March 15th, 2014

ComRes Indy/Mirror Euro Poll Puts UKIP 9% Ahead of Tories

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The UK Independence Party is on course to win the largest share of the vote in the European Parliament elections in May, according to a ComRes opinion poll for The Independent on Sunday and Sunday Mirror.

UKIP  30% (+3)
Lab  28% (+5)
Con  21% (0)
LD  8% (-10)
Green  6% (+2)
Other  7% (0)

This is the first poll to ask separate questions about the European elections for some time. The figures for European voting are based on the 38% who say they are “absolutely certain” to vote in those elections – roughly comparable to the 34% turnout in the last elections in 2009.


270 Comments

  1. 1
    Anonymous says:

    UKIP is the only party currently saying what the majority wants to hear about immigration and the EU.
    That is because they sound as if they are actually putting the country and its people first, even if that is not its true intention.
    The public is so desperate to hear a political party speaking their language it’s little wonder UKIP are doing well.

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        potato salad says:

        fool…………..QUITE !!

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          We all think it says:

          Lib Dems, down 8% to 10%..

          Haaaaa hahahaha. Haaaaaaa oh ohh haaaaa ha hahahaha haaaaaaaaa haaa haaaaa hahaha haaaaa hahaha. Haaaaaaa hahaaaaaha

          Conservatives now 3rd position…

          Stop it… Haaaaa hahahaha aaahhaaaaaaaaa hahahahaaaaa hhaaaaaaa hahahahaa hahaha

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          • Anonymous says:

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          • broderick crawford says:

            yeah indeed . I m very surprised at the Labour figure.

            How the hell can they still be polling 28 percent .

            If you add that to the Liberal and Greens vote it means about 45 percent want NOT EVEN a referendum ….. crazy sheeple !!

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      • 16
        Putin says:

        Is enlargement just a posh way to say invade, but using bribes to the local elite rather than tanks?

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          Skeleton bob says:

          The EU is doing what Hitler did in the 30s but using different tactics.

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

            The eu empire will die like all empires. It’s just a question of when, let’s hope it’s soon.

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          • give the ninth back to beethoven says:

            Hehe, it didn’t even reach empire status before it started to crumble to be fair. What a crock of shit.

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          • Hugh Janus says:

            “The EU is doing what Hitler did in the 30s but using different tactics.”

            Yes – like not involving goose-stepping, panzers and genocide in its take-over of Europe this time.

            Sieg, meine schatze!!

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          • Julian Gibb says:

            Watch the You Tube video – Ed Griffin on the left / right paradigm. The clip demonstrates that there is no difference – “collectivism rules”

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      • 158
        (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

        As any fule kno!

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      bingo says:

      Just reading some background information to Tony Benn’s workers cooperatives such as the one at the Norton Villiers factory in Wolverhampton

      Benn was a naive retard, totally not understanding your average bloke from Wolverhampton, then how could you when your old man owned the Viscount biscuit factory

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      • 97
        Mine d'Boggles says:

        I met an ex-Norton employee (in RSA) who told me that the “lads” were spinning Manx Norton and other cylinder heads against the wall, shattering the fins. Just for a desperate laugh, you see?

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          bunga says:

          Does Owen Jones really think blokes who think work is a secondary activity can run factories?

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          Anonymous says:

          If I remember correctly they shipped in engineers from the Aeronautical industry to design the 1971 range of Triumph Motorcycles much to the annoyance of the Triumph Engineers. The upshot was that the new range of bikes were too tall and the average height bloke couldn’t reach the floor. They had to get the resident Triumph Engineers to hastily modify them. See ‘What ever happened to the British Motorcycle Industry by Bert Hopwood.

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          • Myfanwy says:

            One thing I remember about British motor bikes was that you had to have a regulation drip tray, they never could get the oil seals right, the Japs had sorted that out that out

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      • 166
        Morgan Freeman says:

        ♫♪ Three wheels on my wagon and I’m still rolling along. ♫♪

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    • 139
      Anonymous says:

      The only option is to vote Tory to stop Labour winning the Euro election, you know we are patriots unlike Labour who support the EU….Vote Tory and the EU will see there needs to be change if you do not vote Tory you just wasted your vote and any chance of change within the EU sphere of influence

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      • 157
        Ma­q­bo­­ul says:

        The ComRes computer says Nooooo.

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      • 159
        (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

        Cupid stunt!

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      • 197
        Dot Cottons fag says:

        Lisbon apart, the Tories have signed every treaty since Rome. Their Eurosceptic credentials are every bit as fake, as their Conservative ones.

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      • 201
        Village Idiot says:

        ..As that famous tory said,”No, No, No.”……..I will not be blackmailed,and,by dave,s admission,he does not want to leave Europe!…Crimea ref…10 days to arrange, EU ref…….infinity and beyond??????
        …..Of course,a ref in this parliament could change my mind,but requires a leader prepared to act in the event of an “Exit” vote,which,does not appear to be the case at present,so,UKIP it is!

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      • 220
        Jacky Treehorn says:

        The European elections should be treated as a pressure tool for sceptics.
        MEPs have bugger all power. If you vote Tory you are voting for a leader that is pro EU. Better to vote UKIP and show what the majority of British people believe which will put pressure on Cameron to revise his stand or better still move on. Vote UKIP.

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    • 175
      Vince Cable says:

      We need more immigrants.

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      • 205
        Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

        He wants to undercut his Bulgarian cleaner by employing a cheaper Turkish one.

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    • 246
      Myfanwy says:

      Rupe is not going to be very happy there Geedes, you know he does not like to be on the losing side of an election, watch out for a memo winging its way to you back UKip, give up on Dave and Co

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    • 249
      Tories lie says:

      Heres why UKIP are doing well

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        Myfanwy says:

        As far as I can see that is the norm for politics these days, old Wedggy was a “conviction” politician, unfortunately who knows what Dave really believes, Cleggy seems the same way inclined, and Teddy Boy is just and only just starting to make headway but he is liable to change his mind (a little different when a party is in power), Farage a bit of an unknown quantity as he has no MPs but he is making waves which puts the wind up Dave Boy. When a politico does an about turn he says he is being pragmatic, adjusting to problems as they occur, to the man on the Clappedout Omnibus they are just telling porkies

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    • 269
      Julian Gibb says:

      I don’t like UKIP. However I dislike the other main parties even more. :-(

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  2. 2
    worker drone 22 says:

    Christ, and this is with the liblabcon smear machine turned up to nine !

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      Right Full Rudder says:

      Unfortunately their best smears pale in comparison to the Nigel Evans trial, Hattie’s history with PIE and the LibDems’ gropings and cover-ups.

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        Deep Stoat says:

        Apparently Evans was having a pint in the Swan with 2 Necks boozer in Pendleton earlier today. Didnt look worried at all.

        But then why the fuck should he? He’s a wiseguy.

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        peech imspediment says:

        10 Downing Street a.k.a. The Waiting Room – Old Bailey.

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    • 123
      I'm paid by the EU and CCHQ to smear UKIP says:

      I agree.

      But whilst this is a very interesting story, and I might have missed it, I can’t see the cheap smear against UKIP anywhere in the story.

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      • 250
        Tories lie says:

        Have a look in todays Daily Mail, another big UKIP smear article agaist Farage
        Just think of all the free publicity we are getting from the LIBLABCON media

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  3. 3
    Enemy of the State says:

    That’s great. But what is not great is that according to the Telegraph election projection chart which is on the first page every day, in the UK Parliamentary Elections, UKIP would win no seats. 20% of the electorate is not therefore represented. Time for a revolt.

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      Right Full Rudder says:

      All the more reason to vote UKIP in 2015. FPTP will become untenable, especially if Beaker becomes prime minister with less votes than Dave, which is quite possible.

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      One Man One Vote says:

      Hey, you think that’s bad. There is one Scottish constituency where a ballot cast by a Scottish voter outweighs any Englishman’s vote by a factor of between three and five to one.

      The Westminster electoral system is a fucking disgrace.

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        A Mussie says:

        Sounds like, a man’s testimony is worth three womens

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          One Man One Vote says:

          The Na h-Eileanan an Iar electorate in 2010 was a mere 21,837 people. It took only 6,723 votes to elect Angus MacNeil MP.

          Meanwhile, the Isle of Wight’s 110,924 people are represented by a single MP, Andrew Turner MP, who was sent to Westminster having garnered 32,810 endorsements.

          The two runners up in the isle of Wight, Jill Wareham and Mark Chiverton each receined more votes than th MP for Na h-Eileanan an Iar, with 22,283 and 8,169 votes respectively. In Ms Wareham’s case, she polled more votes than the entire electorate of Na h-Eileanan an Iar and still did not make it into Parliament to represent anyone.

          The idea that we have ‘One Man One Vote’ based on an equal franchise with everyone’s voice being given a fair hearing is a total charade. This is not a democracy, it is a total disgrace.

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          One Man One Vote says:

          My comment on this was modded. Not sure what the difficulty is.

          I’ll try again. Basically, the 2 losers on the Isle of Wight had more of a mandate to sit in the House of Commons (in terms of active public support) than the MP for the Na h-Eileanan an Iar constituency.

          The second placed candidate in the English constituency actually polled more votes than the entire electorate in the Scottish constituency, and even the third placed candidate had more support than the SNP MP who currently takes up space on the green benches for this gerrymandered rotten Scottish borough.

          Na h-Eileanan an Iar has an electorate of about 21,800, and the Isle of Wight has only one MP representing some 110,000 voters.

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          • One-eyed man in the land of the blind says:

            … and it was the Liberal Democrats who blocked the long-overdue reorganisation of parliamentary constituency boundaries. A ‘toys out of the pram’ gesture and a complete misuse of their temporary hold on ‘power’. Wipeout at the next Election seems the only proper solution.

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          Mefistofele says:

          A hand in the bird is worth two in the bush.

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    • 46
      Four-eyed English Genius says:

      a) The poll has not been updated since Labour started going down hill

      b) It is run by YouGov. Say no more .

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        Halibut says:

        Indeed! A wish rather than an analysis.

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      • 78
        Dessert Rat says:

        Brainless Ashcan’s old man runs UCON, so it must be true; didn’t she beat the shit out of the Russians in Ukraine?

        I reckon she could outsmart the Krankies!

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    • 121
      Anonymous says:

      I’m not sure whether that election projection chart has moved in weeks. I think the chart is in itself a confidence trick.

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      (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

      Well, the poxy Telegraph would say that wouldn’t they, given that it’s controlled by blokes in silver suits from a hollowed-out volcano “somewhere off-shore”!

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      GCHQ says:

      Well the electoral calculus predictor gives UKIP 150 seats with 30% of the vote and labour on 28%. It would still force a constitutional crisis since the Miliband moron would have over 300 seats. The following election would likely produce a UKIP majority as the remaining Tories throw in the towell.

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

    It looks like all the change has come from those who voted LibDem last time around.

    I can understand some of them switching to Labour who are even more pro-EU than the LibDems and some switching to the eco-loony Greens but why did some (3% of the 10% FibDem loss) switch to UKIP?

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      An Ex LibDem Voter says:

      Everyone will have thier own reasons, but I suspect this is because a sizable proportion of LibDem voters supported that party in the hope of radical electoral and constitutional reform. Having seen none of those aspirations catered to adequately by the LibDems in coalition, and, indeed, actively frustrated, they find themselves attacted to the party which will do most to kick the compacent Westminster parties in the teeth and force them into a political ‘year zero’ moment when they will have to reconsider the current constitutional and electoral arrangements.

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      • 184
        bergen says:

        There are still people who are not socialist but could never vote Tory-mainly concentrated in the Celtic fringes (including Cornwall). If they became fed up with the Libdems then I think they might vote UKIP by default.

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          PARVUS says:

          Anyone who thinks Cornwall (or Wales or Scotland and etc.) is ‘Celtic’ needs to replace their Edwardian or earlier text books. Outside of talking about the people Julius Caesar fought on the continent, etc., you wouldn’t get a respectable archaeological or history book published using the ‘Celt’ term nowadays. Even in Wales (to their credit). And rightly so.
          Just because some UK regions once, long ago, spoke what the linguist and scholar Lhuyd happened to dub the ‘Celtic language’ group in 1707, no more makes them ‘Celtic’ than an English-speaking Zulu ‘English’. Or an Eskimo who moves to Wales and learns Welsh a ‘Celt’. Poor old Lhuyd would be turning in his grave to think his technical term had morphed into a racial/national description.
          It might seem pedantic to raise the point, but rabid nationalists use the bogus ‘Celtic’ thing in a semi-racist, anti-English, way. Knowledge has long since moved on and they deserve to have their racial comfort-blanket torn away from them.

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          • bergen says:

            Fair enough but how would you describe in one word the races of these islands who historically spoke either p-celtic (Welsh , Cornish or Pictish) or q-celtic (Irish or Scots Gaelic or Manx) ?

            I would count non-English as two words.

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          • Django DNA tested. says:

            As a genetic group the highest concentration of males sharing matching DNA is along the west coast of Europe ( W Scotland. W Ireland and Wales, W France, Spain, Portugal and West Africa. The name given is the Tribe of Ossian or Celt.

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          • related to the Chedder man by DNA says:

            Thats why a Cornishman and a Breton can converse in the same tongue, but as the so called Celts populated around the western coastal fringes makes you wonder who was in the eastern and central bit to stop them moving inland to start with

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          • Camborner says:

            I’m borne and bred in Cornwall from along line of same and I’m English.

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      Hugh Guv says:

      Not necessarily. Lots of ex LIbdem voters going to Lab or Con and lots of, mainly, Con and Lab voters going to UKIP is more likely.

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        PARVUS says:

        Bergen – Thanks for taking that in such good part. It’s just that as a former rugby fan I got fed up with TV rugby pundits and/or Anglophobes talking about ‘the Celtic Nations’ – including Scotland!
        As to a replacement for ‘Celt’, I don’t see the necessity for one because it would imply a collectivity to the Scots/Welsh etc. that doesn’t historically exist – other than them being (from circa the 14th C. when Nationalities here gradually firmed up) ‘Not-English’. And then you’re back to Anglophobia – what sort of person would introduce themselves at parties saying: ‘Hi, I’m ‘Not-English’…’. You could pretty much guess their motivation…
        So, I’d say that ‘Scottish’ or ‘Welsh’ (save that that means ‘foreigner and/or slave in Old English) or even ‘Cornish’ (except that well over half the people living in Cornwall weren’t born there) covers the need.
        Whereas ‘Celtic’ in the present day UK context is about as useful (and as misleading) as calling a modern Sicilian a ‘Roman’.

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      • 263
        Mr Neddy says:

        There are a lot of voters who appear to want to solely vote for a party that is not, and are not likely to be a party of Government. They were at home in the lib-dems, until they got into government. Many initially switched to labour and some of them have now gone on to UKIP. They are anti-establishment voters.

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  5. 9
    potato salad says:

    liblabicon…you cannot fule enough people this time. Show`s over, get your coats and f@ck off.

    no one wants your super EU full of basket case shallow “states”.

    clegg……time to get the CV in to another place out of the UK.

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  6. 10
    Comrade Barroso says:

    The reason Cameron has such a big ‘women problem’ is because Eton is a boys only school.

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  7. 11
    The Wild Colonial Boy says:

    What about the Bus-pass Elvis Party? Surely a ground-swell of write-ins.

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  8. 12
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Hat Tip – to good people all over the world – who beat the msm mongs to the truth behind the plane disappearance. Suck it up msm political nut jobs. And skrew the EU.

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  9. 13
    Electorate to the LibDems says:

    Goodbye.

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  10. 15
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    UKIP can still only muster 30% against a combined pro-EU LibLabCon of 57% in the Euro elections.

    Pathetic :-)

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    • 20
      The democratic deficit says:

      57% of a 34% turnout of the electorate in support of the three main Westminter parties equates to what proportion of the public supporting the ‘mainstream’ Westminster parties of any stripe or hue?

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

        The low turnout just shows that UKIP have failed to energise the voters over the issue of Europe and when (if ever) we get an in/out referendum, with all of business & the media campaigning for us to stay in, then UKIP/BOO group haven’t got a hope of winning that referendum.

        Lets face it, the British people just don’t care about the EU issue.

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        • 36
          Apathy Rules says:

          One has to recognise that muc of the public may not care about it too much ‘either way’. Hence the importance of the actual question put.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            There are more than enough people questioning of what ‘informed consent’ is really all about – the liblabcon – are desperate to maintain their status quo – but let’s just say that the ‘Cat of their allforone lovein with the EU is out of the bag’.

            An unelected executive – concealing fraud and theft from the public purse – no thanks.

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        • 265
          Mr Neddy says:

          The result will depend on the campaign. Yes there will be a lot of establishment/corporatist BS, but people do care about the real and negative impacts of those areas that the EU impacts on in their everyday lives.

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    C.O.Jones says:

    The liberation of the fruitcakes begins. Fuck the established parties, they are all the same.

    Vote UKIP.

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    • 31
      Blowing Whistles says:

      The collective tri/party of tribal British msm and all of its assembled political big beasties who all ‘hold themselves out’ as intelligent and intellectual ‘expert this and expert that’ and who always bring in ‘a so called expert on this and an expert on that’ – have all been effectively shown to be ‘living the tribal lie’ – because “Public Opinion” has caught them all [liblabcon merchants] out. They msm have damned well known about all the pies – because they’ve had their fingers in the pie and have been in the knowledge of it all for decades.

      They of course to round off – are all just too fucking scared to say to their legal masters – oi legal get fucked your lying.

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  12. 22
    The British Public says:

    30%? It could easily reach over 50% in many parts of the country.

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      C.O.Jones says:

      Many of those who vote Labour and Conservative at present, do so because it is traditional to them.
      After the Euro elections they will have less reserve and will feel that there is a viable alternative come the general elections.

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

        UKIP got 27% in the last Euros 2009 and went on to get a staggering 3% in the 2010 general election.

        The Euros are seen quite rightly by the voters as meaningless, as the real power still lies with Parliament over taxes,health,education etc.

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        • 44
          Neocon is a stupid word. says:

          Don’t be silly.
          The real power lies with the global banks and their lackeys. While they allow Parliament to move their pawns to make it look like they’re doing something, golmansx and jpmorgue have the kings, queens, bishops and castles.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            They don’t have those castles for much longer – they were all built on sand and the foundations [propaganda and b/s] are being ‘washed’ away.

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        • 191
          Herman Van Rumpouy says:

          The Euros are seen quite rightly by the voters as meaningless, as the real power still lies with Parliament over taxes,health,education etc.

          Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

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  13. 23
    Albert hall says:

    And we still have 28% who have the intellect and memory span of a gnat.

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      Dessert Rat says:

      Hey Hunt don’t compare gnats with Labour voters, the WWF will have your guts for garters, gnats have feelings you know!

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  14. 26
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    The Malaysian PM confirmed they are now searching the pilot’s house

    He must have a big, fuck off house if they think he’s hidden it there.

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  15. 27
    I'm Astonished says:

    …..that as many as 8% would still vote LIbdum.

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      Blowing Whistles says:

      Here’s a question the msm dare not look back at [because they slovenly sold the 5hit on to the public as some kinda done and irreversible deal - wancwhores]

      How many people in the UK – got to vote on the signing of the Lisbon Treaty?

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    • 40
      Derry Cocksporn says:

      8% is their core vote.

      Rotten to the core.

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      • 77
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Perhaps the libdems should join up with stnewall – they could then call themselves the Stonewalling Lieb Dem party … what what?

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  16. 28
    FrankFisher says:

    You have to smile. Imagine Dave and Ed and the LibLabCon poodles in the meeja. No matter how many smears they thrown out, day after day after day, our vote’s going up.

    Someone should make a Hitler video of this, it could be a hoot.. I’d love to, I really would, but I have to go out and drink heavily.

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  17. 30
    can work won't work says:

    I wasn’t asked and I have a voice

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  18. 33
    David Cameron says:

    Not listening…

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  19. 37
    Chuka ( you can call me Harrison ) Urmunneyaround says:

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      Sir Sidney Bunberry-Dewdrop says:

      oh that smug jungle bunny grin makes you want to let your bladder go its so nauseating

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      • 162
        From the Elephant to Tulse Hill we've ahad a bellyful of this shill says:

        Smarmy useless lump of excrement. Whatever came into the heads of the (presumably 98% black these days) voters of Streatham to put their thumbprints in the box next to his name?

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    • 67
      Idon'tneednodoctor says:

      All the books are false just like Ummuna.

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      • 74
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Someone should compile all the narcissistic pics of the twat and show them to his ‘constituents’ who he so cares about NOT.

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    • 98
      Pawned? says:

      Can’t quite see the fancy watch Chuka.

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  20. 48

    Fuck the left-wing Tories.

    Fuck them to hell. Most of them would not be recognisable to Margaret Thatcher were she to still be alive. She would think them so wet she would lower them overboard.

    Vote UKIP.

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    • 52
      the iron lady says:

      she’d have had that vlad by now

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    • 58
      Idon'tneednodoctor says:

      Is that really you SC? You seem to be using bad language of late. Is all o.k.?

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      • 65
        Ah! doubt it says:

        SC seldom posts just the once. Look for the html paw-prints.

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        • 138

          Doubting Thomas!

          There are better things to do than fight an automated symposiarch. Have the number of posts fallen here or what? Suppose they know what they are doing…

          Back over the Alps tomorrow for a week and then the following week in SoF (Cannes). Then back to my Adriatic retreat.

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          • Globally-Controlled Huhnery Quintuplicators can take a flying fuck at themselves says:

            Can’t help suspecting that the fat homunculus is, in fact, a fifth columnist.
            There’s dirty work afoot.

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          • The whole ethos of the era is one in which all concerns do the diametric opposite of what they stand for. The approach seems to be: Bugger those who already support us, why waste time on the converted? We will go for those who want the opposite to our needs and give them what they seek.

            It assumes that people are really stupid and gullible. The only way to counteract this is for the traditional supporters to walk away en masse. This explains the popularity of UKIP and no press baron or broadcasting corporation is going to odds it. They will all have to learn the new rules in the end.

            To those who condemn this as anarchic, one might ask: What is there about the present approach which is not anarchic?

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          • Globally-Controlled Huhnery Quintuplicators can take a flying fuck at themselves says:

            “Bugger those who already support us…” does indeed seem to be a common attitude amongst those who presume to control us. Taking people for granted in this way is bound to backfire, as they will find to their cost – and the sooner the better.
            I find it difficult to understand why the previously mainstream parties persist in publishing manifestos at all. Surely they must have sussed by now they scarcely anyone believes a word they say ? They all have proven track records of saying one thing but then doing the opposite as soon as they get the chance.

            Then we see smart-arses suggesting that voting a particular way will result in the opposite of what we wish to achieve. I can only conclude that said proponents of double-think are part of the problem, not part of the solution.

            
            

            Viva le Guidoisation of politics.

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      • 70
        Halibut says:

        It’s a sock puppet

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      • 71
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Yes – indeedy – not your style SC.

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        • 79
          Reader says:

          No claims about this all being the fault of a joo? Not your usual style BW.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Wrong Obsessive fuckhead – i invite you to read say the last four months of i’s comments [the past 3 years would be too much for you] – i throw dirty at all the corrupt – so shuv that up yeur fucking obsessive arse.

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          • Your comment is awaiting moderation. says:

            Single issue fanatic calls someone obsessive fuckhead. Oi vey!

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      • 80
        Lady Ashton, completly out of her depth says:

        SC is on Holiday in Crimea

        About to replay the charge of the Expat Brigade

        Watch this space

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    • 66
      +1000 says:

      +1000

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    • 180

      Schrodinger…….don’t just vote UKIP! Become a member/candidate/committee member/activist or donor. UKIP need people committed to British democracy & freedom.

      Vote UKIP…….join UKIP……….see what you can do to change British politics!

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  21. 49
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP

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    • 54
      how many more months of this script do we have to endure.. says:

      yawn … I’m losing the will to wilt already

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  22. 53
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Why do people vote to have UKIP MEP’s when neither those voters or the UKIP MEP’s want to be in europe. It’s the same as a turkey voting for christmas.

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      how many more months of this script do we have to endure.. says:

      you have to think of ukip as the stuffing up the establishment’s chuff

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      • 62
        Idon'tneednodoctor says:

        You mean agent provocateurs.

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        • 73
          Halibut says:

          If you can fight the system from within as well as from without, then why would you not?

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          • Idon'tneednodoctor says:

            But what has UKIP achieved from within?

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          • It's plainly clear to most right minded folk says:

            What do UKIP do in the EU ?

            Errr they draw attention to the EUs lack of democracy, expansionary political plans and anti UK policies, all on a daily basis.

            That’s what they do mong head,

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          • E Yew info services says:

            What have they done? Well if you had been watching you would have noticed that they have made Rumpypumpy look like the thick commie tool that he is and Barosso look like the devious commie bastard that he is.

            Cathy Ashtray? Don’t go there….

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        • 137
          Anonymous says:

          So are you saying that UKIP is a tool of the Establishment?

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    • 240
      Jacky Treehorn says:

      I have never understood how people can ask that question? How politically unaware you must be to repeat it.

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    Ah! at last says:

    Man’s Body Found On Beach With Sock In Mouth.

    So that’s where they go.

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  24. 61
    Health & Safety says:

    Fortunately this would/could never happen in the UK.

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  25. 68
    UKIP for me says:

    If labour proposed a policy to torture and murder anyone who vote for them the party would still get millions of votes, if labour simply replaced its candidates with big piles of stinking manure many of those piles would actually get elected to the mother of parliaments. A normal human being just cannot comprehend such blind loyalty.

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  26. 85
    What was the government thinking? says:

    More evidence of the folly of automatically releasing criminals half way through their sentences.

    http://www.guardian-series.co.uk/news/wfnews/11079849.Terrorist_convicted_over_fake_passport/

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    UN Resolution on Crimea Crisis says:
  28. 99
    Anonymous says:

    That “The Americans” was good. But mystifying having not seen the first series.

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    C O (Ξ7a) says:

    They are back up now (apparently), but NATO Sites were just taken down in a rather large DDoS attack:

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    • 119
      Anonymous says:

      Wooooohooooohoooooo the Russ’an bogey man is coming.

      Help! Help! Reds under the bed. Save us, please save us oh brave, gallant neo’cons.

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    David Miliband says:

    I have no idea where the bloody plane is, OK?

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    • 107
      The Yanks WILL Know where it went. says:

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      • 127
        JH-230912384590231-1 says:

        Okay, so the Russian angle is they are ‘fighting fascism’, so they can do whatever they want.

        The left in this country might have worn that card out over the last 40 years, but you can’t blame the Reds for wanting ‘in’ on the magic formula.

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      • 142
        This time they can do it themselves says:

        Strange three women in the forefront of the makings of WWIII, EU forced states together for so called European peace and off it goes into the blue yonder helping to create a disunited Europe, time for Camoron to get out NOW before we end up in another European war.

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      • 257
        GCHQ says:

        Cough, cough don’t look in Diego Garcia, nothing to see here.

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      • 270
        The Remittance Man says:

        Is that the same Katya Kasyan who used to appear in movies of the Swedish Educational genre? Has she moved into foreign policy analysis since her retirement from pron?

        Then again, after years of taking it up the bottom from large gentlemen of the african persuasion she’s probably better qualified for that sort of work than Kathy Ashton.

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    Big men or Little woman? says:

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    altruism in industry says:

    If anybody has ever thought about the reality for a second then they might well be aware that if you make too much aggravation then the gangsters’ guns come out ( hello Tony)

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    Owen Jones says:

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    altruism in industry says:

    I would like to just point out that the guys that took LSD in the sixties are probably in power in the USA today

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    • 122
      altruism in industry says:

      here in England we have culture and stuff to keep us attached, I can imagine somebody brought up in an alien environment with no history might exhibit psychological issues; always looking to move forwards in an aggressive fashion, thinking ” I can do anything”. I can imagine that, but the sun will die, everything is not always future growth, death comes to all things.
      I think the LSD guys went loony and cannot comprehend the possibility that we might never get off this planet.
      There is a power to the positive thinking which does make things happen but maybe we have moved on to positive thinking about love of things can make things happen ?

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      • 134
        Podiceps says:

        I took LSD in the sixties, twice, because I couldn’t believe how bloody boring it was the first time. Six hours of trivial visual effects and a vague sense that something might be happening but it wasn’t there yet, and you just had to wait for the show to be over. A drug for the very silly. If I wanted to get off my face, alcohol was infinitely superior.

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        • 143
          altruism in industry says:

          It is possible that you have a distrustful personality that held you back, I’m not saying that you have, because how would I know ? I’m just saying a large part of all that stuff was letting go of preconceptions.
          (just saying like)

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  35. 124
    Anonymous says:

    But just worry – 6% of 38% say they would vote Green – are they all fruitcakes?

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  36. 125
    altruism in industry says:

    it’s very lonely not having anybody reply to your posts isn’t it. Would you like me to pray for you ?

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    • 126
      The Vatican says:

      BW is a very unpleasant person. Pray for him, by all means, but that still doesn’t mean he shouldn’t go to hell.

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    • 133
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Ahh … di dums …. – but essentially you haven’t got an answer for ‘the accusation’ – so in depsration … you attempt to distract from the issue. N.B. i didn’t cross swords with sc on here to have some poofter excuse merchant think he could smear me and make me get all bothered about it. Shuv that up yeur fucking arsehole you militant politicised woofter excuse merchant.

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      • 153
        blowing rentboys says:

        Why don’t you go have sex with a man? You know you want to. We know you want to. End your frustration and just do it.

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  37. 136
    Make Hay while the sun shines Vlad. says:

    The Will of the West has never been weaker. Totally pre-occupied with homosexuals, promoting women to levels above their competency and fucking windmills.

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  38. 146
    altruism in industry says:

    I’m a bit astonished with the obvious bullshit that is coming out about the Ukraine. Young idealists are pushed forwards, who can argue with their desire to be free to fuck about with stuff.

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  39. 147
    Fabians are EVIL says:

    Just had a thought – If those ungrateful scottish bastards want their independence then let em have it.

    We can then IMMEDIATELY implement Double Summertine – making our daily lives much more enjoyable

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    • 150
      Earth remaining in the same orbit says:

      If that’s what you want, then just go to bed an hour earlier and get up an hour earlier.

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  40. 148
    Displaced Brummie says:

    I will be voting UKIP for the European elections but am not decided on my General Election vote. But our Conservative MP is good, so I might vote for him.

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  41. 151
    MH370 - Political Bumsex Twist says:

    The pilot of MH370 was apparently a big supporter of M’alaysia opposition leader: A’nwar I’brahim

    The pilot had attended the kangaroo court trial the previous day that saw I’brahim fitted up on sodomy charges:

    http://www.malaysia-chronicle.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=244482:shock-political-twist-after-days-of-secretly-holding-pilots-laptop-is-msian-pm-out-to-blame-anwar

    That could be considered motive for the pilot to hijack the plane.

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    • 152
      David Cameron, Nobel Peace Prize Nomination says:

      The moral of this story is that David Cameron’s bumsex marriage policy has very likely saved the UK from a bumsex-political pilot-hijacking of a UK commercial jet liner.

      That should win him at least a couple of extra votes in 2015 ?

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    • 169
      Soth east asia is a long way from your little dark bedroom says:

      Ibrahim is a fucking pervert who bummed his assistant. He was properly convicted and should now be behind bars instead of out and about fomenting trouble wherever he goes. Stop being a fucking idiot and believing every word you read in foreign MSM outlets.

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  42. 176
    Alii Printers Pakistan says:

    Lab 80% I’m printing the postal ballots now.

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  43. 179
    Owen Jones,champagne quaffing and cigar smoking socialist says:

    I just logged on my computer.

    I should really stop taking my laptop with me when I have a shit.

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  44. 181
    Gordno says:

    Good luck Lewis.

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  45. 182
    Geoffrey Brooking says:

    Who cares? Its only the Euros! The one that really matters is a year off and if you read George Osborne’s article in The Sun (only 70p) you will see why the tories are going to romp it! (with a majority).

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    • 211
      Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

      The only romping the Tories will be doing is romping down to Spad-U-Like.

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    • 233
      Skeleton bob says:

      You must be joking. It is the EU that now makes 75% of our laws. Westminster is fast becoming an impotent talking shop.

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  46. 188
    Prime Minister David "Moneys No Object" Cameron,the ignorant prick. says:

    My left-wing populism bashes the wealthy 1%, although they pay a third of all tax, which goes to socialist schools and NHS hospitals.

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  47. 192
    Johnny Fartpants says:

    Tra la la la la la la la la la la la la la tra la la la la la la la la la la la la la… (fingers in ears)

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  48. 198
    We are untouchable and we know it says:

    What’s the point of getting two lefties onto the Andrew Marr sofa to review the papers just so that they can both agree with each other on everything. “I agree with Clare”, “I agree with Stephanie”…. Balanced?

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    • 214
      Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

      it’s going to get worse. Nicky Campbell’s and his multi multi multi show is next,

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  49. 199
    Blowing Whistles says:

    oh dear – has someone taken offence overnight?

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  50. 202
    Knobend in Number 10 says:

    I will continue to dish out promises right up until the Labour landslide in 2015. Toodle pip!

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  51. 203
    Anonymous says:

    Seriously I thought this was Sally Bercow in the photo its not its a UKIP mep. Having a go at Farage. The resemblance is uncanny.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2581805/Nigel-Farage-bullying-hypocritical-preening-pony-Sex-change-MEP-clashed-ex-boss-argues-hes-disgrace-UKIP-intelligent-women-like-her.html

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  52. 206
    Cynic says:

    Tucked into the Telegraph Today is a publication called Business Reporter. IT looks l,ike part of the paper but it aint. Its a puff sheet published by Lyonsdown a PR company for Arms Manufacturers, parasite companies like Crapita and beacons of rectitude on human rights and corruption like Turkey

    And who is fronting this this week. Why our own Shadow Business Secretary who covers a whole 3 pages with big pics naturally

    One can only assume too that he did it for nothing as its not listed in his Register of interests

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  53. 208
    The Mekon says:

    How was Stephen Hawking circumcised?

    Ctrl+X

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  54. 210
    Hard working people are the new hard working families says:

    How odd.

    Osborne has just said all people earning less than £100,000 are hard working people. As if to imply the working rich are not hard working.

    Then again he uses “hard working people” in every second sentence.

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    • 219
      LibLabConners are self-serving incompetent shits says:

      “hard working people” — “our thoughts and prayers are with his/her friends and family” — “lessons must be learned” — etc.etc. — all meaningless LibLabbConner psychobabble bollux.

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  55. 212
    Snow Den says:

    Inconceivable that the Yankers haven’t got a handle on what happened to the plane from Malaya.

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    • 215
      C.O.Jones says:

      Probably somewhere in the Ozzie outback or some Indonesian island.

      I wonder if the pilots home based simulator was to teach young men with beards how to fly?

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  56. 216
    Tied Down says:

    George Osborne wearing the longest tie in the world. Goes past his bollocks and rests on the sofa.

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  57. 218
    A hard pressed middle class voter says:

    “For the first time UKIP takes the lead in a poll for the May Euro elections”

    Get in there Nigel,and boot that poof out of Number 10.

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    • 221
      Prime Minister David Cameron looking resplendent with a Hi Vis jacket and a custom made fart flap says:

      I say.that’s somewhat harsh old chap !

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      • 225
        Dave the Posing Ponce says:

        Don’t forget the brand new hard hat set at a jaunty angle to show that I really understand and relate to the workers.

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  58. 222
    FUCK OFF DAVE says:

    A lovely day today — only spoiled but that gay loving bastard Dave still pretending to be the Prime Minister

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  59. 229
    Prime Minister David Cameron looking resplendent with a Hi Vis jacket and a custom made fart flap says:

    We’re fucked ! The Conservative Party that is !

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  60. 230
    Yank spies must know where it is says:

    Standby for information on Flight MH730 to be released by the Yanks tomorrow to distract attention from the Crimean referendum result in favour of Russia.

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  61. 235
    Mad Frankie Maude says:

    What a disgrace: nothing for nurses, pay freeze for millions of civil servants but bumper pay rises for Tory advisers

    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/mar/16/civil-service-unions-attack-salaries-cabinet-advisers

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    • 238
      C.O.Jones says:

      The nurses and civil servants are overpaid anyway.

      As for the advisers – no political party should be allowed to have them, we elected MP’s who should be capable of of making these decisions anyway, not for them to sub the decisions out to contractors.

      Oh, I see, the majority of degrees in the HoC are Law and PPE, on second thoughts maybe we need a few more advisers than we presently have.

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    Jack the Ripper says:

    The trouble is, at least 63% are opting for Collaborators – which is what happened in 1975.

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  64. 267
    Right Full Rudder says:

    Does anyone remember a sci-fi movie where airliners are disappearing and it turns out time travellers from the future are hijacking them to repopulate mankind?

    I feel we shouldn’t rule it out.

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