March 25th, 2014

Cast Iron Dave’s Pie Crust Promises

David Cameron, September 2007:Today, I will give this cast-iron guarantee: If I become PM a Conservative government will hold a referendum on any EU treaty that emerges from these negotiations.”

David Cameron, January 2013:  “If elected in 2015, a Conservative Government will hold an in-out referendum on a new settlement with the EU – stay in the EU on these new terms; or come out.”

David Cameron, 2010 manifesto: “We will raise the inheritance tax threshold to £1 million to help millions of people who aspire to pass something on to their children.”

David Cameron, yesterday: “[Inheritance tax is] something we’ll have to address in our manifesto. I believe in people being able to pass money through the generations and pass things on to their children.”

Why should we believe you this time, Prime Minister?


  1. 1
    ancientpopeye says:

    Same old sameold, not a word to be believed…ever.


    • 7
      Cameron says:

      Gosh … errm … golly

      next time I’ll really, really mean it

      ok yah?


      • 102
        Anonymous says:

        Any Cast Iron, Any Cast Iron Any Any Any Cast Iron
        You think somehow we believe you now
        Well we’ve not forgot your CAST IRON VOW
        Your referendum laws will have a get out clause
        They are really just a try on
        So we all will still vote UKIP
        Get it in your brain
        We’ll be voting UKIP
        We’ll be voting UKIP
        We’ll be voting UKIP

        All right


        • 137
          coeur_de_lion says:

          I think the key phrase is ‘Conservative Government’. He needs the majority to make these things happen, not a coalition partner.


    • 18
      Myfanwy says:

      “Why should we believe you this time, Prime Minister?” Oh Geedes are you insuating that Dave is a porkie pie merchant, an Eton Bullingdon Boy, that would be Trade


    • 19
      Alex Salmond says:

      From Today.

      All English troops can either come over to Scotland or go home.
      All Hydrocarbons mined in Scotch territory are Scotch property.
      The BBC will not be permitted to transmit from Scotch soil.
      NATO and Baroness Ashton can get tae fuck


      • 23
        The North West - Ideal for fracking says:

        Can you come and annexe us please?


      • 30
        Brittania says:

        ….And Scotchlands toxic banks and toxic financial services?


      • 64
        I dislike socialists intensely says:

        Will Salmond let the Shetland Islanders have a say on independence from
        Scotland ? After all they have more in common with Scandinavia both
        geographically and origins .I suspect that the SNP would not as most of
        the oil and gas are near the Shetland Islands .


      • 82
        Anonymous says:

        The Shetland Islands vote should be independent of the main vote, and if they vote to stay within the UK then most of the Hydrocarbons will be in UK territory.

        Regardless Baroness Ashton can get tae fuck.


      • 99
        Go for it Jocks says:

        I hope the Scotch don’t mess it all up at the last minute. They have waited a long time to become independent and IMHO should seize the chance NOW as it will not come again.

        If it goes wrong, then at the very worst they could always apply to join the EU and accept all the entry bribes.


    • 22
      Point of order says:

      Turn the repeat play off from clip of the old bat who Miliband sniffed.
      It’s a pain in the hole.


    • 91
      Guido says:

      I will give you a cast iron guarantee that I will change the comment of the day on a daily basis .
      I will also promise to be non-partisans in my quest to root of out the behaviour of our political parties (this does not apply to UKIP)


      • 130
        Whiffler says:

        Hey – Dave’s promise include the phrase ‘if it hasn’t taken effect’ or such-like ……. it had.

        That said, although it had been passed in Parliament it sat in Brussels waiting all the other countries’ approval until late on. Gordon could then have said ‘we didn’t go along with it’.

        The truth hurts – but do get the real truth. Which is – Dave wants to stay in, and is using the Scotch (correct term) referendum as a rehearsal of his arguments.

        UK UK UK – out out out !


    • 135
      Blue Blood says says:

      The promises would have been kept but for the left wing liberals who stopped him keeping them.


  2. 2

    because he’s been in a coalition


    • 8
      GCSE English Grade C* says:


      He’s been constrainted by the Lib Dems and Labour vote against it all because they love tax and Europe.


      • 12
        Duke of Wellington says:

        He’s been constrained by being a lying bum-sex pussy-whipped retard


        • 17
          Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

          Has he become a Liberal Democrat ?


          • MrNedward says:

            Was he ever anything else?

            “David Cameron, January 2013: “If elected in 2015, a Conservative Government will hold an in-out referendum on a new settlement with the EU – stay in the EU on these new terms; or come out.””

            What he, nor any other senior conservative politician, has ever said is what the hell the referendum will be about when the EU rejects his reforms.

            What sort of EU would he be campaigning for us to stay a part of? The language used suggests strongly that if his reforms are rejected, that he would campaign for out.

            IF Cameron were to admit that, then he could win the next election.

            IF however, his claim that he would never ever lead the UK out of the EU is true instead, and regardless of the reforms, he will campaign for in, or just simply cancel the referendum, then Miliband will be PM.


      • 29
        Dave's a Heathite Get Over it says:

        Dave has no desire to leave the EU nor does he want ‘smaller’ government. Actions are what you have to judge him by an on every occasion he’s chosen the EU, the option for big spending and the growth of government. Sound bites and policy proposals that die as soon as the news release is deleted do not make a coherent policy to put our relationship with Europe on a new footing. Dave has every chance now of getting a slim majority in 2015 I’m sure he’ll use it as the excuse not to rock the boat on Europe.


        • 106
          UKIP FOR ME AND ENGLAND says:

          Come all the electorate throughout the UK
          It’s time to ignore what the LIBLABCON say
          Lets face it these parties have all had their day
          Our politics need rearranging
          So go out and vote UKIP lets sweep them away
          For the times they are a changing

          Not one of them listens to our point of view
          They’d sooner give our cash to the EU
          So lets kick them out and try something new
          We can’t afford this lot remaining
          Political rethink is long overdue
          For the times they are a changing

          They lied about Lisbon and promised a vote
          There all Europhiles and in the same boat
          Their treachery just bring a lump to my throat
          As each other they just keep blaming
          So send them a message and let them take note
          That the times they are a changing

          We will no longer tolerate lies being told
          Tax breaks for the rich but more tax for the old
          Ruled from the EU and our birthrights sold
          They ignore us when we are complaining
          If we all vote UKIP their out in the cold
          For the times they all need changing


    • 20
      Steve Miliband says:

      Gordon Fucking Brown signed the fucking Lisbon fucking treaty before Cameron became PM

      The fucking idiotic Lib Dems have been fucking wagging the fucking tail on lots of policies, including IHT and im migration. They want a fucking Mansion tax for fucks sake.


      • 92
        MrNedward says:

        Funny how the tories can get their own way on the mansion tax, but not a referendum, which was in the Lib Dem manifesto anyway.


        • 97
          Anonymous says:

          Tory Voting Song

          Jolly voting weather
          We are all Europhiles
          We’re very clever
          And lie to you all the while
          You fell for our promise especially the CAST IRON trick
          We’re all from Eton, and you lot are all too thick.

          If you think I’ll claim back powers,
          You haven’t got a clue
          We’ll hand the UK to Merkle,
          There is nothing that you can do
          No referendums Changes through on the nod
          I am the PM and I’m a duplicitous sod

          As for immigration
          I know it gets on your tits
          I will flood the nation
          And pay their benefits
          I am from Eton; I am one of the ruling class
          If you don’t like it, you can just kiss my arse


    • 27
      Bread and Circusssesesses's says:

      Ha ha ha, ho ho ho, chortle chortle chortle.

      That’s right



    • 28
      Bread and Circusssesesses's says:

      Ha ha ha, ho ho ho, chortle chortle chortle.

      That’s right



    • 39
      Nick Griffin had a point says:

      Aye, right. Dave secretly loves being in a coalition with the Lib Dems. A good excuse for reneging on his Conservative promises. What else do you expect from the self-styled “heir to Blair”?


    • 55
      If you hate Britain vote Lib Dem says:

      It was Dave’s decision to enter into a coalition, and he negotiated the terms.
      In addition they increased the annual foreign aid budget by more than the annual IHT collected, and yet they claim that they need the IHT to fund long term care for the elderly.
      Who are they supposed to be representing?

      Britain will give an extra £800 million to the EU budget this year because this country’s economy is outperforming other member states.


      • 101
        Village Idiot says:

        …..Is that correct?……Do our politicians care about their constituents?…no need to answer,as I know the miserable answer!


  3. 3
    max lobotomy says:

    I believe in Dave. He is a honest as the day is long.


  4. 4
    Anonymous says:

    Why the continual barracking of the Conservative Party. Do you really want Labour to get back in


    • 6
      Four-eyed English Genius says:

      Won’t make much difference. They are both as bad as each other.


      • 33
        Myfanwy says:

        I am begining to think that way myself, they both preach against doing something and the they, when they get into power, do exactly what they preached against. The common denominator seems to be Oxbridge and PPE’s


      • 95
        MrNedward says:

        I did feel that way too, until the budget, and more specifically labour’s attrocious budget response. Especially on Newsnight that night, when a labour spokesman said “We cannot trust them to spend their own money!”

        There is a massive gap opening up between the tories and labour on the economic philosophy. Labour does not trust us with our own money, the tories do.


    • 16
      Abu Abis Abit says:

      Vote Tory, get Islam


      • 31
        Faisal Islam says:



      • 71
        Marc de Nadiov says:

        Vote Millipede, Get Clegg!


      • 109
        Village Idiot says:

        ….Vote Conservative(who no longer exist),vote labour,vote libdem, get more Europe,more close ties,ever deeper entanglement to a busted,corrupt ,useless and expensive flush….And,the undemocratic union that struts the world stage,doing what “IT” wants,without a thought for those that are opposed to its actions!
        …Unreachable,unelected,undemocratic and expensive,…But great for a few!


  5. 5
    UKIP for me says:

    David Cameron, liar in chief?

    There will be no IN/OUT referendum as long as Honest Dave is in power UNLESS it can be rigged to favour an IN vote. The entire establishment will campaign for an IN vote, if tehy lose they will ignore the result and force us to vote again AND again AND again until they get the result they desire.

    If Cast Iron my word is(not)my bond Dave says it gets dark at night I wouldnt believe a word.


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      • 117
        Jelly Fish Cameron says:

        …He was Knobbled,or blackmailed,brainwashed,threatened,or….promised a rosy future,..but definitely not acting in the interests of Britain,which would be a better country “Out ” of the EU…..


  6. 9
    James says:

    Because he’s not in a Conservative government


  7. 10
    Quisling Hater says:

    The irony is the UKIP Quislings boost the chance of a coalition whether Con-Lib or Lab-Lib and so we never get a vote.


    • 40
      Stop whining says:

      Get your head out of your arse.

      UKIP don’t belong to you or the tories any more than they do to any other party.

      You get a vote; if you choose to waste it on tory bum-sexers that’s your fault.


  8. 11
  9. 13
    Shurdyrover says:

    Exactly what I told my Tory toff MP!


  10. 15
    Anonymous says:

    Has News Corp started the ball rolling for Boris then?


  11. 21
    Danielle Stevens says:

    Cameron is a principle free zone – like Miliband & Clegg.

    They don’t actually believe in anything except being in power.

    Vote UKIP – destroy the cosy cabal of crooks.


  12. 24
    Tax it until it dies - then tax it says:

    Nobody – rich or poor – should pay inheritance tax you bunch of thieving, duplicitous cnuts. Fuck me, If you and all your cronies start appearing strung up from lampposts by piano wire I will never stop laughing.


  13. 26
    the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    Why are we not insisting Kiev hold elections ?


  14. 32
    There's little evidence that David Cameron is a serial liar says:

    Lie 1: Three days before the election, David Cameron: “Any cabinet minister . who comes to me and says ‘Here are my plans’ and they involve front-line reductions, they’ll be sent straight back to their department to go away and think again”.

    Lie 2: A month before the election, David Cameron: “Our plans involve cutting wasteful spending, Our plans don’t involve an increase in VAT.”

    Lie 3: The coalition agreement: “We will stop top-down reorganisation of the NHS.”

    Lie 4: The coalition agreement: We will guarantee that health spending increases in real terms.”

    Lie 5: Two months before the election, from David Cameron: “I wouldn’t change child benefit, I wouldn’t means test it. I don’t think that’s a good idea.”

    Lie 6: Michael Gove, just before the election: “Ed Balls keeps saying that we are committed to scrapping EMA. I have never said this. We won’t.”

    Lie7: Liam Fox: “a bigger army for a safer Britain”, but it now loses 7,000 soldiers.

    Lie 8: In October 2009 George Osborne said: Retail banks should stop paying out significant cash bonuses. A year later, he opposed an updated EU Capital Requirement Directive intended to limit them.
    In 2013 he took a plane to Europe in bid to block a Europe-wide cap on bankers’ bonuses

    Lie 9: David Cameron: “Yes, we back Sure Start. It’s a disgrace that Gordon Brown has been trying to frighten people about this.” Yet the government’s Early Intervention Grant means a reduction of £1.4 billion in the amount given to early intervention programmes. As a result,More than 400 Sure Start children’s centres have closed during the first two years of coalition government.

    Lie 10 No cuts in tax credits for families with an income of less than £50,000;

    Lie 11 prison for anyone carrying a knife;

    Lie 12 no cuts to the navy;

    Lie 13 keeping the child trust fund for the poorest third of families;

    Lie 14 no hospital closures;

    Lie 15 3000 more midwives since 2010 they’ve created 1000. Lowering the shortage from 6,000 to 5,000.


  15. 34
    There's little evidence that David Cameron is a serial liar says:

    “I say to those watching today and who are genuinely sick, disabled or are retired. You have nothing to fear.


  16. 35
    perdix says:

    Even Guido knows that having a referendum on a ratified treaty would have been a waste of time and money and would have achieved nothing. Cammo expected a GE in the near future when he said that. It was a mistake not to qualify his statement but it provides ammo for fruitcakes.


  17. 36
    Anonymous says:

    Expect sales of dave’s Special Snake Oil to rocket.And he’ll campaign to stay in-regardless.


  18. 37
    There's little evidence that David Cameron is a serial liar says:

    “With the Conservatives there will be no more of the tiresome, meddlesome, top-down re-structures that have dominated the last decade of the NHS.”

    David Cameron 2/11/09


  19. 38
    Tracey Reckless says:

    My Leader is a lying twat and nobody should believe him. Because of him I will be out of a job in 2015 but I have my football and Barristering to fall back on and with my massive payout I will be OK Jack and Mohammed.


  20. 41
    ss says:

    Dave speaks so much shit am going to ask him to come speak at my farm to save on the fertiliser.


  21. 43
    There's little evidence that David Cameron is a serial liar says:

    I cannot keep my promises in another coalition after 2015


  22. 44
    There's little evidence that David Cameron is a serial liar says:

    If I become Prime Minister, no one in a bank that has received a state bailout will receive more than £2000 bonus.


  23. 45
    There's little evidence that David Cameron is a serial liar says:

    “When your family relies on the NHS all of the time – day after day, night after night – you know how precious it is. So, for me, it is not just a question of saying the NHS is safe in my hands – of course it will be. My family is so often in the hands of the NHS, so I want them to be safe there.”

    David Cameron, 2006.


  24. 49
    Fishy says:

    It’s a shame that the Sun has gone behind the paywall – Cameron had a front page in 2009 (BEFORE the election) telling the people of Britain why he could no longer hold a referendum on Lisbon. That’s BEFORE the election

    It’s astonishing that some UKIPpers over on the Speccie site were claiming the other week that it was actually Cameron that signed the Lisbon Treaty.

    For their benefit:

    – The Lisbon Treaty was signed by David Miliband and the Gordon Brown on the 13th December 2007.

    – Gordon the Slug, who had promised a referendum on Lisbon reneged on his promise and crept into Lisbon out of the sight of preying eyes to sign it long after the official ceremony had ended

    – Brown said a referendum was not needed because Lisbon was not a constitution and something that fundamentally changed the nature of our relationship with Europe- this was a lie

    – Brown’s so called Lisbon ‘opt outs’ have proved to be worthless

    – Labour gob-shite Caroline Flint (an expert on everything given the number of jobs she had) as Minister for Europe and responsible for overseeing the introduction of Lisbon, never read the Lisbon Treaty

    – Denied a referendum by Brown, the British people unlike those elsewhere in Europe never got a say. The Treaty was ratified by Brown in December 2009 – despite an impending General Election and protests from Cameron and others.

    So in summary (for those Kippers) it was Brown what singed it.


    • 58
      RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:



    • 127
      Up here on the roof says:



  25. 52
    Voice of reason says:

    The ONLY way to get rid of LibLabCon is to vote Independent.


  26. 54
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP


  27. 57
    Anonymous says:

    Why should we believe him? Nobody does.


  28. 59
    Anonymous says:

    “Today, I will give this cast-iron guarantee: If I become PM”
    it will have conclusively proven that lipstick on pigs can turn them into supermodels? Still its NICE to know governments do listen to their people. The general consensus on the merits of assisted demise has finally been addressed, by a systematic sabotaging of the NHS.
    “Inheritance tax”
    could be rationalised by offering payers the option to donate said sum to medical research etcetera. Since is not possible to bequeath sufficient moneys to offspring for the purchase of treatments that do not exist. But if all who were able to subscribe did so, the future health and continuation of all our descendants and theirs might be secured.


  29. 61
    ? says:


  30. 65
    Anonymous says:

    He is in coalition with the yellow bellied lib dems, if he had a majority THEN he could be judged. I am not sure why this is so hard to understand?


    • 70
      Fishy says:


      It was Cleggy who got in the way of the inheritance tax uprating

      But like Labour, the Yellows are another tax and squander party of big government.


    • 71
      ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

      Bollocks. If his policies were acceptable to a wider audience than just the swivel-eyed loons, the legislation would pass.

      If it wasn’t for the LibDems, he wouldn’t have got his Bedroom Tax or the privatisation of the NHS, so you can’t blame the Liberals for standing in his way.


  31. 66
    Gripemeister says:

    It’s a clear choice, do you want the state destroyed and do you then want to pay through the nose to pay for those services yourselves out of your own pocket.

    Do you want tiered services, where the rich and well off get medical treatment and those without means either do not get treatment at all or get a very second rate medical service.

    It’s whether you want fairness in society or you want a continuation of the rise and rise of the power of the corporation/donor/CambridgeOxford old network pals association.

    A continuation of the Bullingdon/Eton mess


  32. 68
    Bitch got what she deserved says:



    • 79
      Aint diversity grand says:

      Coming to a bus near you.


      • 123
        Village Idiot says:

        ….Diversity;…Great, in moderation,….bloody awful in saturation!….To the British Government,….”What have you done to Great Britain,you bastards”?


  33. 69
    Ah! Max says:

    Well one thing’s for certain. Nobody can call me a big dick!


  34. 76
    Come back Guy Fawks says:

    What a brittle and malleable Fecker.


  35. 81
    Flange says:

    Still nowhere near his biggest porkie.. “I’m a low tax Conservative”. That’s a corker!


  36. 84
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:




  37. 86
    Interior design, the musical says:

    Hahahahahaha, you could not make this shit up could you?


  38. 87
    Anonymous says:

    I will only be happy if David Cameron blows his entire pension pot on a used Fiat Punto.


  39. 88
    Powder Puff says:


  40. 96
    David Beckham says:

    I hear the nature vibe


  41. 98
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:



  42. 116
    Dave the Invertebrate says:

    If you’re not keen on the promises I’ve already given you,I’ve got plenty more in my goody bag.


  43. 118
    Chuka Time says:

    Chuks attacking the LibDems rather than Tories….Odd.


  44. 119
    Jack the Ripper says:

    Dave believes in passing things on. He passes his promises on from one manifesto to the next.


  45. 120
    paul collings says:

    All politician’s make promises they can’t keep too us gullible voters. Once in power the spin starts and one by one the promises become good ideas and then promises again for the next election process.

    The excuse that its a coalition is wearing thin but it is a reality.

    Cameron is going to have to preform a miracle if he is to convince the public to believe him and vote for him at the next election.

    His biggest mistake was not holding the referendum before the end of this parliament. Europe can afford to wait him out and see what the next government looks like. Europe doesn’t have to make a single concession for years, and if labour get in next year, there’ll be no referendum.

    Cameron has a difficult job. But he wanted the job. Its time he stood up and acted like a conservative.


    • 132
      Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

      He isn’t a Conservative. He’s a Liberal Socialist.


  46. 121
    Dromedary says:

    The Conservative Manifesto is the indication of what a Conservative government would do. Fortunately or unfortunately, there hasn’t been one since early 1997. So this is all neither here nor there.


  47. 122
    To sum up. says:

    Dave is a lying turd.


  48. 124
    Conclusion. says:

    Dave is a lying t(u)rd.


  49. 129
    Anonymous says:

    Politicians found to be lying sacks of shit- amazing. Who would have guessed eh?


  50. 131
    putins bear says says:

    No problem. Soon you will all be part of Crimea.


  51. 133
    can work won't work says:

    We don’t believe this prime minister.. he talks arse


  52. 134
    Anonymous says:

    At least he’s done better than Blair.


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