March 19th, 2014

Ed Miliband: Prime Minister in Waiting

Responding to the penultimate budget before the election, one phrase that you can not apply to Ed Miliband today was “Prime Minister in waiting”. He was all over the shop, tearing through his list of tired slogans before limping back to his class war comfort zone. It wasn’t as bad as Ed Balls’ terrible Autumn Statement meltdown, but it was not far off.

Of course responding to a Budget you have not seen is tricky – especially one with lots of unknown detail – but Miliband could have at least mentioned it once or twice rather than just yelling. One very loyal government member chortles “Miliband was just a complete car crash… Every Labour MP must be asking the question why they have him as leader”. And it’s not just Tories who think this…

Instead of spending money they do not have on expensive focus groups and polling, the Labour Party should just watch Channel Four’s GoggleBox. The show has people from all walks of society watching TV at home and it captures their reactions. Miliband and his pie-in-the-sky Jobs Guarantee Scheme popped up on the news, and the response will not make for comfortable viewing if you’re a Labour strategist or supporter.

Some of the family friendly comments include:

“F**king hilarious!”

“Ridiculous!”

“He is a bit of a joke isn’t he?”

“I don’t even understand politics, but I understand that is s**t idea.”

“The Labour Party… they must think we are donkeys.”

The people have spoken.


151 Comments

  1. 1
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All eco-loons says:

    A golden opportunity missed by Osborne to abolish the telly tax so as to ease the cost of living on the poorest households, to end the ridiculous clogging of magistrates courts for non payment and to open up the market to new media companies by auctioning off the BBC’s TV & radio frequencies.

    They will be popping champagne corks at the BBC tonight instead of downing bottles of hemlock as should have been the case.

    The election is in the bag for Miliband and Labour :-(

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    • 6
      Gordon Brown says:

      I am working hard for charity

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    • 14
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All eco-loons says:

      I should have added unless he Scots vote for independence :-)

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      • 15
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All eco-loons says:

        *the

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      • 127
        Julian Gibb says:

        Milliband lost the 2015 General Election today. However he may just have guaranteed a YES vote for the Scottish referendum by putting the Tories in front.

        I have to admit Osborne delivered the budget well. He addressed key concerns such as savings.

        Millibands response was the final nail. A measured profession presentation was countered by a rambling series of poster campaign rants.

        Picture Ed Balls first budget after a Labour win and an overall majority for the Tories is assured.

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    • 37
      broderick crawford says:

      Harridan is looking more like a benevolent granny every day that passes.

      She ll be bringing in her knitting and pince nez glasses next week .

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      • 97
        Sick oul bat says:

        A benevolent granny?……my granny made rhubarb pie and nice stuff. She didn’t advocate ten years being groped up

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      • 126
        John Bellingham says:

        When I was a kid, a benevolent-looking granny a few doors away–so benevolent and sweet ole granny-looking that she could have been used for any biscuit or cake TV ad. was banged up for ten years for administering strychnine to her rivals at the WI.

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      • 137
        Yeo the man says:

        I would still slip her a portion.

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  2. 2
    Big girls blouse says:

    The only Waiting Ed should be doing is like when John Prescott was a ships steward with a few tables to look after!
    Rearranging the. Deck chairs on the Titanic that’s today’s Labour Party.

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    • 39
      broderick crawford says:

      Bar Steward !!

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    • 51
      Waiting for Gordo says:

      Eagle for next Labour leader.

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      • 57
        was it something I said? says:

        Yvette Cooper will be the next leader of the opposition.

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        • 93
          LabourBlist-er says:

          With votes at 16 on the horizon, LabourBlister can exclusively reveal that Yvette and Angela – not to mention Harriet, Rachel and even Dame Tessa have signed yup for twerking lessons. Get ready to see those Labour women getting down with the kids and shaking their booty!

          Not to be outdone the guys at Labour 16 are also organising a boy band. Louis Walsh has been conducting the auditions and we can reveal that the final line-up will be Gerry Kaufman, Frankie Field, Jumping Jack Straw, and baby of the band Ali Darling. they are still looking for a name so send your suggestions to Douglas Alexander – and suggest a band name as well

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        • 111
          Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

          She’s being groomed for it.

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        • 118
          Barnehurst Bob says:

          I hope you’re right. That way we’ll get more of Ed Balls’ economic genius followed by his training for the international hide and seek champinships.

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  3. 3
    Red Ed Milibland says:

    “tax the bankers bonuses”… “bedroom tax”…. “tax cuts for millionaires”…. “cost of living crisis”…. “food banks”….. all my favourite incoherent meaningless sound bites for the BBC.

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    • 105
      Football Philo says:

      Two Eds are better than one

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    • 148
      Poor Bloody Taxpayer says:

      The Labour part needs the bankers to earn huge bonuses. Their economic policies are dependent on paying for everything out of the taxes raised on said bonuses, which they have already spent ten times over.

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      • 149
        (optional) says:

        Ed’s Just so flipping pessimistic: The thought of him droning on for years…
        Surely at least some part of his job should be to engender hope. Can’t see it in him at all.
        But then maybe I can’t see it in any of’em.
        Then again maybe there truly is no hope,,,,,,,,,
        There really is no hope, might as well vote Labour.

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  4. 4
    Nick says:

    Miliband was a shambles.

    But it just doesn’t matter.

    Here is a party that presided over a financial collapse, industrial collapse (that granted was probably started by Thatcher, but still), a benefit Britain, the most unpopular PM in living memory, the shortest serving PM…

    … and still Labour got 29% of the vote in 2010 and have increased it since.

    I know Cameron and Osborne haven’t been wonderful, but to see Labour consistently leading the polls just makes me ponder about the sanity of the British electorate.

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    • 19
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All eco-loons says:

      The Tories only chance now is if the Scots vote for independence.

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    • 22
      was it something I said? says:

      Is it any wonder that anybody with the wherewithall or the accountant to avoid, evade or otherwise pay as little tax as they possibly can does so?

      That chap who won 108million quid yesterday – what’s the best advice he could have got (apart from remaining anonymous?).

      ‘Get your fucking money away from these thieving c*unts’ is the advice I’d be giving him. Look at him (miliband), listen to him. Who is he appealing to? Stupid people with no job and no desire to find one. What’s he promising them? Anything he thinks they want. How will he pay for it? With your fucking money.

      Run!!! Hide your money.

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    • 36
      John Ward (Medway) says:

      It’s not so much sanity (though there are numerous examples of that) as gullibility. Labour and other Lefties here and around the world use the same old propaganda techniques because they *work*. If they didn’t, the methodology would have changed long ago.

      Lefties *always* work by deception via propaganda – they have to, as they have nothing else of true value to offer. When the human race truly grows up, the Left will be unable to survive and we shall be rid of them once and for all. In the meantime…

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    • 46
      broderick crawford says:

      CHAV BRITISH ELECTORATE SAY

      Aint cha goddit yet mate . We don t give a flyin monkeys abahht politics and that crap .. All we want is the bennies , the the telly and the internet — preferably cheap as chips or even bettah , free!!

      So if this MilliHandShandy wallah gives it to us that s who we ll be arsed to get out of bed to vote for .
      Oh .. there s postal votin ‘ you say .. even better . we’ ll post that on the morning when we collect our Giro . Marvellous .

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      • 120
        Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

        In answer to your class biased nonsense.
        After a useless education which stifled their ambition, they watched the 7% of privately schooled children take the best jobs while the rich and privileged allowed millions of foreign workers in to take 80% of new jobs.
        To add insult to injury, too many snides now criticize the under achievers when we should be helping them.
        We were lucky to have our chances in life but we have let down millions of our neighbours.
        At the same time, plenty of those chavs you denigrate have good families and are members of good communities.
        They think we’re a bit weird to be tapping away on here instead of living a productive life

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    • 60
      Pitkapoika says:

      Surely you must have realised by now that a sizeable proportion of the Electorate have an IQ calculable as an inverse value of their shoe size.

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  5. 5
    Scottish Chav says:

    who knew the british public were so astute! some respect earned there.

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  6. 7
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    I completely disagree with Guido, Ed Miliband was worse than Ed Balls.

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    • 59

      I normally enjoy watching Lefties make Huhnes of themselves. Milliband was so bad I was embarrassed for him.

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      • 139
        Johann Lamont says:

        Ed wis great – lay him alane.

        He wisnae as bad as me on Newsnight gabbin’ aboot ma budget to save the union.

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        • 140
          Julian Gibb says:

          Johann the great leader of all MP’s /MSP’s and MEP’s in North Britain.

          I agree fully. In comparison your performance made the two Ed’s sound like Winston Churchhill (was that the cunning plan?)

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  7. 8
    Worrying for the economy says:

    Ed the wrecker, can he wreck it?
    Ed the wrecker, yes he can!

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  8. 9
    Streatham Crew says:

    And yet the Tories remain behind in the polls, the party that could not even win against Brown.

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    • 38
      Skeleton Bob says:

      Yes. Labour are the car crash but the Tory toffs are the ‘Carry on Doctor’ cast.

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    • 55
      broderick crawford says:

      Listen coz I m getting tired of saying this .

      The only REMOTE chance if a Tory victory on present projections is if they link up with UKIP …but they won t hear if it coz they still think they are born to rule ….. and that will be their rude awakening .

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    • 78
      Anonymous says:

      Oh do fuck off Chuka, you two faced bore – I bet you hold your nose every time you set foot in your constituency.

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  9. 10
    Bonzo Dogface DooDah fuckwit band says:

    Hehe, good to see some ‘normal’ people with common sense on the box instead of fawning celebrity shite.

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  10. 11
    Leamas says:

    Gogglebox is the best show on television.

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  11. 12
    Vlad the G(r)8 says:

    If they want popularity ratings like mine, they should just annexe something…. Chelsea FC?

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  12. 13
    Ed says:

    I’m having a lack of thloganth crithith!

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  13. 16
    One Ass Labour says:

    “The Labour Party… they must think we are donkeys.”

    Never were truer words spoken.

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  14. 17
    Toxic Tories for Landowning Spongers, Parasites, Criminals, Peedos, & other Wasters says:

    If Osborne can change taxation rules for offshore-based online gambling companies so that they pay tax based upon where the the gambling is taking place rather than where the company is based then why hasn’t he done something similar for all multinational businesses so that they have to pay tax based upon where the service is being bought rather than the country where the multinational say they have completed the sale?

    If he can change the rules for online gamblers then he can change the rules for them the likes of Starbucks, Vodaphone, Facebook and Amazon too. So why hasn’t he?

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  15. 18
    Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

    I understand that the Chancellor talked about people’s pension funds.

    Did he plunder them again just to piss all the money away, like I used to ?

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      was it something I said? says:

      There will be unintended (or not so unintended) consequences to this.

      On the upside a lot of people will take a lot more of their pension a lot sooner which will give a boost to spending and therefore GDP and tax revenue.

      On the downside there won’t be so much demand for whatever annuity companies invest in to give you your pension so there will be lower stock and bond pri*ces at a guess.

      Whatever the outcome is I trust Osborne won’t, like the Maximum Imbecile, claim that nobody warned him of the consequences.

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      • 61

        Or just possibly the annuity companies, at last faced with some stiff competition, will have to up their act.

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      • 96
        Honest View says:

        No doubt, given human nature, esp. British, there will be massive spending by the newly retired, followed by sob stories and cries of “Why did nobody tell us we shouldn’t have spent it all?”

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        • 106
          was it something I said? says:

          Yeah. No doubt. But given that at some point in the not too distant future either a UK government or an EU government will seize all the funds in private pensions to make up for the shortfall caused by their grandiose schemes I think it probably makes sense for most pensioners to blow the fucking lot ASAP.

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          • ... and so say all of us says:

            Yes, they saved it all their lives so they could enjoy it in retirement. Spend it, have fun, let you hair down (if any left of course). Sod the kids, let them make their own way in life just like the current lot of oldies had to do.

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  16. 20
    Skippy says:

    If everything is going so swimmingly well, why has Boris announced today he has given the go ahead for water cannon in London in time for the summer?

    Must be expecting a lot of joyful pensioners, when they find out IDS has convinced Osborne to put pensioner benefits such as the winter fuel allowance in the benefit cap

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    • 66

      Which is where they should be. Too many well off pensioners get too many free rides, free prescriptions, free bus passes and the Winter Fuel allowance, all electoral bribes brought in by Labour. Means test the lot of them. I’m a pensioner, by the way.

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    • 121
      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      Because the socialist scum are going to riot

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    • 132
      ... and so say all of us says:

      Boris is on the ball as usual. The Met Office have just told him to expect a very hot dry summer so he is getting prepared to help his lovely Londoners get a nice cool shower every couple of days. Now how foresightful and considerate is that? Huh?

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  17. 21
    Shit Creek (brother of Jonathan) says:

    The national debt meanwhile, has really improved
    Gross National Debt
    FY 2013 £1.16 trillion
    FY 2012 £1.04 trillion
    FY 2011 £0.91 trillion
    FY 2010 £0.76 trillion
    FY 2009 £0.62 trillion
    FY 2008 £0.53 trillion

    But Osborne still makes it sound as if he’s a financial genius and that the good times are due to his steadfast refusal to change course.
    If Brown was known as ‘McRuin’ then Osborne will be known as “Cabin Boy of the Titanic”

    This was Osborne’s attempt to look like a future Tory leader

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    • 29
      Liam Byrne ( aka Baldemort ) says:

      The outgoing Labour ‘government’ left behind the biggest financial disaster since the Second World War.

      How the fuck did you expect that mess to get cleared up ? Magic ?

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      • 43
        Skeleton Bob says:

        The tree that produces magic money. That is exactly what millions of Labour supporters firmly believe.

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        • 44
          Skeleton Bob says:

          And these people are allowed to vote. I kid you not.

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          • Pitkapoika says:

            Unfortunately they also breed.

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          • Visc says:

            You suffer under the strange delusion that Osbourne is not a useless numpty, in essence exactly the same as the last lot. He has done nothing Alistair Darling didnt set out as his plan, (apart do so at a slower pace.) That in itself is damning enough. To try and blame it on Labour (excreble as they were/are) when the whole shebang is corrupt to the hilt is tribal lunacy.
            If people are bought by this nonsense they (i) sell themselves very cheap (ii) are unthinking morons.

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        • 103
          The Eagle Sisters says:

          Campaign song for Labour:

          ‘Don’t stand under the money tree with anybody else but me, anybody else but me, anybody else but me… ‘ Etc…

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          • Bang Cwozbee says:

            Er, that was the Andrews Sisters, not the Eagle Sisters. An apple a day keeps the eagles away!!

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      • 74
        We are untouchable and we know it says:

        Apply for a new credit card and then max it.

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      • 122
        Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

        Not magic.
        Cut foreign aid.
        Stop EU fees.
        Cut QANGOs.
        Take our money out of the banking system.
        Stop mass movement of the world’s poor in to the UK.
        Stop funding welfare for non Britons.
        Stop free NHS for the world.
        Close the House of Lords
        Sell a couple of Royal Castles
        Stop corporate tax avoiding

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  18. 25
    Anonymous says:

    Wasn’t Osborne bigging up our export performance?

    Why then is the contribution to GDP from net trade (exports less imports) flat over the next few years?

    Net exports contributes zero to growth between 2015 and 2018

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  19. 27
    aurora borealis says:

    Pretty depressing that any labour shadow leader can be as bad as this!

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    • 135
      ... and so say all of us says:

      He is not the Labour shadow leader – he is the actual Labour leader. Put your annuity papers down for a minute and do try to keep up

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  20. 28
    Toxic Tories for Landowning Spongers, Parasites, Criminals, Peedos, & other Wasters says:

    Help for Search and Rescue by cutting VAT on fuel.

    Would that be the same Search and Rescue Service they are going to privatise?

    Yes it would.

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    • 85
      Channel zero says:

      Almost as bad as when Liebour were in 1997 to 2010, doubling the licence fee for the RNLI radios, they happily can’t be privatised, didn’t know the RAF and Royal Navy air sea rescue paid VAT on fuel.

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  21. 33
    Sir Rodney Trotter says:

    It is criminal and an outrage of the unfair advantage international corporations receive in Britain from the Conservatives. These Corporations truly are “corporate welfare bums” on a free ride carried on the backs of British taxpayers

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  22. 35
    Anonymous says:

    Miliband looked real – for God sake lets have a PM not straight out of the Bullingdon Club. Brits have proved before they can see through greedy Tory politics – my bet is that they will do so again.

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    • 40
      was it something I said? says:

      He looked ‘real’ alright. A real fucking arsehole.

      Is that all he’s got?

      You’re rich and I’m poor. Well, not poor exactly, well not poor at all I suppose, well okay, I was never poor. I grew up rich and privileged and went to the same fucking primary school as Boris Johnson if you must know but … ooooh… look over there,. a millionaire, Bullingdon Club, 1%…’

      That’s IT?

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      • 98
        Honest View says:

        His comments would have been offensive had he been dragged up on a shithole estate, but they have the added stigma of being totally hypocritical. What a flapping, gawky, sixth-form turd he looked.

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    • 52
      C.O.Jones says:

      “Miliband looked real”??

      He looked like a political bulimic – regurgitating all his one liners. He said nothing about the budget at all.

      Blah blah blah – bullingdon
      Blah blah blah – millionaires taxes
      Blah blah blah – bedroom tax
      Blah blah blah – bankers
      Blah blah blah – house construction
      Blah blah blah – Eton

      No substance whatsoever! Nothing about the budget!

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      • 147
        Julian Gibb says:

        I agree fully.

        Ed Balls for leader! (I may have misunderstood when they said “Chuck your Money” was in the running)

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    • 53
      Amongymous says:

      You’ve been outvoted by the British public mate who think he’s shit.

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  23. 41
    sc and the moldavian bandecoot says:

    I particularly liked the contributions from the Tynesiders, the West Country and the Welsh.

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  24. 42
    Mizz, mizz, mizza speaka, says:

    Moderator hitting hard on D M article re muzz forcing out heads, suggest read it.

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  25. 45
    Shooty* says:

    That.
    Video.
    Is.
    Brilliant.

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  26. 47
    Rabid dribbler says:

    Bellyband looked like a 6th form politics student trying to make a point. He failed. He couldn’t make a point if you gave him a pencil sharpener…

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  27. 48
    C O (Ξ7e) says:

    In a similar vein, good piece by M’ax H’astings in the DM today worth a read:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2583970/Putin-thinks-West-weak-jelly-And-tragedy-hes-right.html

    This is the high point…

    ‘This British Government, for all its pretensions since 2010 to play a heroic lead, has conducted its affairs in a fashion that leaves us singing falsetto on the international stage. ‘

    … and it really goes downhill from there.

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  28. 50
    Anonymous says:

    Am I imagining it, or was that guy at the end a kraut?

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  29. 58
    Ed Miliband says:

    Racists, because they aren’t on the BBC.

    I wont let racist people vote, or people who are traitors to the Labour Party, because they are traitors to the great People’s Democratic state

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  30. 63
    was it something I said? says:

    Is it just me or does Ed Miliband look as though he’s got his nose pushed up against a window?

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    • 65
      was it something I said? says:

      In fact his whole face looks like it’s pressed up against a window.

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    • 72
      nell says:

      If he hasn’t got his face pushed up against a window he should have.

      Even Kinnochio as shadow PM never gave as dire a budget speech as that – militwit’s speechwriters need sacking.

      He was worse than dire! And that is bad for democracy . For a decent democracy you need a decent opposition. Judging by his performance today we haven’t got one!!

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  31. 69
    nell says:

    ‘it’s hurting but it’s not working’ ‘cost of living crisis’ something about eton and ‘out of touch tories’ over and over again ad nauseum.

    A Prime Minister in Waiting he is NOT!

    This is a whining gullible simple minded schoolboy parroting memorised phrases from his mentor the left wing owenjones!

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    • 84
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All eco-loons says:

      I agree, but PM he will become on May 8th next year and remain so at least until 2020 unless the Scots vote for independence.

      Emigration is your only option :-(

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      • 109
        nell says:

        +++++Laugh+++++

        militwit has as much chance of becoming PM as I do of becoming the next Queen of England.

        Even kinnochio and michael foot were not as inept as this!

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        • 142
          A serf from Suffolk says:

          Your Majesty, please learn how to spell ad nauseam properly or stop using it. Thank you

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  32. 71
    C O (Ξ7e) says:

    This will have interesting consequences:

    M’uslim 5th Column being taken seriously, or is P’tin wanting to flush out problems elsewhere in R’ussia ?

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  33. 79
    anonymouse says:

    I was listening to the rubbish on the BBC this morning described as Tony Benn’s diaries (who says the BBC is Labour’s mouthpiece) He read out his diary entry for his 70th birthday; who was at it?
    Ralph Miliband, David Miliband and little Ed Miliband.
    Ed had a work experience with our Tony and it shows by the rubbish he spouts!!

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  34. 82
    Comrade Carwyn and his begging bowl. says:

    My grandfather voted labour, my father voted labour and I vote labour.
    Wonderful place Wales.

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  35. 87
    LabourBlist-er says:

    We at LabourBlist-er say “Well done, Ed” – you might sound like Blair with a lisp, you might repeat turgid little phrases, you might have nothing to say about the budget, you might be a clueless tosspot, you might have Ed Balls doing his nodding dog routine, when he’s not doing his wanking gesture, behind you, you might never have done a real days work in your life, and you probably don’t understand real people (whoever they are) any more than Cameron and Osborne do, but you wear the right colour rosette, so your stunning intellect and charisma is a sure fire election winner

    LabourBlister forecasts a landslide victory of at least 200 in May 2015

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  36. 90
    Sir Rodney Trotter says:

    George Osborne is a fraudster who is trying to make a recovery out of falling employment hours, nervous consumers, rising trade deficits, falling real disposable incomes, a woefully unbalanced economy, an EU in economic neutral, and China heading for a hard landing. He is trying to make sense out of building more houses in daft places when we are already overpopulated and should be growing more of our own food.

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  37. 95
    Ben Ifitsareus says:

    This was Milliband’s “Kinnock moment”

    “Go on just nod your head”
    “Go on just nod your head”
    “Go on just nod your head”

    What a complete tosser.

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    • 144
      A Dodding Nonkey says:

      Not another sodding nodding donkey? Balls and Harwimmin seem to be unable to control it. Non nod nod nod nod

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  38. 100
    Question says:

    I was looking forward to having a laugh at Miliband but my electricity failed. Damn.
    I do hope it’s on again later.

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  39. 102
    nick says:

    As has been said above, everyone forgets the car crashed Labour governments of Bliar and Broon took us into 2 wars, and ruined tis country economically, financially and in every other sphere of our lives including unfettered immigration. They put us into a HUGE debt. Any government would have has the same program to recover as the Conservatives.You cannot magic it away. Labour has the same front bench people today as yesterday- they are the ones that ruined us. All Millband does is echo his stupidity from day to day- same old crap- no policies, no understanding, no wit or intelligence-followed by the nodding fools of Harmon, Balls Cooper et al. Labour is a car crash that has alresdy happened.As a political party they are an embarrassment. God help us if some of the fools in this country vote them in again.

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    • 124
      Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

      Labour will win the GE if the Tory grassroots continue to prop up the elitist EU loving open borders Conservative Party.
      The Tories will split the pro British anti EU sensible migration policy UKIP.
      VOTE TORY……..GET LABOUR AND LIBDEMS.

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    • 136
      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      To many of us with longer memories the car crash governments of Wilson and Callaghan set the tone before Blair and Brown were even on the radar .

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  40. 104
    All MP's are scum says:

    None of this matters. Labour voters would vote for a dead cat if it had a red rosette on it.

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    • 119
      nell says:

      The tide is turning – even labour voters are beginning to doubt militwit and balls – who wouldn’t ???!

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  41. 107
    MB. says:

    I was listening in the car, it was obvious he had had the speech written for him before the budget and is not quick-witted enough to speak off the cuff about what the Chancellor had actually just said.

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    • 117
      nell says:

      He needs to sack his speech writer! Even kinnock or michaelfoot didn’t perform as bad as that!

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  42. 112
    MandyPickleSniffer says:

    With every day that passes I am more and more disgusted with the lying scum Labour c~un-ts that get paraded onto the TV, denouncing the budget because it fails to address the plight of single-mother crack whores, or because it fails to kick the last remaining tooth out of the evil bankers, or whatever their tired pathetic cliche-ridden bollocks du jour happens to be. If I was a Labour supporter is be so embarrassed by today’s performance I’d drink a bottle of bleach. And I mean all the performances, not just the nasal drone lisping socialist douche, but all the nitwits who were on post-budget and who seem so keen to advertise their retardedness.

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  43. 113
    Benny Fitzcheet says:

    I’ve been cheated out me bennies! Thankfully, the next Labour govt. will feather bed me.

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  44. 115
    nell says:

    I thought even kinnochio’s ‘ wee’re aariiight!!!’speech was better than militwit’s pathetic performance today.

    At least kinnochio falling over in those waves that time was entertaining. militiwit is utterly boring, repetitive and predictable. And has nothing to say about his party’s plans for the economy to challenge osborne.

    I suspect labour’s fathers like haroldwilson will be turning in their graves at militwit’s lamentable budget day performance.

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  45. 128
    Ben Ifitsareus says:

    Taxi for Milliband!!!!

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  46. 129
    was it something I said? says:

    He looks like he’s completely pished and trying to make a point to the arresting officer.

    ‘And another thing… I am not completely pished, I am compleshely so*ber sho I am. I have n……n …… n ……. wash the word again? ……. n.. not? NOT? NOT been dri*nking………..’

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  47. 141
    The man at the back in the blue jumper - yes you sir says:

    I’d rather watch her than anything on the telly!!

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  48. 145
    Anonymous says:

    “Ed Miliband: Prime Minister in Waiting”
    Now that’s what one could call a pregnant pause.
    Ed and Dave are producing two contradictory narratives from an allegedly identical set of data. Reason suggests that both of those interpretations cannot simultaneously be optimal. Indeed, it is more likely that the pair of evaluations are flawed. The agendas and computational mental methodology in use by those individuals cannot be made evident to observers. Indeed those deploying them appear to possess no comprehension whatsoever concerning the nature of said ethereal apparatus. In short it seems faultfinding those cranial devices would make more sense, than just listening to them interminably grinding away out of mesh with reality.

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  49. 151
    Disillusioned says:

    Just ( Sunday morning ) watched the leader of the opposition’s response to the budget. “Car Crash Miliband” trotted out his normal meaningless soundbites-Cost of living crisis, Bedroom Tax, Bankers Bonus’s, Millionaires Tax Cut -and on and on and on.
    No wonder his front bench -Cooper, Balls, Harman Eagles and the rest of the non entities were unable to raise a smile.
    In spite of this the polls still put Labour ahead- speaks wonders for the state of education in this country.

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