February 19th, 2014

Dave Makes a Mug of Himself

As if the mirrors in the toilets at the new CCHQ carrying the cringeworthy slogan You’re looking at the face of change were not bad enough, the PM has revealed another painful Tory motivational tactic:

Please, no more.


  1. 1
    Equality says:

    David Cameron, putting the tea into teabagging…..

    • 14
      Western Democracy? says:

      Unelected EU president declares war on elected Ukraine president. How come?

    • 15
      Casual Observer 7 says:

      This is the one picture I have seen on Twitter so far that has nearly caused composure to be lost.

      No wonder the Tories are fucked for 2015.

      Vote UKIP.

      • 58
        non taxable pikey says:

        Pass the bucket.

        • 111
          Anonymous says:

          “Putting the tea into team 2015″
          “A referendum in 2017″
          “The voters deserve a referendum”
          “I would vote to stay in the EU”
          “The referendum bill has been talked out of time by the HOL”
          “I want to renegotiate the balance of powers with the EU and put that to the country”
          “The UK has no chance of renegotiating any of the EU treaties, they are fundamental”

          There is a serious trust issue with Cast Iron.
          And this isn’t simply a party political thing, right across the LibLabCon voter spectrum he is simply not trusted by people.

          And is it any surprise when he constantly lies.

          The Tories and Cast Iron have a real issue connecting with voters at the best of times, but when they are fronted by a knackered PM with grey hair who is a toff, uninterested and completly removed from ordinary people who is proud he loafs around playing angry birds whilst hard working families are flooded our of their homes, and he is a blatant liar as well….
          You’d have to agree, the Tories could fail to win a GE for the next 15 or 20 years with a dream team like that…

          Cast Iron is simply a toff legacy to many that the Conservatives cannot afford to indulge any longer – he has to go.

          • jgm2 says:

            Cameron has one redeeming quality. He’s not Gordon Brown. And, politically, he has another ace up his sleeve.

            He’ll be up against Ed Miliband and Ed Balls in 2015.

          • Roger Dewhurst says:

            Dimwit Dave, spine of a slug and the guts of an undersized herring.

          • Arbeit Macht Frei says:

            Cameron has kosher blood…does that help?

      • 164
        Anonymous says:

        We’re all be fucked and Ukip will be dead and buried.

        • 189
          Observation says:

          You’re thinking of the LD (Lost Deposit) Party surely?

        • 249
          Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

          Unless you’re a trougher, an EU obsessive or a new arrival, the whole country is slowly being wound down to non existence against the wishes of the majority.
          A Conservative vote is a wasted vote.

      • 397
        NE Frontiersman says:

        It looks like a cry for help; whenever a picture catches Cameron at all off-guard, he seems haunted, with a ‘How the hell do I get out this place?’ expression.
        I’m no fan of his, but it seems a more sane and human reaction than the delusional vanity that seems to afflict other incumbents.

    • 19
      fruitcake says:

      Would you buy a used tea mug from this man?

    • 24
      Dennis MacShane says:

      I’m putting the Tea in “tea-leaf”

    • 37
      Four-eyed English Genius says:

      As he went to Eton, he is probably more used to debagging!

    • 59
      nellnewman says:

      ITV announce a remake of ‘The Munsters

    • 60
      M says:

      Just a little off topic , but why labour shadow cabinet ministers looking like peadaphiles , in the evidence now publicly available .
      Allegedly ?

    • 61
      Twampersand says:

      Putting the ‘t’ into ‘twat’ since year dot.

      Wouldn’t it be funny if someone punched him right in the kite?

    • 73
      Jeremiah says:

      Dave’s given up on the Euros then?

    • 198
      Miruim Clegg says:

      Baroness (Joke) Ashtray to retire from her non job as high commissioner for tossing off to a salary cheque. Nick Clegg to replace her, oh well wankers beget wankers.

      • 432
        Sir Mary Flappes says:

        I hear she fell at the 3rd in the 3:30 at Doncaster. Probably kinder to call in the knacker man than pay a fortune for livery.

    • 204
      Strangle & Asphyxiate says:

      Austeritea isn’t working

    • 458
      Cameron's the name, Treason's the Game says:

      I got me a feeling for some daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarjeeling!

  2. 2
    Steve Miliband says:

    Putting the Tea into tedious

  3. 3
    average joanna says:

    Putting the T into Twat.

  4. 4
    M102 says:

    Putting the U into C*nt more like.

  5. 5
    Jimmy says:

    I get it, you don’t like your new office. Why are you complaining to us?

  6. 6
    Mitch says:

    Anyone F’coffee?

  7. 7
    maggie the dog says:

    What a TTTwat

  8. 8
    Ellie-Mae (9) says:

    CCHQ desperately needs a visit from the “vacuum of space” and get all the poop out

  9. 10
    Rab Everyone says:

    Youse looking at a faceful of heid.

  10. 11
    Alf says:

    “TWO MUGS”

    • 207
      George Galloway says:

      Just been watching the winter Olympics, what a fabulous games.
      The venue cost £31 billion, all taxpayers money.
      The athletes are supported by taxpayers money, government or corporate sponsors.
      The only people who pay to watch the games are taxpayers.
      Weird or what.

  11. 12
    John Bull (British Bulldog) says:

    How will a novelty mug save the Union?

    210 days to go. Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock.

    Our foes are licking their lips in anticipation of the End of Britain. They are already on manoeuvres, sensing weakness.

    Time for British patriots to rally in this Year of Destiny for our nation.

    • 16
      Mitch says:

      Do you mean Scotchland? We’ve already decided that they can eff off. It’ll be their funeral.

    • 21
      FFS says:

      Yeah, they are going to go along with that idiot Salmond.

      Turns out Salmond was a good politician but a dreadful leader.

    • 25
      jgm says:

      I think Alex got a fucking monumental spanking last week.

      And from Osborne of all people.

      His whining since has been a joy to behold.

      Before he was hailed as a master politician able to turn any situation to his advantage.

      Now he just sounds like a whiny kid.

      • 34
        FFS says:

        This is just the beginning of the exposure of his ill-thought-out plans. Is Scotland going to have its own embassy in every country because they can’t use ours anymore?

        • 425
          My Excellency Carlton-Browne says:

          Yup, and half the incumbents at the FCO are from over the border too. So they can all effoff back home. Such a move will do wonders for the English employment figures as we will have to replace all those that get kicked out. Och aye the noo !!

      • 39
        Casual Observer 7 says:

        Osborne is a pretty ruthless and effective operator.

        Political master stroke kicking Alex into touch without looking like he was questioning the independence question – which he was not.

        The real genius is that the smarter Scot’s will look at that and realize there are far more sophisticated fish in the wider pool, and perhaps question more seriously the crock of shit that Alex has been selling them.

        Independence question is perfectly fine – but they have not really had explained what that means in practice.

        • 51

          Salmond does not possess the redeeming feature of a crock.

          • Ludvig says:

            Question on Scottish referendum ballot paper:

            Do you want to give Alex Salmond a huge pay rise? Yes / No

          • You are quite right but it is nice to turn the screw. So I would amend to:

            Do you want to make a financial contribution towards giving Alex Salmond a huge pay rise? Yes / No

          • Anonymous says:

            If Salmond wins, Scotland are no longer in the EU.

            Are people sure were not missing a trick here…

            Maybe thats been Salmonds plan all along…

          • FFS says:

            If it had been the plan it might have had some credibility. But strangely Salmond wanted to be independent of the English and totally subjugated by the Germans.

            Why that was ever a credible plan I have never fully understood….

          • White rabbit says:

            Salmond plans a mutually beneficial trading organisation between Scotland, Haiti, Iceland and Togo. I think it’s got the whiff of failure myself.

          • It fits. In the 18th Century Scotland wanted to be in dependent of England but totally subjugated by the French.

          • Geraldo says:

            >If Salmond wins, Scotland are no longer in the EU.

            Will the other countries of the UK still be in it either? The entity that joined will have disappeared.

            Could be an interesting thought experiment for lawyers specialising in such matters; maybe even be a route into Brexit.

            Supremely ironic if Scotland’s “independence” becomes (a) its servitude to the European Commission and (b) the ticket for the rest of us to break free and resume control of our affairs.

          • Faulty argument, I suspect. The United Kingdom consists of four nations: England, Wales, Northern Ireland (successor in the quartet to Ireland) and Scotland.

            If Scotland leaves, it constitutes less than 10% of the population and still leaves a United Kingdom of three nations.

          • Can you do anything about it? says:

            It is interesting how so many go on about wanting this that or the next thing and no power to make it happen.

            I could not vote the obarmahshire out, so there was little point in getting all het up about it. I can at least vote againt the SNcommiePs, so I have an opinion that I can exercise.

            And hopefully vote the yourope arse-lickers out of office next year.

          • My Excellency Carlton-Browne says:

            So, if Scotland leave they are no longer in the EU.

            But how about turning that round by saying if the rest of us leave Scotland then we are out and Scotland remains in (as appears to be their wish).

            Sauce for the goose etc??

  12. 22
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Putting the c#nt in Sc#nthorpe.

  13. 26
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Graffito seen in the gents, above the urinals:
    “Your family’s future is in your hands.”

  14. 27
    Anonymous says:


  15. 28
    Podiceps says:

    Putting the Ouch into Lapsang Souchong.

  16. 29
    Anonymous says:

    Putting the cup in fuckup

  17. 30
    Gok Wan says:

    He looks like Willie Whitelaw on the botox.

  18. 32
    This is where Cameron has taken the Tories... says:

    How much further down can the elevator go ?

    • 43
      jgm says:

      She looks quite cute from that angle.

    • 44
      They talk the language of violence becase that is what they intend says:

      More violent language by the tuppenny demigogue..

      • 113
        UKIP or bust says:

        She’s got some front putting Orwell on her blog.

        Oi, red mort, what do you think Ing Soc, the party of Big Brother, stands for in Orwell’s 1984?

        Here’s a clue: English & Socialism.

        • 402
          FFS says:

          He was referring to the Fabians, or the philosophy behind the Fabians as spread world-wide.

          • Anonymous says:

            No! He was referring to Socialism, plain and simple.

          • FFS says:

            Nope. It was specifically the Fabian Society.

            They don’t like this being pointed out but the reason Orwell chose “1984″ as the year for the title is it is exactly 100 years after the creation of the Fabian Society.

            Now your teachers at school never mentioned that connection did they?

    • 203
      Woof says:

      Which ones the dog?

  19. 33

    No hay caminos a tomar el té – el té es la forma – Inglaterra despierta.

  20. 38
    Heil Cameron says:

    Iain Duncan Smith is standing for pope next year – he thinks the present infallible one is too soft on the poor. The Wonga board will pick up the tab, I’m sure.

  21. 42
    P l e b says:

    Bring back Spitting Image. PLEASE!

    • 178
      We KNOW liblabcon are liars.. we can hope UKIP less so. says:

      Agreed, except the voices are all done by lefty “comedians”
      And they are all too busy on
      WOULD I LIE TO YOU? (Are your lips moving?)

      And let’s face it they’d have so much more material drawing on liebour for their inspiration. ..They just couldn’t do it.

  22. 45
    Ex Tory voter says:

    Dozens of highly paid spinners, PR men and media advisors

    And this adolescent shyt is all they can come up with

    Do they just spend their time mutuaaly maturbating?

    And to think Dave is so gormless that he gets photographed grinning like a spoon faced k u n t

    It takes any real Tory despair

  23. 46
    Well Done Chuka. You are wasted as an MP says:
    • 50
      Labour voter says:

      Just serving his constituents.

      • 82
        Mike Handsoncock says:

        Hey! That’s my defence!

        • 85
          The British media are cunts says:

          Handycock was servicing them, not serving them :)

        • 353
          Jim says:

          Awww that’s nice; He’s a man of the people.

          He’s not a posh millionaire, he cares about the little things like the little people do

          These peoples’ strategies are so transparent as to be vomit inducing

    • 65
      BT economics 101 says:

      Good. Now they’ve got you reconnected you can change provider.

      In my latest dealings with BT it has become quite apparent that they’ve decided that the money is in BT Outreach fixing cable breaks for PlusNet, Virgin, etc etc rather than in BT actually providing any internet/phone service themselves.

      So, for example, if a tree falls down and breaks their cable then they’re quite happy to have BT Outreach take three weeks applying for council permission to install temporary lights so their engineers can make the repair ‘safely’ (a repair that when BT wasn’t split into separate divisions would be fixed in five minutes by a bloke with a ladder) because they’ll do a paper exercise of writing off that ‘repair’ against the profits from their BT Broadband. But, more importantly, they get to bill all the other service providers on that broken cable for the cost of the repair too.

      BT now has zero incentive to fix their lines. Quite the opposite. The more breaks they have the more they can charge Virgin, PlusNet etc for their repair.

      • 100
        Sir William Wayde says:

        Which do you think has the most nauseating TV ad – BT, Plusnet or Virgin?

        • 119
          UKIP or bust says:

          The Wonnga one, or the one with what looks like anthropomorphic rats, don’t know what it’s for.

          • White rabbit says:

            I don’t think this counts as an advert as it’s a promo on BBC radio 4 and 5 live, but that Winter Olympics dirge by Charles Dance takes the fucking biscuit. I hope he was well paid. Spirit of Agincourt summoned up for curling. Yeah right.

        • 137
          Anonymous says:

          the most nauseating TV ad …

          got to be the Conservative Party broadcasts

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

            For me it’s the one asking for 3squid a month for ten year olds overseas to stop the forced weddings/abortions etc….

            Flock that sh1t
            How about fighting the arranged marriages/grooming/FGM here first,

            C ▼^ts!

      • 174
        RomaBob.... Beeeeg Issue! says:

        BT and PlusNet are the same company!

    • 248
      81lly Kebæb says:

      This sort of stuff is my job on here. Get your own blog site.

  24. 47
    Richard V says:

    I think an empty cardboard box should be PM… at least until it next rains…

  25. 48
    Bomber Command says:

    I think Dave should just be dropped in the sea off Gibraltar

  26. 54
    nellnewman says:

    No PMQs today? Did Bercow bottle it?

    • 72
      Slack Sally says:

      They are on holiday at the moment – means I can’t go out on the lash.

      • 219
        The British media are cunts says:

        Bercow should alert all back men to stay at home if slapper Sally is on the game.

        • 228
          Bazza O'Bomma says:

          Should that be black men or are you saying that the pride of the Westminster alley likes it up the arse

  27. 56
    Sir Mary Flappes says:

    His little perforations let the favours flood out.

  28. 57
    cornwall storms says:

    well at least he’s only made a silly of himself.

    Today has been good as we watched kinnockio junior making a hypocrite of himself over his daughter’s private education and bliar being well… bliar offering his services to the red haired one and the murdochs over hacking.

    Ho Hum!! Tell me again what is it that labour stands for?

    • 79
      nellnewman says:

      Do you really thing Bliar is one penny poorer tonight>

      As he famously said – am I bothered?

      • 86
        cornwall storms says:

        well nice to see someone has adopted my old moniker – I thought after a few years as nellnewman I tried a new image. Enjoy!

        As for bliar – I rather think his saintly image is beginning to fray around the edges – I suspect history will not be kind to poor ole tone.

  29. 62
    Sir Mary Flappes says:


  30. 63
    Derron Brown- Cleaning out the bogs in Prison. says:


  31. 66
    Ludvig says:

    It’s Darjeeling you know, and very reasonable too.

  32. 68
    Mrs Doyle says:


  33. 70
    British Bulldog says:

    Nothing like a good brew!

    We must take the fight to the left lurching latte sipping Labour apparatchiks who yearn to sabotage the economy and wreck our society.

  34. 74

    This site would probably get more visits if they left a better picture up overnight than this tit who should hang his head in shame.

    How about:

    • 83
      Bloody, bloody modbot strikes again says:

      Mmm. Nice. And a ‘Conservatives for Hanging’ message in the background

  35. 78
    MandyPickleSniffer says:

    Am I the only one who’s disgusted by the on air rant by that Su Burrows woman, and her delusional sense of entitlement?? Despite knowing full well that the Thames floodplain tends to flood, they insist on living there, and then when it floods they scream and shout and DEMAND that the government should have prevented it and should’ve been there within a day to help her? Never mind that the govt has hundreds of thousands of other people to try and help, and that they’ve got no frikkin money to do anything the way it should be done, and that they can’t possibly have prevented this crisis by a few dredges here and there!

    Would she have screamed & shouted as much if it had been Blair/Brown/Milliband?

    Are these not the same people who laughed at retarded Americans who insist on living in the Mississippi floodplain who are then so shocked to learn that rivers ocassionally flood?

    I actually have a lot of sympathy for people who’ve lost so much, but they ruin it when they politicise it and turn it into an anti-Tory cheap shot. Sorry Su, you shot yourself in the foot with that rant.

    • 84
      Bloody, bloody modbot strikes again says:

      Who’s Su Burrows?

      • 96
        The bint in the high-viz says:

        • 122
          Bloody, bloody modbot strikes again says:

          Oh her.

          • Anonymous says:

            When the homes have flooded more, and flooded for longer because of EU envirnomental rules, then yes, she has a strong point.

            Thing is, the Govt and BBC and MSM have kept the EU’s involvement in the floods completely silent…


          • jgm2 says:

            The UK govt is just a cuckhold. They’d rather pretend they’re in charge than admit they have little or no control over any of the major issues.

            Do you really think (say) the smoking legislation was all Labour’s idea? Of course not. EU diktat which is why Ireland got there first then Fucking Scotland. All rushing to make it look like it was their idea. SO they could claim England was following their ‘lead’.

            Even Turkey (Turkey For fuck’s sake) ba*nn*ing smoking as it tries to qualify for EU entry.

          • FFS says:

            And don’t forget that the Dutch think it bizarre that we are a 1st world nation with rivers that regularly flood and we have done fuck all about protecting the towns along the rivers.

            There are simple engineering solutions and they aren’t even that expensive.

            Bear in mind also that the people living in riverside properties are probably paying most of the tax that supports this government and they are pissing it away on people like White Dee.

            Imagine if you are loaded but the government is taxing you till your pips squeak and when it rains (as strangely seems to be so common in the UK) the government does fuck all about it and then you get some arsehole talking about you as if you were some sort of pariah?

            I can’t for the life of me see why any of them would want to stay in the country. It really is totally fucked.

          • Casual Observer 7 says:

            @FFS: What you describe is the core dissociation that exists in the UK between perception / belief and the reality.

            The question that should be asked is: Are those that are extorting the population encouraging poor conditions for fun, or is it because the country simply does not have access to the resources needed in order to do the right thing by its people ?

            With examples such as White Dee trotted out it is easy to start applying that brush to all people, however, that most know is false.

            So why engage in putting together such a shoddy smear attempt against the population at large, when those the population are paying to run the place are deliberately allowing living rooms to flood ?

          • FFS says:

            They are not deliberately letting living rooms flood.

            They are listening to Stonewall on gay marriage. That’s what they are doing. Then it will be the anti-fag lobby, then HS2 lobby, then the wind turbine lobby, and every other fucking lobby designed to channel money to big corporations suckling on the public teat or demanding undeserved rights for minorities.

            What Su Burrows needs to do is get in touch with people in all the areas that have ever been flooded and set up a lobby group of their own. And then band on about it every fucking day at the government. Elbow Stonewall out of the way. Do it every day until the next floods. Then they will listen. When the TV companies are there and Su Burrows is complaining that they were asking for proper dykes to be put around every river town in Britain by the government pissed the money away on Syria and Indian space programmes, then they will listen and do something, for the first time in hundreds of years. And Su will be a fucking hero. They might even erect a monument to her – like Maud Heath:-


            Su Burrows needs to learn something from old Maud.

      • 269
        Mick Butcher says:

        It’s a make of Japanese car, no?

    • 263
      Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

      Well Su Burrows.
      Don’t let Establishment lackeys tell you we have no money while giving £1,000,000,000 per month of our taxes to foreign aid recipients and £1,600,000,000 per month to the EU.
      I’ve never seen Chertsey, Staines, Shepperton, Old Windsor and Egham flood as badly as recently.
      It’s mismanagement and those in charge deserve criticism.

    • 441
      Anonymous says:

      How the fuck did we sleep walk into this mess where we have no power to protect our own country from flooding and allow the fucking EU to dictate our policies on even that?
      99% of us thought we were signing up for a free trade area and not much more!

  36. 81
    Left Watch says:

    Would appear that the Left are beginning to start asking some serious questions about Tony Blair:


    But: Why are they skirting the issue of Tony’s dealings in U’zbekistan, the involvement of Blair as mid east peace envoy in Syr!a before the insurgency started, and Blair’s recent involvement with Vietnam (a very repressive regime, one of the few remaining communist) and Peru ?

    The point with Vietnam / Peru is that the deals themselves were not inked and signed despite the releases which presumably sourced from Blair’s office.

    And then there is the Guinea mine deal with the UAE involving BSGR: A clear conflict of interest as he was advising both sides. A similar strategy he suggested to Ms. Brooks it would seem.

    • 95
      Elliot Ness says:

      Plus Mubarak anf Ghaddafi and many others

      Iit has taken Labour years to realse they were led with by a gangster

      • 120
        jgm2 says:

        They didn’t care. Telegenic Tone and his media management team were okay as long as they got their feet under the table.

        Once there imbeciles like Brown were free to destroy the economy while imbeciles like Blunkett, Burnham, Smith, Straw, Miliband etc etc could turn their idiot attentions to wrecking everything else.

  37. 88
    Dave Whatshisname says:

    So the unemployment figures have been manipulated taking an extra 375000 people off the unemployed list by sanctioning them so unemployment in real terms has gone up not down.
    Good old honesty from IDS again

    • 94
      jgm2 says:

      Just as so many were declared ‘disabled’ as a ruse to get them off Labour’s unemployment figures.

      • 115
        Red Ruth says:

        We can type away ’till our fingers start bleeding. The Cons simply do not understand what poverty is. They simply don’t give a shit, because none of them have EVER experienced a single second of it. Poverty for them is someone in some far off land, scrubbing out a living on a toxic rubbish tip, eating rats and living in a sewer pipe. The whole damn lot may as well wear military uniforms with swastika armbands. Great Britain 2014

        • 125
          FFS says:

          Evidence of people starving on the street anywhere? Anywhere at all?

          Please take yourself off to Vadodara in India and take a look at the people living in their own clothes on the central reservation of the motorway from the aiport. Then you will know what poverty is. To these people, what you are claiming is poverty in Britain would be offensive.

          • Anonymous says:

            who fuckin’ cares how hypothetically offended those folks living in a motorway central reservation in India might be!

          • Taxpayer says:

            I don’t. Not the ones in India. They have a space programme and plenty of billionaires. They can ask their fellow countrymen for money.

        • 126
          jgm2 says:

          ‘Poverty for them is someone in some far off land, scrubbing out a living on a toxic rubbish tip, eating rats and living in a sewer pipe.’

          In fairness that is poverty.

          Being given a free house, free money, free schools, free health care and a cap of 28K a year in benefits isn’t, despite your best whiny impression, ‘poverty’.

          Now be a dear and fuck off.

    • 97
      Red Ruth says:

      Destitution is the Tory way.

      The total number of sanctions against benefit claimants in the year to September 2013 was 897,690, the highest figure for any 12-month period since jobseeker’s allowance was introduced in 1996.

      These Fascists need to be ousted in 2015. The general population are unaware of these sanctions or about WORKFARE either which also totals hundreds of thousands (that’s why unemployment is supposedly falling, LOL). If they knew what was really happening, many would find the Tories actions repulsive

      • 127
        FFS says:


        • 365
          Jim says:

          The total number of sanctions against benefit claimants in the year to September 2013 was 897,690, the highest figure for any 12-month period since jobseeker’s allowance was introduced in 1996.

          Perhaps an illustration of how much fraud was allowed in the system during the labour years

      • 274
        Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

        Lowering of living standards is the Labour way.
        Encourage the world’s poor to live here while expecting British workers to pay excessive taxes while suffering wage decreases.
        Tribalistic little red rats are such bigoted retards.
        Vote UKIP

    • 105
      Sir William Wayde says:

      Er….that one actually WAS Mrs Thatcher’s fault. Shunting people off the dole and onto disability benefits seemed a good idea in the 1980s.

      • 108
        Red Ruth says:

        Under Universal Credit, even though you may be employed, they plan to hound you to look for a better job, an additional job, or longer hours – under threat of sanction and removal of your Tax Credits if you fail to comply.

        They will not be happy until every working person is cowed and terrified by the threat of starvation and homelessness to accept whatever their bosses dictate to them.

        it will make even the ragged trousered philanthropists look like a team of highly-paid unionised workers in a German car factory in comparison.

        The members of this government, and their supporters, are venal and psychotic, and it is imperative that they be removed from office in 2015

        • 130
          Ma­q­bo­­ul says:

          Dip your hands into your own wallet, bitch.

        • 131
          jgm2 says:

          Tax Credits? Whose idiot idea was that? Giving working people cash even though we have minimum wage legislation thus making working people dependent on handouts so they’d keep voting Labour.

        • 132
          cornwall storms says:

          I’ve never understood why they introduced tax credits in the first place- let people keep as much as possible of what they earn , don’t take it away from them and then give it back to them as pocket money . All that does is employ more government non jobs to shunt money from one place to another. Total waste of time, taxpayers money and effort.

          • FFS says:

            Ah because the tax credits go to people who don’t work or work in minimum wage jobs and pay almost no tax anyway.

            Yer average labour voter is getting £10,000 a year in tax credits, another £8000 a year in housing benefit and £20,000 a year benefits in kind (NHS etc). This is largely paid for by just 300,000 people in the top 1% of incomes. But still they want more! There’s no stopping them! I really don’t know where they think the money is coming from, they are like Chavez.

            I’m on the side of the rich. We’re back to where we were in the 70s by a different route. Bunch of good for nothing Brits that wouldn’t know poverty if it fell on them from a great height. Best thing would be if the whole house of cards fell about their heads and the farmers let them starve to death.

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          FFS says:

          Yep, hound them into work. Like that idea. love it in fact.

          After all, our farmers are giving up half of the best years of their life to put food on their table.

          Your idea of social justice is putting Labour voters on welfare so they can sit around watching their LCD TVs all day while Tory voters work their asses off to support them.

          That’s not social justice, that’s theft. Social justice is a fair days work for a fair days pay. Labour used to believe that too – not any more.

          • cornwall storms says:

            Think you’re being a bit unfair to Farmers there. Up before dawn and ploughing or harvesting after dark. And they’re farming from a young age right into old age beyond pension. They at least know the meaning of real work.

            Perhaps it should be a requirement of parliament that everyone wishing to be an MP spends at least 12 months labouring on a farm somewhere – at least that way we’d know they’d had some real work experience.

          • FFS says:

            Um, that was what I was saying. The farmers HAVE to work to put food on our tables, so it stands to reason the rest of us are obliged to offer something back.

            Those of us that grew up in the country have always understood that – which is why few of us ever vote Labour. Socialism is a daft form of brain-rot that only takes root in cities.

          • Universal Hiss says:

            What a shame that so many large employers can’t be arsed to pay tax.Pay workers a decent wage? No point really as the imbecile Brown introduced working tax credits(expanded on a Tory idea of Family Credits)to pay a percentage of wages by the state.

            Sees like Dave et al have not really found a real answer to that one.Well,they’re not really looking for one.Just tinkering.Get a mortgage from my chums with only a 5% deposit.You will of course pay a 20% premium on inflated house prices & then be a wage slave for 30 years.
            I’ll give you fuck all & tax you to be eyeballs just for good measure.

            You think this is good?

          • FFS says:

            Yes, but what exactly are you doing about it? Yes YOU!

            Fuck all. You come on here bleating about this that and whatever. You’ve got no balls at all to do anything about it. None.

            Fact is we’ve got one party that claims it is “progressive” because it’s on the slow boat to Marxism, even though every previous Marxist state has failed and with good reason. The whole fucking idea that anybody can achieve happines through Marxism is itself crackpot. Then the other party is merely anti-socialist. It busies itself with merely slowing the progress towards more Marxism, somewhat ineffectually. Consequently, over the long term, we just get more Marxism, even though there is barely anybody in the country that believes in Marxism.

            What needs to happen is there needs to be a new equivalent to the Fabians for the 21st Century. Something that believes in social progress but not socialism. We need people to stop bleating about what is wrong and start thinking about how to put things right.

          • @FFS. One for and one against!

            1. Socialism is a daft form of brain-rot that only takes root in cities. Very true.

            2. Define social progress. That is where the devil is. That is where the grabbing begins.

          • FFS says:

            But that is where we need to make a start. We need to provide an alternative view of “progress” to the left.

            Marxism made sense in a world where even food and lodging was difficult to come by, but now we live in an age of abundance the call to equalise incomes so White Dee can live like Alan Sugar seems somewhat excessive.

            In any case the Marxist view that simply providing more of everything in the material sense will make everyone happy in the here and now clearly has been falsified.

            So we need to start with some new ideas of how to make us all happier so we don’t have 10% of the population on anti-depressants and 6000 a year committing suicide. Enough work has been done on the sources of unhappiness for us to at least make a start pointing in the right direction.

            Too many of these blogs and comments are sniping from the sidelines at the failing ideologies of hundred or more years ago. We need to start looking at what our direction should be.

          • The problems of consequentialism.

            Eliminate virtue and deontological ethics and what is one left with?

            Masturbatory fantasy land.

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          Universal Hiss says:

          Totally agree.

          That’s why I’ll be voting yes in the Scottish Independence Referendum.

          Ditch Westminister & work out the rest at our leisure over the next 18 months.

          It doesn’t seem to matter what shade they are.Venal,arrogant,self-serving liars.

          Of course they are just the same this side of the border but there are fewer of them & will have fewer opportunities at the trough.Scottish politicians will be more scrutinised than any country on the planet if a yes vote is successful.

          • Casual Observer 7 says:

            The gloom and doom stories should be ignored.

            If Scotland is bequeathed a massive share of the UK debt, so what ?

            Just default, and as the place will be establishing a fresh currency once independent, all obligations are zapped anyway. It only becomes a problem if Scotland tries to raise money through bond sales, and the establishment of independent Scottish sovereign debt instruments has not really been spoken about at all – one assumes that export revenue would be the immediate source of funding for the new government.

            Keeping reasonable relations with England is necessary, but immediately rushing off to join the EU would be foolish – just an impartial opinion.

            Independence would not be an easy path, but in terms of the economic scare stories, look to Iceland.

            Alex Salmond is wholly the wrong leader for an independent Scotland – he would be changed fairly quickly I suspect once he has got the country over the independence bump.

          • Universal Hiss says:

            Yes I agree.

            I’m sick of show us your Plan B from the Better together lot. There is a plan A,B,C&D. The whole point in the period between the vote & full independence is to thrash these things out to the mutual satisfaction of both if that is at all possible.

            We have already had Darling,Brown,Osbourne,Balls,Alexander making political interventions & breaking the good faith of the Edinburgh Agreement.

            This is nasty now & will get worse. One thing is that Salmond is a past master at playing dirty politics.Will be an interesting few months.

          • Casual Observer 7 says:

            All of the uninvited arguments sourced from Westminster have been shown for bunk in their other guise where they were deployed against those in the UK who would prefer out of the EU.

            The one valid question for Scotland is whether the break up of a successful 300+ year union is really the right thing to do. But that is a question to be asked and debated North of the border.

            Given the divisive nature of the EU this is a very valid question indeed, especially given that Alex seems quite gung ho on trying to join the EU as soon as possible after a yes vote.

            England really needs to focus more on the implications for itself.

            Exiting the EU and establishing good bilateral trade agreements with Scotland and Northern !reland (which I think would also go once the Union with Scotland is broken) would be the way forward.

            Would prefer to see the United Kingdom union remain, but only if the Scottish people choose that.

          • Universal Hiss says:

            & I forgot to say what does worry me is a very close vote.That will do far more damage to Scotland with bitterness on both sides.

            If it’s a no, I fear reprisals from Westminster from having the temerity to ask the question in the first place.

          • Casual Observer 7 says:

            Reprisals from Westminster ?

            I think that may be more irrational fear-mongering from both sides of the debate.

            The only reprisal from Westminster would be that Alex and the nationalists would be ridiculed into obscurity. Any who seek to exploit the division for their own end (thinking very much of certain sections of the left) may find their rights temporarily suspended.

            Any other form of reprisal would be foolish in the extreme as it would stimulate the kind of unrest that you are wary of with the close vote, and which England is also wary of in this process as a whole.

            Whichever way the vote goes, the independent Scottish Parliament will not be undone. Those who have a say in the independence question should be focusing on that institution very hard irrespective of if they are in or out.

            If Scotland remains in, more power will be devolved to Edinburgh to counter the tensions which have been raised.

          • Jim says:

            One question:

            Independence from whom?

            He wants to stay/join the EU, if I have got that correct?

            Not much Independence there then, Salmond just wants more power. And his lackies.

          • FFS says:

            It won’t be a close vote.

            The newspapers would love to present the poll as close, but even they can’t manage to make it look like it is all down to the last wire. I’m betting it will be two to one against and the SNP will end up with their tale between their legs and Salmond with nowhere to go.

  38. 89
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    I’m now a RACIST transphobe?

  39. 93
    Browns Boggin Magic on Crap4 says:

    I am a genetically fucked up moron & a parasitical leeching türd!

  40. 98
    Owen Jones says:

    Is the Tory party really in the grip of a clown shortage?

    • 107
      Prime Minister David Cameron says:

      And this will be my outfit tonight folks !

      “High Visibility Lycra Cycling Jacket, Leggings and Helmet.”
      So that even in the dark, people can still see that you’re a bender on a bike.

    • 430
      Nikolai Pliakov (aka Coco) says:

      Clown shortage? Not in my day, there were hundreds of us – but we used to make people laugh rather then cry.

  41. 99
    Objective Productions protecting an abusive criminal creep! says:

    We can’t polish a Brown türd but we roll it glitter! Kerching!

  42. 103
    Jogging to the Bog says:

    Motivational Psychology?

  43. 106
    Edinburgh University is Boggin says:

    Shit for Brains!

  44. 109
    Sir William Wayde says:

    A mug with a mug mugging.

  45. 110
    Sue Brown says:

    Fit for the sewers.

  46. 112
    Fit for the sewers says:

    Better than Tony B.liar’s chipped mugs, I suppose! Mugged everyone on I.R.aq!

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    The Diary of Owen Jones aged 13¾ says:

    Left Has to Admit Venezuela’s Socialist Nightmare | Indy

    No I won’t ..I won’t! I won’t ! I won’t !

    On a separate topic please join me for a protest tonight in parliament square against the forces of fascism that are attempting to destroy the democratic rights of the people of Ukraine.

    • 150
      FFS says:

      He doesn’t get a lot of support for his column “below the line”!

      Most socialists will support any means to their preferred end.

      • 239
        Never, ever, trust a socialist says:

        They like killing their opponents. It is a key part of their belief system.

        Civilsed people always misunderstand that – until it is too late.

        • 413
          NE Frontiersman says:

          In the October, 1921, issue of the English Labour Monthly, Shaw wrote that “Compulsory labour, with death as the final penalty. . . is the keystone of Socialism”

  48. 116
    Mrs Doyle says:

    Still better than Boggin Labour!

  49. 128
    Bloody, bloody modbot strikes again says:

    That Glen Greenwald, being given a platform on the BBC News at the moment, seems a nasty, bitter piece of work

  50. 138
    Casual Observer 2 says:

    Alas, this photo of Camoron sums up how low the U.K. has sunk under the LabLibConners.

    This pathetic fool is Prime Minister. How shameful.

    • 145
      cornwall storms says:

      Well which pathetic fool would you prefer ? cameron with his mug or militwit out of his depth in the floods in his short wellies?

    • 371
      Blowing Whistles says:

      The shame is there upon the political pygmies of our time – such that the people are fed day in day out – utter drivel and baloney by the political tribalmonsters of the msm of this generation of political numbnuts as being of any worth.

      The public are having the last laugh at the bastards who have lined only thier own pockets AND WITH OUR HARD EARNED.

      Subnote – try and look ‘behind’ who the barstewards were – who formulated and wrote up the bbc Charter … Therein many answers are laid to rest.

    • 373
      Blowing Whistles says:

      The authors of the beeb’s Ch.arter need looking at – properly.

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    Sally Bercow says:


  52. 148
    thostids says:

    Putting the C into Cretin; the U into Unloved; the N into Not again, T into Toff.

  53. 154
    Jess The Dog says:

    “Putting the Hunt in Country…”

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    Mr Shape Shifter says:

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    Pee45 for Boggin Brown the magical clown says:

    The nasty piece of work has to go!

  56. 159
    Everyone apart from dave says:


  57. 160
    Slave Labour! says:

    How rewarding!

  58. 162
    Jess The Dog says:

    So who got sloppy seconds then? DC or TB?

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    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    Don’t think we of the left didn’t see through Tony Bliar very early on. As soon as he abolished Clause IV we knew he was a wrong un.

    • 177
      Universal Hiss says:

      So why was he not ousted very early on? Because he could win elections at any price.

      There is no morality in politics.

      • 182
        Hang the fucker by the neck says:

        Northern Ireland’s chance for long term peace was squandered by the lying duplicitous bastard as well.

      • 387
        FFS says:

        End has always justified the means for socialists.

        No end of immorality would be considered if they thought it might bring about the end of capitalism.

        Why, they might even consider fomenting ch!ld molesting groups in order to release them on an unsuspecting British public as a secret weapon against order and morality.

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    RomaBob.... Beeeeg Issue! says:

    Could be worse, could be Harman and Dromey munching on the kiddie PIEs :)

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    u bend says:

    Daily Mail had better reprise the headline tomorrow. And the BBC had better cover it.

    • 268
      The BBC says:

      Sorry, too busy leading news bulletins with the Cardinal’s ‘Tory-created poverty’ comments for the fourth day running.

      • 283
        Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

        If you listen a little longer, the religionist does say there should be controls on immigration.

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    Anonymous says:

    Re the spanish incursion today into GIb waters in case it escaped anyone’s notice this is a distraction excessive.

    48 hours ago some Moroccans tried to enter Ceuta and the Spanish naval patrol opened fire and killed some of them.

    Funny how that never gets mentioned

    • 199

      Good point. They were swimming to Ceuta and the Spanish police fired on them with rubber bullets. 13 bodies have been recovered.

      But they were only black so presumably that does not count to the Spanish…

    • 205

      Another thing or two:

      In the time when we had a leader worthy of the name, Margaret Thatcher actually opposed Spain joining the EEC until Spain’s restrictions against Gibraltar were lifted.

      Even Juan Carlos, King of Spain then and now, told Britain, in 1983, he did not really want Gibraltar back as such an action would lead to Morocco calling for the return of Ceuta and Melilla.

      • 210
        The big boy's book of staying king says:

        The King of Spain is a big liar.

      • 255
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Camoron made some public statements when this gib distract story was used first.

        i noted his comments and i certainly intend that they come back to haunt him and the EU.

        the Blair blog is one i have enjoyed today.

  64. 184
    Hand Shandier says:

    Ed putting the Hunt in SHunthorpe

  65. 187
    Cheer on the football globetrotters says:

    Champions League about to start. Another great night for English football on the big stage…Man City last night. Arsenal tonight.
    Fans of the English football team will be so enthused that there might to a total of three English players involved in total, one of them a dodgy keeper.

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      He's fart ball crazy he's fart ball mad says:

      Oh FFS not another 90 fucking minutes of overpaid fucking pansies kicking a bag of wind around and if anyone so much as coughs on them they go down writhing like they took a frontal shot from a magnum 44 and been whipped with barbed wire.

      • 433
        Oh oh oh oh what a referee and his little wooden whistle wouldn't whistle says:

        Can anyone explain why it is that in virtually every Champs league match in which they are involved Arsenal ALWAYS seem to have somebody sent off. Even the Man City manager was losing his cool over the officials yesterday. Must be because we are an island nation.

        Is this not dissimilar to the choice of that well known footballing nation, Qatar, as the site for the next world cup?

    • 256
      Pepsi United says:

      The only English thing left about our football are the team names.

      And if the clubs could get away with it, they’d even change them to corporate sponsorship names.

  66. 188
    Sam the Skull says:

    Putting the tea into teat.

  67. 190
    strensham services says:

    Owen Jones has read all the Ladybird books and his grandad used a hammer at work so he know about stuff

    • 200
      non taxable pikey says:

      Probably one of Owen’s heroes.
      The young North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has spent more that $645.8 million on luxury goods in his year in office, according to the UN Commission of Inquiry into Pyongyang’s human rights record. He has treated himself to dozens of imported high-end Mercedes-Benz vehicles and to musical instruments, including dozens of top-quality pianos. The report did not examine how the items were imported into North Korea, which is under strict UN sanctions. Kim also spent a large sum on a private theatre for 1,000 of his closest allies. The former US basketball player Dennis Rodman returned from a visit to Pyongyang in October describing his life style as a “seven-star” party with free-flowing cocktails, jet-skis at his private island and luxury yachts. A UN agency recently estimated that 2.8 million North Koreans face an ongoing struggle with under-nutrition, which is UN speak for starvation.

  68. 194
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    I am going to clog up all No 10′s loo’s with some massive dumps I have brewing.

  69. 202
    Casual Observer 7 says:

    So it looks like the opposition has been arrested in Venezuela:

    Still no real condemnation from the supporters of the M’aduro regime in the UK.

    • 384
      FFS says:

      No, they are going with the Maduro view that it’s all the fault of the protestors who are the ones inciting violence against the democratically elected government. They are taking the view that this is mostly middle-class students pissed off because they no longer have a future as the middle class is now no longer. They consider that middle class opposition is inevitable in the class struggle towards a Marxist state and therefore the Maduro government is quite within its rights to brutally put down any attempt at an uprising.

      In other words, most of the British left thought Pol Pot’s Cambodia was a model of socialism.

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    let's remember where socialism leads... says:

  71. 211
    Your either in front of Geedough or in front of him says:

    This one obviously slipped under geedoughs radar.

    Evening standard
    Bob Crow has announced he is standing in the euro elections. He is anti EU and is saying vote me in to get us out. He is the leftist anti EU party as opposed to UKIP who he describes as extreme right.

    Anyway thats besides the point , I am now in a absolute dilemma

    I hate loathe both Crow and the EU but the thought of bob crow running absolute amok in the EU parliament seriously appeals to my wicked side and rubbing those smug bastards nose into the dirt makes me warm to the idea that he wins.

    • 218
      Casual Observer 7 says:

      The EU is the ultimate antidote for the Unions – meaning – the Unions do not figure period in the broader plans of the EU.

      The only reason Crow wants in is because he is well aware of the real writing on the wall and wants to transfer to a more secure trough.

      Voting him into the Euro Parliament would only be beneficial as it would help seal the fate of some of the Unions in the UK sooner rather than later. It would also be bad because he would be another body in the socialist bloc which needs its numbers trimmed.

      • 224
        Modbot ted says:

        It would be funny though

      • 297
        Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

        Bob Crow is against the free movement of EU workers in to the UK as it undermines his workers wages and job security.
        This is called social dumping and is prevalent on shipping using UK ports.
        The RMT also see the hypocrisy of governments telling us that rail companies cannot be run by the state for non profit, while awarding franchises to rail companies run by foreign governments for profit.
        That’s what a union should do and is opposite to the UNITE, GMB and UNISON parasites who support Labour’s open borders ideology, expecting peerages as payment.
        If you ever need a clue to Bob’s motives please ask.
        An RMT and UKIP member

        • 356
          ReefKnot says:

          ‘Social Dumping’ conjures up images of people squatting down and leaving steaming turds in the middle of engaging conversations at cheese and wine parties.

    • 241
      Never, ever, trust a socialist says:

      Tusc, tusc

  72. 214
    broderick crawford says:

    Did we all know that urinals in Mitteleurooa ( Germany , Austria, Switzerland) have a fly imprinted at their middle such that when Petcy points his Pecker he points it directly at the fly in a subconscious effort to swat it and thus does not piss all over the floor?

    That s Aryan efficiency for you … …..

  73. 223
    EU Watch says:

    Anti-EU Protest in !taly last Monday:

    • 227
      MSM says:

      We like to keep them in the dark and feed them on shit.

      • 231
        cornwall storms says:

        Hmmmm.. anti EU protests in greece, italy, spain and troubles in the ukraine.

        Not a very happy place , the EU, is it??!! Although they are trying to hush it up , of course.!!!

        • 380
          FFS says:

          They should be protesting in Brussels. Fuck all point in protesting about the EU in Italy.

          • Crash bang wallop what a picture says:

            Cam someone explain why there is never a suicide bomber with a large truck load of explosives around when you need one.

      • 235
        BBC says:

        They even pay us to feed them shit.

  74. 233
    Joe Public says:

    Putting the TEA into STEAM

    All mendacious manipulative hot air with no substance except
    for the real purpose of POWER over the masses !!!

  75. 234
    Cackling in Brussels says:

    And this shower pretend they can renegotiate a return of various powers from the EU.

    Tee Hee.

    No wonder they couldn’t win outright the last election, against an unelectable Brown.

    No wonder the LibDems run rings round them in government.

    • 257
      Wellington says:

      Renegotiate power? What load of bollocks. Point a gun at them. That’s how you renegotiate power.

    • 279
      Anonymous says:

      I get fed up with the no wonder they couldn’t win. Yes no wonder because given the fucking gerrymandering they need a 6 point fucking lead just to get even with Labour. While you are avoiding facts Cameron got a bigger swing than any other PM from the position he started from

      He was never going to wing the nasty Marxist socialist CNuts of labour ensure he could not and when you have the national broadcaster shilling for you ” empty champagne bottles in the corridors
      ” you face an uphill struggle whatever you do.. Just look at the way the BBc wrote up the good economic news.

      He got rid of the Scottish thick twat though and that was good enough

      So fuck off ,,!!

      • 298
        One Man One Vote says:

        I tend to agree, but the failure of the new government to arrest the boundary commission who allowed this gerrymandering never ceases to amaze me.

        To allow the rigging of elections in this manner is a crime against our democracy. Anyone involved should be tried for treason, sentenced to several years in prison and should then be denied the vote and banned from public employment for life.

      • 304
        Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

        Stop bleating.
        You’re lead by a robotic non entity controlled by global corporations and EU Socialists.

  76. 238
    Lard Pressclott of Beams, Bellies, Banjos, Bulimia, two bog seats, two Jags & Shags. says:
    • 242
      Clown Watch says:

      John Prescott can go fuck himself.

    • 271
      Elliot Ness says:


      Why did the presenter not ask him about his Two Shags, Two Bog Seats , Two Jags, and Mock Tudor Beams?

      Prezza is a caricature of his own making

    • 288
      Dutch pump says:

      Was he complaining about the fact that floods would not have been caused by getting out of the bath so technically incorrect?

      Now if he was getting into the size of a bath that he would need then Grimsby and the low lying areas of Hull would be like fucking Atlantis by now.

      • 306
        Owen Bones says:

        Prescott is abeast

        It is no joke fatty presoctt cannpt fit in the bath

        he has to go hull bupic baths to wash his fat wobbly tubalard

        • 379
          FFS says:

          He’s another one with Narcissistic Personality Disorder. No talent or ability for anything but thinks otherwise, thinks he’s god’s gift to women and has an eating disorder – commonly associated with NPD.

          Labour is full of people with NPD.

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    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:


  78. 250
    Joss Taskin says:

    Have Calamity Clegg and Lord Rennard kissed and made up now ?

    • 277
      Nick I'm-touched-that-my-party-isn't-really-full-of-pervs Clegg says:

      Is it safe for me to come out now ?

  79. 258
    The British media are cunts says:

    The BBC are dog piss.

  80. 262
    The British media are cunts says:

    Watching the Brits. How come no one can sing in tune?????? Is it really that hard?

    • 275
      Everyone's a critic says:

      Yes. That’s why really talented people who can sing in tune make so much money as entertainers.

      • 335
        A twat says:

        So, I turned it on and that fat unfunny cuùnt Cordon was kissing some other bloke. Apparently such craziness is supposedly shocking and funny at the same time.

        Tedious really. He is everything I hate about celebrity rolled into one person

        • 372
          Everyone's a critic says:

          So he’s performing a valuable public service. I find I hate talentless dickhead celebrities each in their own repulsive individual way.

  81. 266
    Odd Balls says:

    There is something a bit whiffy about NI, Brooks, Cameron, Blair and McCann, not helped by today’s revelations in court:

    Cameron denied that the Met review of the McCann case was a response to pressure exerted by Brooks during his Leveson testimony:


    Quite a reverse ferret by May.

    It was well known that NOTW were very active in matters relating to exposure of p’edo activity, exemplified by the successful campaign for ‘Sarah’s Law’

    Why was the Prime Ministers office so hesitant about responding to FOI requests asking about Blair’s involvement with sending former Mirror journalist S’heree D’odd to act as a special envoy to liase with the media ?


    • 362
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Aren’t there still many unanswered questions about Ian Huntley and his murder of Holly and Jessica and how deeply he was connected to pa3do networks?

      Look at the timelines and who was in government … oh and of course there’s the issue of how it took so fucking long for levi bellfield to be nicked – i.e. were there rogue elements within the pigstabulary who attempted to forestall the conviction?

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    Asslick Almond says:
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    Freedom says:

    Police v the public in Maracaibo, state of Zulia , Venezuela.

  84. 273
    Anonymous says:

    New subject now but very important. I’ve just read that Denmark has joined Poland, Sweden,Iceland, Norway and others in the banning halal slaughter of meat. They say that animal rights must come before religious beliefs. That is great news. When are we, in this so called caring country, going to do the same and rid us of this barbaric custom?

    • 276
      Multi-culti-babble says:

      Same time we ban the genital mutilation of male children.

    • 281
      David Cameron, bumsex marriage says:

      There is one problem with that.

      Not that I give a damn about the customs, the reasoning that animal rights trump religious rights or the rights of man is problematic.

      Slippery slope, as on this reasoning precedent has been set to ban other things that man enjoys because they impact on the ‘rights’ of animals.

      Animals have zero rights: As Apex predator, man has the right to do as man pleases.

    • 295
      Anonymous says:

      I was told that only one supermarket now does not sell halal meat though the meat is not identified. I would like to know and it should be marked.

    • 341
      Not a chance says:

      I was looking at a Wagamama menu the other day. I noticed it had ‘H’ beside some of the dishes.
      They can go fuck if they think I am spending my cash in their establishments after seeing that.

      • 360
        Wagamama PR Dept says:


        We have replaced the ‘H’ with a ‘D’, for ‘Dhimmi’.

        We feel this communicates our position more clearly to our valued customers.

  85. 282
    Bennies me uman right innit says:

    BBC 4 just running a programme entitled ” infested with parasites”

    Very disappointed as I tuned in expecting a debate on benefits St.

  86. 307
    Keep it Buttoned enquiry says:

    Sky news leads with Blair and hacking

    BBC news play squirrels with YewKrane

  87. 308
    Casual Observer 7 says:

    As expected, following the recent publication of FED minutes indicating favour of tapering:

    The current UK ‘recovery’ is a function of this:

    B.O.E: 0.50%
    E.C.B: 0.25%
    FED : 0.25%

    Money will be attracted to where it can most safely get the best return. Whilst the B.O.E. is above the other two, short term capital heads to the UK.

    Guess what happens when the Fed starts to taper ?

    i) Less short term capital will be available for the UK (as most of this is really sourcing from the FED easy money policy in the first place)

    ii) When the monetary policy is tightened FED rates will go up, attracting money back towards the US.

    The UK should raise rates, but cannot aggressively without killing the economy, as the debt burden of the consumer is still somewhat excessive.

    Ed Balls is currently preparing his gloating face, as he knows what is coming down the pipe.

    • 318
      Owen Jones says:

      My George Best Action Man is directing my thoughts

      I am having a custom made Mexican Wrestlers costume made

    • 321
      Owen Jones bingo says:

      My George Best Action Man is directing my thoughts

      I am having a custom made Mexican Wrestlers costume made

      Codeword BIngo Bongo

    • 330

      Ed Balls is currently preparing his gloating face, as he knows what is coming down the pipe

      Understand that Yvette is a boy but surely you could have rephrased that better! ;-)

    • 352
      White rabbit says:

      Everyone told me the fed was going up late 2015..early 2016.

  88. 317
    altruism in industry says:

    putting the con in conservative

  89. 319
    So Blair is an expert on P ills....Dr Ke lly says:
  90. 322
    Casual Observer 7 says:

    And let’s see the BBC ignore this:

    + The Fatwa for people daring to try and live on Mars story is a classic :-)

    • 324
      The Buddha of Hellmand says:

      You are right. It’s an absolute hoot.

      “The committee argued that an attempt to dwell on the planet would be so hazardous as to be suicidal and killing oneself is not permitted by Islam.”

      • 328
        Casual Observer 7 says:

        Could explain why there were no muzzies in Star Trek… ;-)

      • 329
        Keep it Buttoned enquiry says:

        Paper review about to start on BBc news

        • 336
          Anonymous says:

          Why do they only have to apologise?

          A Tory would be hounded from office by the BBC and labour even if the accusations were proven incorrect. In this case they are correct so why just an apology for a industrial sized outrage? They should resign forthwith.

        • 342
          Bloody, bloody modbot strikes again says:

          The BBC Newspaper review’s agreement seems to be (supported by the Beeboid) that Bliar was merely, as a friend, supporting Brooks…and there was nothing at all wrong with that.

          No doubt Cameron, at the hands of the BBC, will not enjoy the same latitude. His friendship with Brooks will be examined, dissected and he will be nailed because of it.

          • RomaBob.... Beeeeg Issue! says:

            Why does Cameron let ‘em get away with this outrageous bias?

          • Anonymous says:

            They have already nailed Cameron to the cross and he wasn’t even in government at the time. Blair will be old news by tomorrow and the BBC will focus on Cameron and the Toreees again

    • 331
      White Flight says:

      That’s my kind of colony.

    • 332
      Axe the telly tax says:


      Total left wing bias from the national broadcaster as they focus on GUardian and arguing how good Blair was and how bad Fatcher was so That wipes out at least 10 minutes

      This is just getting ridiculous now

    • 333
      Anonymous says:
    • 346
    • 355
      Blowing Whistles says:

      ‘Who’ smeared Pam Warren for the labour government – in the paddington crash cover up?

      • 366
        Casual Observer 7 says:

        D’on C’orry.

        P’eter M’andelson tried to defend him, S’tephen B’yers and A’lastair D’arling were ministers directly involved. B’yers had to resign over the J’o M’oore ‘Good day to bury bad news’ / 9-11 fiasco.


        It wasn’t just P’am who was smeared: The D’epartment of T’ransport seemed to be trying to take on the survivors group itself.

        S’tephen B’yers is of interest in context of the p’ed0 allegations as he was involved in the M’edomsley child abuse cover up.


        • 392
          Blowing Whistles says:

          And Hewitts husband is the old boy judge Wm Birtles of the Courts – and he’s what is called independent?

    • 414
      Anonymous says:

      pie used to advertise in the “sex maniac’s diary”… which was founded by tuppy owens… and she was linked to the nccl via ncropa.

  91. 327
    Arbeit Macht Frei says:

    “The US government and its puppet auxiliary, the UK government, have turned with vengeance against whistleblowers and their attorneys. Bradley Manning is in prison, Julian Assange is confined to the Ecuadoran Embassy in London, and Edward Snowden is under Russian protection from a tyrannical US government. Jessellyn Radack, an attorney who represented Snowden was recently detained and questioned in an intimidating way at London’s Heathrow Airport. http://rt.com/news/snowden-lawyer-heathrow-airport-346/ Washington has taught its British puppet state how to mimic Washington’s Gestapo ways.”


  92. 349
    He's Fartball crazy he's Fartball mad says:

    Like I said up thread the news showed the Bayern player who was touched oh so delicately by the Arsenal goalkeeper certainly looked like he had been shot with a magnum 44 and then whipped with barbed wire.

    He managed To get a penalty and the goalkeeper sent off so result. That’s why I never watch football games

    • 431
      Anonymous says:

      Szczesny did contact Robben . . . . but, interpreting the rules strictly, it should have been neither a penalty or a red card for Szczesny !
      Robben’s boot was high, dangerous play, free kick to Arsenal. Going for the ball with his foot so high directly in front of a challenging is a clear offence.
      In any case, Robben had no control of the ball. The ball was going out of play from Robben’s touch. Therefore it was not a clear goalscoring opportunity and a red card was not appropriate.

      • 438
        oh oh oh etc again says:

        As I said earlier ^^^ up there – but worth a repeat here methinks

        428 Oh oh oh oh what a referee and his little wooden whistle wouldn’t whistle says:
        February 20, 2014 at 4:46 am

        Can anyone explain why it is that in virtually every Champs league match in which they are involved Arsenal ALWAYS seem to have somebody sent off. Even the Man City manager was losing his cool over the officials yesterday. Must be because we are an island nation.

        Is this not dissimilar to the choice of that well known footballing nation, Qatar, as the site for the next world cup?

  93. 357
    Anonymous says:

    Wrap up Kate Moss we want the jocks to fuck off.

    • 367
      Reader says:

      That’s weird. She was put up to it by David Bowie – who lives in the USA.

      • 423
        Emporeror who has no clothes says:

        I just don’t get his music. Individual preference I understand but each to their own. Vanessa Mae on the other hand….

  94. 361
  95. 370
    Casual Observer 7 says:

    Must be censorship or bias.

    Not a whisper even on Newsnight of the DM.

    They only covered front pages of:



  96. 376
    Casual Observer 7 says:

    Even ‘the Papers’ on BBC News 24 has failed to show the Mail Front Page.


    • 386
      Bloody, bloody modbot strikes again says:

      Meanwhile over on the Sky review, it was the first item…the Mail story was covered in some detail and the question asked, ‘why nothing, not even a denial from the three accused.

      • 462
        compromised country says:

        They will either have to sue or resign.

        The usual fake apology from an MP after being sussed out in one of their thieving scams simply won’t cut it in this case.

  97. 377
  98. 382

    Herman van Rompuy says, “Feck off ya wee Scottie gits”, or words to that effect.

  99. 385
    The British media are cunts says:

    Second night in a row the BBC ignore the front page of the Daily Mail but Sky News discuss it again.

    Clearly stories that don’t involve evil Tories and alleged kiddie fiddling don’t interest the BBC, or perhaps the BBC are also involved?

    After all, we know the BBC allowed hundreds of children to be abused by their staff on their property.

    Fucking lefty scum. Get aids and die you BBC filth.

    • 389
      Bloody, bloody modbot strikes again says:

      Funny you should say that. I am absolutely positive that the BBC ran uncritical interviews with these PIE characters at the time.

      As you might imagine, the BBC were taking their lead form the uber liberal left even then.

      I think that you have hit on something.

      • 398
        The British media are cunts says:

        Would be interesting to see if the BBC have anything involving the PIE back on tape from the 60′s and 70′s.

        I would not be surprised.

        I hope the Mail picks up on the fact the BBC are not even showing the front page, why can’t they discuss the story? Either they have something to hide or they are trying to protect Labour.

    • 395
      Universal Hiss says:

      & while we are slagging off the BBC(dear me,they make it so very easy)here’s a little snippet that will go unrecorded……


    • 399
      F**k the LibLabCon says:

      The BBC is a biased and corrupt organisation staffed by perverts and with links to kiddie fiddling rings, don’t pay them a penny piece I don’t and never will.

  100. 390
    F**k the LibLabCon says:

    Gives a whole new meaning to the phrase pussy whipped.

    • 429
      M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

      He was just teaching them a little choreography. Standing there with your legs apart, punching the air while uttering guttural chants ain’t dancing.

      Nor is it very ladylike.

    • 443
      Good job says:

      I’d like to have seen similar discipline enforced at the Brit awards

    • 471
      MIKE OXHARD says:

      They look better with the masks on !

  101. 393
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Gilligan and several other journo’s visited a restaurant in central London back in 2003 supposedly to pool their knowing of facts (?) about the murder of a man in oxford.

    Ho fucking hum and Greg Dyke can get fucked too.

  102. 401
    David Cameron Is A Cunt says:

    Well here we have ultimate proof that not only is Cameron a Hunt but he is also a superficial, intellectually lightweight, fool as well.

  103. 408
    frank says:

    And to think of the obsessive interest the Ministry of Truth showed in a few harmless UKIP nutters!
    Jimmy SAVILE will destroy Labour.

    • 459
      compromised country says:

      Jimmy SAVILE could also destroy the Tories. The non-cing scandals are cross party, hence the mutual silence for decades on the matter from the Westminster class.

  104. 411
    Disgusted says:

    It says alot about Ed Miliband as a father and man if he lets those two pedo supporters remain in their positions.

    You can be a racist and repent
    You can be a tory and repent

    But the worse thing you can be in this world is a child diddler or supporter of child diddlers. Their is no coming back or repentance for that, all pedos should be shot.

    Dromey and Harman are scum, kick them out or forever be known as weak.

  105. 416
    Universal Hiss says:

    Oh dear,
    Andrew seems to be as ratty as Darling on the indy debate……….

    @Masked_Scot @traquir @farrochie Who are all these horrible little cybernats? So brave – as they behind their anonymity. Scum of Scotland.— Andrew Neil (@afneil) February 19, 2014

  106. 417

    Dave really needs a new slogan manager, although I’m happy to spectate as one nauseating slogan after another tries to win the public over.

  107. 419
    Lateral Thought says:

    Given that it is a fact now that global cooling is set to be the dominant change in climate over the next few years, why are some of the more obvious implications of this not being discussed ?

    In particular, one of the most direct effects of global cooling will be the impact on crop yields. Admittedly, with modern fertilizers (largely made in processes which require natural gas as input…) nature can be coaxed into yielding crops at the level required to sustain large populations in most countries. But even with fertilizers, crops will yield much less with reduced sunlight and cooler air temperatures through the year than during the warmer period of just a few years ago.

    The reduced harvests witnessed in the US over the past few years, and the poor harvest even in the UK last year are testament to this particular force of nature.

    So why is there no frank and open discussion of this issue – the single most important concern of public and social policy at present ? Perhaps the single biggest immediate issue and threat to confront civil society since the last World War ?

    There is a concept known as the Malthusian catastrophe.

    This was put forward in 1798 by Thomas Malthus in ‘An Essay on the Principal of Population’. Malthus states that a population will be forced to return to a subsistence level of existence if the rate of growth of population exceeds agricultural production.

    He stated further that the vices of mankind in such a situation would act as the principal agent of depopulation, a precursor to the decisive collapse that would be enforced upon man by nature itself.

    There could be an argument made that the apparent rise of the murderous cult of socialism, and the current Green agendas which seek to inequitably conserve reduced hydrocarbon resources are examples of such vices in action: the final gasp before nature herself deals a decisive hammer blow.

    Why else would energy policy have been altered to reduce reliable generating capacity other than if it was expected that the size of population that would have access to such resources was to be much smaller in the not too distant future ?

    • 421


      • 422
        Lateral Thought says:

        The problem with energy production could be.

        The problem with food production would not be.

        The actions of the E’nvironment A’gency and DEFRA in helping to create the conditions which have seen much farmland flooded this winter – which will lead to a man-induced reduction in agricultural output this year – should be looked at again much more critically.

        Nature is going to be yielding less anyway, and does not need any additional help in that regard.

  108. 424
    Jimmy says:

    Can this mug please sort of the Environment Agency? Just pulled these two comments from EA staff at http://www.insidetheenvironmentagency.co.uk – f**king joke:

    Jeremy: “Ah, the good old days of being an Environment Officer. The days when you had to beg for work because there was so little to do. It’s been many years, but sounds like nothing has changed. Do you still do drive arounds to find work to do? I remember the days fondly, driving around aimlessly for hours trying to find anything to build up workload.”

    John: “You can consider me one of those senior EA manager – worked in various functions for 9 years, the last 3 as a AEM before leaving in 2011. Most functions outside of FCRM are over funded and inefficient (sustainable places, biodiversity, groundwater, fisheries, even EM itself). At least a fifth of the budget could be re-allocated to higher priority projects by reducing these functions without any detrimental impact to their ability to meet legislative requirements. Unfortunately, the Pitt Review from the 2007 floods was rushed, so didn’t go far enough, otherwise, the EA would not again be in the position it is in. That being said, there are some very fine, hard-working and dedicated employees.”

  109. 445

    Whilst on the subject of the mug which is Dave, we should remember that the largest penis ever discovered belongs to the blue whale with a normal length of some 10 feet and a diameter of 12 inches.

  110. 446
  111. 448
    Jacobite half-seas over the water says:

    Cameron, along with his entire crew and crowd, are phonies. Peter Hitchens is the only true conservative.

    • 451
      Jacobite half-seas over the water says:

      Was there ever a more accurate and incisive characterization of Cameron than this?

  112. 449

    Send in the commandos to Spain to teacj them a lesson not to intetfere with the Royal Navy

  113. 450
    An awkward bastard says:

    Behind that mugshot of Dave is a computer with the screen displayed.

    The screen displayed contains confidential information.

    I trust Guido has had his visit and fine from the Data Protection Officer.

  114. 453
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    I always claim to talk facts and evidence. Even though I have no evidence for my childish claims on the causes of the economic crisis.

  115. 465
    Genghiz the kahn says:

    Imagine my surprise to discover that the Daily Mail isn’t reviewed on BBC again.

  116. 466
    MIKE OXHARD says:

    Another catchy saying of Daves is “Our Country” , It’s Not Your country, Your country is over the water in Europe ,as it is for the rest of your corrupt ilk who gave it away

    This is OUR country and one day we will take it back , and hold the likes of you responsible for it’s demise

  117. 467
    Casual Observer 7 says:

    The mail have been rightly scathing of the BBC recently:


    No doubt soon some lefty mong outfit, led by the BBC, will have the crime of blackmail made illegal because it causes rac!al offence.

  118. 468
    MIKE OXHARD says:

    Seems like Dave was getting “Sloppy seconds” after Blair

    • 475

      Good morning, sir.

      A long absence, it seems.

      I trust that you are in finest fettle?

      • 478
        MIKE OXHARD says:

        Hi mate trust you are well ?
        Iv’e not been around as it’s taking for ever to even get on Guido these days
        there must be something wrong with my computer

        off to earn a crust now ,all be it a stale one

  119. 470
    Casual Observer 7 says:

    Have noticed in the minimal BBC content I have seen recently that production standards have significantly declined, with many more basic production errors being evident.

    The subtitling errors seem to be in line with the pitiful state of the BBC’s online output:


  120. 472
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    My Cabinet and myself will be going to Robert Mugabe’s birthday party a great free fighter economic giant true hero of the people and a nice man, A HERO for all

  121. 476
    MIKE OXHARD says:

    Today Dave will Announce an aid package for the opposition in the Ukraine
    He is sending them 20 million car tyres , that EU legeslation bans us from disposing of

  122. 481
    Dave Von Cameroon says:

    I am ready to lead in 2015

  123. 482
    Cleggster-down says:

    Just take a close look at cameron’s mush… years of inbreeding, doing jack-sh*t all in his life except spungin’ and take it up the ar*e.

  124. 483
    Graham says:

    Useless idiot and a one-term disaster.

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