March 31st, 2014

Rich’s Monday Morning View


241 Comments

  1. 1
    Village Idiot says:

    ……Just to reiterate:…….Same-sex marriage does not exist,whatever the elite tell you!….It is not possible!

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    • 15
      Casual Observer 2 says:

      Quite right. It is a PC chatterati invention that has damaged the image of proper normal heterosexual marriage.

      Dave is personally responsible. The man is not fit to be Prime Minister.

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      • 31
        Get with the times says:

        Beliefs like yours belong with the dinosaurs: as a museum exhibit of the uneducated past.

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      • 91
        Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

        You are 100% correct Cameron is responsible; and here are a few more reasons he won’t win in 2015
        1. No boundary changes
        2. Corruption within the Postal voting system not resolved
        3. UKIP trending at ~ 15% in the polls; they cost the Tories 20 seats in 2010 with 3% of the vote.
        4. Pilgrims still in position actively campaigning against the Government of the day using taxpayers money
        5. Union education fund is still in place
        6. Cameron’s appalling judgement in appointing Andy Coulson
        7. No TU reform allowing Crow and his mob hold us to ransom
        8. Tory constituency parties are disintegrating in protest at Cameron’s liberal policies
        9. The Tories will lose 7/8 seats along the route of HS2 to single issue candidates
        10. The Tories will lose one seat in Portsmouth due to shipbuilding being concentrated in Scotland
        11. No control of mass immigration
        12. Public spending still out of control and the national debt rising on a daily basis
        13. Human Rights Act still in place
        14. No referendum on Europe
        15. State control of the press introduced
        16. Cameron wanted to take us to war in Syria
        17. Gay Marriage
        18. The BBC is left wing and will act as Labour’s main election campaigner in 2015
        19. QE is destroying any savings people may have
        20. Cameron’s continued, unsubstantiated, support for Climate Change and general green issues.
        21. No promised Bonfire of the Quangos or reduction in Red Tape for businesses
        22. Cameron’s pathetic support for Yeo, Coulson, Laws and latterly Maria Miller. More evidence of his lack of judgement.

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        • 120
          Adam Smith says:

          More evidence that he is an accomplice of generalised political corruption and crime

          Far worse than a “lack of judgement”

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          • Philip Hammond says:

            Get used to i’t

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          • just another gay MP says:

            We didn’t think anyone would notice, but there you are. Don’t worry the gay mafia stuff is going into the long grass for a week or two. The new agenda this week is the climate change scam, it’s the new God you know

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        • 188
          dai puzzled says:

          did any one in murdoch incorporated recommend coulson?

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        • 194
          Guido is a Jeremy Hunt says:

          22 Reasons why I no longer vote Tory

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        • 195
          Myfanwy says:

          That is a bit strange, I had an addressed cirular from CCHQ asking me to apply for a postal vote, I do not know how they got my name, I have never been a member of a political party, let alone the Cons.

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          • Ditch the useless cunt now says:

            Dave and his arsebandits specialise in strange.

            My mother just received a similar letter.

            She died last July.

            Sad really – even if she were still alive, she’d never have voted for a flabby cocksucker like Cameron.

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        • 233
          Dave says:

          Fuck.

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        • 238
          Anonymous says:

          Nobody listens to the Pilgrims.
          Crow’s endless strikes were the best things the Tories could ask for.
          For all the cynicism Cameron is right – he is the only person offering a referendum who stands a chance of being PM.
          Osborne is following Chancellors past with Help to Buy, crazy low interest rates and now begging the baby boomers to blow their pensions to feel good in time for the election.

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    • 74
      EU Commissariat says:

      Gay marriage does exist, in fact this equality is enshrined in the laws of our glorious Empire which controls you. Our Dave was merely carrying out the law we have laid down.

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      • 98
        Butterkist says:

        Just watch the tabloids get stuck into the first gay divorce court case…

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        • 205
          Airey Belvoir says:

          The first, highly publicised – and feted by media – civil partnership lasted just eleven months. Gays tend to be more promiscuous, presumably because twice as many male libidos involved.

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      • 196
        Myfanwy says:

        You really only have to notice the recent “gay” exposés and you have your answer.

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    • 92
      I love you so, you pay my rent...boy says:

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    • 126
      Immygrayshun Kontrolla says:

      It’s the tories own stupid fault for letting foreign male prostitutes into the country.

      It’s as if they’ve never heard of Immigration Control.

      The only diversity we need is white British men and white British women.

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    • 144
      Candle up the bum says:

      Elton John to marry David Furnish

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      • 145
        Philip Hammond says:

        Get used to it.

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        • 154
          we only do it to please the Scots says:

          When Scotland becomes independent can we
          stop putting our clocks forward/back?

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          • Jack Ketch says:

            No, DST totally confuses the invasive species. Where I live is a sort of bottleneck where all the Poles, Roma, Slovaks, Lithis, Afghans, Kurds, Chinese, Vietnamese, Jinna’s finest, Iraqis and assorted others must pass to reach bus and railway stations and the main roads. Everything was blissfully quite until 08h30, whereas the traffic normalyl gears up an hour earlier. I suspect that there were a lot of late starts today and the Job Centre had not much to do until 10h00

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          • Gay MP says:

            But we want to continue putting our cocks forward/back.

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    • 228
      olden1936 says:

      I must admit that as an English pensioner the prospect of same sex marriage becoming a UK religiously and officially accepted way of life holds little interest for me. Certainly I have no wish to dictate to folks about how they should or shouldn’t live their lives. I do worry about the ongoing effect of this nationally official acceptance upon the worlds of entertainment and in particular that of what is in future to appear as acceptable on our TV and cinema screens. Long ago during my sans-TV, WW2 childhood the sensitivities of we unworldly cinema audiences were constantly shielded by the good taste of the respectable, but often criticised, British board of Film Censors. Since those Censor-controlled, clean-cut, 5 second max screened length kisses days ended, so-called entertainment has increasingly included actors and actresses expected by their employers to ‘bare their all for their art’ whilst giving screened performances of usually casual sexual intercourse of such vigorous passion and length that would in real life no doubt afterwards put most couples into long-stay hospitals. In the film maker’s frantic search for realism nothing is sacred and certainly everything normally done in private has to be vividly displayed on screen, even when, as it always does, it boringly interrupts the flow of otherwise interesting films. To date this desperate search for realism has mostly been limited to filmed sexual displays between men and women, but the prospect of how the new UK officially accepted way of life will be translated by profit orientated film makers on to our screens fills me with trepidation or even nausea. But then of course as the old fashioned old fart that I am I can always switch off and instead read a book.

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  2. 2
    Andrew Efiong says:

    How can someone who thought it was a good idea to buy a rentboy and do some drugs get near government? If they can’t tame their trousers, how can they control the deficit?

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    • 4
      Lou Scannon says:

      If it wasn’t for all the arseholes in Westminster there would be no deficit to control.

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    • 6
      Thostids says:

      It seems that whereas the sort of behaviour which got its perpetrators chemically castrated, imprisoned and treated with contempt by sexually-normal people is now the norm in the Westminster Bubble such that it’s malign influence extends to the appointment of financially incompetent Clergymen with drug-fuelled Rent Boy habits to the Administration of a National Bank.!
      It seems that by packing the ranks of legislators with these perverts, they have the brass neck to tell us that not only to the get to do what they want but to oblige us to accept their idea of “normal” eg cottaging bumsex as the moral equivalent of “marriage”. We’re doomed, Mr Mainwaring.

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    • 9
      Dessert Rat says:

      It’s a vital part of the cv for the pervs club at Westminster

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      • 48
        Philip Hammond says:

        G’et used to it.

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        • 85
          The Parish Proctor says:

          But I don’t want to and indeed to force me to is surely an infringement of my human rights? That a particular sexual preference has been elevated to the status of an entire culture tells you more about the power behind it than the lust. There is no such thing as gay marriage and no amount of legislation can change that. The behaviour of our ‘gay’ MPs is certainly an excellent advert for the stability and maturity of long term relationships of this sexual preference.

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        • 108
          Twampersand mk II says:

          The vast majority are not gay. Get over it.

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        • 132
          The Normals says:

          Most people find gays* nauseating. Get used to it.

          *Not lezzers though

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    • 118
      Marr says:

      I see the untrustworthy little shitstabber voted for more integration with the EU, and against a referendum.

      http://www.theyworkforyou.com/mp/24804/mark_menzies/fylde/votes#social

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  3. 3
    A Brazilian Rent Boy says:

    This is only the tip of the iceberg.

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  4. 5
    Dessert Rat says:

    Westminster is full of fucking shirt lifters, how the fuck does that happen? They are 2% of the general population but looks like about 50% of MP’s.

    We should be told!

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    • 12
      Mind the gap says:

      All part of the plan ducky. Have you been asleep for the past 20 years?

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    • 23
      Feminists are thick cunts says:

      50%? More like 90%

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    • 81
      bergen says:

      I think that the saying that politics is show business for ugly people is appropriate. Both seem over-populated with our “gay” brethren.

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      • 96
        BBC Quote of the Day. says:

        Jimmy “The Red” Naughty on listening to the defeat of the Socialist government under Hollande this morning on the Today Programme.
        “What a mess”

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    • 197
      Anonymous says:

      Less than 1.5% according to the ONS. They don’t have make a lot of noise for such a piddling minority. Shut down the BBC and starve them of the oxygen of publicity.

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    • 203
      Myfanwy says:

      It has been reckoned that 20% of males are gay an 20% totally straight then there is the range inbetween so I suppose it is the same for females, it was illegal to be “gay” (I don’t like using that word in relation homo, lesses’ males but not females.

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      • 218
        Jack Ketch says:

        If you do a bit of research, you will see that all the laws regarding homosexual activity were designed to protect boys and young men from predators. From the statutes under Edward III concerning the bathhouses of Southwark, to the Buggery Act under Henry VIII, to the Labouchere amendment and even the 1965 Act that decriminalised homosexual acts between two men in private over the age of 21, the aim was to protect youngsters. Lesbians are not known for touring public toilets or boy’s clubs looking for youths to ‘turn’.

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      • 223
        My Arse! says:

        “It has been reckoned that 20% of males are gay an 20% totally straight then there is the range inbetween”

        That’s an Owen Jones stat. To be spouted without any thought as to whether it might even remotely be true

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  5. 7
    ROGER MYBUTT(can't wait for midnight edition) says:

    Good old British politics “Sex and drugs and Cock in’th hole”

    He should have called Nigel Evans , it would have saved him £250 quid

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    Prime Minister"Money's no object" Cameron says:

    For Cultural Marxists,such as myself, it is not enough to be indifferent to homosexuality, everyone must explicitly promote it and be seen to do so.

    Hear ! Hear !

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  7. 10
    Mr Norman Normal says:

    Never paid a prostitute.
    Never paid a rent-boy.
    Never stolen from my employer.
    Never taken drugs.
    Never sexually harassed a colleague.
    Criminal record – 1 parking ticket.

    I guess I’m totally unsuitable for politics?

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  8. 13
    non taxable pikey says:

    HTF is a Brazilian rent boy allowed to live in the UK? Can someone explain the visa system to me please? Brazil is not ex Commonwealth, and has a reasonably benign government so he is not an asylum seeker. Who let him in, and do they still have a job?

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      OS1 says:

      British commonwealth nationals have access to enter the UK therefore access to go anywhere in Europe. France, Spain Belgium et al also had former colonies so access to Europe is available to those nationals who end up here in the UK. I don’t imagine there is much lolly for a Brazilian Rentboy to earn in Spain as opposed to the vast sums of money MPs are willing to spend.

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      • 57
        Philip Hammond says:

        Get u’sed to it.

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      • 61
        non taxable pikey says:

        So, entering by the back door. No surprise there then?

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      • 220
        John Bellingham says:

        Brazil was never Spanish and stopped being part of the Portugese Empire in 1822. It has no special connection to any EU country members apart from membership of the CPLP Lusophone group that does not give any preference to members to work and live in Portugal. Although Brazilians seem to be able to obtain Portuguese ID cards and passports for under Euro 100, the only reason for the swarm of Brazilians in London is their popularity as gayboy playthings–every bottyboy from Guardian journalists, to ‘First Secretaries of State’ and EU commissioners lusts after a Brazilian Boy from Copacobana in much the way that quite normal people dream of escorting a Swedish lingerie model–I think it something to do with the rhythm. The difference is that Swedish Lingerie models cost the earth to entertain, wheras Brazilian Beach Boys are dirt cheap until the blackmail letters begin.

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      M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

      He might be an electrician in his day job, which got him in, but in view of the inherent dangers to Brazilian electricians in London decided it was safer to become a rentboy.

      Realising that rentboys are two a penny and don’t get the minimum wage in Westminster he then decided to “speak out” to the highest bidding tabloid. Such filth is of no interest to The Sun’s readers so he hawked his story down market and dropped it into the Mirror’s gutter. The rest is history.

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    • 70
      just asking says:

      I think he’d been here on a student visa which had run out.
      So apart from the gay rent boy/drugs angle on the story
      he was also here illegally.

      Is there anyone involved in public life who isn’t perverted,corrupt,
      or a congenital liar?

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    • 119
      Mornington Crescent says:

      For much the same reason that this Mauritian girl could get a place at school despite only having a tourist visa: because we’re a fucking incompetent soft touch who’ll let anyone in.

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    • 200
      Anonymous says:

      That’s not even the start of it. How on earth can he get a House of Commons pass ? How lax can the security vetting get or are they all now been trained to be so non judgemental that they look the other way when confronted with a member of the holy trinity of “victim” groups.

      Truly, our pols are shitting in our faces or at best the faces of their rent boys.

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    • 207
      Lord Mandelson of Foy says:

      Don’t make waves!

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  9. 16
    B Boyd says:

    Should run and run in the Guardian and on the BBC – unlike the crystal Methodist story with the Revererend [sick] Flowers aided and abetted by Paxo stuffing the blame onto the Conservatives.

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  10. 18
    Must get a pseudonym one day says:

    If he’d been an ‘electrician’, Cressida Dick would have had him shot.

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  11. 19
    The Last of the Few says:

    Can anyone explain why we bothered fighting off the Nazis?

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  12. 20
    Lot says:

    On the one hand, we’re told that an excess of salt is bad for us.
    On the other hand, we’re actively encouraged to indulge in unnatural sexual practices.

    Not exactly joined-up government, is it ?

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  13. 21
    Curious says:

    When will we hear a statement from Dave explaining why this idiotic pervert was in his Government?

    How many more of the gay mafia are crawling around in Westminster? Hundreds?

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    • 47
      Socialism is theft says:

      You have to wonder at the vetting process the Liblabcons undertake. But then maybe it is because the people doing the vetting are the worst of the sordid lot.

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    • 156
      We're All in the 'Antique Trade' Now says:

      They Gay Mafia are no longer in the armoire

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    • 221
      John Bellingham says:

      Rent Boys, drug taking and cottaging should be included in the Register of Member’s interests.

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  14. 22
    P.Mandevilson, the Eminence Greasy says:

    What’s all the fuss about ?

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  15. 24
    Chris The Leatherman says:

    B. Boyd has said it for me. If it had been revealed in the Daily Mail we would have had the world and his dog saying it was a sting by a neo-nazi newspaper. Yesterday the Sun on Sunday ran the story on their front page, a spolier I presume, it was the lead story on the BBC and everyone assumed the story was justified and not an invasion of privacy.

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  16. 25
    Anonymous says:

    Shouldn’t the samba king be called in to advise on this one?

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  17. 26
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    So our lawmakers are lying, thieving, drug-taking, nihilistic, rampant homosexual, traitorous scum: brilliant.

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  18. 27
    Anonymous says:

    We had non of this nonsense in the Brown Balls Mandleson and Brown Balls Miliband days.

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    • 50
      Mr Norman Normal says:

      Forgotten Mandy’s boy from Brazil? It was significant news at the time and ended up with a funny BBC farce where they attempted to censor everyone from talking about it.

      This resulted in a game where those interviewed live attempted to slip in comments about Mandelson’s homosexuality which resulted in news readers sputtering out a editorial edict dismissing it as irrelevant.

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      • 94
        Mr Norman Normal says:

        BBC In New Row Over Mandelson Gay Ban; Star breaks gag on air.
        BBC chiefs faced a new gagging row last night over Trade Secretary Peter Mandelson’s private life.

        A news reader tried to stop gay actor Nigel Hawthorne referring to the minister in an interview about writer Oscar Wilde.

        The BBC sparked fury last month when it banned personal references to Mr Mandelson after ex-Tory MP Matthew Parris “outed” him as gay on Newsnight.

        Hawthorne, star of Yes Minister, was interviewed on BBC News about a new statue of Wilde, who was jailed for being homosexual.

        The bulletin had earlier run a report on allegations about a trip by Mr Mandelson to Rio de Janeiro. (Turned out that Mandelson’s partner was a Brazilian after all lol)

        http://www.thefreelibrary.com/BBC+In+New+Row+Over+Mandelson+Gay+Ban%3B+Star+breaks+gag+on+air.-a060630231

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          Anonymous says:

          Wilde was jailed for a lot more than being homosexual. Let’s just say his tastes were “youthful”.

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          • Gordon Brown, Prime Minister says:

            At the time of this sexual activity, Wilde was 39 or 40 years of age and his sexual partners ranged in age from 16 to the mid-twenties.

            This perfectly reasonable behaviour would not now be a crime.

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  19. 29
    Lord Owen Jones of The Cottage says:

    Every gay Conservative MP should come out of the closet.

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  20. 37
    Crikey says:

    Does anyone seriously believe that there are no “normal” MPs/ Peers using escorts or illegal drugs?

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  21. 40
    Socialism is theft says:

    Is it any wonder the Liblabcons are in favour of uncontrolled immigration when it provides them with all the variety of cck and cnt they desire.

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  22. 45
    Gerbil 7 says:

    Could somebody explain the story please?

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    • 54
      Dave is a Gay Loving Tosser says:

      A fine upstanding member of my Government has paid to stick his cock up the arse of a rent boy (or vice versa, or both)

      I’m really proud to have had him as a member of my team of perverts.

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      • 66
        Philip Hammond says:

        Get u’sed to it.

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        • 69
          A non Metro sexual from the shires says:

          NO.
          You get used to the fact that shoving your willy up some other boys bottom is not what the human body was designed for, otherwise you wouldn’t have to go round with a tämpon up your jacksie to stop the shit dropping out, would you?.

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        • 90
          Anonymous says:

          Really appreciate both the cohesion and finesse of your argument

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      • 146
        A nony mous says:

        dave, you forgot the illegal drugs bit. He bought and used illegal drugs.

        If the MP has resigned over this, surely that proves he would have been open to blackmail by a foreign state ?

        Although Balls and Millbands wives could be though of as criminal, I doubt they are going to be blackmailed because they ‘married’ them.

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      • 158
        Fucking dis custard says:

        What a bummer!

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    • 55
      BBC says:

      Gay TORY MP, has sex with rent boy and tries to buy drugs.

      Note to webmaster how do I make the word TORY even bigger and bolder?

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    • 62
      Gerbil 7 says:

      Thank you both.
      Situation normal then.

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  23. 49
    Labour Message of the Day says:

    Pay £10 per month for membership to the NHS Health Club, plus £20 per night for overnight stays *

    * Limited time offer, only open to taxpayers. Benefits claimants need not apply.

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  24. 56
    Pedrophile Info Exchange says:

    Is he another “nurse”?

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  25. 58
    albacore says:

    Dear me, it appears that the AutoMod’s
    Got choosy on epithets about sods
    Who stick their noses where they shouldn’t go
    Well – either those or odd tackle below

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  26. 77
    fiends with benefits says:

    Rent boys with Westminster Passes? It’s all part of the service dear boy.

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  27. 78
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    I sometimes wonder if the idea behind the Matrix film might not be true and that we are communicated with by the mass media in order to prepare us psychologically for the truth about reality. In the actions of the so called elected leaders they seem to have abandoned all pretence and are just telling outright lies. I haven’t worked out why they should be doing this.

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    • 93
      JadedJean12 says:

      It’s called the promotion of Libertarianism. This evil ideology falsely asserts that we are all equal. This is done to promote increased consumerism by taking advantage of those that are cognitively disadvantaged.

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  28. 84
    Lord Voldemort says:

    Brazilian rent boys you say? Bring them on! Being an MP never stopped me…

    Now, can anyone fetch me some more of that nice Guacamole from the chip shop?

    Love to All

    Mandy

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  29. 88
    mystery solved says:

    MP = Mincing Pervert.

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  30. 95
    Oh, really? says:

    Gee. If only he’d been a Methodist Minister, this would have been a non-story as far as the Mirror would be concerned.

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  31. 100
    Poure says:

    Farage is right and The EU does have blood on its hands over Uktrain.

    Our MSM is complicit in this and seems to be sleepwalking into an EU/Global banking consensus.

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    • 104
      Gee Whiz says:

      Eh?

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      • 151
        Fishy says:

        He’s reiterating what a load of UKIP nutters are saying over on the DM site. Pop over there and you’ll get a better idea of their love for RasPutin.

        It goes something like the old; Putin is also the enemy of the EU, and my enemy’s enemy is my friend

        Serious deranged these KIPpers

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        • 162
          Elder of the Internet says:

          You don’t have enough intelligence to comment on these issues.
          Best log off the internet and wait until the BBC tells you it’s all ok.

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        • 174
          Herman von Rompuy says:

          One Empire.

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        • 176
          I'm paid by the EU, BBC and CCHQ to spread smears about UKIP says:

          Fishy, good lad.
          A new recruit, so still a bit fresh.
          I’m sure he will come on in time.
          Dont forget timesheets on Friday before 12.

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    • 170
      A nony mous says:

      It is the expansionist policies of the EU which caused the crisis in Ukraine.

      If the EU had not encouraged the uprising in Kiev through the promotion of trading agreements and the carrot of future EU membership, then Russia would not have needed to invade Crimea to protect its interests.

      Most serious commentators would agree the EU is to blame.

      Let us not forget Cameron, Hague and the UK’s media were desperate to invade Syria last year, and bomb the sh1t out of the country. We were lucky for once a few rouge MP’s derailed that plan.

      Farage is yet again simply speaking common sense much to the dislike and embaressment of MP’s and the media.

      The publics dislike of EU meddeling in Ukraine and the bombing of innocent people in Syria proves how out of touch MPs and the liberal media bubble are with the ordinary UK public.

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  32. 102
    Ah! idea! says:

    Is the Indy still for sale?

    Why not try eBay?

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  33. 106
    Ah! loved at last says:

    Cinderella Law.

    We’re all going to the Ball.

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  34. 114
    Wizard's Sleeve says:

    Does this count as an occupational injury?

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  35. 117
    Mr Santos says:

    My Westminster pass was to facilitate easy entry!!!

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  36. 121
    Relief indeed says:

    Sport Relief raises £51 Million, but we still have football taking up half of newspapers.

    Let’s hope the don’t hold a mu55ie Relief, they already fill half our prisons

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  37. 127
    Sir Gay Lavrov says:

    If West accepts coup-appointed Kiev govt, it must accept a Russian Crimea

    http://rt.com/news/lavrov-crimea-ukraine-west-181/

    “The West is inconsistent in not recognizing the Crimea referendum as legitimate, while recognizing the military coup in Kiev, Russian FM Sergey Lavrov said. He accused the EU and US of duplicity and described sanctions as a “dead-end track.”

    If the West accepts Kiev’s coup-appointed government then it must, in turn, accept the legitimacy of Crimea’s referendum to join with Russia, Lavrov said in an interview Sunday.”

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  38. 133
    Why pay then sleep says:

    Only in Guido’s Sun.

    DEAR DEIDRE 1 hr ago
    I’ve been married 12yrs but I still sleep with three prostitutes
    IT’s not just about sexual relief for me — I like the touching and kissing that goes with sex. After a couple of days without it I find myself starting to get moody and bad-tempered!

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    • 167
      Fucking dis custard says:

      You mean you kiss prostitutes? How revolting, you don’t know where their tongues have been.

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  39. 135
    Lord Owen Jones of The Cottage says:

    MP down to ask very first Question in Parliament today? Order Paper says…Mark Menzies. Will he turn up?

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  40. 138
    Anonymous says:

    BBC & Eco-fascists are upset that dredging of sorts has started. They need floods and misery to be able to shout look “global warming!”

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    • 159
      A Muslim says:

      Young females often tend to be fuckwits. It’s why we keep our ones under strict control.

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    • 161
      The BBC Bias Unit, headcount 14,263 and rising says:

      Too fucking right we do:

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-26810559

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    • 169
      Islington - the only place in the universe says:

      Bet she doesn’t live in Somerset.

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    • 190
      And another thing says:

      More eco loons from the Met Office on the R4 Toady program today.

      They subtly slipped in we need to prepare for climate change with buffers and measures such as “increased wetlands and mangroves”.

      That is code for “we flooded Somerset and will flood it again, don’t dare tell us we made a mistake”.

      Another gem was the Toady presenter saying after a long analysis by the met gobshite “so that means hotter summer and wetter warmer winters” and the Met
      gobshite replying

      “well possibly, but not always, we might also get wet summers and cold winters, its also difficult to tell how this will impact the UK as the UK is not specifically mentioned in the report”…..

      So you mean the weather might be variable like normal and there is nothing about the UK in the report then….

      Complete and utter b0llocks from the BBC, eco loon propganda.

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      • 229
        Coin Flipper says:

        Or the North Atlantic drift changes and we all freeze to death.

        Is that one still a runner? I don’t hear so much about it lately.

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  41. 143
    Bertie Blunt says:

    Methadone. Why can’t cartoonists spell?

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  42. 150
    Come on, Guido says:

    So, about those super injunctions which a couple of very anti-gay MPs have……

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  43. 181
    A doctor says:

    Defecation is the final act of digestion, by which organisms eliminate solid, semisolid, and/or liquid waste material from the digestive tract via the anus.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Defecation

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  44. 182
    Graham says:

    Westminster is full of them. MPs now have to be gay or bi.

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  45. 187
    Emperor Spongebarry Hotpants says:

    You guys qre really hung up on gay sex; invade Russia you now!

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  46. 211
    Duncan Alan Duncan says:

    I like to have colleagues with similar interests close by me.

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  47. 212
    Not been following says:

    Who is that in the picture? My Sun on Sunday showed that Tory alleged drug & rent-boy user with dark hair…

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  48. 213
    Dave the Gay Loving Tosser says:

    Elton. Great news that you are going to marry David. Which of you takes the top doggy position by the way?

    I’m sure your two little boys will make great bridesmaids.

    Thanks so much for giving such high profile support to my bumsex marriage triumph.

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    Dangerous Brian says:

    Not really sure if anyone has addressed this yet, but lets just say, in our new era of equality and inclusion, if a gay m*slem has a predeliction for numerous partners (and lets be clear most gay people have that predeliction), then will he/she be able to marry multiple partners?
    Are female m*slems allowed to marry more than one person?
    If not, in our enlightened society, why not?
    Will gay m*slem men be able to have four husbands?
    Will bi m*slem men be able to have 2 wives and two husbands (or a combination)?
    How long before animal lovers are given the same rights as anyone else?
    Without wanting to sound really wierd, that opens up a whole new can of worms doesn’t it?

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      Straight Bloke says:

      “most gay people have that predeliction”

      SO do most of us. Marriage laws were supposed to curb it. Let’s see whehter it does for the gays.

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    Maimed Codger says:

    If Sharia Law is introduced, how much of Parliament will we loose ?

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    olden1936 says:

    I must admit that as an English pensioner the prospect of same sex marriage becoming a UK religiously and officially accepted way of life holds little interest for me. Certainly I have no wish to dictate to folks about how they should or shouldn’t live their lives. I do worry about the ongoing effect of this nationally official acceptance upon the worlds of entertainment and in particular that of what is in future to appear as acceptable on our TV and cinema screens. Long ago during my sans-TV, WW2 childhood the sensitivities of we unworldly cinema audiences were constantly shielded by the good taste of the respectable, but often criticised, British board of Film Censors. Since those Censor-controlled, clean-cut, 5 second max screened length kisses days ended, so-called entertainment has increasingly included actors and actresses expected by their employers to ‘bare their all for their art’ whilst giving screened performances of usually casual sexual intercourse of such vigorous passion and length that would in real life no doubt afterwards put most couples into long-stay hospitals. In the film maker’s frantic search for realism nothing is sacred and certainly everything normally done in private has to be vividly displayed on screen, even when, as it always does, it boringly interrupts the flow of otherwise interesting films. To date this desperate search for realism has mostly been limited to filmed sexual displays between men and women, but the prospect of how the new UK officially accepted way of life will be translated by profit orientated film makers on to our screens fills me with trepidation or even nausea. But then of course as the old fashioned old fart that I am I can always switch off and instead read a book.

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      nell says:

      > casual sexual intercourse of such vigorous
      > passion and length that would in real life no doubt
      > afterwards put most couples into long-stay hospitals

      You speak for yourself

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        olden1936 says:

        Hey Nell! Aged a creaking 77 sadly I am speaking for myself, but even in my prime (when and if ever that was) I could never have equalled the screened offerings!!

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