February 1st, 2014

Yeo in De-Nile About Prospects

Guido is told the Yeo deselection vote is neck and neck, there is even a suggestion that Monday’s result could be decided by a single figure margin. So where has the absentee MP decided would be the best place to spend the weekend? Resisting the lure of the golf course, Yeo has flown to Cairo, perhaps to take refuge in a sand bunker:

Who does he sphinx he is?


218 Comments

  1. 1
    Viking Warrior says:

    First comment?

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    • 3
      RomaBob.... Buy Beeg Issue! says:

      Any windmills in Cairo ??

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      • 8

        Don’t remember seeing any. The Temple of the Winds is in Athens.

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        • 20
          Dave says:

          massive fan #England rugby #Bumboy Army

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          • Hollande says:

            Dave, your (rent)boys took one helluva beating

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          • DC says:

            I’m bigger than you

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          • FH says:

            You may be bigger but i’ve got more uses. Whats that saying use of loose it,

            shrinky boy

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          • Jimmy says:

            Bearing in mind next year’s tournament, remember that England has never won a World Cup, in either rugby or soccer, under a Conservative government.

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          • Consider these two true statements:

            1. England has never won a World Cup, in either rugby or soccer, under a Conservative government – Jimmy

            2. No Labour government has ever left office with unemployment lower than when it started – nor has one left a balanced budget.

            Which one of these matters more to those who have to pay the taxes to keep the country going?

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          • Jimmy says:

            I think you’ll find on Tony’s watch it dropped quite substantially, although I know that’s not what it says on the talking points card you all seem to get.

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          • Good try – but not good enough.

            No Labour government has ever left office… without the double shambles referred to.

            Unlike Labour, we have never had talking cards with Clause 4 printed on it. Sure you remember those days.

            It stated that the fundamental aim of the Labour Party was to secure for the workers by hand or by brain the full fruits of their industry… The two big problems here were blindingly obvious:

            1. There were no detectable brains and

            2. The only industry was rhetoric.

            Some nostalgia though, courtesy Paul Foot:

            http://bit.ly/1gC1wU3

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          • Good try – but not good enough.

            No Labour government has ever left office… without the double shambles referred to.

            Unlike Labour, we have never had talking cards with Clause 4 printed on it. Sure you remember those days.

            It stated that the fundamental aim of the Labour Party was to secure for the workers by hand or by brain the full fruits of their industry… The two big problems here were blindingly obvious:

            1. There were no detectable brains and

            2. The only industry was rhetoric.

            Some nostalgia though, courtesy Pаul Foot:

            http://bit.ly/1gC1wU3

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          • Jimmy says:

            Tony took those off us.

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          • Jimmy says:

            New Labour: Tough on Four, tough on the Clauses of Four.

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          • Ma­q­bo­ul says:

            Would rather win nowt.

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          • Casual Observer 6 says:

            Jimmy – are you seriously trying to make the claim that UK success at sports is in some way tied to the flavor of government at the time ?

            With the preparation time for athletes and teams being mentioned in years, if you are making such claim then you are also ignoring the fact that all of the ground work to get to success was carried out under the Conservative government, and then after some brief success with a Labour one is back to loser status until the next Conservative government shows up.

            The argument you are making does sound like the pre-genocide rhetoric of a failed approach to life, which is Labour / Socialism.

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          • Vlad the Loudhailer says:

            Jimmy we won more gold Olympic medals under a Tory Government!

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          • @Jimmy

            The Labour Party is a moral crusade – or it is nothing – Harold Wilson, Rothesay, May 1964 at the Scottish Labour Party conference.

            So we have:

            * Imprisoned Labour MPs for fiddling expenses, assault etc. (more so than the other parties by a huge margin.)
            * A war we should not have fought.
            * Dodgy dossiers used as justification for war.
            * The death of habeas corpus.
            * The murder of Dr Kelly.
            * BBC stuffed with Labour luvvies who fail to stop Savile.
            * Anti terrorism laws used against people putting their rubbish out on the wrong day.
            * Innocent citizens killed by police.

            Thousands of other similar grossly immoral actions caused by a Labour government.

            Back to “the Labour Party is a moral crusade – or it is nothing.”

            From the above:
            Labour is clearly not a moral crusade ergo, IT IS NOTHING.

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          • @Jіmmy

            Thе Lаbоur Pаrty іѕ а mоrаl сruѕаdе – оr іt іѕ nоthіng – Hаrоld Wіlѕоn, Rоthеѕаy, Mаy 1964 аt thе Ѕсоttіѕh Lаbоur Pаrty соnfеrеnсе.

            Ѕо wе hаvе:

            * Іmprіѕоnеd Lаbоur MPѕ fоr fіddlіng еxpеnѕеѕ, аѕѕаult еtс. (mоrе ѕо thаn thе оthеr pаrtіеѕ by а hugе mаrgіn.)
            * А wаr wе ѕhоuld nоt hаvе fоught.
            * Dоdgy dоѕѕіеrѕ uѕеd аѕ juѕtіfісаtіоn fоr wаr.
            * Thе dеаth оf hаbеаѕ соrpuѕ.
            * Thе murdеr оf Dr Kеlly.
            * BBС ѕtuffеd wіth Lаbоur luvvіеѕ whо fаіl tо ѕtоp Ѕаvіlе.
            * Аntі tеrrоrіѕm lаwѕ uѕеd аgаіnѕt pеоplе puttіng thеіr rubbіѕh оut оn thе wrоng dаy.
            * Іnnосеnt сіtіzеnѕ kіllеd by pоlісе.

            Thоuѕаndѕ оf оthеr ѕіmіlаr grоѕѕly іmmоrаl асtіоnѕ саuѕеd by а Lаbоur gоvеrnmеnt.

            Bасk tо “thе Lаbоur Pаrty іѕ а mоrаl сruѕаdе – оr іt іѕ nоthіng.”

            Frоm thе аbоvе:
            Lаbоur іѕ сlеаrly nоt а mоrаl сruѕаdе еrgо, ІT ІЅ NОTHІNG.

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          • Casual Observer 6 says:

            With uncontrolled immigration from lands afar, Labour are a crusade, but are fighting on the wrong side.

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          • The root of the word crusade is the Latin crux which was an execution frame used by the Romans. Clearly the attachment of an morality here was tenuous.

            The Christians adopted it as their sign because of that. The crusades then set us up for much of today’s troubles. It does appear to trace further back into Proto Indo-European language, unfortunately bearing the acronym PIE, meaning to bend.

            The more one looks, the worse it gets…

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          • Jimmy says:

            Glad to hear you don’t just trot out lists of bogus talking points. You’ve certainly set my mind at rest there.

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        • 27
          Ah! but says:

          Did you
          (a ) get the central chamber of the Great Pyramid?

          (b) Get into Tutenkahemen’s tomb in the Valley of the Kings?

          ( C ) Bring back a ‘souvenir ‘ from Saquara?

          Thought not ;)

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          Tourist says:

          Palace of the Winds – Jaipur

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      • 13
        nell says:

        Loadsa taxis – wasn’t he involved with a taxi company ?

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    • 147
      In the hole! says:

      Sand wedge or should he just tee off?

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  2. 2
    The climate says:

    Let’s hope the Hunt will fuck off and leave me alone

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  3. 4
    Paniagua V5.1 says:

    Has he gone to Constant-Tim-opless ?

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  4. 5
    Mustapha Djinn says:

    Can we have him mummified please ?

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  5. 9
    altruism in industry says:

    bringggg, bringgggg
    ” No I can’t talk to the Pharaoh, I’m busy ”
    click

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  6. 11
    A passing camel says:

    Sphinxy bum time for Yeo

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  7. 12

    Is that a Pharaonic metaphor?

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  8. 15
    Podiceps says:

    Where’s the Muslim Brotherhood when you need it?

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  9. 16
    Iain Duncan Smith says:

    Man has benefits axed after having a heart attack during his sickness assessment. How sick is this country becoming?

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  10. 17
    Expat Geordie says:

    Distinct lack of freedom of speech in Cairo at the moment. Perhaps he has gone there because it makes him feel at home?

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    • 91
      Hei-gue says:

      Gone there against Foreign Office Advice

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      • 121
        Anonymous says:

        It’s the lure of young arab boy’s bottoms perhaps? Something to sink his Wedge into.

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        • 163
          Singalong Time says:

          The sexual life of a camel
          Is harder than anyone thinks.
          One night in a fit of passion
          He tried to roger the Sphinx.
          But the Sphinx’s vaginal orifice
          was filled with the sands of the Nile.
          Which accounts for the hump on the camel
          And the Sphinx’s inscrutable smile.

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          • Man on Rugby tour coach says:

            In the story of syphilisation
            From the anthropoid apes down to Man,
            It is commonly held that the Navy
            Has buggered whatever it can.
            But more recent extensive researches
            By Darwin and Huxley and Hoyle
            Have conclusively proved that the hedgehog
            Has never been buggered at all.

            Why haven’t they done it at Spithead
            As they’ve done it at Harvard and Yale,
            And also at Oxford and Cambridge
            By shaving the spines off its tail.

            ( air: Eton Boating Song)

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  11. 21
    Demographics says:

    No worries. They don’t call South Suffolk a 31 year safe Tim Yeo seat for nothing.

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      South Suffolk removals says:

      Pull the flush. Will soon clean up this mess and make it safe. Any bad wind will turn out to be nothing.

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  12. 23
    nell says:

    anthropogenic global warming like yeo himself appears to have been exposed as a bit a fraud or a con – whatever.

    Perhaps he is in egypt looking for new opportunities for turning a fast buck, as they say.

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      Casual Observer 6 says:

      I dare say that when he gets back the tax payer may be offered some outstanding deals on a Pyramid or two…

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    • 122
      Tim Yeo says:

      Look at what global warming has done to this place – all the water is gone. Before we invented the motor car, electricty and rice crispies, this was all fertile farmland and forests where Bambi and all the Walt Disney characters frolicked in the dappled shade.

      this is ideal territory for windmills – no wind to blow and wear them out; easy money.

      £1m fee and a 20% cut of the profits please.

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  13. 26
    Joe Public & all Voting UKIP.ORG says:

    Has Windmills of the Mind Yeo Ho decamped to Cairo because he
    knows his reselection is in the bag ??

    Then again he could get Pharaohs Revenge in Cairo !!! which is enough
    to knock the shit out of anybody & resulting in being stuck to loo for
    at least 72 hours…..

    That could not happen to a nicer bloke ……………

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  14. 30
    Fbi says:

    Tim do not come back to the UK as there is tube strike on for the next two weeks and by the time yoi get back you will be an ex-MP at the next election in May

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  15. 31
    David Cameron says:

    You leave Tim alone! He’s a millionaire so he can’t be all bad. I mean, he could be one of those ghastly middle classes…

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  16. 37
    Yim Teo says:

    Cnut or be cnuted

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  17. 41
    Anonymous says:

    Yeo is in Cairo, the Conservatives are in a bunker.

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  18. 43
    Ah! says:

    Never Ending or beginning like an ever “spinning ” wheeler.

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  19. 59
    Do as I say NOT AS I DO says:

    Why do these self promoted eco leaders still travel by aeroplane?
    A return flight is like doubling your carbon footprint.

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  20. 62
    OK says:

    If you haven’t met Jesuand Mo yet, it’s about time you did.
    Salman Rushdie

    http://www.jesusandmo.net/

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  21. 78

    Denial ain’t just a river in Egypt- quoting Mark Twain

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    • 87
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Is yeo a lawyer – oh f ing hell I’m going to have to check that out.

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      • 124
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Blowing Whistles says:
        Your comment is awaiting moderation.
        February 1, 2014 at 9:10 pm

        of the earlier Ed’s new plan with his union Marxist buddies all controlled by the rothies of course…..

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        Blowing Whistles says:
        February 1, 2014 at 8:38 pm

        No one else seems to have mentioned it and I have waited all day – so here we go

        Well that’s another Commie Marxist FIVE YEAR PLAN in the mix

        and then there’s another plan by Lloyds – a six year plan …

        JFHC spare me.
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        • 155
          Casual Observer 6 says:

          Some points to consider about recent 5 year plans:

          i) Setting targets / goals and in particular setting job related performance targets has been very regressive.

          a) To meet time related targets : Corners are unnecessarily cut, or work is drawn out. Whilst targets are useful for projects (as open ended will mean never delivered), setting unrealistic targets has been a hall mark of many of the failed grand schemes of late.

          b) Performance targets: Encourage fraud as people will wish to protect their jobs. When the targets are such that collusion between different levels becomes beneficial, the fraudulent activity becomes engrained.

          c) Five year political targets are always doomed to failure. The only long term agenda’s which seem to work sometimes are those which are set in the civil service and which span governments. The EU is a notable example of a failed case.

          There is a fundamental problem in the UK economy at present.

          Would suggest the symptoms are thus:

          i) Job Insecurity
          ii) High cost of employment to employers.
          - These two items together create conditions for poor performance and failure. Employers find it difficult to be flexible and have to deal with high staff turnover rates – not good for continuity – and insecure employees will not behave productively.

          iii) No reward for job completed well and on time, long term reward for non-completion in some cases, zero sum gain for both parties.

          - There have been many cases where staff have been cut (in some cases at or just after Christmas) despite having delivered on time and under or within budget. There is absolutely no incentive whatsoever either long term or short term for doing good on time work. Doing good work = losing job : Not a good equation.

          - In many cases, when projects have got to a certain point it is not in the interests of the main stake holders to cancel. Hence job security can be bought by ensuring delivery is not met for ‘legitimate’ reasons. This is the wrong kind of job security to make available.

          - For many projects, because there has not been adequate thought put in or the work is simply Socialist style ‘wake work’ projects, then there is no incentive on either side for a completion, or when complete, what is delivered has zero value as it is already horribly out of date.

          Some remedies:

          a) Fix the primary day to day cost of living : housing. The high costs put a firm mark under most wage demands pushing both employers and employees into dubious territory in order to meet this artificially high cost.

          b) Reduce the cost of employment: Can be done through serious tax reform, and dumping of a lot of EU related red tape. Employers should be able to hire easily, fire less easily.

          Employees should be able to move more freely, and employers hire.

          Providing an incentive to employers to retain and train could be done through the tax system.

          c) Ensure that rewards for failure are ended. Capitalism does not work if unproductive capital is kept going. Unproductive capital is a waste of limited resources.

          d) Drop the target / performance notions – particularly within the public services. These are a corrupting influence.

          Reducing the size of government is the only way to keep public sector costs under control. Private enterprise generally does need to keep a closer eye on such things, but only in order to maintain or gain competitive position in the market place.

          Due to the damage that has been done the younger generation through the poorly named state ‘education’ system such a wholesale reform may take a while.

          The Political five year plans of the LibLabCon are broadly irrelevant now as they are not guaranteed to be in power within the next 18 months.

          None of Labour’s five year plans which it ran when in office did anything other than damage the UK. They certainly did not deliver anything at all positive.

          The same will be said of the coalition when the fraud that is behind their good economy rhetoric is exposed.

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          • Squiggles and dots says:

            The Civil Service do not call them ‘targets’; they are known as ‘Objectives’

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          • Casual Observer 6 says:

            The civil service has it’s own very special definition of what constitutes ‘work’.

            They are in existence only to fill those gaps in the economy which are not economically viable for, or in the interests of, the private sector to take on.

            From a cost / profit center perspective the civil service is wholly cost.

            This is the main reason why is needs to be reduced to a more sensible size.

            That could partly explain the semantic differences.

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  22. 82
    bartfartbastard says:

    It’s OK folks, he walked there.

    Well, that’s what he told ME.

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  23. 86
    Anonymous says:

    Brass neck.

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  24. 88
    Anonymous says:

    Are the Brotherhood looking for a new leader?

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  25. 92
    Ed Moribund says:

    I’ve very nearly got around to the one man one vote principles that have been available in the UK for a hundred years or more.

    That’s progress.

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  26. 94
    Nigel Garage says:

    If Yeo succeeds it will be a nice sort of seat for a chap who thinks green energy is a waste of money to stand.
    Any ideas who might stand against him ion 2015? Someone who’s been attracting disaffected blue votes recently?

    just a thought.

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    • 133
      EUHATER says:

      UKIP hoovering up the votes!

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      • 190
        Casual Observer 6 says:

        Lib Dem’s targetting East European votes.

        Are the East European’s going to play to stereotype and prove that they are aligned with a party of sexual deviants ?

        Would be surprised if the Unions allow them to vote anything but Labour.

        They should vote UKIP.

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  27. 95
    Dan Hodges says:

    .

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  28. 101
    Yeo disappeared says:

    Has Yeo gone native and changed his appearance.

    Grown a beard, puts on sandals and using his sheets as a garment?

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  29. 103
    R. Youshore says:

    LIKE BEING SAVAGED BY A DEAD SHEEP ?

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  30. 106
    Moustaffa Scam says:

    Cairo has the hottest deckchair in recorded history and he’s gone to prove it.

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  31. 110
    Moustaffa Scam says:

    The sea on our western coast has dried up. We have miles and miles of sand and bone dry beaches. Come and see for yourself.

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  32. 112
    Blowing Whistles says:

    five year plans by Ed the marxist comments to b muderated huh!

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  33. 113
    Blowing Whistles says:

    i put a few comments up earlier on – at first they were ‘published’ and then by some magic they were ‘mudded’ yeah after they were published – well well well … indeed i must be really pissing the ptb right off..

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  34. 116
    Blowing Whistles says:

    havesome see 339 and moddud here – wots that all about … me pushing to truth too much eh.

    330
    Cob Browe says:
    February 1, 2014 at 7:42 pm

    A union leader goes to Rio and checks out the brothels. In the first one he asks if the girls belong to a union. ‘No,’ replies the madame. ‘And what cut do the girls get?’ asks the leader. ‘They take 20 per cent,’ replies the madame.
    Offended by this unfairness the union leader goes to a second brothel and asks the same questions. Here he finds that the girls do belong to a union and get to keep 80 per cent of their takings. ‘That’s better,’ says the union leader. ‘I’d like to have the redhead in the corner.’ ‘

    Sure you would,’ says the madame, beckoning to an old fat blonde. ‘But Ethel here has seniority.’
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    335
    Mars Attacks! says:
    February 1, 2014 at 8:02 pm

    Genius!

    Thanks for making an old curmudgeon laugh!
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    Blowing Whistles says:
    February 1, 2014 at 8:38 pm

    No one else seems to have mentioned it and I have waited all day – so here we go

    Well that’s another Commie Marxist FIVE YEAR PLAN in the mix

    and then there’s another plan by Lloyds – a six year plan …

    JFHC spare me.
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    • 118
      Blowing Whistles says:

      It’s all timelocked you twats – stop yeur fucking games.

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      • 143
        Ma­q­bo­ul says:

        It’s a pisser innit Whistles? All my brilliant posts get stopped; only the mediocre and rubbish ones get through, like yours.

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  35. 117
    Anne McIntosh says:

    I feel his pain.

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  36. 119
    Putting more women into labour than Ed Miliband says:

    Did Yeo ever take responsibility for the child he fathered? He went to back to basics.

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  37. 123
    Blowing Whistles says:

    This coming week the EU are going to attempt to bludge through more bumbandit laws all of them pushed and promoted by Israel.

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    • 152
      Casual Observer 6 says:

      The EU pushing through these laws are not doing themselves any favors.

      Sidestepping the homophobic accusations, right now this can be stated on the basis that the Eurozone economy is showing no signs of improvement, and 98% of the European population do not benefit and are likely not in full support of such a waste of time.

      Pro-Gay laws in the Eurozone are the analog of Stal!n’s tractor policies.

      In some ways it is worst as it is projecting the wrong image about Europe.

      Same-sex sodomy is not regarded as a positive in the majority of the world, and its advocacy by unlected commissioners is not going to distract from their p’edophile habits.

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      • 170
        EUHATER says:

        It is a filthy unhygienic practice being propagandised as normal behaviour .

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        • 192
          Casual Observer 6 says:

          Agreed.

          It is the kind of behavior which Church missionaries pushed on the third world in order to keep numbers down.

          Didn’t work there, but did contribute to the rapid spread of HIV-AIDS.

          This is clearly part of the agenda:

          The EU wishes people to die of AIDS and not have families / children.

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  38. 127
    \crow pie says:

    There is a fat b*stard called Crowe
    Who fries on the beach in Rio.
    He Despises true workers
    But he is the shirker
    Brothers …give him the heave-ho.

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  39. 128
    Socialists = Sociopaths says:

    LABOUR HAVE THE WRONG MITTEYBAND AND THE WRONG BALLS.

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  40. 130
    Ah! I've says:

    Taken my sleepi

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  41. 132
    Yeo is like Jimmy says:

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  42. 139
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

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  43. 141
    Ma­q­bo­ul says:

    Let us hope any postal votes received from the Middle East by the deselection committee are viewed with caution.

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  44. 144
    non taxable pikey says:

    Guido, you really have to be asking why this wasn’t made public before the Immigration debate. “Evidence of Fraud and Abuse of Free Movement in the UK”, was so obviously held back by someone. Theresa has to answer for this.

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  45. 145
    Anonymous says:

    He’s in da nile.

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  46. 148
    Pyramid scheme says:

    Fez please.

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  47. 151
    albacore says:

    Well, yo ho ho and a bottle of rum
    Hope a Nile crocodile selects the bum
    (Though even a rat wouldn’t be so dumb
    As to risk digesting LibLabCon scum)

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  48. 156
    Mad as a hatstand says:

    I think yeo should Fez up and take his deselection as a man

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  49. 159
    Crooked plod go with crooked legal system says:

    What the hell !!!!!!!!!!
    This is outrageous when the cops got full rein to say anything they like.

    “But it can be revealed today that Mr Mitchell’s own account of the incident will not be put before the judge. In an extraordinary intervention, prosecutors have told the former Chief Whip that they will not submit his ‘impact statements’ because they do not agree he was the victim of a police conspiracy.”

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2550267/New-twist-Plebgate-row-MP-silenced-Andrew-Mitchell-blocked-telling-court-scandal-damaged-life.html#ixzz2s9XkHqx9
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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    • 193
      Casual Observer 6 says:

      Who exactly did M’itchell annoy – or is this part of a broader EU / Cameron conspiracy to keep him down and out.

      Certainly does not improve the image of the police, and helps refocus on the equally dodgy CPS / DPP office.

      How are they getting on with the p’edo investigations which they are desperately trying to whitewash ?

      They are going to have to start arresting security services staff who were involved in the use of kids from children’s homes in ‘honey trap brothels’: K’inkora was happening on the mainland also.

      - The DA Notice cannot be used to keep their names off the record, especially as the argument that they were acting in the national interest is simply not going to wash.

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  50. 165
    School teachers says:

    Bullies are victims too! Michael Gove is wrong! Giving detention is against human rights! Bullies should instead be given merit awards. Everyone is equal. Competition and punishment are bad. Calling someone a winner is against the human rights of non-winners. Prizes for all!

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    • 169
      retardEd Miliband says:

      We mutht end the thtigma of failure! All childwen mutht be given univerthity degwees on their firtht birthday.

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      • 207
        Malcolm Muggeridge says:

        Well if it means our kids are told of the dangers of socialism and communism I am all for it.

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  51. 168
    White rabbit says:

    The super pious Sarah Teather got on one’s tits so much this morning that I had to strangle myself..in fact I’m dead.
    She’s apparently so vexed about her party’s stance on immigration that she’s waiting until the next election to stand down. In the manner of most current MPs she completely ignores her own constituents views on this subject preferring to load up her bank account for when she has to get a real fucking job. By real I mean a big ‘charidee’ or the probably the replacement for the Soviet Union, the goddam EU.

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    • 177
      She has principles. 160,000 of them says:

      Sarah is so angry at the disconnect she feels between herself and her party that she feels there’s no alternative but to collect her £80,000 salary for another year and three months, after which she’ll stand down with dignity and pride and then collect the one year’s salary given to all retiring MPs.

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    • 197
      FFS says:

      The cost of the state as a “benefit in kind” would be £20,000 for every employed person. On top of that it is possible to claim £10,000 a year in tax credits – since these are handled directly by HMRC they do not appear as a “cost” to the state.

      Therefore every minimum wage immigrant that moves to Britain to get a job is actually costing the state £30,000 per year.

      We cannot simply keep loading these people onto the backs of the middle-class taxpayer.

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  52. 171
    Harridan's already waffling and dodging questions says:

    If your blood pressure can handle it, Harpic is on the Marr show. Jack’s probably home watching porn star Wesley Pipes.

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  53. 173
    Liebore reform says:

    Just had a great idea. If enough of us join Labour as union affiliate members, we can fuck up the future leadership election and they’ll end up with Diane Abbott or Ed Balls as leader. Granted, it costs a few quid to join, but it’s a small price to fuck Labour up for decades to come.

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  54. 174
    Harridan's already waffling and dodging questions says:

    Priceless! Harpic answered the point about union domination by saying the criticism is “phobic”. :-D Unionphobia! That’s a classic.

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      As you struggle to work in london next week be thandul its not even raining in Rio De Janerio says:

      Crowphobia?
      Mcluskeyphobia

      Typical stupid labour bitch. Can’t provide a defence to their stupidity so they fall back on it being a phobia. Just like they use the word tax all the time when it isn’t.

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  55. 180
    Sally Morgan says:

    It’s not fair! Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!

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  56. 181
    Ah! no says:

    SUN
    Household name is under investigation
    Savile cops probe household name
    I.D. will shock the world

    Ian Duncan……surely not!

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  57. 183
    Sally Morgan get stuffed says:

    What possessed Gove to appoint a New Labour tool in the first place?

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  58. 196
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP

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  59. 198
    Persona non grata says:

    Have a look at the seen elsewhere section for Limpdums targeting Eastern European votes in the Euro’s. Truly truly desperate stuff from the yellow peril.

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    • 201
      FFS says:

      Immigrants jamming the door open for more immigrants.

      All supported by parties that believe in the welfare state, even though each immigrant places another £30,000 loading on that welfare state through tax credits and benefits in kind.

      We’d better hope Adelle releases another album soon – she’s the one that’s paying for this ever more ridiculous charade.

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  60. 200
    David Cameron, 'leading' from behind says:

    So, the question of how Dave has justified his salary this week is perhaps best left unanswered in detail for reasons of decency, but broadly speaking it is quite clear that he has not.

    A further reward for failure.

    What then are the odds that next week he may do something to justify next weeks pay packet ?

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  61. 205
    Just maybe says:

    Cheer up -at least somebody is reading it (whatever ‘it’ may be).

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  62. 209
    Persona non grata says:

    Dave has started to be seen in purple ties, what’s he scared of?

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    • 212
      David Cameron, 'leading' from behind says:

      With the yellow stripe down his back and the recent actual poll results from local election, he is perhaps seeing the sense of UKIP ?

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  63. 210
    The hunt is on for Tristram says:

    The results from State Schools are absolutely abysmal.

    It is about time Mickey Grove got in their and kicked ass?

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  64. 211
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    Did you not know that Guido is a bit of an old fashioned Socialist at heart ?

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    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

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    lojolondon says:

    If anyone wants a great example of exactly what is wrong with our pathetic government and the crooked one that was in place before, see this article by John Redwood on the Environments Agency – run by a senior Labour Wonk – they spent £593 on staff and £20m on culverts and channels, maintaining and improving water flow :

    http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2014/02/02/the-environment-agency-where-does-all-the-money-go/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+JohnRedwoodsDiary+%28John+Redwood%27s+Diary%29

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  67. 218
    treetop91 says:

    Why get bothered about Yeo ? The next election will see UKIP romp home in so many areas as all the current the smearing works against the smearers !

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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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