January 5th, 2014

John Denham Day


388 Comments

  1. 1
    LITTLE ED REALLYBLAND says:

    Firtht

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  2. 2
    LITTLE ED REALLYBLAND says:

    Thecond

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  3. 3
    Mrs I've Ate Balls says:

    Good effort!

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  4. 4
    David Cameron says:

    My election strategy will be to tax success as much as possible.

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  5. 5
    dai fatuously says:

    dai fatuously

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  6. 6
    Anonymous says:

    Oh balls

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  7. 8
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Here’s one I produced earlier
    p.s. Go Mother Nature – you babe.
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    Prime Minister Comrade David Cameron says:
    January 5, 2014 at 1:05 pm

    Hands up – who’s broken their new year’s resolution already?!

    I have !
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    Ed Miliband says:
    January 5, 2014 at 1:11 pm

    I have!
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    Nick Clegg says:
    January 5, 2014 at 1:41 pm

    I didn’t have any to start with.
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    Sick of the lot of em says:
    January 5, 2014 at 1:56 pm

    I gave up the will to live and am sticking with it.
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    Blowing Whistles says:
    January 5, 2014 at 2:34 pm

    The
    Problem is Dave, Ed and Nick

    The
    Reaction against them is huge and growing

    The
    Solution is ‘Get shot of the lot of them’
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      Not Blowing Whistles says:

      If the reaction is that people are going to vote UKIP then perhaps you are right.

      The real reaction against Dave, Ed and Nick seems to be broad disinterest as folk realize and recognize that they are liars who are not worth the time of day, or their vote.

      Dave et al. would perhaps welcome a strong reaction.

      At least then, their rabid screams of ‘Farage is a rac!st’ may actually be heard and stimulate some support for them.

      As it stands, the majority who will vote them out, the folk who haven’t bothered casting a vote for the past thirty years or so, are generally just ignoring them and making their own minds up. The difference is this time there are some non LibLabCon options, and the internet to help them with that decision.

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        Gooey Blob says:

        Ukip will do very well in 2014 but terribly badly in 2015. People know how our electoral system works and understand the choice; either you want Ed Miliband as PM or you don’t.

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          Not Blowing Whistles says:

          If you ask them up north the perceived wisdom is that the electoral system is about the choice: either you want David Cameron as PM or you don’t.

          Borrowing from Blair, there is in fact a third way, and it is not Liberal Democrat.

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          • Teecher says:

            BW – pse learn the diff twixt ‘disinterested’ (ie impartiality) and ‘uninterested’ (ie not bothered). Free advice for a Monday morning.

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          • Teecher says:

            Oops – shd of course be addressed to NBW (sticky bloody keyboard after spilling half a glass of wine over it yesterday).

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          Podiceps says:

          I know quite a few Labour voters who don’t want Ed Milliband as PM. But they will still vote Labour, because voting Labour has nothing to do with thinking.

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    • 39
      OMÑÎVÔRÔÛŚ says:

      GÔT AÑŶ more “THÈ” mîßßûß!

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    • 41
      Blowing Whistles says:

      IMPOSTER

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        Blowing Whistles says:

        IMPOSTER – btw its the dirty j3ws whoos been infesting our parliament, city and courts – the rothies who are to blame – see the little report about them in the biz section of the graph today.

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  8. 12
    Vince Semaphore says:

    What’s my name ? I’ve forgotten.

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  9. 13
    Steve P says:

    WHAT IS THIS POST ABOUT?

    HAS DENHAM (WHO HE) DONE SOMETHING?

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    • 15
      Snotsicle says:

      The muppet for some reason tweeted his own name, but at least he managed to do so without using caps-lock.

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        Jack says:

        I can use this excuse to Harriet when I next favour big black dick on my twitter. No matter the terrible Christmas and New Year in our house, Santiago was worth every throbbing inch.

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      mirrow mirrow on the wall says:

      political gazing on twitter

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  10. 14
    broderick crawford says:

    REALLY PEOPLE IS THIS THE MOST COGENT PIECE OF SCANDAL GOSSIP AND POLITICAL LEAK WE CAN CONE UP WITH FOR A BORING RAINY JANUARY SUNDAY .

    THANK GOD THE ESTABLISHMENT SPIN RUMOURMONGERING GOSSIPING BACKSTABBING MACHINE WILL BE BACK AT FULL PELT TOMORROW …. HOLIDAY SKIING ACCIDENTS PERMITTING .

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  11. 16
    Bill Quango MP/9 says:

    Ed Denham

    {It saves time}

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  12. 18
    Tin foil tophat says:

    Big Black Cock!

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    She's cracked says:

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  14. 25
    C.O.Jones says:

    Ed C.O.Jones

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  15. 26
    nell says:

    Who is John Denham I’ve never heard of him.

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  16. 29
    John, Denham says:

    It wasn’t me, it was my twin brother who is also called John.

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    All Roads Lead to Romania says:

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      All Roads Lead to Romania says:

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      Ma­qbo­ul says:

      The thing I hate about these people is the queue jumping. There are millions of British on the waiting list for jobs (the “Unemployed”) yet these Romanians come here and find work immediately.

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        Herman Van Rumpescu says:

        That would be because all the British jobs for British workers are being advertised in Romania

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          Intellectual Pygmy says:

          A Burton on Trent company that shall remain nameless was pilloried not too long ago for trying to employ only Polish speaking workers. They had so many already that speaking only English created a language barrier.

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          • Britain will be cleansted of these traitors by the end of the decade says:

            Name and shame.

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          • Pole vaulter says:

            Fckovski.

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          • Ma­qbo­ul says:

            More likely they are better workers.

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          • Intellectual Pygmy says:

            You are full of shit Maqboul.

            My job takes me to some right shit holes, and some nice countries where people are pleasant and not dangerous. I tend to work hard while I’m there because to be frank it took a shed load of effort to get there in the first place and therefore sacking it off because I can’t be bothered seems a bit daft when I’m seven thousand miles away from home.

            It is the same for the Polish. The ones who have been bothered to get off their arses and move countries for a better wage will tend to work while they are here. Those at home in Poland are either earning enough to stay at home, don’t care enough about money to bother, or like money but are too lazy to earn it. Just the same as the British.

            You are attacking the working class by claiming they are inferior workers to Poles. Yet you have given it no thought and are likely acting because of your own prejudice.

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        OMÑÎVÔRÔÛŚ says:

        always jump.
        ITS is what tHĖ DÊMÔ ordúręd.

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    god says:

    OMG!

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    Answers on a piece of toilet paper to says:

    Seems Sky News seem to be hammering the right today, what with trying to make something out of nothing with Farage to going hell bent on Camoron and blaming him for everything, it this the Digger getting his own back on Camoron or is the the new way to the left Sky News is going to report it’s unbiased news to the public

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    • 51
      Cabbage says:

      Since when has Cameron been on the right? Big State, high taxes, more and more public spending…doesnt sound like the right to me.

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    • 63
      I say I say says:

      You seem to be under the illusion that people who really run things care about trivial things like which puppet is in charge.

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    • 67
      The TV Zapper says:

      You seem to be under the illusion that the public know or care about trivial things like which puppet is on Sky News.

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      Pick litter for bennies says:

      Murnaghan tried to nail Farage with extract from “rivers of blood”speech.Euro lovers are getting desperate.

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      Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

      Latest polls showing Tories 31% and UKIP 16%; this is a right of centre vote of 47% more than enough for a massive majority.

      With Cameron in charge nothing will change

      The 1922 Committee know what they have to do

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      • 221
        Mr Potato Head says:

        It is Cameron’s charge of the light brigade.

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      • 241
        Bemused says:

        Make Farage head of the Tory party. Job done. 47% of the vote and a massive majority in the HoP. But no, they’d rather cosy up with Clogg.

        Tells you all you need to know about the top of the Tory party.

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        Intellectual Pygmy says:

        Cameron is closer to Clegg at heart than he is Davis, of that I have no doubt. He is the product of the Tory fight to reclaim the centre ground from Blair. In effect the Tories chose the nearest thing they had to Blair to fight the 2010 election.

        Cameron beat Davis in 2005 when the grass was green for Labour and the economic feel good factor was in full swing. Would Cameron have beaten Davis on the back of a recession and an influx of EU immigrants and bad news in 2010? Would Davis and his more natural conservatism been more relevant in 2010? I don’t know for sure.

        I do think that Nigel Farage would have had a harder time building support against Davis.

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    • 238
      Bemused says:

      Murdoch only owns a third of BSkyB. He doesn’t have as much control as you might think. Sky News is more or less as left-wing as all the other major TV news channels.

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      • 372
        Intellectual Pygmy says:

        I used to date a journalism student back in the nineties. Never again.

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        Teecher says:

        But at one time they used to hide it a bit. Now it is becoming daily more inyerface socialist. Best to stick to the sports channels.

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  20. 46

    Can anyone explain why the Ed Balls tweet received 10,132 favourites whereas this one only got 189?

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  21. 47
    Casual Observer 5 says:

    Is this the Leveson effect / government media censorship at work ?

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    Geoffrey Brooking says:

    John Denham can afford to drop clangers after the one Dave dropped in Southampton last week.

    Its really desperate stuff when you have to get an Estate Agent to sell a property to herself in order to pull off a P.R. Stunt.

    Would have been far better off having shipbuilding talks in Portsmouth but we all know what Dave thinks of Pompey don’t we – he’s shit on the city as many times as PM as Hitler did in the whole of World War 2.

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      Casual Observer 5 says:

      I retrospectively hat-tip you for getting there first.

      Should have hit refresh before posting myself.

      Shameless, cheap, populist, and positively mongoloid PR philandering by Dave.

      Word is that there is big demand for east European brick layers and electricians in the Witney area.

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        A reinstated police motor cycle outrider says:

        Resignation in the post ?…………… a matter of honour ?

        I suspect not.

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      Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

      Just think the imbeciles who put this stunt together could also be responsible for the 2015 election strategy and the Tories think they have a chance of winning

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      Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

      Perhaps you should stop voting for perverts like Handycock then people would have a bit more sympathy.

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    Nostradamus says:

    I was interested to hear Dermot MoneyGhan’s quote from Enoch’s prophetic speech which he aimed at the Loony Fruitcake today. Powell didn’t get the figures quite right, but then again I never got all my dates right. The world will actually end in about……. hissssssssssssssss.

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      Universal Hiss says:

      You called?

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      Mr Potato Head says:

      I’d like to know what anyone of sound mind disagreed with in that particular part of Powell’s speech. If everything that Powell ever said is reproachful then what about him asking people to vote Tory?

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    Casual Observer 5 says:

    Ok, given that the blog is off the ball a little, how about this on the MILF that Cameron did the PR stint with about help to buy the other day:

    http://legalaidandme.proboards.com/thread/8301/audacity-cameron-hypocrisy-help-buy

    Turns out that the single mum pictured is a sales director at a property management agency, ahem, she’s some sort of estate agent.

    Worth reading the article.

    The irony, as the lefties are sort of figuring out, is that Cameron’s PR stunt designed to promote help to buy being for single mums etc., was is fact using an estate agent who perhaps has profited from the scheme.

    Joins the dots folks… you don’t need to be Miliband to figure this one out ;-)

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      A reinstated police motor cycle outrider says:

      You were told at the time there was not something right there.

      If she was really a struggling single mum her clothes would have come from the Charity Shop.

      And how is Mr Cameron’s bike these days.

      Did anyone see it in 2013?

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        A flying seagull says:

        Cameron has form for this type of thing.

        Remember when he ended up apologizing to the Archduke of Canterbury for laying those flowers at the National War memorial in a private capacity but with the Press in attendance.

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          Sir Bradley Froome from Nairobi says:

          Cameron on a pushbike is the funniest thing I have seen in ages !

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          • The Boy Plunger says:

            Cameron’s reform of Child benefits and the attention to the detail was quite funny as well.

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          • A reporter from the Daily Planet says:

            After he helped get rid of Speaker Martin and gave that mealy mouthed eulogy in the Commons his behind the scenes comments about that incompetent Scottish Socialist fart were truly hilarious.

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        Casual Observer 5 says:

        Agreed it all smelled a bit fishy and Common Purposey at the time, but it really takes the biscuit that she happens to be an estate agent.

        One thing Dave can be depended on:

        When he screws up, he does it properly.

        It would be better if he wasn’t in a job which is advertised to involve ‘running the country’.
        :-)

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          Universal Hiss says:

          What is so depressing is Cameron is crap at PR too.

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          • Casual Observer 5 says:

            And what is embarrassing is that PR was his chosen profession before he went into politics.

            Am beginning to think that Cameron is a made up entity that is really composed of the bits of Monty Python considered not worthy of commission.

            He should perhaps consider getting shot of Crosby, as this kind of pathetic must be a team effort.

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          • M102 says:

            She was a milf though

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            CO5 – the real laugh is on the Tories all around Cameron – who ‘cannot and will not’ admit that their party – has been usurped – I mean look at the embarrassment factor the loss of face/credibility for them; such they were bamboozled into voting for the useless puppet?

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          • Dirty ole Bugger says:

            She was a milf and I would like to shag her, let that be said.

            However, “Property Management ” suggests lettings to me, not estate agency.

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          m & s says:

          Its really all the same, interchangeable business. No special skills required, most people in one will at least dabble in the other–lettings/management and sales.

          Been there, done that.

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    Ker-ching B£air says:

    How`s Iraq today. A conference needs to be organised without delay. Must ring George. Get the old magic working again. Golly, its exciting. And 10%@$10bn.

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      fallujah depleted uranium victim says:

      F*** your sodding conference beanfeast Bliar. I just want to live a little bit longer, and without so much pain.

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      The British Public says:

      Iraq is none of our business

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      Blowing Whistles says:

      I see Blairs per capita dead ratio / earnings have gone up today as well – past the £100,000 mark.

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  26. 58
    Dermot Moneygram says:

    We oppressed (£0.5m pa) fake oirish need to ensure this ukip thing is kept down. Spud-u-kip.

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    Right to reply says:

    Following the communiqué about !rish independence earlier…

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  28. 59
    Kipper Off says:

    Albert Einstein once said…

    “A foolish faith in authority is the worst enemy of the truth.”
    Toby Lightweight and Arsesnot take note

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    john in cheshire says:

    This just proves my contention that these entities are too stupid to keep their stupid mouths shut and their twitter fingers off their phones.

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    More Questions than Answers says:

    If the Big Issue is a homeless charity, how come the sellers get housing benefit?

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      Intellectual Pygmy says:

      It would seem that the Big Issue is now a eastern European gang boss enrichment business.

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        Judge Dreadful says:

        A significant number of foreign Big Issue sellers have been implicated in organised crime, including targetting people for robberies and card skimming.

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          Intellectual Pygmy says:

          I am going to assume that John Bird sees no problem in his publication being used to provide self employment, housing benefit and alleged criminal opportunities for the immigrant community, while British homeless lose out. I may be wrong of course.

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    One Term Dave says:

    We are 5 days into the New Year and I have stuck to my resolution to continue to make bogus promises. Haven’t I done well?

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    David Cameron, a life in politics says:

    …. And then as a New Years gift in 2014, the Russ!an Navy decided to send over a warship full of missiles.

    Well, we were all a bit hung over, following the celebration of opening the borders to B’ulgaria and R’omania, and doing a heavy PR photo shoot with an estate agent to promote ‘Help to Buy’™, so no one noticed it until it was 30 miles off shore from Scotland.

    I mean, who’d have thought it ? Damned rude for the invading forces Russ!an’s not to phone ahead.

    So, putting my cunning military plan for dealing with such events into action, a destroyer was immediately dispatched to the scene.

    A day later, after letting the Russ!an’s have a good snooze and getting the RAF boys to put on an air show, we were on the scene.

    For some reason the Queen never looked me in the eye during audience from that day forward. I mean, what harm could a battle ready Russ!an warship full of sea to air missiles parked 30 miles off the coast in the Moray Firth do to her in Balmoral ?

    ….

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      A great big mess says:

      She is a smart lady the Queen.

      She can spot a second rater a mile off .

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    • 88
      Intellectual Pygmy says:

      There was a Russian aircraft carrier and numerous escort ships parked in the same place a couple of years ago. It seems that it is an handy spot to wait out bad weather in the North Sea.

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        Casual Observer 5 says:

        And possibly one of the few places the Span!sh don’t fish ?

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        Universal Hiss says:

        Yes one could see them from shore but they were passing through.I seemed to remember that was in the summer.

        This one was odd. Why here? Why now? A ship with big fuck off weapons. I heard a couple of fighter jets around.Was the ship buzzed a bit?

        Good job Dave didn’t close all the air bases round here then.

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          Admiral Beatty says:

          Maybe it needed to shelter from the crappy weather? 30 miles or so off shore is a reasonable distance.

          We do still have a mighty fleet at Scapa Flow, don’t we?

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          • Universal Hiss says:

            It wasn’t crappy weather. I live there. Cromarty sea area. Flat sea. Good visability. Wind SE15-30mph.

            A week before yes. There were gales & storm force winds but southerly.Ships shelter very close in the deep water bay.By close,less than a mile. There were 14 supply vessels in the bay over the Christmas period.
            Very pretty at night. Christmas trees in the sea.

            The Russian war ship was not in anyway sheltering from a storm.

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          • Intellectual Pygmy says:

            Universal Hiss, I will bow to your superior knowledge of the weather in your neck of the woods.

            Yet, I am still finding myself unable to rise to the thundering crescendo of shoutyness and general idiocy that is the Mail comment section. Our relationship with the Russian Navy is not one of Cold War adversaries anymore. Putin is not on the verge of invading Scotland.

            We have capability problems. I have searched all day for a clue about how the RN or RAF could deploy anti ship missiles from aircraft. It seems that our ability was lost with Nimrod, although I stand to be corrected. I also have no idea where the nearest submarine full of sun dodgers was located.

            The Mail could have chosen this appearance of the Reds to highlight our lack of specific weaponry to deal quickly with the threat. Maybe we are fully capable of dealing with the threat and they just went with the Reds Are Invading bollocks anyway.

            Either way the Mail is a disgrace to rival the Guardian and should die peacefully of old age.

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          Casual Observer 5 says:

          I would venture the UK and EU meddling in U’kraine is perhaps a big motivation for right now.

          A good way to start the year.

          One should not underestimate Russ!a’s resolve to preserve the Naval base at Sevastopol, and influence in U’kraine itself.

          The attempt to capture their bases in Syr!a have perhaps forced Russ!a into action. The bear was fine sleeping, but some idiots had to throw a brick at it…

          Other than military bases, the U’kraine is important to Russ!a as it is essentially the countries bread basket.

          If Europe really wants U’kraine, Turkey etc. it is going to have to rerun the Crimean war properly, not screw around with the PR b/s.

          Russ!a’s swords are big and pointy, and they have no qualms about putting down dissent permanently in certain countries if the EU does not back down.

          What people should be asking is why they ceded B’ulgaria and R’omania so readily ?

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          • The Danube says:

            Because they had found, as we are finding, that those countries and theor people are a total liability. Their leaders weren’t even particularly loyal to the soviets.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Putin is a communist and will always be a communist – even in his various guises as being a capitalist. He is beholden to his rothie masters – still.

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          • HEARDITALLSEENITALLBEFORE says:

            A bulgarian President {his name escapes me} is reputed to have begged Breznev to being admitted fully into the Soviet Union.
            The request being denied on the grounds that Bulgaria’s economy was too primitive , that says it all really !

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      Universal Hiss says:

      Yes thanks for that. 13 miles away from my house.

      Fuck off Dave, you shower of shit.

      Alex would have launched a clapped out fishing boat immediately.

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      Jack Ketch says:

      Please note–we are not at war with Russia, or even very cross with them. It is quite logical for Cde. Putin to be checking out Scotland as the territory may become available for rent or purchase after 2015. Russia’s experience of inheriting broken-down industry, hordes of hopeless drunks, meglomaniac leaders and a dysfunctional public service and then turning it around suggests that they may have something to offer.

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      • 111
        Vlad the Energy Impaler says:

        Vodka fried mars bar anybody?

        With 3 pints of your, what you say, yes,…. heavy?

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        Casual Observer 5 says:

        It would be interesting to find out, maybe as a thought experiment, what would happen if the UK parked un-announced a battle ready warship, bristling with missiles, 30 miles off the coast of St. Petersburg

        Am pretty certain they would get a response there within a day…

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    • 101
      Gordon Brown says:

      They were just checking out the beach in my constituency to see if it’s stilll radioactive

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      Tsushima says:

      They are still looking for the Japanese

      http://www.scarboroughsmaritimeheritage.org.uk/adoggerbank.php

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    A man who has never kept a promise in his life says:

    I will preserve the old age pension.

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      A pensioner says:

      We’re not that stupid as to fall for that one.

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        M103 says:

        Cameron says he believes in keeping the promises he made before the election.”

        I hope that gets used again and again.

        the man is a lying, idle, useless, incompetent bloated sack of toff shit. the perfect leader for the vermin and scum for whom he fronts.

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    • 102
      One Term Dave says:

      Not true. I have kept my promise to keep making promises.

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      • 110
        David Cameron before the last election says:

        Lie 1: Three days before the election, David Cameron: “Any cabinet minister . who comes to me and says ‘Here are my plans’ and they involve front-line reductions, they’ll be sent straight back to their department to go away and think again”.

        Lie 2: A month before the election, David Cameron: “Our plans involve cutting wasteful spending, Our plans don’t involve an increase in VAT.”

        Lie 3: The coalition agreement: “We will stop top-down reorganisation of the NHS.”

        Lie 4: The coalition agreement: We will guarantee that health spending increases in real terms.”

        Lie 5: Two months before the election, from David Cameron: “I wouldn’t change child benefit, I wouldn’t means test it. I don’t think that’s a good idea.”

        Lie 6: Michael Gove, just before the election: “Ed Balls keeps saying that we are committed to scrapping EMA. I have never said this. We won’t.”

        Lie7: Liam Fox: “a bigger army for a safer Britain”, but it now loses 7,000 soldiers.

        Lie 8: In October 2009 George Osborne said: Retail banks should stop paying out significant cash bonuses. A year later, he opposed an updated EU Capital Requirement Directive intended to limit them.
        In 2013 he took a airplane to Europe in bid to block a Europe-wide cap on bankers’ bonuses

        Lie 9: David Cameron: “Yes, we back Sure Start. It’s a disgrace that Gordon Brown has been trying to frighten people about this.” Yet the government’s Early Intervention Grant means a reduction of £1.4 billion in the amount given to early intervention programmes. As a result,More than 400 Sure Start children’s centres have closed during the first two years of coalition government. http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2013/jan/28/sure-start-centres-closed-labour

        Lie 10 No cuts in tax credits for families with an income of less than £50,000;

        Lie 11 prison for anyone carrying a knife;

        Lie 12 no cuts to the navy;

        Lie 13 keeping the child trust fund for the poorest third of families;

        Lie 14 no hospital closures;

        Lie 15 3000 more midwives since 2010 they’ve created 1000. Lowering the shortage from 6,000 to 5,000. http://www.politics.co.uk/news/2013/02/25/baby-boom-stretching-midwife-services-to-tearing-poin

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    Dermot Moneygram says:

    Well, you can be sure, to be sure, sure, that oi will be following a non-rupie path when I`m on. Lefties in the beeb have seen nothing yet. Take that pillock Garage coming over all UK, we have all been chipping you away for years. Free Oirish water in NI, paid for by you lot, aid to the poor south, etc etc.

    We`ll keep the red flag floiyin….

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    An awkward bastard says:

    If a little old lady, for example, wants to sell her house and signs up with an estate agent who gives her an asking price perhaps a little on the low side and then that agent sends his mate around with an offer at that lower price I think that is fraud and the agent goes to jail.

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    • 103
      The entire unregulated estate agency 'industry' says:

      Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

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    • 104
      Ivor Ellis says:

      Has Guido sent details of this to the Police ?

      Cameron cannot claim Parliamentary privilege for pulling a stunt such as this.

      However after the Woolas affair I thought all politicians were aware that they are personally and criminally responsible for their actions and I think this stunt could lead to a criminal prosecution in the hands of a good Brief.

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        Loopy Lou LLB ( Hons ) says:

        Better still rather than going on strike tomorrow about Legal Aid cuts why don’t a couple of Barristers get together on a pro bono basis and prosecute Cameron over this for the benefit of us all ?

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        • 129
          Not Blowing Whistles says:

          Because the Barristers are bent, and get plenty of brown envelopes from their fraternal brothers in the conveyance to turn a blind eye to this kind of fraud.

          Like

      • 116
        m & s says:

        A good brief is hard to find. Ours are always in pairs.

        Like

  36. 99
    Licence payer money to burn at the Bloated Broadcasting Corporation says:

    Evan Davis presenting Today from Lagos Nigeria in the morning. I KID you not. No shortage of money at the BBC then.

    Who makes these Looney decisions?

    Like

    • 106
      The BBC's 30 tiers of management says:

      Many many loonies.

      We are legion.

      Like

    • 114
      British Benders Corporation/ Common Porpoise says:

      Clearly, Africa and AI D S is a …er..burning issue an who more on the spot so to speak could we send.

      Like

    • 126
      Universal Hiss says:

      The question is why? I have no fucking interest in the basket case that is most of Africa.

      Like

      • 144
        Casual Observer 5 says:

        Agree with sentiment, but N!geria is a big economic interest of the UK, as are some other countries down there.

        Primarily with N!geria it is an interest in hydrocarbons.

        Unfortunately, thanks to some less than enlightened foreign policy decisions going back to the Blair era, it would appear the AQ are perhaps going to capture the country.

        Not all the UK’s fault. The failure of France in its question to divide and conquer much of the rest of Africa over the past 15 years or so helped create the conditions necessary for the !slamic insurgency to develop roots.

        Why they are choosing to do updates from Lagos today though is a mystery. I do not watch the BBC period, but it perhaps has something to do with pushing diversity propaganda, and providing cover for dealing with the problems mentioned above.

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        • 153
          M102 says:

          Hey Davis your shoelaces are undone…….

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        • 209
          Potemkin Village says:

          Kano and Kaduna are beautiful cities, or used to be – Caucasians cannot go there any more. They used to have an economy, it was when the textile and other local industries closed down that the Islamo-vermin moved in. I loathe the Blair creature but this is one of the few tragedies that he did not have a hand in.

          Lagos is chaotic and cargo-cultish but there is petro and other money to be made here – that’s why the Lord Mayor of London comes around, begging bowl in hand. Hopefully the economy and education system remain strong enough to sustain the usual tribal corruption, which is better than what is happening in the North.

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      • 214
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Their MO – is to keep us all looking over there at any other country riddled with crime gangs other than this one and this jurisdiction.

        Labour’s Bhagdad Annie is the classic case in point – while in government she pointed over there (abroad) again and again and did squat about the endemic Labour corruption in her own neck of the woods.

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      • 230
        Mr Potato Head says:

        You should have. Most of your tax money is going there.

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    • 161
    • 231
      So at least 5 days on expenses says:

      Like

  37. 109
    Next week, at a strategically sensitive spot somewhere along the British coast says:

    Child: Mummy, mummy, what’s that warship with the funny flag doing out there ?

    Mother: Anything it wants, thanks to David Cameron.

    Like

  38. 115
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie 1: Three days before the election, David Cameron: “Any cabinet minister . who comes to me and says ‘Here are my plans’ and they involve front-line reductions, they’ll be sent straight back to their department to go away and think again”.

    Like

  39. 118
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie 2: A month before the election, David Cameron: “Our plans involve cutting wasteful spending, Our plans don’t involve an increase in VAT.”

    Like

  40. 119
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie 3: The coalition agreement: “We will stop top-down reorganisation of the NHS.”

    Like

    • 246
      Burnham has questions to answer says:

      Remind me how many innocents died in Labour’s NHS hospital scandals.

      Like

  41. 120
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie 4: The coalition agreement: We will guarantee that health spending increases in real terms.”

    Like

  42. 123
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie 5: Two months before the election, from David Cameron: “I wouldn’t change child benefit, I wouldn’t means test it. I don’t think that’s a good idea.”

    Like

  43. 124
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie 6: Michael Gove, just before the election: “Ed Balls keeps saying that we are committed to scrapping EMA. I have never said this. We won’t.”

    Like

  44. 125
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie7: Liam Fox: “a bigger army for a safer Britain”, but it now loses 7,000 soldiers.

    Like

    • 136
      Universal Hiss says:

      You could be here for some considerable time.

      Like

      • 163
        Huntwatch says:

        thanks Jimlad

        I think I’ll print a copy and laminate it. I can then stick it on the front door for reference when the vermin send their lackeys round canvassing at the next election

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      • 188
        Alan Chingachgook says:

        Cunning like a fox

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      • 217
        Blowing Whistles says:

        While in opposition they all lie and promise the earth – its part of the pathetic political shenanigans and the charade that has been going on for decades.

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  45. 128
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie 8: In October 2009 George Osborne said: Retail banks should stop paying out significant cash bonuses. A year later, he opposed an updated EU Capital Requirement Directive intended to limit them.
    In 2013 he took a airplane to Europe in bid to block a Europe-wide cap on bankers’ bonuses

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    • 337
      David Cameron before the last election says:

      Lie 9: The Queen has a vagina in the shape of Nigeria given to her by a member of the Shawalhi tribe

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  46. 130
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie 9: David Cameron: “Yes, we back Sure Start. It’s a disgrace that Gordon Brown has been trying to frighten people about this.” Yet the government’s Early Intervention Grant means a reduction of £1.4 billion in the amount given to early intervention programmes. As a result,More than 400 Sure Start children’s centres have closed during the first two years of coalition government.

    Like

    • 149
      Only mongs used SureStart says:

      To be fair, SureStart was a load of pants.

      Like

      • 244
        How can you tell if Milibland is lying-his lips move says:

        Lie 8704: Milibandwagon. Labour aren’t responsible for the problems
        we caused through immigration.

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  47. 132
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie 10 No cuts in tax credits for families with an income of less than £50,000

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  48. 134
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie 11 prison for anyone carrying a knife;

    Like

    • 148
      Judge Dreadful says:

      That was never his promise. The law permits the carrying of knives for lawful purposes.

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      • 271
        altruism in industry says:

        lock knives are illegal whereas something that can collapse and slice off your finger is OK.

        http://www.heinnie.com/Knives/-UK-Legal-Carry-Knives/c-1-92-641/

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        • 278
          altruism in industry says:

          I always used to carry a small locking pocket knife for the purposes of sheep’s feet and cutting string and the like but now I don’t have any because of this law, well I don’t have any sheep anymore anyway.
          But a penknife is a handy thing. Imagine someone is in car accident and their car bursts into flames, they cannot get out because their seat belt is jammed, you would like to assist but you can’t because you don’t have a bloody penknife.

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          • Modern Life says:

            As a speech in mitigation, that one is pretty feeble.

            The best excuses are those based in reality: a rough sleeper carries a knife to help him get food packaging open when he goes skip diving and because yobs like to try to set people like him alight in the wee small hours of the morning if he kips down in the wrong doorway.

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          • altruism in industry says:

            I’m not quite sure what you are saying. Because one thing is so does not make another so. It is more of the nanny state. because one idiot shoots somebody ban all firearms, because some idiot stabs somebody ban all knives.

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          • Modern Life says:

            I am giving you an instance I am aware of in the last year where someone was not sent to prison by a court. He was punished, but not sent to prison. The court had heard planty of less credible reasons to mitigate the punishment for carrying a knife and took the view that the person in question was not a danger to others, so notwithstanding what cameron says, declined to fill the prisons any further.

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          • altruism in industry says:

            I wouldn’t consider a knife as an item of self defence but it is the easiest way to open modern plastic packaging and is just generally a thing that guys have always had for mundane occasional purposes, especially if you are out in the sticks or have livestock. My argument was with the ban on locking knives which are much safer in my opinion.

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        • 329
          Jack Ketch says:

          Not listed in your link are switchblades or flick knives. These are quite legal for one-armed people to carry and use. In addition it has been argued that they are legal for fishermen. A one-armed fisherman would probably be quite OK

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  49. 135
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie 12 no cuts to the navy;

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  50. 137
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie 13 keeping the child trust fund for the poorest third of families;

    Like

  51. 139
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie 14 no hospital closures;

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  52. 140
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie 15 3000 more midwives since 2010 they’ve created 1000. Lowering the shortage from 6,000 to 5,000

    Like

  53. 141
    David Cameron now says:

    I’ll preserve the old age pension

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  54. 142
    Do not underestimate how much I despise the socialist dogshite that populates Edinburgh shitty! says:

    They do it deliberately when they want to up their public profile. Sad!

    Like

  55. 147
    Higella says:

    I’m hoping 2014 is the year great God will come from the sky, take away everything and make everybody feel high.

    Like

    • 152
      God says:

      Well, I was just going to make sure the BBC commission another series of “Sherlock”, but, yeah, OK, I can zap the world if you like.

      Like

  56. 164
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie 16 – mine will be the greenest government ever

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  57. 166
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie 17 – “I say to those watching today and who are genuinely sick, disabled or are retired. You have nothing to fear.

    Like

  58. 169
    Blowing Whistles says:

    The media is eerily quiet about the National Service Act that is due for a second reading on 28th February 2014. Your daughter and anyone between the ages of 18 to 26 will, if passed, be affected by this

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  59. 171
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie 18 – no mention of the Bedroom Tax

    Like

    • 175
      A Taxpayer says:

      There is no such thing as a tax on bedrooms.

      Like

    • 182
      Universal Hiss says:

      It depends how you are dating this. You cannot lie about something you haven’t dreamed up yet.

      No war in our time sort of shit.

      Like

      • 242
        what's your problem says:

        Surely it’s not fair for one person to live in three bedroom social
        housing while a family with kids squash into one bedroom?

        Like

        • 258
          Reality says:

          That all depends on whether the family or the single person are indigenous English or not.

          There is not such thing as fairness in housing.

          If there was then perhaps government would have constructed adequate housing during the Labour years, and this government made a meaningful move to increase adequate public housing stock.

          Don’t forget that a lot of the family overcrowding problems are caused by economic immigrants who literally, to your point, have no place here.

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  60. 173
    David Cameron before the last election says:

    Lie 19 – we will cut the deficit, not the NHS

    Like

    • 193
      David Cameron says:

      Actually, in five years I’ll have doubled the national debt. With a bit of help from George.

      Like

    • 256
      Dirty ole Bugger says:

      That isn’t a lie. They have cut the deficit and the NHS has been ring-fenced – sadly.

      So fuck off troll.

      Like

  61. 174
    Just askin says:

    If I turn on BBC News 24 now, how long will it be before some bumsex related item is discussed?

    Like

  62. 176
    David Cameron says:

    “I am the crisis that will leave you homeless,
    The heart attack you have through stress,
    The reason the hospital you need is closed,
    The prescription you cannot afford,
    The food shopping you cannot buy,
    The reason you feel ashamed to be disabled,
    The reason you no longer have a job,
    I am the reason you are called a scrounger,
    I am David Cameron,
    This is the Tory Party,
    We are your crisis,
    And we don’t care who or what you are

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    • 183
      Andrew Motion says:

      Even I have done better than that.

      Like

    • 190
      Russ!an Navy says:

      “I am the crisis that will leave you homeless,
      The heart attack you have through stress,
      The reason the hospital you need is gone,
      The prescription you cannot have,
      The food shopping you cannot get,
      The reason you are disabled,
      The reason you no longer have a job,
      I am the reason you are called a prisoner,
      I am a Russ!an warship,
      This is the real world,
      We are your crisis,
      And we don’t care who or what you are.

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    • 202
      Ed Miliband says:

      “I am the crisis that will leave your spare bedroom empty while others are unhoused,
      The heart attack you have through eating too much,
      The reason the hospital consultant you need is overpaid and playing golf,
      The prescription you cannot read,
      The food shopping you cannot carry to your second car,
      The reason you are obese,
      The reason you no longer bother to do a day’s work,
      I am the reason you are called a tosser by everyone from abroad,
      I am a Labour politician,
      This is the road to mediocrity,
      We are your parasites,
      And we don’t care who or what you are.

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    • 261
      Dirty ole Bugger says:

      JUST HOW MUCH OF MY MONEY DO YOU WANT!!!!!??????

      Just fuck off. Fuck off before I go nuts and kill you all.

      I really have had about as much as I can take from you arseholes.

      I’m too old to care what happens to me if I just blow my top one day and start taking you out with a pump action shot-gun.

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  63. 181
    Piss Crackham says:

    Over the last 40 years, only ONCE has a party won a GE without having once being ahead in a poll 16-18 months before the GE.

    So far in the last 3 Years the Tories have never been ahead of Labour the first two polls of this year give Labour a Lead of 7% and 9% respectively,the latter the Ashcroft Poll of 8000 translates to a Labour Majority of around 100.

    In order to achieve a Majority Government if Labour’s vote share doesn’t drop below 38% Which it hasn’t on average polling data since 2010 the Tories would have to achieve at least 40%
    This would be the Greatest EVER increase in a vote for an incumbent Government party since the Introduction of the Universal Franchise.

    So unless something extraordinary happens or all those LD voters who thought they were voting for a Centre Left Party in 2010 only to discover they were voting for the rear end of a Tory Pantomime Horse and promptly switched to Labour immediately after suddenly change their minds and the evidence is the reverse in that that they are happier with Labour than traditional Labour voters.

    It doesn’t matter what Lord Snooty Says because in 16 Months time He is just going to be another Tory Leader who has failed to win a General Election.

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    • 200
      Universal Hiss says:

      Over the last 40 years how effective was pollsters manipulation,access to multi media television channels,the influence of the internet?

      You are comparing bananas & oranges.

      I think there is so much going on I’d not care to call the next GE.

      The once in a lifetime Scottish vote on independence & the Euro elections this year may have a huge effect on voting intentions.

      This is without something more awful happening internationally or indeed terrorist attacks on home soil.

      16 months is an eternity in politics.

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      • 382
        Teecher says:

        Plus the ‘things that need to happen’ urgently are (a) ban all postal voting wherever it occurs (b) do a proper reorganisation of the constituency boundaries (c) tell the Libdums to get lost.

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  64. 186
    Jimmy says:

    £1.6 BILLION left on the table after the Royal Mail sale, and the Tories want us to believe they’re the party of financial competence.
    They should stick to hookers and crack cocaine.

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    • 199
      Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

      I claim total credit for the Royal Mail success and if you want crack cocaine, kindly speak to Balls’ chum, the Rev Flowers.

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  65. 189
    Ian Smith says:

    Zero hour contracts and sanctioning, see, just look what we can do for you, we can make you go so hungry that you have to seek hospital treatment, that is the Tory contract. We make you fear that you’ll lose your home, we will make you fearful of not taking a job that would put you on the road of poverty pay. We will punish you for being disabled, we will punish you for being ordinary, we will punish you thoroughly for ALL our mistakes.

    We did it, just for you, don’t thank us, please, it comes naturally to us

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    • 226
      The Labour Party says:

      We told a bunch of lies, started an illegal war, and killed half a million men, women and children.

      Your call.

      Oh, and we allowed four million immigrants into the country.

      So now you’ll struggle to get a low-paid job, and your rent will be really high.

      And we doubled Council Tax.

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      • 262
        don't forget says:

        And sold off our gold.

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      • 264
        Village Idiot says:

        ….High rent;Why?…Housing benefit,a landlords subsidy? 20billion pounds of tax money being spent on keeping rent high,in my opinion! Whose pocket does it end up in? £20,000,000,000???….It is never ending!!
        Thank goodness I worked all those hours in order to pay my mtge and 15% interest with no miras!….70+hrs pw + 2nd job!

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  66. 195
    A big thank you to our EU partners for leaping to with our defense, from the UK says:

    Spot the irony above ?

    Try the reality the below.

    Vote UKIP.

    Like

    • 201
      UKID DING says:

      I can spot your grammatical errors. Can you ?

      Like

      • 205
        Ed Miliband says:

        I think he was trying to write elbow but made an arse of it

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        • 211
          A big thank you to our EU partners for leaping to help with our defense, from the UK (duty pedant) says:

          Spot the irony above ?

          Try the reality below.

          Vote UKIP.

          - Is that what was meant ?

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          • Gordon Brown says:

            All teasing on this blog seems to be meant in a spirit of mutual education, love and friendship. Unless you are a socialist, tory, liberal democrat, something to do with the EU or an illegal immigrant.

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  67. 203
    Hamspam Chowder says:

    THE RELIGION OF PISS IN ACTION.

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    • 206
      Podiceps says:

      Ubi solitudinem faciunt, pacem appellant.
      Where they make a desert, they call it peace.
      — Calgacus, a Caledonian chieftain, as reported by Tacitus

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    • 272
      HÂ AŶÀ lôlà says:

      oLŷM pùš has fallēñ.

      Like

    • 340
      JH34989342529345 says:

      Muslims killing muslims. In another country.

      No, you’ll need to tell me. How is this our problem again?

      Until they evolve out of killing each other for worshipping the wrong flavour of sky fairy, they don’t belong in a modern society. Leave them to it, and peek under the lid in about 100 years to see if they have made any progress.

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  68. 210
    It's Sunday Guys says:

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  69. 218
    Politics 101 says:

    The shift in the public mood has finally arrived.

    Get ready for a truly astonishing 2014.

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  70. 220
    More evidence of global warming says:

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  71. 222
    Realpolitik says:

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  72. 225
    Blowing Whistles says:

    I vote that the best Christmas Turkey has been Professor Chris Turney and his ‘ship of fools’.

    There is a God and she’s called Mother Nature.

    Like

    • 228
      A Penguin says:

      Where is the good professor? He does not seem to have been on our screens for a few hours.

      Like

      • 260
        who knew the Antarctic was cold? says:

        What’s happened to the 22 crew members left behind when Turney and his pathetic group were evacuated by helicopter?

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  73. 229
    Realpolitik says:

    If anyone sees something that looks like this with a Russ!an flag on it off the coast, don’t expect anything from Dave for a few days…

    Seriously – it would have been quicker to send a train – even without HS2.

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  74. 239
    i want my money back says:

    Now global warming is proved to be the complete load of
    bollocks we all knew it was- can we have a refund on our
    taxes?

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  75. 243
    Seen elsewhere not behind a paywall says:

    The Guardian has decided to publicise Farage’s comments agreeing with the proposition that tension can arise when there is large influx of people into an area. (Which, of course, is the government’s own position, otherwise why else would the Home Office spend so much money in Immigrant recieving areas trying to shore up social cohesion?)

    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/jan/05/nigel-farage-enoch-powell-immigration

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    • 259
      Enoch says:

      The quote itself is fucking common sense. Murgatroyd just outed himself as another smug leftie twat in the (nice parts of) North London bubble.

      Another UKIP smear which has no resonance out in the rest of the country – quite the reverse.

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    • 281
      Tin foil tophat says:

      Even better is the Independent. They have Sunder Katwala commenting on UKIP and Enoch.

      So, a Indian Fabian heading a think tank on how to develop “English” identity (by making it “diverse” “islam compliant” and “gay compliant”), making comment on Powells speech. Just let that sink in.

      http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/ukip-leader-nigel-farage-provokes-anger-after-agreeing-with-basic-principle-of-enoch-powells-notorious-rivers-of-blood-speech-9040044.html

      The Socialist Fabian scum either don’t do irony, or they are purposefully trying to wind us up.

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      • 283
        Seen elsewhere not behind a paywall says:

        Maybe they are stupid. That is usually the truth of it.

        One could suppose that someone wants this issue to have been ‘dealt with’ and be ‘old news’ before April, but something tells me no-one is going to buy that.

        No. It is not a clever PR management strategy. Just a load of dickwads so out of touch with public opinion they really don’t understand that putting this topic on the front pages is giving UKIP the kind of free publicity they can’t otherwise afford to buy.

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  76. 248

    I have been engaged for most of the day in hangings.

    Pictures, unfortunately. It would have been nice to have suspended a few MPs, with piano wire, from lampposts.

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  77. 254
    BBC - Breaking News says:

    Man in mobility scooter with camera falls into Thames and drowns.

    Like

  78. 263
    I say I say says:

    You’ve got to laugh

    Iraq falling apart already and the Americans haven’t even fully left yet.

    Like

    • 275
      The Taliban says:

      We, the defeated in Afghanistan, are watching very closely.

      By the way, opium production and exports here are at record levels courtesy of the CIA.

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  79. 268
    Evan Davis on an expenses paid jolly to Lagos says:

    Nigerian Student ‘Debunks’ H’omosexuality With Magnets: University Of Lagos Doctorate ‘Uses Science To Prove G’ay Marriage Is Wrong’

    http://tinyurl.com/lj2k9op

    “The Nigerian research effort comes in response to the UK’s recent threat to cut all aid if the country proceeds with legislature that would jail same-sex couples for up to 14 years. According to Amalaha, his latest findings are not only backed by his university, but by God himself. The Lord, he says, has given him the “wisdom to use science as a scientist to prove g’ay marriage is wrong.” “

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    • 269
      Enoch says:

      And yet we give aid to Argentina while they threaten the Falklands.

      Like

      • 306
        No 10 says:

        That is due to our existing CAA policy (Called “Cowardly appeasing aggressors”) and will not at this time be likely to be affected by any suddenly annouced review of our commitments to ringfence our foreign aid budgets for the rest of this Parliament which any drop in our poll ratings may bring about.

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    • 301
      David Cameron says:

      Lie 20: There are no plans to introduce gay marriage.

      Like

    • 316
      Evan Davis says:

      He’s not coming on my show from LAGOS in the morning. The BBC haven’t sent their top Homo news dude here for that sort of talk.

      Like

    • 326
      Like Iran Contra but from a different angle says:

      This looks like a “Cash for Penis” scandal that’s about to explode in the faces of the Cameron/Clegg regime!

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  80. 273
    Deep thought says:

    Of course, failing to credibly meet the Russ!an warship more readily does put the penultimate nail in Cameron’s closet.

    Being able to protect the security of its citizens from foreign attack is one of the basic functions of government, and part of the reason why people consent to paying tax.

    That the current mob are unable to do that means, strictly speaking, that domestically now: All bets are off.

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    • 282
      Vlad the Energy Impaler says:

      The rus***** are coming, the rus$ians are coming, don`t panic, don`t panic.

      Well at least we will get some spine in to the English cricket, pink cricket bats, ha, we will do vodka fried mars bars for the scotch and rearrange your political deadwood. This may require smaller premises than your H of P.

      PS, Barry O`Barm Cake will noy help as you do not want his EU.

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      • 317
        Anonymous says:

        Can’t wait good vodka and they will sort out our Friends from Bradford, Blackburn etc

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        • 330
          Athelstan says:

          I would rather our government did that. If it is incapable of defending the people of these islands from invasion then they should step aside and allow others to do so.

          Like

        • 331
          Dirty ole Bugger says:

          Clearly you have never been to Russia. They have just the same problems with the Muzzies as we have.

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  81. 279
    Fair play to you, Guy says:

    Watching Guy Martin on channel 4.
    In amongst all the shit on TV, it’s great to see eccentric and talented British enthusiasts putting their minds and skills to work to accomplish a project.
    Heartening that such people exist …. Especially when you compare these guys to the fucking never ending scum who do everything in their power to make the UK a hateful shithole

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  82. 294
    Dave should resign, and be taken outside and shot as a traitor says:

    Top comment on Daily Mail article about the Russ!an incursion in Scotland:

    ‘That’s what happens when our bloody traitor government dissarm our military…. We can’t even defend our own shores. Cameron you sir are embarrassing. Maybe you think our so called EU friends will protect us… You deluded fool. They have been trying to subdue us for centuries.’

    3222 up votes to 143 curiously against.

    Now, I am not L’ord A’shcroft, but I think this might indicate that perhaps UKIP do have fairly decent support, and Cameron is toast.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2533846/Battle-stations-Navy-scrambles-destroyer-challenge-Russian-warship-British-coast-takes-24-hours-make-600-mile-journey-Portsmouth-base-Putin-testing-response-time.html

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    • 302
      Yo Ho Ho And A Bottle of Rum says:

      On the other hand, this may need to be placed in contex:

      KALININGRAD. Dec 31 (Interfax-AVN) – Russia’s Baltic Fleet intends to participate in all the international maneuvers that NATO countries will hold in the Baltic Sea in 2014.

      “Next year our ships will take part in several NATO-led maneuvers. Its highlight will be the traditional BALTOPS [Baltic Operations] exercises, in which the Russian Navy participated in 2013 for the first time in many years,” the Baltic Fleet commander, Vice Admiral Viktor Kravchuk, told Interfax.

      NATO’s other maneuvers that the Russian Baltic Fleet plans to join include Baltic Sarex, Dynamics Mercy and Danex, he said.

      Baltic Fleet ships also plan to take part in several bilateral exercises, including Passex.

      Next year, the fleet’s ships will also make six port calls in Belgium, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands and Norway as part of programs to promote international and military cooperation.

      “Delegations representing the Baltic Fleet command will visit Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, France and Italy,” Kravchuk said.

      The fleet’s ships and support vessels will also continue to fulfill their missions in different parts of the world ocean both independently and within the Russian Navy’s groups, including possible deployments to the Horn of Africa and international efforts to combat sea piracy, the commander said.

      “The Baltic Fleet will become a center for active international cooperation in 2014. The Russian Navy expects visits by the Navy commanders of Denmark, Germany, Norway, France, as well as the commander of the Sixth Fleet of the U.S. Navy,” he said.

      Warships from Belgium, the UK, Germany and Norway are expected to make port calls in Russia next year.

      Cooperation between the marine forces of the Baltic Fleet and Sweden will continue in 2014.

      A delegation of the 1st Amphibious Regiment of the Swedish Navy will visit the Baltic Fleet’s marine brigade in Baltiysk next year, Kravchuk said.

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    John Denham says:

    John Denham’s idea for debt free degree’s sounds good:

    http://www.theguardian.com/education/2014/jan/04/debt-free-degree-50000-workers

    But this is nothing new: The notion of industry funding degree’s is a good idea to amplify though.

    It would be better perhaps to just go the whole hog and suggest that UK military fund degree’s in return for service. This model works very well in the US.

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    Oops! says:

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    I was given the vote of confidence from the board says:

    For some reason there doesn’t seem to be as much coverage of England playing in the Ashes on telly as I would have expected. Have they all got stuck in the ice somewhere?

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    So watson? says:

    Watched that Sherlock thing that everyone seems to be raving about…it was shite…..what is supposed to be so good about it?

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      Benedick Cuminbatches says:

      Me!

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      Jack Ketch says:

      It has sodomites in it. All the TV reviewers like that type of thing.

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      Tin foil tophat says:

      Elementary is far better.

      Lucy Liu or Benedict Cumberpatch and his Gayness with moriarty?

      no decision really.

      Does not wanting to watch gayness make me a gayist? am I guilty of gayism? do I have to go watch some gay people being gay (or watch the BBC for short) as penance?

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    I*s that a good idea before an early morning broadcast? says:

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    Davis takes in Gay Lagos says:

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    The BBC splashes the Cash in Lagos says:

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      Free Speech says:

      My, my, this story has managed to garner a lot of publicity for Mr Farage.

      http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/452188/Nigel-Farage-defends-basic-principle-of-Enoch-Powell-s-immigration-alert

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        The final straw says:

        We’ll have to start calling Nigel, Teflon Nigel. Well done!!

        Dermot Murnaghan I thought was better than that, to lay a trap so low, he has lost any credibility I thought he had before. As for Sky, I would never pay into this rubbish TV service, with umpteen cr*ppy channels, with there millions of stupid adverts . So their reputation hasn’t fallen at all, as it can’t go any lower. I wonder if Dermot Murnaghan and his team, if they sleep at night thinking of new ways to entrap their next scalp, especially if its a UKIP one?

        David Cameron on the Marr show said refering to EU negotiations”….They need more common taxes, common banking unions, and as they get change, we shall get change too…”

        It seems as if as a concession to get what he wants he will trade our ability to set taxes and will give the European Union sovereignty over the Bank of England.

        Dave is a very dangerous man and needs to be stopped, so is Ed milliband and Nick Clegg. Who would you vote for? I’m voting UKIP.

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          Jack Ketch says:

          Sky have pumped the story in every news bulletin since wit the line “Nigel Farage appeared to agree with Enoch Powell’s “Rivers of Blood” speech……..”

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    TROY TEMPEST says:

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    Woolly Jumper says:

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    Ed Supports UKIP says:

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    Benny Fitz-Clements says:

    Harsh but fair.

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      REALITY CHECK says:

      Perhaps the caption should read ‘ THOUSANDS ARE QUEUING UP FOR FREE FOOD BECAUSE IT’S FREE ‘

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      Opportunists knock says:

      Watched an Asda Supermarket give away 3 large trolleys full of Xmas wrapping paper, it took opportunists 2 minutes to empty the trolleys.

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    Hain Says migrants ARE a Problem says:

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    Be careful out there says:

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    Preview? says:

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    Ed Balls deep in Stephanie Flanders says:

    If Yvette didn’t have such sharp eyes I’d have chewed on Luciana’s Burger long before now……

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“It was an entirely run-of-the-mill English townscape, with some straightforward words to go with it. There was no obvious insult, no abuse, no overt sneering. She might have got away with it entirely, had some alert blogger not spotted it. He instantly detected the coded message that Emily Thornberry was sending to all her right-on, bien-pensant, Labour-luvvie friends in Islington, or wherever else it is that they follow her on Twitter.”



Left on Left says:

The lefties are attacking because the panellist is a millionaire and lives in a London home worth upwards of two million. Someone had best tell them he’s called Ed Miliband.


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