch TV,s .
          Why am I not surprised . Typical Labour .

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

            It could be just the incentive the government needs to introduce food stamps.

            Every cloud… :-)

    • 58
      ancientpopeye says:

      Sheila Gilmore, looks like she’s had too much of the food bank contents, new-years resolution coming up?

    • 59
      My Padded Shoulder. says:

      hey, seen my paddies?

    • 61
      Anonymous says:

      IOLWUT___ So the Labour Tweeters were worried about “context” were they ? grow up for fecks sake.

    • 75
      vile labour ruined my wife says:

      pretty ironic given this website makes most of its living out of ‘faux outrage’.

      like the rich, public school educated people who run this site actually give a fuck about any of this stuff. its just for the money, same as MPs

      • 123
        Maximus says:

        It’s in the name, innit: Guido Fauxkes.

        But don’t you just love it when Guido eats his own dogfood?

        Quenelles pour Monsieur Fauxkes.

    • 95
      Lord Stansted says:

      It is a she! I thought it was a guy with a stupid white ribbon.

  2. 2
    Jabba Le Chat says:

    She looks like a grade A window licker…

  3. 3
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    Eco-loons 1 Putin 0
    Gay Mafia 1 Putin 0

    Putin proves to be just another pussy whipped paper tiger.

    That just leaves Tony Abbott as the only world leader of any worth.

    • 6
      I've got something in my pocket for you... says:

      Putin is gay as fuck.

      • 124
        Maximus says:

        Can’t tell if you intend three oxymorons in there, or just deux.

        • 144



    • 11
      Global Cooling says:

      Putin has managed to deal with Greenpeace far more reasonably than the French did over the Rainbow Warrior.

      • 45
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

        That was the only time i had any respect for the cheese eating surrender monkeys.

        • 73
          FFS says:

          Sadly Greenpeas never messed with the French againm after that and I doubt they will make the mistake of messing with the Russki’s again either.

          Which means they will be back here, in the land of (relatively) free speech, thoroughly abusing that freedom.

      • 126
        Maximus says:

        Quenelles pour GreenPissoir, bien sur!

    • 68
      HaxeTHEKaxe says:


  4. 4
    Diane Fatbutt says:

    I’d like to withdraw 10 krispy cremes please.

  5. 8
    Licker of Windows says:

    It looks like it just emerged from a coffin.

    • 56
      Pep says:

      Or from raiding a food bank. Anyway why do we need food banks when Sainburys have hired ‘activist’ Jack (sic) Monroe to teach the idle classes how to cook cheap and nourishing kale soup and beetroot risotto.

      • 72
        Anonymous says:

        The idle classes won’t be idle after regime change when they come knocking on your door.

        • 132
          SarumSea says:

          I heard a charity worker say there was concern within the food bank sector that they were feeding folk who were perfectly capable of feeding themselves. If you create a giveaway , people will come and have it!

  6. 10
    The EU says:

    Let’s be honest here. Most of what goes on in your Parliament is a joke

    • 14
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      Our Parliament will still be here long after the EU is just a distant memory.

      • 18
        nell says:

        I live in hope of that one! I just hope that the EU and the UK part company in my lifetime because I want to be here to see it.

        • 26
          The EU says:

          Secretly, so would we. We hate you. But we want your money and are willing to put up with having to patronise your leaders to get it.

        • 76
          FFS says:

          Well I always said Maastricht would give the EU exactly the power it needed to go fuck itself.

          And that’s exactly what it has done. It only took 20 years to get this deep in the mire. Just think how far it could sink in another 20 years.

        • 96
          Non taxable pikey says:

          I hope we get fair warning this time. P’ssup will take a lot of organising.

  7. 13
    Ed Turkey Balls says:

    It must have been a better joke than the one about me.

  8. 15
    M102 says:

    They really are evil b@stards.

    • 136
      Pick any parliamentarian at random and ... says:

      We have principles!

      And if you don’t like them, we have others.

  9. 16
    nell says:

    I am so fed up with this foodbank debate – labour seem to get stuck on one record all the time . Either its ‘costoflivingcrisis’ or its ‘foodbanks’

    I have yet to see a credible argument for the need for foodbanks when we have the most generous benefit system in the EU.

    Might I suggest that they get folks off the dole and into gardening classes so that people can learn how to grow their own fruit and veg – and if they haven’t got a garden help them get an allotment and use their time sensibly. I would also add it’s also healthy exercise so that might help combat that obesity problem that overweight lot in parliament keep ranting on about.

    • 20
      Percy Thrower says:

      And if they can’t find an allotment, how about growing a few sprouts between gravestones?

      • 25
        M102 says:

        Well done nell. The ones in flats could grow cress or something I suppose.

      • 30
        A Carrot says:

        There is a long wait for allotments these days.

        • 52
          M­aq­boul says:

          Only in the posh areas. Round me ol mam’s way more than half the plots are unused. The chavs would rather stay indoors watching tele and smoking weed than actually do something for themselves.

          Food banks my arse. If something is free of fucking course there will be a demand for it.

          • C.O.Jones says:

            The reason half the allotments are unused is simple. Come harvest time, there aint nothing there. As its communal land its communal produce.

            Unless you have a bed in your shed… but that’s my next b̶u̶s̶i̶n̶e̶s̶s̶ ̶v̶e̶n̶t̶u̶r̶e̶ contribution to easing the housing shortage.

        • 54
          Err says:

          er, that’s why they are called allot-ments. They have to be alloted.

    • 28
      Hoss Cartwright says:

      Foodbanks are the ultimate self fulfilling prophesy.

    • 46
      Ben Efits says:

      On the trussell trust’s foodlist, you will find sponge pudding, jam and sugar.
      Absolutely essential along with widescreen HDTV, smartphone and playstation

      • 80
        Moneysavingexpert says:

        I saved my family £400 this month, which I spent on a hooker, some cocaine, a pre-Christmas piss-up and my ciggies.

        Sadly they don’t stock Chardonnay, and last week I turned up in my three-piece suit which raised some eyebrows.

  10. 17
    Dwayne says:

    Food banks are nothing to laugh at. When I ‘ve spent my bennies on fags and cheap lager, food banks are essential to get some grub for the kids.

    • 39
      UKIP or bust says:

      If only I could top up me Iphone there, because being poor means I have to spend most of me day chatting to me mates who live down the road on the thing, as it looks cooler than the land line.

    • 83
      FFS says:

      Now that we have established that people on bennies have no shame and will indeed use foodbanks to supplement their income, can we now stop paying them cash?

      • 111
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

        Time to introduce food stamp like they have in the United States.

  11. 19

    Fancy calling Ed Balls a Turkey
    having said that he is quite Fowl

  12. 21
    Anonymous says:

    The family of the British surgeon found dead in a Syrian prison have criticised local MP Chuka Umunna for failing to join a delegation to the country to lobby for his release.

    Umunna actively “tried to distance himself” from the predicament of Dr Abbas Khan, his family said.

    • 31
      The British Public says:

      Syria is none of our business

    • 79
      Earwig O again says:

      That is the most sensible thing Chucky has done this year. There are plenty of folk here who could have done with this idiot muzzy doc’s services. Serves him right for sticking his beak in where it was not wanted.

      • 87
        FFS says:

        Quite apart from the fact that it is assumed that he was there being a doctor. Presumably Assad’s forces had reason to think otherwise.

    • 119
      A Tory says:

      Well Done Chuka.

      It would be the height of irresponsibility to further encourage your constituents to go off to Syria killing people. Murder is afterall, illegal

  13. 22
    Ric Holden CCHQ says:

    Did Nazi-partying MP Aidan Burley lie in his ‘apology’ letter to the J*wish Chronicle?

  14. 23
    One Term Dave says:

    I’ll be taking the nuclear option on the EU. And that’s a promise.

  15. 24
    Northern Rocker says:

    Thank God the Co-op don’t do food banks.

  16. 27
    Rick O'Shea says:

    Typical po-faced nonsense from Labour.

  17. 33
    Binge Drinker says:

    Introducing alcohol and weed banks would stem the rise of foodbanks.

  18. 34

    I would like to see these parasites queuing at a food bank to feed themselves and their kids, how funny would they find that!

  19. 35
    Look. I have donated to a charity. says:

    Is it compulsory dress for Labour MPs to wear ribbons pinned to their collars or plastic bands on their wrists?

    • 38
      Matthew 6 1-4 says:

      “Beware of practicing your righteousness before other people in order to be seen by them, for then you will have no reward from your Father who is in heaven. “Thus, when you give to the needy, sound no trumpet before you, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, that they may be praised by others. Truly, I say to you, they have received their reward. But when you give to the needy, do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing, so that your giving may be in secret. And your Father who sees in secret will reward you.

      • 41
        I don't do God, but says:

        I have to say, that hits the nail right on it’s proverbial head.

      • 44
        Good Christian Man rejoice says:

        …because you will be rewarded. Not because ” It’s the right thing to do “

      • 48
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

        FFS Not another god bothering nutter.

        • 63
          M­aq­boul says:

          It’s a point very well made about all those in public view – on tele, twitter or arsebook – showing the world what wonderful generous human beings they are. Done mostly for the personal kudos than any sincere desire to help. Sums most armchair “socialists” up to a tee.

        • 77
          Jack Ketch says:

          A good atheist knows the Old and New Testament backwards. There is a phrase or saying in there for every occasion, even for you folks over there in Gadarene.

  20. 40
    purple tie maufacturer says:

    Nope, but purple ties are a must in front of a camera.

  21. 50
    Blackjack says:

    Guido Fawkes ✔ @GuidoFawkes
    Who briefed against Harman to The Times today?


    Who debriefed her?

  22. 51
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Getting flak for tearing up a £50 note. Why not show as much public disgust towards the banks fucking people over every day.

  23. 62
    Dave wants Turkish immigrants too says:

    If I had a pound for every example of Labour hypocrisy I would be able to buy them.

    • 110
      FFS says:

      Mmmm, you’ve got me wondering there.

      Given that Labour are doing whatever Len McClunky wantsa on the basis of party funding, how would it be if we had a whip-round to buy Labour off completely?

      I mean, it’s obvious those narcissistic jokers just want publicity and cash, so lets give them what they want but tell them to leave the politics behind. Could work.

  24. 67
    Meanwhile says:

    ‘Half Of Lords’ Clock In To Claim Expenses

    There are 781 seats in The House of Lords, 55 peers are on leave of absence or otherwise disqualified from sitting.

    If half are on the fiddle, what are the chances of 390 Lords a leaping this Christmas ?

    • 71
      C.O.Jones says:

      Its ok to steal £300 off the taxpayer daily. That,s not a crime in the eyes of the lord.

      • 74
        C.O.Jones says:

        TBH the ones who pop in there to sleep and collect their £300 are the clever ones.

        Subsidised meal in the centre of London, nice afternoon nap and £300. Who is the mug here?

    • 90
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      How is it we need 781 Lords and 650 MPs for a population of 70 million and 75% of our laws come from the unelected EU anyway, when the United States has some 400 odd congressmen and about 100 senators for a population of 300 million.

  25. 70
    Yes more boom and bust says:

    Maybe the 3 million obese people in the uk should share??

  26. 81
    Lord Hanningfield says:

    I am utterly shocked. There are people like me on only £300 per day and we
    desperately need help.

  27. 85
    Voter says:

    You need an apostrophe on “Tories’ behaviour”, Guido, to indicate the possessive and guide the reader along.

    • 91
      Earwig O again says:

      Do you get your tuition fees refunded for all this free expert advice?

    • 92
      C.O.Jones says:

      If you were to post on every one of Guido’s spelling or grammatical errors then you would be more prolific than 8illy Kebab.

  28. 89
    Can't they do online ordering says:

    I need 5 tins of quality street, a couple of boxes of Turkish delight…and 6 cans of lager to hand out as Christmas presents to a few oldies.
    Will my local food bank have them in stock? I’m not going out in that weather if they haven’t got what I need.

    • 104
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      I just got a great deal from my local ASDA while shopping online today.

      I ordered 3 boxes of 400gms Milk Tray on offer for £10 (normally £15), but they substituted 3 boxes of 800gms Milk Tray and only charged me £15 :-)

      Couple of weeks ago i got a 2.8kg beef joint substituted for one of 1.5kg and was charged the same price :-)

      • 114
        Can't they do online ordering says:

        You’ll end up a fat fucker though. Enjoy!

        • 117
          Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

          I am lucky to have a very high metabolic rate and can eat what i like without putting as much as an ounce on in weight.

          I’m still as trim and slim as i was when i was 21 :-)

  29. 102

    Maybe if the government passed a law to make food banks illegal then the leftie monks might be satisfied!

    • 116
      FFS says:

      Labour don’ like foodbanks because it undermines the belief that benefits recipients need cash because they are too proud to redeem food vouchers.

  30. 103
    NotTheBbc says:


  31. 131
    NotTheBbc says:


  32. 134

    Fink I’ll ask for a loan from the Food Bank. S’game innit!

  33. 135
    (Not so)Dangerous Brian says:

    What a bunch of self important tossers.

  34. 141
    Gilmore & labour voting leeching thickos in Edinburgh junkie shitty says:

    Fuck off & die of Cancer Gilmore! Take your plague of leeching labour voting thickos in Edinburgh with you!

  35. 142
    A plague of leeching labour voting thickos R us! says:

    Gilmore is a sick bitch!

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