February 8th, 2014

Saturday Seven Up

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You’re either in front of Guido, or behind…

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  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    Good week Guido.

    Thank God (Jamie Redknapp) for the daily email updates or i would have missed all the top stories :)

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  2. 2
    M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

    Second !

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      Soggy biscuit says:

      If Somerset and Devon had been called Greece and Italy they would have been baled out by now.

      If all visitors to Benefits offices were issued with a bucket this could have been sorted and provided work experience.

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        Is Smith turning into a RAT says:

        After the floods the pied piper won’t be dealing with the rats. Will the Islington tendency send buckets of caked poison to deal with these homeless rats? The rats are probably the only wild life in the levels at the moment. The food the birds flock to will have to start breeding from a very low population level. Will the birds come late?

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    M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

    Second !

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    • 4
      We KNOW liblabcon are liars.. we can hope UKIP less so. says:

      Turd!

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      Two dogs fucking says:

      If you don’t mind me asking, how did your moniker originate? Interested.

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      • 55
        Anonymous says:

        Sounds like a muzb0t name

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        M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

        When I first worked overseas I had an young local lad working for me. Every day he was late and tried to sneak into the office without me seeing but always failed. I would shout his name when I spotted him, “MAQBOUL !!!”

        Always thought it was a cool name and yes it’s muzzie,

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        • 148
          Reality cheque says:

          Seems irrelevant and is also rather discomforting. We need to be told about your own ethnicity.

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        • 187

          It is one of those names which, if spoken, could be misinterpreted as Scottish but, upon seeing it written, it become clear where it emanates from.

          One can imagine this lad, indeed I have known many similar types. It does not matter how many times you catch them out, they still fondly imagine that they can get away with it again.

          Either they credit you with having no memory or they, themselves, have no memory; so rendering it impossible to remember that you have a memory, if you follow me! :-)

          *retires Two dogs fucking moniker for now*

          @Reality cheque

          You are not Slavic at all, I can tell.

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  4. 6
    Sally Bigcow and Jack Dromey says:

    We both love BBC.

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  5. 7
    Denis Macshame says:

    I’m free!

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    • 8
      C.O.Jones says:

      Yes, as free as a tea leaf. You wearing an ankle bracelet?

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    • 253
      Lord Stansted says:

      Not for long. I’m sure some “charity” or perhaps an NHS Trust or even maybe the BBC will offer you a contract you can’t refuse. Two days per-week for £60K?

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  6. 9
    Bob Crow says:

    IT WOZ A VEREE GUD WEAK 4 ME ANND THE BROTHERZ. I DONT GIV A STUFFF ABAAHT LONDONERZ. IFF U HADD A SHITTIE JERNY 2 WERK, TUFF!

    OI GARSONNY! BRUNG MI MY CHAMPAINE AND KAVVYAR! DONT 4GETT THE LOBSTAH NEEVAH! UP DA WORKAZ!

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    • 82
      Dred Housego says:

      TFL have started contracting ticketing offices out to Costa Coffee and ASDA, starting with Highgate Stn.
      It’s always money first and workers last with you Tory retards.
      Vote UKIP for common sense.

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      • 100
        Fish says:

        I think that you’ll find that Nigel is with Boris on this. Are you sure that you’re in the right party?

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        • 130
          TFL paying £500 million a year interest on failed PPP contracts says:

          Use your other brain cell next time you think Fish.
          Gerard Batten, London UKIP MEP, stated that Londoners need well paid work and wants he ticket offices left open to help tourists, occasional users and those that need help due to physical problems.

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          • Fish says:

            The plans TFL have cater for all of those issues – there’ll be many more staff front of house and on platforms, more people visible to help all of the people you describe.

            Batten obviously hasn’t worked this out

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        • 257
          Lord Stansted says:

          I’m not voting UKIP for their policies. I’m voting for them ‘cos my Betters have told me not to do so.

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      • 120
        Casual Observer 6 says:

        What is wrong with that ?

        Grabbing a coffee with the ticket would make for a much more civilized journey.

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        • 169
          Exhausted commuter says:

          Have you ever tried to find train timetable information at a station rather than adverts and overpriced tat? Same with trying to find the way to the planes at an airport — managed to get lost once and missed my easyjet.

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        • 482
          Dr B Ker-ching says:

          The train companies are taking the piss.

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  7. 10
    Sally says:

    I’m horny
    I’m horny horny horny
    So horny
    I’m horny horny horny tonight

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    UKIP does what it says on the tin says:

    The f*cking stooge media is still not reporting on the real reason why the EA stopped dredging and the EU/green taliban connection.

    Turning good land into a foetid swamp by wilful neglect? That is the EU and its stooge EA at work and the MSM are in cahoots with both.

    The liblabcon and its stooge media determined to keep the facts hidden and the truth suppressed.

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    • 31
      Labour destroying the country even in opposition says:

      Perhaps they should also mention that Milliband was the person responsible as environment minister and Chris Smith is a Labour lord

      Perhaps someone could mention that to the BBC because most people will think Smith is acTory. Just like the left and the VBBC want them to.

      Probably why ed miliband not screaming for an enquiry

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      • 61
        Fish says:

        Actually, Miliband was the SoS for Energy and Climate Change

        Chairmen:

        In 2000 – Sir John Harman was appointed Chairman (Labour party member)
        In 2008 – Chris Smith, (Labour Peer and former MP) was appointed to succeed him

        Chief Executive:

        In 2000 – Barbara Young*, Baroness Young of Old Scone (Labour Peer)
        In 2008 – Paul Leinster (career scientist) succeeded her

        It seems that much of the damage was done on the early 00’s when the EA decided that they wanted to return the Levels to nature. Young (Labour) famously said that she would like to see a limpet mine attached to every pumping station.

        As Miliband had the Climate Change brief, it would be interesting to see minutes / correspondence between him and the EA / Environment Secretary. Miliband is usually on any bandwagon he can jump on. His silence says something.

        *NB: Wiki says that Young was also one of those responsible for the setting up of the Care Quality Commission and was appointed its Chair by Postie Johnson. That’s the CCQ who so ably let down all of those people in Stafford, and in NHS Death Camps across Britain. She now heads a charidee, Diabetes UK, so my advice to all Guidoistas is, lay of the sugar.

        Looking at this hapless record of failure, you have to ask, isn’t there anything that Labour didn’t destroy, didn’t wreck, in those thirteen years that the BBC won’t talk about?

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          Village Idiot says:

          ..Well,a message to young labour supporters;
          The labour government,1997-2010,the years of terror,had several hundred mps’, all of the same,useless,troughing calibre as Lord Smith,and,between them,they brought this country to its’ knees and trashed our reputation throughout the world,making us ,as we still are,a laughing stock!
          ..We continue to suffer from their traps and damage,that they layed while in office,ending their tenure with a hilarious note at the treasury,saying,”There is no money left”…how we fucking laughed,not.

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    • 121
      Flooding the media with illusions of Prime Ministerial Action says:

      “The Prime Minister has pledged Britain will spend 0.7 per cent of national income on overseas aid – a promise that means the money funnelled abroad will rise from £8billion to £12billion between 2010 and 2015.
      By contrast, dredging the Somerset Levels, which might have prevented the disaster, would cost only £4.5million.
      But while the Environment Agency let drainage channels fall into disrepair, Britain has funnelled £1.2million into the World Bank’s flood prevention programme.
      It has also sent another £115million to disaster prevention schemes in poor countries.
      Millions more have also been spent in the cases of individual countries hit by flooding.
      This includes £42.5million for Pakistan in 2011, £12million to Mozambique in 2000 and £75million in Bangladesh in 2008.
      The Department for the Environment has also given £140million to an international climate fund destined for developing countries, which also aims in part to prevent flooding.”

      This is getting toxic for Cameron & Co as local MP says that they will approach foreign governments for assistant if government does not divert foreign aid to sorting out the problems…Smith will be out by next week end if this continues as Cameron needs a sacrifice to appease the massing Tractors and 4 x 4 s and unapologetic Labour Peer Smith is in the frame after his refusal to apologise and his disastrous visit to the area yesterday

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2554324/Spend-foreign-aid-British-victims-flooding-MPs-impassioned-call-crisis-deepens.html

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        The man in the moon really isn't all that keen on takeaways says:

        To put foreign aid in some sort of perspective, does anyone have a figure for how much immigrants send home each year to their families overseas ?

        Whatever it might be, it’s certainly targetted far more accurately than all the dosh that Cameron steals from us so he can piss it up the wall and kid himself that he’s making himself look good.

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    • 202
      The guilty says:

      http://www.naturalengland.org.uk/about_us/ourpeople/executives/default.aspx

      Read the make up of the Executive Board of this shower of shite…

      One of them has this bit on his blurb..

      Guy has over fifteen years’ experience of providing thought leadership and influencing public policy on the environment. Prior to joining Natural England, he had worked in the voluntary sector, latterly as Director of Green Alliance where he collaborated with business leaders, government and NGOs at the highest levels. Previously he held senior policy and advocacy roles at Forum for the Future and the RSPB.


      ‘Thought management’ ffs.

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      • 240
        Blowing Donkey Whistles says:

        I can confirm that Natural England are indeed a total shower of shite. I had the misfortune of having to work with them and they are fcuking useless.

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      • 319
        RSPB says:

        You looking at my bird?

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      • 354
        Surveys and models says:

        For the environmental agency to change policy I assume, they commission surveys and produce models and consider scenarios. None would be confidential, state secrets or whatever. Perhaps these can be released or if in the public domain pointed out. A graduate (non arts) should be able determine the thoroughness of these plans for changing policy. This, for me, would be evidence to show in court if they ever object to no pay-off if ever sacked.

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      • 489
        Moderated by the Guardian for saying what a bunch of Cunts. says:

        What a bunch of hunts!

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  9. 12

    As I was saying:

    Germany’s top court has issued a blistering attack on the European Central Bank, arguing that its rescue plan for the euro violates EU treaty law and exceeds the bank’s policy mandate. – Telegraph

    Also: The sovereign states are the “masters of the EU Treaties” and not the other way around.

    The times they are a changin':

    bit.ly/1o2lRmu

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    • 14

      Here is the click version of the above article.

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    • 19
      Fourth Reich says:

      The Eu is a useful tool for subjugating the inferior nations. It will progressively collapse due to their incompetence and bickering. At each stage we will step in, sort the mess out, and assume proper control for the long term future.

      Deutschland Uber Alles

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        FFSFofff says:

        And you’ll probably do a better job than the corrupt troughing scum presently running most European countries!

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        • 129
          Economist says:

          Far better especially than the bankster loving, deficit financing UK politicans who have wrecked the country

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    • 241
      CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      We have been here before with the German court , but as ever it came to nothing.

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      • 429
        Fly on the wall says:

        If Angela withheld their contributions for say 3 months, they might wake up to the fact that they are not wanted. Dave could also join in by diverting our contribution to flood relief etc in our country.

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    • 357
      name withheld says:

      EU is a bureaucratic dictatorship in the making.

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      • 481
        Ailurophile says:

        Whaddya mean, “in the making”?
        We’re there already.

        Now, come up with a comprehensive and comprehensible plan to get us out of it!

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  10. 13
    Anonymous says:

    Why the Tories will lose the next election

    1. No boundary changes
    2. Corruption within the Postal voting system not resolved
    3. UKIP trending at ~ 15% in the polls; they cost the Tories 20 seats in 2010 with 3% of the vote.
    4. Pilgrims still in position actively campaigning against the Government of the day using taxpayers money
    5. Union education fund is still in place
    6. Cameron’s appalling judgement in appointing Andy Coulson
    7. No TU reform allowing Crow and his mob hold us to ransom
    8. Tory constituency parties are disintegrating in protest at Cameron’s liberal policies
    9. The Tories will lose 7/8 seats along the route of HS2 to single issue candidates
    10. The Tories will lose one seat in Portsmouth due to shipbuilding being concentrated in Scotland
    11. No control of mass immigration
    12. Public spending still out of control and the national debt rising on a daily basis
    13. Human Rights Act still in place
    14. No referendum on Europe
    15. State control of the press introduced
    16. Cameron wanted to take us to war in Syria
    17. Gay Marriage
    18. The BBC is left wing and will act as Labour’s main election campaigner in 2015
    19. QE is destroying any savings people may have
    20. Cameron’s continued, unsubstantiated, support for Climate Change and general green issues.
    21. No promised Bonfire of the Quangos or reduction in Red Tape for businesses
    22. Cameron’s pathetic support for Yeo. More evidence of his lack of judgement.

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    • 20
      Kebab Time says:

      ” 17. Gay Marriage”

      Sorry i must have missed the bit where you were forced to marry someone of the same sex.

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      • 27
        C.O.Jones says:

        Those people most vociferous against gay marriage are showing their own inadequacies about their own sexual identities.

        Took me many years to accept that my conditioning to “detest kweers” was wrong and that people should lead their lives the way they want to.

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        • 102
          Fish says:

          Dead right, I saw American Beauty too.

          Perhaps all of those anti gay marriage people are in denial…trying hard to forget how much they enjoyed a good rogering at public school.

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        • 186
          FFS says:

          Can you explain to me why same sex couple are not obliged to consummate their relationship whilst heterosexual couples are?

          In the interests of equality I think we should be told.

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        • 233
          rick says:

          Anonymous is right about No.17. Traditional Conservatives know that Dave was only pandering to the Gay Mafia – as he panders to the environmentalists – climateers etc etc. Gays already have civil partnerships and massive protection under the law. In the days when homosexuality was illegal, the Left were as keen as anyone to denounce gays – they would even call it a ‘Tory disease’ caught from attending public schools. The Left have always been hypocritical scum.

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      • 28
        Ex Longterm Tory Supporter says:

        Dave has devalued proper marriage. It can only exist between a man and a woman — any other combination is not marriage.

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        • 32
          Kebab Time says:

          Most people that hold that view worship sky fairies and go to a service with a man dressed in a frock….

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          • Anonymous says:

            Most if not all of those points would be worse under Labour

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          • Sue Denim says:

            I wonder if you will change your mind when you are on your death bed?

            You can believe what you want but you cannot condemn people who hold differing views.

            Personally, I couldn’t care less about “gays” – they can get on and do what they like but I object to them (or any minority) having more influence than the majority. Why should we pander to anyone who will shout “racism” or “sexism” whenever they don’t get their own way?

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          • Ah! but says:

            I certainly won’t fight to the death to protect that belief.

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          • Ah! hang on 81lly says:

            “a man dressed in a frock….”

            Something against transvestites?

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          • Blowing Donkey Whistles says:

            I worship Odin, Bacchus and Mars. It’s much more fun.

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          • CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            The same bollocks ,get it through your head it does not follow that all atheists and republicans are lefty wing arseholes who love sodomists.

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          • FFS says:

            “Marriage” is inherently about the sky-fairy view of the world as you put it. It presumes there is more to humans than the physical mechanism. Therefore marriage is a spiritual union that can really only take place with a priest, vicar, imam, rabbi or similar.

            In the atheist world view humans are merely mechanisms so the idea that they should get “married” in such a world view makes little rational sense. Even less sense if it is the state doing the marrying. It is as ridiculous as suggesting the registrar can do a secular baptism. The state can offer legal contracts binding two people rather like a business partnership, but why insist that heterosexual copies consummate such a relationship? They do not insist on this for gays. In this sense the legal partnership could exist between any two or more people that wish to pool their resources.

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      • 29
        Animalist says:

        Why can’t I marry my three sheep and two goats?

        This is blatant discrimination!

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          Gay Mafia. says:

          Because it undervalues the goats. Get another goat, then it will be O.K. under PC equality principles.

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          • Big Brother is closer than you think says:

            The state will determine which relationships can be approved and a certificate will be issued in due course.

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          • Gay Mafia. says:

            We demand that all children are given lessons in bumsex, including practicals.

            Men and women must not be allowed to enter relationships with the opposite sex unless they can prove that they’ve tried gay sex first.

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        Dave did it in a stupid attempt to get more votes says:

        Marriage is the Union between Male and female. It used to be solely blessed by the church but the state moved in on the act and it too can decree the state of marriage.

        Civil partnerships/contracts are for anyone else who wishes to legally share their wealth and liabilities and is actually nothing to do with sexual relations. (Gayers, sisters, cousins etc)

        Dave had no need to bring in Homosexual marriage. Homosexuals were not even calling for it. Cameron has ruined thousands of years of British tradition for no good reason.

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      • 457
        Jack Ketch says:

        Ah! Phase II–still to come.

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    • 21
      Mr Potato Head2 says:

      Why the Tories will win the next election

      Ed Balls

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      • 30
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

        Ed Miliband,Butcher Burnham,Harriet Hatemen,The Eagle Brothers etc.

        Liebore are going down to their worst ever defeat :-)

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    • 22
      RT HOM CHRIS SMITH MP HIV @ BAR says:

      Not forgetting Cameron has failed to sack me because i’m a useless fucker

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    • 24
      Ex Longterm Tory Supporter says:

      To sum up — Dave has fucked the Conservatives for a generation — or maybe forever.

      The Tory Party members have failed to knife the gay loving spendthrift incompetent, so they will get what they deserve.

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    • 34
      Labour destroying the country even in opposition says:

      3 UKIP take votes off Tories but fail to win any seats. Result Labour / lib dem coalition and no escape from the EU ever. UKIP become irrelevant and further left wing gerrymandering ensure nothing but a Marxist/ communist government can ever be elected. ( that’s if you still have a vote given its Labour and the EU in cahoots already)

      Never ceases to amaze me that UKIP will sow the seeds of its own destruction and take the country to hell in a handcart just to prove a political point.

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      • 45
        We KNOW liblabcon are liars.. we can hope UKIP less so. says:

        You’re talking/typing RUBBISH. ..
        UKIP are taking plenty of labour votes aaahh ha ha ha!

        labour (small ell for small brains) are history. .

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      • 50
        OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT says:

        Why will Liebour be worse than Dave, who is still overspending by £250 MILLION EVERY DAY?

        “It’s all the fault of Gorgon and Bollux” — total crap — Dave’s been in “power” for nearly 4 years now. The cnut has doubled the National Debt yet again.

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        • 79
          Anonymous says:

          Difficult given that as soon as he tries to make reductions the lefties scream blue murder closely followed by the BBC

          Voting UKIP will not change any of this which is why I am surprised their are so many naive fuckwits on here who think it will. If labour are out of power its the Tories fault, if labour are in power its the Tories fault.

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          • Citizen F says:

            Then he should have broken up the BBC. Taxing people to pay for propaganda is wrong.

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          • Breaking news says:

            Dave finds most things “difficult”.

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          • Liblabcon go to hell says:

            The Tories have zero intention of changing the general direction this country is heading.

            If you want more immigrants, more EU, more PC, more concocted wars, more Islam, more eco-lunacy, vote liblabcon.

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          • rick says:

            “………lefties scream blue murder closely followed by the BBC”

            Dave has repeatedly expressed his admiration and support for the BBC as a “great British institution” – why? Rank stupidity – or pandering to his own lefty instincts? Either way, he clearly demonstrates that the LibLabCon are one party. UKIP really are the UK’s only hope – if they re-elect LibLabCon, then they really do deserve what they will get.

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        • 80
          Politics 101 says:

          I agree. He has had his chance and blown it. I just hope to see the day when he is called to account for his pathetic performance and forced to pay back all the money he has bunged to his friends and relatives.

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        • 250
          Fish says:

          Dave’s still paying Labour’s bills (and now the interest) that’s why.

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      • 95
        Dred Housego says:

        We haven’t got a Conservative Government.
        We have a Liberal Socialist Establishment clique rubberstamping EU Directives.
        The Tories are finished and it’s pathetic to scapegoat UKIP for your own inadequacies.

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    • 106
      Fish says:

      6. Andy Coulson.

      That ‘judgement’ was only from a Labour perspective. Coulson was dangerous – he knew his way into the consciousness of the working man and woman – Thatcher’s working class Tories, who were lost to Bliar and were there to be won back. That’s why the left hate Coulson and they have been trying to get him ever since. Cameron’s no 10 operation has missed Coulson terribly.

      (Also – Coulson probably knew where the body’s were buried in respect of Blair’s relationship with News Int; e.g. who planted the ’45 minutes from Doom’ story and of Gordon’s doomed attempts to suck up to Murdoch. All of this potentially explosive for the hypocrites of the left)

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    • 132
      Victoria Nuland, US necon viper says:

      We love Dave

      He is such a tame poodle

      Allows NSA to run all its illegal activities from the UK

      Supports us in our desire to bomb the whole Middle East

      A worthy successor to our Hero Tony Blair

      PS Fuck all you people who talk about our war crimes

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    RT HOM CHRIS SMITH MP HIV @ BAR says:

    Labour has promised free advice to people about to retire , on how to get the best deals on pensions

    I wonder if they will advise me where the £200,000 Gordon Brown stole from mine has gone ?

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    • 110
      Fish says:

      They’ll need it. Labour’s decision to include the State Pension in the benefit cap (unlike the Tories) will be devastating for many retirees, should the idiots get back into power.

      But strangely nothing from the BBC, nothing at all about this landmark decision.

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    • 144
      Retirement adviser, in Ibiza with the dosh says:

      I have been advising people to retire for years

      I did when I was 35

      I worked for a big UK bank, ripped of lost of my clientsn Grabbed my huge (and well earned) bonuses and drink G and Ts all day long here in the Sun

      I will be eternally grateful to the UK taxpayer for paying my final bonusses when the bank want belly up

      I advise people to do the same – and if Millie gets elected my Hampstead Hedge fund friends will twist his tail so we can do the same thing again

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      • 208
        Retired abroad till i got ill says:

        ….Ex pats,usually the liver that goes first,then ,they often return to the UK,for the NHS,that they have not paid for,or council tax and all the other taxes the natives are subject to..that they ,in their absence,have not paid!

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        • 438
          A view from the villa balcony says:

          Can you now explain just WTF expats should pay for something they are not using? I suspect you will find that most of them have taken out sensible insurance policies with reputable local companies to cover such unforeseen circumstances. If you had done that you would not have had to subject yourself to the tender mercies of the wonderful NHS.

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    • 487
      Dowsing rod says:

      You cannot live long enough to collect a pension. Part of the EU plan.

      The promised bonfire of the quangos cannot start until the box of matches has been dried.

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  12. 17
    Rainbow War rior says:

    Is sober.

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  13. 41
    Oh dear Mr Hogwart-Howe says:

    “Downing Street police arrested over allegations of pornography exchange”

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  14. 43
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    I’d rather go drinking with Ken Dodd than Oscar Wilde any Saturday.

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  15. 44
    Spilt the vote and Milliband gets the keys to the back door of No 10 says:

    If Labour win in 2015 then there will never ever be anything but a left wing government in this country. On the bight side they would have few powers having handed over the remainder of powers to Brussels.

    UKIP cannot stop this happening and actually guarantee it will. Feel free to vote with your you beliefs but remember principles have a cost as you will find out very shortly.

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    • 53
      C.O.Jones says:

      Socialism cannot last. They can not control an economy. Look at the old USSR. Even China is morphing its way out of socialism.

      You can not trust a retard with a credit card.

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      • 58
        bergen says:

        Although you are correct, I simply could not cope with the next twenty years required for them to fail utterly and for the painful reconstruction to take place.

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        • 71
          C.O.Jones says:

          I was in Russia on a few occasions in the early nineties, the place was totally fucked, infrastructure was ruined, nothing in the shops, people were depressed (en masse).

          Those I felt most sorry for were the pensioners, they had nothing and were living a life of SEVERE deprivation.

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    • 54
      We KNOW liblabcon are liars.. we can hope UKIP less so. says:

      So you advocate having no principles then huh?

      Vote UKIP GET UKIP

      You are the traitor if you vote liblabcon.

      And we will blame you for any of the treasonous 3 winning the GE

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      • 60
        ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

        UKIP are trying the Tea Party line of “we’re really the party for the poor”.

        Ignoring the fact they’re bankrolled by billionaires and are about as fond of the working class as they are of foreigners, homosexuals and women in golf club bars.

        Hopefully this side of the Atlantic we’re too intelligent to fall for it

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        • 66
          Cade says:

          Outside of the home counties and the daily mail, nobody takes them seriously

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        • 91
          The most deluded statement on this blog this year says:

          Vote UKIP get UKIP

          Oh bless..

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          • Casandra says:

            Vote in the rigged elections in 2015 and end up with an illegitimate, corrume governemnt lacking public support. A recipe for serious civil strife.

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        • 128
          Casual Observer 6 says:

          As opposed to Labour who are funded by Union extortion of the working class, and who wish to increase the tax burden on those folk ?

          Socialism is dead: it is just in denial.

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        • 150
          Trader Garage says:

          It’s true everything trickles down

          Haven’t you seen all the trickle down in the last 20 years?

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        • 215
          Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

          Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.

          Like

        • 217
          Is that a log in your eye? says:

          “Ignoring the fact they’re bankrolled by billionaires”

          Tony Blair and Labour fundraising. That’s all I’m saying.

          Like

        • 434
          CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          Why would any party designate themselves as the ‘party of the poor’, rather than the party of the successful.
          A party such as Labour or the conservatives who actively promote sodomy and mass immigration will struggle to get the working class vote now that UKIP are starting to give them an alternative.

          Like

      • 70
        Anonymous says:

        You will blame me?
        Hahahaha

        You will not win a single seat, you will spilt the vote of the right and labour get back in.

        End of the UK

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        • 458
          Village Idiot says:

          …The UK ended in1975,after the suspicious vote that started the rot,and signed the death knell of Britishness,diluting Englishness,and,changing this country for the worse,unless you were,or are in receipt of money from the eu!
          ….For the rest,they were sold a pup,which they pay for in taxes that go to the eu,currently £22 billion p.a. The EU’s tentacles have spread like a cancer through this land,with its laws and directives that affect ordinary folk everyday,and,our gutless politicians continue the pretence that it is a good thing!……After the horsemeat fiasco we have the flooding fiasco,which has been ,at least in part,made worse by EU dictat…

          Like

    • 59
      Man from the street says:

      Just remember that speech Cameron gave the day L e e R i g b y was killed praising Islam, you are asking me to vote for that?!

      Like

    • 67
      EU to me says:

      Whoooo, I’am scared of what will happen in the future, vote UKIP, the LibLabCon have proved themselves over the last 70 years and what they have proved is they are incapable of running the country and have passed it’s control to unelected foreign powers.

      Like

      • 131
        Fish says:

        I think that the golden legacy that the Tories left in 1997 (and not just economically) was proof positive that they could run the country. The trouble is that whatever they achieve is invariable wrecked by Labour who destroy everything they touch, wreak social division and undermine our identity. Every Labour government since 1924 have left Britain in a worse state than they found it. Every Labour government has made wrong turns, tour detriment, at every opportunity – especially that of 1945. The threat of a backward looking Marxist inspired hard left command and control, tax and squander, jobs for the boys, Miliband government is too much to contemplate not least because he will cement his people into places that will survive and election and the democratic will of the people.

        I think that the Tories have earned the right to form a majority Government to complete the job of putting Britain back on its feet (and define our relationship with Europe – something that every other party – including UKIP – is incapable of).

        2015 will be the most important election since the 1920’s.

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        • 171
          Liblabcon go to hell says:

          Do you work for the Tories?

          Your party is violently hated in large parts of the country. Your core voters are abandoning it in droves, your main policies are indistinguishable form the other stooge parties. And yet you want us to vote for your lot just cos you’re not Ed?

          You liblabcon party tribalists really do live in your own little world. Take a look around you, around Europe, the riots, the civil disorder, the underlining seeking resentment at the failure of mainstream parties like the Tories and Labour.

          The cosy post-WW2 world of the Liblabcon is coming to an end, not in 2015. But it is coming to an end.

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          • Fish says:

            Not my party. Don’t work for them, independently minded, vote for them from time to time (and others).

            I always am suspicious about people who say liblabcon….it tells me that they are people who can’t think for themselves just soak up the crap that is spoon fed to then regurgitating the phrases that are constructed for them. It’s Stepford politics

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        • 173
          Taxpayer says:

          Good in part

          But the real legacy of New Labour is a deeply corrupted country

          And Dave has done nothing to sort that

          In fact, with his well known close criminal friends about to be sent down (plus the criminal bankers who have financed him who are too big to jail), it seem to me that it is getting getting worse

          Like

        • 369
          Computer say No !!! says:

          Not if the BBC has anything to do with it

          Like

        • 459
          I want to break free says:

          …..Ted Heath took us in ,Major took us further,Dave has no intention of leaving the eu,he said so!…..If they were serious about the eu referendum,they would have done it in this parliament!

          Like

    • 193
      Absolutely Nothing To Lose says:

      You just don’t use your ears do you.
      I have always gone to cast my vote.
      More recently I have registered my preference positively by writing “none of the above”.
      Now I hope to have the facility to vote for a local representative of a party which at least offers a real hope of introducing a meaningful EU referendum.
      Vote UKIP at every opportunity – whatever the outcome of so doing.

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    • 491
      (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

      Fuck off, Tory troll! We’re not buying your fucking bullshit any more!

      Like

  16. 47
    Ric Holden CCHQ says:

    If you’re a self-pitying drunk, hysterical “feminist”, thief who needs moral justification, sexual pervert, White man with dreads, vote Tory.

    Like

  17. 48
    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    “Ukip struggles in byelection bid”

    Its great news! They are the dustbin of Right wing politics.

    Cameron, Osborne, and the little Tory, Clegg, are bad enough, can you imagine going back to the 1950s under UKIP socially and back to the Victorian era economically

    Like

    • 63
      Labour criminals says:

      Can you imagine going back to the reign of terror 1997 to 2010?

      OMFG

      Like

      • 74
        Londoner says:

        Yes I can. It is just like my life now. Very very little has changed outside of the Westminster bubble.

        Like

        • 94
          Look at France for what will happen after 2015 with labour in power says:

          Well it has round here and I am taking lots more orders and have been for a good 12 months now. Labour almost drove us out of business which would have cost many jobs.

          . My workforce are happier and more optimistic. Sorry but that’s just a simple fact and the difference getting rid of a left wing government can do.

          Like

          • Dave says:

            yes, yes, mr pleb, but what about the fudgepackers in Russia?

            Like

          • London says:

            A slightly recovering economy (nmmy company has also pulled trhough, so I do agree) does not mean that socially or polticially anything is different. The reign of terror continues. Local authorites in London are still as wasteful, inept, ideologically motivated, undemocratic and corrupt as ever. I have observed and am told that the situation has changed little outside London. The quangocracy is still in the grip of the same folk who have been oppressing us for the last decade or so.

            Like

          • Man from the street says:

            And a government that passes laws such as gay marriage and raises taxes such as VAT are right wing?

            Like

    • 77
      Cade says:

      Farage – A Thatcher worshipping, banker loving, city of London ass kissing, zero hour contract no employment law 17th century squire fantasy wet dream poor hating git

      Like

      • 85
        Hurricane Miggins says:

        England needs Farage, what happens if the vikings invade our villages again? Or the one billion Bulgarians and Romanians? Let’s not begin to talk about the whitewalkers.

        Farage says what we’re all thinking, if you happen to be a closet xenophobe.

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        • 92
          Athelstan says:

          We nail their hides to the doors of the churches and hope in the meantime it doesn’t upset the gays who are getting married inside. It may not get rid of all the invaders but could well qualify us for an Arts Council grant.

          Like

      • 88
        C.O.Jones says:

        You forgot to add that he carries the plague. You doughnut!

        Like

      • 97
        Vote and vote often a Liebour reminder says:

        Oh dear, someone is very worried that a Farage might do well, so we have to have a bit of name calling, keep it up little one, remember the English always side on the one who is getting bullied.

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        • 222
          So much for "progressives" says:

          What is particularly amusing is that Britain in the 50s was by almost every measure better than Britain today.

          It is that fact that has convinced many we have been on entirely the wrong track towards “progress” since then.

          Like

          • I want to break free says:

            ….We certainly didn’t have the enrichment ,diversity ,or multi culti shit,that has contributed to the rapid decline and severe indebtedness of a once proud country…Taken for fools and abused is what has happened to the natives,and we or they,just let it happen because,as we,ve seen,the educated elites knew best,as they did in somerset!
            …Me bitter,you bet I am!

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          • I want to break free says:

            …In the 50’s,we didn’t have the enrichment,diversity and multi culti shit that has diluted Britishness and Englishness,and contributed to our indebtedness,trampling all over the natives and abusing their tolerance,changing our country without even asking!..As for integration; it is a well known fact that,birds of a feather stick together, and another saying that would be useful today,”Sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me!….Off for a lie down now!

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    • 78
      Sally B says:

      Oooooh! You are so manly, ʍȫʊʂʂȁ!

      I would love to sit on your lap and see what comes up…

      Like

    • 81
      We are the losers says:

      We’ve had Liebour in power, we’ve had the Conservatives in power and we now Camorons Conservatives in power, but god help us, if new Liebour get back into power again, Victorian times will be a luxury, the poor will be destitute and the MP’s and PM and hangers on will the multimillionaires.

      Like

    • 207
      Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

      UKIP will beat the LibDems and possibly the Tories so remind us, who’s struggling ???

      Like

  18. 64
    Olympics are barking says:

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  19. 84
    Pleb gate plod says:

    BBC news

    No 10 plod arrested for having extreme images of pornography on mobile phones. These did not include pictures of kiddies. Line of enquiry is whether they were shared while on duty.

    You can smell the start of a brush under the carpet type cover up before the investigation even starts

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    • 101
      Anonymous says:

      Police in Plebgate unit accused of swapping ‘extreme pornography’ on their mobile phones

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2554482/Police-Plebgate-unit-accused-swapping-extreme-pornography-mobile-phones.html

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      • 107
        smoke and mirrors says:

        How many workers and MPs were suspended when pornographic material was seen on HoC computers >

        Like

        • 114
          Long John Silver's parrot says:

          Was this pornography illegal?

          Where the phones private property?

          Have you had a poop this morning ?

          Like

          • Mark Oaten - and probably a fair few other LibDumps says:

            Certainly have – and very tasty it was, too.

            Like

          • Gordo McMong says:

            I always have a jobbie in the morning a jobbie in the afternoon and a jobbie before bedtime. I think nurse gives me too many prunes with my lithium tablets.

            Like

          • Where do they get this shit? says:

            This morning it was merely “hardcore” now it is defined as “extreme”.

            “Massive storm blows up in local man’s teacup”

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        • 151
          Google porn supervisor says:

          Shhhhhhhhhhh

          The House of Commons are our biggest porn viewrs in the UK

          We get paid zillions for all their clicks

          Like

          • Underage wanker says:

            What would I do without Google?

            Like

          • Handycock whipping it out. says:

            To all my young girlfriends out there, please do not worry about these reports of me being hospitalised.

            http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hampshire-26086980

            I am having to keep a low profile as the bent, masonic, Hampshire coppers who I got to set up the disabled pensioner in a wheelchair, for stalking me, has backfired. It is now going to Court and his legal team have started issuing subpoenas against witnesses. This could be disastrous for me and my masonic collaborators, so best that I issue this statement of being in hospital, so that I do not have to go to Court. In fact I am off to the Sochi games as a VIP guest of Vladimir and the FSB, who have flown in Olga and the girls from St Petersburg, just for little old me, whoopee. Boaz.

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          • Grand Master, Grand Lodge, Great Queen Street says:

            Can to get me an invite to Sochi Handy? Jahbulon.

            Like

        • 196
          Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

          But while the ponces were getting their rocks off the country is going down the pan. When we want our representatives to take the problem in hand………

          Like

    • 145
      Lost in Clacton says:

      Is it illegal to look at pornography on a mobile phone now.

      Well I never .

      Like

      • 169
        Hull Fat Git with a pledge card says:

        Perhaps your eyes should be on keeping Dave et al safe, not on other types of big dicks Mr Plod.

        Like

      • 189
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

        If he was on duty then he should be sacked.

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      • 263
        Cinna says:

        Why are cops carrying their own personal phones while on duty?

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      • 272
        Lost in the wilderness says:

        I feel this is more a case of ‘Know your fucking place plebs’. Anything which would normally be covered under disciplinary regs, will now be instant arrest and result in upheavel of family home. Misconduct in public office? Maybe but that lead to arrest of most males in HOC. What porn is illegal other than child porn? Genuine question. To search a family home must mean either the case is more severe or more likely a case of knowing who your masters are. Worrying.

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  20. 105
    Dred Housego says:

    A lot of Faragephobia on here this morning from ‘useful idiots’ propping up the Establishment inbreds.
    it’s no good squealing little piggies.
    You are being removed from the trough so grow up and get used to it.
    You could always prove your patriotism and belief in democracy by doing what a majority of Britons want.
    Put Britons first, stop spending our children’s taxes by overspending, control immigration, increase living standards and have an IN/OUT EU Referendum before the 2015 GE.
    If not………..NEXT

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    • 134
      Swedish Chef says:

      Perhaps Mr Fromage has had his heyday. I’m trying to imagine him buckling his potty political identity to accommodate the northern working class, and to do stuff to help people on benefits.

      It’s like trying to imagine 4 dimensional shapes. My head hurts

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      • 161
        Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

        Yes vote for us dear northerners.
        We feel your pain from our million pound homes in Primrose Hill.
        We’ll allow millions of cheap foreign workers to undercut you, we’ll copy all Tory benefit cuts and we absolutely guarantee to increase foreign aid funding while grandstanding in Westminster.
        Tristram Hunt for Stoke North, Milliband for Doncaster. What a disgrace.

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      • 182
        The working class says:

        Nothing says helping the working classes like letting in millions more people to compete for jobs, schools, hospitals and housing, and to drive down wages and drive up rents.

        Thanks Liblabcon.

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      • 219
        Liblabcon nation wreckers says:

        Importing millions of people is sure helping the working classes out.

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      • 226
        When things have got this bad you can be generous to everyone says:

        Mmmm, fewer immigrants = more jobs, more hospital beds, more GP surgery time, more council houses, less traffic on the roads, lower car insurance, less money spent on immigrant tax credits, fewer “benefits in kind” for immigrants.

        So, vote UKIP and get shot of a lot of these immigrants and the cost of the state drops bank into balance and we no longer need to worry about the deficit so the welfare state can stay as is but plenty more space for working class Brits to live their lives.

        It’s all good.

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      • 258
        CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        Don’t confuse the Northern working class with Northern underclass benefit scum!

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    • 137
      A. Northerner says:

      I hope that voters in this part of the country will not desert Labour in the election. We are tired of the Tory-Lib-Dem-UKip parties treating us as less than worthy. We may speak differently, but we are still English and must be treated with respect and dignity. Those that fail to respect us will feel our wrath at election time. And when Labour wins in the next general elections, we will hold their feet to the fire. Do not take us for granted.

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    • 143
      Nominal Thickness says:

      Farage’s UK Tea party swivel eyed loons will be driven out of the North of England like they were out of Scotland !

      Like

    • 159
      Taxpayer says:

      I still like Farage

      A pub loving ex City trader (like Guido) who comes from nowhere, has some common sense, is not bought by the usual suspects and shows up the clusterfuck of LibLabCon for what it is

      A giant fraud on the people

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  21. 111
    Mornington Crescent says:

    “Concerns over ‘copycat’ websites:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-26082913

    Ye Gods, has this country really become so soppy and mollycoddled that we need yet more regulation and intervention to help cretins like this dopey bint? Seriously?

    FFS.

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    • 115
      JH3245942303-2905 says:

      Apparently there are rogue businesses which call themselves ‘garages’ springing up which charge you to replace the battery in your car or top up your anti-freeze, a task that any able bodied adult can do for themselves.

      It’s just shocking. Shocking.

      Like

      • 124
        Long John Silver's parrot says:

        I was thinking of applying for a job recently.

        The employer said he would only consider looking at my application if I told him what religion I was and revealed my sexual orientation and the number of aged people I looked after and the number of kids I supported.

        I decided not to bother.

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  22. 117
    Ah! guess the fat lady hasn't sung yet says:

    Bill Roache trial: Police are probing sexual assault claims from three other women

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    • 126
      Bill Cock-Roache says:

      I respect women, and have schtuped over a thousand birds; some even liked it. Thnak fuck the judge ruled that irrelevant to the trial and he was a fellow mason and pervert.

      Like

      • 232
        When women want revenge they prefer to adopt the free services of the state says:

        Research in the US showed that a staggering 25% of r@pe claims had no basis in fact whatsoever. Women were taking men to court on the basis of r@pes that occured when the alleged perpetrator was in another city at the time, or where no sexual contact took place and in one instance where the alleged victim was in fact examined and found to be a virgin.

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      • 492
        (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

        In my – albeit meagre – experience, quantity is an irrefutable consequence of the search for quality! As the women folk would have it “You have to “kiss” a lot of frogs before you find your prince!”

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    • 152
      Ah! here we go again says:

      Former Coronation Street actor Neville Buswell faces arrest on sexual assault claim.

      Deidre will have to return to court.

      Express

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    • 154
      The former President of Ukraine says:

      Well you probe if you want to.

      Like

    • 155
      Fish says:

      Roll up, rollup. Roll up, roll up

      Get your compensation here, if you can come up with a complaint (and on the off chance you could make it stick) you too can be entitled to some free wonga.

      See the list of money on offer – a little fumble could earn you £2000 – more if you tell the court there were lots of fumbles.

      Did you have a shag? Tell us you didn’t consent and £11,000 could be yours….tell us it’s upset you and kerrking…..£27,000.

      Holiday? Car? Pay off that bank loan? The choice is yours. Just see page 65 to see what you could be entitled to.

      http://www.justice.gov.uk/downloads/victims-and-witnesses/cic-a/am-i-eligible/criminal-injuries-comp-scheme-2012.pdf

      Roll up, roll up, You’ve had your PPI pay out, now get paid for your fumbles (whether you had one or not doesn’t matter. If you can convince a jury with a winning smile you could be in the money)

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      • 213
        Casual Observer 6 says:

        With Nick Clegg’s apparent vast number of ex-Sexual partners, on statistical grounds, some of those are likely to have been not of age, or perhaps, not fully consenting at the time.

        Bogus argument of course, but that is part of the case being made here.

        The attack on Roach does seem to be perhaps politically instigated, unless of course any of the new lot had documented the allegations closer to the time, or there exists any physical evidence to corroborate their allegations now.

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        • 235
          FFS says:

          I have had quite a large number of sexual partners, but I have paid for them. You don’t get much kickback from the professionals.

          I don’t see why some guys think it is better to leave a trail of broken hearts seeking revenge than to pay for a professional hot chick to get you off.

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        • 273

          In the sixties, if one had only reached Cleggy type figures, people were wont to think that there was something wrong with you.

          There is absolutely no reason to equate large numbers with prohibited partners, as you acknowledge.

          We are witnessing a demand led phenomenon. The people who instigate this, whether bogus victims or enablers, are doing a rank disservice to those much fewer but genuine victims. But of course they would not care about that.

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          • Fish says:

            +1000

            There was a dozy bird on the Sky newspaper review the other night who seemed to suggest false allegations were part of life and men should get on with it.

            Sexual politics at its worst

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    • 279
      Just saying says:

      The guy behind all this is named NAZIR AFZAL.

      He’s the current Chief Crown Prosecutor for the North West, and is rumoured to have boasted of further “high profile” arrests. He’s been accused of leading a witch hunt against celebrities. Presumably he’s trying to boost his chances, as he has, in the past, been tipped to become a future Director of Public Prosecutions.

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      • 303
        CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        Strange that , was it in the Northwest that the MUSLIM grooming gang cover up was first exposed by Nick Griffin , now any white ‘celebrity ‘ is pursued with startling perseverance with respect to allegations going back half a century , is there a smokescreen.

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      • 483
        David I-love-Britain-so-much-I-fucked-the-country Cameron says:

        .. “Director of Public Persecutions“, surely ?

        Like

  23. 133
    Oh Dear says:

    Liebour on the news, wanting to help people have a better pension, before 1997 the private pensions were looking good , then we had Brown in 1997-2010 and he and Liebour totally destroyed , public and private pensions, no thanks, Liebour leave the pensions alone.

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    • 256
      Mr Nobody says:

      Post of the day so far, missed by everyone else. Quite right, Labour did their level best to destroy private pensions in this country, mine certainly suffered. Every time I hear them talking about pensions it reminds me to do everything in my power to ensure a Labour MP is not elected locally.

      Labour are absolute bastards.

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    • 298
      Mornington Crescent says:

      They’re all the same. Look at the “Workplace Pension” (yeah!) that the State is currently trying to lure everyone into.

      Count me out, thanks.

      Anyone who gives A PENNY more than is absolutely necessary to the State should run, not walk, to the nearest loony bin.

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    • 334
      Don't trust the greedy cunts says:

      Actually, private pensions are largely run by greedy shysters, who do fuck all for the money they charge.

      Labour are, of course, shite, but so are these toerags.

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  24. 136
    • 175
      F**k the LibLabCon says:

      Populism is a political doctrine where one sides with “the people” against “the elite”.

      Like

    • 176
      How the left hate Majority verdicts says:

      “Populism is wrong” is the left’s new mantra. The EU have adopted it too.

      It could be re-written “Democracy is Wrong”.

      Like

      • 201
        F**k the LibLabCon says:

        Indeed, it makes me laugh when I hear them bleating on about populism. When the boots on the other foot it’s ‘democracy’ and ‘the people have spoken’ when it’s something that doesn’t fit with their preprogrammed view of the world then it’s always popularism which is wrong and ‘we know what’s best’.

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      • 203
        Charity begins at home says:

        Yet when popular opinion does coincides with something the left agrees with, suddenly it becomes the ‘will of the people’ and must be respected at all costs.

        Like

      • 382
        Cinna says:

        Who cares what this slapper thinks.

        Like

    • 178
      Hull Fat Git with a pledge card says:

      Is your Paris flight soon?

      Like

    • 206
      Casual Observer 6 says:

      Must be a parody account.

      Unless she is worried about who is going to be feeding her next 5 yards of dick.

      Like

  25. 138
    Ah! here we go again says:

    Police lie on tape and make unlawful arrest.

    Scroll down to bottom of page for Video

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/index.html

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  26. 139
    Lord Chris of Trougham says:

    Spiffing !!!
    The Establishment One Party State has sent the army and marines to Somerset.

    “It’s raining men, hallelujah !!!!!”

    Like

  27. 141
    Ban The Left says:

    The UK left should be regarded as a terrorist cell network.

    There is generally only one way to deal with such organizations.

    All that is required is the right kind of political motivation.

    This would be in the interests of the country.

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  28. 158
    Pie Eater Alert says:

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  30. 180
    7 Up contest says:

    Who is being referred to?

    ‘They were snogging with tongues and couldn’t take their hands off each other

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  31. 187
    Janner says:

    Memo to BBC News.

    Today’s forecast mega storm is just a normal February blow.

    Wednesday’s forecast of windy weather was a big storm.

    Ignore the UK MET office.

    Like

  32. 192
    Owen Jones,Weather Forecaster says:

    Pouring in Wycombe :(

    Like

    • 224
      Every cloud has a silver lining says:

      It’ll wash away Friday night’s vomit and kebabs in the streets

      Like

    • 264
      Claire Perry Applies for job at the EA says:

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      • 274
        The guilty says:

        Productive my fucking hole.

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      • 301
        Lord Stansted says:

        Whatever happened to the “obvious certainty” that because of “climate change” we would have to learn to get along with using less and less water. I seem to remember Monty Don insisting on planting draught-resistant plant on “Gardeners’ World” and “You & Yours” doing endless progs about having to flush the loo every 2 weeks. And then there was the plan of using canals to bring water to the arid Home Counties, etc., etc., etc.

        Vote UKIP.

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        • 304
          CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          ALL MY FUCKING CACTUS HAVE BEEN WASHED AWAY!!

          Like

        • 317
          Casual Observer 6 says:

          Andy Burnham et al. tried that in a number of NHS trusts.

          The lesson learnt:

          You take water away from people, they get dehydrated and die.

          Some take more than three days.

          Who’d have guessed that ?

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        • 327
          IT is WEATHER says:

          Remember the winter before the London Olympics?

          The South East is drier than the Sahara and it will only get drier, the Global warming experts told us.

          There would not be enough water for the Games and pipes or tankers would have to come from the North, the Global warming experts told us.

          Remember two years ago when Heathrow was closed by Snow?

          Winters are going to get colder and colder so all airports should fill hangars with snowploughs the Global Warming experts told us.

          Remember today?

          Winters are going to get wetter and wetter, the global warming experts tell us.

          Well before we had Global warming experts we used to have weather and the weather was always different and that could also include being the same.

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      • 305
        Mornington Crescent says:

        “Reviewing solutions”, eh? Jargonesque bollox.

        Just dredge the fucking rivers and stop bunging dodgy planning permissions to build on floodplains to your developer mates, you silly bint.

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      • 315
        Useless cunts says:

        The only way you’d earn my respect Perry is by getting down there with a shovel once the waters have receded.

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        • 356
          Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

          When will they announce a hosepipe ban across Somerset :-)

          Like

        • 363
          Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

          If i were them i’d chop down some trees and start building an ark :-)

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      • 453
        Jim says:

        What is it with people nowadays that they need to photograph everything they do?!
        ‘Im looking at a map, quick, photograph it’

        FlabbyAbbot above, as well ‘Look at me, I’m eating a muffin’ FFS.
        And her grasp of nutrition to call it a ‘fuel’…..

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  33. 197
    lord Chris Sinecure says:

    When I took this post I was assured of an easy few years and to bolster my already enormous trougher pension to enable me to see Mandy’s Brazilian in the raw. Pray, I did not expect the sort of aggression from Auntie that I saw yesterday, I thought we were all members of London Fudgepackers. Now, either you correct my position or or or … I’ll give Fatty P ang a ring.

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  34. 211
    Citizen Khan says:

    I notice that the Disasters Emergency Commission Appe*al is conspicuous by it’s absence. The victims of the floods are far too white for that. I guess they’ll say it’s because no one’s died. So that’s ok then. The next time these lefty socialist twats want money for some event abroad I hope people remember how they couldn’t give a flying about one at home.

    And now we’ve got Liebour preaching about how they will sort out the pensions mess if they get elected. Hypocrisy on an industrial scale.

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  35. 228
    Owen Jones says:

    Video of brilliant speech on homophobia by Panti Bliss at Dublin’s Abbey Theatre.

    http://ow.ly/tpEDE

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    • 230
      CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      Bunch of fucking puffs

      Like

      • 236
        Crap Ed Miliband says:

        I think you’ll find it’s spelled “poofs”. See, all those years of schooling taught me something. Now if only I could get Balls to come to terms with some basic arithmetic I might be getting somewhere…

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        • 265
          CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          I prefer the older form PUFFS

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        • 270
          The guilty says:

          Horses hoofs or hooves?

          Like

          • Podiceps says:

            ‘Hoofs’ is OK, and sometimes used in the USA, but ‘hooves’ is universal here and much commoner generally. Googlefight gives only 128,000 hits for ‘hoofs’, but 1,040,000 for ‘hooves’.

            These things change. At the beginning of the century ‘dwarfs’ was the usual plural of ‘dwarf’. Tolkien preferred ‘dwarves’, and was so influential that this is now the commonly used form.

            Similarly, I think that the influence of Private Eye changed the usual plural of ‘poof’ from ‘poofs’ to ‘pooves’.

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          • CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            What about ‘ roofs ‘ rooves doesn’t sound or look quite right ,but loaf and loaves seems quite natural.

            Like

          • Sue Denim says:

            Elves or elfs? Dwarves or dwarfs?

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          • CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            You please yourself, We’ll please ourselves

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  36. 238
    Anon. says:

    Good. That should save some tax payers money. The freeloaders wouldn’t have spent their own money!

    Like

    • 251
      The BBC causes severe mental illness says:

      Russ!a probably wouldn’t let the type of people Clegg has in his ranks in.

      They don’t like p’edophiles and sex offenders in Russ!a.

      Like

    • 259
      Can we have Putin to Replace Dave? says:

      + 1 To Putin

      Like

      • 276
        OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT says:

        Well done Vladimir — shove all the gays back in the closet, where they can carry on all their perversions in private. Normal people are pissed of with the gay mafia endlessly promoting bumsex etc, aided by the likes of Dave.

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        • 295
          One Term Dave says:

          Don’t be a square and get with the program daddy-o, haven’t you heard that bumsex is the new bumsex.

          Like

    • 324
      RT Latest: No Lib Dems in Sochi Shocka says:

      I suspect you will be missed about as much as a turd in a punchbowl.

      Like

  37. 243
    Chris Smith says:

    Thousands of people in Pakistan have donated money help the victims of the floods in Somerset and Devon.

    The total now stands at 13 rupees.

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  38. 245
    Chris Smith says:

    Thousands of people in P*kistan have donated money help the victims of the floods in Somerset and Devon.

    The total now stands at 13 rupees.

    Like

    • 261
      It does happen says:

      When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, Sri Lanka helped out the flood victims.

      Like

      • 289
        Cinna says:

        Sky News reporting some Sikh charity is helping out in Somerset.

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        • 350
          Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

          Sikh and ye shall find :-)

          Like

          • non taxable pikey says:

            There were numerous copy cat riots after Toxteth, one of which involved members of the religion of peace in Leicester. The Sikhs sorted out that little disturbance saving local plod any trouble. I seem to recall several rioters ended up in intensive care. So, don’t knock the Sikhs, they’re good folk.

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          • A view from the villa balcony says:

            SSShhhhhhh – don’t mention Amritsar…..

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          • There's one gullible cunt born every minute says:

            Chillax – Dave’s crafting a lengthy apology as we speak.

            Like

    • 351
      Anonymous says:

      any talk of making a pop record?

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  39. 268
    Oh Fucking Hell. Here we go again. says:

    The EU to Ban 999

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    • 278
      The guilty says:

      I wish that fucker was in the back of the ambulance, flat out

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    • 284
      999 says:

      Fuck off!

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      • 431
        FFS says:

        Barroso is a twat. The 112 number was created by the CEPT which is an organistion that covers a much larger number of countries than the EU. It also covers the EFTA countries, Ukraine and Russia. It has nothing to do with the EU.

        This is typical of the EU to grandstand on the work of other organisations.

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    • 290
      CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      I can’t blame the EU, in reality I sometimes think Barroso ,Rumpoy , Kinnock and the rest of them have a little competition amongst themselves to test the the cowards at Westminster just to see have far they can have a laugh at our expense, in the full knowledge that the rest of the EU will just tell them to piss off.
      Can any one imagine the French or Germans allowing thousands of aces of prime agricultural land being ruined at the behest of foreigners , or billions of Euros in benefits sent out of the country to East Europe, or closing down their power generating capacity and selling whats left of it to government owned energy companies, nor can I.

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    • 386
      Anonymous says:

      Jose, if you’re in it it should say Icarus.

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  40. 277
    altruism in industry says:

    the informative interview on the Stephen Nolan program last night with a victim of the teacher at the Caldicott Boys’ Preparatory School who was recently gaoled would indicate that one would have to have been blind not to see what was going on.

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  41. 281
    Ric Holden CCHQ says:

    Fury as Tory party donors are handed NHS contracts worth £1.5BILLION under health reforms http://bit.ly/1fIUFTE

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    • 291
      F**k the LibLabCon says:

      Oh look, yet more gluttonous piggies at the trough of public money gorging themselves on the blood sweat and tears of the plebs. Nice work if you can get it.

      Like

  42. 283
    Bitch Slappers says:

    Why does the BBC and our Media seem determined to run down the Russian opening ceremony?

    I just can’t understand what all their sour grapes are about.

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    • 480
      Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

      They used to love the Russkies when they had millions struggling for work and food while the Communist leaders lived at the Socialist troughski.
      Now Putin has given Russians a bit more patriotism and ignores Western PC bigotry it’s the wrong kind of Socialism.

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  43. 286
    Bitch Slappers says:

    Why does the BBC and our Media seem determined to run down the Russian opening ceremony?

    I just can’t understand what all their sour gr@pes are about.

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    • 288
      i don't n eed no doctor says:

      It’s because the BBC loves gay and ethnic people, and Russia doesn’t.

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      • 297
        The Gays have taken out the Media and the Politicians says:

        Fascism in action by the West. Anyone in that German team refusing to wear that Gayers uniform would have had their name dragged through the mud.

        This whole Gay Mafia thuggery is becoming very ugly indeed.

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        • 307
          Native European says:

          The gay issue is just an excuse. If it hadn’t been that, the criminals running the west would have chosen something else, and the controlled MSM would now be droning on about that instead.

          The real issue is Russia and it being an obstacle to the plans of the globalist elites.

          I wouldn’t put it past the lunatics running the west to start training and arming the Chechens.

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          • Casual Observer 6 says:

            That has already been done.

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          • Jack says:

            Like they arm and train the jihadis in Syria

            The jihadis now control laege parts of Libya thanks to neo con madness

            And the wesren elites support Saudi Arabia and Qatar who finance and arm all these jihadis

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          • Casual Observer 6 says:

            S’audi / Q’atar do most of the arming and funding.

            Training is a more curious matter.

            What the West does not do is oppose this.

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          • Historian says:

            And to weaken Russia the US organised the systematic pillaging of Russia after the collapse of Communism – though Sachs and others from Harvard

            And where are the Russian Oligarchs today?

            New York and London…funding the neocons

            Coincidence? My arse

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          • Casual Observer 6 says:

            @Historian: Thank you for that article.

            There should be no problem with the pillaging etc. of Russ!a that took place during the 80s and 90s – unless of course you are Russ!an.

            US Foreign Policy has had two real priorities the past 70 years or so: i) Destroy Communism economically, ii) Destroy Communism ideologically.

            The economic destruction was relatively easy: Communism has no mechanism within its political economy for reliably determining prices. That weakness can be used to your advantage if the system can be coerced to using your pricing mechanism.

            This made it straightforward to drain bullion from their central bank and destroy the value of the R’uble on the Foreign Exchange markets.

            The latter part of the strategy has been partially won also, but not as the US intended. Ch!na is a notable example: The problem is that they have adjusted their political economy to address the problem with price determination (as has Russ!a now), and turned the tables by becoming a net creditor nation. This whilst preserving the core aspect of Communism which the US objects to – that being the dominant state which is difficult to subvert.

            Russ!a has recovered most of its bullion now and has been able to preserve its key industries. This has been in part thanks to US aggression, in particular NMD and the ongoing sectarian conflict in the middle east.

            It should be noted that Ed Balls developed his economic ideas at H’arvard.

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      • 302
        F**k the LibLabCon says:

        No doubt they’ll all be watching the Figure Skating though.

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    • 293
      Free Press says:

      Because the powers that be have told them to.

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      • 299
        The Powers that be says:

        Look, Russia made us look like right Charlies over Syria, they won’t let Wall Street and the City loot the country, and they refuse to be enriched.

        They are just asking for trouble.

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        • 422
          Historian says:

          Putin is trying to take the wealth of Russia back from these people

          http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/04/07/Oligarchs_100704.html

          In the long run Russia will win

          Like the Chinese and Continental Europe, Africa, India and Latin America

          Wall Street and the City are very vulnerable nowadays as we all know

          And represent organised crime and obscenity that the rest of the world does not want

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    • 296
      F**k the LibLabCon says:

      I know it really is very sad and pathetic.

      Like

    • 309
      F**k the LibLabCon says:

      If the Gay Mafia had its way today’s line up would look like this.

      Bisexualathlon – Men’s Team
      Cock Curling – Boy’s Team
      Figure Scating – Men’s Team
      Ice Cockey – Men’s Team
      Ski Bumming – Men’s Team
      Analboarding – Boy’s Team

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  44. 306
    Lord Smith of Much Wanking on the Heath says:

    Right, I’ve been down to Somerset so I’ve done my job. Can I get back to drinking coffee and working out my pensions?

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  45. 323
    A bunch of bananas says:

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  46. 326
    Nominal Thickness says:

    Aren’t the Tories the party of the farmers?

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    • 331
      a metal plug and two pins says:

      The real Conservatives were, these Heathite toytown one’s are a party for themselves and the EUSSR,

      Like

    • 333
      Prescott's pie says:

      We know full well that even the most hardened neoliberals come crying to the state when they need it. Too-big-to-fail banks is the most recent example, but Aynd Rand’s use of social security and Medicare in her old age is the most potent one

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    • 339
      Monica Free says:

      In the constituency where the floods are taking place they would vote for an amoeba if it was wearing a blue rosette. Plus Tory run Somerset County Council have taken an almost religious zeal in cutting services beyond the levels set by Gideon.

      I’m not saying that any of the residents of the levels deserve the horrendous suffering that is taking place, but in terms of the pitiful response so far sometimes you reap what you sow

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      • 353
        David Laws' expense claim says:

        It’s been a lib dem stronghold for most of the last 20 years. Still would be if certain people hadn’t reneged on their tuition fee promises and fiddled their expenses.

        And if the liberal county council hadn’t spent money like Labour’s stupider, more feckless, cousin.

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      • 443
        CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        Another UKIP seat coming up!!

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    • 348
      ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

      This isn’t about socialism or conservatism. It’s about a government – any government – demonstrating that they have the best interests of their electorate at the very top of their agenda. Not being a socialist shouldn’t exclude you from caring about people and a bit of common decency.

      But does anyone think that Cameron and his cronies have anyone’s interests other than their own as a priority? They only look interested in asset-stripping and (further) wealth accumulation for the short time they have left in office.

      People look for strong and decisive leadership in a time of crisis. Cameron has failed in both respects.

      It’s just a shame we can’t see transcripts from these wonderfully-titled Cobra meetings, as I have a feeling very little is discussed other that their own damage limitation and PR spin

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      • 366
        FFS Mousey your pr is rubbish says:

        13 years Mousey , your lot got us into this mess, you never cared about the best interests of the electorate only the best interests of MPs and the Liebour party, you couldn’t care less about the people of Britain hence Liebours open door policies, the NHS, Liebour helped to destroy with PFI, you used plod as your private police force, we remember Bliar, Brown and Campbell and the internet essay that they used to start a war in Iraq, whitewash as much as you like, the loons we have in charge now will never ever be as bad as, please note New Liebour.

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  47. 329
    Believe iot or not. says:

    Prince Charles reveals his belief in Feng Shui. Says he will have Buckingham Palace re-aligned in order to ensure he has a long life.

    Like

  48. 336
    Plod Porn arrests says:

    What is extreme sexual nature?

    I assume they no longer mean buggery.

    Like

    • 340
      Lawyers4U.com says:

      Putting your hand on a women’s bum accidentally on purpose is extreme sexual nature and in Londonistan it is now classified as r@pe.

      Like

  49. 342
    CORPORAL JONESon the Environment Agency says:

    “They Do like it up e’m”

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  50. 343
    Lord Duck of Moat says:

    SCENE: Conservative Central Office, Autumn 2009

    DAVE: So it’s agreed, we cut the flood funds – there’s not been much rain this year, so I can’t see why we need to keep that up.
    SPAD: I understand that rain can be unpredictable, Mr Cameron. Might it be prudent to keep some reserve in case it, well, rains?
    DAVE: Nonsense, nonsense. Caveat emptor, I say. If you want a house in a flood area, then you can shoulder the burden of keeping it dry yourself. Once we’ve got our massive majority, a few soggy country types in a safe seat will be no problem I can imagine. And any odd weather we do get, I’ll blame on global warming.
    SPAD: More green crap, Mr Cameron?
    DAVE: Oh yes, can’t get enough of it.

    FADE TO: Somerset, 2014

    DAVE is stood on a chair outside Glastonbury with a megaphone, at the edge of forty square miles of muddy water and upside down cars.

    DAVE: Stay calm! Keep back! I’m in charge! Please bear in mind that this is all probably Labour’s fault! Erm… Imagine what dredging would have done to the defecit! YES, THE DEFECIT!
    (F/X: Apple chime noise. He looks in his pockets, finds his phone)
    DAVE: Oh, a text from Boris… ‘Loving the King Canute act, please can you tell me where the spare key to No.10 is kept.’ D’oh

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  51. 352
    Smudge Smith says:

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  52. 360
    Here's your global warming forecast for today! says:

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    • 364
      The Liberal Demoshats says:

      The planet is almost blowing itself over!
      We must put up taxes to contain these high wind speeds.

      Like

    • 367
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      So just a typical low pressure system we get most winters.

      The ancient Chinese,Romans,Egyptians,Myans etc all recorded similar extremes of weather and that was when the worlds population was a fraction of what it is now and no fossil fuels were being burned.

      It’s called WEATHER!

      It’s been going on like this for millions of years, before humans even existed.

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      • 373
        BBC says:

        No such thing as weather anymore you have two choices in the Utopean Union, you can have ‘climate change ‘ or ‘global warming’ take your pick.

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  53. 371
    Guido Fawkes says:

    Only 360 comments in seven hours, Steve? Pull your finger out, for fuck’s sake.

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  54. 375
    Proftastic says:

    Unions say floods are caused by lack of money and job cuts at the EA. Chris Smith is doing a wonderful job.
    Someone should look at this because that is the union response to everything. If true we could solve all the worlds problems by printing more money and introducing compulsory full employment!

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    • 378
      Sally Bercow says:

      muahahahahaha hahahahahahahaha hahahahaha HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHJAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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    • 383
      Former surveyor says:

      Surely if you dredge a river, and put the material on the banks, it’s a win-win? Deeper river & higher banks.

      Or is that too simple?

      Like

      • 385
        Sally Bercow says:

        You need to go to McDonald’s.

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      • 413
        Ah! half-time says:

        If the river bed is dredged below sea level?

        Simple thought experiment.

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        • 423
          Village idiot says:

          Surely, no-one would be so stupid? An ex surveyor…………….hmmm

          Like

          • FFS says:

            The rivers on the Somerset Levels usually have sluice gates near their mouths designed to prevent back-flow of the sea during high-tides. The gates are opened at low tide to allow water from the land to escape. Due to the very large tidal range of the Severn estuary, the sea goes out a long way at low tide, making it a simple matter to allow the rivers to drain out to sea.

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        • 424
          Casual Observer 6 says:

          The volume of water the river can hold will increase, and sea level (if the sea flows into the river) will go down.

          Problem in Somerset is drainage from the land: The rivers cannot contain the volume of water which is running off of the land as they are silted up, which is why you have the flooding.

          In modern flood defenses, pumps are used in order to transport water into the sea in some areas where the land is below sea level.

          Most of the UK’s knowledge of water management / land reclamation was brought here by Cornelius Vermuyden from Holland back in the 17th century. It has been developed quite a bit since.

          The only excuse for poor water management in the UK is explicit criminal action.

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          • Flooding the market and dredging the depths says:

            The only excuse for poor water management in the Somerset Levels is pre-occupation by the EA under pressure from environmentalists to stop dredging and return the land to pre-Dutch input to create habitats for water fowl and the like…all you need to know is that the EA spent £20 Million recently creating such a habitat whilst spending less than £4 million on flood defences for the “levels”

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          • FFS says:

            They claimed that they want to turn it into a version of the Camargue. In fact this is not possible because the Camargue is on the Mediterranean and does not suffer from tides.

            If the levels were allowed to return to nature then they would be regularly swamped by several feet of water then allowed to dry out. This process would happen every day. You wouldn’t get the Camargue, or anything like. You would get something more like the barren wasteland known as Maplin Sands. Very few creatures would be able to live on the Levels. There is considerably more scope for wildlife with the levels stablised by land drainage. Furthermore the Levels and Tors are relatively unusual in the UK landscape whilst river estuary wetlands are commonplace.

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          • Village idiot says:

            ” The sea level will go down” ??? Not in my mind, simple tho it is.
            Would have to be very wide and VERY deep to affect sea level. Maybe if helped by a tide. But in the end the sea will always win in my experiment.

            My proposition is theoretical not local.

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    • 391
      Fish says:

      The EA is bigger than that of Spain France and loads of other country put together. They’ve got more money than there’s water on the levels.

      Like

      • 404
        Proftastic says:

        Adequate funds are never sufficient for Unions. If you compromise or hand over cash, they take it an immediately ask for more.

        Like

      • 427
        Casual Observer 6 says:

        They spend most of their money on diversity bullshit and pensions.

        Like

        • 461
          On a good pension says:

          Short-termism. I spend 100% of my pension in the UK. Never buy Chinese or Japanese. Still using a Leyland mini. Don’t drink tea or coffee and grow my own veg

          Like

    • 428
      Cinna says:

      Yes I saw that on the BBC. Giving airtime to to the unions spouting anti-cuts propaganda.

      Like

      • 440
        The most amusing claim ever says:

        The BBC is actively switching blame off of Smith(Labour)to Cameron and Osborne and the “cuts”…..you have to take your hat off to them….if only Conservative Central Office was half as efficient or active(considering Cameron is reputedly from a PR background he seems pretty useless at it) but all you get is Shapps E Mailing people asking you to text him a quid to help with party funds

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      • 471
        i don't n eed no doctor says:

        Agreed. Blatant union political broadcast. The unions must have a lot of power within the BBC.

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        • 486
          Abdel from Tooting says:

          My take on this thread is that without spending millions of pounds it was possible to save the Somerset levels from flooding.

          There is that one Somerset farmer who has had the initiative to save his large house by using a JCB to dig out a dyke around his garden,waterproof the walls and install a pumping system. He is an example of a true Englishman.

          There are of course lessons to be learned from this debacle. Firstly Conservatives are absolutely hopeless and secondly we are still awaiting the truth as to how horse meat got onto our food.

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          • John Bellingham says:

            @tooting
            Sam Notaro is a builder and property developer, not a farmer and is of Italian extraction; as you say, a true modern Englishman.

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  55. 397
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Do away with the scrum. Fucking waste of time!

    Like

    • 399
      Ed Miliband says:

      It used to be an important part of the game, now it’s just a farce. Rugby league style scrums are the future

      Like

      • 407
        David, call me Prime Minister if you like says:

        Indeed. As a rather nubile thirteen year-old, playing at number four in the scrummage taught me that “lunch-packs” come in all shapes and sizes.

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  56. 401
    Ben Doon and Phil Mcavity says:

    I have noticed that the 3 most popular stories are about sex sleaze,as this blog really descended to this………..By the way whos shagging Sal at the minute certainly not the Squeaker.

    Like

  57. 409
    400 says:

    400

    Like

  58. 417
    Clinton Baugh says:

    “The Speaker of the Commons John Bercow is to be a prosecution witness during the sex trial of his former deputy, Nigel Evans.

    The Mail can reveal that Mr Bercow is on a list of at least ten MPs who will be called to give evidence for the Crown when Evans stands trial next month, accused of nine sex attacks on seven men.

    Among the other high-profile politicians who has been asked to testify during the prosecution is the Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin – a former Government Chief Whip”

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  59. 426
    Fuck all the London LibLabConner shampain politicians says:

    What we need in Somerset is a human sacrifice to placate the Rain God. Unfortunately yesterday we didn’t decide quickly enough between Lord Chris Smith HIV, and David Camoron PC, so missed the opportunity. Hence the rain and wind continue today.

    Any other LibLabConner politician thinking of posing for the TV meeja in future while in Somerset should be aware that he/she will be garotted and become a bog body.

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    • 432
      David Cameron, call me a worthless bastard, if you're honest says:

      Environment Agency twerking may have upset the rain gods… and caused global warming.

      Like

    • 466
      i don't n eed no doctor says:

      Maybe you should question the real culprits = LABOUR.

      Like

      • 472
        OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT says:

        Bollux. Dave’s been in “power” for nearly 4 years. It’s happened on his watch. He can’t just keep blaming Liebour.

        It’s the same as the continuing Deficit — after 4 years it’s fucking Dave’s fault.

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  60. 430
    Village idiot says:

    Why do the players have match boxes under their shirts?

    Like

  61. 435
    A bunch of bananas says:

    Like

  62. 437
    A bunch of bananas says:

    Oh do fuck off modbot!

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  63. 445
    A bunch of bananas says:

    Like

  64. 449
    Brillo says:

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  65. 456
    Saturday 7 up says:

    Like

  66. 468
    Anthony Barber says:

    If I was still alive, I could have made a few cuts.

    Like


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