February 11th, 2014

New CCHQ Security Concerns


35 Comments

  1. 1
    NekNominated says:

    I encourage more sexy girls to do this.

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    • 11
      Stunna says:

      Two for £

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      • 16
        broderick crawford says:

        call that a strip???

        i used to see better in ” Parade ” and ” Reveille” in the 1960 s

        obviously long before the time these young prudes were even a twinkle in their parents’ eye !

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        • 19
          Jeremiah says:

          The daft bint is probably Brahms and Liszt and after that can of lemonade would want to take one of those leaks at CCHQ

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      • 27
        Anonymous says:

        Lovely – makes shopping more appealing than I could ever have imagined.

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    • 14
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      Nothing can ever get me to shop physically in any supermarket/shop ever again.

      I do all my shopping online. No need to travel in bad weather, no need to put up with dodging old grannies blocking the aisles or tattooed chavs and their screaming brats or queue for hours at the checkout.

      Once every 3 weeks for just £3 i get someone else to do my shopping for me and deliver it to my doorstep during a 2 hour time-slot of my choosing (from 7am till 10pm 7 days a week).

      The internet has brought a revolution in retailing.

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      • 15

        You sad little twat. Not for doing your shopping online but for 1. Thinking anyone here will actually give a fucking shit what you do, and 2. Thinking you are some kind of clever wanker who is the only person in the fucking world who does their shopping online. We all know the real reason is because you are on the special “register” as you were once caught knocking one out over the Thomas The Tank Engine DVDs in your local Asda, You dirty fucking n0nce.

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

          If you’ve just lost your job as a check-out girl you can always retrain to be a picker/packer or delivery driver.

          Even a chimpanzee can be retrained to do it :-)

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      • 17
        broderick crawford says:

        I is not yet a convert to online shopping coz i fear hacking of debit card

        but recent incident may cause step change :

        An elderly granny pushed her trolley into my lower spine by
        — allegedly — accident .

        When i politely outlined to her what she had done she replied
        ” I m excused all that now –i m old !!”

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        • 31
          Casual Observer 6 says:

          Card protection is fine – my concerns with buying food (and clothes) online is you never know if it is going to be abused in some way or be quite right.

          I prefer to do my food shopping in local market where the cost and quality is better than the supermarket. Just an opinion :-)

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      • 25
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

        If you’ve just lost your job as a check-out girl you can always retrain to be a picker/packer or delivery dr-iver.

        Even a chimpanzee can be retrained to do it :-)

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    • 21
      seriously? says:

      If you were going to get your kit off anywhere in ASDA then the fruit and veg section is definitely the place to be doing it. There’ll be no fucker around. Fruit and veg are as alien to ASDA shoppers as fois gras.

      Now, if you were in the frozen pizza or frozen ready-meal section you’d be so mobbed you wouldn’t have enough space able to get your wanker’s mac off.

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  2. 2
    Ah! him says:

    Milliband now calling for the Atlantic to be dredged.

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    • 13
      Never believe anything you find on Google (or anywhere else on-line) says:

      Is it correct that it was Environment Agency policy to reinstate Saxon age wetlands from the Isle of Athelney (where Alfred burned the cakes) to Thorney Island (on which Edward the Confessor built the monastery that grew into Westminster Abbey)? Hence the reason they halted dredging (and scrapped the equipment) because it would disturb the wild life?

      If so, the irony is that so many of the nature reserves on which they spent the money instead (after their management overheads) have been destroyed and the wildlife wiped out.

      I do hope that one of the “lessons learned” is that the Committee of Standards in Public Life should better vet those appointed for relevant experience and skills and also ensure that they do not take on more commitments than they have hours in the day, days in the week and months in the year to deliver.

      If so, I hope that those who have taken on more than they deliver (e.g totalling ten days a week or more) are sued for breach of contract and/or tried (under common law) for misprision in public office.

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    • 30
      Lew Grade says:

      Cheaper to raise the Titanic, surely ?

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  3. 3
    Cameron Is A CUNT says:

    CAMERON IS A CNUT – lessons to be learn’t – no fucvkface – there’s been enough time for that – NOW FUCK OFF AND RESIGN YOU SHIT

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    • 4
      David Cameron says:

      I take it you’re not a fan then?

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      • 10
        The dustbin of history says:

        That’s your problem Cameron. You are more worried about appliances for pushing wind about than people.

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    • 6
      Save democracy - shoot every one of the cunts says:

      In relation to Cameron, no lessons need to be learned.

      He’s a fat, lazy, useless wanker trying to play the part of Prime Minister.

      And failing.

      And before the CCHQ bumboys come on and say it – Miliband is a wanker too.

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      • 9
        Cost-of-Labour-crisis says:

        Please save us Mr Miliband.

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      • 18
        Jeremiah says:

        Dave is the best and most acceptable Tory in the leadership stakes to the average voter, just look at the alternatives, Gove, Gideon, Hague was found wanting. True he has lost his shine in the public eye can you really see any other alternatives that would be acceptable to the public, not just you lot? If you lot are going to make your move you left it too late for the EU elections 3 months to go, and very little time 15 months to next GE.

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        • 28
          Common Man says:

          Davies is your man.

          Cameron is a liar and damaged goods, his abject insincerity is obvious to everyone. Get rid of him.

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  4. 5
    Ah! true says:

    Jury sent home for second night.

    @davenoisome ‏@Davenoisome 32m
    Just heard ‘legal expert’ say #DLT jury taking their time could be a good or bad thing. We don’t pay these experts enough.

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  5. 7
    Sir Bernard Haagen-Daas says:

    Plebs.

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  6. 22
    Whiffler says:

    Meanwhile – I keep getting links on Guido to ‘Like Guido’s Facebook”

    Were I to be on Facebook, I would say “Fuck Off, you self-aggrandising Hunt”.

    As I’m not on FaceAche, I simply say “Why doesn’t that self-aggrandising Hunt simply fuck off”.

    Keep up the good work Guido, but stuff the Zion-centric Judeo-Guido.

    Here endeth the lesson.

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  7. 29
    Weather guru says:

    From now until Sunday the weather is going to be sh,ite. Then it will calm down, lulling us into a false sense of security until the following weekend when it will do it all over again.

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  8. 32
    Stan Baldwin says:

    The party hasn’t been the same since it left Smith Square.

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  9. 33
    Anonymous says:

    Open letter to Alex Salmond: Dear sir, If/when independent of London. Will you be setting up a website which lists all those websites being blocked by government? Presumably to protect the practice of democracy and perpetuate free speech.
    NB. Isn’t government of the majority by the will of an unmandated minority, demockracy?

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Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!


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