March 10th, 2014

SKETCH: Dostoyevsky Off the A-Level Syllabus

Cameron reported a number of cautious, prudent and responsible measures to deal with the shirtless, bareback, gun-slinging psychopath with a nuclear arsenal.

Edward Miliband cautiously, prudently and responsibly urged him to be marginally less prudent and cautious, insofar as prudent responsibility would allow.

Miliband urged the Prime Minister to apply “maximum influence on allies” – up to and including the use of sarcasm.

The Prime Minister said Russian activity in the Crimea was “completely indefensible” – something the Crimean army has amply demonstrated. He also said in this grave hour, the Russian behaviour will “incur consequences”.

The Royal Family will not be going to the Paralympics.

They mean it to sting, all right. That’s a cut direct. How will Putin respond? The stakes are high. Europe is a tinderkeg.

The suspended preparations for the G8 will continue in a state of suspension. Be under no illusion: that’s not a go-slow, it’s an actual interruption. It’s a lacuna, the Foreign Office says, not a hiatus. That’s how serious it is.

Ministers won’t meet their Russian counterparts. Immigration talks will be postponed. Dostoyevsky will be taken off the A-level syllabus.

This retaliatory inactivity is a diplomatic strategy at which our world-class civil service excels.

On the positive side, a Facebook page has been set up so the leaders of Russia and the leaders of the Ukraine can talk to each other. And we in the West can only pray – ‘like’ each other too.

In the event that this robust package of doing nothing doesn’t succeed, the second phase of sanctions will start immediately. That is, immediately after Christmas.


323 Comments

  1. 1
    Blackpool's foremost syndicated geopolitical commentator says:

    What about our president?

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  2. 2
    Call Me Dave says:

    What needs to happen is gay marriage in the Ukraine, some rattling good bumming. Maybe a daisy chain from Sevastopol to kiev to show togetherness.

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      Myfanwy says:

      I think Dave and Co are starting come apart at the seams banning a writer who has been dead for 130 odd years, I have a horrible feeling that Dave will be regarded by the name of one of Dovstoyevsky’s novels by the Russians, can you tell what that is yet?

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      • 88
        jgm2 says:

        It’s a joke Myfanwy. Dovstoyevsky has not been taken off the ‘A’ Level syllabus.

        It’s lampooning the half-hearted ‘sanctions’ being applied to Put in.

        The Russains are no mugs. They know how the game is played. We don’t give a fuck but we have to be seen to be doing something so we ‘withhold’ some minister going to watch cripples curling.

        Russia responds by withdrawing their cultural attache.

        Russia anschlusses the Crimea.

        We refuse to go to the G8.

        12 months later diplomatic ties are ‘normalised’.

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        • 209
          Spartacus says:

          maybe so, but i always wished they would take that shackespeer sh1te off of the syllabus

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          • Myfanwy says:

            Spartacus, you have to admit Shakespeare was a very good cheer leader for the Tudor dynasty, an awful lot of history has been taken from his plays, sort of similar to the way US “factual historical” films portray events in the past a good example “Brave Heart”, doing Salmons work for him.

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          • Anonymous says:

            mmmm. one point of view.

            from the moment i was forced to take and failed english literature for the second time, i have never, and shall never read, listen to, or watch any of that rubbish ever again.

            to read or not to read that is the question (what boll0cks)

            diary of a nobody was another of the reading books – more sh1te

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        • 288
          Myfanwy says:

          jgm2, you are not saying that the the Fawkes blog would publish porkies as fact, tut, tut

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          Tom Catesby says:

          Would’ sanctions include stopping gangster billioniers’ wives/mistresses shopping in Oxford St or Bond St or is that too serious?

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  3. 4
    Nuckfuts McGibbons says:

    Are you aware of what bareback means to people like Nigel Evans?

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  4. 5
    Podiceps says:

    A mass demonstration of futility.

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    • 67
      Blackpool's foremost syndicated geopolitical commentator says:

      Fine definition of the Houses of Parliament.

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  5. 7
    Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

    One minute Cameron, Clegg and Milliband support open borders and the free movement of people, the next minute it’s stay away and you’re not welcome in someone else’s country.
    Hypocrisy rules UK !!!

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    Bill Quango MP says:

    Best not push Putin too hard. Not when he’s the energy king.
    Let’s not forget the words of Foreign Secretary Edward Grey in 1914.

    “The pilot lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our lunchtime.”

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  7. 9

    What really pisses off Dave and the rest of the Europhiles is that Putin has given the EU a bloody nose twice over it’s expansionist policies, first in Syria and now in the Russian heartlands. If this war goes hot, it will be entirely the fault of the power-mad bureaucrats in Brussels and their sock-puppets in the EU parliament. As for the UK, I’m now a convinced proponent of, “Better Off Out” and am preparing for swivel – eyed fruitcake-dom.

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    • 240
      Anonymous says:

      Very true, it’s taken Putin to show the UK voters how dangerous the expansionary EU are.

      It’s also great watching former labour lovers of Russia utterly confused and divided in their disloyalty as their mother Russia sticks a Tsarist 2 fingers up at the failing, weak, divided and economically doomed EU.

      It’s hilarious watching Russia make the EU look undemocratic, I love how he has turned the wests (or the EU’s) language against itself, genius.

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    • 247
      Curly top says:

      Got it in one! Let us hope that this all signifies the beginning of the end for the monstrous unelected and unwanted EU. If even Putin doesn’t like his fellow Commies, then there must be something seriously wrong somewhere. Just hope he doesn’t decide to go to serious war over it as that way everybody loses.

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    The Association of greedy lawyers, estate agents and money launderers says:

    We must ensure that Russian kleptocrats retain their confidence in London.

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    • 242
      Anonymous says:

      Quisling dave the UK spoon face, deserves 5 rounds in a ring with Putin.

      My money is on the one who is proud of their country and values it’s language, culture and traditions and actively promotes the same.

      I wouldn’t vote for the spoon faced fat arsed idiot who brutally suppress his voters, and then cowardly smears them and tries to get them jailed on spurious grounds.

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    tatar for now says:

    europe does have some leverage – the kleptos use it to launder their stolen assets – so its up to us – is their swag worth more to us than an easing of tyranny in ukraine?

    one feels confident that messrs blair and mandelson would have an objective view on this

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      C O (Ξ6) says:

      Foreign Policy is dictated by interest, so their swag will be worth more than easing of tyranny to the UK, and most of the rest of Europe.

      However, Europe is now very much split as P’oland / B’altic states and H’ungary for example have vivid memories still of when Russ!a did this to them in the past. This is opening up some serious splits in Europe at present that is shifting the balance away from swag and towards defeating tyranny, much to the chagrin of G’ermany.

      European leverage is minimal because the klepto’s in the R-Fed are politically neutered. Those who are politically connected do not keep their money anywhere near Europe.

      This will be resolved by NATO / US : The tricky balance is going to be preventing F’rance / G’ermany taking this opportunity to steal business from UK which would perhaps be enough to spark a real conflict within Europe.

      When you look at the overall picture it becomes very clear that the EU does not deliver either stability or security to its member states.

      In the immediate instance of U’kraine, EU Foreign Policy has comprehensively failed, but that failure cannot be held as reason for P’tin’s actions.

      P’tin’s actions have only highlighted that Europe has seriously misjudged him and the intentions of the R-Fed in general.

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      • 51
        Blowing Whistles 1 says:

        The EU behemoth is ‘finished’ it started properly dying years ago.

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        • 53
          C O (Ξ6) says:

          Agreed. It died sometime during the credit crunch.

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          • Blowing Whistles 1 says:

            And let’s have a look at all the politicals and journo’s and legals who STILL promote that utter fucking 5hit. Well well doesn’t it say something for the few against the masses … now where is that rope i ordered on amazon for some lamp posts?

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          • Von Rumpumpy says:

            Lets hope you are right.

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      • 55
        tatar for now says:

        thanks for a serious answer

        q’s: has uk got anything worth stealing?

        are the russian / ukrainian interests of france germany or utd states larger relative to their economies than those of the uk?

        are the interests of mrs merkel the same as those of nato / us?

        isn’t the uk (for once) comfortably unemcumbered?

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        • 104
          C O (Ξ6) says:

          UK has plenty worth stealing, but do not see relevance.

          Suspect that in real terms G’ermany / F’rance may be larger than the UK – but need to look up the numbers. G’ermany / F’rance are directly dependent for energy / resources to feed their industry, and R-Fed is a large purchaser of their finished goods.

          NATO is only concerned with defence. As an entity it has no independent political or foreign policy interests. It simply serves its members as obliged.

          US interest is concerned mainly with reducing it’s security costs in Europe. Interest in U is mainly concerned with containing R-Fed and reducing the threat the R-Fed poses globally.

          M’erkel – or G’ermany’s interests can be seen to be somewhat different.

          They are complicated for G’ermany as B’erlin is regional power competitor to M’oscow (and relatively weak at present) and through the EU is needing to balance the legitimate demands of the E’astern B’loc member states with the contrary economic interests of G’ermany and F’rance.

          There is also competition between states to take advantage of this situation, which is where the issue of R-Fed business through L’ondon has likely sourced from. F’rankfurt would love to handle the oligarchs money. (NB: Much cash has been re-flowing back into C’yprus recently.)

          R-Fed is using this to seed division among EU member states: One should not discount that medium to long term the R-Fed will have plans to capture European capital, or have the EU absorbed into it’s proposed Eurasian Union structure.

          UK unencumbered: No.

          A large proportion of UK pension funds are tied to investments in Russ!a, companies such as BP also have large investments there.

          Clearing the oligarchs out of L’ondon could be done quite easily and would not really hurt the UK much. However, if R-Fed retaliated by nationalizing and freezing UK capital which is tied up in R-Fed that would cause very big problems for the UK.

          Unlike F’rance or G’ermany which have direct dependence on physical resources that are otherwise hard to come by, the UK has unnecessarily entangled itself with a trading partner which cannot be trusted.

          Correcting that error over time will be painful, and the current situation has warped the UK’s ability to make coherent foreign policy decisions, and could be argued as responsible for some of the distortions that are evident in the UK economy.

          A subtle lesson here is that bestowing political power to foreign or domestic private corporate interests is really not a good idea, especially if the foreign corporate interests are politically detached from their repressive foreign government.

          There should have been some enforcement of regulations which are designed to manage geo-political risk for the financial services sector and certain large UK companies.

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          • Blowing Whistles 1 says:

            The only real wealth is created by people who actually do work – not people who create false money – hence that people who really work have their wealth nicked from them by bent governments.

            The Capitalist system as it is; is fucking totally corrupted from the top down – it is not ‘the people / the public’ who fucked it up – it is those in the highest positions of power who have mismanaged the whole fucking system while their noses have been in the trough – it has been slowly imploding on them because they just cannot admit that they have fucked up.

            Labour can go fuck themselves with their forked-tongue marxist / socialist rhetoric. And the extreme right wing greedy fucking capitalists can go fuck themselves as well as they are no better than their labour party counterparts.

            What if the neo.cons / AI.PAC / P.NAC / Bilderbuggers / Masons / Common Perps / ZioChrist.ians.judeo.s – are all controlled themselves – doesn’t it all come down to about 50 odd elitist people in the world who really want their fucking necks wringing and not 250 odd years before their and their ancestors’ time?

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          • T May says:

            Yankee Go Home.

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          • Loosehead says:

            Aren’t y’ou g’oing c’rosse’yed f’rom a’ll t’hose a’postrophes?

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          • tatar for now says:

            i’ll consider more later today – but how strange that again uk has committed to a duff trading partner
            1970′s in a small city bank we still had paperwork from the 1917 revolution’s abandonment of tsarist debt – there had been a naivety in pre ww1 comitments

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  10. 12
    AlecM says:

    Oh Dear, I can imagine Gavrilo Princip cleaning his AK47……..

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  11. 13
    Hamjam must be on K says:

    Can we take it Simon Carr has finally been paid his arrears. Hopefully he can now be paid PAYE on the 10th of the month in the future.

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  12. 14
    Maimed Codger says:

    Bet a Union is still giving money to their Communist Brothers…

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  13. 15
    Gay Mafia says:

    Dave — get the case stopped on some technicality — or get the witnesses to go for a walk in the woods — what is the point in us keeping quiet about your “indiscretions” if you won’t stop them persecuting Nigel?

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  14. 18
    Hamjam says:

    So we have admitted bender behaviour from a senior member of the HoCracy, what a state of affairs, what with homosexualist marriage and Yanks hell bent(sic) on being drugged up as a routine occurrence without fear or control on their activities. Friends you need to join the great Religion, the only, the one and only Iss-slim.

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    • 21
      Vlad always wins says:

      i can and will straighten out the, what you call bender, and hamjam will be cossack whipped. Vote Vlad.

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    Sir Bentley Pauncefoot (deceased) says:

    Our response needs to be what the Chatham House chappies describe as “nuanced”.

    Apparently, this involves adopting the position, fondly imagining that Vlad the Impaler will remember William’s name in the morning, and murmuring “punching above our weight”.

    Splendid.

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  17. 34
    Nemesis says:

    The Russians leave us standing and there’s nothing we or any of the EU can do about it. The UK lacks any clout these days and depends on Russian financial dealings, France is wrapped up in supplying arms etc to Russia and that fucking ludicrous nation Germany is in hoc to Russia for much of its gas energy because it decided no nuclear power and no fracking. So all these nations have left is to wag a finger at Putin and say, ‘don’t be a naughty boy’.

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  18. 35
    hold on a min says:

    I’m appalled that British Paralympians are being
    used by hypocritical politicians and denied the respect
    they deserve.Many have trained for years,under the
    most challenging circumstances,to represent our country
    and their brave efforts should be recognised.

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    • 42
      Sport is the last refuge of the patriot says:

      Well, I never asked them to take up their hobbies, let alone claim to represent me while they indulge themselves.

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      • 47
        Nemesis says:

        Jeez, I’ve been modded for replying to No42. Come on Guido even you surely don’t support a twat like that?

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        • 75
          Podiceps says:

          You’re dealing with a crude list of banned words, not with anything intelligent. Why do people keep assuming that the modbot has intentions?

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      • 126
        Anonymous says:

        Politicians learned with the Moscow Olympics that there is no point in appealing to athletes not to go to these things, they don’t give a shit about anything other than indulging in their stupid games.

        It’s ridiculous in the 21st century that people hero worship these idiots because they can run faster, jump higher etc. than somebody else. The BBC interviews them with total reverence as they open their mouths and prove that there is nothing going on in their heads.

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        • 241
          Wayne Rooney says:

          I’m worth my £300k a week, because I’m ginger.

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          • Curly top says:

            Because of that outrageous development I have just cancelled my season ticket. MU not worth watching any more any way.

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          • M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

            Another Glory Hunter jumps ship. You could support Liverpool now – you’ll be able to keep your red scarf.

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  19. 40
    Well stated! says:

    A good piece of journalism.

    Putin, truly believes he can get away with this because he thinks or he knows we are weak. Look at his foreign policy in Syria. The atrocities that are being unchallenged because Bushy Blair’s failed foreign policies.

    The West must teach the bully Putin a lesson & soon.

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    • 49
      Nemesis says:

      Putin is stronger than all the West apart for the USA and they won’t do anything about him. I say well done Putin, if this country can colonise the Falklands then surely Russia is entitled to the Crimea at least.

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      • 56
        the reality is says:

        Assad is standing firm against Muslim fundamentalists.
        Putin is standing firm against EU expansionism.

        I hope both of them succeed.

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        • 91
          confused dot com says:

          I don’t remember the expansion of EU ever being debated in Parliament or mentioned in any manifesto. I voted to join a Common Market of familiar western European counties, not to subsidise corrupt fascist governments in the former Soviet Union.
          What has happened?

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          • Podiceps says:

            If voting changed anything, they’d make it illegal.
            —— Emma Goldman

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          • Blowing Whistles 1 says:

            Confused – There are lists out there of ‘all of their names’ – they have nowhere to run and they have nowhere to hide.

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      • 59
        Non Sequitur says:

        There are a few gaps in your logic there. ;-)

        If the UK were to occupy Southern !reland, hold a referendum at gunpoint to bring them into the Union after changing their government, not forgetting to ban G’aelic also forcing them all to watch the BBC only, then you might be able to make such a case.

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        • 82
          The British media are cunts, especially the BBC says:

          @40 “Well stated!” is an obvious LibLabCon troll. Probably CCHQ.

          Just ignore the mother-fucker!

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        • 87
          Airey Belvoir says:

          In my experience they all watch the BBC anyway, because TFE is such shite.

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        • 97
          Suvvern Oirland says:

          Strangely enough:
          Loads of people already watch BBC here, without provocation.
          Sadly, a majority wouldn’t care if you banned Gaelic.
          We’re well-used to referendums (and referendum re-runs, for the ‘correct’ result) here.
          Also, given that the British Army has managed to find a reason to “re-visit” most places where they were militarily defeated or stalemated in the last 150 years (Kabul, Basra, etc.), we’re kind of expecting them back someday.

          On the other hand, it would be The Evil of Two Lessers if they came back to liberate us from the EU…

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          • potato salad says:

            Perhaps you would have preferred a flight into your little airports full of Afghan or Iraqi terror mobs, people died for your western skin. BTW, who stabbed us in the back in WW2?

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          • Ballykissangel says:

            ** taps nose **

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          • Suvvern Oirland says:

            @potato salad

            Why do you begrudge us our freedom? Are you a descendant of Cromwell?

            ‘BTW’, check your facts on WW2: British airmen who crash landed in the South were transported quietly to the border, and released. Only Germans were interned. Also, if Churchill wanted Irish ports in WW2, he could have just taken them militarily. The truth is, he didn’t really need them, as he had one major deep water port at Londonderry, i.e., Lough Foyle. The further truth is it suited Churchill to have a neutral state as a buffer at Britain’s back door, which the Germans would likely leave alone for the duration.

            Nobody stabbed you in the back, pal.

            Also, 100,000 people from the South served in British Forces in WW2:
            http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/northern_ireland/8095110.stm

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          • Maximus says:

            Insightful, S. Oirland about the “re-visit”s – I had wondered that myself in a civilizational sense. If there is any truth in it, shall we look forward, as time unwinds in reverse, to meeting with Brian Boruma mac Cennetig again?

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          • Suvvern Oirland says:

            @Maximus
            You’ve just met him! I’m a linear descendant of Brian.

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          • Potato salad says:

            I R A back stabbing twats.

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          • Suvvern Oirland says:

            @ Potato Face

            Good to see you’re still there!
            By the way, “back-stabbing” should be hyphenated.

            (Things are really bad when the Irish have to teach the English how to speak English….)

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          D Cameroron says:

          FFS you Hunt.

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    Anonymous says:

    The BBC says

    “Can the tax on bankers’ bonuses really provide enough start-up cash when the aforementioned financiers are so practised avoiding such levies?”

    So blame the bankers again. I have no time for bankers but surely the question should have been andwhat is the elephant in the BBC news studio

    “Can the tax on bankers’ bonuses really provide enough start-up cash when the aforementioned bonuses have already been spent 11 times over by Miliband and Labour.”

    The BBC censoring the truth yet again. The masses are in for more than a shock after the election when they discover they have been lied too by Labour themselves.

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    • 83
      Moddly botted again says:

      Or….Can a tax on BBC talent really provide enough start-up cash when the aforementioned talent is so practised avoiding such levies

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  21. 50
    Putin is bogged in that hell hole in Syria and is going nowhere. says:

    So Putin is repeating the Cuban crisis thingymagig for those who missed it the first time round. I do not fear Russia one iota. If the west really want to they can sort the bullying tyrant out once & for all even if China & Iran make farting noises.

    The pro peace for 50years European doormats are shit scared of their gas bill going through the roof. We have 18 months to meltdown! .

    Ed Miliband must take on the Energy tyrant that is Putin immediately and singled handedly and he will win the election in 2030! Guaranteed!

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  22. 57
    Ed Miliband says:

    The bonus tax I intend to levy on the bankers will not only solve the UK’s financial problems, it will also solve the financial problems of the whole world. It’s socialist elastic money.
    My last boss saved the world, now so will I, it’s the right thing to do. One Nation, One Bankers Bonus Tax, One Hero – me.
    What could go wrong?

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    • 86
      Fishy says:

      One nation (excluding the bankers)

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      • 174
        Skeleton bob says:

        And excluding global warming sceptics and excluding EU sceptics and excluding those who want to have some control over immigration and excluding anyone with any savings or a pension they have saved all their life for.

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  23. 61
    The Green Fairy says:

    For ‘tinderkeg’ read ‘Kinder egg’ throughout.

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  24. 65
    Ethnically cleansing Britain says:

    Notice the BBC press coverage given to the murder of Stephen Lawrence vs the coverage of the murder of PC Blakelock.

    Black teenage race murder -> deity vs White middle aged copper race murder -> scum

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    Blackpool's foremost syndicated geopolitical commentator says:

    Res ipsa loquitur

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  26. 67
    Vlad always wins says:

    This Gordon brown man from small part of small islamd, no island, no is islamd as gut of old country wrenched away by invader force who do many bad things. No headmaster now safe from zealots. So your gordon brown wants scotchisland to be big power with England, I also believe big power from, no for, Crimea.

    not

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  27. 69
    Dr. Who says:

    The Crimea used to be part of Russia, it is full of Russians and if they, like the falkland islanders and the population of Gib demand to be ‘part’ of the UK, then why not let the crimea revert to Russia?

    Furthermore any sort of military action on our part will only be some sort of updated charge of the light brigade – only this time the Russians would destroy us before we even had a chance to charge. Or, more likely, Putin would turn off the gas taps.

    Sure we could try to ‘destroy’ the rouble but on recent performance; the laws of unintended consequences and the modern shallow short term thinking of our politicians scares the shit out of me.

    Forget the posturing, if we believe in democracy then let the people of the Crimea decide.

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    • 77
      Kevin in accounts says:

      For” Crimea” why not read” Scotland”.

      If the Crimeans wish to renounce the EU and be closer to Russia (which is the way their ousted President was turning) then so be it.

      If the Scots vote for independence and want away from England and the EU will Cameron start to behave like the Western Ukrainians?

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      • 110
        Anything interesting happened? says:

        Oily Al wants “away from England” but staying/getting straight back INTO the EU. Kevin, stick to lusting after Blackpool beauticians and leave the growed up stuff to growed ups.

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  28. 72
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    “incur consequences” Cameron says.

    I bet they are bricking themselves in Moscow over this tonight.

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    • 112
      Interfax says:

      Reports coming in of a toilet flushing and the sound of laughter following arrival of latest telegram from Britain.

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  29. 79
    Questions of our time says:

    Now…here’s a question…was WikiGuido ever approached by Nigel Evans in any sexual way what so ever?

    There will be approxiametly 5 weeks to respondto this question!

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  30. 84
    The British media are cunts, especially the BBC says:

    Re: Godon Brown’s talk today re Scotchland independence.

    Who the fuck let that psychopath to be allowed to talk in front of a press conference again in his lifetime?

    Total, utter fuckwits!

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  31. 89
    An Old Fashioned Misogynist says:

    I must admit that Rachel Reeves does bore me to tears…but I would an ‘alf love to jizz all over her face!

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    • 98
      Count Basic says:

      ahhhh…a jizz musician….that music’s too messy for my tastes.

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    • 102
      To the tune of Frère Jacques says:

      Boring snoring
      Boring snoring
      Rachel Reeves
      Rachel Reeves
      I sound like a foghorn
      I sound like a foghorn
      Honk honk honk
      Honk honk honk

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  32. 92
    Paralympic Skier says:

    Did I win!

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  33. 103
    aurora borealis says:

    dave not looking very effective at the mo. seems to be trying to hit putin with a feather duster, not to mention his lack of control of some of his own mp’s who are currently finding notoriety.

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    The Birtish media are cunts, especially the BBC says:

    Propaganda Watch

    I’ve heard it all now…on BBC News 24 they just announced “an Iranian link to the missing airplane has just been announced”.

    …and then no other comment.

    These dirty fucking cnuts know no morals what-so-ever.

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    • 115
      Call me Dave says:

      Putin’s auntie Nikita did it.

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    • 116
      jgm2 says:

      No fucking way.

      Seriously?

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      • 125
        C O (Ξ6) says:

        !ranian guy bought tickets in T’hailand for the two guys who were travelling on lost/stolen A’ustrian / I’talian passports.

        Apparently his name is Ali.

        May be nothing, other than a bit of people trafficking, but that the guys in question missed their first flight, so Al! bought them a second set of tickets (on the MH370 flight), is a bit fishy.

        Ali apparently buys air tickets at least once a month for his ‘clients’ but was unavailable for comment when his T’ehran mobile was called.

        (h/t Ha’aretz: http://tinyurl.com/ndt9jhe )

        Authorities in B’angkok earlier confirmed that the passports in question had not been used to exit T’hailand.

        (h/t Bangkok Post: h**p://tinyurl.com/lf28266 )

        There was a terrorist threat against Ch!na called in to T’aipei last week according to T’aiwan’s spy chief:

        (h/t SCMP: h**p://tinyurl.com/ppcj5br )

        - Contradicts early reports which were stating that there had been no ‘intelligence chatter’.

        That should not be so difficult for the BBC to put together, and have left out Air M’alaysia’s prior convictions in N’ew Z’ealand for carrying folk on false passports.

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          Blowing Whistles 1 says:

          Have some of this then – CO Bar3 – i have not dropped from i’s Radar that a certain group of people have ‘form’ at getting into a country with 11 or so persons using false and fake passports to do a ‘hit’ and then they ‘get’ out. Said issue seems to have fallen off many peoples’ radars on that hit – and of course that whole issue has been ‘buried’ with not one indictment against fucking mos.sads men and women by the UN or the ICC or any body who isn’t fucking scared witless or craven to the Moss.ad …

          Perhaps the malayan authorities might want to take a closer look at who loaded the plane and the cctv footage of the baggage handlers and of every single person on the flight list – esp anyone with diplomatic or other highly political connections.

          Also The presshounds seem to be avoiding any ref to a ‘rogue missile’ – but they never kill people do they?

          With the utmost of respect to the innocents who have died.

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          • JadedJean10 says:

            An astute comment and observation. I was in Dubai the month before that particular hit in 2010.

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          • JadedJean10 says:

            Addendum

            All ten of those Western suspects had their facial photos taken by the the Dubai authorities yet those pictures were never exposed to the Western MSM. To date none of those suspects have ebever been arrested.

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          • Curly top says:

            So, if the plane was not abducted by aliens, where tf is it hiding – and if it is under the sea why is the apparently indestructible black box sonar not emitting any signal? Surely some international radar trackers must have an idea if it actually switched off its transponders and went off in a different direction?

            Most curiousful.

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        • 254
          M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

          People trafficking?

          Who the fuck would want to sneak into China, FFS?

          And if “Ali” is an Iranian name then I’m a Chinaman.

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    • 127
      Donny Putin-Thaholski says:

      IS Nigel Evans a gay rapist, though?

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  36. 120
    Nigel Evans says:

    Winston Churchill once said “keep buggering on” sage advice.

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    • 135
      Right Full Rudder says:

      He’s not the only one. Wikiguido should name names.

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      • 148
        Blowing Whistles 1 says:

        Guido has the names of those involved in Op Countryman – he stated as much during Leveson did he not? So let’s be avin you Guido eh?

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      • 203
        It goes back a long way says:

        Apparently, Woy Jenkins was wodgering Tony Crosland at Uni, according to the DM.

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  37. 124
    gyac says:

    so yeah i have got a leak for you guido so i am going to send it your way so that you can then sell it to pervdoch and quite obivously it then will never see the light of day. hope the tens of thousand of pounds it yields for you comes in handy and i shall have a warm smile on my face as a bunch of hard fuckers batter me to death.

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  38. 129
    Ctesibius says:

    Spooky. I was picking my nose while lying on the sofa while watching BBC news. At that exact moment the Maximum Imbecile appeared on the Idiot’s Lantern and the bogey dropped, of all places, onto me lower lip. Naturally I disposed of it but it shows the compelling power of Gordon Brown’s nosepicking.

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  39. 132
    Right Full Rudder says:

    Putin’s far from a psychopath. That’s a better description of the people trying to turn Europe into the U.S.E.

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  40. 138
    The Face of the EU says:

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  41. 141
    New Balls says:

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  42. 144
    Tories Cover up for Homosexual MP says:

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  43. 146
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    http://bzfd.it/N1ZoqP

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  44. 147
    Tories Cover up sexual assaults by Homosexual MP says:

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  45. 154
    Nick Clegg could not organise a Piss up in a Brewery says:

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  46. 155
    Unite says:

    Do you like our ad? David Cameron is wrecking the… sorry our NHS.

    Not sure how. He’s put more money in than ever before. But lord knows we can’t blame our parasite seat-warming bureaucrat union members who infest it in various well-paid non-jobs and rob it of billions in wages, bonuses, perks and pensions while recruiting for Common Purpose and causing more deaths than some of the people hanged at Nuremberg. And we can’t blame Labour for robbing it of yet more billions in PFI commitments. So the Tories it is.

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  47. 163
    Things are looking up says:

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    • 167
      jgm2 says:

      ‘That’s how we deal with homosexuals.’

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    • 200
      Yeehaa says:

      They’ve spotted a Barraco Barner drone.

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    • 208
      Mullah Bomber says:

      I bought those guys their air tickets.

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    • 256
      UKIP for me says:

      Look at a so called liberal progressive woman willingly wearing a burkha and head covering, no wonder the islamist fundamentalists view the West as weaklings to be exploited.

      Ashton has betrayed millions of women living under the heel of religious nutters handing these fundamentalists the perfect justification for their continued oppression of women.

      A liberal progressive left wing woman doing what the mullahs demand of her by wearing the clothes of oppression? Whats next? maybe she should buy some knee pads so she can enter the negotiation room on her knees to show how much she ‘respects’ these bigots.

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    • 261
      Flipper says:

      You call

      Heads he loses the hand tails he goes free

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  48. 171
    Fred the Shred Goodwin says:

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  49. 179
    Tories even more perverted than LibDems says:

    Student staying at former speaker Nigel Evans’ home ‘texted friend about unwelcome advances … then woke as he was being r@ped’

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2577468/Former-deputy-speaker-Nigel-Evans-used-influence-Westminster-sexually-assault-young-men.html

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    • 182
      Nigel, I plummeted to earth @ 150mph and walked away with some fag says:

      Links to media sources are SOO yawny. Say, do or think something funny, original or downright crazy.

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      • 184
        Nigel, I plummeted to earth @ 150mph and walked away with some fag-ash on my lapel, Farage says:

        Oi !! Stop purloining my moniker.

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        • 189
          Nigel, I plummeted to earth @ 150mph and walked away with some fag says:

          Sorry. There seems to be a shortage of names these days.

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    • 187
      MPs Cheer and praise MP accused of multiple sexual crimes including R@PE. says:

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      • 251
        UKIP for me says:

        I understand this alleged sex predator is renting the trusty sword of truth and justice from Huhne who got it from McShame. Watch out for an early guilty plea to shorten the sentence to a few weeks.

        Its a two tier justice system, one law for them and one for us, they can lie and lie about being innocent right up to the point they admit guilt and get away Scot free.

        Evans can look forward to a lavishly paid quango job on his release possibly looking after victims of sex attacks, maybe he can invite them home to give them comfort.

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  50. 183
    Lucky Luciana says:

    I just switched over to The Michael McIntyre Chat Show and saw sitting in the audience Luciana Berger, or if not her, the most remarkable lookalike.

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  51. 188
    Pthe British media are cunts, especially the BBC says:

    Wow!

    A very BBC stage managed propaganda exercise on NN tonight with Paxo, not even in the same room, with a fake/ne Ufrainian parliamentarian.

    Stage managed Paxo questions and time delayed answers.

    It is propoaganda at its best.

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  52. 202
    Bet he was a Tory says:

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  53. 216
    C O (Ξ6) says:

    Fake passport holders on MH370 identified as !ranian nationals:

    http://tinyurl.com/mjdq453

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  54. 228

    “The Lockerbie bombing was ordered by Iran and carried out by a Syrian-based terrorist group, a former Iranian intelligence officer has admitted.”

    http://tinyurl.com/ozmfhvt

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  55. 250
    non taxable pikey says:

    “Chaori Solar in landmark Chinese Bond default.” Brought to my attention by a friend who lives and works in China, with a single comment. “It starts.”

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  56. 252
    Grant Shapps says:

    As the mystery grows around what appears to be a stolen plane vanishing into thin air, police started door to door enquiries in Liverpool.

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  57. 255
    Guy News Room says:

    Co-op boss Euan Sutherland has resigned, reports Owen Jones. I’m sure it’s not because his bumper pay was revealed this weekend.

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  58. 257
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Chinese authorities are struggling to find the missing Malaysian plane.

    Has anyone suggested that they open their eyes properly?

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  59. 258
    Alan Rusbridger says:

    Russia is a wonderful, peace-loving non-aggressive country. It’s the only place my friend Edward Snowden can feel safe. It’s got to be a good place.

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  60. 259
    CMD says:

    I’m really pleased that Cheryl is coming back to X Factor — this good news confirms that The U.K. economic recovery is on a sound footing

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    • 262
      Idon'tneednodoctor says:

      No, it proves that a £1,500,000 salary has persuaded her to come back. Principles eh?

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  61. 260
    Coop hahaha says:

    Chief executive of the co op resigns

    Sky breaking

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    • 263
      aurora borealis says:

      Ah edmilitwit’s ethical bank – the model he said he’d use for banking if he gets into no10. The Coop Banks Chief Exec has resigned saying that the Bank’s structure is ungovernable.

      Another militwit policy fail!!

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    • 266
      Panic!! says:

      Melt down time. Run, don’t walk.

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      • 269
        Millicnut says:

        The Government should give the Co-Op a £500bn bail out today — paid for by a tax on bankers’ bonuses.

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  62. 265
    aurora borealis says:

    bob crow gave an interview yesterday – when asked about his £145k salary he said ‘he was worth it because he was serving civilisation’.

    ++++Laugh++++

    His misplaced ego is nearly as big as gordonbrown’s!!

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  63. 268
    aurora borealis says:

    http://www.labour.org.uk/rebuilding-britain-real-change-for-britains-banks

    edmilitwit to the Co-op Bank

    ‘It is a pleasure to be here at the Co-op…..You have always understood the ethics of responsibility and stewardship..”

    My word . Even more entertaining than a real comedian

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  64. 270
    The Total Knobster in Number 10 says:

    I will not be putting restrictions on postal voting. It is one of my most effective weapons in ensuring a Labour landslide in 2015.

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    • 278
      Tosser Dave says:

      Yep. Stopping Liebours’ fraudulent postal vote is an obvious win-win opportunity.

      Will I stop it? — no, of course not — I’m too busy combing my hair for the first bumsex marriage photo op.

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    • 281
      albacore says:

      Look over here. Don’t look over there.
      Dave and Ed, don’t they make a great pair?
      For the E U, they don’t miss a trick
      Ably assisted by their pal, Nick
      The everlasting LibLabCon con
      Its effectiveness goes on and on

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  65. 273
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Baroness Ashton has won the EU Gurning Champioship without pulling a face.

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  66. 279
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    The labour proposed tax on bankers bonus is calculated to stretch to the other side of the known universe.
    Labour – “we make money go that little bit further”

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  67. 280
    Joe Public II says:

    Which is the most repellent? Ashton or Abbarse? Difficult choice.

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  68. 285
    Owen Jones says:

    Look at the Co-Op, which is a part of the Labour family. So… do you want those hypocritical, sanctimonious morons running the country?

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  69. 294
    Little old Lady from Tooting Beck says:

    Is that lazy git forks not out of his fucking scratcher yet

    We want a thread on the caring co op bank that militwat states is the model for all banking

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    • 298
      just so you know says:

      The dictionary definition of ‘model’ is ‘a smaller version of the real thing’. Just right for Mini-pedes then!

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  70. 302
    Tom Catesby says:

    ‘Russia’s position in the Crimea is wholly indefensible’. The last time I looked on the telly, it looked very defensible to me, armed to the teeth they were.

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  71. 307
    Anonymous says:

    “The Prime Minister said Russian activity in the Crimea was “completely indefensible”
    In particular, the holding of a totally ‘illegal’ referendum. Whereby a population might expect to experience the joys of democratic self-determination. Where the frack do they think they are, Scotland?

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  72. 315
    David Camermong says:

    Dear Santa,
    for next Christmas I would like my presents to be some brown trousers and a Polonium detector.

    Yours dickheadedly,
    David

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