February 10th, 2014

Rich’s Monday Morning View


  1. 1
    E C O Charge says:

    So tell me Ed, what is an adequate reward for risk in the energy supply sector?

  2. 2
    Ed Miliband says:

    As the Tory blame machine goes into overdrive expect to hear the ultimate excuse for the flooding. Rich’s Monday Morning View.

  3. 3
    Ed Balls says:

    Ballocks,you Pratt

  4. 4
    The most amusing claim ever says:

    Further problems for Home Office and NOT just with cleaners


  5. 5
    Ed Balls says:


  6. 6
    Mr Happy says:

    If I employ someone in this country who has a foreign passport I expect the Government to have regulated their status before they get into the country: that is one of the things I pay a Government to do on my behalf.

  7. 7
    Robust Community Stakeholder Champion says:

    More and more regulation. If this minister can’t even keep up with the law, how can everyone else?

    Much better to allow migrant workers in to do the jobs lazy Britons reject in favour of a life on benefits.

  8. 8
    Malcolm Muggeridge says:

    Criminal activity whether in public or private sector should be reported without delay to the Police to arrest convict and imprison.

  9. 9
    Chris Smith says:

    Won’t catch me resigniing, f*ck no, I’m a man with 10 jobs and I’m riding the gravy train, yee-haa!

  10. 10
    Dee Lusional says:

    I think you will find you pay the government and the EU lots of cash to do things. Problem is they are too busy in committees and fact-finding to get round to doing it.

    Go along to the lowest level of government – your local council – and see what they actually produce.

  11. 11
    M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

    Whatever the market dictates.

  12. 12
    Genghiz the kahn says:
  13. 13
    Malcolm Muggeridge says:

    I thought the highly embarrassing problem here was that he was the Minister who led the law he broke through Parliament.

    As someone once famously remarked “what a Wally”.

  14. 14
    M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

    Bollocks. They may be here on a student visa or as a tourist. You should at least check their National Insurance number.

  15. 15
    M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

    Christ – X factor politics.

  16. 16
    A great big mess says:

    Conservative Ministers are absolutely hopeless.

    At least this one though has been honorable enough to resign.

    I hope he is further honorable in not accepting any ministerial pension for the period of his holding the office.

  17. 17
    Anonymous says:

    Why is the lorry leaving tractor tyre treadmarks – and backwards ones, too?

    And why isn’t it funny?

  18. 18
    God's holy trousers says:

    Clearly you have no conception of just how easy it is to get a National Insurancee number. The possession of a NI number is neither here nor there in terms of a persons status.

  19. 19
    M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

    And let’s hope whoever takes over his vacant position is a foreigner.

  20. 20
    tin foil top hat says:

    What we need is mass organised non payment of taxes.

  21. 21
    jgm2 says:

    Guido Fawkes says that the way out of this is to Frack.

  22. 22
    MOT failure says:

    Also, the lorry appears to have no rear lights or indicators.

  23. 23
    Competition says:

    “Put more power in the hands of parents and patients”

    Yes, Ed. It’s called privatisation.

  24. 24
    Baroness Scotland says:

    I can give him some good advice in getting off the hook for this sort of thing.

  25. 25
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    It’s a clever pastiche of the government’s transport policy.

  26. 26
    Who let these cunts pretend to run anything? says:

    I think that Mr Harper struggles to keep up with all sorts of things.

    PPE you say?


  27. 27
    Maqboul the Fool says:

    There are millions more NI numbers than citizens in the UK, they are issued like confetti.

  28. 28
    Anonymous says:

    Labour heavy weight wades into flood debate and backs Smith. Max spending on dredging?

  29. 29

    Why is David Owen lying in the road?

  30. 30
    Convenient timing says:

    Suspiciously convenient timing for Hancock to suddenly go into hospital claiming he’s unwell.

  31. 31
    David Cameron says:

    Morning plebs. Just having a spot of brekkie and then I’ll be back to raising taxes again for all your “hard working families”….

  32. 32
    That's a shame says:

    Has David Owen been run over?

  33. 33
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    On who’s table?. How much of it was spent on dredging then?, any on the water table?.

  34. 34
    just trying to help says:

    You mean we need a national tax payers’ strike ballot .

  35. 35
    Sally says:

    Even though I have three kids, I like going out 7 nights a week, getting totally ratted and having random men blow their beans up my muff. Raising kids is such a bore. I’d much rather be out getting shafted by my friend Clinton, who’s just my friend and nothing more. A friend with a BBC.

  36. 36
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    It comes naturally to politicians, they can do it anywhere.

  37. 37
    Village Idiot says:

    ….I enjoyed the pictures of all those labour mps viewing the damage of their policy on eco lunacy,unfortunately continued by the people that govern us….er…
    Brussells,and,the joy one gets from academics,clueless,well paid academics,trying to justify their grossly mistaken reasoning,the fun ,hopefully,will continue for quite a while!…..The gallop towards third world status,gathers pace,and people who have never stuck a spade in the ground(steady with the unallowed racial connotations),running round like headless chickens,unfortunately,brings me joy! Ruined lives,mainly,ruined white lives,absolutely shameful!…..A plague on those responsible,not just mother nature!

  38. 38
    Handycock Immigrant Trafficker says:

    Unless of course the perpetrator is a freemason then the police will, as usual, turn a blind eye. Boaz.

  39. 39
    Tony Blair says:

    Amateur. I raised taxes on the poor, cut them for the rich, raided private pensions, introduced tuition fees after promising not to, rigged LIBOR rates, said I was perfectly relaxed about people becoming filthy rich, and started an illegal war based on lies which killed a million and has made me very rich. What is important is.

  40. 40
    The immigrants says:

    We are already doing that

  41. 41
    man on the street says:

    Oh, go and do one you idiot. The British are not lazy and the adjective is not migrant, it is immigrant.

    Why should British people have to live 12 to a house on piss soaked mattresses just so some corporate business can increase their profits and offshore their head office and pay no tax.

    Pay a decent wage for a decent day’s work and you’ll find most people actually want to work.

  42. 42
    The British media are cunts says:

    Wouldn’t all the Tories on a sinking raft called Victory 2015 have been more appropriate?

  43. 43
    Harper's Bizarre says:

    But I wasn’t using my own money to pay the illegal – I was just using tax-payer’s money – surely that’s worth something?

  44. 44
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Order!,order!, the right honourable gentleman will desist or leave my house.

  45. 45
    Downing St Plod says:

    Mind your own business, we’ll decide who’s a pleb and who is not.

  46. 46
    David Blunkett says:

    I fast tracked my lover’s nanny’s passport. All I had to do was resign, and just after a few months, Tony allowed me back into the cabinet. That’s how you do it! I was and still am a total cock.

  47. 47
    Vote UKIP for freedom and a decent wage says:


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    'Kin8 Pedants says:

    I thought it apposite and mildly amusing for a change.

    Your reaction is typical of the pedant – to be concentrated on irrelevant detail and to completely miss the bigger picture.

  49. 49
    Socialist Retard says:

    Spend more!
    Spend more!
    Spend more!
    Spend more!
    Spend more!
    Spend more!
    Spend more!
    Spend more!
    Spend more!
    Spend more!
    Spend more!

  50. 50
    Clinton says:

    No. Me not gonna leave da house, mon! Me like Sally’s punani. She is a sexy gyal. Me do da bogle bogle and grind up against her batty. She a gyal dat wear no panties. Yes mon!

  51. 51
    The Moran defence says:

    He’s been “unwell” for years but that didn’t stop the LibDims allowing him to stay.

  52. 52
    albacore says:

    Nadine, Nadine, where have you been?
    Dave doesn’t want you on the screen
    Certainly if you look sharper
    Than that poor, young Mr Harper


  53. 53
    Anonymous says:

    Malcolm,the biter has been bitten!

  54. 54
    The Labour Party says:

    We most definitely did not kill 1 million people.

    It was only half a million, which makes it OK.


    Evil Tories = nasty party cost of living crisis.
    Lovely Labour = happy progressives only killed half a million not one million.

  55. 55
    Anonymous says:

    Chris, don’t be too confident. You will find that nothing lasts for ever.

  56. 56
    Sir William Waide says:

    But there is no free market in energy supply. It is mucked about with by Government and EU agencies.

  57. 57
    ed millibland says:

    My turd was so huge it wouldn’t flush down the toilet.

  58. 58
    UKIP does what it says on the tin says:

    That paltry sum is equivalent to the bloated salaries of the top few mandarins at the EA.

  59. 59
    altruism in industry says:

    Lord Smith txts Paterson who has just had eye op ?

  60. 60
    Anonymous says:

    Can I just say that I applaud all those folk who are helping out with the flood victims, their property etc. Those who would even think about looting can just foxtrot oscar! It seems the EA could have done a lot more, by accident I came across a EA whistleblowers webpage yesterday – interesting reading.

  61. 61
    baroness scotland says:

    At least he had the decency to resign.
    Something disgraced or incompetent lefties never do.

  62. 62

    Dave — Now do you understand that immigration is totally out of control?

    What are you doing about it?


  63. 63
    Sir William Waide says:

    You don’t think they actually read, let alone understand, all this legislation that they spew out onto the pavements of Westminster?

  64. 64
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    So when is White Dee going to apply for that vacant cleaning job?

    Don’t hold your breath. LOL

  65. 65
    LOLpolz says:

    Yes! Can haz giant invizzibul cheezburger!

  66. 66
    Rich says:

    Look Nan I can draw a tree!

  67. 67
    PC 69 says:

    Dead right-now can you forward that anal gang bang video to me?

  68. 68
    Cornish pasty says:

    A long line of Labour Environment Secretaries- from Margaret Beckett and Nick
    Brown to Hilary Benn and David Miliband- all failed to dredge our rivers properly
    or manage our coasts throughout the Blair/Brown years.
    They were more concerned about wasting valuable resources on climate change.
    Something Ed Miliband was familiar with as Sec of State for Energy and Climate Change from 2008-2010.

  69. 69
    So why no dredging since 1996, Smiffy? says:


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    Mr Potato Head2 says:

    Maybe they will turn the Thames Valley into a wild life sanctuary for birds if the EU says we must. On the other hand we will have to pay to shoot every fucker that flies if it suits other European countries, as is the case with the ruddy duck.

  71. 71

    What will the Tory lemmings do to Dave if they lose their deposit at Wythenshawe?

  72. 72
    Anonymous says:

    Is it David Owen?

  73. 73
    Mr Potato Head2 says:

    Just tell the Lib Dems to frack off and end the coalition now. It is past its sell by date.

  74. 74
    Sir William Waide says:

    This does not explain the lack of dredging by the EA between 1996 and 2012.

  75. 75
    mrs mopp says:

    can i do you now sir?

  76. 76
    tin foil top hat says:

    Hell yeah. The we will see the mask drop from the LibLabCon.

    Force them to attempt actual force to rectify the situation.

  77. 77
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Oh pick me, I fit that criteria, also I like boobies.

  78. 78
    Mad Frankie Maude says:

    Why hasn’t Prime Minister David Cameron been sacked yet?

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    Bluto says:

    That’s rich coming from the party that is just one giant blame machine. The Labour party, whose gross incompetence and the consequences of its malevolent policies are ALWAYS someone else’s fault. The Labour party, whose disgraced politicians never resign or apologise.

  80. 80
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’m still prime minister.

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    Mr Potato Head2 says:

    Surely it is up to the EA to decide how it spends its own budget. So higher salaries for fat cats must take higher priority than dredging. And then there is all the bureaucracy and surveys of wildlife areas to pay for.

    Birds are higher up the pecking order than plebs.

  82. 82

    Passport ? Who needs one ?

  83. 83
    An old person says:

    Always remember, hands that do dishes… Fondle Daddies Dick

  84. 84
    Bluto says:

    What about the relatives of NHS patients calling in hospital inspectors, you donkey? The last time someone tried that the members of your wretched party hounded and persecuted her.

    You f***ing hypocrite. Go and sell your newly discovered “patient power” to that weasel Burnham.

  85. 85
    Fabians are EVIL says:

    As Harper was putting his cleaning Bills on expenses he was, in no way, gaining personally.

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    Anonymous says:

    At least he had the decency to resign. I don’t think we would have seen a Labour minister falling on his sword.

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    Mr Potato Head2 says:

    Why are birds higher up the pecking order than plebs like those living in the Somerset levels? And are they floating voters now?

  88. 88
    Eric 'Let Them Eat Cake' Pickles says:

    I say I say who cares about those fucking plebs drowning all over the UK, it makes more room for immigrants, we need to borrow more money to give to foreign countries to improve themselves and encourage them to send all their trash and wasters over to us to do the cleaning jobs, tally ho and remember to pay your fucking taxes and vote tory you oiks.

    Oink Oink

  89. 89
    Bluto says:

    Well, it took a while for Labour’s propaganda machine to spin the floods with the cuts but we all saw it coming. With Labour it is always someone else’s fault.

    Watch the script this week as this old rubbish gets repeated by every Labour mouthpiece on cue.

    And Chris Smith – independent? Look at the above. Thick as thieves. The Labour party conspiracy to create a single party state with a privileged, unelected, unaccountable champagne socialist elite running it.

  90. 90
    Jim says:

    There are so many crooks they are only going to act for the future not the past!
    Nobody will go to prison for a shot keep fit break.
    Vote Ukip.

  91. 91
    Gaws says:

    Let me explain something Chris. If the men at the top want a sacrificial lamb to get people off THEIR backs and to make it look like they are in control you are top dog at the moment.

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    Anonymous says:

    Smith hasn’t been subject to heavy criticism before as his gayness ‘protected’ him.
    Clearly his lack of ability has nothing to do with that and he should resign and not take on any other cosseted public sector roles.

  93. 93
    Take this country back says:

    As if one has doubts as to the status of the prospective employee and refuse them the job, is one going to be liable to be sued?

  94. 94
    Bluto says:

    Come, come. Labour is nothing less than the political wing of people with flooded houses. Didn’t you know?

  95. 95
    Ed moribund says:

    It’s a cost of swimming cwisis

  96. 96
    Brenda says:

    One has given him a Final Written Warning for gross incompetence and lying.

    The procedure does take time as one doesn’t want to slip up at the Industrial Tribunal, does one.

    He will be gone by 2015.

  97. 97
    Home Office Bumsex Dept. says:

    Surely smooth round cheeks are more your thing, Prime Minister?

  98. 98
    What a time to be a Romanian... says:

    Get the army out on the streets protecting these houses…or the lazy fat police

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    The most amusing claim ever says:

    Cameron still refusing to divert £120 Billion Foreign Aid money from vanity projects in India to helping UK flood victims in Somerset.Worcester and now Thames valley around Datchet…Pickles told Marr yesterday that by erecting a few wind turbines in the ganges delta will help ease the flooding in the UK…how long can Cameron hold out now that it’s the Tory Home Counties and Shires that are getting hit.


  100. 100
    Dreary Steeples says:

    As from today every man,woman and child can paddle their own boat.

  101. 101
    Hillary says:

    Just make sure you wear two heavy duty condoms. We Clintons can’t be too careful.

  102. 102
    Anonymous Coward says:

    “pedant” is what someone who is wrong, calls someone who is right

  103. 103
    The most amusing claim ever says:

    She explained why not in last weeks Channel 5 debate and no doubt will explain again tonight on the Channel 4 debate straight after the final epsiode of Benefits Street…I do hope Katy Hopkins is a guest again..watching her and White Dee arguing or rather Katy snarling at all and sundry was better than an episode of Jeremy Kyle Show

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    Can Guido check this please.... says:

    Is Smith at work today in EA, or is he working in one of his other jobs?

  105. 105
    Graham says:

    Harper is a strange MP as he is a man of integrity. I seem to remember that Baroness Scotland didn’t resign her position when found to be employing an illegal immigrant. But of course she’s a Liebour cnut.

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    Lord Smith (Drowner Of Plebs Esq) says:



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    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    Why hasn’t Miliband’s bandwagon been to the Somerset levels?
    Have the media questioned Miliband over the Somerset Levels? Thought not.

  108. 108
    Anonymous says:

    A Question for Lard Pickles. How to private jets and spending sprees in Paris by the wives of dictators stop it raining in Somerset (and now the Thames Valley)?

  109. 109
    Fish says:

    That picture’s no of Emily Thornberry.

    When I last saw her on the Daily Brillo she was far fatter than that.

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    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    So what would you do Thornberry?
    Waffle, waffle, waffle, spin, spin, spin, lies, lies, lies, hypocrisy, hypocrisy, hypocrisy.

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    Professor Green says:

    We’d do rather better, I suspect, by spending money on long-term prevention rather than flood protection measures. More trees and more attention to soil quality to reduce runoff. Most important, allow floodplains to be floodplains rather than housing estates, and begin a strategic withdrawal from areas (like the Somerset levels) that will prove too expensive to protect as extreme weather events become more frequent

  112. 112
    Sinnick says:

    Somerset’s under water, Devon & Cornwall are cut off by rail but that’s OK. A threat to Westminster, and Paterson might actually dig his wellies out! – Panic! The wine cellars are at risk! Save the Montrachet!

  113. 113
    John Bellingham says:

    No wonder people get pissed off with the Environment Agency.
    1/. Mr Notaro, the Brigwater builder now famed for protecting his home from floodwaters by himself was both refused original planning permission for building the house on a 1M high platform after an objection from the Agency and, last week, when he ordered truckloads of sand and soil to build his defences he checked with the Agency informing them of his intentions and was told that he had to apply for a permit that would take six to eight weeks to process and failure to do so would incur a £35,000 fine!
    He went higher up and after some delay was given permission.

    2/. The latest delay in river dredging emerged today. There has been a call for an “impact study” on the effects of dredging on the local population of Toads. February is their breeding season and “toad patrols” report that they are already on the move!

  114. 114
    Mr G Rarf says:

    This is no rafting matter. My neck is on the line.

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    Anonymous says:

    Fuck me, no wonder he’s gay. No woman would kiss that ugly mug!

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    altruism in industry says:

    more attention to soil quality ? It’s not a pot plant. The problem is that THERE ARE TOO MANY PEOPLE. When The UK can feed itself then there will not be a requirement to extensively farm and live on unsuitable areas and we can have more random nature.

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    Jeremiah says:

    Don’t worry girls, Fawkes & Co guarantee that global warming will not happen you have their cast iron guarantee, there that makes you all feel much better, doesn’t it? How long will it take to reach Kingston on Thames, and then Londonistan. Instead of getting on with the job then counting the cost a learn by their mistakes, they are pointing fingers at each other with Smith and fatty Pickles blaming each other. All this seems to smack of the old English disease of too many senior managers shoving paper around and the blokes who actually do the job on the ground being reduced along with funding. The Cons have been in power for over 31/2 years, they have been directing traffic so to speak and so the blame on Liebore gets less as time goes on. It always seems strange to me that government and local authorities continue to allow building on known flood plains (using maps dating back to the first series OS maps (1855)), in my area they are building houses on land where once was a processor of crude benzines and tars, true they have removed thousands of tonnes of highly contaminated soil but they could have gone even further down, the smell of creosote hung in the air for over two years, they have put an impermeable membrane to prevent the poisons rising and covered it with soil. Any takers from £99K?

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    Mustn't grumble says:

    Be good if this flood shambles became the tipping point but I doubt it

  119. 119
    John Bellingham says:

    It was Deng Xiaoping who said that it was OK for socialists to get filthy rich. Mind you, he also bumped off a million or so Tibetans, helped eliminate the “oldthinkers” and was Mao’s appointee to manage the Great leap Forward that destroyed China’s Agriculture for a generation. So maybe he was Blair’s real mentor.

  120. 120
    John Bellingham says:

    Many, many of your mates. That’s because it’s easier to get a bank loan with a British passport than one from Yemen, Somalia or Bangladesh.

  121. 121
    Jeremiah says:

    Most of the major power firms are foreign owned, so you could say home owners are the bait that is thrown in so the big fish can feed on them.

  122. 122
    Jeremiah says:

    I think He has already been done love

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    Jack Ketch says:

    Why not send all those smelly Bengalis that litter the streets of London to Somerset? After all the first big wave of Bangladeshis (wave–get it?) came here when they were flooded out in 1976–they are used to it after all and at home they build their shacks on stilts.

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    Jeremiah says:

    Don’t be daft, they cannot do that, that then puts the onus on government, and of course you know joined up government thinking works or is it doesn’t work.

  125. 125
    Not conductive to the public good says:

    Why does this guy get an ASBO instead of a deportation order?


  126. 126
    Jeremiah says:

    Could that be like putting your wellies on, be sure to make sure that they are clean and dry inside and junior hasn’t slipped some doggie-does inside.

  127. 127
    Plod says:

    I can’t swim. Better call in the fire brigade

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    Proftastic says:

    Smith says he will not resign as he has been inundated with messages of support. He even smiled a bit when he said that. Totally unconvincing. I suppose if he had a defence for the lack of dredging and the missing equipment over the last 15 years we would have heard it by now.

  129. 129
    Proftastic says:

    Just seen Eagle on the BBC saying the blame game should stop. Is that the closest we are going to get to an admission of guilt from Labour?

  130. 130
    Fucking Idiot Dave says:

    Isn’t he due at Bristol with me to open the new £10m EA offices?

  131. 131
    Jeremiah says:

    You have a point there Will, can they actually read though. The last mob went legislation crazy, how much of it was actually debated, I bet a lot went through on the nod, no one, unless they were an ultra fast speed reader could read and take in all the information.

  132. 132
    Dynamic Dave says:

    Look here cnut — we need a corpse to take the blame and distract the meeja from our own fuck ups.

  133. 133
    Jeremiah says:

    Chris old chap, Tumbleweed Dave probably got some old Etonian dead beat politico all lined up, still just think of your payoff.

  134. 134
    WoRaft Chihuahua says:

    Just go to the Parliament webpage. You will find the public being done over live nearly every day.

  135. 135
    Sally Bercowitz says:

    You guys are always on about converting lezzas by giving them a real good screwing — I’m willing to give it a go with Lord Smith to see if it works the other way.

  136. 136
    Jim says:

    Labour and the Unions already tried that idea. It is part of the mess we are currently trying to clear up. There is no money left, we just have to keep borrowing for the time being.

  137. 137
    WoRaft Chihuahua says:

    Hilary Benn was able to secure sea defences to protect his ancestral home, although along the coast they were told to go without.


  138. 138
    Jim says:

    The LibDems want these Contracts to be renewed automatically.

  139. 139
    Village Idiot says:

    …Too expensive to protect?…..Another armchair expert rubbing salt in the wounds!

  140. 140
    Mme Guillotine says:

    … plus you are not allowed to get your boots wet unless you have completed in triplicate the relevant risk assessment forms.

    Do you recall that case a while back of a toddler drowning in 2 feet of water while you all stood by and watched petrified of getting your boots wet in case you got a bollocking from some bureaucrat?

    You should all be ashamed of yourselves as you are mostly a complete waste of time and money. We would be better off paying protection money to the local gangs to keep our houses safe.

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    carlo gambino says:

    Did anyone mention how ‘honourable’ his being resigned was.

    Honour exuding from every pore.

    Oh we’re so honoured to have him as our representative.

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    Proftastic says:

    BBC are interviewing every lefty activist they can find. Today’s excuse is the EA were only following the law when not dredging. Asking who passed those laws and when is studiously avoided.
    (Only following orders doesn’t usually work lol)

    Now Smith is on live for the second time complaining he is being picked on. Spending more time dredging his own moat on TV than doing his job lol.

  143. 143
    Nigel S says:

    Or front wheels (at least ones that leave a track)

  144. 144

    Another milimong photograph!

  145. 145

    The answer to all this is to disband these useless government agencies ,they were only set up in the first place as a buffer zone to protect the Government from public scrutiny having sprung up in their hundreds since EU membership.
    Things like dredging of rivers etc were once the province of the likes of the Ministry of Public Building and Works or similar ,they were far from perfect but at least it cut out the layers of buck passing and obfuscation such as we are seeing with the ongoing flooding saga .

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    Yogurt weaver rebuttal squad says:

    Fabian alert – more global warming / climate change bullshit. Who says ‘extreme weather’ is becoming more frequent? The Somerset levels are a man made environment that has been a great success until the EA decided to stop maintaining the drainage. Unless the drainage is maintained the levels will revert to swamp. The EA is costing us 1.8 billion pa. it is wasting money hand over fist on leftish right on bollocks instead of doing the job of protecting our environment. Sack the wankers.

  147. 147
    Blowing Donkey Whistles says:

    Was that the gonzo one filmed in the squeakers flat featuring Winston, Leroy and S-Alley?

  148. 148
    Anonymous says:


  149. 149
    Dutch Person says:

    English wankers can’t even manage a little river action when the Dutch have reclaimed thousands of acres from the sea.

  150. 150
    Vinny says:

    Labour don’t like the blame game as they are always on the wrong end of it.

    Let’s draw a line under this and move on
    ok yah?

  151. 151
    Gravy Trainer says:

    Those quangos don’t half pay well, though.

  152. 152
    Blowing Donkey Whistles says:

    One must be Careful about what one rides. You might catch something that is a bugger to get rid of.

  153. 153

    That, is the problem !!

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    Dutch person says:

    Tip: When sticking your finger in a dyke, be sure you know which type you’re after

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George Galloway says of his former Respect candidate the UKIP MEP turned Tory, Amjad Bashir…

“Clearly Bashir does not have any real political principles or commitment, only naked opportunism and self-interest. He represents the revolving door principle in politics. The Tories are welcome to him because he will cause them embarrassment. Fortunately Respect was able to act before he did it to us.”

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