February 17th, 2014

Clegg: Cameron “Spineless”
DPM Claims PM Only Cares ‘How It Will Play’

Guido revealed what went on inside a tense recent meeting of LibDem MPs in yesterday’s Sun column. Clegg defended himself against allegations it had been “easy for him” in government, quipping “If I’d been a Tory it would have been easy.”

One crowd-pleasing line stood out: Clegg calling Cameron “spineless” and saying that while he used his Liberal values as guidance, the PM merely asks “how’s this going to play?”

Something that Tory backbenchers might find themselves in rare agreement with Clegg over.

Expect more public airing of dirty laundry as the Coalition’s divorce day draws nearer.


146 Comments

  1. 1
    Blooming Godfrey says:

    The LibDems – the whores of British politics! They’ll jump into bed with anyone.

  2. 2
    Hang him says:

    These overpaid wankers play their silly little games as the country goes to ruin.

  3. 3
    The Meissen Bison says:

    …he used his Liberal values as guidance

    says it all

  4. 4
    Peters Butt Plug says:

    Fist

  5. 5
    O` Winjones says:

    I`ll be along shortly, love.

  6. 6
    Steve Miliband says:

    Fuck off Clegg

  7. 7
    Libdump bints says:

    That’s what Rennard assumed. There’s a line even we draw.

  8. 8
    I dislike socialists intensely says:

    Neve ,never trust a Libdem. Treachery is in their DNA.

  9. 9
    Bill Quango MP/5 says:

    Cameron has a soft spot for his loser ally, Clegg.
    Despite his generals telling him that Liberals can’t be trusted, are very poor fighters and will just as likely switch swides as run away, Cameron still remembers the early days.

    In fact when the Liberals remove Clegg Cameron has Otto Skorzeny standing by to pluck the Libbby leader to safety.

  10. 10
    SNAFU says:

    At the end of the day you can blame the Tory party, they did vote in a LibDem as their leader. If they want a Tory leader of the party give Call Me Dave the push.

  11. 11
    Websters LibDem Dictionary says:

    Liberal values

    Seek legal advice urgently.

  12. 12
    Paniagua V5.1 says:

    Well to be fair we have to congratulate Clegg for wiping the lemons out. Anthrax couldn’t have done a better job.

  13. 13
    Reality Cheque says:

    The truth always hurts Dave. The tide went out and the naked were exposed. When the flood tours stop (and stop pointing) you will have to prepare for the Euro elections.

    You need to obtain Nigel`s dossier on what the people want. And stop arranged marriage, FGM and public concealed dress (ni`qabs and the like). Then measures to help our young compete with BTL and foreign buyers in Greater London. Most of us do not have the hand downs of cash of you and your wife.

  14. 14
    Skeleton Bob says:

    North Korea, eh? And the loony left call the Tories nasty.

  15. 15
    Raving Loon says:

    Clegg is not a liberal, he’s a socialist.

  16. 16
    Sir William Wayde says:

    Well, it takes one to spot one. Duplicitous humbugs, I mean.

  17. 17
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Well, he did warn us he was the Heir to Bl@ir – that’s one promise he has actually kept.

  18. 18
    The first Gay Marriage divorce says:

    Is their Marriage on the rocks?

  19. 19
    Bill Quango MP/5 says:

    I reckon 40 MPs after 2015.

    Lib Dem voters are the silliest and most tribal of all.

  20. 20
    David B says:

    Proof that coalition doesn’t work in this country.

  21. 21
    C.O.Jones says:

    It’s the BTL that are affecting the young. Foreign buyers tend to be the top end of the market.
    BTL are going to be hammered when interest rates eventually rise (which they will).

  22. 22
    Bill Quango MP/5 says:

    Did he ever really say that?
    Bit toxic if he did. On so many levels.

  23. 23
    Cast Iron Dave says:

    Nick and I are in a coagulation to the end.

  24. 24
    Sir William Wayde says:

    Not really, I think. Crap government is normal, because politics is the last resort for people who are energetic, outgoing and intelligent but have no actual talent for work of any kind. We survive and, apart from wars, none of the important changes are made by politicians.

  25. 25
    Handycœck says:

    Inshallah

  26. 26
    Genghiz the kahn says:

    Not chinless but spineless and clueless.

  27. 27
    Alex Salmond, formerly the cleverest man in politics says:

    Until I get my way, I will be deploying teams of drunken Scotsman in every carriage on every train leaving Euston and Kings Cross.

  28. 28
    Vince Cable says:

    My time is coming.

  29. 29
    Jimmy says:

    In his dreams.

    Once you accept that Spoonface has absolutely no political opinions whatsoever then everything makes sense.

  30. 30
    Morgan's Organ says:

    As much as it pains me to say it the Ghastly Clegg is on the money with that one.

  31. 31
    Nicola's Surgeon says:

    My hero.

  32. 32

    But he breached Hague’s compact, didn’t he?

  33. 33
    Bill Quango MP/5 says:

    Rennard mistook extreme gullibility for easy.

  34. 34

    I remember when there used to be five or so.

    A handful is just right for them.

  35. 35
    He was the future, once. says:

    By highlighting areas of agreement with the Prime Minister, he hopes to press his claim to be the true “heir of Blair” and to brand Gordon Brown, his likely opponent at the next election, as the roadblock to reform.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1504993/You-were-the-future-once.html

  36. 36
    Bill Quango MP/5 says:

    Alas, your time has already passed.

  37. 37
    Persona non grata says:

    And in Tory circles, Osborne and Gove (hopes dashed) refer to Blair sycophantically as, “The Master”.

  38. 38
    Dave says:

    What about the Russian arse bandits?

  39. 39
    Lard Renhard says:

    More than a handful is wasted.

  40. 40
    Grim Reaper says:

    See you soon you old bastard.

  41. 41
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Look, y’know, if I did use that phrase, I regret it. Or possibly not. It depends how it’s gonna play.

    Now, it’s time to move on. People think I’m a pretty straight kind guy.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/election/article-1272398/GENERAL-ELECTION-2010-David-Cameron-admits-heir-Blair-branding-mistake.html

  42. 42
    It is True. That is what Cameron Claimed..The Heir to Blair. Andrew Pierce says:

    So. Do I win an award? Or an apology? I ask only because it was yours truly who revealed (albeit when working for a different newspaper) that David Cameron’s intention was to be “the true heir to Blair”.

    The phrase was uttered not once, but twice, by Cameron at a private dinner in Blackpool. Not last month, or even last year, but at the October 2005 conference. Even before the jaws of his fellow diners hit the floor, George Osborne, his trusted friend and chief lieutenant, jumped in with both feet to declare: “We must not be ashamed to say it.”

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/personal-view/3640311/At-last-they-admit-my-heir-to-Blair-scoop.html

  43. 43
    Go for it Scotland says:

    Not a problem Alex, you get your friends to vote YES and you will make quite a few us nasty to Scots, Englishmen very happy, smash the shackles that locks you to England Alex, were with you, well until the illegal referendum vote, if it’s YES, do the bunk, if it’s NO, tossers, then we will call you ruffians.

  44. 44
    Fish says:

    The slimey twat Clegg…he who reneged on having votes of equal value, calls Cameron spineless?

    And now, with only about 5% of the vote aim to remain in perpetual government (this time with Marxistband). Another democratic outrage.

  45. 45
    Tony Blair says:

    Dave makes me look ‘Cast Iron’

  46. 46
    Vince's nappy says:

    Too late

  47. 47
    cornwall storms says:

    cleggie and the libdems will be a great asset to the tories if they decide to join labour for the 2015 election.

  48. 48
    Reality Cheque says:

    Feb. 17 (Bloomberg) –- When Ayo answered a knock at his door one evening last month, four Nigerian secret service officers barged in and found gay pornography on one of the phones and laptops he and six friends had in the apartment.

    The officers announced they were taking everyone to jail for being gay. Ayo, 27, and four of his friends gained their freedom by bribing the police the equivalent of $600. Two others had no cash and spent three nights in detention.

    Ayo, who’s gay, is sure they’ll be back. “I don’t want to be used as business for whenever police need money,” he said in the southern city of Ibadan, speaking on the condition that his full name wasn’t used for fear of further harassment. Oyo state police spokeswoman Olabisi Ilobanafor said no arrests had taken place.

    While gay sex has been illegal in Nigeria since before its independence from the U.K. in 1960, President Goodluck Jonathan signed a law last month that bans gay groups, imposes a 14-year jail sentence for same-sex couples who live together and 10 years for people who make a “public show of same-sex amorous relationships.”

    Homosexuality is a crime in 38 of 54 sub-Saharan Africa nations, according to Amnesty International. From Senegal, where a conviction for gay sex can mean five years in jail, to Sudan, where it can bring the death penalty, Africa’s gays are facing an unprecedented crackdown.

    ————-

    Can they all come here then please Mr Clogg?

  49. 49

    “Ukip’s supporters are coming across as nuts online. Last week I took the mickey out of the semi-literate “LibLabCon”, VOTE UKIP commenters that infest our threads and, boy, did it go down badly.”

    [damian thompson, bellylaugh]

  50. 50
    Táxpáyér says:

    Is Gaian-Priest Lord Stern Dodgy?

    http://www.information.dk/487918

  51. 51
    Bill Quango MP/5 says:

    That’s pretty clear then.
    Man’s a fool.

  52. 52
    Guido says:

    oy vey, think of the circumcised bankers!

  53. 53
    Táxpáyér says:

    >They’ll jump into bed with anyone.
    and then shit on you.

  54. 54
    Bill Quango MP/5 says:

    Have we some mugs we can send him?

  55. 55
    Windi Donged says:

    very erect, Toni.

  56. 56
    Wait - what! says:

    I agree with Nick.

  57. 57
    The way of the world says:

    I think he just drank too much, forgot what he had promised to whom, and didn’t now what to do when he ended up facing a posse of disappointed women all comparing notes…

  58. 58
    Táxpáyér says:

    10 Lefty Lies About The Floods Which Have Devastated Britain

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/02/16/Lefty-Lies-UK-Floods

    Delingpole leaves Telegraph for Breitbart.

  59. 59
    The Bellend in Number 10 says:

    I have a dream. The population of the UK will be 75 million plus. The country side will be concreted over with tower blocks and any open space left will be given over to windfarms. Overseas aid will be 10% of GDP. Immigrants will outnumber the native population 2 to 1 and Sharia Law will be the basis of the justice system. It will be obligatory to teach children that gay sex is the norm and the BBC licence fee will be doubled every year. If you share this vision of our future Vote Dave in 2015.

  60. 60
    Ohthisbloodypc says:

    This really is the Last of the Summer Whine for Clegg.

    I can’t wait for the hilarious climactic scene, where he careers down hill in some implausible vehicle and plunges comically into an old disused Mil(iband)

  61. 61
    Táxpáyér says:

    Government doesn’t work in this country either.

    Let’s make it smaller so it’s a less costly fail.

  62. 62
    Leftard says:

    Hmmm, black people being homophobic.

    I really should condemn this, but wouldn’t that be racist?

  63. 63
    A pensioner without a pension. says:

    It is a weird place the Telegraph comment pages.
    Makes even CIF look normal.

  64. 64
    FFS says:

    Well Hague shouldn’t have bent over like that in the first place.

  65. 65

    USA is winning back manufacturing from China due to its cheap fuel and abundant gas supplies. They call it the energy revolution there.

    We have abundant gas supplies but have been slow off the mark to develop them.

    If we left it to the lefties, we would get steadily poorer as they spend more money but impede any efforts to develop income.

    The Greens are revolting.

  66. 66
    Lefty Supporters says:

    What do we want? errrrrr

    When do we want it? Umm

  67. 67
    Táxpáyér says:

    Lab is the extra-stupid party. I suppose it’s not fair to lump them in with the merely dumb Lib and Cons.

  68. 68
    Woman with massive boobs bigger than her head says:

    Yeah, like you’d say “no” to these beauties….

  69. 69
    Windi Donged says:

    My Toni, he big man. Good time to come….back to lead UK, need new war now. He then hero again and good arse in army fatigues…hhmmmm.

  70. 70
    Táxpáyér says:

    only 2.5% of the land area is residential or business use.

    Nothing stopping houses being built except NIMBYism.

    Nothing against the other points.

  71. 71
    ANON says:

    Interesting story here:

    Herald’s ‘senior coalition source’ may have been LABOUR peer

    http://forargyll.com/2014/02/heralds-senior-coalition-source-may-have-been-labour-peer/

    [quote]Posted on February 17, 2014 by newsroom

    The SNP media team has named Baroness Jay as the person who may be the unnamed source featured in The Herald’s front page splash story of 13th February, inadvertently betraying the possibility of a frightfully dishonest attempt by The Herald to offer an concocted escape clause to the Scottish Government in the aftermath of the currency union debacle.

    …………….[/quote]

  72. 72

    Politics is the Art of the Possible. Understanding this prevents you from, for instance, promising free university tuition when there’s No Money Left. The Art of The Possible also includes cuddling LibDems close to remain in power after totally fucking up a slam-dunk election. The execrable Dave understands this. As such, he is the least offensive and most rational of the three turds in the cess pit.

  73. 73
    eh? says:

    Energetic,outgoing and intelligent?
    I’d say most are lazy,socially challenged and extremely thick.

  74. 74
  75. 75
    James Pinner says:

    Very clever dig by Alistair Darling, who calls Alec Salmond “a man without a plan” where Scotland’s currency is concerned.

    The reference goes to the famous palindrome, “A Man, A Plan, A Canal – Panama!”

    OK, have you all got it yet?

    Just in case anyone hasn’t…Panama played an important role in Scottish history. That’s where in the 1690s Scottish bigwigs set up a colony called Caledonia – on the Gulf of Darien on the isthmus of Panama – in an effort to make Scotland an international trading presence and make themselves loads of moolah in the process. Unfortunately for them, all they knew was ‘we want a colony’ and ‘we want to what the English do’. They didn’t know much else. After a few years, the idea collapsed, leaving them with enormous financial problems. In 1700, the Scottish landowning nobility abandoned ‘Caledonia’ altogether, and, begging bowl in hand, rushed gratefully towards Union with England, which they signed 7 years later.

  76. 76
    Jimmy says:

    If you want to argue for the intellectual superiority of the right, this is probably not the best place to choose now is it?

  77. 77
    Granny says:

    Foolish is as foolish does

  78. 78
    My old history teacher says:

    Clots

  79. 79
    Cast Iron Dave says:

    I agree with the DPM (Damp Proof Membrane)

  80. 80
    WoRaft Chihuahua says:

    Yes, but the Lib Dem voters don’t want to go.

  81. 81
    Your ruling class says:

    I think you will find that there are people, very powerful people, who own most of the land you are refering to. We don’t want it built on.

  82. 82
    A Northerner says:

    Piss off back to jockland, and stop straying South of the border to inseminate our livestock.

  83. 83
    Derek from Berwick says:

    You forgot about your 100Bn trainset that nobody wants

  84. 84
    Rip Van Winkle says:

    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

  85. 85
    Bern Hokey-Cokey says:

    $600?

    Bit low, we would think.

  86. 86
    Derek from Berwick says:

    … or off the edge of Beachy Head.

  87. 87
    Derek from Berwick says:

    So are the swedes and the turnips.

  88. 88
    M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

    What’s new?

  89. 89
    Col. Stok says:

    Exactly so. BTL is weird business development that only the Brits would allow to run riot in a market that is already fixed and supply not allowed to meet the demand. That demand is then artificially over stimulated further by letting at least 1.5 million new immigrants (most who will have or want families within a few years of getting here). I’m not advocating what Lenin did (simply nationalised all property and shot the landlords) but you really need to try and divorce having some where decent to live from being speculation for vast profit.
    I’m more a NEP man myself.

  90. 90
    Derek from Berwick says:

    Most of them knew nothing about the climate and died of malaria. Was it their successors who got to the south Pacific island now named New Caledonia? Much more healthy place to set up shop.

  91. 91
    Speaker Sid says:

    Cams also said it at the Despatch Box

  92. 92
    Dhimmi Dave says:

    Yeah Nick, he’s just like a slimy PR man…….errrrr………..hang on a minute!!

  93. 93

    Salmond has reiterated that Scots will not pay their way if they cannot share the pound.

    The English have known for centuries that the Scots don’t pay there way – no news there – for us.

    However, I hope the international mаrkets are all listening carefully. Junk bond status for Scottish paper if push comes to shove. Because if they don’t pay the present debts (a large amount of which expenditure has gone to them), why can they be expected to pay any new ones?

  94. 94
    NIMBY says:

    I hope they don’t build on it,I’m sorry to all the young folk who are getting priced out of the housing market etc but that is as a result of unlimited immigration and manufactured property booms not Nimbyism.
    Grey haired middle England country dwellers make good targets for the metro sexuals to have a go at so as to distract you from the real causes.

  95. 95
    The Critic says:

    Delicious irony – Clegg complaining about the dubious moral judgements of others. When will you be returning the proceeds of crime donated to the party Nick? I forgot -your defence for not doing so was ‘we spent it’ FFS……..

  96. 96
    Ken Clarke says:

    What a tosser.

  97. 97
    frank says:

    That expensive Caldicot School education prepared little Cleggy well for his job.
    No pain or humiliation seems able to degrade him anymore.

  98. 98
    British Bacon Co says:

    And the Danes.

  99. 99
    Camoron the mouse that hicups says:

    Cameron the big coward will do what he’s always does, another big U turn, the Conservatives have lost Scotland, they would be better off if the let it go it’s own way, just say bye bye.

  100. 100
    The BBC supports "responsible capitalism" says:

    All this argie-bargie about whether an independent Scotland can join a currency union and whether they would have to re-apply for EU membership as far as I am concerned let the Scots vote for independence and then perhaps they’ll find out that Salmond and the SNP were just feeding them bullshit all along …mmm hang on so has Dave come to think of it with the rest of us…Cameron is the consumate PR Man all presentation but when you drill down into the promised pot of gold all you discover is a crock of shit…

  101. 101

    There should be an election on 31st March 2014. I haven’t looked up the day for it does not matter a f*** which it is if not a Thursday.

    This will give:-
    UKIP time enough to campaign, while not giving time enough for the LiBLabCoNazis to smear all the UKIP candidates for any possible previous statements of fact about the other three (which is to say: Nazi) parties, or for statements of truth about “modern popular culture and habits”.

    It also will give the Police time to pre-arrest and remand into custody all “Labour supporters and canvassers”. This means that no “postal votes” will be cast at all anywhere. As a result, “Labour” will lose all its deposits in “cities” (whether vibrant or otherwise) with large “diverse” populations, which is to say: most of them.

    There will be a straight fight between the Tories, who try to smear UKIP as old white fascist golf-playing xenophobe blazer-wearing right-wing swivel-eyed homophobic loons, and UKIP who are trying to tell the truth about the other three main Nazi parties which are in government right now. UKIP would probably have to raid the Nazis’ bins in the night, so as to get “Levesons” to wave at them, like Maria Miller did to someone or other.

    I expect fullly that most LibDemNazi voters will side with the Tories – the party that they see as less-un-Nazi than UKIP. There won’t be any point in voting Labour, as ideally the Police will have “put certain impediments in the way of their candidates standing”.

    You see, this is the entire point of democracy: it means in fact “the orderly appointment and dismissal of governments”.

    All that is needed is the “right mechanisms in place” to ensure that the correct government is always appointed.

  102. 102
    Chuckabrick says:

    I say this with a heavy heart because Clegg is an odious treacherous slimeball, but Cameron is indeed a man of no substance.

  103. 103
    Horny Jock says:

    We only do sheep…………

  104. 104
    James Pinner says:

    Agreed. Printing a scotto currency would be the same as borrowing anyway – except that, as you say, the scotto would soon get junk bond status (within a matter of days), because nobody would want it.

    What Salmond is saying is he wants England to be the lender of last resort to Scotland. Fuck that! Let ‘em run their own country!

    The only funny thing is that nobody in Scotland seems to know what “independence” means. No it doesn’t mean running 15% of the British Army. No it doesn’t mean getting “Scotland” printed on passports “when they get renewed”, as one SNP politician put it. No it doesn’t mean being like Jersey. Someone ought to drop some supplies of “clue” north of the border.

    I hope people in Scotland realise that Salmond hasn’t promised to run a Scottish version of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. In other words, go independent and then as soon as RBS, HBOS or those Aussie crooks at Clydesdale go bust, people will be lucky to end up with £85, let alone £85K. Still, look on the bright side, someone will have made a fortune.

  105. 105
    SIZE 13 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

    Anybody with any money at all in a Scottish bank should without delay transfer their accounts to England while they still can , if there is a vote for independence without a definite policy they might wake up after independence and find that their assets have been either converted to Euros or all the banks closed while Salmond ‘s gang hastily cobble up some new Scottish currency .

  106. 106
    Mark Oaten says:

    I joined for that very reason.

  107. 107
    Jack the Ripper says:

    Cameron does have a spine – it’s just that he spells it without the ‘e.’

  108. 108
  109. 109
    Adman says:

    So much so that he’s not even aware how shallow he is, seemingly. Not a statesman by any measure.

  110. 110
    FFS says:

    Given the gay plague is absolutely rife in Africa, who can blame them?

  111. 111
    FFS says:

    Jimmy wasting his time trolling this blog with another glib comment.

    He’ll be back later, exercising his narcissistic tendencies by looking to see if we’ve paid him any attention. Turns him on.

    He still won’t have anything really worthwhile to say. Just more flippant remarks.

  112. 112
    FFS says:

    Oh, come on you’d love us to build on it. You use the NIMBYs to push the price up.

    I love the way that the local council grants the planning permission, so it’s their piece of paper, but you landowners benefit from the uplift in value despite not having done anything. Now that’s the kind of capitalism we can all do without. It’s a bit too much like coming up on the lottery for you guys.

  113. 113
    FFS says:

    True. They should send the jungle bunnies home and make a lot more room for the rest of us. Good for the UK environment.

    Mind you, I expect Millibland will screw up the economy so badly he will cause a run on the pound like in the 1970s and we won’t be able to afford to import our food, causing 40% of the population to starve. Jungle bunnies will probably leave of their own accord then.

  114. 114
    FFS says:

    Probably got more to do with the fact that I’m paying 80% more for labour in China than three years ago. Chinese manufacturing has now absorbed all the latent capacity so the workforce is pushing up its prices. Game over. It’s now cheaper to use machines rather than little Chinese ladies.

  115. 115
    Sick to death of immigrants says:

    Instead of tearing up our countryside to house immigrants we didn’t invite, don’t need and don’t want, how about controlling our borders?

    The liblabcon refuse to carry out even the most basic functions of government, namely controlling our borders.

  116. 116
    Nick Clegg is a lying, spineless c*nt says:

    Nick Clegg calls someone ‘spineless’??? F*ck me!!! Is Alec salmons going to accuse Gordon Brown of being Scottish next?

  117. 117
    FFS says:

    It is quite extraordinary the nonsense coming out of M. Salmond’s mouth these days.

    He really does seem to think independence is like divorcing your wife but still insisting on having sex with her once a week. He’s living in some kind of bizarre fictional universe.

    If anything, his bizarre attitude to independence is calling into question the very basis of devolution, let alone independence. Why should Scotland be free to make bad decisions on its own when the bail out money will always come from England?

  118. 118
    Sam Cam says:

    Spineless? I wouldn’t rate him that highly.

  119. 119
    FFS says:

    I think Herr Alexander Salmond is in no position to question the Scottishness of others….

  120. 120
    (Rarely) Dangerous Brian says:

    Surely now to be referred to as the Sally B’s of British politics.

  121. 121
    neitherdeadnoralive says:

    How novel; a jellyfish calling another invertebrate “spineless”……..

  122. 122
    Jeremiah says:

    “Dave makes me look ‘Cast Iron” that looks doubtful and from a “C” grade Shakespearian actor at that.

  123. 123
    Jeremiah says:

    OK Sam, jelly like?

  124. 124
    Sir Mary Flappes says:

    Clegg has TWICE featured on the cover of ‘Mollusc Monthly’.

  125. 125
    neitherdeadnoralive says:

    But what of the Ragheads and Spring Links ? We can’t send them home, they own most of the UK !

  126. 126
    Jeremiah says:

    No, it is presenting the impossible as totally viable and worth doing, or creating a lot of smoke and the judicious use of mirrors no one knows what is the truth so that you present them as the true facts and worth doing.

  127. 127
    Jeremiah says:

    So Hague carries a compact with him does he?

  128. 128
    (Rarely) Dangerous Brian says:

    Just read this, why isn’t it being touted from the roof tops?
    For F’s sake lets get these loonies out now and just be a country again, whether it be UK, GB (not team though) or just England & Wales (someones got to look after the poor b*ggers).

  129. 129
    RSPCA-funded says:

    The most important issue of the Tory agenda is marriages for Gay-dogs.
    As an animal defender its reassuring to know Cameron is with us.

  130. 130
    Tim Yeo-Yo says:

    Yes, he is a particularly thick and useless cnut.

  131. 131
    MandyPickleSniffer says:

    Why does anyone give Clegg any respect at all? All these fawning newspaper articles about how great he is…I just don’t get it. To me he seems like a completely traitorous back-stabber who, when it suits him, cosies up to the Tories and now seems to be snuggling up with Labour. Lib-Dems are just a bunch of whores. They know they don’t stand a chance of ever ruling in their own right, and the only way they can be in power is due to electoral maths and the inevitability of coalition government. Once in power, all they do is block things they don’t like, and put forward barmy ideas that no-one cares about…or economically illiterate ideas like the Mansion Tax. What a bunch of completley retarded fuckwits! For the first time ever I actually have a small amount of respect for Milliband for telling Clegg to fuck off.

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

    A machine can make the computer chips and wave solder the circuit boards but you still need a human being to assemble the parts to make say a flat screen monitor or laptop etc.

    Although i agree that jobs are more secure in a largely service sector economy like ours than in a largely manufacturing economy like China, as service/retail sector jobs are harder/impossible to outsource. (i.e. you can’t have your car fixed in China or get your shopping done in China etc.)

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    ron Vibbentrop says:

    The Gay Marriage is annulled not having been consumated as it is illegal to perform acts of buggery with your wife. Don’t ask me who put what up whom, but it was certainly bottoms up in the dorm at Eton.

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    Nigelsauntie says:

    Not anyone – EVERYONE !

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    Nigelsauntie says:

    Wot if she agrees?

  136. 136
    Nigelsauntie says:

    What are you talking about? Nothing wrong with Nigel. He’s not a fascist – he’s a gentleman. A pint of beer, a fag and, what’s that other fing?

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    Táxpáyér says:

    Why? You’re a perfect example.

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    inside out says:

    Our leader” call me Dave” believes the looney left lies.He has already said in the past week whilst on his flood tour, that global warming is the cause of the flooding.These loons are everywhere from Royalty to Tories and of course the Looney Left.We are doomed,look forward to more”eco-green measures” and higher taxes to pay for them,during the coming year.You know its true.

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    inside out says:

    The only good thing about a yes result would be a country in Europe free from the EU.

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    Four-eyed English Genius says:

    While Calamity Clegg might be correct about Wavy Davy being spineless, it is a bit rich calling him anyone spineless, when he makes Millipede look like Rambo!

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    John Bellingham says:

    They also got totally duffed up by the Spanish who ignored their wails that they were “Not English”. History may repeat itself.

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    Keep the Faith says:

    Clegg on Cameron? Is this any surprise that Cameron the master spinmeister wonders who policies, quotes, hirings, firings, fartings etc etc, are going to play? His entire life is one PR campaign after another, he knows no other way and not for nothing does he regard himself as the heir to Blair. I’ve said this many times: Cameron is NOT a politician; he is certainly not a Tory. He simply wanted to be PM because given his background, given who his in-laws are – it was the natural thing for him to aspire to. And the Tory Party after one half good speech without notes, rolled over, waved its legs in the air, and annointed him. Even after the most loathed and despised PM in history, and his heir (Brown) who comes a close second – Cameron still could not win a Tory victory outright. People simply do not trust him to not sell us down the river. His political judgements are terrible as are his hirings. Only a complete fool would have hired Coulson; only someone desperate about his own image would have made a pal of the wicked witch from News Int, even if she was married to his mate from Eton. Cameron is playing to lose the next election – nobody with a desire to win could possibly make so many awful and elementary mistakes. Will he care if he loses? Nah. He would smoothly move on to the next great thing that is his destiny. The Tories simply do not understand how despised they are all over the country. People are really angry and every day Cameron manages to supply one more nail in the Tory party’s electoral coffin.

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    MandyPickleSniffer says:

    Yes, I suppose that’s why the vast majority of the country voted Tory, and if it hadn’t been for the benefit scrounges up in Scotland and a few other northern gobshite areas, the Tories would have had a massive landslide victory! You absolute pillock, you have no idea how much damage the useless & criminally-incompetent Labour idiots inflicted on this country. Disgusted by your ignorance

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    Trev says:

    Why should anyone believe Clegg when he is desperately defending himself against hois enemies in his own party? oh yes Guido in search of a headline.

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    Keep the Faith says:

    Calm down Mandy……I am in complete agreement with you. It is not that a majority of people voted Tory – NOT ENOUGH of them voted Tory. Going into a coalition has been a disaster – there should have been much tougher cuts in the welfare budget early on when the country was in the mood to stomach quite Draconian action by a strong government with a clear mandate. The Lib Dems frustrated all of this and in consequence the deficit takes longer to clear and the national debt will double from £750 billion in 2010 to £1.5 TRILLION in 2015. The consequence of all this is that not having a Tory government – a proper Tory government – means we are saddled with the appearance of a Tory government still not having solved the problems, with all the attenuated difficulties of managing an economy that is still in difficulty. As for my ignorance…..try looking in the mirror.


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