January 16th, 2014

Stay Klassy

Seems one jet-setting MP has been getting awkwardly close to glamorous pop star Myleene Klass this afternoon:

Of course this is just HearSay…


  1. 1
    Ed Balls says:

    Okay okay it was me


  2. 3

    Who is Myleene Klass and why couldn’t her parents spell either of her names?


    • 20
      kmc says:

      I think it’s probably some sort of Cockney rhyming slang.

      Myleene Klass = Windolene, Glass.

      Non-too subtle instructions, really, that you give to your wife when you think the windows need cleaning.

      “Oi, wife, Myleene Klass!”

      As to why a singer’s named herself after a this.. no idea. Maybe all the other silly names have already been taken.


      • 31
        Keats says:

        Also rhymes with kiss my… No it’s too easy.


      • 34
        Lord Rearguard says:

        A Myleene Klass is a ‘nice brass’ or a good looking hooker who’s up for some bumming for £45.

        They all are. They’re all horny little, wet knickered, sluts!


        • 103
          broderick crawford says:

          I say steady on your Lordship …..

          A good looking hooker who s up for some bumming for £45 ???!!!

          Obviously the last time you visited a winding staircase on Berwick Street London W1 was just after the War when the young French girls had just moved in .

          They re all retired now that was 60 years ago !!!


      • 101
        Stefan Dennis says:

        Jog on mong, you’re about as funny as a bone marrow transplant you fucking numpty prick.


    • 21
      i don't n eed no doctor says:

      Here is a clue. Myweem Kwass.


    • 167
      White rabbit says:

      Incoming ! Get your flak jacket on SC…. someone’s pissed again


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    • 48
      altruism in industry says:

      not the best shoes for a long flight eh, wimmin do suffer for fashion.


      • 306
        Fly on the wall says:

        Indeed – just look at those scrawny women who do the weather on Sky tottering about on 6 inch heels and too tight skirts. They need to get some cleaning behind the fridge in before their feet become so distorted that the up-coming bunions will make their lives miserable for the rest of their lives.


  4. 7
    paris says:

    it will not be jack d,she does not have what he wants


  5. 9
    Everyone says:

    Who the Hell is Myleene Klass?


    • 23
      Far East of Norfolk says:

      Filippina mum, brit/austrian dad brought up in Gorleston (hilly Norfolk) does a bit of musical stuff, adverts, cr@p tv shows.


      • 28
        kmc says:

        Oooh! Someone from Norfolk who’s actually on a plane, rather than just standing in a field pointing at one.


        • 41
          Socialism = Starvation says:

          Do you mean this lot? The RAF Radar Museum.


          Or are you a patronising, Leftie twat?

          Or have I missed something?


          • stun2 says:

            ..and a splendid place it is.


          • kmc says:

            “Norfolk – where they still point at planes” – Jeremy Clarkson.


          • Stefan Dennis says:

            Wow, someone from Norfolk with an internet connection. Yeah, you missed the part where your dad fucked your mong sister and produced you. Now fuck off back to your owl sanctuary you uppity little mouth breathing twunt.


          • Anonymous says:

            I thought we all breathed through our mouths

            Apart from the minority who breathe eat drink talk and perform the kith and kaboodle of other daily functions through their arse hole .


    • 26
      Celebwatch says:

      Classically trained musician who has also done pop. Now does more celeb stuff like chat shows and so-called reality. Success partly due to looks rather than talent. On telly, one of those who gets where water can’t.


    • 115
      RomaBob.... Beeg Issue, Beeg Issue! says:

      Philistine !


    • 201
      Ippikin says:

      Isn’t she some bird with mammaries?


  6. 10
    Judge Dreadful says:

    It is not hearsay.

    Hearsay is evidence based on the reports of others rather than the personal knowledge of a witness and therefore generally not admissible as testimony.

    This is the direct account from the person concerned regarding her meeting an MP. Not hearsay at all.


    • 11
      HPDL says:

      Ummmmm… think you miss the gag…


    • 16
      Rabid dribbler says:

      Typical judicial bod; no idea of popular culture from before 2000.

      Shoot ‘im.


    • 17
      Anonymous says:

      “Hear’Say” were a popular beat combo m’lud.


    • 42
      Blowing Whistles says:

      You are Lord Carlile – the chump who made a right pigs ear of yourself and the Libdems yesterday – and I believe on the radio today.

      Get your Rapid Eye Movement (ReM) admissions of lying sorted you bastard shyster.


      • 45
        The Bar says:

        Lord Carlile is not a judge.

        He hasn’t the necessary judgment.


        • 58
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Perhaps he is an ‘opinion former’ then … used by the legal frat as a mouthpiece ‘front’ – however he admitted to being on the legal side of Rennards legals team last night. I wonder who Rennards legal fronts are?


          • Ariel Sharon says:

            I don’t think he wears any.


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Lord Carlile is a legal mouthpiece – who is consistently wheeled out to give an opinion on matters of controversy. [D Mail have wheeled him out on many occasions]

            He is much like Michael Mansfield QC (2 faced wanchor) – wheeled out to try and tell the British public that black is white and white is black – whenever there is “Light” shone upon the dark arts men from the establishment.

            Hutton to Chilcot – It’s the lack of openness and transparency that destroys the lot of them.


      • 105
        Mervyn Griffith-Jones says:

        Who or what is Blowing Whistles?


        • 124
          civil engineering plant says:

          A sad, lonely, bitter and deluded arse-hat with shit for wit.


          • Blowing Whistler's Mother says:

            He’s not the Messiah, he’s a very naughty boy.


          • Wish he was that good


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Thank you CEP – for your bitter and twisted words.

            Was it just something I wrote today which has set you and the likes of SC off on your explosive knee jerk “Reactionary diatribes” or is it just the plain and simple truth; that it is an older generation of old men like you who have ‘lived a lie’ for so long; such that you cannot stand a younger man coming along to make you look like the idiot fool tools that you have been taken for, for most of your sad lives?

            It is your “Reactions” and blatant unwillingness to discuss serious issues – which are your undoing.


          • civil engineering plant says:

            ‘Bitter and twisted words’.

            When in Rome….

            If you had the links to back up your lunacy, you wouldn’t come across as such an attention seeker.

            Your belief that I am an old man is slightly odd, perhaps flattering in this case.

            As for my ‘reactions’, well…methinks thou doth project to much.

            Fyi…I’m 38.


          • Jan Uittenbroek says:

            Blowing Whistles is 14. Later this year.


          • http://bit.ly/1i2mtHw says:


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            CEP – do I actually need to give you any links – do you do any research of your own – or is it that 38 year old pricks like you demand to be served everything on a plate because 38 year old pricks are too bone idle to go and do their own research and prefer being armchair computer judges?

            At 38 – you lack of intelligence has been adequately displayed. Now FO and DYOR.


          • Münchausen syndrome says:

            High security case detected here.


          • Blowing Willies says:

            The “do your own research line” is a rather feeble attempt to avoid giving verifiable references.


          • What an absolutely terrible thing to say, Blowing Willies.

            Admit I had wondered that but was much too shy to voice it. ;-)


  7. 12
    Arthur says:

    I bet it was a certain red faced overfed MP.


  8. 13
    C.O.Jones says:

    Must be an MP from the Labour party, they are pretty good at putting parachutes on to their MP’s prior to going before the selection committee.


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  10. 18
    Gordon says:

    It wasn’t me.


  11. 19
    Skeptical Voter says:

    Which class warrior is a Klaas worrier?

    And is she sure it is an MP – and not a Lord?


    • 73
      Ma­qbo­ul says:

      She would only travel business class so I do hope the MP was paying his own fare. But that’s highly unlikely of course.

      She was in Mexico not so long ago so maybe she’s travelling back.


  12. 22
    keith Vag says:

    Myleen I gave you that in confidence


  13. 25
    kmc says:

    “locates parachute, pulls emergency”

    So the plane was in the air, and she was tweeting?


  14. 27
    Tuscan Tony says:

    My money’s on Chris Bryant or Michael Fabricant.


    • 30
      Robert Gates says:

      Tony, I’m bothered that what with all the UK’s defence cuts next time we start a war you guys won’t have the means to help us out with the killing. We need you in the front line.


      • 39
        General Mowtours says:

        if we don’t have Brits in the front line our airforce might start hitting US troops.


        • 66
          The MoD says:

          I think you’ll find we’re perfectly capable of blue on blue without the help of our American Allies. You may want to put in a FOI request to see just how many of our own chaps we’ve blow up over the last few years. Of course we are quiet happy to make a fuss of it if someone else does it but it all gets a little bit too embarrassing when we do it ourselves. Remember there’s no bad news from the MoD.


      • 50
        The 1980s says:

        Remind me, when was the last time the USA managed to fight and win a war (not counting invading Grenada) without the help of allies?


        • 53
          Tristram Hunt Historian says:

          Spanish-American war


          • Oooh, look over there says:

            The 19th century is a long time ago.

            I wonder whether American politicians realise that it is not a very smart thing to do for one of their senior polticians to piss off a section of the public of one of their allies by making silly political interventions regarding the allocation of that country’s taxpayers’ money?


          • Manila says:

            The Philippine–American War (1899–1902)


          • UKIP or bust says:

            Gang war in the Bronx.


          • Tristram Hunt Historian says:

            Spanish-American war is the Philippines war.
            Philippines owned by Spain.


          • broderick crawford says:

            Their own Yankee -Confederate Civil War .


          • ulo ng apo says:

            Both wars clearly connected, as the Philippine revolution had broken out in 1896 and the USA stepped into the Spanish colonial jackbooots, so to speak. But the Spanish-American War itself was done and dusted by the 1898 Treaty of Paris.

            The Philippine-American war kicked off from there on the February 4, 1899.


          • Tony Blair says:



          • No longer a poodle since Blair went says:

            @ Oooh, look over there

            Gates wouldn’t have mouthed off without approval at the “highest level in the US Administration” The yanks know exactly what they are about


          • Fly on the wall says:

            Do you think most of them are aware that thanks to Bush and Obama’s loony policies the country is now roughly $15 trillion in debt? If the Chinks want their money back, the Yanks will become the biggest banana republic in the world.


  15. 33
    Sir William Wayde says:

    Flying economy as I do, I never meet MPs in planes.


  16. 43
    Professor plum says:

    My money’s on chukka….wasn’t he pointlessly tweeting tuther day from some far orf place on our expense obviously?


  17. 46
    in my view says:

    Is the clue in the picture?
    was it John Bercow? Tom Thumb?


  18. 47
    Trigger says:

    I was on a plane next to the prime minister.

    “All right Rodney!” I said.


  19. 54
    Handycock says:

    It’s me. I’m just popping into the Gents to pop a couple of Viagra before we land.


  20. 56
    I say I say says:

    It wasn’t Gordon Brown was it?


  21. 59
    Kiss me quick says:

    I hope its not fucking Vaz! and it certainly wont be Bryant then again it could be one othe Eagle Bros.


  22. 60
    Celebrity Leech. says:

    Plastic face leech!


  23. 83
    Handycock says:

    I only asked her if she wanted a sip of my cocktail.


  24. 86
    George Osbo says:

    I am raising the minimum wage by 15%.
    Now that’s good news.

    Of course that means about 200,000 of you will probably be out of work. But its a great headline! And completely foxed Milipants.

    ha ha


  25. 89
    Steve P says:

    Myleene is a Klass act.

    Admit it boys; you would, wouldn’t you?


  26. 90
    12 Years a PAYE slave says:

    TBH, I’m not sure she’ll do any better than an MP! At 35 with two kiddies, she’s not such a great catch..


  27. 108
    Adam Werrity says:

    She was nice, but wrong sort tbh.


  28. 109
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    It’s not me either. I only travel First Klass.


    • 127
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      Well Miliband is a first class plonker :-)


      • 252
        Fish says:

        Before that film was shot he had his staff remove all of the ‘First Class’ antimacassars so he could pretend to be in standard – unfortunately they missed the ones further down the carriage.

        Never mind Ed…remember, in Pendelinos the BLUE seats are first class and the RED seats are (appropriately) second class.


  29. 111
    Sherlock Homes says:

    *locates Parachute = Guaranteed a Jump = Handycock


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    RomaBob.... Beeg Issue, Beeg Issue! says:

    Mylene is such a lovely classy lady……… that ex-husband of her’s must have been a right dildo to dump her!

    Just my thoughts :)

    I suspect many of you f*ckers here have ham shanks thinking about the Eagle sisters!


  31. 116
    Ian Smith says:

    Universal Credit will be delivered on time and on budget.


  32. 118
    Nominations for the Wanker Of The Decade Award says:

    George Osborne sold Northern Rock for a £480 million loss
    George Osborne sold Lloyds Share for a £230 million loss
    George Osborne sold Royal Mail for at least 50% less than it was worth
    4G was auctioned off for £1.2bn less than George Osborne forecast


    • 123
      Gordon "Bonkers" Brown says:

      I sold off most of our gold reserves at $250 an ounce to help out my mates at Goldman Sachs. Gold peaked at over $1800 an ounce last year.

      Total loss of some £12 billion.


    • 126
      broderick crawford says:

      yeah …. but you cannot deny it

      Gordon beat him to it by selling all the gold for threepence ha’penny …


    • 138
      Hahahahahahah says:

      So whats your point? If it hadn’t been for fucking labour we would have never ever been in that situation in the first place. Here’s a suggestion for you you twat

      Fuck off


    • 146
      Taxpayer says:

      Low interest rates notwithstanding, those are nothing like the losses to the taxpayer of paying interest on the billions borrowed and pissed away by Labour when they were in government and subsequently. (Not that Osborne has been much better).


  33. 128
    ████ 'changed my tune ' Hoon says:

    How can Lard Everard bring the LibDems into disrepute when they spend all their time being disreputable ?


  34. 130
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Community speedwatch.


    Nothing to fear, nothing to hide.

    A measure brought in by George Ferguson whilst he tries to leach more funds from the EU via The Green Capital Award. Though the Limp Dims were also keen on it as well. Doesn’t look like a liberal measure.

    Bristol has 20 mph zone about to start, a residents’ parking zone with a hidden emissions charge.


    • 147
      Hey wack says:

      Was in Liverpool today, it’s been a long time in that dump, seems the best way to slow traffic down is to put a set of traffic lights at every junction if they are needed or not, then set the timing to change once every hour for 5 seconds, the roads are choka the only saving grace is they have opened the bus lanes to all traffic until July, now if they got rid of the empty buses.


      • 152
        genghiz the kahn says:

        The red trousered wonder keeps adding more traffic lights. But the Green Capital Award means that Ferguson is jumping to an EU tune whilst he sings fuck the voters.

        Bristol City’s traffic policy, designed to appease Brussels and piss everyone else off.


  35. 136
    Curious says:

    Scones are an odd snack to have on an Iberia flight.


  36. 140
    Prime Minister Comrade David Cameron says:

    Rejoice comrades, between the minimum wage rise, benefits and food bank you can afford a new 3D TV.


  37. 145
    Geoffrey Brooking says:

    I say it was Michael Fallon drowing his sorrows….

    Poor chap needs all the help he can get after being made Minister for Portsmouth.


  38. 150
    Hard-up MP? says:

    Can I touch you for twenty quid?


  39. 157
    David Cameron, being European, like Hollande says:

    Who do I have to fuck to get a drink round here ?


  40. 161
    Liberal Dumbocraps says:

    We welcome women who wish to join our party. Please see our Membership Officer, Chris.


  41. 162
    Gordon Brown says:

    I suffer from aurophobia, but the whole country suffered from me.


  42. 163
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Gordon I did nothing about Dalgetty Bay whilst in Government Brown saves the day.



  43. 164
    Mandela Free Zone says:

    I would like to congratulate everyone on getting this far into the thread without mentioning Voldemort.


  44. 170
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Lord Rennard and his mates from the society of crafty bastards are the biggest worldwide laughing stock. Rennard “is not prepared” to apologise because he and his men with secrets are the wost exposed worldwide bunch of evil duplicitous low-life scum. And of course they all Lodge with one another. Huh – the days of the crafty bastards getting away with ARE NUMBERED.


    • 198
      Not Blowing Whistles says:

      If Rennard was to apologize he would be admitting to be guilty of actions for which he could be criminally liable.


      • 254
        No Justice, no peace says:

        Which is precisely why this should be heard in a court.

        Several women are now taking legal advice as I write.


  45. 171
    Must get a pseudonym one day says:

    Nowhere does it specify the gender of the MP – maybe it was one of the ‘flying Eagles’ aiming to join the Mile-High Rug-Munching Club ?

    Some folk would pay good money to watch that.


  46. 172
    Jo Swinson says:

    I don’t remember Rennard.


  47. 183
    Anonymous says:


  48. 190
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Note for SC – The art of duplicity – Saul Alinsky … Call everyone else terrorists to distract from that it is those making the loudest shout who are the real terrorists in our midst. Grow some SC.


    • 221

      My dearest Blowing Whistles,

      Much as I normally prefer to ignore your predictably idiotic comments, the output tonight is so egregiously poor and multitudinous that you compel me to make an exception.

      It may well be very clear to others here that you have what is reasonably well known as Jеws-on-the-brain syndrome. Not my words but those of Jeffrey Goldberg. Now, your hackles will rise just by seeing this person’s surname as you do not appear to have the capacity to evaluate rational argument, preferring instead to peddle your warped dogma against those of a certain background whom, presumably, you regard as sub-human.

      The real irony, a word whose meaning you may care to look up as you have misused it here already today, is that you accuse me of that.

      CEP has reappeared today having barely been here for some three years or more. He made a very revealing remark about your being an attention seeker. He is quite right. You clearly have problems. So much so that you will probably not read the following, which I include more for the enjoyment and illumination of others here who possess more open minds.

      Unfortunately we lost the presence of Norman Geras in the last few months. He was not of my political persuasion but wrote very perceptively on this matter. I actually bumped into him several times at Manchester in the past. I am going to do something which you rarely do, provide a link to his excellent normblog:


      A short extract for anyone who is wavering about whether or not to click:

      It bears repeating here: anything can be argued to be like virtually anything else in some respect. But the differences can also matter morally. To focus on the general phenomenon ‘inhumanity’ without due regard to its variants and their moral significance is a form of obtuseness.

      Truly, Blowing Whistles, you have elevated obtuseness into an art form.


      • 247
        Blowing Whistles says:

        SC – your rambling on is quite verbose. In your para 3 it is you who posits opinions Re “sub-human”

        You stated that SC – not me and let me be very clear – “you stated it” I did not.

        Once again you need to look at your own verbiage – you sad deluded old man.

        You killed your own argument in main the first sentence of your reply – i.e. your opinion SC of my ‘predictably idiotic comments’. You have a tendency towards outlining your rhetoric much akin to Melanie Phillips. Pathetic but duplicitous hardly describes it.


      • 248
        Blowing Whistles says:

        P.S. Did you ever catch up with the Fink’s article on Cognitive Dissonance – not that you would have the backbone to admit it, that is?


        • 261

          I have had good correspondence with Fink before (on a number of occasions when I was in the UK) and we pretty well saw eye to eye then. That may disappoint you. Whatever.

          This double posting seems typical of your inability to think before you type. You hit the return button and then think of what you also wanted to say.

          Trigger happy? Premature ejaculation? You are blowing something, that’s for sure.


  49. 191
    Potts says:

    Guardianistas making fools of themselves again. Under the obit of Roger Lloyd Pack are nearly 200 comments, all weeping because he was a good actor (as Trigger in Only Fools & Horses) and a good socialist.

    The latter naturally excuses him from taking a role that mocks the dim working classes.

    They probably don’t realise he went to Bedales, that most exclusive of public schools (alumni inter alia Viscount Linley, Lilly Allen, Gyles Brandreth, Lady Sarah Chatto, Sophie Dahl, Cara & Poppy Delevingne etc etc).


    • 223
      The BBC always reports, "The Government has...Labour said..." says:

      They are all socialists because they are embarrassed by their riches and it allows them to ‘sympathise’ with the working classes from a middle class lifestyle, a sop to their predicament to assuage their conscience, a bit like Primrose Hill Millimarxist pretending to co-habit in Wheatley, Doncaster area with the likes of 1st Doncaster Para represented by Winterton, Jones & Flint (not a 60s Super Group I hasten to add!!) What’s these proud Northern towns come to being represented by such shite as Liebour, their forefathers will be turning over!!


      • 250
        South Yorkshire Calling says:

        Wheatley? Surely not. That’s not Doncaster North, which consists almost entirely of pit villages.

        Ms Flint lives in Sprotborough, which isn’t in her constituency, either (but just happens to be one of the very low number of wards with a Conservative councillor, because its a decent area). She’s another one dropped in from space.

        Ms Winterton lives nearer the centre of town, in her own constituency, and is actually a local, but…well, long time Guido readers know the rest.


        • 258
          Fish says:

          On The Daily Brillo, yesterday it was noticeable that she sounded more like Foghorn Reeves. All of the Labourites must be going to estuary elocution lessons.
          to sound like they are; rye on darn wiv der peepel.


    • 229
      Casual Observer 5 says:

      Agree with sentiment.

      It is sad news about Roger though, was a good actor in many unique ways.



      • 340
        Potts says:

        He was. So was Andrew Sachs (Manuel in Fawlty Towers), but when the Ross/Brand thing blew up, I distinctly remember Guardianistas slagging him off for taking the part of a stupid Spanish waiter. Racist and classist, you see, fully deserving mockery by lefties like Russell Brand. But his worst crime – “not a socialist”.


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    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:



  51. 195
    Get fucked says:

    Apparently, Clegg rang all of Rennard’s victims last night to offer his apologies. That’s all this wankstain does. He lies, he breaks promises, and then he says sorry. He’s a total tosser with no moral authority whatsoever. He ignored the original complaints, denied knowing about them, then admitted he knew but claimed he didn’t know the specific details, then promised he’d take action, and now says he hasn’t got the power to remove Rennard from the party. What an utterly odious, slithery little shit this bellend is. Give it another couple of months and the cock will be saying sorry for something else. Irritating, useless, lying sack of shit.


  52. 209
    non taxable pikey says:

    To say that I am p’ssed off about this an understatement. Inclined to take the trusty pick-axe handle and head toward Lincoln and find the B’stard responsible and introduce him/her to wheelchair basketball training.



    • 235
      altruism in industry says:

      some fuckwit has clearly made an error and hopefully it gets sorted out.


      • 291
        WoRaft Chihuahua says:

        There are 16 UKIP councillors out of 77 on Lincolnshire County Council, which is the issuing authority. N.B. the bureaucrats make the allocations and the councillors then find out how the staff have stuffed-up.

        Here is a list. Contact the whole damn lot of ‘em and make your feelings known. Not sure which one is his representative.


        What might be going on is that somebody has the needle to their boss, Chief Executive Tony McArdle (i.e. the honcho who is head of the staff, not an elected representative).

        McArdle was in the Territorials for twenty years – it is difficult to see him making this ruling, so somebody wants to cause trouble for him. Do him a favour and let him know that some horrible little tic on his staff is victimising a disabled ex-servicemen.


  53. 212
    So What Ed Bollox says:


  54. 214
    Jack Dromey says:

    Harriet’s out. I’ve got the place to myself. My Denzel Washington boxset and a box of tissues. I’m sorted for the night.


    • 224
      The BBC always reports, "The Government has...Labour said..." says:

      Spotted Dick ok for dessert Jack?
      Black-Jack for entertainment?
      Chess later, you can play Black Jack!!
      After dinner chocolates – Minstrels!!


  55. 220
    Ippikin says:

    Let us all hope that three year old is safely found.


  56. 222
    Sir Randolf Finger of Fudge says:

    I am look to raise funds to explore Lord Rennard’s butt crack.


  57. 227
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:



  58. 232
    Cynic2 says:

    So he showed her his credentials. So what


  59. 239
    Jasmin Beckett says:

    I actually cried watching The Terminator. I want all cyborgs from the future dead.


  60. 241
    Spotted - David Cameron says:


  61. 243
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:



    • 260
      Pick litter for bennies says:

      Crunch time aka General Election-Do you want to give the people on “Benefits Street” more money??.Honest working taxpayers say NO.


  62. 262
    albacore says:

    MPs these days have got as much class
    As a muck heap up the Khyber Pass
    Producing nowt except noxious gas
    No wonder this one harassed the lass


  63. 264
    Archive says:

    From previous page:

    But these people are completely worthless, right? says:
    January 16, 2014 at 2:45 pm
    Nowt wrong with the r*pe and murder of babies, children and women.
        Blowing Whistles says:
        January 16, 2014 at 3:14 pm
        Don’t be daft!
        There’s no business like Shoah business!
            Ariel Sharon says:
            January 16, 2014 at 3:52 pm
            Love it!
            Blowing Whistles says:
            January 16, 2014 at 5:36 pm

    You get some laughs here!


  64. 265
    The British media are cunts says:

    Fucking hell old dog face Victoria Derbyshire presenting her misery show on Newsnight.


    • 301
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      Confirmation that NewsShite really has gone to the dogs.


  65. 269
    Ernie, the fastest milkman in the west says:

    If convicted, Ecclestone might face up to 10 years in prison



  66. 271
    So says:

    I’ve just had a 1571 message to say that I have qualified for a new government boiler.

    Any suggestions what they might have been on about?


  67. 274
    Tim Farton, President of the Cockroach Party says:


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    So says:

    They’ve made it at last

    The commentator on the SNOOKER yes the SNOOKER, is Jason Mohammad


  70. 280
    Who's this fat bastard? says:


  71. 285
    MB. says:

    Looking at the portrait of Diane Abbott on This Week earlier. I can’t decide whether it reminds of a reconstruction of a murder victim on Crimewatch or a reconstruction by archaeologists from a skull they had found.


  72. 296
    Take hart says:



  73. 302
    Foreign Correspondent says:

    Massive Conspiracy Went Undetected Due To Tiff On Blog – Daily Mash

    The former United States Secretary of Defense, Robert Gates, warned that a massive conspiracy in the UK had gone undetected due to a leading UK theorist getting over excited on the leading Guido Fawkes political blog. The use of intoxicating liquids was not ruled out.

    The NSA had intercepted thousands of messages in a short time which triggered their metadata searches including the items: blinkered, imposter, dissonance, Melanie Phillips, duplicity, deluded, terrorists, bastards, low-life scum, Lodge (with-a-big-L), pricks, DYOR (believed to be misspelling of a scent), judges, fool tools, wanchor, shyster, uphisownholeness.

    Meanwhile, seventy bankers had managed to squeeze through a hole in a fence and make off with multi-million pound bonuses, aided and abetted by duplicitous judges.

    David Cameron said that UK security services were doing a fine job and both would be returning from paternity leave in just five months. He rejected Mr Gates’ remarks with the words, “I think he got it wrong”.


    We fly in a ‘V’ because it looks brilliant, say birds
    Things cannot be dumbed down any further, warn experts
    Britain could miss out on crazy, pointless war with China, says important American


    • 322
      The Boy Plunger says:

      I wrote to someone i did not like a few years back (on a “copy to” list) that we should all go long RBS !

      If you know some wise guy is reading your emails there is nothing to stop you having a bit of fun.


  74. 311
    altruism in industry says:

    Can we not get the NSA to sort out these wonky IT projects ? They seem quite good at dealing with vast amounts of data.


  75. 314
    Mike Portaloo says:

    Moroccan bot-bot for me


  76. 317
    MPs troughing says:

    Interesting thought….Myleene is probably flying in Business or Club Class…no problem she’s paying for it NOT the taxpayer….if the MP met her then they are also flying Club or Business Class and not economy ….WHY ? the taxpayer is likely to be paying for their ticket..unless they got airline to upgrade on the usual blag of “Do you KNOW who I am ?”


  77. 321
    A no good son of an estate agent says:

    This woman is treating British taxpayers with contempt.

    She is insinuating in public that a British MP has made inappropriate approaches to her yet she fails to give any particulars whatsoever.

    Should she try to get in the UK no doubt the Prime Minister has ordered that the Police should question her about her allegations.


  78. 325
    Lard Everard says:

    You look like a nice girl. Will you help me introduce my private members bill ?


  79. 326
    John Bellingham says:

    Chuckle with Chukka.
    The Today programme has gone all comic. Although the subject was the restructure of commercial banks, the shadow of a Business Secretary chipped in with his political slogan of the day “Your listeners are undergoing the worst cost of living crisis in memory”.
    Radio 4 listeners? 7.00 in the morning? Know thy public, pratt!


  80. 330
    Ah! Yes says:

    £7 an hour FFS. How about £5. 17. 6 a week? Never did me any harm.


  81. 332
    Ah! Yes says:

    At last. The Mail on line front page photo catches up with order-order.


  82. 337
    All that Jas says:

    As someone here predicted a few days ago, don’t be surprised in about ten years or so if Jasmin Beckett is a minister or shadow minister in a Labour government. After graduating, she’ll probably get a gig as an assistant to a Labour MP, followed by a year or two on a Labour council, before being parachuted into a safe Labour seat. In other words, like so many other Labour MPs, she’ll have had no experience of the real world and just lived in a Labour bubble from school straight through to the Commons or, science help us, the cabinet.


  83. 338
    Latest says:

    Mikaeel Kular still missing: Vaz on way.


    • 351
      Vazoline says:

      I am indeed en route and have alerted the media who will be there on my arrival. I shall be granting them interviews and photo opportunities.


  84. 341
    ████ 'changed my tune ' Hoon says:

    While Lord Rennard has been cleared, the difficulty for the Lib Dems continues: one alleged victim yesterday said that she had been harassed by him, and told Nick Clegg to “man up” and block his return. Susan Gaszczak, a Lib Dem parliamentary candidate, warned that working alongside him would be “extremely difficult” and demanded an apology. Lord Rennard is still supported by the majority of Lib Dem peers in the Lords, which creates a further political complication for Mr Clegg. The Deputy Prime Minister has not read a 100-page report into the Lord Rennard sex allegations and is regarded by its author, Alistair Webster QC, as a “passenger in the process”. As we say, “It is not merely Mr Clegg who emerges badly. This episode casts a revealing light on the nature of the Lib Dems’ organisation. An admirable commitment to internal democracy became distorted into a system whereby powerful men could use the party’s machinery to do as they wished.”


  85. 343
    Oh dear says:

    Nails need doing.


  86. 345
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:


  87. 348

    En Français: Solénoïde.

    It’s the way you relay them.


  88. 354
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    I suppose she will summon up enough courage to name the pervert in about 20 years time.

    I wonder just how many woman are going to have to suffer in the meantime.


  89. 359
    Russell Brand says:

    This was definitely business class. BA serve scones on short-haul flights in Club Europe as part of their afternoon tea for business passengers.


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