April 2nd, 2014

POLL RESULTS: Farage Wins

The Blurrt worm tells the whole story:

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Knockout…


641 Comments

  1. 1
    Keitho says:

    Brilliant!

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    • 13
      Not a time to take a selfie for a g a y website, eh Chris says:

      Rather a lot of brown stained undies amongst our political masters in the coming weeks.

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      • 32
        White rabbit says:

        cue winding up spooks, digging around, snooping,door stepping, threats, lies and invention. Everything in the pursuit of the truth that the British people will be forced to accept.

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          C O (Ξ7m) says:

          Luckily the spooks are a bit too busy dealing with the J’ihadist insurgency that is ongoing.

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          Gatekeeper says:

          Been in process for some months old chap! GCHQ have trawled all the comms of any and every UKipper and their fellow travelers. Bank accounts snooped, business accounts gone over, agents of influence placed. We’ll roll up their operation in good time business as usual nothing to worry about.
          Vote LabLibCon your only choice and we run them all!

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      • 154
        jimbobobobobo says:

        Somewhere in a dark corner, Dan Hodges is curled up weeping.

        Expect a real onslaught now especially from the Mail and Telegraph joining the BBC and Guardian in smearing Nige, catching any UKIP supporters have forbidden conversations/opinions and or dredging up silly photos on facebook etc.

        Real KO win for Nige, especially glad someone finally pointed out how immigration has benefited the wealthy but screwed the normal people.

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    • 15
      The MSM Elite says:

      Those results are wrong. We scored it for Clegg… again.

      And we will say so in our informed and incicive columns in the morning .

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    • 30
      Taxi for Clegg says:

      Peter Kellner says UKIP vote increased by Labour voters and worryingly for Clegg LibDem voters.

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    • 57
      Morgan's Organ says:

      Resounding trouncing for Cleggs vacuous substance less arguments. wet platitudes and dreary rhetoric

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      • 155
        Selohesra says:

        Fantasy … Turn back clock …. Fantasy ….. putin …. Fantasy – - and that in summary is my case in favour of EU. Hope thats ok – can i be commisioner when i lose my deposit next year?

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        • 398
          A Northerner... Thick aren't we says:

          lol

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        • 461
          Ex-Labour says:

          At about 45 minutes in, the entitled little richprick windfarm-shagger and serial liar, so confident in his ability to engage the little people that he made the roughty-toughty challenge, looked and sounded ready to blub. He knew his platitudes and condescensions had rung hollow and was smart enough to sense even his own supporters’ ridicule.

          Quite a few laffs tonight at poor little Clogg and his dwindling band of dupocrats.

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    • 188
      Chillaxed Dave says:

      Farage convinced me we need immediate quotas imposed on immigrants!

      From tomorrow, at least 75% must be predatory homosexualists.

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    • 223
      Stuart says:

      All the established hacks/lobby predicted a draw after last weeks debate and this week they did not comment until after the poll results were in! Even then they tried only to advance their own political views rather than report what everyone clearly witnessed! We do not have many honest mps and even fewer honest, unbiased reporters!

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    • 267
      ëक Ka says:

      yipee!
      why pee?

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    • 339
      We are not fools, nor useful idiots. We are English. says:

      Our household has just joined UKIP and paid.

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    • 553
      Don't put your Moron on the stage Mr Cameroon says:

      Don’t put your moron on the stage

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    • 563
      Just for Nick @taxpayers expense says:

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  2. 2
    Too fast? says:

    Clegg: Post_WW2 Pikey.

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    • 22
      W.W. says:

      Actually I thin this is worse news for Labour.

      It has legitimised Farage, according to the polls Labour voters have swung to UKIP point of view.
      Which as it is the working class suffer most.
      Expect a big UKIP vote at the Euro elections, and remember Miliband the genius that he is has ruled out a referendum.
      For the first time UKIP might start eating into Labour vote.

      W.W.

      P.S Clegg is an utter to55er

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      • 48
        C O (Ξ7m) says:

        Agreed.

        A lot of what Farage said tonight was speaking very directly to M’irror readers, and he may have turned a few G’uardian readers as well.

        More importantly: The large silent majority who do not generally vote will have taken notice if they watched any of this.

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        • 97
          W.W. says:

          Not sure about guardian readers, you ever read the CIF, to call them barking mad, would be talking them up in a big way.

          Put a politician against any normalish person who has a grasp of the facts and they will always get slaughtered.

          Imagine if it had been Farage against Miliband?

          W.W.

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        • 102
          Edna in Clapham says:

          Unfortunately the large silent majority who do not generally vote were probably watching Emmerdale followed by Corrie – and not the debate between EU potty trained Cleggie and man of the people Farage.

          Sad really, but that’s the state of this apathetic country and its inhabitants.

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          • C O (Ξ7m) says:

            Time will tell – need to have more faith in the ‘lumpen electorate’. :-)

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          • Sir Roger de Senseless says:

            Unfortunately I think that you are probably right, though time will tell.

            One of the most amazing things about British elections over recent decades is that the people Farage mentions – the white working class who are the real victims of mass immigration – go through the polling stations like sheep and put a cross next to the Labour Party candidate. That goes back to the days when it still made a slight difference. For years now, it hasn’t mattered which of the two-and-a-half major parties they vote for – it’s the ‘open door’, like it or lump it.

            I’m glad that vacuous, self-serving, time-serving Euro-twat got the kicking he deserves, but I’m not convinced it will make much difference come polling day.

            By the way, at the last local election where I live I could only choose from the candidates of the two-and-a-half major parties, so I spoiled my ballot paper thus: “Where’s U.K.I.P? Where is that bunch of racists, homophobes and swivel-eyed loons? I wanna vote for them!” As of yet I still haven’t been arrested.

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          • Fan of the village idiot says:

            I actually watched the debate instead of the simpsons..must admit it was actually more amusing….

            My wife asked me what I thought about the current state of apathy in the electorate….but I could’nt be arsed answering….

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        • 297
          Anonymous says:

          it’s not for the “first time.” Ukip have been drawing away Labour voters for years. You have finally clocked it.

          Is it actually possible to wake up a Guardian reader? They do comatose so well.

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        • 332
          Anonymous says:

          The big fear for the old parties must be that people start paying attention to the issues raised by Farage. Until now they have kept them buried.

          I thought Clegg was ill advised to try to pretend that it amounted to backwardness if we seek to regain self-government and look to the world instead of the EU.

          His key messages included the statement that as an MEP Farage is paid; shock horror – most people will have known that already. I expect they know who pays Clegg as well.

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      • 98
        Dave says:

        UKIP did that sometime ago in our street – and tonight will see more ex-Labour realise that only UKIP can represent their views and their country.

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  3. 3
    Nigel Farage says:

    CHEERS!
    :)

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    • 49
      IPA Grande says:

      Well done Nigel please please camerloon next. Then milliwat.

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      • 79
        Just Passing By says:

        Agree! Well done Nigel!

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        • 182
          Two Pints and a Packet of Fag's says:

          Hear hear, well done Nigel. You stand up for the normal guy in the pub. We may be a little slurred but we all know Lib/Lab/Con screw British born working class. We will vote UKIP soon.

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          • helpful suggestion says:

            Congratulations Nigel.
            Stay away from Harrowden Hill.

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          • ed millibland says:

            What’s a pub?

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          • Lord Mandelslime says:

            I once tried to do a photo op in one of those horrid places but the spinners sent me to a “fish and chip” shop. Of course I despise the sort of ugly working people who eat in such places – and it was the worst guacamole I ever had – but we have to try to keep the proles voting Labour even while we destroy their communities. Pretty soon they will, thankfully, be a minority then we can more openly celebrate those who enrich us and move to become a fully modern diverse European state.

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    • 192
      thostids says:

      Rabbit – Headlights. Headlights – Rabbit. Jus’ like that. Ha ha ha!

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    • 466
      Ex-Labour says:

      Congratulations on exposing Clegg and forcing him to show his political class contempt for working white Britains.

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  4. 4
    Anonymous says:

    Nick Clegg whines on and on. Surely he is finished?

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    • 8
      Bill Quango MP says:

      He’ll be back. In a Miliband Co-coalition. Or he’ll be labour’s European commissioner for making daft laws.

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    • 108
      W.W. says:

      Why is it that Clegg is part of a Government that gave the Jocks an in out referendum on being part of the UK.
      But is unwilling to give the UK an in out referendum on being part of the EU?

      W.W.

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      • 490
        You don't need to know who I am, just listen... says:

        Listen mate, you start making waves and we’ll send the boys round……

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  5. 5
    Bill Quango MP says:

    How embarrassing for the party of out.
    no one listening Nick. The Party of Nowt.

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  6. 6
    william says:

    plain speaking man in the street debates important issue with politician with a restricted vocabulary.

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    • 467
      Ex-Labour says:

      Reminded me of milipede’s stuck tapeloop disaster. Delicious to see the little pricks unravel!

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  7. 7
    Eu is dead says:

    Nick Clegg whines on and on. Surely he is finished?

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  8. 9
    Samson says:

    Hurray! Farage exposed Clegg as a lying, nasty, elitist swine!

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  9. 10
    Toilets Maguire says:

    Down the pan

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  10. 11
    Anon. says:

    David Dimbleby knew that Clegg had lost badly, at the he had a proper wibble.
    Voice cracked,almost crying.

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  11. 12
    we. want a referendum now Nick says:

    Goodbye Nick. Lots of worried faces at Lib Dem HQ tonight. Their man gave it his all but never laid a glove on Farage. Miliband to shortly announce that he is boarding another rolling band wagon and will offer referendum on EU membership in 2015 manifesto………that LABOUR core vote not as solid as he thought when it comes to EU. The main parties are gonna get a massive kicking 22 May

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  12. 14
    Clegg the Twat says:

    My God, what a brilliant evening. I thought at one point Clegg was going to start crying.

    Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.

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    • 315
      Everhard Lord Smith's very private secretary says:

      His bottom lip was definitely going.

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      • 607
        Colin the Meek says:

        Poor little chap could see the gravy train pulling out of the station without him on it. He’d got a reservation too.

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    • 620
      MrNedward says:

      By about 10 minutes before the end of the debate, I thought Clegg’s only hope of recovering anything from the debate would have been to fake a heart attack. And at one moment shortly after, the look on Clegg’s face looked like he was considering it.

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  13. 17
    nigels parachute says:

    Kay “white underclass white underclass white underclass” burley

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    • 300
      jimbobob says:

      Burley is as achingly PC as the rest of them. Check out her lowest point here, a witness to the criminal rioting gives a clear answer explaining it was black youths doing it and she actually intervened to tell him what he really should have seen.

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      • 354
        Mr Norman Normal says:

        Seen the one where she strangles a fellow female journalist in a fit of temper? It’s a classic.

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      • 578
        Sir Roger de Senseless says:

        What a pitiful, stupid slapper. He looked and sounded like a reasonable lad to me and he saw what he saw. Have they let him out of re-education camp yet?

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  14. 19
    Nick Clogg says:

    I won that.

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    • 137
      Woman in the Facebook Beheading Video says:

      [Rolls Eyes]

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    • 305
      Gordon Brown, world statesman, UN ambassador, former MP says:

      I agree with Nick.

      I need to travel to China to say so – has to be first class BA and all expenses in a 5* hotel for a week. Please send cheques to the Office of Gordon Brown, a private company that in no way benefits me.

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  15. 20
    Tim Farron says:

    Taxi for Clegg

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  16. 21
    Everyone agrees with Nigel says:

    Clegg gambled everything….and lost. Bloody fantastic !!!!

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  17. 23
    Kay Burley says:

    I am part of the plastic face harley street class

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  18. 25
    Nick Smeg says:

    Farage is a facist, commie lover. He doesn’t support compulsory bum sex for under fives! for Gods sake! Even Camoron is up for that.

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      hang about.. says:

      I support Assad’s fight against jihadists.
      I support Putin’s fight against EU expansionists.

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    • 45
      Anonymous says:

      I’ll have a propa gander at it later

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    • 76
      Bosun Higgs says:

      Under Assad, if you oppose him, you are tortured and shot.

      Under the Jihadis, if you have the wrong haircut, you are tortured and shot.

      How to choose?

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        MrNedward says:

        I would rather not choose, but if I had to, I would support whichever one was not beheading Christians and plotting terrorist outrages against the UK…

        Assad it is then, Farage is wholly correct in his assesment of Syria and Ukraine.

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    • 82
      C O (Ξ7m) says:

      There are so many typo’s and basic grammar errors in that DM piece – it broadly discredits itself.

      Come on DM – surely you have someone who can check this stuff before it goes to pixel – or worst – print.

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    • 257
      Same old same old says:

      Proof if proof was needed that the Daily Mail is a left wing propaganda rag determined to foist the yotalitarian EUSSR upon us. Hurrah for the Black shirts indeed. Back then they supported a far left fascist party seems things havent changed.

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  20. 27
    My Real Name says:

    Loved hearing Danny Alexander calling his party leader ‘Nick Clog’ when interviewed by Kay Burley outside the BBC bar after the debate.

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    • 496
      Fred the pensioner says:

      Outside? Wouldn’t they let her in then? Looked too young after that face lift? Problems problems…

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  21. 28
    Big Rat's cock says:

    Fuckin superb Nige. Nick’s a dead man. Cast Iron and Wallace nicely pappering their kecks.

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  22. 29
    Charmed I'm Sure says:

    So good old Nigel has beaten Clegg twice now. Unless I a mistaken I believe that we are now legally obliged to take Clegg out into the street and kneecap the fucker in front of that swarthy clunge he gets to peg him each night. It should be televised live on the BBC, after the kneecapping we can throw him, his hairy lipped wife and inbred half caste bastard children into the Thames and all piss on the fuckers as they drown. Don’t have nightmares,

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    • 117
      Clegg says:

      Paper, scissors, rock for the decider?.

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    • 128
      W.W. says:

      Personally I think you are too kind on him, but as I am getting soft in my old age I will go with you, as long as I get a go on one of his knees with a claw hammer.

      W.W.

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    • 193
      White rabbit says:

      I believe this to be an amendment to clause 6 of the retribution act of Lower Saxony.
      Yes.. I’m sure you’re right. Public hammering then a fucking good trip on the dunking stool.

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    • 593
      Halibert Hall says:

      Where are the Kray’s when you need them!

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  23. 31
    Emily Thorntons says:

    Nobody is interested.

    Vote Labour.

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    • 173
      Anonymous says:

      A lot of the people you’ve relied on for years are going to be taking a long hard look at their red rosettes.

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      • 229
        Anonymous says:

        Dream on, they will be looking at all those great public jobs created when Labour win in 2015

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        • 313
          labour r screwed says:

          it’s slipping away too quickly for Labour people to realise what is going on. They’ve lost their base – all real workers hate them – and the future clients that they would like to recruit don’t trust them to deliver.

          This is what happens to a party that stops trying to do things, and thinks it can merely preside.

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  24. 33
    Clegg's arse says:

    I’m whooped.

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  25. 34
    6 fingers from Norfolk says:

    from the bbc news site.
    Watched a different debate on plant wanker

    20:29: The Mirror’s Kevin Maguire says the score is now one-all and there should be a third debate to decide the victor – likening the prospect to a penalty shoot-out.

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    • 46
      it would be sad if it wasn't so funny says:

      Just like Clegg,Maguire is just proving how totally
      out of touch he is with the British public.

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      • 125
        After a lengthy inquiry costing several million euros, Schultz says:

        Who is Kevin Maguire?

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        • 348
          Mr Norman Normal says:

          Mirror hack and couch filler for Sky in the mornings. You know one of those that displays such banality it makes you turn the TV off and go to work early.

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          • Babble babble says:

            Otherwise know as ‘motormouth’. He is worse than premiership referees who get 90% of their decisions wrong.

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        • 608
          Mirror Mirror up the wall. says:

          Millionaire London pretend geordie twiddling his thumbs on Sky waiting for a millipede quango job in Brussels.

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    • 413
      jgm2 says:

      I missed it (I was down the pub) but it sounds like one of those things where somebody who is losing 10 – 0 gives it ‘Best out of 21?’ or ‘Next point wins?’

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      • 622
        MrNedward says:

        SOrt of Correct. However, it was worse than that for Clegg.

        If you can find it on catch up, you must watch it. I have been posting under various names related to Mr Ned for years now jgm2 and I have agreed with most all of your posts. If you get a chance to watch the debate, it is worth it. I was almost crying with laughter in the later moments, Clegg really was that bad. And Farage really was damned impressive and really finished the debate a very worthy and decisive winner.

        I would even say he won it by a very well timed knockout in the dying minutes.

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  26. 36
    Dimbleby says:

    Nick Farage won

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  27. 40
    Aren't I big and clever says:

    In summary:

    Farage to Clegg: “The EU is a 19th Century relic. We need to stand on our on feet and engage & trade with the modern world.”

    Clegg to Farage: “Yeh, yeh, an, an you’re a, er, yeh. Oh B0ll0cks”

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  28. 42
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    BBC,Establishment,Euro-loons your man Clegg took a hell of a beating :-)

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    • 58
      BBC/Guardian axis of evil says:

      BBC, Establishment, Euro-loons your man boy Clegg took a hell of a beating :-)

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  29. 43
    nigels parachute says:

    Yes that confirms it felicity morse is completly insane

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    • 148
      OS1 says:

      Is Mummy and Daddy related by blood?
      Frightening to watch.

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    • 269
      insecure but overly smug teenage girl watch says:

      I noticed she kept looking at someone off camera as if she was seeking some kind of assurance and validation to her utterances.’ Oh I have said the cool thing havent I oh please tell me I did ‘

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  30. 47
    Dan says:

    Clegg is a robotic media-trained sound-bite-spouting man-in-a-suit.

    Full of false passion and mock sincerity.

    And he doesn’t think we notice that.

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    • 69
      well there's a surprise says:

      Those inside the Westminster bubble- the politicians,spads,civil
      servants and journalists- are shocked by Farage winning so convincingly
      purely because they’ve lost touch with and underestimated the strength
      of public opinion.

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    • 85
      White rabbit says:

      I think he realised we all noticed, 5 minutes from stop tap. He suffered shrinkage and went a whiter shade of pale.

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      • 502
        Spoonerisms can be so uplifting says:

        A shyter shade of wail?

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      • 615
        Ex-Labour says:

        it was after he sensed the ridicule of even some on his own side.

        Voice trembly and quiet, eyes watering.

        The nasty little kid whose latest lies have not been believed. He knows no-one will ever take him seriously again.

        Cast Iron next then Milipede who would’ve shat his pants last night.

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      • 623
        MrNedward says:

        I noticed that. I began to wonder if he was going to fake a heart attack. He would need a heart to have a real one.

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  31. 51
    are you listening says:

    Crimea had a referendum.
    Scotland is having a referendum.
    Give us a referendum NOW.

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  32. 52
    Beep Beep says:

    Watching Tim Farron saying Clegg won handsomely and I’m honestly wondering what is he smoking?

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  33. 53
    non taxable pikey says:

    Nige by a mile.
    Down at the sports centre this evening, the usual 40 or so people there, straw poll was that the Euro Election in my area will be a walk over for Nigel. Never heard so many people pissed off with what has been happening in the EU and UK parliament re corruption and kiddy fiddling.

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  34. 54
    Anonymous says:

    VOTE UKIP AND TAKE BACK OUR OWN COUNTRY, GIVEN AWAY TO THE EU BY OUR LYING POLITICAL RICH ELITE!

    SCARED TO BE DEMOCRATIC AND GIVE US THE REFERENDUM WE ARE ENTITLED TO.

    AT LEAST PUTIN WAS ELECTED AND HE HELD A REFERENDUM ON CRIMEA. YOU REALLY HAVE TO ADMIRE HIM.

    THE WEST ARE NOTHING BUT HYPOCRITES OVER CRIMEA, SO WEAK, NOT WANTING TO DO ANYTHING FOR FEAR OF LOSING MONEY .

    YOU WOULD HAVE TO PUT MONEY ON PUTIN AS THE BEST REAL POLITICIAN AROUND. HE DOESN’T GIVE A FUCK WHAT THE WEST SAYS, IN THE SAME WAY I DON’T BELIEVE A SINGLE WORD THE PAID HANDSOMELY BRUSSELS EUROPHILE POLITICIANS SAY. FUCK THEM ALL!!

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    • 63
      C.O.Jones says:

      +1,000 (but less of the capslock please).

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      • 112
        National Union of Ink and Pixel Manufactures says:

        Keep the doing the caps lock comrade. Bold and 36pt is better.

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    • 77
      Beethoven says:

      Pardon?

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    • 83
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      Well said

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    • 88
      C O (Ξ7m) says:

      How is the weather in M’oscow ?

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    • 109
      s'cuse the CAPS says:

      “…BRUSSELS EUROPHILE POLITICIANS…”

      They’re not even that. They’re UNELECTED BUREAUCRATs.

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    • 271
      Que says:

      Our Ed when he is PM will have Putin quaking in his Cossack boots.

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    • 503
      M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

      Putin is not a politician. He does not have to engage in debate or make deals or seek approval of anyone. He is answerable only to himself. He is a despot.

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      • 624
        MrNedward says:

        Yet he won far more elections than Brown or Cameron ever did.

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      • 625
        MrNedward says:

        In fact thinking about it, Putin’s wins in elections were much stronger than any we have had in the UK for a very long time. It has been 9 years and two prime ministers since we elected a prime minister in any convincing way, and even then Blair was only voted for by 21% of the total eligable electorate in 2005.

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    • 582
      Sir Roger de Senseless says:

      Yes, I’m really starting to like Putin. A couple of weeks ago when the West put “sanctions” on a Russian bank, he announced that he was going to start having his salary paid into it the following Monday. He just stuck two fingers up at the lot of ‘em with a smile on his face. I was about to start laughing my bollocks off when I began to compare our lot with him and suddenly it didn’t look so funny. We’re buggered.

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  35. 55
    Sir William Wayde says:

    As ever, Guido’s bar graph is made to give a false impression by chopping the y-axis.

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    • 101
      Another Engineer says:

      I thought this was just a jab at Libdem ‘Focus’ leaflets…

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      • 527
        Libdem leaflet says:

        Time for a referendum on Europe.

        Oh, hang on. No it isn’t.

        Unless it goes they way we want.

        Can I get back to you on this? Just post me back out through your letterbox for now.

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    • 151
      Anonymous says:

      Pedant

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  36. 56
    C.O.Jones says:

    One of the reasons 200 Syrians are being murdered every day is because the UK establishment are supporting the terrorists that are trying to overthrow the Syrian government.

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    • 65
      Nick Clegg and the political class says:

      The terrorists are the good guys and they can do no wrong.

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      • 91
        C.O.Jones says:

        Well, you know what they say, “one mans terrorist is another mans beheader”. The shit that’s going on in Syria today goes against all humanity and our leaders are supporting them.

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    • 119
      Column V says:

      Yep, Syria’s another neo-con operation. The rebel scum are financed, trained and armed by our own governments, just like the KLA and Kosovo back in the 90s.

      With the increasingly bizarre way our rulers behave and the nonsensical policies they pursue, it’s like western governments have been taken over or infiltrated or something.

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      • 133
        F##k the LibLabCon says:

        Or some group, one does wonder sometimes.

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      • 142
        C.O.Jones says:

        It’s surprising what a bit of Saudi wasta can do. Very rewarding indeed.

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      • 559
        non taxable pikey says:

        FFS, get with the plan. It’s all about Iran. Starve the opposition of weapons, drag in hezbollocks and all the crazy salafis. Get Iran financing it all and let Vlad supply Asswad with just enough weapons to keep the pot simmering for years. Result lots of crazies get dead, Iran goes broke, Vlad’s southern borders get safer as do Israel, Egypt and Jordan. Hezbollah is burying a lot of their fighters which will weaken further their power base in Lebanon. There have been 14 car bombs in Hezbollah territory in Lebanon so far this year, south Beirut has lots of apartments to rent now as people leave, and Nassrallah is about as popular as Clegg. This will embolden the Lebanese government to sort out the mess so that everyone can make stacks of dosh from the untapped hydrocarbon deposits offshore. The Syrian civilians are just so much collateral damage.

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    • 583
      Sir Roger de Senseless says:

      They aren’t terrorists, they’re activists – the B.B.C. says so and they wouldn’t lie, now, would they?

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  37. 59
    Nick Farage says:

    Clegg was better last time because he was natural.

    This time it was so obvious that he had been coached and had a list of prepared lines and jokes. Fatal, absolutely fatal, insincere politician who will lie and sell his granny for power.

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  38. 60
    The BBC are cunts says:

    Nick Clegg was definitely the clear winner in both debates.

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    • 67
      nell says:

      Indeed! Just as militwit is the obvious poll leader to win in the 2015 election with a thundering majority!!!

      Like

  39. 61
    nell says:

    Not interested, can’t be bothered to watch but suspect that chart means that cleggie will be the kinnochio commissioner in the eu after 2015.

    miriam will be pleased!!

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  40. 62
    Anon. says:

    @ Kay Burley plus Farage did talk about 50% unemployment amongst afro caribbean youth in London.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7694728.stm

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  41. 66
    Ed Llewelyn, Dave's jockstrap says:

    Can we have an alliance with you please Mr Farage?

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  42. 72
    Ann Frank's Drum-kit says:

    Clegg is crapping himself and sees his political career fading faster than Mo Farrah in a marathon.

    Like

    • 99
      nell says:

      Look – he fails as libdem leader in 2015 – he’s made an EU Commissioner in 2016 for his’services to the UK as deputy PM’

      The outcome is that he becomes a multi millionaire a la the kinnochios with their multiple pensions and mega troughing of the eu gravy train.

      miriam is already stockpiling £100 plus bottles of champagne in anticipation !!

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  43. 75
    nell says:

    Think that debate means that neither ukip nor cleggie’s party are of much importance in the 2015 election.

    Like

    • 236
      Maximus says:

      Nell, you might consider the idea that UKIP could have 100 MPs tomorrow – if they crossed the floor from the Cons. Unlikely, yes. Impossible, no. Bearing on 2015, absolutely.

      Like

      • 626
        MrNedward says:

        I am certain that there will be a lot more MPs, both tory and labour considering how that very impressive performance by Farage will effect their livelihood from 2015.

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  44. 80
    passenger says:

    just in case anybody is still labouring under the misapprehension that Britain is not a police state – i took a flight from Birmingham airport a few days ago – went through passport control okay onto security. Thereupon I went through the gate thing and it rang – they suggested it was my boots – took boots off – went through again – all okay – then bloke friske me – then frisked me again – I was unhappy about this – he asked if I had a problem – went away and got wand thing and passed it all over me – then asked again if I had a problem – then ran his hands around my belt, pulling my jumper and shirt out as he did so – then gathered my belongings from the carousel – went to board and was asked for my passport – my journey was to Glasgow – fucking passport to go from Birmingham to Glasgow? Still in the UK isn’t it??? Fucking arrogant bully doing the ‘search’ – fucking no way to treat a citizen of this country – fucking never flying again – fucking shits make flying a very bad experience. Who the fuck do these people think they are???????????????????????????????

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    • 92
      Squeaker says:

      Are you sure it was not the Deputy Squeaker doing some free feelyfeely?

      Like

    • 94
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      A good question.

      Like

    • 104
      NSA/GCHQ says:

      You got off lightly

      Wait until we tighten our surveillance on you

      Like

    • 110
      Pseud Watch says:

      Security.

      Like

    • 426
      jgm2 says:

      Simple solution. Don’t go to Glasgow. When you get there – you’ll be in Fucking Glasgow. Sure, it’s not Libreville but at least when you fly to Libreville they supply free dri*nks.

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    • 439
      Anonymous says:

      Or you can go by car – for the moment at least – and have your number plate read by a computer at frequent intervals.

      By train, subject to random searches.

      Somehow, none of this was necessary when terrorist groups were actively carrying out a bombing campaign on the UK mainland.

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    • 477
      Anonymous says:

      How does one round up a bunch of terrorists?

      A: Advertise airport security positions? (Come to daddy.)

      Like

    • 524
      (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

      Probably an enricher!

      Like

  45. 84
    Grant Crapps says:

    Let’s have a referendum

    We are anti EU now

    The polls tell us to be

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  46. 86
    Anonymous says:

    Stuff the liblabcon european coalition and vote UKIP in May.

    VOTE UKIP AND GET BACK ENGLAND.

    YOU CAN HAVE A WELSH ASSEMBLY, A SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT, A NORTHERN IRELAND ASSEMBLY, CHANNEL ISLANDS GOVERNMENT,MANX GOVERNMENT BUT….

    YOU CAN’T FUCKIN MENTION ENGLAND! THAT WILL BE RACIST!!

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  47. 89
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    It’s not enough for UKIP to win the Euro elections, they really have to get more votes than the Pro-EU LibLabCon combined.

    If they can then they will have truly put the UKIP cat amongst the establishment pigeons :-)

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    • 120
      Fruitcake and proud of it says:

      Good point but isn’t realistic due to the ‘My granny voted Labour/Conservative, I haven’t got a brain of my own’ mob.

      Like

    • 122
      Larry the Cat, inspecting says:

      Dave has pissed himself so much tonight

      That it is seeping out under the door of No 10

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  48. 90
    We all say in match of the day says:

    Nigel Farage: 10. The Biy Clegg :

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  49. 93
    Anonymous says:

    Whats happens next year if UKIP is polling higher than LD’s come the debates…..They used this to deny Farage a place last time.

    Like

    • 585
      Sir Roger de Senseless says:

      Well, the L.D.s are very keen on P.R. aren’t they – or at least they were until 48 hours ago.

      Like

  50. 95
    Manuel Barroso says:

    Herman, when Agent Clegg arrives for his de-briefing, seat him in our SPECIAL chair.

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  51. 103
    The EUSSR Compliance unt Re-Education Unit says:

    Generalfeldmarschall Zer Rumpy-Pumpy unt zer unterschmelling corpse demands that

    the INVASION OF ZER INGLANDER BEGINS AT ONCE!!!!

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    • 123
      Reeductaion doesn't work in England says:

      Which army will you be using to invade England, you can’t use the Poles as they are watching Putin and his mates, please remember if you try to invade we will bite back.

      Like

  52. 104
    Fruitcake and proud of it says:

    Win Guido???

    More like murder.

    Like

  53. 107
    Tesco's Abbatoir says:

    Slaughter for Cleggie

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  54. 114
    Anonymous says:

    As far am I am concerned, The EU needs to cease existing and the EEC returned, a trading group only, not this political union, we never asked for it.

    Like

  55. 115
    Anonymous says:

    How many prominent politicians who support the EU(and a united states of europe, but wont say so) are paid enormous sums to promote the EU.

    All those eu commissioners and their gold plated pensions, all meps etc etc, any one think of any one else, cant think of their names myself although something like the pinnocks rings a bell as does lord mandelbum, he’s right up their arse he is! also that traitor besseltime, who brought thatchers reign to an end. one can only hope that he is getting on a bit now, so you never know.

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    • 152
      Tony Blair, EU AND US pimp says:

      Don’t forget that we also support CIA and NSA dirty tricks and creating illegal wars

      to satisfy our neocon masters in Washington and receive huge bungs from gangsters and banksters

      and oligarchs

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  56. 116
    Clammily Clegg chief cockroach & EU boot-licker says:

    mummy!

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  57. 118
    Bus Pass Elvis says:

    BREAKING NEWS.

    Nick Clegg has applied for membership of my Party.

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  58. 121
    Brilliant Graun journo, Andrew Sparrow says:

    Snap Verdict: It was much closer than last time and, in a contrast to last week, Nick Clegg dominated in the early exchanges. He was more combative and aggressive, and, to my ear, he probably won more of the exchanges than Farage did. But Farage got through the Putin/Ukraine storm quite easily, and his Stop the War isolationist popularism will have resonated with many voters. To my mind, Clegg was narrowly ahead. (Last time I was sure that Farage won.) But when the polls come in, I still expect them to give it to Farage – but probably by a narrow margin than last time.

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    • 143
      Journalists need to be retrained to understand the public says:

      Got it wrong didn’t you.

      Like

    • 149
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      Sounds about right for that twat.

      Like

    • 187
      Miriam Gonzalez Truillo says:

      Clegg was a wreck – he looked so angry at times – rather like a spoilt child who has just lost at monopoly. He cannot keep his cool – he’s an idiot.

      You have very bad judgement sir and need to consider and accept this. Humility is a great English trait, so don’t feel bad about yourself. It is important to learn how to lose in life (something the left don’t understand or are capable of).

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      • 263
        Jack Ketch says:

        Another English trait that no has mentioned is the dislike of people who play the man instead of the ball. Clegg leaped out to hack at Nigel Farage the man rather than discuss Britain in Europe. Cloggie came over like one of those sadistic school prefects in 1920s boys stories. Sarcasm? Good when its funny. Churlish when it isn’t.

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  59. 124
    Cathy's Army says:

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    • 130
      Cathy obviously has not read her Tweet above says:

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    • 147
      Baldy Watch says:

      Who is the baldy and how did he win those medals?

      Like

      • 157
        Nick Clegg says:

        But I have just told Britain that the EU does not have and never will have an army.

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      • 159
        F##k the LibLabCon says:

        For sucking EU cock.

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      • 165
        Old Africa hand says:

        Baldy if French foreign legion wallah who has probably killed more Africans (and Arabs) than he would admit. The French have been mopping up in Africa for 40 years

        On the left, British Colonel, rather underdecorated I would say

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        • 507
          Fred the pensioner says:

          Back when I was a bit younger, I had two ex-legionnaires working for me. One was a 5’5″ Liverpudlian on the run from the cops for some mischief or other and the other was a huge 6’6″ giant of a man from Lisbon. Both very honourable men, gentle as kittens – but hard as nails; and I would not have wanted to seriously cross them! They were among the best I ever employed and some of the tales they told of their exploits – best remain unrepeated on here.

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        • 617
          The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

          The man on his left may be a British Colonel but he is not wearing a British Army uniform. Have a closer look OAH.

          Like

    • 531
      (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

      I didn’t know that Telly Savalas had joined up!

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  60. 131
    A lying two-faced paranoid bully, economic illiterate and sanctimonious shithead says:

    I STILL agree with Nick

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  61. 132
    Lord Branson Dickie says:

    Clegg is a tosser.

    Farage is lightweight.

    Best to keep your money in your pockets.

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    • 177
      oh for a tax haven says:

      Hello Dickie, you offshore wanker

      How’s that pad in the Virgins?

      You must be a bit lonely in the tropics dodging taxes, aren’t you?

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  62. 135
    Anonymous says:

    Wonder what Mary The Troll Riddel will try and write tomorrow after the bullshit waffle she wrote last week that everyone took the piss out off.

    Like

  63. 138
    Edna in Clapham says:

    I wondered why Clegg kept accusing Farage of taking us back to the 19th century. It didn’t make any sense and made him sound stupid.

    I then watched the 8pm news on BBC (glutton for punishment) and they interviewed a Portuguese madame (Euro MP) who said exactly the same as Clegg – “Why is Farage trying to take Britain back to the 19th century”?

    This is obviously the latest line of attack out of Brussels (or mantra) and we will hear it a lot in the next few weeks, despite the fact it makes no sense whatsoever, is an ad hominem comment. and shows how panicked the Euro freaks are.

    I wonder how long Clegg was on the phone to Barroso and Merkel for today trying to get a few tips?

    The EU’s propaganda machine is neither subtle nor clever.

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    • 190
      Anonymous says:

      Wasn’t the 19th century fucking amazing for Britain?

      Like

      • 218
        Victorian philanthropist says:

        Yes it was.

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        • 256
          just a minute says:

          Schools and hospitals weren’t overflowing with
          Eastern European immigrants in the 19th century.

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          • Fred the pensioner says:

            Or those damn fuzzziwuzzzis what don’t like it up ‘em (do they Sir?)

            However, I did notice what looked like a Nigerian in a top hat pretending to be a Victorian philanthropist at the closing ceremony of the Olympics. Perhaps I should not have had that last wine gum.

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    • 505
      M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

      They even had a proper benefits system – the workhouse. It provided for people’s needs but was not such a featherbed that people would do anything to get out of it, usually be finding employment no matter how hard.

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      • 627
        MrNedward says:

        That was back when we were the world’s most prosperous traders. Back when we were not taking money away from people who work, in order to give it to pay other people to NOT work.

        That plan really has not worked well, has it?

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  64. 141
    Anon. says:

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  65. 144
    Pseud Watch says:

    Key points, not finality.

    1. Clegg declared we are safer in the EU. This while MI five are embroiled in j I h ad plots, we are stuffed with the Euro Court Human Rights and every tosspot moose seems to be here, beheading girlfriends, messing with girls, fGM and the rest.

    2. Nigel’s Libya point was a classis.

    3. Cleft doesn’t even seem to be convincing himself.

    4. Nigel’s “we want our country back” at the end was an exact echo of the opening point in a blog last week. By me.

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    • 163
      Dodgy D. Laws says:

      1. We are safer in the EU.
      2. If we left the EU, three million British jobs would be at risk.
      3. As ‘little Englanders’ we would have no influence in the World.
      4. We would have incredibly bad weather if we were to leave the EU.

      These and many other scare stories are the life blood of LibDem politics

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      • 245
        beyond parody says:

        When he seriously put forward climate change as a reason to stay in the EU I thought I might be watching an old Monty Python sketch ffs,

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  66. 153
    Anonymous says:

    Can’t wait till, in about 50 years, the islamic flag flies over no10 and the USE, you know that that is their real goal!

    They keep saying that they will conquer Europe and with our politicians, I believe they will.

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  67. 164
    Anonymous says:

    Warmongering bankster whore Clegg was stuffed. Bring on Cameron and Milliband….

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  68. 166
    THE EU Airforce that Clegg denied on Live TV says:

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  69. 167
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    How do Clegg and his eco-loons expect all these car manufacturers, here in the UK, to run their plants on windmills and solar panels?

    All this expensive green energy is more likely to drive them out of the UK than if the UK left the EU.

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  70. 169
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    How do Clegg and his eco-loons expect all these car manufacturers, here in the UK, to run their plants on windmills and solar panels?

    All this expensive green energy is more likely to d’rive them out of the UK than if the UK left the EU.

    Like

    • 194
      Brit in France says:

      Clegg says they are going to import electricity from France

      But France itself can no longer export due to lack of capacity

      Clegg is a bloody liar

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  71. 172
    Lady Agatha Wyckham Stench says:

    Clegg is nothing more than a brainwashed Eurobot believing all the lies and myths the commission have ever told him.

    He’s lost the plot, has no integrity and is a traitor. He needs to grow a backbone.

    He should be sent to the tower and beheaded in public (along with Gordon Brown, Tony Blair, Lord Mandelbum, Major, Cameron, Millitwat and all the other traitors of the last 20 years)

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  72. 175
    Journalists need to be retrained to understand the public says:

    Subrey or whatever her name is, was on the BBC and I think she’s upset with Nige she slated him, goes to show the public have left these politicians far far behind

    Like

    • 180
      Anonymous says:

      Those mainstream politicians are misreading the UK public at their peril.

      They are going to be taught a lesson soon.

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  73. 178
    Pseud Watch says:

    The Euro elections ARE the referendum.

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  74. 179
    Express Yourself with Crayons says:

    Can you imagine Farage debating with Miliband?

    Like

    • 183
      RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

      I’m busy filling in my blank sheet of paper.

      Like

    • 185
      Anonymous says:

      Milliband could’nt debate a shop front mannequin, Milliband must be shitting himself for the debates when they come round.

      Like

      • 241
        UKIP or bust says:

        He’s good at poking his finger up in the air and waving it about like a demented history treacher and saying “oh yes, oh yes”, but not much else.

        Like

    • 532
      Ed Minimarx says:

      I would tell Nigel Farage in no uncertain terms that these strikes are wrong.

      Like

  75. 181
    C O (Ξ7m) says:

    Nigel has well and truly stolen Owen’s thunder with the people’s army sentiment.

    Owen is not happy.

    Are we now going to see the resurgence of the anti-liberal left ? Owen seems up for it.

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    • 196
      Edna in Clapham says:

      I think poor Owen is very confused.

      His mad rant doesn’t really make much sense and is contradictory.

      Someone ought to tell him that wisdom comes with age and he knows very little.

      Like

      • 421
        Xerxes III says:

        Owen will need to be about 3,000 years old before he catches up with the rest of us on the wisdom front.

        Like

    • 235
      Tossers mum says:

      Where is it?

      In your comic books, now get to bed.

      Like

    • 243
      UKIP 4 ALL says:

      Whats the difference between left wing populism and UKIP populism?

      Left wing populism is only popular in the foetid imagination of a tiny minority of leftist fantasists.

      Owen Jones, legend in his own lunch time.

      Like

      • 355
        Strelnikov says:

        He’s just a silly little boy with a red flag-waving fetish. I once saw him at a demonstration – he almost came in his pants because someone let him hold the banner at the front.

        Like

      • 424
        The Beatles (not really) says:

        Owen doesn’t understand the difference between being popular and being populist.

        Like

    • 407
      Len McClusky says:

      That’s it, the OJ party.

      Like the BJ party but without the post coital cigarette.

      Like

    • 534
      JH-230912384590231a says:

      It’s up your prolapsed arsehole.

      Like

    • 542
      (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

      What a cupid stunt!

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  76. 184
    Nigel says:

    The next time you organise a debate could you put me up against someone who’s not such a fucking lightweight?

    Like

  77. 186
    Nick Farage says:

    Come and Join the people’s army, let’s topple the establishment.

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  78. 189
    Anonymous says:

    Did you see the champagne in the BBC bar? I have never seen so many bottles on display.

    Like

  79. 191
    Anon. says:

    Like

    • 197
      Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

      There is no European Army. It doesn’t exist. There are no plans for a European Army.

      Like

    • 202
      Nick Clegg says:

      No it’s all Farage’s fantasy, it’s his lies. The EU does not have an army and has no intention of having an army. Do not believe what you see on YouTube. Trust me.

      Like

    • 213
      Armchair civilian says:

      What a bunch of utter tossers.

      Like

  80. 195
    Owen Jokes says:

    SOMEONE SLIPPED ME SOME SODIUM PENTATHOL.

    Like

    • 199
      anon says:

      What an idiot this Jones creature is.

      He’s clearly very angry and probably suffers from high blood pressure.

      Like

      • 203
        Anon. says:

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        • 214
          anon says:

          That’s why Kevin Macguire was having a hissy fit on the BBC earlier. Bad losers the left – hence my comment about the amoeba Owen Jones.

          Farage won because of what he said – nothing to do with it being Clegg’s fault.

          Jones is just another bad leftie loser trying to make feeble excuses for his own lack of insight and bad judgement of character. Spineless and chippy.

          Jones knows absolutely nothing.

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          • C O (Ξ7m) says:

            To understand where this is going, Jones needs to put down his Marx and pick up his history books.

            What Farage said tonight should win UKIP a lot of Labour votes: Permanently.

            Like

          • Anonymous says:

            I think we could see a real labour split at some point in the next while, could be a catyclism breaking it into pieces…..

            Like

          • Ophelia Cox says:

            Farage won because he is on the right side of the argument and Clegg is on the wrong side of the argument. With every day that passes it becomes more obvious too.

            Like

        • 215
          The Public says:

          He’s not controversial. Do you still not get it? He is speaking up for a huge number of people in this country. We are utterly fed up with the lies and bullshit being peddled by the Westminster parties – not just on Europe but on a whole raft of other issues.

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  81. 200
    Vlad, chillaxing says:

    I have offered Nigel a villa for the Summer in Crimea

    Warm, beautiful and far from the maddenihg crowd

    Like

    • 209
      Chuka says:

      If we leave the EU I may have to sell my luxury Villa in Ibiza.

      Like

      • 255
        Spanish Finance Minister says:

        Um, no, please keep coming to Spain, buy as much property as you like.

        Frankly, since we’ve been in the EU we’ve needed all the money we can get.

        Like

        • 274
          Polly says:

          If we leave the EU I may have to sell my luxury villa in Tuscany.

          Like

          • Italian Finance Minister says:

            Um, no, please keep coming to Italy, buy as much property as you like.

            Frankly, since we’ve been in the EU we’ve needed all the money we can get.

            Like

    • 221
      Nigel says:

      Вы замечательный человек!!

      Like

    • 590
      Sir Roger de Senseless says:

      Decent wenches too, who not only look good, but who can read, write and speak a couple of languages. Amazingly they used to like and admire this country (I know, I’ve been there for the 150th anniversary of the war). What they think now is anybody’s guess.

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  82. 201
    Muggins says:

    Well done Nigel.
    Keep up the good work, they don’t like it up ‘em.

    Like

    • 319
      John Bellingham says:

      Actually, the Lib Dems and most of the other MPs DO like it up ‘em. That may be part of the problem. Instead of listening to the public they listen to rent boys and media Tinkerbelles and think that they represent public opinion. That fat bag Thornberry is always spouting about “What I hear on the doorstep..”, possibly the doorstep she refers to is her sandwich.

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  83. 205
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    HHHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEELLLLLLPPPPPPP !!!

    Like

    • 224
      Anonymous says:

      I’d say June if the Euros are going to be as bad as i think.

      Like

    • 225
      UKIP or bust says:

      Seems like his little patronising gestures of where are you and naming names didn’t do the politrickster any good.

      Ah, well gloggy there’s always the EU, isn’t there.

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  84. 206
    Jake says:

    Poor old Cleggy,
    Squealing like a virgin on her wedding night

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  85. 210
    FrankFisher says:

    I’m laughing, but I’m also bloody glad I’m not Nigel’s life insurer.

    Whooops, I’m a UKIP candidate too… (checks life insurance is up to date).

    Metropolitan elite, yooooor boys took one hell of a beating!

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  86. 212
    that is the question says:

    The people have spoken, there’s something rotten in the state of Europe.

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    • 234
      Anon says:

      There is nothing rotten about the British people. We love our country. We are civilised, stoical, patient and tolerant. We simply want to govern outselves and return to being a democracy. It is not much to ask – but don’t ever make the mistake of many people in the past who thought that our inate niceness and social diffidence makes us incapable of organising, fighting, killing and dying for our way of life, freedoms and beliefs.

      We don’t do it very much but a thousand and more years of history shows that contrary to Kipling’s poem about the people of England not having spoken yet, the people of these islands are quite capable of taking the gloves off when need be – executing monarchs, overthrowing kings, princes, prime minsters and others who stand in their way. Scots, English, Welsh – have absolutely no problem whatsoever with the idea of fighting for what we believe in. We don’t do it on a whim, as we are a crowded island and know that getting on with each other is the more intelligent way to live, but when the British peoples lift up their fists to strike top defend what they believe in, they strike very hard indeed

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      • 253
        Anonymous says:

        agree 1000%, very well articulated.

        Do you fancy giving some lessons to that pygmy on the throne is westminster in the intelligent art of using our wonderful language so as to be very well understood?

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      • 362
        Me says:

        Great post.

        Like

      • 541
        JH-230912384590231a says:

        The spoken yet quote is from The secret people by G K Chesterton.

        Lovely stuff.

        People like Owen Jones think they can keep us secret.

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      • 629
        MrNedward says:

        Political correctness has been eating away at this for years. An effeminate hatred of any and all violence.

        Some of us are old enough to remember when the British were rightly and justly proud of being capable of effective violence and being wise enough to know when it is, or is not, necessary.

        I was brought up to avoid violence if at all possible, but when a violent outcome becomes inevitable, do whatever is required to win.

        I taught my martial arts students the same philosophy.

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  87. 216
    Anon. says:

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    • 222
      Anonymous says:

      I knew it, LD’s are about to be massacred in May even worse than before, these debates were a big big mistake and will be Cleggs undoing. LD Leadership election by the summer.

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  88. 217
    UKIP or bust says:

    It’s getting like UKIP has reached some sort of critical momentum or tipping point in that no matter what they throw at it now it is comes out as positive for Farage, UKIP, democracy and Truth.

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  89. 230
    Anonymous says:

    The creation of the euro has made the industrialised nations of northern europe richer at the expense of the poorer southern states like spain, greece, portugal, italy, cypus etc.

    Who is giving a thought for the unemployed youth of these countries(57% in spain), their lives blighted by a politically imposed currency, the euro, otherwise known as the deutschmark!

    Normally at any sign of high unemployment the left would be on the march to support these people. Where are they today? Their alleigences pledged to the creation of a united states of europe means they daren’t lift a finger to help. The rich political european elite just get richer at the expense of the young unemployed!

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  90. 232
    Anonymous says:

    When will the establishment close Guido down?

    They surely can’t allow him to continue much longer?

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    • 242
      Anon says:

      The ‘establishment’ is shitting itself and will soon be fighting with each other like ferrets in a sack. The Tory and Labour parties are deeply divided and unhappy with their leaders.

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      • 282
        C O (Ξ7m) says:

        Maybe more accurate to speculate that the establishment are eyeing Farage carefully.

        They cannot have not noticed that he could indeed be very useful to them.

        It is the current political establishment which will be taken down. The actual establishment really do not owe them anything.

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          Pocalypt says:

          That of course, is the age-old question. Just who are these people? The thousand families, the plutocrats, the ueber-intelligencia, the money-men, upper-echelons of academia, the ‘hidden hands’ (if you are into conspriacies, which I tend not to be)?

          In a way, their exact identity is less important than the criteria which should be used to determine who can stay and who should go. I am all in favour of including them in any future poltical settlement rather than driving them abroad or being vindictive, but there does need to be an accounting and a need for them to really want to put the interests of this country to the fore.

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          • Analyst says:

            The real establishment in Britain is the City nowadays, including bankers, lawyers, accountants, consultants, PR people

            The landed families are intertwined with the City now, as are the armed forces, through risk managers etc

            This establishment has decided collectively to accept globalisation and make as much cash as possible from it

            Weak political parties leave the hands of the British establishment free to continue making money

            The fact that this Establishment is totally corrupted (Blair, Mandelson, Fred the Shred, Lord Levy and the list is endless) and now welcomes the most criminal gangsters and oligarchs into its ranks highlights its criminal nature

            Britain has created a True British Mafia. The People are there to be manipulated and stiffled. End of story

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        • 334
          Jack says:

          A change of oligarchs in Britain

          Like in Ukraine?

          Sounds likely to me

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    • 366
      Anonymous says:

      Do keep up old boy, Guido is the establishment.

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    • 611
      MI6 says:

      Guido, or rather the people at News International who control him, switches about between overseas servers David Icke style in order to keep things going.

      The chaps in the office are in two minds. Half of us are so far to the right that we’re over the horizon but the other half are careerist Common Purpose types.

      Watch this space. Or rather, don’t.

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  91. 233
    Journalists need to be retrained to understand the public says:

    You have to give it the the bBBC, they keep wheeling these people out to slate Farage, now they have the idiot from Plaid Cymru on , she reminds me of that nutty Green Ausy yapping at high speed, couldn’t understand a work she said.

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  92. 239
    The British media are cunts says:

    The British media though keep spinning lies about UKIP and it backfires. did you see old Toilets Maguire’s face on sky News?

    He was spouting the same old shit, head in the sand, what a fucking big nosed geordie cuunt

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  93. 240
    Hugh Mann says:

    Comments on the Guardian site are fantastic, even they agree Clegg got his backside handed to him. Rejoice !

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    • 254
      C O (Ξ7m) says:

      UKIP picking up any form of praise on CIF is Labour’s biggest nightmare.

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    • 320
      stun () says:

      I find it odd that apparently a third of LibDem sympathisers were in favour of Farage. What possible policies can they have in common? Europe, energy, statism? All diametrically opposed. Maybe it’s just a characteristic of LD supporters that they’re flaky. Still, you don’t look at he mantelpiece when you’re poking the fire….

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      • 630
        MrNedward says:

        Lib Dem supporters were promised a referendum on membership in their 2010 manifesto. Also, Lib Dems sort of care for the poor, Farage was reminding them that the current liblabcon have all left the white working class to rot while doing everything they could to deny them their promised referendum. Perhaps even lib dem voters hate being lied to?

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  94. 261
    Anon. says:

    Meanwhile,on another planet.

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  95. 262
    Fishy says:

    A 2nd division fantasists debate.

    Clegg – (taking the Miliband postion) lying through his teeth wants to stay in the EU and no say for the population

    Farage- (also lying through his teeth – particularly about the ‘cast iron guarantee’) wants out now. Not a word of criticism about Brown signing the Lisbon treaty, I notice.

    BBC (lying through its teeth) tell us that most people they spoke to want to stay in but want to negotiate change…But no one is taking that position, they say. Yes they are. What has Cameron being saying?

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    • 603
      Cameron is a statistic says:

      Does anyone care what Camerloon says – I stopped listening to his lies a long time ago.
      Voted tory for 53 years but never, never again.
      Vote Nigel, Vote UKIP.

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  96. 265
    UKIP or bust says:

    It’s most interesting that clogg lied and out and out denied the existance of a EU military.

    Not an atempt to play it down or answer a different question, but to just bare-faced lie about it, that is telling.

    Why would he do that? They must badly not want the plebs to know about it.

    I remember Christopher Booker writing about it over a decade ago.

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  97. 268
    Not in My Name says:

    Further confirmation, as if it were needed, that Clegg is a Bell End and the Limp Dems have worse than nothing to offer.

    Crawl back under your rocks

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  98. 272
    Enemies of the people says:

    The Bubble were well fucked tonight !

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  99. 275
    Alice says:

    On BBC News at Nine, Fantacists Are Us spokesman rubbishing the debate, perfectly sure that an Independant Scotland will be able to sort out the EU to Scotland’s benefit. Fucking idiot!

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  100. 276
    Hugh Mann says:

    BBC R4 News opening headline :

    “In the debate, Nigel Farage and Nick Clegg traded insults (*soundbite of Clegg attacking Farage*).”

    All the news that we think you should hear.

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  101. 277
    Pseud Watch says:

    Clogg couldn’t resist getting in at the end his bright future world of…

    Diversity………aaaarrgghhh

    Gay Marriage……….aaaaaaaaarrrrgggggghhhhhh

    Should have thought even the hays are sick of this by now and for most people diversity does not mean kebabs and curry but favoured immigrant benefit payments of which they are heartily sick.

    Roll on the EU elections, aka 2014 referendum.

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  102. 278
    Anonymous says:

    I do wonder you know, all the comments before this about how it would be set up to smash Nigel outright.

    Thing is, the ‘establishment’ is obviously reasonably pro-europe, they do however have an interest in keeping UKIP going – partly as a distraction from just about anything else, but also to split the vote of the main parties somewhat.

    Figure the establishment wants a weak government, Nigel spliting both the Conservative and Labour votes suits them well, while damaging the Lib Dems makes it much more the two boys club which is easier to manage.

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    • 289
      UKIP or bust says:

      There is a lot in what you say, but what other choices do we have?

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      • 325
        Anonymous says:

        We don’t really seem to have any other choice, have voted UKIP the past couple of chances I’ve had, not so much bothered about them actually winning but if they get a decent percentage things change to pacify peoples opinions – without UKIP would we even be having such debates in public?

        Besides when voting a principle of “anyone but the encumbent” seems to work well

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    • 331
      Don't look this way, look over there says:

      I did keep wondering if the establishment and the EU have an angle on using UKIP as a don’t look this way but look the other way stooge but I think it’s now UKIP is not part of any stooge setup and the LibLabCons are the stooges for the deadbeats to have a go at instead of the EU, it’s decided I will vote UKIP now, the others political party are not the real parties but just shells holding EU tossers.

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      • 423
        Ophelia Cox says:

        I travel widely on business in the EU and for the last 6 years at least intelligent, politically aware people all over Europe have been saying “What the fuck is going on? Why are our politicians ignoring us and doing whatever the hell they like?”. Same in Germany as in the Netherlands as in Italy as in France. It is very strange and worrying.

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        • 514
          Fred the pensioner says:

          Ah! That must be the reason why none of the almost daily riots and disturbances all over Europe ever manage to get a spot in any of the news coverage.

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          • Sir Roger de Senseless says:

            I’ve seen this alluded to before, but never hear a mention in the M.S.M. Where can I find decent, believable reports on these events?

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  103. 279
    Nick Stoast says:

    Mirror and G’uardian readers may actually start waking up to the fact that more EU integration will mean:
    (1) The EU will impose a general healthcare model, which will not be based on the NHS concept, but more like the essentially private German model. In short, goodbye NHS.
    (2) The EU will standardise on citizen rights and admin, so an ID card will be introduced in the UK.
    (3)

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  104. 284
    EUSSR Propganda HQ to BBC / Grouniad Disinformation Units says:

    Conitune mit zer Troof zat der pimpkin Kleeg von zer talks!!

    Vee vill zend you zer words fur zer mornink news.

    Meenvile, play zer martial music

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  105. 285
    UKIP or bust says:

    Aparently Clegg want’s a rematch, only this time he said he will debate the EU with Terry Factor Elvis impersonater.

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  106. 287
    The EU Drones that Clegg said do not exist says:

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  107. 288
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    the BBC can’t help themselves, they really need a kicking while having it explained to them that they are supposed to be fair and balanced.
    bbc say ” 2 thirds of people preferred Farage’s ” Performance””

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    • 292
      the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

      look BBC fuckwits it is not the performance that is preferred it is what is being said. the BBC and Cloggy are the ones living in the past.

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      • 302
        licence payers have a right to know says:

        Exactly how much funding does the BBC receive from the EU?

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        • 314
          The BBC says:

          errr that would be commercially sensitive information and we need to operate on a level playing field ( ‘cept of course for the licence fee and grant from the EU )

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        • 333
          No-one in Westminster says:

          An interesting question. Almost as interesting as the questions ‘how much taxpayers’ money does the EU allocate to the BBC in its a) declared if unsigned-off-on budget? and b) secret unscrutinized budget?’, ‘How much money is taken from the EU’s bank accounts for the ostensible purpose of giving it to the BBC?’ ‘What is the difference between those amounts?’ ‘How much of that money ends up in the pockets of a) bent EU officials, b) bent BBC staff, c) EU politicians, d) other identifiable middlemen, e) the Mafia?

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  108. 291
    Fishy says:

    In his summary on the ‘Ten o’ Clock News’, BBC / Labour’s Toenails gets his knife into Cameron. ‘The Prime Minister, not long ago was calling UKIP, ‘A Bunch Of Fruitcakes, Loonies And Closet Racists’

    Not long ago = 2006

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    • 454
      Anonymous says:

      Why the f do they dignify Clegg with name deputy prime minister when he’s trying to peddle LimpDem policies only?

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  109. 293
    A Strawman says:

    I’m really pissed off with Nick Clegg. He asked me earlier in the week if he could use my services tonight. He said I would feature on just a few occassions. I had no idea he would have me working all evening.

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  110. 296
    The Establishment says:

    Fuck us…we’re shit scared now. The airplane attempt didn’t work last time.

    Putin, please send us some Polonium.

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  111. 299
    Teh Peoples' Army says:

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  112. 303
    thespecialone says:

    Mainstream media don’t like it. Just watched ITN News and the debate was way down the list of ‘news’ reports and Bradby, whom I think is normally quite fair, didn’t even mention how big a margin that Farage won by. MSM is ganging up on the spin.

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    • 306
      Samcked Gob says:

      The BBC’s Nick Robinson did!

      I was gobsmacked.

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    • 356
      Best of Three says:

      They should give ITV a fair crack of the whip with a third debate.

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      • 488
        Anonymous says:

        BBC should never have been given the debate. With the EU being the central theme and the BBC receiving EU funding there’s a clear conflict of interest. Though perhaps that doesn’t matter given the impeccable balance and impartiality consistently shown by the BBC?

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        • 613
          Airey Belvoir says:

          The BBC debate was conducted very fairly, against my expectations. Balanced questions and Dimblebum played a straight bat.

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  113. 304
    President Putin says:

    Nigel Farage is my favourite leader!

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  114. 308
    Newsnight says:

    How on earth can we spin this disaster?

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  115. 309
    Neitherdeadoralive says:

    They now know you are a danger to them,Nige…… Take care mate!

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  116. 311
    Anon. says:

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    • 323
      but says:

      And there’s no-one obvious to replace him.
      Except maybe Danny Alexander?

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    • 326
      Londoner says:

      This is just the media playing catch-up on what has been the situation on the ground for quite some time. The Libdems are a hollwed out shell of a party. They are scraping the barrel to find candidates for the coming local elections in London, allowing people who would have been their fourth or fifth choice to stand as candidates because their activist base imploded three years ago and has never really recovered.

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  117. 315
    Shooty* says:

    Doesn’t matter one way or the other: The lovers of Peace will have killed us all within 10 – 15 years.

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  118. 321
    C O (Ξ7m) says:

    This interview with NATO General Breedlove (Supreme Allied Commander for Europe) broadcast in Netherlands today is worth watching:

    http://nieuwsuur.nl/video/631278-navogeneraal-breedlove-waarschuwt.html

    The interview is in English.

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    • 359
      the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

      for one guy you certainly get around the interweb

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  119. 328
    Anonymous says:

    7% and the 2006 small print. The 2 numbers that show what a lying toerag Clegg is..

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    • 482
      Barrie says:

      He’s certainly proved himself the equal of Chris Huhne when it comes to lying his fucking face off.

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  120. 335
    Ed Miliband says:

    OMG! Why? Why did I listen to Rachel Reeves? “The people don’t want a European referendum so best rule one out ”

    Why did I listen to the stupid bitch! Not just her. The whole idiotic shad cab were saying “just say no”

    Except Ed Balls. He said have a referendum. Incredibly after a decade of trying he finally got something right. But of course I didn’t listen. Why would I?

    OMG! I’m in as much shit as Cameron now. And I don’t even have any policies to fall back on.

    Help! Help me, Len!

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  121. 336
    Nick Clegg says:

    7%

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  122. 337
    The British media are cunts says:

    Jackie Smiff on sky News. Jesus another fat Labour bitch. Why are socialist females always really fat and really ugly?

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    • 342
      Anonymous says:

      How this woman ever got to the top of the political pile is beyond me, she is a vile joke.

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      • 385
        Confucius, he says:

        Never under-estimate the shallowness of the Labour Party talent pool.

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      • 388
        don't do as I do... says:

        perhaps they all like porn, even though, thoroughbred of a woman she may be, she wanted to ban pink for little girls, just before Lab got knocked out, she tried to destroy women’s very personalities at source, if you will, what a shabby piece of work she is

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    • 370
      A fat ugly woman says:

      If I can’t be fancied, I want to be feared.

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      • 515
        Fred the pensioner says:

        … and spouting utter bollocks on the telly press review sofa is so obviously the way to go!

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    • 598
      Sir Roger de Senseless says:

      Didn’t she try to get a shoo-in for some Beeboid job just after the expenses scandal. That confused me a bit, cuz I’d just lost my job at the time and try as I might, I couldn’t find any such job on the Jobcentre website; surely some mistake. Anyway, in the end I had to settle for teaching remedial Maths (well, sub-’O’-level arithmetic, actually) at what passes for a University these days – symptomatic of a pathetic end to a once great country, but without doubt, the cushiest job I’ve ever had.

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  123. 339
    Ed Miliband says:

    And Clegg held up a picture of a red Indian. Stupid man. It’s the brown Indians Farage objects too.

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  124. 343
    Bus Pass Elvis says:

    Nick, it’s time to call it a day.

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  125. 347
    Anon. says:

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    • 381
      Bob says:

      Which boozer is that?

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    • 393
      Co-conspirator says:

      Nigel has shown up the political class in Britain for what they are

      Fake, dishonest, corrupt, incompetent and hypocritical

      Itt is natural, but also most amusing, that Nigel should have done this

      A man of common sense, who has worked in business, likes gettihg his leg over different women fron time to time, has a sense of humour and likes his tipple

      Like 90% of co-conspirators!

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  126. 349
    Can I have a Casino and Tax free Status? says:

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  127. 351
    Me says:

    Finkelstein is a fat slimy cosmopolitan.

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  128. 353
    Frau Merkel says:

    Put out ze announcement zat ze EU MUST be changing.

    Of course I don’t mean it. But ze UK politicians will be making zeir pants braun mit ze panic. Pretend to have a discussion on EU reform. Discuss until 2015 zen chuck all ze papers in ze landfill.

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    • 479
      Flucking Law says:

      What with all your green policies as you fire up another coal fired power station

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  129. 363
    SleeplessInKirkcaldy says:

    I only had time to watch the first half of the debate. I saw some of the talking heads afterwards. I can only think that the commentators and journalists don’t see what other people are thinking – they are so busy talking to each other and validating their world view that they don’t realise that they are seriously out of step.

    Most people don’t care what we think either. Here we are, typing our comments happlily and all getting cross – but it won’t change anything.

    What will change things are real votes. If people do vote UKIP in volume in the Euro elections, then positions will shift.

    The EU is about value for money. If we get enough out of it, then we will probably hold our noses and stay in. So, either repatriation of powers or another rebate. Or out.

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    • 369
      the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

      it’s not about money

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      • 378
        the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

        when I was 12 or 13 some ex pupil came back and gave a lecture to the class, which was very unusual, it only happened the once. he was going on about some war or other in history being about gold, I think he must have been one of those people who discovered socialism. I wonder what he is doing now.

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    • 373
      Catastrophe Theory says:

      When people vote UKIP in volume in the Euro elections, which they probably will, that is because positions will already have shifted in the country as a whole.

      Anyone in Westminster waiting till after the Euro election to start thinking about shifting their posiiton in the hope they can slyly communicate that without the public noticing will be far too late: the democratic genie will be out of the bottle and they will be exposed as the frauds they are – and probably be swept away at the coming general election.

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  130. 368
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    does anyone think Cloggy’s missus was as convinced as the country when he said he loved her ?

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  131. 372
    Me says:

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  132. 375
    Rightallalong says:

    Nick Clegg said that in ten years time the EU would look pretty much the same as now. So no reform then.

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    • 384
      nanny says:

      He has nothing to offer a grown up.

      His entire pitch was that Britain is a child which should stay with the familiar, the big Brussels nipple, nuzzling away at it with eyes closed and feeling less afraid of the big bad world, even though Brussels can’t even be bothered to change its nappy.

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      • 422
        FIFY says:

        He has nothing to offer a grown up.

        His entire pitch was that Britain is a child which should stay with the familiar, the big Brussels nipple, nuzzling away at it with eyes closed and feeling less afraid of the big bad world, even though Brussels doesn’t love it, keeps offering the nipple to more and more other kids, takes away its sweeties and gives them to the others and can’t even be bothered to change its nappy.

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  133. 379
    MayfairMagFan says:

    So when Nigel opens Cleggy does better.

    Then the Cleggsters score drops when he stars talking.

    There’s a lesson there. Which, for the dimwitted amongst you, is: ‘If you want to well Nick, let Nigel do the talking. And whatever you do don’t fucking start talking!’

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  134. 382
    Two left feet says:

    All those eurosceptics in the Conservative Party……Farage represents your supposed opinions on the EU far better than your own leader and party does.
    Cash, Redwood, Carswell, Shepherd etc.
    What excuse have you cowardly spineless conmen for staying within your traitorous party now?

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    • 395
      Jacob Ress-Mogg says:

      Don’t forget me! I’m spineless too!

      I’m strongly against bumsex marriage, but I’m still in the Cameron’s faux Conservative Party for the sake of my political career.

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      • 411
        Democracy says:

        You don’t have a career, you numbskull. What the voters giveth, the voter can taketh away.

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        • 478
          Fed up Joe Public & all voting UKIP ORG says:

          Democracy: Very true,…. which the political vermin career politicians
          have chosen to forget

          Dr Foxxy should remember this next door in North Somerset even with
          a 7K+ majority which will be overturned also DCW in WsM, his majority
          is under 2K & it will take much less movement in the Polls for him
          to be voted out.

          Its time for real change…….

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  135. 383
    Fishy says:

    BBC / Labour’s Newsnight are running Round 2.

    Round 2 that is of the Revd. Flowers rehabilitation story – after Paxman sucked his cock last week

    Apparently they reckon that Flowers didn’t wreck the Co-op…they’re trying to point the finger at Osborne.

    They used the gobby Labour MP John Mann in their story. He will be interrogating Osborne at the Treasury Select Committee tomorrow, but from the tape tonight he has already made his mind up. It was Osborne that wrecked their beloved Co-op.

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    • 417
      The British media are cunts says:

      Funny that the BBC forgot just who ruined our entire banking system. Remind me again who persuaded Lloyds to get themselves in the mess they did and who was it at the BBC who cheerled Gordon Brown’s fucked up takeover policy.

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      • 517
        Fred the pensioner says:

        … and just who at the BBC was directly responsible single handedly all by his little own self for an (almost?) unprecedented run on a British bank?

        Happily he later got severely Robbie Piston….

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  136. 387
    Garrotted says:

    Blimey Nige…this reminds me of Bobby’s 25 yarder in the semis in 1966

    Go for it my sun….Hans “Beckenbauer” Cameron is gonna lose big time…..

    they think it’s all over…..and

    it is….Yeee haaa …UKIP gold

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  137. 389
    Mrs Clegg says:

    I knew he was a bit of a twat but that performance was almost as bad as his fumbling and repetative attempts to hit the right spot in the ‘bedroom’

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  138. 392
    C O (Ξ7m) says:

    Fort Hood – the largest military base in the US – is currently under lockdown with a shooter on the loose.

    It is being handled by the military.

    Fort Hood last saw this in November 2009.

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    • 414
      Lady Rotherham says:

      It was a moozie the last time I thiink?

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      • 436
        C O (Ξ7m) says:

        Current update:

        KNCS Dallas are reporting 8 injured, 1 dead, 2 shooters.

        NBC Dallas have stated one person is in custody.

        USA Today: 20 shots were reported fired close to medical facility.

        Currently Helicopters are circling over a small area.

        No indication yet it is J’ihadists – was last time – reports though that the FBI are currently looking for someone in the area who they suspect has been recruiting local J’ihadi’s to attack the US.

        Still under lockdown, but the sirens / PA messages about lockdown is switched off now.

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      • 440
        Bob Fleming says:

        it’s a muzfuck this time, pound to a penny

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        • 451
          C O (Ξ7m) says:

          Not confirmed if Muzzers yet.

          1 of two possible shooters is confirmed dead.

          It is not confirmed if the dead person was the one who was reported dead earlier.

          Injured have been taken to Scott + White Hospital in Temple – no reports on the severity of the injuries.

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        • 464
          C O (Ξ7m) says:

          Shooting occurred in vicinity of building 33026

          Official on site has confirmed to KCEN that there was only one shooter who is dead.

          Injuries: Between 8 and 15 reported – most are carrying 8 with 4 critical.

          NB: Size of Fort Hood is about 340 sq miles

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        • 475
          C O (Ξ7n) says:

          According to Rep M’cCaul / CNN:

          4 Dead.
          S’hooter: 34-year-old soldier I’van L’opez – A s’oldier.

          The s’hooter shot himself, police sources told CBS N’ews.

          It is believed there was some sort of dispute between s’oldiers.

          NB: It is not normal for s’oldiers to be a’rmed whilst on base.

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          • UKIP'S Nige says:

            Shooter was on several psychotropic drugs signed off by his military doctor.
            Vietnam anyone?

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  139. 396
    Gerbil 7 says:

    I think that we have just witnessed the end of the political career of one of the most uninspiring, insipid, pointless, toadying fuckweasals of all time that is in a position that far exceeds his abilities.
    Fuck off and don’t come back Clegg.

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  140. 400
    'Rusty' Dave Cooper says:

    Nigel and UKIP did me proud tonight, good on you lads and keep going.

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  141. 403
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    Go back to your Constituencies and prepare for oblivion !

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  142. 404
    A Pint of Bitter says:

    I wonder whether Godfrey Bloom is feeling a little silly this evening.

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  143. 406
    Vintage 'Kipper says says:

    First: They ignore you -been there
    Next: They laugh at you – been there too (Fruitcake anyone?)
    Then: They fight you – now it’s getting interesting!
    Then: You win – it’s coming, not long now.

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  144. 412
    The British media are cunts says:

    Nick Robinson’s lefty bias is as reliable s a Rolex watch. There he was on the news telling us that tonight was a victory for Clegg because he was appealing to pro EU voters. No fucking shit, there was me thinking he made an utter cuunt of himself and got smacked down by Farage.

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  145. 415
    'Drago' Dave Cooper says:

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  147. 434
    Paniagua V5.1 says:

    Well I’ve just parted with £30 for UKIP. Finally.

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  148. 438
    Owen's Remedial Maths teacher says:

    Start your graphs at 0, Gheedough

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    • 449
      Podiceps says:

      This has been fruitlessly pointed out to him again and again.

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      • 458
        jgm2 says:

        It’s a piss-take of Lib-Dem election material. Picture a seat where the Tories have 28% of the vote, Labour have 21% of the vote and the Libs have 25% of the vote. If you base your graph from 20% then you can show a graph with Tories at 8%, Liberals at 5% and poor old Labour back at 1%. So, if you want rid of Labour then clearly it makes more sense to throw your lot in with the Liberals.

        Because sub-consciously Labour have 8%, Libs 5% and Tories only 1% so (again, sub-consciously and relying heavily on the mass mathematical inability of the voters) it will require seven times as many votes for Labour to overtake the Tories (difference between 1% and 8%) but only 2 (ish) times as many for the Libs to throw the fuckers out.

        Truncated graphs are so much a part of Lib-Dem voter literature it’s become a standing joke.

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        • 473
          Podiceps says:

          No doubt this cheat is used in LibDem leaflets. But it’s been going on for years, probably ever since bar charts were invented. Guido, like many others, has often used it in various contexts. I don’t think he was trying to be satirical here. There is ample evidence that he doesn’t think graphically: employing Rich and Mark, for example.

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        • 474
          jgm2 says:

          Fucked up there…

          Should be …

          ‘Because sub-consciously Tories have 8%, Libs 5% and Labour only 1% so (again, sub-consciously and relying heavily on the mass mathematical inability of the voters) it will require seven times more votes for Labour to overtake the Tories (difference between 1% and 8%) but only 2 (ish) times as many for the Libs to throw the fuckers out.’

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    • 457
      Anonymous says:

      Otherwise, how will we find out Nick Clegg’s exit poll result in May 2015?

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  149. 453
    Anonymous says:

    Only 35,000 people work for Derbyshire County Council. I wonder how many people knew that when Nick was using it as an example of how the EU amounts to small government?

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    • 459
      Blue John says:

      I bet that number doesn’t include all the people employed in the unaccountable ‘third sector’ organisations – wholly or mainly dependant on suckling at the taxpayers’ local authorty teat.

      Like

      • 483
        Fed up Joe Public & all voting UKIP ORG says:

        Sorry Do you mean EUSSR PFI Employees ?**

        **that would be at least 450K + & most of those are on the EUSSR
        books but it does’nt matter as the EUSSR accounts have not been
        signed off for almost twenty years !!

        No one really knows what are the true costs & no one knows how much
        is being purloined each year aka EUSSR Fraud !! but its only Tax
        Payers money & there is plenty more where that came from, if not they
        will just take it from Tax Payers bank accounts !! which they have
        previous form on for this type of theft

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  150. 462
    the mystical squashed hedgehog which resembles the face of Jesus says:

    So.
    .
    Polls indicate that ukip message is one UK individuals want to hear, perhaps there is hope that sanity will prevail.

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  151. 476

    So Farage has the support of 60% of people who can’t think of anything better to do of an evening than spend an hour listening to Nigel Farage.

    You’d have to think he’ll be disappointed with that.

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    • 486
      Podiceps says:

      It does, however, include many people who watched in an attempt to bolster their support for Clegg, and were so disappointed in what they saw that they declared for his opponent.

      But in general you are right: watching politicians on television is a sad occupation for sad people.

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      • 522
        I watch a lot of telly but nothing political says:

        I don’t listen to them or take notice of any political stuff. As soon as anything like that comes on the telly I stick my fingers in my ears and sing la la la la. Sometimes, if there is any sand about I will stick my head in it, or even up my own arse.

        I don’t need to know what way the wind is blowing on political issues because I don’t care. I just vote Labour, have done all my life always will.

        I agree with aliby brown, farage should be gagged by the media.

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    • 530
      Neocon is a stupid word. says:

      1.26am in a darkened room tapping on a keyboard and criticising lifestyle choices is laughable.

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    • 565
      JH-230912384590231a says:

      …whereas if Clegg had dominated the people would have spoken, Gideon Dave blah be blah.

      Weak and desperate Jimmy.

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  152. 487
    Two left feet says:

    Attention Anna Soubry…

    Up your EU loving fat hole.

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  153. 519
    C.O.Jones says:

    Has anyone looked at the public money that Clegg may have used to prepare himself for last nights debate?

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  154. 520
    NickClueggless says:

    We stand to lose 3 million jobs if we leave the EU and Nigel Farage is scaremongering.

    Like

    • 557
      Don't look this way, look over there says:

      Love to know how many jobs we lost because of the EU, including Ford Transit van manufacturing at Southampton

      Like

  155. 525
    Prime Minister"The Dunce Of Downing Street" Cameron says:

    Why would you spend £90 on an England shirt when you can have bell end tattooed on your forehead for half the price?

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    • 529
      C.O.Jones says:

      The practice of tattooing offensive words on someones forehead happens in juvenile institutions where an offender has committed a crime so heinous that even his peers find it repulsive.

      They tattoo is not the choice of the individual but that of the group and the individual has no say in the matter, it is forced on him/her.

      There, you learn something every day. :)

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    • 618
      Neocon is a stupid word. says:

      Did you get a receipt from the tattooist.

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  156. 526
    Neocon is a stupid word. says:

    The BBC NEUs Dept has woken up an ‘expert’ from Salford Polytechnic. She reckons that there was too much information and we wouldn’t be able to take it all in.
    And then a Welsh Nationalist said the EU debate was irrelevant. Where are Mandelson, Heseltine, Branson and the other high profile EU obsessives ?
    Probably in their counting houses.

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  157. 528
    Well done for Britian Nigel says:

    So after the debate Nigel goes down the pub to celibrate with the people he says he is speaking for, nothing to hide there, but where do the elites of all the other parties go when they have had a successful night?

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  158. 535
    The Poof In Residence says:

    Contrary to initial speculation, Owen Jones’s coming out has boosted his bank balance, we can reveal.

    He has also been nominated as a leading gay personality at the first “Gay Oscars” at the Landmark Hotel in London on April 25.

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  159. 537
    Concerned Parent says:

    Dear BBC,

    If you insist on putting Emily Thornberry on our screens before the 9 o’ clock watershed, please flash up a warning first. She is giving my children nightmares.

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  160. 538
    Bollocks Broadcasting Corporation says:

    Ed says that the line we have to take on Farrage’s triumph was that it was all an irrelevance and that people are more concerned about the bedroom tax. They’ll be wheeling round some fat ugly fucker for the soundbites.

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  161. 539
    Garrotted says:

    BBC comments on the debate are open but you cannot get past the first page of comments nor see the most popular comments.
    They say “We’re having some problems displaying the comments at the moment. Sorry. We’re doing our best to fix it.”
    A technical hitch no doubt.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-26843996

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    • 631
      Anonymous says:

      “We’re having some problems displaying the comments at the moment. We can’t find any to display which support the BBC line”

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  162. 540
    Iain Duncan Smith says:

    More than 2 million low income households paying £149 more in council tax as localism bites the poorest http://goo.gl/HbHxhZ

    I shall raise this issue with “The Dunce Of Downing Street” at the earliest opportunity.

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    • 543
      Don't look this way, look over there says:

      It would have been better if you had raised it with Gordy McBroon 5 years ago, Liebour did the dirty on the people, this idiot in charge now is still too busy trying to find out how to get out of his creche.

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    • 545
      M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

      I pay that every month. Me old ‘eart bleeds for these “poor” families. £149, that’s 18 packets of fags they’ll have to give up every year.

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      • 549
        Prime Minister"The Dunce Of Downing Street" Cameron says:

        I will reply to these points after the 2015 General Election when I shall resume my role as Leader of the Opposition.

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        • 558
          British People want a referedum NOW says:

          Cameron certainly will not be able to secure a deal with EU and then win the subsequent referendum even if he was ‘re-elected.

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  163. 544
    Deputy PM Clegg says:

    Best out of three, Nigel?

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  164. 546
    Iain Duncan Smith says:

    Tory cuts will ‘slash surgery funding by £1.5BILLION and lead to fatal diseases being missed’ http://fb.me/6tTz8oqqS

    I will also raise this with “The Dunce Of Downing Street” and David Cameron wonders how he acquired his nickname. Oy Vey.

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    • 555
      Socialism is theft says:

      Except that the Tories have increased spending on the NHS whereas Labour said they would cut it.

      Like

  165. 551
    nell says:

    Is it all over? Can I switch my TV back on again now? Please tell me there are no more debates between cleggie and farage to come I simply cannot bear to watch the slaughter!

    Like

  166. 554
    The BBC says:

    A resounding win for Clegg.

    Like

  167. 560
    Grant Shapps says:

    Minister forced to repay expenses… but keeps job,Prime Minister”The Dunce Of Downing Street” this is disgusting http://dailym.ai/1orxq9n

    Like

    • 562
      Lord Owen Jones of The Cottage says:

      Cameron has no bottle. Any decent PM would sack her. It is gross misconduct. If I had done this I would be out of a job. If Cameron wants to show he means to clean up corruption and expenses, he could have shown it by sacking her. Well he has lost the next election. He lacks moral leadership.

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    • 567
      albacore says:

      Calling Dave the Dunce of Downing Street
      That ain’t arf being a lot too sweet
      He knows exactly what he’s doing
      And every bit of it’s E U-ing
      Ain’t it a shame that he’s not smitten
      When it comes down to backing Britain

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  168. 561
    Cross-hairs, please, Guido says:

    David Cameron has said that he has ‘full confidence’ in Maria Miller.

    Like

    • 572
      Tosser Dave says:

      I owe her a great debt for helping to ease my passage through the bumsex marriage legislation.

      Like

  169. 564
    JH-230912384590231a says:

    Ashton, von Rumpoy, Verhofstaht, Robinson, Shultz! Kinnock, Ashdown, Brown, Toynbee!!!

    Your boy took a hell of a beating!!!

    Like

  170. 565
    A contributor (thats not a follower) says:

    Just what did Leon see in young boy Clegg?

    Like

  171. 575
    Maria Miller Conservative MP for Basingstoke. Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport and M says:

    Should I stay or should I go ?

    Like

  172. 579
    Fred the pensioner says:

    Some dim big mouth on the Sky sofa a short while ago said, in answer to the question “Should Farage now be part of any future leaders’ debate?” – “No, there is no chance UKIP will win even one seat at the next GE so no need for him to participate”. Sky doing their bit in the ongoing campaign?

    Whoever he was (didn’t catch his name) I think needs to wake up and smell the coffee…

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    • 584
      Anonymous says:

      Well since UKIP is polling higher than the LD’s then why should the LD’s either, its all or none,

      Like

  173. 580
    The Tosser in No 10 says:

    My lavvy is red hot!

    Like

  174. 596
    Anonymous says:

    Watch question time tonight when the audience of Pro Europeans will have an orgasm when Clegg gets mentioned and call UKIP fascist when they can. The trouble with question time is the audience never reflects the british public. same as the media . Why don’t we have some Brickies from Balham or Plumbers from Preston interviewing Clegg, Milliband and Cameron the we will see who is in touch

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    • 597
      harrythebastard says:

      Question ; a programme where the BBC can bully the sensible and promote pro labour cock suckers

      Like

  175. 604
    R. Kipling says:

    It was not part of their blood,
    It came to them very late
    With long arrears to make good,
    When the English began to hate.

    They were not easily moved,
    They were icy-willing to wait
    Till every count should be proved,
    Ere the English began to hate.

    Their voices were even and low,
    Their eyes were level and straight.
    There was neither sign nor show,
    When the English began to hate.

    It was not preached to the crowd,
    It was not taught by the State.
    No man spoke it aloud,
    When the English began to hate.

    It was not suddenly bred,
    It will not swiftly abate,
    Through the chill years ahead,
    When Time shall count from the date
    That the English began to hate.

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  176. 612
    Not in my name says:

    Clergy was clearly losing it at some points. Now finally revealed for what he is: media trained lightweight who is a blatent opportunist unconvinced by his own rhetoric.

    Like

  177. 614
    Anonymous says:

    “POLL RESULTS:”
    Frack the poll results. What’s the outcome of the next
    Government Inquiry going to be? The investigation convened to determine, why no one appears to know for certain who (out of EU and UK) is passing which laws? With the ultimate intention of passing yet another law. That being: An institutional ignorance of who is passing laws is no excuse.

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  178. 616
    Bonnie Prince Rory Stewert says:

    I’m for the Middle Ground

    Like

  179. 619
    neitherdeadnoralive says:

    Isn’t it time Kevin Maguire started looking for a new career ? He called it for Clegg; AGAIN !!!!

    Like


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