April 1st, 2014

Awkward Len Moments

An afternoon full of awkward Ed Miliband moments during Len McCluskey’s Press Gallery lunch today, not least his verdict on the Labour leadership:

“I believe the British electorate are of a mind unless there is a real alternative to say you know what, we best stick with the devil we know. Miliband has got to give hope to people. He has got to demonstrate that he will do something different in power… They come up with ideas but no one seems to be pulling them together in a coherent way.”

Who was sat listening attentively on the front table just a few feet away? One Angela Eagle: Chair of Labour’s National Policy forum…


222 Comments

  1. 1
    Eagle bros says:

    Len, fancy an arm wrestle?

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    • 11
      Bloke says:

      ‘Who was sat listening…’
      .
      For fuck’s sake Gaydo, write proper English.

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      • 29
        Socialism is theft says:

        Austerity followed by prosperity or reckless spending followed by poverty and begging. That is Len’s alternative.

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      • 82
        broderick crawford says:

        ” who was sat …” using the past oarticiple whilst not vernacularly correct is a legendary piece if syntax used in the North for many years and one which will no doubt be adopted by Yvette Balls after she has honed her mastery of the linguistic idiosyncrasies of the Northern Populace.

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      • 85
        Yvette Balls-Koopa says:

        Eh y’right there chuck, I was only saying t’other day that ‘appen Guido’s accent were going right northern.

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        • 206
          Pru Freeda says:

          There was a clear typo in the introduction. It should have read… “I believe the British electorate are of a mind USELESS. There is a real…. etc”.

          There fixed it for you.

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    • 73
      Fishy says:

      ‘Who was sat listening attentively on the front table just a few feet away? One Angela Eagle: Chair of Labour’s National Policy forum…’

      And did she give Len the Eagle death stare? Probably not.

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    • 200
      Man wearing dress and sandals & woman in trousers and boots. says:

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  2. 2
    Bob Crow says:

    Labour? In retrospect they’re a bunch of tossers.

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  3. 3
    Ed Miliband says:

    It’s not my fault I don’t look as butch as Mr Eagle.

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    • 126
      Labour is the nasty party. says:

      Please keep Miliband as Labour leader ,along with Balls and Burnham they just
      keep on giving .

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  4. 4

    Irredentism is In.

    If we had a proper strength army, we could retake France and be welcomed with open arms.

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  5. 5
    Bosun Higgs says:

    When I went for a bite with McCluskey
    He gorged like a ravenous husky
    I have to say Len
    Ain’t the freshest of men
    With an odour both pungent and musky

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    • 90
      broderick crawford says:

      Do you all agree that McChuskie looks the spit image of Mr Pastry … or was he long before your collective times.?

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      • 133
        White rabbit says:

        Not before my time…but not similar in my memory. More like a picture of an inbred Gloucester old spot. Yes, that’s it. Or offal thrown out of a slaughter house window.

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        • 209
          Fred the pensioner says:

          Agree – and Mr Pastry was funny haha and not funny peculiar like Red Len.

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    • 208
      Open the windows, quick says:

      The pungent and musky odour was probably coming from the the dusky Russky maiden (an emeyefive plant) at the next table.

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  6. 6
    Ah! Lawyers says:

    A Mafia Godfather finds out that his bookkeeper, Guido, has cheated him out of $10,000,000.00.
    His bookkeeper is deaf/mute. That was the reason he got the job in the first place. It was assumed that
    Guido would hear nothing and would therefore never have to testify in court.
    When the Godfather goes to confront Guido about the missing $10 million, he takes along his lawyer,
    Who knows sign language. The Godfather tells the lawyer, “Ask him where the money is.”
    The lawyer, using sign language, asks Guido, Where’s the money?
    Guido signs back, “I don’t know what you are talking about.” The lawyer tells the Godfather, “He says
    He doesn’t know what you are talking about.”
    The Godfather pulls out a pistol, puts it to Guido’s head and says, “Ask him again or I’ll kill him!”
    The lawyer signs to Guido, “He’ll kill you if you don’t tell him.”
    Guido trembles and signs back, “OK! You win! The money is in a brown briefcase, buried behind the
    Shed at my cousin Bruno’s house.”
    The Godfather asks the lawyer, “What did he say?”
    The lawyer replies, “He says you don’t have the balls to pull the trigger.”

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  7. 7
    Anonymous says:

    Surely both Eagle brothers should have been there.

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  8. 8
    Not in my name says:

    Ah yes, ideas. Lots of ideas.

    Pity none of them are anything other than unworkable headline grabs that will never happen or if they do will cause chaos.

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    • 94
      Depressingly predictable says:

      In Rutland they will vote Tory like thier fathers’ fathers and their fathers’ fathers ‘ fathers before them.

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      • 145
        but says:

        These sex abuse allegations happened years ago.
        Why yet again,did it take so long for the authorities
        to take action against these men?

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  10. 12
    Reality Cheque says:

    Did Len use a knife and fork or was just the knife out today?

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    • 13
      Where Eagles Bare says:

      Why do you think this was a FGM ceremony? Just because I was there I suppose. Well I’ll have you know that I don’t think of twats all the time.

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      • 18
        Where Eagles Bared and Croaked says:

        German cemetery sets aside ‘lesbian-only’ burial area after gay women’s group called for somewhere for them to ‘live together in the afterlife’
        Lutheran Georgen Parochial cemetery reserved for up to 80 lesbians. DM.

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  11. 15
    Move On its 2014 says:

    Angela Seagull is past her sell by date. Pathetic. No future with Labour!

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  12. 16
    Alex Salmond, formerly the cleverest man in politics says:

    Just wanted to confirm Lenin McCluskey will be awarded “Hero of The Free People of Scotland” on 19th Sep for calling off his goons during the Grangemouth strike and saving my secessionist bacon.

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  13. 17
    Scapegoat. says:

    Guido experiences a lull in traffic. Bring out the scapegoat.

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  14. 19
    Empty Ed says:

    There should be a judge led enquiry into the Teamster Unions in Britain

    They are all fucking corrupt

    Just look at Dromey FFS

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    • 210
      Fred the pensioner says:

      Do you have the address of a real live honest unblemished judge person we might call upon for this little job?

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  15. 20
    C O (Ξ7m) says:

    Ok, more ammunition for UKIP tomorrow:

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/04/01/us-ukraine-crisis-bulgaria-idUSBREA301B020140401?feedType=RSS&feedName=worldNews

    The nationalists in B’ulgar!a are threatening to collapse the government (they hold balance of power) if sanctions against R’ussia go ahead.

    UK foreign policy being dictated by the EU, and by extension the former eastern bloc is certainly not what the UK signed up to back in 1974.

    Vote UKIP.

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    • 23
      Mayor Boris of Laundry London says:

      Britain is part of the EU

      And will remain so

      The bankers and oligarchs who run British foreign policy have so decided

      Get used to it

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      • 93
        broderick crawford says:

        For God s sake Boris I don t care if you get in for a third term …. just don t let that George Dumfries fellah become Mayor !!

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        • 211
          Fred the pensioner says:

          That crooked cvnt who runs the Hamlets might be looking to stand…..

          We need a few tons of disinfectant to sort this lot out.

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    • 61
      Charles Crawford says:

      Actually it was Mrs Thatcher of late and blessed memory who wanted the EEC to expand to the East and consistent UK policy ever since

      In order to “broaden” rather than “deepen” if you remember

      She and those who followed her were terrified by the idea of deepening….

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      • 65
        C O (Ξ7m) says:

        Indeed she did:

        http://www.csmonitor.com/1990/1001/omag.html/(page)/2

        But that was the EC, not the EU.

        It was D’elors who wanted to deepen relations, and that was rightly opposed. It was not just the UK who were opposed though: The lumpy engagement in Gulf War I from EC member states highlighted the problems.

        Spreading a trading zone East made and makes perfect sense.

        Attempted Union with those states most certainly does not.

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        • 212
          Fred the pensioner says:

          The EA are also terrified of deepening.. which is why we’ve just had those disastrous floods all over the west country.

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    • 97
      Boombangabang says:

      You only have to look at the voting in the Eurovision Song Contest to know that expansion East is utter folly.

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  16. 25
    Think I'm losing my Ed says:

    Well, Len, it’s no good bleating now. You didn’t want a retread of Toni you said and so you went for silly arse.

    Now I am a metropolitan elite in New York it’s all too late. I told you the Wanker would be as much use as a chocolate teapot.

    My fees are very high now.

    David Milliwilly

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    • 27
      Gooey Blob says:

      The game was up the moment that Ed won the leadership election. Perhaps Len has now realised that he backed the wrong horse, but there’s nothing he can do about it now.

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      • 213
        Fred the pensioner says:

        Do Len’s members ever get the chance to vote him out – or is this one of those jobs for life thingies?

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  17. 28
    Beirut Times says:

    Meanwhile Spoonface is launching an enquiry into the Moolim Brotherhood

    One month after Egypt and Saudi Arabia declared it a terrorist oorganisation

    He seems to be really on the ball this kid…

    Talking of balls

    Bayern 6
    Manchester 1

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    • 33
      David Cameron is Jihadi toast says:

      Muzzie Bro’s are backed by G’ermany.

      To your point.

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    • 59
      Not a Moos Culture Victim says:

      An enquiry. Does he not read papers, this bunch shot tourists on a coach a few weeks ago, dead.

      Apparently the civil service think we should be kind to the MB rather than the usual fear of driving them underground. Well if Dqve wants to tackle moos extremism as he says then he needs to start with head bags, undue school influence and ban isl@mic schools.

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      • 214
        Fred the pensioner says:

        A much better option is closed borders and strictly enforced deportation orders.

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  18. 30
    ukip.i.am.not says:

    ‘Vince Cable defends Royal Mail sell-off.” Baffles me how he can sleep at night, let alone justify losing British citizens such a prestigious national treasure. Rumour has it that Osborne’s filthy rich pals made £20 million a piece overnight from this sale, yet this excuse for a human being struts around like a poor man’s Al Capone, while his side kick Clegg thinks he is Colin Firth in a Richard Curtis movie. Meanwhile, an untold amount of people have died through benefit cuts, bedroom tax, and other injustices metered out by this heinous Condem filth; and they say that there’s no death penalty in this country!

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    • 42
      M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

      Worse than Pol Pot eh?

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      • 99
        Baboon's arse says:

        “an untold amount of people have died through benefit cuts, bedroom tax, and other injustices metered [sic] out by this heinous Condem filth”.

        Untold indeed, hovering around zero I’d say. Since you use the phrase “bedroom tax”, I take it you support people occupying, at artificially low rents, publicly-owned housing that is too large for them, thus depriving others, with larger families, of accommodation; said families being driven to despair by being made to live in crappy bedsits and the like, at great cost to the taxpayer.

        For it the taxpayer, the person who actually contributes something, who is forced on pain of imprisonment to pay for it all … and from the tenor of your post I assume you too are a taker and not a giver.

        So just fuck off with your whingeing Marxist shit and get yourself a job, you disgusting little reptile.

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      • 201
        Anonymous says:

        A polite version of the Khmer Rouge?

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    • 43
      jgm2 says:

      Bedroom tax? I thought they were dying of the cold because they can’t afford energy due to Miliband’s Windmill Tax.

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    • 46
      Yer avin a larf says:

      Bollock!.

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    • 47
      Toxic Tories for Landowning Spongers, Parasites, Criminals, Traitors, Peedos, & other Wasters says:

      If it can be shown – IF it can be shown – that people and businesses in the know bought large quantities of these shares cheap and sold them dear, then surely that isn’t a matter of incompetence: it’s a straightforward fraud on the public purse. Shouldn’t there be an enquiry? I don’t say (because I don’t know) that this was a bare-faced swindle; but the mere possibility that it was calls for some sort of investigation, surely?

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    • 48
      Spartacus says:

      it is the conservatives’ ‘sell the gold off cheap’ moment

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      • 77
        Toxic Tories for Landowning Spongers, Parasites, Criminals, Traitors, Peedos, & other Wasters says:

        Brown sold at the market price of the day. 20:20 hindsight works really well but back in the early 2000s few were buying gold.

        Note that Brown also sold the 3G spectrum for over £20bn. George Osborne sold the 4G spectrum for £2bn. Another fuckup.

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        • 96
          Buy High! Sell Low! Or Something!! says:

          No.

          Brown announced his decision to sell before the transaction, thus bringing the market down in advance of the sale.

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    • 80
      Anonymous says:

      How close is this to insider dealing?

      As close as it gets.

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  19. 31
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP

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  20. 32
    Jim says:

    Come, Come, everybody knows female labour MP’s are there only for the photo opportunities. Opportunity being Labour’s Watch Word.
    Have they published any policy yet that is more than a sound bite for the BBC?

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    Toxic Tories for Landowning Spongers, Parasites, Criminals, Traitors, Peedos, & other Wasters says:

    Tories(and their slimy enablers) sell off the property of the UK to their mates on the cheap………….

    Anyone surprised by this?

    Lower than something at the bottom of a hole underneath vermin

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    • 64
      Jimmy Jihad says:

      Surely this whole sale was pure political dogma? The government sells of the pofitable bit but keeps the pension fund. A bit like Eastern Rail which is the only rail company owned by the government. By next year it will have made one billion pounds but the government intends to put it back up for auction. Incompetent idiots springs to mind. As for Cable did he have advisers? If he did then sack them or if they were a city firm sue them

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    • 100
      Banquo says:

      So vote UKIP and put a stop to it.

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  22. 36
    Ah! don't know says:

    …what is in it for Guido for people to ‘like’ his facebook page. Where / when does it lead to £££s ?

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  23. 38
    RomaBob... says:

    Anyone here volunteering to mount the Eagle sisters? Try to f*ck some sense into them? :)

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  24. 40
    Press Awards Tonight says:

    I hope you win the Golden Foreskin Award tonight

    For always being in front

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  25. 41
    Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

    It’s time for McLuskey, Milliband Clegg, Cable, Cameron and Osborne to start up their own EU, open borders, corporate funded and asset stripping new political party. Then we can get a real democratic choice at elections instead of these inbred
    s hiding behind fake tribes to steal our votes.
    They’ve hijacked the Labour, LibDems and Conservative Parties but we’ve rumbled them. In our borough they have to pay beer swilling foreigners to deliver their election material because activists have had enough.
    Rent boys on a Monday, political and financial corruption with the Royal Mail rip-off on a Tuesday and the pathetic EU poster boy, Clegg, on a Wednesday.
    Put them all out to pasture.
    Vote UKIP

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  26. 49
    Not a 'pool Culture Victim says:

    Can we have the inquest done pdq, I am losing the will to live.

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  27. 51
    'Elf'n'Safety Executive says:

    We are rushing to publish ‘elf’n’safety guidance on what to do if you find a homosexualist down your trousers

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  28. 56
    Fair and balanced says:

    If Aidan Burley applies for a job at the TUC

    Surely one of the Eds could apply for a job at the Institute of Directors?

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  29. 58
    Ed Balls, Ed Miliband and Red Len are all tits, but I prefer these tits says:

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  30. 62
    Hysterical, outside Number 10 says:

    Larry Lives ! OMG 9 lives and still is the smartest thing in No. 10 !

    Larry knows what to do Dave, and it doesn’t involve killing fucking cats!

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    • 75
      Idon'tneednodoctor says:

      The lib dems claim all the good things that the coalition has done e.g. raising the tax threshold. Has Vince Cable or his lib dem colleagues claimed the Royal Mail £750 million share sale loss as theirs?

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  31. 68
    Liverpool Victim Culture says:

    Poor Len, I can hear another tiny violin playing as he seeks sympathy

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  32. 71
    Another enricher says:

    Who is this Warsi clone at the despatch box, droning on endlessly in a screechy voice?

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  33. 76
    Meanwhile, in a galaxy far far to the left says:

    Any comment from those in Labour who stand in solidarity with Venezuela ?

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    • 79
      nell says:

      that’ll be the socialist venezuela that owen jones and diane abbott advocate we model Britain on!

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      • 101
        Fuck the LibLabCon says:

        Look at the tag-line fuckwit…look at the tag-line.

        @DefendWallSt

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        • 105
          Meanwhile, in a galaxy far far to the left says:

          Yes: That twitter feed is covering a lot of what is going on in Venezuela at the moment.

          Use the force.

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      • 147
        Anonymous says:

        That’s right. The socialist Venezuela backed by Putin.

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      • 184
        Another enricher says:

        Looks like the socialist model their IRA friend in that famous photograph would be more familiar with….

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  34. 78
    nell says:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/ed-miliband/10737500/Len-McCluskey-tells-Miliband-turn-left-or-lose-election.html

    I always thought when gordon so tragically left us to go globe trotting that we would no longer have anyone in politics who could give us a laugh. But militwit and redlen have admirably filled the gap .

    Now I see redlen told militwit today, renationalise the railways or I’ll withdraw your funding! ++++Laugh++++ redlen for no 10!!

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    • 108
      Fuck the LibLabCon says:

      Two questions for fuckwit nell:

      1. When was there last, a national strike that totally paralysed the entire country?
      (in fact nell you’re actually old enough to rremember that one)

      2. Do you think that “Red Len’s” six figure salary (along with Bob Crow’s) just might make him a member of the elite establishment?
      (think of it as hush money so as to maintain the status quo)

      PS nell, I don’t expect you to answer any of the above.

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      • 138
        Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

        If Len keeps his members under control he’s a shoe-in for a peerage. Definitely establishment lackey as no true worker’s representative would agree with corporate fiddling of the labour market.

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      • 144
        nell says:

        Answer to 1. I was a young woman working for Perkins Engines and breached the picket lines every morning to get to work. Unions are evil!

        Answer 2. redlen IS a member of labour’s elite establishment , maybe no 1 member because if militwit gets into no 10 redlen will be pulling the strings. As for redlen’s six figure salary, as bob crow said – they’re worth it – you can’t get more arrogant than that!

        Oh and never mind the working classes because labour abandoned them years ago!!!

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  35. 84
    Anonymous says:

    “Who was sat listening attentively …?” Dear oh dear, Guido. English!! You mean, “Who was SITTING” or “Who was SEATED”. And Angela Eagle is “chairwoman”, not a piece of furniture.

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  36. 92
    Anonymous says:

    Whatever happened to that Labour led investigation into Labour turning a blind eye to “Asian” grooming et al?

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      you won't hear about it on the BBC says:

      Does it involve the most recent Asian grooming case in Rutland?

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  37. 107
    David Miliband Moyes says:

    A 4-0 defeat would be a great victory

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  38. 112
    Charlatans says:

    USA progressive left ‘adversity love-in’ ends early in pub brawl:

    http://diversitychronicle.wordpress.com/2014/03/13/diversity-conference-shut-down-amid-shocking-violence/

    What happens in USA comes here a few years later – or are we there already?

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    • 114
      C O (Ξ7m) says:

      UK is there already.

      Latest chatter from the US seems to be along the lines of:

      How can the people reclaim liberalism from the hard left.

      Things are changing over there – perhaps time for that sort of thinking here.

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    • 149
      Comedy Gold says:

      “It is difficult to pinpoint how the fighting started but it seems to have originated in an unanticipated conflict between lesbian feminists and male Muslim activists.”

      Classic.

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  39. 113
    Malaysian Government Spokesperson says:

    The last we heard from Flight MHMiliband was that all was well, and he was signing off for the night, and switching over to UnitePilot. Since then, nothing. Search parties from the world’s nations are scouring the Marxist salons and class war offices of the world, but as yet no sign. We believe the search could take a lot longer, and sadly we have little hope of success in this endeavour. The mystery of this disappearance may never be solved.

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  40. 115
    A straight WASP says:

    Whilst driving home tonight, I listened to R4’s PM programme about the plight of rural Indian villagers having wild elephants stampling over their food crops and terrible this was for the villagers’ well being.

    Do you think that the Indian villagers hear radio stories about how bad the traffic is for English people just rying to get home from work…or indeed the dangers that poor people in England have from encountering predatory money lenders such as Wonga.com?

    No. I thought not.

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  41. 119
    Owen Jones,Socialist turned Capitalist says:

    You are invited to the Conservative Home spring conference on May 24.

    http://is.gd/XGeCmg

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  42. 120
    gildedtumbril says:

    The liblabcon and their clone UKIP(WHILE THEY STEAL), can stick their policies where the sun don’t shine. That is where they probably find them, along with bastard broon’s immoral compass.
    Sod ‘em all. Yesterday, today and gomorrah.
    There is only one BRITISH party. The rest are bought and paid for traitors.

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  43. 121

    On my way back to my Istrian hideaway the other night I stopped at a restaurant to have a bite. As is common in these parts (where they feel there must be some ambient noise if not related to the vision), the sound of a radio accompanied the 40″ TV which was playing a film with its sound turned down. It had what looked like an older looking Sylvester Stallone. There was another guy, a badie in all probability, who was collecting his convertible of Cadillac appearance from a multi-story car park and who took the precaution of looking under it first to discover a bundle of sticks of explosive which he removed and gingerly pulled the fuse. He then asked the parking attendant to reverse the car out for him whilst he sheltered behind a pillar. This done he got in the dr’iver’s seat, concealing the explosives until just before he drove off and just before this, handed the stuff to the standing attendant. He got to the exit gate and the LED display at the side indicated “3,2,1” and then the car exploded, just as he realised what was going on. The last you saw of him was when his seat rose some 20′ into the air with his legs and arms ablaze.

    Anyone recognise this film as I cannot locate it? I have been right through the Stallone corpus without success.

    There are a number of politicians for which I could imagine this denouement as being entirely appropriate.

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    • 123
      Where Eagles Dare says:

      A while back (well around 11 years ago) I was driving along the M40 at quite a pace in the outside lane. I was approaching Junct 2

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      • 127
        Blue Peter Goldfish says:

        What Eagles Wear?.

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      • 128
        Where Eagles Dare says:

        Try again.

        A while back (well around 11 years ago) I was driving along the M40 at quite a pace in the outside lane heading towards London. I was approaching Junct 2 (Beaconsfield) at a steady 99mph when I notice a couple of cars speeding down the slip road at a fair rate of knots.

        All of a sudden the two cars were travelling alongside me in the middle lane. the first car was a Jag whislts the second car, just behind, I noticed was a Range Rover. I then noticed that the Rangerover had blacked out windows and a huge ariel sticking out of the top. Must have come from Chequers I thought.

        The wife was sat next to me at the time. It was quite strange because I was quite clearly breaking the speed limit yet these two fuckers were on the inside lane from me and not yielding. I sad to the wife Oi!…take a gander at who is sat in the rear of the Jag. To my surprise, the missus yelled “It’s Tony Blair!”

        Now at this time, the Iraq War II was in full swing. For a brief second the thought passed my mind…”I could take out his car with a full blooded body swerve of my Mondeo Estate into the Jag”.

        But I bottled it.

        I have kids as well.

        That’s it.

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      • 130

        @Where Eagles Dare

        Car blows up – yes
        Multi-storey car park – no

        It appeared to be set in USA.

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    • 125
      Boombangabang says:

      That is gibberish

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  44. 124
    Benny Hill says:

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  45. 129
    Tony Benn says:

    I was a true socialist. I always stuck to my principles. That’s why I ensured my children would each get a share of my £4m mansion to minimise payment of inheritance tax.

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    • 132
      Anonymous says:

      Was that such a bad thing?

      Is not the instinct for parents to do what is best for their kin.

      I know there are many millionaire/billionaire capitalists that have excomunicated their offspring from their wealth so that they can have the opportunity to “do it for themslves”.

      But perhaps that is why they are not socialists?

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  46. 134
    The human garbage we share oxygen with says:

    Just watched Nightmare Neighbour Next Door which featured a truly repulsive family, the Chawners. To say they’re physically disgusting is an understatement. The mother looks like she lost a war with the ugly missile. I’m not exaggerating. She is one of the ugliest, most disgusting looking slobs you’ll ever see.

    But beyond how utterly repulsive they are, they’re also foul benefit scroungers who have happen to have a big flatscreen TV, and they’re all grotesquely obese too, so they’re clearly not missing any meals.

    These are the savages Owen Jones defends.

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    • 143
      Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

      Why is it the ugly underclass that are only demonised ?
      Why not attack the Establishment inbreds that exceed what the Chawners get in subsidies, fake charities, tax avoidance, QANGO non jobs, Hof Lords payments, second home allowances and any other form of troughing off of the state they can get away with ?

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  47. 137
    Mark Menzies says:

    This time, last year, everything was so different.

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    • 145
      The Public says:

      Not really. You were unpleasant then and you are unpleasant now. We just know more about you.

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      • 151
        they're not fit to lick our boots. says:

        We know that yet another in a long list of
        politicians or public servants has proved to
        be either a drugged up pervert or corrupt.

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        • 158
          The Public says:

          Exactly. It has got to the point that we should presume them all to be self-medicating perverts and mental cases unless proven otherwise.

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          • we're all fed up with it says:

            Plus they all appear incapable of telling the truth,
            fiddle their expenses wherever possible and treat
            the electorate like idiots.

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    Give them all one way tickets says:

    Some very enjoyable news about the number of muzees from the UK going over to Syria to fight with their brothers and getting killed as a result. Splendid. The more of them do this the better. British Airways should do its patriotic duty and give free flights to all muzees from the UK who want to go to Syria to fight. If they’re desperate martyr themselves, let’s help ensure they martyr themselves in Syria. Every muzee in the UK who dies in Syria is one less parasite on the welfare state and one less potential terrorist on our shores.

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    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    On the general topic of the behaviour of the so called elected and HMGov; I can only imagine that they are deliberately trying to stir up the indigenous average white guy to revolution. I do not see what they intend to gain, they are supposed to be one of us. I worked in Europe many years, I can see the attraction of different cultures and the insights that may occur looking at the UK from outside but I think the difference is that I love my country whereas the elected and the HMGov seem to hate it.
    and further to that it may be that some people who travel abroad and meet other cultures might start out with a personality defect which might well cause them to have nonsensical ideas about what is important. ( I’m thinking here of the likes of Kinnock and other EU troughers )
    Upsetting the average white English guy is not what you want to do, we can take so much because of our natural tendency to want a quiet life but do not fucking push us.

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    • 152
      Herman Van Bumboy says:

      The UK is is the test-bed for the multikulti experiment.

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    • 154
      JadedJean12 says:

      Thought for the night: The Race Relations Acts were creations of the liberal-democratic far-right (i.e. anarchists pursuing economic advantage). Discuss.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Race_Relations_Act_1976

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      IMHO says:

      The upper echelons of the civil service hate this country because this country hates them for their utter mediocrity. A large number are socialists and crypto-socialists who despise the wealth creating middle classes almost as much as they loathe the working classes (who have never been forgiven for turning to Thatcherism). The lower ranks of the civil service are disproportionately populated by foreigners.

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        guess the modbot says:

        I am not familiar with the expression liberal-democratic far right but my understanding of the word anarchism is that it is an ideal concept of a society that does not require laws because law is embodied within each individual who upholds it.
        When the P*kistanis came and the West Indians you would have to go out of your way to find one ( people would say ” those P*kistanis, I hear that they sleep ten to a room”)
        as an aside I came back from Bangladesh in the 80s and re-entering UK I over heard the custom official say to the Bangladeshi in front of me ” Oh Hello, and which hole did you crawl out of then ? ”
        There was a general attitude of that it is sinful to be racialist and in my travels I did train myself not to see colour or physiology. I just see idiots and non idiots and it is an observation that the brown, black people seem to contain a higher percentage of idiots than white guys.
        So I don’t know if it was all planned but I can imagine someone who was not inherently a patriot but had some been in his bonnet about everybody being equal might well try to fuck things up and make some sort of soup of humans.

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    Mask Slipped says:

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  51. 160
    Mark Menzies says:

    Just got my hair cut way too short. Fuck

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  52. 172
    Angela Eagle MP says:

    Eh bah gum, I were reet mardy when he said that. More brass na brains that lad.
    I’ll sithee.

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  53. 174
    Fishy says:

    Regarding this Royal Mail thingy that Chucky O’Bama is carrying on about. Just how much did Labour sell QinetiQ for?

    Oh! 10% of its true value.

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    • 181
      Don't look this way, look over there says:

      Shh, some of the whitewash must have flaked on that hidden gem.

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  54. 175
    take away says:

    Len McCluckey Fried Chicken

    finger stinking good

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  55. 178
    brown-dog says:

    RIP Frankie Knuckles, inventor of “house Music”.

    Please let’s celebrate his “music” and his life.

    Where would be withoout his significant contribution to music and civilisation in general?

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  56. 183
    Another enricher says:

    So, five a day was dismissed as bollocks a year or two back, now the health fascists have upped the ante to seven a day….. And as usual, the media are fully behind the bullshit.

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  57. 187
    Yazspleen Alibaba Clown says:

    As my sistah Diane Abbott has said, all you honkeys just keep dividing and ruling.

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    Onkel Otto says:

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  59. 193
    C O (Ξ7m) says:

    Dodik, president of Serb Republic (Bosn!a) has today again called for BiH to be split into a confederation – this time with three states:

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/04/01/us-bosniaherzegovina-serbs-idUSBREA3017420140401?feedType=RSS&feedName=worldNews

    It is nothing new as he has been asking for this for a while now (D’ayton really is on its last legs) but Bosn!an-Serb nationalism is being stirred up by R’ussia, and events in Cr!mea – not to mention the precedent that has just been set with the referendum there – this is emboldening him.

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  60. 195
    cheche says:

    Newsnight

    Editoe ex Guardian, Paxo interviewed a Guardian Journo for ages, and when they reviewed the papers first out the Guardian. Why dont they just rename it Guardian Night

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    Cleggasmic says:

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    See look? She was stirring up trouble in December says:

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  63. 202
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

    OVER MY DEAD BODY !!!

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  64. 203
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

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    Anonymous says:

    “I believe the British electorate are of a mind”
    to use their mandate…Should we ever inadvertently let it fall into their hands?

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  67. 222
    Libertarian says:

    Fat fuck.

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