January 27th, 2014

Monday Morning LibDem Sex Scandal Round Up

The eternally classy Lord Rennard has threatened to go nuclear and leak “where the bodies are buried” in regard to other LibDem sex scandals. As Guido pointed out in the Sun yesterday, we’ve heard Nick Clegg’s excuses before:

“Last year it emerged that Clegg had also ignored two letters sent to him by lawyers representing men who claim they were attacked in the Sixties and Seventies by the late Liberal MP Cyril Smith. Law firm Pannone said: “We have formally written to Nick Clegg’s office on two occasions requesting the chief whips’ files on allegations of abuse at a hostel in Rochdale”. Another case of lost in the post, no doubt.”

Here are the developments in the Mike Hancock scandal this morning:

  • The Sun has revealed Hancock victim “Annie’s” heartbreaking pleas sent to Nick Clegg and the chilling warning the DPM ignored – Guido will post when it’s online.
  • Portsmouth Council LibDem Group have gone into to coalition with Indepedent Councillor Mike Hancock, despite having a majority, so he can keep his job in the council cabinet. This is a direct challenge to Clegg’s authority.
  • The most senior female LibDem on Portsmouth Council has quit in disgust.
  • Portsmouth LibDems are selecting a new candidate for 2015.
  • “Annie” is demanding to meet Nick Clegg for answers on why she was ignored for three years.

Guido has something up his sleeve. Stand back…


151 Comments

  1. 1

    Rennard exploding.

    Not a pretty sight but let it happen!

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    • 2
      Geedo's Competitor says:

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        FRIGHTENING says:

        In normal circumstances that would be enough to suspend Hancock and possibly bring down the council.

        What hold does Hancock hold over his local and national colleagues? What mechanisms are available to stop a crooked corrupt council?

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        • 41
          FFS says:

          Well I think we established yesterday that about 1/6th of the elected LibDem MPs are known to be crooks and perverts.

          What is the chance that a big proportion of the remaining 5/6ths are just as bad but have not been found out yet? And what is the likelihood that they all think it is a bit of a laugh and they have all been swapping stories?

          The fact is that the LibDems have not been under such scrutiny previously, and the scrutiny has already exposed 10 of them. More to come I would guess, unless they force the lid down hard.

          I’m hoping that the whole LibDem party will explode in a deluge of corruption and perversion scandals. I have always said that the only reason anybody joins the LibDems is to indulge in corruption at local level. That is the only motivation for joining the LibDems that makes any kind of sense.

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        • 42
          W.W. says:

          At what point do people start calling for Clegg to resign?

          W.W.

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          • Casual Observer 5 says:

            About two years ago ?

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          • The Duchess of Ugg says:

            If he was anything other than a self-serving twat, he would have given up on his ambitions to rule us the day he started working for Leon Brittan.

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          • FFS says:

            Clegg is a foreigner with a foreign wife that doesn’t give two hoot sfor the UK, would hapily see it over-run with other foreigners and has no real connection with the British people.

            Once all this crap has reached its inevitable conclusion it will be time to change our constitution to ensure that only those that are descendent of third generation Brits can be MPs.

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          • The EU says:

            Even his German has a Dutch accent.

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          • V. Putin says:

            My German is with a Berliner’s accent.

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        • 63
          Fly on the wall says:

          What mechanisms etc.?

          Well, you could ‘lodge’ a complaint with your local Lodge, er, police station, er, Lodge; or the local Lodge, er, newspaper, er police station, er, Lodge.

          … and if all that fails, Guido’s email is at the top of the page ^^^^ up there.

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    • 24
      Lord Stansted says:

      The Lib-Dems, a Party that just keeps giving.

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      • 66
        Village Idiot says:

        …..I am equally appalled at the manic rantings’ of Balls at the weekend,which shows that labour “Just do not get it”.

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        • 76
          John Bellingham says:

          If you think that E.Balls is struggling with GCSE economics–have a look at this pathetic load of bilge by Owen Jones (age 27 and three quarters). I am simply flabbergasted that a major newspaper would publish this stuff without a few smiley faces dotted around the copy. It look like an “O” Level essay circa 1966 (maybe it is and was copied from his Dad’s old exercise books.

          http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/comment/owen-joness-agenda-for-hope-we-want-a-fairer-society–and-heres-how-we-can-achieve-it-9086440.html

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          • FFS says:

            I loved this comment that came after it:

            “Everyone working or not should receive an unconditional income so they can choose to work or not. It would replace all welfare payments and if a person wanted to work they would still receive the unconditional income, but be taxed at 50% on every £1 they earned after it.”

            It really brings home the socialist mindset. It is high time we brought in a kind of national service where everybody has to spend at least 2 years working on a farm so we can bring this kind of mind-numbing bollox to an end.

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          • The socialist dream is an old and a stupid one says:

            An-other abbei is ther-bi,
            For-soth a gret fair nunnerie,
            Vp a riuer of swet milke,
            Whar is plente gret of silk.
            Whan the somer is dai is hote,
            The yung nunnes takith a bote
            And doth ham forth in that riuer,
            Both with oris and with stere.
            Whan hi beth fur fram the abbei,
            Hi makith ham nakid forto plai,
            And lepith dune in-to the brimme
            And doth ham sleilich forto swimme.
            The yung monketh that hi seeth,
            Hi doth ham vp and forth hi fleeth
            And commith to the nunnes anon,
            And euch monke him taketh on
            And snellich berith forth har prei
            To the mochil grei abbei,
            And techith the nunnes an oreisun
            With iambleue vp and dun.
            The monke that wol be stalun gode
            And kan set a-right is hode,
            He schal hab, with-oute danger,
            Twelve wiues euche yere,

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          • PJ says:

            If Owen were true to his beliefs he would be busy planting trees because that’s obviously where he believes that money comes from.

            I haven’t seen such rubbish as this since my student days in the seventies.

            The ‘Living Wage’ is seductively attractive because otherwise taxpayers are subsidising either the customers or owners of low wage paying businesses. However, any hike in the minimum wage would increase the marginal cost of labour which might drive some companies out of business and lead other to increase automation meaning that the least productive can’t get jobs.

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    • 25
      cep says:

      A comedy-free Mr Creosote.

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    • 31
      Ah! but says:

      The most senior female LibDem on Portsmouth Council has quit in disgust.

      The rest????

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    • 40
      Sir William Wayde says:

      It’s nice to see our learned friends making an honest quid, rubbing away at old wounds intil they bleed again.

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    • 93
      Maximus says:

      Not crosshairs for this one. Big grey mushroom cloud.

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    • 139
      Spartacus says:

      just gone onto wikipedia

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Clegg

      i guess the oopening line will be changed shortly

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  2. 3
    Prescott's chipolata says:

    I’m enjoying this one. Go go Guido.

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    • 9
      I dislike socialists intensely says:

      Chickens coming home to roost.

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      • 146
        Handycock with his peg leg on says:

        I cannot understand what all the fuss is about. I only joined the LibDems from Labour becuase they assured me that Perverts were safe within it’s ranks and many members had constructed safety mechanisms around them through the Freemasons. I know, I am not the only powerful Lib Dem to run a city and it’s planning for decades, to create business relationships with multi millionaire drug dealers (my boys) who can launder their drug profits through providing accommodation for asylum seekers I have arranged to bring in to the city. As for the police in all this, well the answer is to get them in to the same Lodge as me, my political cronies, my boys, senior council officers, specifically the Chief Executive and City Solicitor, who I personally brought in for the self same protection and bingo away we go. Portsmouth is not the only Council to be run this way in this country, I can assure you and if I do not get the whip back I will be joining Randy rennard in full expiosure. Boaz.

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  3. 5
    Ah! Can't says:

    Will somebody please post this in all it’s glory

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  4. 6
    Casual Observer 5 says:

    Would be good if he raised this in the house as a question to the Prime Minister, just to avoid the libel and get it fully on the record.

    He’s stuffed and he knows it: Instead of threats perhaps just publishing is the best way forward. He has no way out now, and nothing really to lose.

    An accident with an orange may be avoided if he gets his allegations into the public domain ASAP.

    Great insight into how the high caliber minds of some elected representatives work. David Cameron would fair no better truth be told.

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    • 12

      Did you see my Godsells reference on the previous page? And immediately before it, a link to last night’s conversation?

      It may be a very small world.

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      • 44
        Casual Observer 5 says:

        Caught up with it.

        Tullet Prebon Yamane, as Tullet’s were in the late 90s, were / are a good firm, but were direct competition for the major US brokers, EuroBroker’s and Cantor Fitzgerald, especially in the Euro-Dollar markets.

        Very good firm.

        A dazzling insight into how screwed up the Euro project really was at inception could be had if you saw what was going on with the Euro desks at the time. Totally dysfunctional.

        RP Martin used to be a very ‘girly’ outfit, meaning they were reputed to have the most attractive brokers in skirts. Not sure if that is still the case, but if you read the gist of that DM article you will get another bit of insight ;-)

        One of the few professions by the way where being gay or a sexual deviant does not help your career, but being straight and smart does.

        Enjoyed the rotten borough piece you put up.

        Perhaps now a reform act to deal with putrid borough’s is required ?

        Am not sure if there is any sanction other than pitch forks and eventual election for dealing with completely corrupt local councils for example. An unusual and unique circumstance has developed in Portsmouth South which seems to have found a gap in regular moral and ethical decency, as well as the law.
        ;-)

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        • 68

          Without revealing anything, except to insiders, the nickname of my friend was Punch. You have probably met him at some time as he only retired in the last few years.

          God! Did they all drink!

          I had noted that they did not take kindly to metrosexuality. :-)

          The dysfunctionality to which you refer washed over the entire banking, insurance and business sectors at that time. There comes a point where you think I can’t be doing with this, I’ll find another way.

          Thanks for that compliment but I actually believe it to be truer as time passes. Nothing as strange as life.

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          • Casual Observer 5 says:

            Believe me, it was never as bad as what was seen on the Euro Desks.

            Total cluster – the tail end of which is now playing out.

            The capacity for alcohol is part of the job spec. What you should note is that they can drink like fish, but still remain straight as a die in thinking. That is the trick.

            Metrosexuality is not generally smiled upon, and quite rightly so – it’s abhorrent.

            Neither are lefty mongs who try to invade trading floors to occupy or make political points. They learned the hard way that one of the sports quite popular in the financial services is boxing. :-)

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          • JH3984902389032 says:

            I remember that day!

            The great unwashed got a sound hiding as they discovered that those working on trading floors are not all effete toffs but more usually incredibly sharp barrow boys made good.

            Fucking brownshirts in tie-die, the lot of them.

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          • The ability to drink and think without the one affecting the other is, thankfully, one I mastered in my late teens by drinking with people considerably older than I was.

            I tend to drink less and think more as I approach my middle ages. :-)

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  5. 7
    Uncle Fester says:

    How is he still on the council and an MP?

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    • 150
      The enitre establishment is corrupt says:

      Same reason as Savile was able to work at the BBC for 50 years and hob nob with Royalty, PMs, MPs, Lords, senior Police officers and all the rest of the shower of sh1te.

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  6. 10
    Robert Peel says:

    If Rennard knows where there are bodies buried, or evidence relating to any criminal activity, I suggest he fulfils his duty as a legislator and law-abiding citizen and immediately attends a police station to report such matters in detail.

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  7. 14
    altruism in industry says:

    Taoiseach,
    Come back to our bosom.
    We are the same once divided by landlords.
    Throw away the chains of Europe.
    Amalgamate our minstrels.
    Join with us and negotiate a new United Kingdom outside of the EU.

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  8. 15
    Reader says:

    Guido, your continual click-baiting to the Sun’s paywall is tedious.

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  9. 18
    Vengeance my lord says:

    …….Chickens coming home to roost,or punishment from the wrath of ……..?
    …..

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  10. 19
    Nemesis says:

    What a hideous party the Lib Demics are. As for Rennard and his litt;e black book it shows what an obscene person he really is if it is true. Anyway I thought blackmail was illegal.

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  11. 20
    Legal Les says:

    As much as I think Hancock is a disgrace you have to wonder what the CX and the Legal Officer
    were doing. They would have had duty to protect vulnerable persons.Sounds like the whole set up is rotten. Well done Guido. Finish the job and flush them all-out.

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  12. 22
    FFS says:

    High time this whole thing went to court. It is in the interests of practically everyone involved, except for the guilty party, that these allegations are heard in open court, and a jury decides the merits of “Annies” complaint.

    You can easily jump to conclusions that those who claim the police will not take the matter to court because this is a stitch-up by the Masons, are in fact correct.

    Yet another example of corruption by those with power against the interests of the ordinary citizen, as if we needed yet another. One wonders what happened to such allegations before the rise of the internet?

    Perhaps it is time to have a whip-round to ensure that “Annie” can take her case to court without fear of losing out.

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  13. 26
    Sir Fatius Piles (Dead libdem Pederast) says:

    Aye, here’s a joke to cheer Ye’s all up: In the libdems, how do seperate the boys from the men?
    With a crowbar.

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  14. 28
    Steve(I can't believe I get paid for this) Webb says:

    If you give us £900 we’ll give you an extra pound a week on your pension. So if you live to be 120 you’ll be quids in.

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  15. 32
    Ah! says:

    IDS’s troops are out. First leaflet of the day.

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  16. 33
    cep says:

    Clegg knows more about the goings on at Caldicot than he’s letting on.

    Possibility that Rennard knows of Cleggs school history too.

    Lib Damned.

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  17. 34
    Ah! wonder says:

    Is it a sign of a settling in the Middle East?

    Crow eats P0pes dove of piece

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    • 35
      Ah! fuck says:

      peace even

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    • 48
      kmc says:

      Boob Crude
      bib cries
      Big crow
      Boob crow
      Bib crow
      Bib cross
      Bob Crow?

      (Android’s predictive ‘swipe’ text got there eventually.)

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    • 53
      M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

      Never release Doves of Peace without a fighter escort. Next time I would hope there are a few albino peregrines released in amongst the doves. See how the crows and gulls react to that.

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    • 98
      FFS says:

      It’s a sign of the End of Days:

      Black crows eating the white dove of peas.

      Biblical floods of gays.

      The perverts of power.

      The frogs of socialist incompetence.

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  18. 36
    Sir William Wayde says:

    Gosh isn’t this fun?

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  19. 37
    Ah! Guido says:

    Cameron owes Guido for this one. Big time

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  20. 43
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    Today I shall be mostly hiding from the truth ( something to which we LibDems are total strangers.)

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  21. 51
    Ah! phew! says:

    The servers in the HOC must be overheating this morning.

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  22. 54
    John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester says:

    Poor prince! Thy prick, like thy buffoons at Court,
    Will govern thee because it makes thee sport.

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    • 138
      from the same says:

      Worst part of me, and henceforth hated most,
      Through all the town the common rubbing post,
      On whom each wretch relieves her lustful c–t,
      As hogs on gates do rub themselves and grunt.

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  23. 55
    Ah! pull says:

    Nose hair on the cross hair. FFS pull the trigger G

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  24. 56
    Directory enquiries says:

    The phone book is full of Lib-Dem sex scandals. Still more to come?

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  25. 58
    Wait - what! says:

    Unite are balloting Ford workers for a strike, I guess the recovery was just too much to bear.

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    • 70
      You what says:

      Thought Ford had buzzed off to Turkey?.

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      • 79
        FFS says:

        They make the engines at Dagenham. In fact practically the whole of Ford’s European car production relies on engines from Dagenham, making the jobs at Dagenham pretty secure. Or at least those jobs are secure until Unite go on strike and Ford decide to split the engine production across several other plants just to be on the safe side.

        It will be interesting to see if the workers are Dagenham are really that stupid.

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        • 84
          Back to the future with Labour and UNITE says:

          “……. the jobs at Dagenham pretty secure.”

          I think they thought THAT at Grangemouth.The fact is that Ford could just shut down the plant and transfer production abroad.

          It’s certainly back to the future. All we need now is “Red Robbo”

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          • FFS says:

            Shutting down and transferring an entire factory tooled up to make engines with a capacity of 1.4million engines a year is no easy matter.

            Only worthwhile if the unions give you no real alternative.

            The 4,000 workers at Dagenham are in a much better position than those at Grangemouth as long as they don’t fuck things up for themselves. Of course, with people able to claim £26,000p.a. tax free on bennies they might consider mass lay-offs as nothing more than early retirement and be rather sanguine about not having to work a 40hour week.

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        • 106
          Casual Observer 5 says:

          Those jobs could be easily transferred to G’ermany if Ford was encouraged to do that.

          The Union mongs need to be kicked firmly into touch.

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          • Anonymous says:

            And when last did anyone here buy a Ford car?

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          • Jack Ketch says:

            There are several perfectly adequate Ford engine plants around the world, including one in Valencia where an extra 2000 jobs might be very well received by the local government there and the unions too.

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    • 72
      CYNICAL OLD GIT says:

      A two pronged attack, first Balls threatening to destroy through taxation then UNITE destroying more jobs at Ford, I feel the 1970s coming back , a return to the ‘ good old days ‘

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      • 78
        Ice Cream lady says:

        As my Latin teacher in the 1960s explained: Gloria was sick in the Transit on Monday.

        … and he certainly knew a thing or two I can tell you!

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    • 90
      Wait - what! says:

      University lecturers are to go on strike too.
      Not much will happen apart from it taking a day longer to impart Socialism in to our young.

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  26. 59
    Anonymous says:

    Are they recruiting coppers from london zoo?

    anthropoid primates

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  27. 67
    The Plod Thickens says:

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  28. 75
    Tosser Dave says:

    I trust Nickelarse above all others.

    Since I failed to win a majority against Gorgon & Co., I was entirely dependent on forming a coalition with the Libdumps, so that I could get bumsex marriage legalised, and also double the national debt as I promised (or not, I can’t remember)

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  29. 81
    Anon. says:

    Meanwhile, at Portsmouth Lib Dem HQ…

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  30. 83
    We are the losers says:

    So Camoron has come out of hibernation telling people how good he’s been in the last three and a half years, and how he’s cut red tape and regulations, cut the uncivil service and get out of the EU if you want to save billions, as you won’t do both, I hope you have ordered a removal van for May next year , always thought Conservatives were go getters, a snail could have done more work than Camorons Conservatives time in power.

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    • 121
      FFS says:

      Good idea Dave, big up the paltry shit that you have managed to achieve. Hopefully nobody will notice that your promises to cut the deficit and reduce immigration to the tens of thousands were as valid as your promise to give us a referendum on our continued membership of an EU founded on the Lisbon stitch-up.

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    • 145
      carlo gambino says:

      Aw c’mon, lay off Cameron.

      He’s built up a major political party from scratch.

      So it’s UKIP, but he had got to start somewhere.

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      • 151
        broderick crawford says:

        What odds May 2015 press conference in Rose Garden with Camoron introducing his new Deputy PM , one Nigel Farage ???

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  31. 85
    Pompey Voter says:

    Something up your sleeve Guido? Bring it on. Down here in Portsmouth we can hardly wait for the final exit of this man. Roll on the by-election. We can all look forward to the first UKIP Member in the Westminster Parliament.

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  32. 88
    Casual Observer 5 says:

    Why did C’arry H’ole throw a phone at a Guy News screen ?

    Good work, assuming it was a non-homosexual Nokia that was thrown…

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  33. 90
    Jam today says:

    I see Owen Patterson went to Somerset today – just to see where it is!

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    • 119
      Jack Cade of Heathfield says:

      Controlling Badgers by shooting didn’t work, Patterson is hoping his plan to drown them instead is working out.

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      • 124
        Do our politicians think ahead at all? says:

        He’s going to use neutron bombs as he has been told they are 100% effective against badgers.

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  34. 94
    Owen Jones - back in mong mode says:

    Hope is a useless emotion, and the only agenda which the country has for hope is voting UKIP and ensuring that the likes of Owen Jones are kept as far from positions of influence as possible thereafter.

    Owen Jones – a career over before it even started.

    Vote UKIP.

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    • 107
      JH3984902389032 says:

      That is a defining characteristic of lefties – they confuse feelings like ‘hope’ with the act of thinking.

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      • 110
        Jeremy Vile says:

        I’m letting my red friend Ed “50p” Balls have primetime on my show…right now.
        Ed should be chancellor, he’s my kinda guy.

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        • 127
          Pink considerations says:

          Ed Bum and Miliband junior have been instructed by their lawyers reassess this announced policy about failing to consider the Gay/Lesbian/Transgender “feelings” of having to pay such a tax rate.

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      • 118
        Pop Psychiatrist says:

        While the emotion they really ought to be cultivating is SHAME.

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    • 131
      FFS says:

      During the 70s the socialists went for the “more cash wealth for the workers!” approach. Ended up with the IMF being called in and wage restraints but in place. Nobody in Labour has dared revisit those days again.

      The latest incarnation of socialism is adopting the mantra “No matter how little you work, you will get the same net disposable income as a university graduate doing a 60 hour week”. I think we need another 5 years of Labour in power to demonstrate to our below average intelligence compatriots that this won’t work either.

      Once we have demonstrated to all the people that we have taken out both planks supporting the concept of socialism, Labour will sink into oblivion and then we can get on and run Britain properly.

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    • 133
      Man in the Pub says:

      Owen, very few people give a xxxx what you think.

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  35. 96
    hmmmmmmmm says:

    you’ve just got to love these anti-EU ravers haven’t you?

    http://www.whfp.com/2014/01/24/anti-eu-editor-pockets-european-subsidies/

    Dacre rolling it in ……….. tralala

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  36. 109
    herewegoagain says:

    Perhaps when this is over Guido can do the same to the Conservative Party. All in the name of balance of course.

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  37. 123
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    Joan Bakewell is on the DP Show. She wants to know where the water is coming from that is flooding the Somerset Levels. Another example of thick labour, and how much does she sponge from the tax payer?
    The water falls down from the sky, it’s called rain and it’s the hydrological cycle.

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    • 130
      Anonymous says:

      It started in the Atlantic, American side.

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    • 134
      Climate Change surveyor says:

      Its the melting waters of Antarctica seeping through the earth and bubbling up into the Somerset Levels.

      Like

    • 136
      A Chicken says:

      The sky is falling, the sky is falling

      Like

    • 140
      Jack Ketch says:

      I wonder if it is healthy to watch the DP, SP and similar shows. The crashing stupidity of politicos, comedians, journalists and other criminals commenting with a pompous authority on matters that they know ABSOLUTELY nothing about whatsoever just gets my blood pressure doing a Trierweiler.

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  38. 125
    Will says:

    No wonder Charles Kennedy took to the bottle. Having to put up with the liberal party and its scandals is enough to drive even the most teetotal person to drink.

    Biggest cleft will not be able to sit on this for long what’s the bet that they might be forced to resign from the coalition due to the amount of sex crimes I the party

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  39. 128
    Was Fred West a Libdem? says:

    bodies everywhere

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  40. 142
    Spartacus says:

    just gone onto wikipedia

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Clegg

    Although accurate, I guess the opening line will be changed shortly

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