March 11th, 2014

Yet Another Dodgy Labour Selection
Keith Vaz ‘Trying to Overturn Result in Favour of Friend’

Strange goings on down in Enfield Southgate, where Labour have chosen Bambos Charalambous over Ibrahim Dogus in a fiercely contested battle for the selection. Labour sources on the ground tell Guido that Dogus is furious at the result and is throwing around claims that there were voting irregularities concerning postal voting. Guido is told that Keith Vaz is leaning on the national party to look into the result. Surely nothing to do with Vaz being a long term friend of Dogus and being his main endorser during the selection. Or the fact that Dogus has been doing the legwork for Vaz’s £1,000-a-ticket Labour Sports Dinner, the party’s annual flagship fundraising event which brings in thousands in donations. In an email seen by Guido, Vaz even let slip that one of the main reasons for his endorsement was the fact that Dogus is an “amazing fundraiser”. Now he’s still trying to get him selected as a candidate even though he was beaten. Vaz has not responded to a request for comment. Fishy…


156 Comments

  1. 1
    Wanda Ringhands says:

    I’m sure Mr Doofus will make an excellent Labour candidate

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      RightwinggitRedux says:

      “voting irregularities concerning postal voting.”

      Would these voters be tinted, perchance?

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  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    Problems with postal voting? Never! Labour must demand a public inquiry.

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    • 7
      Voting abuse UK says:

      Postal voting is too open to abuse. Being allowed to vote early, because of inability to vote on the day must be allowed. To vote early, deliver your self to a voting booth, at airports, Railway stations or police stations. Limit the numbers to a percentage cast by area.

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      • 39
        Toxic Labour for Spongers, Parasites, Criminals, Peedos, & other Wasters says:

        Oily, slimy, slippery, putrid, corrupt and vile Vaz loves postal votes. His team use them like the Labour block vote.

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        • 57
          The Labour Party says:

          Labour have chosen Bambos Charalambous over Ibrahim Dogus.

          British jobs for British workers, Gordon?

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      • 62
        MPs - they represent who exactly? says:

        I wonder how they feel about the immigration issue.

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    • 8
      RomaBob.... working hard for you! says:

      Postal voting is great……. for some ;)

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    • 21
      JH-230912384590231-1 says:

      3rd world people = 3rd world politics.

      At no point reading this have I fallen off my chair, neither did my jaw hit the ground.

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    • 26
      Anonymous says:

      Postal voting is liebor piece of electoral fraud on a massive scale. It should be scrapped without further ado.

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      • 58
        mother of all parliaments my arse says:

        There is absolutely no point anyone bothering to turn
        out to vote if the postal voting scandal isn’t sorted.
        It’s beyond a joke and should be a priority.

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    • 80
      T Blair says:

      All wankers together

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    • 114
      Simples says:

      1 Start a prize draw so that (say) 100 postal voters per constituency win £1000
      2 Go to winning voters address to personally check their id/signature against ballot form
      3 Arrest anyone suspected of fraud

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  3. 3
    Come on Chelsea says:

    Chelsea to be champions

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  4. 4
    Fishy says:

    Doing favours? Friends? Money? Greasy Vaz?

    Surely not

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    • 38
      Chris Bryant says:

      Greasy Vaz – is that better than vaseline?

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      • 43
        still walking into darkness says:

        Vaz made a fortune via his solicitor wife on arranging dodgy immigration claims whilst being no less than a Foreign office minister under just about the only non corrupt New Labour figure in Robin Cook. As if that wasn’t crooked enough there was the Eggington issue where he tried to stitch up a former senior police woman, and the lest we forget Hinduja brothers affair. The man is a total crook and scumbag and every opportunity to remind ourselves of that is useful cometh the revolution. Vaz is in the top 10 of living traitors in this country which is quite an achievement given the competition these days

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  5. 5
    Chukka says:

    Crows succesor will ne Patrick Sikorski you heard it hear first.

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    • 11
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      Miliband needs to address the woman problem in the Trades Union leadership.

      He needs to stand up to vile male dinosaurs like McCluskey,Sikorski & Serwotka and tell them they must stand down in favour of women selected from an all-women shortlist.

      Or is it do as i say and not as i do for Labour’s paymasters!

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  6. 6
    Diseased BBC Anus says:

    hmmm Vaz and Ibrahim Dogus……….

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    • 9
      RomaBob.... working hard for you! says:

      Just the thin end of the wedge, been successful for gaining control of certain schools :)

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      • 27
        Diseased BBC Anus says:

        Yes I do hear this is case in certain backwards areas of the country

        However as the corrupt police view this site one probably cant afford to express too much concern with the thirdworldisation of areas of the UK

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  7. 10
    Andy says:

    Bit rich someone in Labour complaining about irregularities in Postal voting.

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  8. 13
    if not, why not? says:

    Is this generation of Vaz’s the last in the gene pool?

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  9. 14

    Looks like a playoff between a bubble & a Turk, to me.
    Know where my vote would go.

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  10. 15
    Jack Ketch says:

    I have been trying to think of something funny to post about Bambos Charalambous, but I think that it stands on its own. Nice that Labour choose a local rather some curry-breathing foreigner.

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  11. 16
    Vaz Deference says:

    Dogus rhymes with bogus.

    I like Keith Vaz, his voice is almost as affected as Pete Mandelson. Hilarious!

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    • 42
      Toxic Labour for Spongers, Parasites, Criminals, Peedos, Green Nazis & other Wasters says:

      It’s not just his voice that’s affected!

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  12. 18
    Raving Loon says:

    Vaz was involved because he’s involved in everything. That man craves publicity like vampires crave blood.

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  13. 19
    Postal Scam says:

    Postal voting is so open to abuse it makes a mockery of our whole electoral system. Labour already showed this in the last by-election.

    Only people allowed a postal vote should be people medically certified unable to get to a booth. If you’re away from your constituency* on voting day, tough shit everyone knows when it is.

    *Armed forces excepted.

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    • 30
      geordieboy says:

      Labour made sure the military vote got lost in the post a couple of years back.

      A judge has come out fighting against the free for all postal vote with exceptions for the severly disabled as it was before Prescott introduced it for everyone knowing it would lead to fraud favouring Labour

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    • 118
      Gerry Mander says:

      Note also how Labour councils carefully place the polling stations in sink estates to be close to their core Labour voters.

      When we asked for a polling station nearer our end of the town, we were told “we all had cars and could drive if we wanted to vote”

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  14. 20
    Sue Doughty says:

    If the best fundraiser gets selected he will be too busy for fundraising, silly Mr Vaz!

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  15. 22
    Labour voting dugshite says:

    Ha ha ha!

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  16. 23
    Rory Keelan says:

    Interesting.

    The successful candidate has a name that sounds Greek Cypriot while Dogus is a common Turkish surname. Kebabs at 20 paces…?

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  17. 24
    geordieboy says:

    The slimy slug strikes again.

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  18. 28
    Harriet Harmskids says:

    Anyone for PIE?

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  19. 29
    KEITH VAJAZZLE says:

    Fishy…

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  20. 31
    Persona non grata says:

    The electoral commission is concerned about postal vote fraud, say that it needs to be overhauled, but Tories won’t touch it, why? Are they frightened that a more honest system, might help UKIP.

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    • 35
      Democracy Now says:

      All the main parties are up to their necks in incumbancy frauds

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    • 40
      Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

      Postal Votes will be overhauled over my dead body.

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      • 44
        One Man One Vote says:

        That could be arranged. I don’t often consider political assassinations as warranted, but in the case of a person who steals the public of its rightful franchise, I tend to think there is some merit in making an exception.

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      • 91
        T Blair says:

        .Oh please.

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  21. 36
    Tin foil top hat says:

    “Bambos Charalambous”

    No wonder they picked him. That’s an awesome name.

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  22. 37
    Diseased BBC Anus says:

    A fucking yank deported for costing the uk taxpayer too much dosh:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2578149/Mother-forced-bring-daughter-US-husband-asked-leave-UK-cancer.html

    hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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    • 48
      Yankee etc says:

      He chose not to apply to settle legally in the UK or become a citizen and then his wife is surprised when he is treated as if he doesn’t live here.

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      • 74
        I myself and me says:

        What happened to that illegal American spin doctor who was caught working for the Labour Party a few months back?

        Was he ever arrested and deported? If not, why not?

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    • 54
      I hope you are reading this Peter says:

      It looks like he should have got some proper immigration advice and sorted things out properly when he got married. I am surprised more Americans don’t come a cropper like this – so many of them seem to think that being an American means they can do what they like. Japanese businessmen in the City used to be the same.

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    • 112
      Honest Opinion says:

      It is a shame that such rigorous application of the rules against the other scum which is taking the p!ss, particularly the European fucks who have not paid a penny piece into the UK system, are still allowed to reside here.

      How long did it take to get rid of that Abu Q’atada c-unt, and are we still paying for his filthy family ?

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    • 49
      Questions need to be asked at the highest level says:

      Signed ‘Kay’.
      Burley?
      Vernon?
      And if it is Burley, why is she in the men’s toilet?

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    • 55
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Shit happens, step over it.

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    • 60
      Don't lick toilet doors says:

      Food safety risk?

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    • 68
      The kind of people we shar oxygen with on earth says:

      That’s fucking disgusting.

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    • 150
      JH-230912384590231-1 says:

      Do we really live in an age where ‘colleagues’ need to be told that they will face disciplinary action if they are caught daubing their own shit up the walls?

      Really?

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      • 154
        RightwinggitRedux says:

        How does she know it’s a male?

        If it was in the female bogs, would it automatically be a female perpetrator, especially if toilets Maguire worked there?

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  24. 46
    johnofenfield says:

    Dogus……That well known spelling mistake. Luckily I live in Enfield North.

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  25. 47
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Outstanding speech by Andy Burnham over clause 119 this afternoon,even if I say so myself.

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  26. 50
    C O (Ξ6) says:

    Further details on last known location of MH370 from Malaysia military:

    http://my.news.yahoo.com/mh370-detected-above-malacca-straits-2-40am-062617741.html

    Last radar detected close to Pulau Perak @ 2:40 AM

    If the plane was returning to K-L there is no reason why it would be at that location.

    If the plane did not go down in the Andaman sea (deep / away from main shipping lanes) then there is the possibility that it could have been landed in Aceh.

    That could explain some of the hush hush from Malaysia if negotiations are ongoing.

    The mystery continues.

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    • 56
      for info says:

      ‘Aceh (Ah-chay), located in the northern tip of Sumatra, is considered one of Indonesia’s three most “troubled areas” along with East Timor and Irian Jaya.’

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      • 72
        Táxpáyér says:

        Mo Hamed, Mo problems?

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        • 79
          C O (Ξ6) says:

          Yes. AQ are operating there and it is not densely populated. Not sure about radar coverage, but there are international flights out of Bandar Aceh.

          !ndonesia itself tends to let them get on with their own thing.

          This is good source on MH-370

          http://avherald.com/h?article=4710c69b&opt=0

          The Malays!an authorities now throwing up mental health of pilot / crew as a factor.

          If there had been a hijacking (given track of plane etc. that would be incredible for those on the ground at the time to have ignored), then there is also the possibility that the plane was shot down by the Malays!an air force after an engagement. Definitely an outside possibility.

          The fact that life insurance details and 4 of the passengers are now under scrutiny of the FBI / US authorities is significant.

          There could be a good chance the plane was landed safely somewhere, but the fate of the passengers still less than good.

          Absent wreckage, the mystery just gets deeper.

          The particular attitude of Ch!na at this time is very curious.

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      • 123
        Sir William Wayde says:

        East Timor isn’t in Indonesia.

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    • 78
      Not exactly professional says:

      Flight MH370 co-pilot entertained women in cockpit and smoked on previous flight

      She said the pilots reportedly wanted Ms Roos and Ms Maree to change their travel arrangements and extend their stay in Kuala Lumpur and join them on a night on the town.

      Ms Roos said she was shocked to learn Mr Hamid was at the helm of the ill-fated Malaysian Airline flight.

      “I thought it was crazy. I was just completely shocked. I couldn’t believe it,” she said. “When I saw all his friends and family posting on his all my heart really broke for them and my heart broke for the family of the passengers. It’s just a really sad story.”

      http://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/flight-mh370-copilot-entertained-women-in-cockpit-and-smoked-on-previous-flight-9183812.html

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  27. 52
    Roses are red , so is Ed, roses smell nice says:

    Stop postal voting fraud is easy, you can have a postal vote if you pay £25 per postal vote, to get a form for the postal vote you have to visit a plod shop and explain your reasons, then when completed return it back to the same plod shop , if you get caught doing multiple voting you go to jail for 30 years no free time off for good behavior, no he’s a nice person really, no lawyers making the law work for them, if you guilty you go to jail for 30 years.

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    • 63
      helpful suggestion says:

      Just do away with postal votes except for those in the military.
      There have been too many dodgy postal voting scams over
      recent years and I don’t think anyone was ever prosecuted
      for them.
      What’s the point of the electorate voting if the results can be
      corrupted in this way?

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      • 75
        I myself and me says:

        I think a few Indians who got caught doing this and are now residing at HMP Curry House Birmingham.

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      • 126
        Sir William Wayde says:

        How would seriously ill or incapacitated people vote?

        I suggest somebody would go round with a small computer or tablet, with a forward-facing camera, so they could vote by touching the screen and you would know it was really them.

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  28. 59
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Vaz, Charalambous & Dogus, nobody called Smith or Jones left in this Country any more?.

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  29. 61
    Persona non grata says:

    July 1st 2014 On this date, U.S. House of Representatives Bill “H.R. 2847” goes into effect. Some predict that the dollar will collapse on this date.

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  30. 65
    That was expensive says:

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    • 115
      JH-230912384590231-1 says:

      Wow, your choice of music in your car.

      Now you can listen to any music, or watch any film, anywhere, free.

      People in the media who have grown fat and self-important on controlling the dissemination of this stuff are shitting themselves.

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  31. 66
    aurora borealis says:

    Ho Hum. Anybody in lenmcclusky’s unite involved in this little voting fiasco?

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  32. 67
    Asslick Almond says:

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    • 70
      It could be much worse says:

      And if those Twats Brown and Campbell get their way with Devo max which they quietly slipped in yesterday you can double that. It would be best that the Jocks fuck off but failing that revert to Status Quo. Devo Max should NOt be and never be an option as it will cost the English dear.

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      • 124
        Gooey Blob says:

        The Scots will reject independence so 2015 will effectively be the referendum on devo max. A big SNP vote means yes, a big Labour vote means no.

        I don’t think there’s any doubt that devo max would involve a readjustment of the Barnett formula and a reduction in the number of Scottish MPs at Westminster. The West Lothian question would also have to be addressed at the same time, with English-only votes in the HoC.

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        • 128
          jgm2 says:

          and a reduction in the number of Scottish MPs at Westminster.

          No fucking way will there be a reduction. If, as seems possible, Labour have a slim majority in 2015 the last thing they’ll be doing is reducing the number of Scottish MPs. Indeed it is far more likely that, to compensate you understand, for the loss of Barnett money, you understand, that Scotland find itself with more MPs.

          The fact that these would be mainly Labour MPs would just be a happy consequence, you understand, of making sure Fucking Scotland got more representation in return for less cash. You understand.

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    • 84
      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      Prescription charges have risen again according to the BBC news , no mention of the fact that this only applies in England as usual the rest get a free ride on the English taxpayers.
      We need an English parliament with fully devolved powers to protect our interests , something that Westminster probably fears more than anything , it would be packed to the rafters with UKIP and proper Conservatives willing and able to tell both the Brussels Kommissars and the UK government what to do with their Health and Safety regulations anti smoking directives mass immigration, and green taxes , take them and stick the lot up your arses!

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    • 93
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      From April, the prescription charge for each medicine or appliance dispensed will be £8.05, increasing to £8.25 in the following year.
      NHS dental charges will also increase by up to £5 from 1 April.

      In a statement, Health Minister Norman Lamb said the increases were justified given the increasing demands on the NHS, with spending on medicines alone almost doubling since 2000.

      The current prescription charge is £7.85.

      Mr Lamb directed MPs to a statement made by fellow Health Minister Earl Howe, which said: “This government has made tough decisions to protect the NHS budget and increase it in real terms, but charges for some items remain an important source of revenue to support the delivery of high quality NHS services.

      “This is particularly important given the increasing demands on the NHS, with spending on medicines alone almost doubling since 2000.”
      NOTE:
      Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have scrapped all prescription charges. Whatever happened to right and fair?.

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      • 101
        jgm2 says:

        My understanding is that the paperwork involved with processing all the prescription payments/exemptions etc etc just is just about covered by the prescription charge. In other words it would cost no more to fire everybody involved with the paperwork and hand the drugs out free.

        But then that would raise the spectre of ‘NHS cuts’ as all these paper shufflers emerged blinking into the sunlight wailing about the loss of their jobs.

        It’s the same reason you still need a visa to go to R’ussia.

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        • 110
          Blue Peter Goldfish says:

          With you on that one, it would also save a fortune if the NHS prescribed narcotics to registered users, no more criminal gangs and since our involvement in Afghanistan production in their poppy fields has never been better, everybody is a winner.

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    • 130
      Alex Salmond says:

      But we have lots of oil, like Venezuela.

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  33. 76
    Robinson's Jam says:

    Apart from the Simon Carr sketches, this blog is going downhill fast.
    Sort it out Fawkes, this used to be the go-to place but is fast becoming a shouty, sixth form version of its previous self.

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  34. 77
    Charity Doormat says:

    The BBC was banking on dogshite winning. They are disapppointed! Ha! Ha! Ha!

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  35. 81
    The mighty midget. says:

    Why do Labour fear me? I am only four foot eleven and a half. I can sense their fear a mile off. ;)

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  36. 85
    Vazeline® The Slipperiest Substance on the Planet says:

    Any friend of mine is, well, a friend of mine, I am of course as bent as a nine bob note, so money always helps.

    No one out slips me!

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  37. 86
    The Greater Oxford Compendium of Names for Boys and Girls says:

    “Bambos Charalambous”

    What the hell is that, one of those made up “chav” names

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  38. 97
    Nick Clegg says:

    Prime Minister David Cameron is irrational, out of his depth, and an embarrassment:

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  39. 98
    Optional says:

    It surely can’t have escaped attention that Bambos Charalambous is a Greek name while Ibrahim Dogus is a Turkish name. Both communities are well-represented in Enfield Southgate.

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  40. 102
    Enfield Corrections Facility says:

    Now this looks like the face of someone who has entered politics for the good of his fellow man!!

    http://www.enfieldindependent.co.uk/resources/images/2421507.jpg?type=articlePortrait

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  41. 103
    you will get your black reign you traitorous cunts says:

    how is it aberdeen city police scotland don’t want to pass information about invisible handcuffs to met plod? could it be to do with the fact some of their officers accepted large cash bungs in return for interfering with a 2004 operation that could have stopped london being bombed on the 7th of july 2005? why is aberdeen city police scotland pretend not to know about invisible handcuffs? or common purpose. why is it aberdeen city police scotland get very upset if it is mentioned they will be reported to the ipcc if they don’t pass on information about invisible handcuffs to the met police?

    rest assured aberdeen city police scotland. when the shit hits the fan (and it is going to hit the fan) your city will be wiped off of the face of the earth. 180 thousand people dead within 24 hours of devices going off.

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    • 104
      Enquiries Officer David McCormack 0796 says:

      I did indeed say I would testify in a court of law that I had never heard of Common Purpose.

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    • 109
      jgm2 says:

      What the fuck are you talking about?

      This sounds like the kind of lunacy even I*c*k*e would baulk at repeating.

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      • 116
        C.O.Jones says:

        He is doing his GCSE English Science Fiction controlled assessment.

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        • 117
          C.O.Jones says:

          Title is: Aberdeen of the Future, a town without punctuation and living on a staple of ketamine and LSD.

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          • the truth is in there somewhere says:

            common purpose are predominantly cath0lic and funded by yank caths. the new world order is cath0lic. the roth5ch1ld family are jesuit (caths) not jud3an. 911, beslan, barcelona, london, mumbai, aurora, sandyh00k… pretty much all false flags all funded by yank caths. you can laugh all you fucking want but the shit is going to hit the fan because of dickheads like you laughing and not taking things seriously. or you are part of them.

            they are going to wipe out billions of people. there are many cath0lics who are against their plan. there are many people in the alphabet agencies against their plan. we are finding out whom is whom. those who are forth it will perish. those who are against it will prosper. when the shit hits the fan we will strike. no more vat1can for starters.

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          • C.O.Jones says:

            M8, I would like to offer a full and unreserved apology to you and hope to fuck you don’t have a gun license.

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          • jgm2 says:

            You’re not a Rangers fan are you?

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      • 120
        Anonymous says:

        one of the towelheads who tried to do canary wharf on 7th july 2005 was living in aberdeen in 2004. his arrest would have led to the arrest of the others. aberdeen pigs (bare in mind dick cheney runs aberdeen) interfered with the operation and the arrest couldn’t happen. further more the pig concerned on the scene so to speak pretended to be irish… because the people doing the funding were trying to stitch up thomas slab murphy (only prov i r a who hasn’t been compromised) for london 2005. if cheney wants to steal natural resources then his own funds from natural resources elsewhere will be ruined. anyone can tsunami with big enough devices.

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        • 125
          jgm2 says:

          The second bit (further more the pig…) is utterly incomprehensible.

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          • Anonymous says:

            suggest you cease obfuscating further the obfuscation… people will wonder of your sincerity. they are planning on murdering just about every one on the entire planet.

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          • jgm2 says:

            I’m intrigued. Can you please direct me to the websites that have unmasked this Ca*th*ol*ic armageddon plot.

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  42. 107
    Welcome to the House of Bum says:

    Look at this exemplary behaviour! This is what we need more bumming in the HoB!

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-lancashire-26529960

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  43. 108
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

    BRITISH JOBS FOR BRITISH WORKERS !!!

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    • 113
      Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

      Paying the minimum wage to foreign workers helps keep my expenses down.

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    • 121
      In Service says:

      They are servants not staff,

      People who clean for you, cook for you, raise your children for you and prune the roses for you are SERVANTS.

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    • 133
      Sir William Wayde says:

      I’d prefer it if they did something useful, or just buggered off.

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    • 134
      British Citizen says:

      I will be proud to see the back of these stupid anti-British MPs at the next election.

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  44. 122
    Owen Jones,champagne quaffing and cigar smoking socialist says:

    Every day must be International Women’s Day.

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  45. 137
    Potato salad says:

    Troughing bast@ard Mps, obsessed with gayness, sphincter muscle and employing cheap dago labour. Who really wants to vote for any of this bunch. Yes I know, vote UKIP bit really?

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  46. 138
    Bring me the Head of a Lettuce says:

    Good old Bambos – was at law school with him back in the early 1990s, taking the Solicitors Finals. He was as bright as an eclipse, as the saying goes.

    Somehow I’m not surprised he didn’t make it as a lawyer, but the profession’s loss is Enfield’s potential gain.

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  47. 144
    Out & about with the Labour voting dogshite in Edinburgh shitty. says:

    Anything dodgy is now called VAz. Those sausages are Vaz!

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  48. 145
    Vazoline says:

    As everyone knows, I am of impeccable integrity and it will only be a short matter of time before my outstanding service to my country is recognised with the award of a knighthood or peerage. My dear Brisish friends, Anglo-Iraqi billionaire Nadhmi Auchi, the Hinduja brothers, Sarosh Zaiwalla, and Harriet Harman who nominated me for Chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee (without even requesting a penny!).

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  49. 146
    We are wondering says:

    Is he the most corrupt MP? (EVER?)

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  50. 149
    Anonymous says:

    Enfield, Haringey all pretty much the same sort of stuff on the selection front.

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  51. 156
    nick says:

    Vaz is another one who could do with a little “investigation by the police-again. He got away with it the last time in Leicester, and the Hidujah brothers-remember that farce?

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Tony Blair threatens Ed:

“If you had a strong political lead that was combining the politics of aspiration with the politics of compassion, I still think that’s where you could get a substantial majority…  If I ever do an interview on [the state of the Labour Party], it will have to be at length…”



Left on Left says:

The lefties are attacking because the panellist is a millionaire and lives in a London home worth upwards of two million. Someone had best tell them he’s called Ed Miliband.


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