April 5th, 2014

Saturday Seven Up

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  1. 1
    Non taxable pikey says:

    Lazy Saturday morning. Has Miller been nicked yet?

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  2. 2
    Grant Shapps says:

    David Cameron your defence of the criminal Maria Miller means you lose any credibility. Just grow a pair and sack the thief.

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    • 6
      George Osbornes best man 26 million quid richer after royal mail sell off says:

      And sack all those little mincers who rushed to sit around her for the 30 second farce

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      • 21
        Socialism is theft says:

        Note the massive difference in standards between the Tories and UKIP. They got rid of Bloom just for being politically incorrect and joking that a few colleagues were sluts.

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        • 23
          A deluded idiot says:

          Maria miller is innocent ok. Now do one coz its just a labour smear against someone who does Stirling work for the community and her government office.

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          • Vlad the Loudhailer says:

            So commiting fraud is OK when its the tax payer being ripped off. Is this a new Tory policy?

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          • C.O.Jones says:

            Her peers exonerated her – cross party as well. Therefore the Labour members that exonerated her thought it was all hunky dory as well.

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          • George Osbornes best man 26 million quid richer after royal mail sell off says:

            Nothing new about it , they have been doing it for years , and not just the troies
            at the last count Labour lead the convict league by about six to one

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          • Me says:

            Don’t MPs ever learn?

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      • 76
        The Tories are as bad if nor worse than the Socialists says:

        Didn’t that look ridiculous as the Tory Whips told them to scuttle along and show support for their crooked thieving minister.

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        • 93
          Madame Defarge says:

          Crooks of a feather hang together.

          Let’s hope.

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        • 214
          Hugh Janus says:

          The entire H of C is a sickening cesspit of hubris, thieving and ineptitude. The Mother of Parliaments has become a sick and very expensive laughing-stock. Problem is, these turkeys like it the way it is.

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        • 238
          Well, not at all actually says:

          They are all macho men. all men of high ethical standing.
          Like Sir George Young who claimed £127,159 between 2001 and 2008 for his flat in Victoria, within walking distance of the House of Commons. There’s a man who can be totally trusted, yes?
          Or Hunt, who had to repay £9,500 for thievingfiddling. Another high minded individual, yes?

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      • 146
        Oliver says:

        The whole Fagin’s gang need to be identified and named publically.

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        • 345
          The Old Codger says:

          The parties would not do that because their chosen ones might not get elected in marginal constituencies, especially if there is a UKipper standing

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    • 11
      Hod do you solve a problem like...? says:

      MARIA:

      I feel pretty,
      Oh, so pretty
      That the city should give me its key.
      A committee
      Should be organized to honor me.

      GIRLS:

      La la la la . . .

      (Westminster – sorry – West Side Story)

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    • 58
      bergen says:

      Cameron’s made a catastrophic error of judgment over Miller. When she had her minion to threaten the Telegraph over Leveson, she should have known that all the papers would rally around one of their own. They are not going to back off.

      She’s become the Jackie Smith of this administration and so long as she’s in office she ‘ll be proof that Cameron condones crookedness. He’s got no sense at all.

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      • 70
        Tosser Dave says:

        The thieving bitch helped me get bumsex marriage legalised — my triumph — my legacy — I owe her an enormous debt of gratitude.

        The fact that I am a totally spineless weak bastard is irrelevant

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        • 90
          I love Dave says:

          You’ll always be special to me Dave.

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        • 98
          rick says:

          Dave’s “proudest achievement” in office was to increase the amount of tax payer’ money he gives away to third world dictators in the way of “aid”

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          • What's Dave on? says:

            If only.

            Dave had to borrow £11 billion to give away.

            A complete wanker.

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          • Muffled voice from padded room in Currrrrcudeee Lunatic for Lunatics and Moral Defectives says:

            It’s tha’ Right Thing tae dee!!!

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          • Village Idiot says:

            …Correct me if I am wrong,but I seem to remember T.Blair saying his finest hour was introducing the New Human Rights thingy?

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      • 487
        David Cameron (the one with the tight circle) says:

        Appointing Maria Miller was not an error of judgment on my part. I did it to prove that women are trouble-makers and to justify stuffing my cabinet with my Eton bum-chums.

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    • 102
      The Old Codger says:

      WOT Dusty Miller does not figure in the top 7 what’s up Geedes, oh forgot she’s one of Dave’s.

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    • 118
      Pride comes before a Fall says:

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      • 175
        Trumpet blowing Watch says:

        It might have been an achievement if it was his own money not OURS. Also as it is borrowed with interest, what will be the total cost?

        Finally, after four years we could do with a cost benefit analysis, what are the results of OUR largesse?

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        • 266
          The Old Todger says:

          I have no problem giving aid to people in foreign lands as long as it goes and is made use of by people that actually need it, NOT to governments who like Dave indulge in glory projects

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          • Why should the State be my Charity overseer? says:

            I do.

            If I want to give to charity then I do it to the charity of my choice and the amount that I wish to give. I strongly object to the State forcing me to donate an amount to a recipient of its choice by way of compulsory taxation.

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          • Geraldo says:

            My standard response to chuggers — “you will have to apply to Gordon Brown, since he has taken all my money.”

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        • 292
          Madness watch says:

          Why the fuck do we borrow money to give away to other countries when they vould borrow it themselves ?

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          • Vlad the Loudhailer says:

            Every billion pounds means the average income tax payer has to find £33.00 and that equates to 3 hours work for free. So Cameron has just given away an additional 30 hours of free work for everyone in the UK.

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    • 408
      That's Abbott's Job Chuka says:

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      • 514
        Ghost of Martin Luther King says:

        Cherry Bliar’s family has already made more than enough from Legal Aid.

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      • 574
        Hogan-Howe says:

        Why have these people not been arrested for rioting by the Downing Street police? It’s obvious that they have been verbally abusing the police, and so should be banged up. What’s more is that there is not a single white person among them, obviously racists.

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      • 603
        Diry Hands says:

        ….Chukka is the whitest of them,and he is not doing the heavy lifting,prefering to let a black man do the work!….Nice one Chukka!

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  3. 3
    Michael Gove says:

    Posh Boy Cameron telling people to “leave it” is a patronising lecture I’ll ignore.

    I half expected Deluded Dave to follow his guff with a scream that Moneybags Miller isn’t worth it.

    But she must not get away with this expenses scam – and he’s as bad as her by defending the indefensible.

    I know why he’s doing it – she’s a Tory. And one of the few Con women in his macho man ConDem Cabinet.

    But by putting his arm around one of his own he is sticking two fingers up to taxpayers. And expenses remain a nuclear issue with the hard-working public.

    Miller’s insistence that she made a mistake is undermined by her blocking the inquiry.

    In the real world letting her repay £5,800 instead of £45,000 looks as if she’s being treated with kid gloves.

    One rule for us and another for a Cabinet Minister will further dent confidence in Westminster.

    I’ve watched the Downing Street bunker blind Cameron to reality. And in protecting Miller, he shows the judgment of a King Canute.

    Silver-spoon Cameron may believe he was born to rule. But once again he demonstrates he isn’t very good at governing.

    And once again he puts a fellow Tory before country or, indeed, principle.

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    • 7
      George Osbornes best man 26 million quid richer after royal mail sell off says:

      Try defrauding the inland revenue of £45,000 and you would expect a good prison sentence

      Do as you are told little people

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    • 10
      M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

      She has got away with it, though. So squeal away…

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      • 12
        C.O.Jones says:

        You can start wars in this country by lying to the HoC and public and get away with it (and the deaths of a few hundred British squadies) but oh dear a troughing MP.

        Troughing MP, that’s unusual.

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      • 109
        The Old Codger says:

        That’s Dave Boy’s attitude entirely, what are you lot lot of riff-raff going to do about it?

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      • 239
        The whole incident is damaging Daves cred no end says:

        I don’t think that she will get away with it.
        I hope not.

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    • 26
      Anonymous says:

      I did not bother to read you’re rant as you conveniently put “posh boy” at the front. Only low educated, ignorant fuckwits like you can see bad in good grooming and fucking etiquette.

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      • 35
        Anonymous says:

        “your”

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      • 41
        Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

        Excuse me old chap, what is the Tory etiquette to f…… ?
        Is it still phone up a rent boy or do you get male visitors drunk and stick your hands down their trousers ??
        Tally ho !!!

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      • 181
        Anonymous says:

        As a Geordie I’m as far from ‘posh’ as you’ll get – I don’t give a rats arsehole if you’re posh or not – it’s about whether you’re a decent human being or a scumbag.

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        • 212
          The Jacob says:

          Forthright speech there, and no mistake. I always feel a bond with the common man, the sort that would go over the top in the trenches. Whither to return….

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    • 349
      The Old Codger says:

      I might be interesting to see if Dusty is in your glorious soar away Sun tomorrow

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      Free Publicity from the BBC says:

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  4. 4
    Lynton Crosby says:

    Maria Miller seems to obfuscate, dodge, sly, avoid and scheme. Cameron seems to think these are qualities

    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/apr/04/maria-miller-threatened-watchdog-in-attempt-to-limit-investigation

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    • 150
      Oliver says:

      That would be because he had been brought up to be a sly little weasel.

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    • 218
      The Jacob's Butler, a good egg says:

      Well compared to Little George’s first class rail claims and escape or his recent friends turnover in Mail shares, what’s a few tens of thousands or even millions. Judgement impaired here for unknown reasons, miller should be doing the paper round up on Sky at 11.30 by now with that unspeakable beast Jacqui Smith.

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    • 414
      Does Dave tell Gags? says:

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      • 428
        The ghost of the 1st victim of Marxism says:

        This is UKIP Policy stupid…….God you people ate so stupid…..

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      • 430
        Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

        Can we now discuss mass uncontrolled immigration without being attacked by Labour, Unite and their assorted groups of misfits and Establishment lackeys ?
        Can we now refute the undemocratic power of the EU without being attacked by Labour, Unite and their assorted groups of misfits and Establishment lackeys ?

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        Freedom says:

        So, you will disband the UAF?

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  5. 5
    Owen Jones says:

    The Tory Trolls seem to be out in force this morning !

    PM can’t brush Miller story under the carpet http://bit.ly/1qbEjt1

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    • 27
      Anonymous says:

      Why not she has been cleared and will not end up like the 9 labour MPs who were jailed

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      • 182
        Ratfur Luhman says:

        This witch-hunt is not only racist, but a breach of her Luhman rights. While she may be part swine and therefore untouchable (the nostrils give her away), I proclaim solidarity with my sister-in-arms on this one.

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        • 240
          Maria (not yet sitting inside a black Maria) says:

          I am not a witch.
          I may look and behave like a witch, but I am not a fully paid up member of the Witches Federation (unless I have said so in my Expense Claims sheet, in which case I am a fully paid up member).

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  6. 8
    Dave Cameron says:

    Woohoo Maria said sorry, chillax guys, let me get on with being busy doing f*ck all for this country.

    Things I could do but won’t include:

    1. Sacking said Mrs Miller on the spot.
    2. Shafting the rise of UKIP by announcing a straight in/out referendum Jan 2015
    3. Launch a range of policies to control immigration and incentives to get people off benefit and into work, including real incentives to employers instead of limited “ringfenced” funds
    4. Cancel HS2 because it’s a waste of money and instead tell BT to get off its fat arse and get FTTC in every location by end 2016.
    5. Initiate a pay freeze for MPs, introduce the right of recall and cap expenses at 5K no exceptions…and you live in one house not two, like the people you represent mostly.
    6. Drop VAT back to 15%

    But no, I’m busy doing nothing, working the whole day through.
    Thanks plebs!

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  7. 9
    C.O.Jones says:

    Why is everyone so upset with Maria Miller? She has been exonerated by her peers.

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    • 32
      Mind bleach says:

      We should apply the sear test

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    • 37
      Anonymous says:

      Mejia want her scalp over the implementation of Leveson which they don’t like. So expect everything to be embellished and twisted.
      E.G. today’s Telegraph recording was in response to her elderly parents being aggressively door stepped. Michael P’rick was bothering her children only yesterday.

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      • 59
        Grow up, you cunt says:

        That’s awful news.

        Those poor, poor people.

        It’s not as if we have been paying for their accommodation for years.

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      • 131
        Londoner says:

        The whole Miller family of parasites should stop suckling on the taxpayers’ teat. if Miller doesn’t like people saying that about hter family, all she has to do is quit parliament and make an honest living in some other manner.

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          Ratfur Luhman says:

          Species-ist! Do you imply that leeches and other bloodsuckers embracing a parasitical lifestyle are somehow inferior to your perception of normality? This is an outrage. Next thing we know, you’ll be calling for the extermination of any and all vectors of disease.

          We are no longer living in the 19th century. Get over it.

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          • A Harmful Runt says:

            We are indeed reliving the 16th century.

            We should start by finding out if she’s a floater.

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  8. 13
    Peter Bone says:

    I’d like to know exactly how one steals 46k by mistake. Details please!

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  9. 15
    Iain Duncan Smith says:

    Miller aide “flagged up” Leveson? Yerright. Like Putin “flagged up” Crimea. Subtle, eh ?

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  10. 16
    Guardian of the people says:

    “Maria Miller threatened watchdog in attempt to limit investigation.
    Culture minister accused independent parliamentary standards watchdog of acting contrary to the law”

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  11. 18
    Laundry Attendant says:

    Cameron protects Maria Miller, oddly, he hung Andrew Mitchell out to dry when he was fitted up.

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    • 25
      Socialism is theft says:

      Because she is one of the token women in govenment. And we are told we must have more women in government no matter how corrupt they are.

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        Butch Dave, Ex PR man says:

        And because she merely stole money via house-flipping, which many of us have done including the Speaker, whereas he was accused of something which rang embarrassingly true of we Eton boys’ perceived attitude to you plebs.

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  12. 19
    Cheeky Chappie says:

    There will never be another.

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  13. 22
    Dislike button says:

    Geedoughs Facebook page is so last year

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  14. 29
    Scaffolders Knee Wrencher says:

    Hopefully this should settle the £45K question…

    http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1968/60/crossheading/definition-of-theft

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  15. 33
    Swanny says:

    Meanwhile the indigenous White Brits (who Cameron refuses to admit actually exist, it’s easier to work toward the genocide of a people when you say they don’t really exist anyway) are living in poverty and relying on foodbanks.

    Never fear though, you might be living in poverty, you might be barely managing pay check to pay check, you might be struggling to put food on your kids plates or keep a roof over your head but you can sleep easy at night knowing your money is helping India build a new aircraft carrier or be put towards their space program or help some grinning African warlord buy a new gun.

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  16. 34
    Spoonface says:

    I rather like those smart chaps and gals dancing for Kimmee Jhon Eel – we can get chaps doing that for me – take their minds off redundancy.

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  17. 40
    Swanny says:

    Lets just leave it there — says numptie Cameron — wouldn’t say that about a desperate mother pinching food for her kids would he ??? – an ABSOLUTE W@@KER———

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  18. 42
    Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

    Don’t forget that Miller increased the mortgage on the property for twice what she paid for it and gave the bill for the additional interest to the tax payer.

    This is what Blair did with his constituency house and then of course shredded his expenses.

    In private industry this would have been resolved in a few days and then she would have been asked to clear her desk along with who ever approved her expenses

    If there were no issues with her expenses why did she feel the need to hire a QC

    The gutless Cameron now has two expenses thieves in his cabinet

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  19. 43
    bit.ly says:

    Miller has a house in Basingstoke. Train around 40-50 minutes from Waterloo. She doesn’t live in Inverness or the Shetland Isles.

    I support the idea that all MPs within 2 hours travel should not qualify for the housing support.

    And if they are claiming more than one bedroom, well ..

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  20. 44
    bit.ly says:

    Anyone who goes to these lengths to subvert an investigation is bound to raise suspicions of guilt. If she was innocent, she would have welcomed the investigation to clear her name.

    I listened to Cameron tell the camera, talking about the reduced amount demanded by the Committee on Standards, that the committee was manned by independents.

    What he didn’t say was that of the committee of ten, 6 are independents appointed by the prime minister, 3 are mps appointed by the prime minister and a chair.

    I don’t think Cameron understands integrity.

    “The Committee is currently formed of 10 people – in addition to the Chair there are three political members appointed by the Prime Minister on the recommendation of the leaders of the Labour Party, the Conservative Party and the Liberal Democrat Party and six independents appointed by the Prime Minister”

    http://www.public-standards.gov.uk/about-us/members

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  21. 45
    Maria Miller's SPAD says:

    If David Cameron continues to support Maria Miller I will not support the party he leads. Bad error of judgement by him.

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    • 48
      M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

      I’m sure he’ll have sleepless nights at the thought.

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        Maria Miller's SPAD is correct in his statements says:

        I would suggest that a great many people will agree with 45 Maria Miller’s SPAD.
        It is a poor error of judgement.

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    • 53
      Cameron's not so bad says:

      Wonga
      Bedroom Tax
      Andy Coulson
      Rebekah Brooks
      Food Banks
      Raisa
      Leon Brittan
      Peter Morrison
      HS2
      Osborne’s paddock scam
      Children left in the pub
      43 Government U-turns
      Minimum alcohol pricing
      Anthony Bamford
      Adrian Beecroft
      Michael Spencer
      Lord Green
      Cigarette packaging & Lynton Crosby
      Fracking & Lynton Crosby
      Peter Cruddas
      Lying under oath at Leveson
      Racist Vans
      The promotion of Esther McVey
      Escalating government debt
      Royal Mail selloff price scandal
      Support for Maria Miller

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      • 55
        albacore says:

        Don’t knock Dave – he ain’t arf going great guns
        All his fake Tory bums have got the runs
        As a recruiting sergeant for UKIP
        He’s given even Miliband the slip

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      • 80
        Nasty party conservatives says:

        …And the demonising and terrorising of the sick and disabled,which I never thought I would see in Great Britain,by, the really nasty party!…I refer to genuine sick and disabled!

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      • 113
        SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        Why should anybody give a shit if Cameron left his kid in a pub?

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        Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

        Racist vans ??????

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    • 136
      Never again says:

      I wasn’t going to support them anyway. Cameron lost my vote many months ago.

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  22. 47
    UKIP or bust says:

    Another pub closes.

    Quick pull it down, don’t want to leave any trace of what British culture used to be like, you know like places where people could meet and talk (discuss things) in convivial surroundings.

    I know what, lets put up an af rican church, according to the telly last night we’ve only got about 150 in SE14.

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  23. 49
    bit.ly says:

    This woman’s attitude is unbelievable! You would think that she was the one who had been wronged, not the taxpayer!
    But what should we expect from anybody from this political party. The nasty party in both actions and words!
    Please, good people of Basingstoke, don’t let her get away with this, vote her out at the next general election!

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    P l e b says:

    This woman’s attitude is unbelievable! You would think that she was the one who had been wronged, not the taxpayer!
    But what should we expect from anybody from this political party. The nasty party in both actions and words!
    Please, good people of Basingstoke, don’t let her get away with this, vote her out at the next general election!

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    • 280
      The Old Todger says:

      She is one of Dave Boy’s chosen ones, that appeal will be strongly contested, she might get away with it scot free

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  25. 52
    Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

    These welfare spongers are the best the Conservatives, Labour and Liberals can come up with.
    Silver spoon, golden hello and platinum pension.
    You vote for them so you’re to blame.

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  26. 56
    Lag says:

    The ladies at HMP New Hall would love to greet her into their world

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    • 138
      Dickens says:

      Wherever she goes, there should be no remission, no day trips, no congenial tapestry classes and other bunkumm masqerading as ‘rehabilitation’. The minister for propagandizing multiculti equality bullshit should break rocks.

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  27. 60
    Fed up Joe Public & all voting UKIP ORG says:

    Meanwhile if your looking for some real Blue Blood Entertainment tonight
    why not pop along to:- TONY DISCO Saturday, 5th April 2014
    TONY DISCO provides your Entertainment at The Conservati
    Basingstoke Con*servative Club,
    Bou*nty Road, Basingstoke, RG*21 3*DD.

    No doubt you will have the chance to ask the local Tory Chair person what
    are his/her views are on the ethics of the sitting MP Maria Miller & does
    everyone still have full confidence in her ??

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    Member of a hardworking family says:

    An ex-manager of mine was not only fired but ended up serving two years for defrauding local government of “expenses” somewhat less than Miller’s so graciously offered to repay.

    As the judge said at the time, he had abused a position of trust and stolen from the public purse, so even with a clean record and early guilty plea a custodial sentence was inevitable.

    Of course he was a mere local government officer, not an Honourable Member of the Mother of Parliaments with a seat at the cabinet table

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    • 69
      Dirtbox Dave - queen of the homos says:

      Sounds a ghastly fellow – actually having to work for a living. Not my type at all.

      Clearly deserved everything he got.

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    • 329
      Hackles....UP ! says:

      ‘Ex-manager of mine’ grrrrrrr, lashes out and kicks you hard in the goolies. Twat

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  29. 64
    George Osbornes best man 26 million quid richer after royal mail sell off says:

    Notice how quiet MP’s of all parties are on condemning Miller
    That’s because the majority of them also do this
    Lets vote Nigel in , and give him a go
    On condition that he sets up a proper investigation into the previous administrations over the last 20 or so years affairs , with a promise of prosecutions for anyone found guilty
    No more 10% paybacks or half hearted apologies , lets have some real serious prison time and asset strip the families of these thieving fuckers who have all knowingly profited from US the tax payers
    Lets get back to a one size fits all legal system

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  30. 66
    A sarcastic bastard says:

    It says a lot about Empty Dave’s leadership, when he won’t sack this spiv, indeed he backs her.

    We are run by the Eton Mafia, the Old Boys network. We need a rich version of Benefits Street. We could call it, ‘Life in the House of Commons’.

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  31. 67
    MARIA (pocket filler)MILLER says:

    It’s totally disgusting letting these Chinese investors
    Buy property that they never even live in , only to sell them on at huge profits

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  32. 68
    MP Clone Factory says:

    Another one exactly like her is waiting as a replacement.

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  33. 71
    Village Idiot says:

    …..When will politicians “Do the right thing”, as is determined by normal,caring,truthful behaviour?……Are they so blinded by greed that they are incapable of seeing how bad this looks?……What happened to chivalry,honesty,integrity,duty and patriotic passion?…Things seemingly lacking in our political class….
    Once upon a time ,in a land far,far away in the mists of time gone by,politicians would use “The pearl handled revolver”,sadly,no more: …And ,Maria.”What example does this show to the youth of the day”?
    …..Begone,i say,you are now tarnished trash,at the heart of government,a position once considered a privilege,brought into disrepute once again..Go

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  34. 72
    Fed up Joe Public & all voting UKIP ORG says:

    Meanwhile our troughing mendacious manipulating MPs are still
    defecating on the electors @ every opportuntity BUT they are
    under the delussional disorder the Electors are going to continue
    to Vote them back in……

    Oh dear they are in for a real shock !!!!!

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  35. 73
    UKIP 4 ALL says:

    A recorded open threat to an investigating journalist in order to try and silence him by intimidation? The bent liberal regime does not even bother to hide its corruption anymore, this is the reality of the bent liberal regime looking after one of its own. Equality under the law, the basic contract between our elected representatives and us has been broken, we didnt break it they did and they must suffer the consequences.

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  36. 74
    Serious answers please says:

    Why can’t we find a very rich patriot who is prepared to financially back private prosecutions against these people?

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    • 82
      Channel Island Chap says:

      Most like to keep their money offshore – just ask Cameron.

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    • 91
      Vote Tallyban says:

      A waste of money — a fucking judge awarded compensation to a triple murderer this week because of minor injuries the cnut suffered in prison — the judiciary are all part of the corrupt PC liberal elite.

      We need some riots, and lynch a few thieving M.P.s. That’s going to be the only way to get the message across to them.

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    • 115
      Ah! I know who says:

      Guido via Sunlight. Subscribe.

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    • 149
      Uncle Joe says:

      You English amuse me. Why bother with this “legal process”?

      Here’s a helpful suggestion. Set the date for her execution and then have the trial the day before. I was a compassionate communist and hated having the guilty party have too long to ponder their death.

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  37. 77
    Screwed Taxpayer says:

    Dave — Get the message — THIS WOMAN HAS GOT TO BE SACKED

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  38. 79
    But there aren't any Roma in the audience Jose says:

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  39. 81
    M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

    There’s an anti-Dave sockpuppet going hysterical this morning. Tedious.

    Like

  40. 83
    Peter Tapsell says:

    Denis McShane jailed for 12k expense errors.Maria Miller is let off 35k,an arrogant ‘apology’,a hug from Hunt,support from Cameron.Venal lot

    Like

    • 107
      Quelle surprise! says:

      MacShane was still let off.

      Like

    • 123
      Finger n till I get caught says:

      Just to remind you, if you use an ex Libour “goody” to compare with one of Camorons Conservatives then your just blowing in the wind, all these politicians are as and have been as bad as each other when caught with fingers rummaging about the till, changes are needed for all Palace of Westiminster employees, from the door knocker up to the PM, all expenses should be passed by the HMRC as all expenses for the rest of the plebs.

      Like

    • 256
      Tim Yeo-yo says:

      I suggest you check out what McShane did. Miller is a terrible cnut but she didn’t make up false receipts and do the criminal stuff like that cnut McShane did.

      Like

      • 283
        Village Idiot says:

        …No,but she accidently claimed £44,000 by mistake,and,to rectify her accidental oversight,she has been told to pay back £5,800….So, £38,200 of accidently claimed tax payers money,does not need to be paid back?…Is it me,or is there something really wrong with this,or,am I going mad??????

        Like

  41. 86
    DAVE (Bum Sex for Me) Cameron says:

    Dave can you just tell us again about how you fully supported those
    “Arab Spring” uprisings and how they have changed those countries for the better ?

    Like

    • 100
      Chillaxing Dave says:

      It doesn’t matter but it does show the Russians and the Chinese that our soft power projection can topple third world shithole countries in a heart beat.

      Vlad and Kim Jong-un must be shitting themselves.

      Like

  42. 87
    Cerberus says:

    Like

  43. 88
    Mark Menzies says:

    I want Cameron to make a full public apology over his defence of Maria Miller.

    Like

  44. 95
    BBC Champagne says:

    In the future our new poll tax should go down a treat with the plebs so remember to pay up or we’ll send the bailiffs round.

    Like

  45. 96
    somnambulist says:

    If you sacked all MPs, dug up Jimmy Savile and put his festering rotten corpse in charge, it probably would not be any worse.

    Like

  46. 97
    Brassed Off Joe Public says:

    For a really good laugh go to

    h**p://www.public-standards.gov.uk/

    you could not make it up with the so called standards this
    utter shower of mandacious manipulators claim they adher
    to when in truth its all about how much THEY can purloin from
    the public purse BUT if they cause some, what they call minor
    misdemeanor, all they need to do is apologise to the house
    after there fellow MPs have cleared them of any major crime.

    Its time we swept all of this shower of thieving shysters which
    now starts at the top of government, out of the door for good !!!

    Like

  47. 99
    Anonymous says:

    Cameron will be remembered as the Prime Minister who failed to clean up the pig sty.

    Like

  48. 101
    Labour candidate for Hornsey in 2014 Haringey Council Elections and a proud son of both Jamaica and says:

    Like

    • 103
      No...You are a dangerous ignoramus says:

      Actually. Dude. If you are not a vegetarian then there is absolutely nothing wrong in eating Pork these days. Hundreds of years ago there was a problem with worms and that is why the religious scribes of the day introduced the Health prohibition.

      Like

      • 147
        An awkward bastard says:

        If the parents pay full price for the meals then they should have a right to ask for dietary and religious requirements to be met.

        Like

        • 164
          Apple blossom says:

          Why do children get fed at school at all? Why can’t they all bring in sandwiches?

          Like

          • M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

            Yeah, bacon butties.

            Like

          • Common Sense says:

            If parents want. Or chicken sarnies or egg mayonasie. It is of no consequence. The point is, there is no need at all for any of these wrangles about diet. They only arise because the state intervenes in parenting.

            Like

      • 575
        Idon'tneednodoctor says:

        Is pork for the chop?

        Like

    • 127
      Girlyboy says:

      Adam would pee his pants if he had to debate with Mme Le Penn

      Like

      • 140
        Long John Silver's parrot says:

        Half the time she looks drunk to me or recovering from the night before.

        Her live interviews are invariably in the late afternoon/ early evening.

        French privacy laws mean that the people do not get a full picture of what she is really like.

        Like

    • 145
      Francois says:

      That’s why she’s so popular then?

      She forgot to remind them of the alternatives.
      Foie gras, frogs legs, snails and horse.

      Like

      • 159
        An awkward bastard says:

        Is she going to warn the parents in advance whenever there is pork on the menu so that they can make alternative arrangements or is she simply going to wade in to create a stink?

        Like

      • 162
        Pierre from Avignon says:

        She is not as universally liked as she and some others would have you believe.

        Like

        • 165
          The Voice of Reason says:

          Most pork products are impregnated with water and all sorts of chemicals to increase bulk and weight these days.

          Any sensible parent would avoid giving them to their children.

          Like

          • Bernie matthews says:

            Pork is obviously relatively cheap.

            Perhaps we could have it on the HOC canteen every day of the week.

            We are living in austere times and every little helps.

            Like

          • Gastro Fawkes says:

            I suspect there is less water in many French pork products.

            Like

          • local wind says:

            by all accounts theres a lot less porking going on in france these days

            Like

    • 228
      The Jacob's Butler, a good egg says:

      Needn’t arise if Gimmes didn’t expect everything on a plate, same as here, the comment was aimed at the mooz.

      Coming soon: schools to provide bed and full board due to the feckless spread.

      Like

    • 396
      Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

      Westminster and EU appeasers, including Adam Jobee, insist that the vast majority eat halal in schools and hospitals.
      Stupid, insulting, bigoted and dangerous.

      Like

      • 611
        You do not know who I am says:

        Public servants are there to provide a public service.

        If people want an alternative to pork or halal then the public servants should ensure that it is available.

        Like

  49. 104
    Maria Miller Conservative MP for Basingstoke. Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport and M says:

    Is this what Cameron meant by have a Government that would be whiter than white?

    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/apr/04/maria-miller-threatened-watchdog-in-attempt-to-limit-investigation

    Like

  50. 108
    Cross Hairs says:

    We will have to wait for the ‘Maria Memoirs’ to get answers!

    Why? Did ‘Call me a Plonker’ back her?
    What was the truth behind the Tories employing a senior figure in Downing Street (circumnavigating security checks), whilst in the employ of Murdoch?
    Why? Did the PM feel it necessary to have specialist ‘Coaching’ (Paid for by You my fellow Pleb) for his appearance at the Leveson investigation? LOL
    Is Political interference being levelled to delay the Leveson recommendation?
    And now we learn the Police are involved again?
    Lets hope this is included in their Performance Statistics quickly without any bribes being offered!

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  51. 111
    Pru Dent says:

    GIVE THE MONEY BACK MARIA.

    Like

  52. 114
    Pride comes before a Fall says:

    Like

    • 117
      We want Trade not Aid....Africa says:

      Dave it is not even money that Britain has. You had to go to the banks and borrow it from the future.

      Like

      • 122
        Dirtbox dave - queen of the homos says:

        Don’t be dreary, I won’t be around to have to pay it back.

        Quite the reverse. Some of the crooks I’ve given it to will be giving me a refund – personally. Just look how well Tony is doing.

        Anyway, I just don’t give a shit. I really don’t.

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    • 119
      Socialism is theft says:

      Since when did a country languishing with £1.3 trillion pounds of debt make Britain a rich country?

      Like

      • 142
        Athelstan says:

        It doesn’t. David Cameron is a lunatic. Nothing less. He is borrowing money to give it away to foreigners abroad, even while we are being invaded.

        Like

    • 137
      None of the above says:

      When UKIP start using the same type of tweet pushing out sh1t that the rest of the vile LibLabCons do, then, they are no better than the LibLabCons, so fckem because I won’t vote for UKIP now, I thought we had a breathe of fresh air with UKIP but all we have is the same sameness and another smell.

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      • 286
        Troll says:

        ..Oh, how you will be missed!

        Like

        • 325
          None of the above says:

          Will be around our way, they are trying to get rid of Esther McVey, plus I can shout and talk to others and give them my spin, nothing like whispers from people they know, scratch scratch.

          Like

          • Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

            Enlighten us please. You won’t vote UKIP because they don’t like the Establishment Conservative Wing giving billions of pounds we haven’t got while millions of Britons are struggling.
            Where’s your conscience ??

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          • None of the above says:

            Can you read!, The tweet above is just playing like the LibLabCon do, I thought UKIP who I was going to vote for had put a different slant on things
            they haven’t , they are just another political party, so after voting UKIP last time ,I won’t this time , Esther McVey is total rubbish and is the MP for my area, hanging on to a low poll, she won’t get in again if I can help it, I haven’t got a fkin clue where you got your billions from or where I say UKIP don’t like Camoron and his cons.

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          • Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

            The message is about austerity for Britons while increasing foreign aid. I agree with the message that British tax receipts should protect the needs of Britons. The Establishment Conservative Wing are overspending by £1,200,000,000 a year which is then given away to foreign governments, the undemocratic EU and paying for mass immigration in to the UK.
            For you to ignore the message in the tweet while attacking the messenger doesn’t make sense unless you didn’t really support UKIP and you agree with Tories putting British needs last.
            I hope I have simplified my view enough for you to understand.

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    • 398
      Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

      How much of my innocent children’s debt, given to foreign politicians, will be returned to The Russell Group and Oxbridge in private education fees ??
      Back scratching all round.

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  53. 116
    Brassed Off Joe Public says:

    This is Question to E-Mail your local TORY MP

    “Do you fully support Maria Miller MP for BASINGSTOKE”
    And IF so Why ??

    All MP’s answers will be published in the public domain……..

    Like

  54. 120
    SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

    Look this is a storm in a teacup, Maria Miller is a fine constituency MP, who has the full backing of her parliamentary colleagues, she has apologised and repaid any overpayment ,we must put this unfortunate incident behind us and move on ,lessons have been learned , it is time we addressed the real issues facing the country such as continued EU membership and climate change SO THERE!!!

    Like

    • 189
      Ratfur Luhman says:

      Couldn’t agree more. Would you like £50,000 to set up a youth-club for people who wear tea-towels on their heads?

      Like

      • 190
        SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        Yes ,stuffed into brown envelopes

        Like

        • 199
          Ratfur Luhman says:

          No need to specify that — all payments come in brown envelopes, no receipt needed. Just remember your benefactor when the time comes.

          Like

      • 197
        Labour says:

        50 grand? Chickenfeed.

        We wasted vastly more sums on nonsense like giving away ice cream to muslim youths as part of the ‘Prevent’ programme.

        Like

        • 205
          SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          That ,my friend is only the first installment ….a mere goodwill gesture!!!!

          Like

          • Ratfur Luhman says:

            Quite right, Size 14! Let me know about any ideas you have for community outreach and celebrating diversity. Canary Wharf (just over there) has created a money jacuzzi, arf arf.

            Like

          • SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            I was thinking of setting up charity for alienated misguided Afro Caribbean yoots,they will benefit from a few weeks in the sun,……………………….. and then I’ll piss off with the funds!!

            Like

          • Ratfur Luhman says:

            Forget it, and forget the youth-club too. Pissing off with the funds is my gig.

            Like

  55. 124
    UKIP or bust says:

    Just think if goofy ed wasn’t doing so badly, and with not an idea of how to change things in his pompous big head, we probably wouldn’t have so many angry lefties trying to use this odious woman’s theft as a way of clawing back some voters.

    ed’s spin machine says:

    labour wimin (lots of them) good, tory women (few of them and those there are are crooked) bad.

    Like

  56. 126
    m'Lud Prezza of Scoff, Hull and Damnation, LieBore Apologist, commenting on ishoos says:

    That milla bird’s stuck up int she never could stand stuck up birds could always get em grovelling tho soon as I touched em in that place where i touches em all the same they are slaves to it mind you i’m a tit man meself but any port in a storm as we saylers say and me wiv no a levorls and look where it got me

    PHWOOOOAR!!!!!!! look at the tits on that goin past!!! I’M GOIN OUT FOR A WADDLE

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  57. 130
    Ah! nip crime in the bud says:

    A nine-month-old boy has appeared in a Pakistan court charged with attempted murder after being arrested with his father and other relatives.
    Baby Mohammad Musa is accused of throwing rocks at gas company officials in the working-class Ahata Thanedaran neighbourhood on February 1.

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  58. 132
    Ah! nip it in the bud says:

    Ah! nip crime in the bud says:
    Your comment is awaiting moderation.
    April 5, 2014 at 10:29 am
    A nine-month-old boy has appeared in a P*****n court charged with attempted murder after being arrested with his father and other relatives.
    Baby Mohammad Musa is accused of throwing rocks at gas company officials in the working-class Ahata Thanedaran neighbourhood on February 1.

    Like

  59. 151
    Fed up Joe Public & all voting UKIP ORG says:

    REMEMBER October 1993 Canadian General Election when the ruling
    Progressive Conservative Party went from 156 seats before the
    election down to JUST 2 seats afterwards a loss of 98+% ………!!!!!!

    Using the same % results @ next General Election for
    Conservative Party with currently 303 seats & would mean
    only SIX seats for them in the next Parliament & they would
    ALL just fit into one Taxi…..

    We can always trust CMDD to exceed our lowest expectations
    with his misguided out of touch, arrogant leadership & along
    with Milliedrip this something they both excell at………

    Its time for real change, not more of the same from these
    two last century dinosaurs who should have been culled many
    years ago…..

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    • 158
      Lummy says:

      Fine in theory, but only desirable if the Labour Party is similarly emasculated. What is needed is some means to split Labour into three or four warring factions.

      Like

      • 200
        UKIP or bust says:

        Many ‘real’ labour voters will be voting for UKIP, it’s the visitors and postal votes that will save their, erm, bacon; and there is sweet FA you can do about that, who ever you vote for.

        Like

        • 206
          Mugabe says:

          We need to post monitors at polling stations to ensure there are free and fair elections

          Like

          • Afghan Election Monitor, no postal votes allowed says:

            Pleas we be coming soon because we know how to ruin, mean run, free election like America wants. We available for good grant and free house and wonderful benefit because we cannot then go back to shithole.

            Like

        • 211
          Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

          Applied for a postal vote a couple of days ago and its very very easy

          1. Simple form to fill in

          2. You can apply for a postal vote for 5 years

          3. No proof of identity needed

          4. You can have the postal vote sent anywhere in the world ( for 5 years)

          I googled postal vote corruption and the most telling article was in The New Statesman where they reported that Asian men were turning up with shoe boxes full of postal votes and they were accepted by the returning officer.

          I wrote to my MP regarding this and his reply made it quite clear that the situation may not improve before the next GE.

          Another Blair success story, Labour and the LibDems have no interest in changing this or boundary changes – welcome to our modern democracy

          A Banana Republic would be embarrassed

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          • Democracy Now says:

            Postal votes give an incumbent advantage. No MP can be trusted on this issue. They are stealing our democracy.

            Like

          • Why is Dr Liam Fox no longer our Defence Secretary says:

            I live abroad and dont bother with any of this postal vote nonsense.

            I just try to keep most of my money out of the UK in different places and pay as little UK tax as I can.

            Life is a lot better.

            Like

          • The tit in no. 10 with the all-enveloping strategy says:

            Postal votes are a vital part of my plan to steal hard-earned money from your pockets and use it to buy favour with corrupt governments of ‘third world’ countries which are far richer than the UK.
            Just think – if we scrapped postal voting then unemployment would spike in Lahore and I’d look just as stupid in their eyes as I already do in the UK.

            I will always support postal voting, it is a vital part of the UK’s enriched culture – vital for keeping native Britons enslaved, vital for keeping them under control and, most importantly, vital to the inflated pension which my controllers have promised they will so generously provide for me.

            Remember you’re all in (the sh)it together.

            Toodle pip !

            Like

          • Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

            The Tories are just as bad as Labour and the LibDems.
            A postal vote is a vote for the Establishment, whichever way it goes.

            Like

    • 401
      Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

      I drive a TX4. Only seats 5.
      Vote UKIP

      Like

  60. 153
    Adolf says:

    ” I’m sorry “

    Like

  61. 156
    Sir J Savile says:

    err…

    Like

  62. 161
    Cross Hairs says:

    When Cameron is protecting tea leafs in his party like Maria Miller his speech falls on deaf ears am I will not vote for him

    Like

    • 170
      Eugene McCarthy says:

      I would like to carry out a taxpayer spot check on all Cameron’s expense claims since entering Parliament.

      Like

      • 196
        Eugene McCarthy says:

        . . . and while I am at it, check Hootsmon McJobbies expenses and the expenses of a certain Sleazy grinning peace envoy.

        Like

  63. 173
    Sir J Savile says:

    I was not alone

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  64. 179
    Anonymous says:

    How is it MP’s can’t overturn an independent review into their pay which says they should get a 11% pay rise? Yet MP’s can over turn an independent review that says ̶M̶i̶l̶l̶e̶r̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶ ̶r̶o̶t̶t̶e̶n̶ ̶t̶h̶i̶e̶f̶ a MP should repay a specific amount?

    Like

  65. 185
    Trumpet blowing Watch says:

    Stupid bitch Alibi Brown on Dateline London BBC News, it’s like a socialist love in.

    Like

    • 187
      Common Sense says:

      Don’t feed the beast. Don’t listen to the BBC.

      Like

    • 252
      A tramp says:

      Appalling woman.
      Likes the sound of her own voice,raving a load of shite about Farage, and talking over the other guests who were clearly better informed and better bred.

      Like

    • 288
      Beirut Times says:

      A token moozie in this day and age

      Difficult role to play

      The jihadis have kweered the pitch

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  66. 188
    Len will not be moved says:

    It’s my favourite programme, not lie, I can understand much, like, but good words like socialist and the rich are music to my ears….and will soon be to Bell End Ed when I catch up with the nerd.

    Like

  67. 201
    alb1on says:

    The more I hear about this the more it sounds like the Venal Vaz case of 2001 (obstructing investigations, trying to intimidate officials). I would like to see them both dumped by their parties but if the Vaz case is anything to go by we are stuck with Miller for another 13 years.

    Like

  68. 204
    Maria Miller says:

    Have I resigned yet?

    Like

  69. 209
    nigels parachute says:

    I cannot describe my strong dislike of ms miller

    I remember her in the gay marriage debates as being very condescending

    Like

  70. 229
  71. 234
    Afghan Election Monitor, no postal votes allowed says:

    Pleas we need. House, grant, benefit for ten children, family of one hundred and life in west away from shithole. Talib@n no like us so we claim @sylum. Pleas.

    Like

  72. 243
    The Tit in No 10 says:

    Bravo!!! – they tell me the May Elections will be a one horse race.

    Like

  73. 244
    Looter Ruffman says:

    Can I count your postal votes? Sorry, I mean can I count on your vote?

    Like

  74. 245
    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    I hope she hangs on for a while longer

    Just to cause as much damage to Cameron as possible

    Before he finally has to bow to the inevitable and sack her

    Leaving his own reputation damaged for backing her

    Like

    • 248
      Blowing Whistles says:

      I am with you on that. the longer she stays its not going to go away.

      bring it on Camboy…with everyday I will post up more dodgy and downright illegal practise that your party of business people have been up ot.

      everyone check out this site.

      http://www.socialinvestigations.blogspot.co.uk

      see if your mp is on that list…make a cuppa beforehand, its a long bloody list.

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    • 249
      I agree with Nick says:

      Adopting centre left progressive policies are really paying off for Cameron.
      He barely won the last election against a complete mong and now looks set to lose against the mongs retarded assistant in 2015.
      Keep up the good work.

      Like

      • 258
        I agree with no one says:

        Yes, twatting the living daylights out of the poor and sick certainly is ‘centre-left’.

        Like

    • 273
      None of the above says:

      The problem is Mousey, like Mandy she will return from the dead, like him she is her parties street cleaner and toilet cleaner and will do anything asked to stay at the trough.

      Like

    • 488
      Anonymous says:

      What needs to happen is, if he hasn’t done so already, Nige needs to call for Dave to sack her. Dave wouldn’t want to be seen to be being influenced by Nige. Might help to max out the damage!

      Like

  75. 247
    Gordoomed says:

    Isn’t it ironic. Brown bankrupted the country but has managed to make himself a ton of money since being kicked out of office.

    Like

  76. 251
    Andrew Efiong says:

    Virtually everybody knew, prior to the last election , that the Tories were not fit to be in charge of the country and subsequently they were stopped from getting a majority. However, nobody thought that Clegg would betray his own party and the country to such an extent by joining up with them.!
    Therefore, thanks to Clegg , we now see ,what we all knew all along, that these people are simply not fit to be in charge of the country and to have any power over us, all that is except Clegg the man who betrayed his own party and all of the country !

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    • 263
      Tim Yeo-yo says:

      So what you’re saying is they’re all a bunch of cnuts?

      Like

    • 274
      None of the above says:

      No choice it was Broon or bust, some of the country wanted Broon and the rest wanted bust much cheaper and thought at the time could do less damage, seems all the voters were wrong, Broon and bust turned out to be clones and following on is more clones.

      Like

      • 433
        Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

        The UK isn’t Clegg’s country. Clegg is a citizen of the EU pariah state.

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  77. 259
    Maude Francis says:

    Surely even the blinkered Thatcher loving Pink Rinse Brigade who put this lot in must see them for what they are ?

    I’d be interested to see how “Honest” Nick Clegg puts a positive spin on this one although he’s probably too busy trying to cover Cable’s sorry arse over the Royal Mail sell out

    Like

    • 277
      None of the above says:

      Clegg wouldn’t know how to put a positive spin on anything, he would have to be reprogrammed at EU headquarters.

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  78. 260
  79. 261
    Nigella Fromage says:

    Maria Miller’s apology was not only brief but was wholly insincere because she honestly believes that she hasn’t done anything wrong. Apart from attempting to limit (unsuccessfully I hope) the political damage, David Cameron’s support is completely unsurprising. This is a man (Eton, Oxford, Conservative Party apparatchik, top job in a media company, MP, Leader of Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition, Prime Minister) who talks disparagingly of ‘people who have a sense of entitlement’ without a trace of any irony. What did you expect?

    Like

    • 275
      Dirtbox Dave - queen of the homos says:

      Irony is for the little people.

      Like

    • 290
      Bit disappointed says:

      …..I expected a patriotic,Britain loving,decent,harsh but fair,honest,truthful ,duty driven,competent conservative party,……but I did not get one!

      Like

  80. 262
    I want Nigella says:

    to give me a soapy tit wank.

    Like

  81. 265
    Gaye Mann says:

    Police Officers are reviewing comments posted on Facebook on Saturday night in which South Lakes Wild Animal Park owner David Gill states: “I’m sorry, but watching the news tonight made me sick…the end is certainly nigh… when nature is twisted and society accepts totally abnormal and anti natural behaviours in humans….

    “Am I on my own feeling so disgusted at same sex marriage?”

    A Cumbria Police spokesman said: “Officers are looking into the comments Mr Gill has made on Facebook.”

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  82. 267
    Porksword says:

    Far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen said on Friday it would prevent schools from offering non-pork alternatives to Muslim pupils in the 11 towns it won in local elections, saying such arrangements were contrary to France’s secular values.
    France’s republic has a strict secular tradition enforceable by law, but faith-related demands have risen in recent years, especially from the country’s five-million-strong Muslim minority, the largest in Europe.
    ‘We will not accept any religious demands in school menus,’ Le Pen told RTL radio. ‘There is no reason for religion to enter the public sphere, that’s the law.’

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    • 300
      Maqboul says:

      You tell ‘em Marine! No-one bows to the cultural or religious ways of immigrants more than Britain does. Unfortunately, we don’t have any truly patriotic politicians in our country to care about us – so I’m glad to see that Marine Le Pen is fighting for the rights of the indigenous French people in her own country.

      Like

  83. 271
    Ratshootin' says:

    What’s the difference between Ronnie Biggs and Maria Miller?
    ?
    ?
    ?
    ?
    ?
    Ronnie was merely in the getaway car.

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  84. 276
    A resident of Ealing says:

    Now Clegg has joined Cameron in urging us to all forget Maria Miller and move on.

    They just do not get it.

    When the summer temperatures reach 28 degrees plus and there is another Maria Miller moment make sure you are out of the country.

    Like

    • 436
      Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

      Are you a member of Ealing’s millionaire or welfare dependent Labour Wing ?

      Like

  85. 279
    Fed up Joe Public & all voting UKIP ORG says:

    How long before Marie Miller plays the Magaret Moran Card
    once CMDD gets the next round of polling results from
    Ashcroft to see how much further damage he has created to
    the now very tarnished Tory brand by sticking his head in the
    sand hoping it will all evaporate as well as confirming they
    are still the nasty party after last weekends forced deportation
    of a young lady from her family, but in the meantime thugs who
    murder, rapists, muggers & all of the worlds dross are welcomed
    with open arms & provided for…

    However in the end CMDD decides to cut the embilcal cord & Marie Miller
    decides to spend more time with her family. The Old Bill confirm
    there is a case to answer in Court when former Culture Secretary
    will put on an Oscar performance in court & supported by helpful
    statements by members of the Medical Profession, that she is unfit
    to plead.

    Of course this will do the very tarnished & tatty Tory brand the world
    of good IF it happens in the lead up to the G.E. which it will then be kept
    in the spotlight of the public domain & help the electors to decide on
    (un)suitability of the tarnished, tatty & seedy Tory brand.

    Of course CMDD should be thanked for helping this to fester in every
    way he possible. The one thing he is incapalable of providing is clear
    leadership based on truthful practices something he has never heard of….
    but being the Heir to Bliar its well suited to him…..

    That does not mean or imply that Milliedrip has any qualities what so ever
    ever to lead OUR country except further into the cesspit aka ZanuLieLabor
    something they excel at……

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  86. 291
    Nigel Evans says:

    I’ve passed under the radar

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  87. 294
    Groobie says:

    Doesn’t anybody have anything decent at all to say about this bedeviled wretch of a woman?
    ..
    Surely she must have some extenuating trait, anything at all?
    ..
    Is it not true that we are all to some extent, in our deportment, in the things we would like to have done and did not, or the things we did but ought not – lonely, fallacious creatures?
    ..
    Do you not, in this sad, sorry existence of hers and our own see some common thread, some unique human likeness by which we are all made and moulded?
    ..
    No?
    ..
    OK. Off with her head!
    ..
    Next one please!

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    • 297
      C O (Ξ7n) says:

      One good thing about Maria Miller:

      Unlike H’arriet H’arman, Maria has never supported p’edophile’s or suggested the age of consent be lowered to 4 years.

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      • 302
        Tory Spin Watch says:

        So that’s OK. She can steal as much as she likes, can she? She also didn’t sing badly in the Eurovision Song Contest. Maybe she should nick another few thousand just for that.

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        • 319
          C O (Ξ7n) says:

          It is not Ok, but if Labour wish to lead some sort of moral crusade they really should get their own house of ill repute in order first.

          Like

          • None of the above says:

            If labour want to do that, you are right. As it happens, many more people are sick up to the back teeth with this thievery than just the Labour party.

            I for one would like all the current political parties to be banned from standing for elections for five years as they are clearly criminal conspiracies set up to provide impunity for their members’ crimes.

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          • C O (Ξ7n) says:

            Removing the temptation of the self regulated open cookie jar that MP expenses has become is a better immediate move.

            Fairly certain it is only a small minority who seriously abuse (after the last Labour admin that is) but the reputational damage it does affects all of them.

            Also clouds the much bigger abuse going on in the EU daily.

            If it means more votes for UKIP that is fine: If UKIP get into power these abuses cleared today can be pursued later subject to statute of limitations.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Mark this one and the comments. There are others out there who have suffered far worse than the woman in the article. And all because of people being so politically fucking correct they darent speak out.

            Rac.ism of course is the undercurrent …

            http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2597387/The-granny-branded-racist-judge-traveller-living-green-belt-land-justice-turned-head.html

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          • C O (Ξ7n) says:

            Sounds like the ones making the complaints might have got the idea that the old woman was complaining to the council.

            Likely false. Sensible route is that if any of this sort turn up on land nearby, treat them as hostile and initiate police action first against them. After she called the first time about the cat for example, contact the police and report that the gentleman had been quite rude and menacing in his conduct, putting her in a state of fear.

            By today’s rules, he would have no credibility nor any family eyewiteness. A caution would likely be recorded, and if there were any reprisals just continue to report. Defenceless elderly lady living alone in state of fear trumps allegations of rac!sm depending on which one gets the claim in first.

            Sneaky, but if this is not done you are open as the woman found herself to be to the flip side.

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          • A sensible precaution says:

            She should have bought a flame thrower.

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          • C O (Ξ7n) says:

            That is standard protocol over on the continent for dealing with such folk.

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        • 320
          Podiceps says:

          She didn’t sing well either, so add another two years to her sentence.

          Like

      • 316
        A painter says:

        Has this woman got any culture?

        Or is she just another admirer of Lady Gaga’s arse and Justin Bieber’s dick?

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  88. 298
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    the greens are to commended for their desire to nurture those species we haven’t exterminated by our chemical warfare. In the awareness of humans of sharing the beautiful planet with other spirits in different form there is the beginnings of an understanding of a plan.

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    • 301
      the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

      within these thoughts are ideas of friendliness, words for example “embracing, giving”.
      In an awareness of the global can be construed 2 ways depending on your nature.
      If you are a distrustful spirit then you will look for aggressive power by violence and if you are a trusting person you will look for friendly sharing of resources.

      HTH

      x

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      • 324
        the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

        in today’s complicated world people’s allegiances are also complicated.
        In the search to simplify I consider patriotism to be important because of my debt to my parents who did make me.
        next to that is a love of the nature and all the little creepy crawlies and the bigger animals who it may be possible to communicate with.
        Then the third thing I have written is all the religious and spiritual ideas that I have come across.
        and fourth is anybody who was in my area of work and thinking artist types
        I will protect them all in that order

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    • 315
      None of the above says:

      Thought the greens wanted us to live in caves, the greens are destroying what they say they want to nurture, the next problem in this country is vast amounts of trees dying of diseases because of them being overgrown with all sorts of crap and not looked after anymore or trimmed or anything, because the tree huggers won’t let the councils touch them.

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      • 354
        Curious says:

        Too true; forests used to be cleared of the sick/lame/lazy trees to allow the remainder to grow straight and tall. The cleared trees were called thinnings and used to make newspaper, egg boxes, paper bags etc; now they are left to rot and breed disease thanks to the eco-biffs.

        latest Eco fuck-up; importing wood from USA to burn at Drax – how the fuck is cutting down trees, shipping them across the Atlantic, shipping them by road and burning them better than coal?

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        • 423
          C O (Ξ7n) says:

          Especially when the price of coal has gone down.

          The other day some mong on BBC was blaming GBP rate and low coal price for coal mines closing.

          Killing local demand by DRAX and the other coal burning plants which were closed down obviously did not figure in the retarded BBC report.

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

            closing viable coal pits for short term impressions of gain never seemed sensible and doesn’t look sensible now. consider the value of self sufficiency in production, better to be safe than sorry eh ? if there was happening to be a war in Europe we would be fucking finished in 2 weeks because we are reliant on imports for our existence, does that sound like a plan ?

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  89. 299
    Sally B. says:

    THEY’RE OFF!

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    • 303
      the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

      apparently it will be one of tidal bay, long run, hunt ball or teaforthree

      Like

  90. 306
    Maria Miller says:

    Je ne regret rien

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    • 318
      The British taxpayer says:

      Good idea. Practice your French, love.

      You are no longer welcome in this country.

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  91. 311
    Fruitbat says:

    Let no-one be in any doubt at whose door this ongoing scandal lies…Clegg!

    He, and his party’s refusal to back an inquiry into Hunt’s misconduct over News International has shown the Tories that, even with a minority of MPs, there will be no real censorship of their wrongdoings….Cameron knows that pressure for Miller’s dismissal will not come from inside parliament; only from outside…At the moment he is sure that he can ‘weather the storm’…

    It is up to the media to ensure the stormy weather goes from gale force to hurricane to ensure this odious woman has to go

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  92. 314
    Lord Scalded bollock says:

    If Maria Miller’s second home in Basingstoke is now the one she claims against, how is it possible for her to rack up £1889 of utility expenses in 2012-13. Doesnt that amount of gas/elec consumption suggest she is living their full time ? And if so, why is the taxpayer funding a home she lives on a non-temporary basis? Can anyone explain that. Does she leave the oven, central heating and lights on all year in Basingstoke?

    See allowances section on her web site. http://www.mariamiller.co.uk

    As some excellent letters in today’s Guardian point out, it is a disgusting injustice to penalise people (many disabled) who have a second or spare room paid for by the taxpayer, yet to also subsidise completely the costs of the second home of an MP who in Miller’s situation appear to be living in it full time.

    Those arguing for the bedroom tax justify it on the basis of its fairness to those living in overcrowded accommodation who need extra space.

    The expenses policy of subsidising MPs “second” homes and the condoning of the minister who has frequently abused it blows apart the Tories fairness argument in favour of the bedroom tax.

    The only positive that may come out of this sorry saga is that it may place greater pressure on them to ditch this sorry and unfair tax whilst further exposing the disgraceful “them and us” expenses policy enjoyed by MPs

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    • 323
      C O (Ξ7n) says:

      She could be running a gro-Op out of that location: Perhaps worth informing the police.

      Like

    • 328
      Pookie snackenberger says:

      Millier, like many, many other MP’s on all sides of the House, is a con merchant, but

      There is no such thing as a ‘bedroom tax’.

      It’s a brain-dead socialist mantra.

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      • 338
        None of the above says:

        You are correct. But there was a spare bedroom subsidy: somethng which the country seems not to want to continue with. For some reason, MPs think they should be exempt and should be allowed a second home – when what they need would be a subsidy for a one room bedsit at most.

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    • 337
      John Tandy says:

      Good point!

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  93. 330
    Cat Watch says:

    Has anyone seen Larry or Freya lately ?

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  94. 333
    nigels parachute says:

    The furore will die down and she will still have the money

    No reputation but the money

    She may think it’s worth it

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  95. 335
    "You're out of the game" says:

    Sweden: Immigration Critics Get Home Visits From Thought Police

    “Sweden will be a third world nation in about 15 years”

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    • 536
      Swdish "justice" is a rancid tankful of pure shit says:

      Yup, indeed, especially if they continue to lock parents up for 12 months for disciplining their misbehaving kids – who are now left parentless for the duration.

      Like

  96. 336
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    for example why are NHS glasses frames so crap ?
    if you are going to make something make to the best of your ability. I always did that. to do inbuilt redundancy doesn’t really make sense considering the planet and wottnot

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  97. 339
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    as the time approaches when human occupancy of the planet is unsustainable individual humans might consider, Where was my allegiance? did i fuck up some part of the planet so that I could have a good time ?
    Will there be a judgement.
    somebody said
    There is capitalism in the land of spirits.
    If you were perhaps a very good person and gave monies to charity you might exist for 2 minutes after you die, if you were a racialist scoundrel who never gave any money to charity you might exist for 10 seconds after you die. If you were a person who devoted all of his life to helping others then you might exist for 30 minutes after you die, If you are a person who understands and who is just inherently good then you may have the opportunity to escape.

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    • 342
      The Archbishop of Putney says:

      Save the fairy stories for the kiddies. This is an adult blog.

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      • 346
        the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

        It is interesting that you use the expression fairy stories.
        Where do you think fairy stories come from ?
        Why do you think Irish believe in curses ?
        I think you need to open your mind

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    • 344
      cut of the cards says:

      When mother nature decides the human race is finished, it’s finished, even your money or your god or being good or evil won’t matter.

      Like

      • 422
        BlueVision says:

        Indeed as George Carlin said ‘this Planet will shake us of, like a flea on a dogs back’. That is what will happen. I was given a body to encapsulate my being on this Planet, after that, I really hope that there is something better. Because, believe me, all the so called people who deem to control my life and expect me to pay for water that falls from the sky, and natural resources to keep warm and feed myself, Asda, Tesco, and all the rest, they must realise one thing, along with Politicians, the Queen and all the other so called powers above us. We are all human, the earth gave us these minerals, whether we use them to our advantage, or not, that is not evil, we use what is available to us.

        The war that is being fought now is actually financial and the power grab of mineral reserves, that is why we are no longer cannon fodder. Our troops in the Midddle East were, and indeed are no more than underpaid mercenaries, to protect the mineral rights for ridiculous human beings that think that is really important to complete happiness. At what cost to the innocent population. F them all.

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        • 499
          the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

          you are on the way there to “understanding” the problem is that those bastards the muslims are ahead of us in thinking that way but from a stupid starting position

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  98. 340
    Podiceps says:

    Bored Romanians swing old lady around for fun

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  99. 351
    Maria Miller Conservative MP for Basingstoke. Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport and M says:

    Fuck right off .

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  100. 352
    Lord Scalded Bollock says:

    Quis custodiet….. Who guards the guardians
    The UK – one of only three countries in the world without a written constitution,.
    And therefore (unlike the United States) Britain has no constitutional guarantee of press freedom.
    politicians are clearly riding roughshod over public welfare whilst keeping their own noses firmly in the trough, and simultaneously defending and/or concealing their own behaviours – and this can’t be allowed to go on.
    Vile, bullying Miller and her equally odious special advisor, are quite possibly just the (very visible) tip of this iceberg.
    We British have always been proud of our collective sense of fairness and belief in democratic rights.
    As far as I can see, we’re now all going to hell in a handcart

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    • 358
      Pookie snackenberger says:

      Yes, and Alan Partridge, Hugh Grunt, Asimin Alibaba Brown and all the other fellow travelers will help get our press well and truly gagged.

      Like

      • 541
        Mrs Worthington says:

        You are of course aware that in Malay slang a ‘pookie’ is a reference to a lady’s front bottom bits. Your little list describes the situation perfectly.

        Like

    • 457
      The ghost of the 1st victim of Marxism says:

      Our Constitution is our collective sense of fairness and democratic rights.

      Like

  101. 353
    David Cameron says:

    Chiilaxing…

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  102. 355
    Zero Hours EU Troll says:

    A true Tory. A heart of stone, empty blackness behind the eyes, no compassion, prepared to lie at any cost, greedy, self-aggrandising, talentless, bullying and soulless.

    In short, corrupt-to-the-core.

    Nice one Maria, for reminding everyone why not to vote Tory or Lib Dem at the 2015 GE.

    It’s appreciated.

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  103. 357
    Reuters says:

    A Chinese ship searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane in the southern Indian Ocean has picked up a signal from David Cameron’s brain, Chinese media say.

    They say the signal has a frequency of 37.5kHz – the same as those emitted by previous prime ministers.

    Like

  104. 360
    Nigella Fromage says:

    ‘Eat pork or go hungry': France’s National Front leader tells school canteens to stop offering religious alternatives to Muslim children.

    Like

  105. 361
    She's toast says:

    “Grant Shapps says there is nowhere else for the matter to go”

    Like

  106. 362
    i love the liblabcon says:

    Was shocked to see the UKIP vermin canvassing in the village today. Never seen politicos on the village streets before – Poppy Day collectors yes, but no SWP or that sort of thing. Anyway I told the stupid raycist extremists to p*ss off back to Ow-Switch, and to take it easy in case their pacemakers seized up.

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    • 448
      Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

      Hampstead and Highgate aren’t real villages.
      They’re enclaves for small minded rich retarded anti British bigots.

      Like

      • 542
        Mrs Worthington says:

        … and contain not one multi-hued family within 5 miles (or should that be kilometres?)

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  107. 363
    SpUd says:

    “Maria has obviously been having quite a lot of editors’ meetings around Leveson at the moment. So I’m just going to flag up that connection for you to think about.”

    Like

    • 368
      Freedom says:

      Well, I have thought about it and would just like to flag up that her career is finished.

      Like

    • 538
      Minute taker in the corner says:

      Indeed – and 99% of the editors consulted told her in no uncertain terms to fuck right off with her police state bollocks.

      Like

  108. 364
    nigels parachute says:

    Dave is now in a lose lose situation

    He keeps her and this drags on and on our she is resigned and his judgement looks suspect

    Like

    • 367
      Voter says:

      That is a problem of his own making.

      Any reasonably morally literate person who is tuned in with the public’s instincts on these isues could have told him how badly this was going to play with the public.

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    • 374
      C O (Ξ7n) says:

      Cameron’s judgement has been looking suspect for a while now. This only reinforces that view.

      Like

      • 385
        Where is my right of recall? says:

        Even if we were to accept an excuse such as that he is a busy man and didn’t himself spot this coming, it is remarkable that he doesn’t seem to have people around him able to give him an adequate heads up on this. It’s almost as if the rest of the cabinet wanted to see Miller end up dangling in the wind.

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        • 421
          C O (Ξ7n) says:

          The rest of the cabinet are perhaps as irritated as the electorate at how this has played out so far. It is after all their seats which will be affected.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            are you perhaps referring to something like this from yesterday …?

            Blowing Whistles says:
            April 4, 2014 at 9:22 pm
            p.s. As written of previously – The Qu.een ‘only acts upon the advice of her ministers’ [proven in writing from her press officers] so to the Miller –
            Ministers have become immune from being prosecuted [That was Bliars doing for multiple reaosons and instigated by his friends and fiends from the legal underworld]
            N.B. Huneh – was nicked for an offence he comitted prior to his ‘being elevated’ to a position of ‘minister’.
            Democracy – i know fucking otherwise.

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          • C O (Ξ7n) says:

            Something like that: + Take your point.

            What will be off for the cabinet members is that they, and other members of party, will likely be getting it in the neck from their constituents, not to mention the bad publicity.

            For some the apparent double standard with M!tchell will be difficult to reconcile.

            It will be interesting to see what happens the police. For them the M!tchell case will likely influence how they proceed.

            May not blow over too easily, but then what Labour are doing is putting out a lot of agitprop which serves their agenda and people are falling for it.

            Cameron should draw a line under this with some decisive measures. Miller should be sacked from the cabinet for at best incompetence with her claims, and the full £45k should be repaid.

            The next Parliament is likely to hold it members to higher standards of accountability and could be of a mind to prosecute previous members for apparent crimes committed whilst in office.

            If Cameron was wise he may realize this and act accordingly – starting the clean up process sooner. He is a still a young man and could yet spend time behind bars himself, if only to set an example of what is not acceptable in public life.

            Time will tell, but things are changing fairly quickly right now.

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          • Mrs Worthington says:

            ….”The next Parliament is likely etc etc…”

            You really are a good comedian. Have you thought about going on the stage?

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  109. 366
    The simple sword of truth and the trusty shield of British fair play says:

    David Cameron is a man of principles.
    Unfortunately I’m not sure what those principles are. He promised to clean up politics. So far he has not amended existing legislation so that Peers who have been jailed lose their titles. David Laws breaks the rules and is brought back into the Cabinet. Maria Miller is obstructive of an investigation and is not fired. Promises of bringing in legislation allowing for the recall of errant MPs have been forgotten about. I’d hate to see what happened if he said he wanted corrupt politics

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    • 540
      Mrs Worthington says:

      See above: “The next Parliament is likely…. etc” ^^^

      The joke is on us mate.

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  110. 370
    Edward Elizabeth Hitler says:

    Once again, we are being forced to witness the laughable spectacle that is Cameron unable to make a decision.

    Already he has given her his full backing, however, As more revelations inevitably come out, he will sit on his hands & hope it all goes, before, in about 3 weeks being forced into sacking her.

    A weak & spineless clown who is way out of his depth.

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  111. 372
    A Brixton Rioter says:

    Steal six bottles of water (£4 ? ) go to prison as an example . Steal £ 5 800 – 45 000 , apologise . Scum .

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  112. 376
    Podiceps says:

    Cameron’s backtracking has started already according to Sky News

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    • 379
      C O (Ξ7n) says:

      Reverse ferret will show belatedly good judgement, but increase the focus on his dunce cap.

      Like

  113. 378
    David Cameron talking about the 2011 riots says:

    We have seen some of the worst cases of greed, irresponsibility and entitlement. The restoration of responsibility has to cut right across our society.

    Irresponsibility. Selfishness……

    Crime without punishment. Rights without responsibilities…….

    Some of the worst aspects of human nature tolerated, indulged – sometimes even incentivised – by a state and its agencies that in parts have become literally de-moralised… People showing indifference to right and wrong. People with a twisted moral code. People with a complete absence of self-restraint.

    Reward without effort.

    Now I know as soon as I use words like ‘behaviour’ and ‘moral’ people will say – what gives politicians the right to lecture us? Of course we’re not perfect. But politicians shying away from speaking the truth about behaviour, about morality. This has actually helped to cause the social problems we see around us.

    So do we have the determination to confront all this and turn it around? I have the very strong sense that the responsible majority of people in this country not only have that determination; they are crying out for their government to act upon it. And I can assure you, I will not be found wanting

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  114. 380
    Maria Miller Conservative MP for Basingstoke. Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport and M says:

    Cameron to put a cap on number of immigrants entering UK

    Good idea. Then they won’t get the sun in their eyes whilst picking strawberries

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    • 395
      Can't stand the aroma of corruption says:

      .. or whilst picking pockets. Must look after your own eh ?

      Like

  115. 381
    Where is my right of recall? says:

    The thing about Dave is that he doesn’t seem to realise that he himself has demonstrated that we no longer need him. There is no legilsative programme for the coming year or two worth speaking about. Nothing for him to hang around for. The man is dispensible.

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    • 545
      Guess who I am, serfs says:

      Yes, that is just what he told me too, so I have no need to get all dressed up and make that boring journey to Westminster any more. I think I’ll just pop off to Balmoral for a month or two.

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  116. 383
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    I am not sure that people have properly twigged that Chinese mentality is quite different to British mentality

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    • 386
      Away on Business says:

      I find, all generalisations aside, the Chinese are very similar to the British.

      Like

      • 489
        the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

        you are correct in what you say in the idea of the person that is contained in self.
        The difference i would put forward is “hey have more understanding of “self”

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        • 493
          Away on business says:

          You are impertinent in your assumptions.

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

            A society that would elevate a person to hero because of his power of mental concentration must be regarded as advanced

            Like

          • Nebuchadnezzar says:

            Are you one of them ultra advanced ancient aliens we keep hearing about on the telly? I met some of them, you know!

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  117. 384
    Afghan Election Monitor, no postal votes allowed says:

    John Mann Esq MP is an unusual animal, a man with a conscience and belief in right and wrong.

    We need another 649 like this man. Perhaps 150?

    Showing no fear when dealing with Rupe, this MP is the only one prepared to come to the cameras and declare his outrage. The remaining weasels are not worth the ink of your cross.

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    • 394
      Pick litter for bennies says:

      Please send to Mr Mann the Tony Blair dossier for him to investigate.Circa a quarter of a million people died,not one of them fiddling expenses.

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  118. 387
    Ban all postal votes says:

    The Miller’s Tale is indeed a yarn to behold. Amazing how the required standards could be so overlooked.

    It is the manner of a crook when caught who then attacks the inquisitors http is so very worrying. Who else would she take on. Clearly not the gays.

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    • 389
      Ban all postal votes says:

      It is sad to see that the only thing preventing the banker arch bishop from going down the brown canal with the C of E is the effect on the Africa can churches, ie death squads.

      Of course it would be nothing to do with England. How silly would that be.

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    • 429
      Abigail Hulton says:

      Ah! Chaucer, and perchance Byron, two men I would love to have a beer with.

      Like

    • 459
      G says:

      quod she, and clapte the window to

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  119. 388
    8illy Bummington says:

    I do like my Saturday seven up at the weekend.

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  120. 391
    Maria Miller's SPAD says:

    Full Time

    Match ends, Chelsea 3, Stoke City 0.

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  121. 397
    Guy News Room says:

    Maria Miller row: Cameron faces Guido Fawkes in a fish slapping contest.

    http://goo.gl/2a9ddx

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  122. 403
    Grant"The Cheeky Chappie" Shapps says:

    David Cameron,if you want to continue as PM perhaps delivering a P45 to Maria Miller would be a good idea.

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    • 406
      The electorate says:

      It comes to them all.

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      • 426
        Chuka ( you can call me Harrison ) Urmunneyaround says:

        Didn’t the form ask you to tick the boxes for gender, sexuality, ethnicity and religion ?

        Like

      • 455
        Blowing Whistles says:

        i wonder if blair managed to get Bircham Dyson Bell to shred all the faxes they received in the run up to the Hutton inquiry?

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  123. 404
    Fabians are evil says:

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  124. 405
    The Tosser in No. 10 says:

    What would The Master do in my situation?

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    • 547
      and so say all of us says:

      Take a bottle of his best whisky and a loaded revolver into the back parlour… You know the rest.

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  125. 411
    Certificates for What? says:

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    • 435
      Who Are These People? says:

      The Labour party, brainwashing our children since 1997.

      Like

    • 549
      and so say all of us says:

      The girls wearing sandals should be disqualified as they failed to do their own shoe laces up properly before leaving home.

      Nice watch…..

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  126. 412
    Daddy? says:

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    • 413
      Diana says:

      So what is a “Peer Mediator” ? Sounds very Soviet East German.

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      • 434
        Who Are These People? says:

        ttp://www.nspcc.org.uk/inform/publications/downloads/peermediationintheuk_wdf48055.pdf

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          It's an EU mind control Diktat says:

          It’s an EU Diktat
          Which explains why Dave is rushing out a new law that Parents and Guardians must love their children, show love and prove they love them or the state will send them to prison.

          “This guide is part of the UK’s contribution to a two-year European project1 on
          mediation in schools funded by the Daphne-EU programme to combat violence
          against children, young people and women.”

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          • Enough is enough says:

            And what has this got to do with the single market?

            The EU has taken over from national governments in all areas.

            This is certainly not the Common Market I voted Yes all those years ago.

            We are being deceived on a large scale by Westminster these days when most legislation is actually EU lead and Westminster is introducing it as their own before the EU issues orders and gives the game away.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Ahh yes the old chestnut of EU-doublespeak … Preach the direct opposite of what you practice.

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          • As mentioned earlier up there ^^^ says:

            Already implemented in full in Sweden and gold plated so the fucking idiots in their so-called justice department can lock up parents for disciplining their misbehaving kids – leaving them parentless for the duration. Coming to a school near you soon.

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    • 431
      Abigail Hulton says:

      Seriously, what Planet do these idiots live on? Is it that everyone around them finds them so wonderful, they are pathetic, really, really pathetic. Where on this bloody Planet would these types be acceptable? I mean really it is a bloody insult.

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    • 564
      numerologist says:

      Latest pics from the harem grooming market?

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  127. 425
    Paddy Power says:

    She is definitely a gonna now that anonymous Senior Cabinet Minister has spoken to the Telegraph.

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  128. 440
    "Thrasher" Mitchell says:

    Lynch mob for Miller assembling in tomorrow’s Sundays. Mail on Sunday poll says 80% want her to go from Cabinet & Commons” ………….. Good

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  129. 445
    Maria Miller Conservative MP for Basingstoke. Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport and M says:

    What me resign ?

    fw.to/e5HNSWj

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    • 447
      The electorate says:

      Whether you resign before or after you go to prison is of less interest to most people than you might think.

      Like

    • 463
      The tit in no. 10 who has staked his pension on foreign aids says:

      Bi-election soon, then.

      
      
      

      What ? Surely you weren’t expecting a straight one?

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  130. 451
  131. 452
    Go Now says:

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  132. 454
    tara says:

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  133. 460
    So true says:

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  134. 467
    Hogwarts Bukkake says:

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  135. 467
  136. 470
    Prime Minister"The Dunce Of Downing Street" Cameron says:

    Labour MPs and expenses:

    Elliot Morley: Jailed.

    David Chaytor: Jailed.

    Jim Devine: Jailed.

    Eric IIIsley: Jailed.

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  137. 472
    Brillo says:

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    • 520
      Fed up Joe Public & all voting UKIP ORG says:

      Thanks to the arrogant, out of touch, mendacious manipulation by this
      Eton Bullington Toff & his dysfunctional self serving lieutenants, has guaranteed
      that Nigels “Peoples Army” will have the authority to ensure this rotten corrupt
      Political Establishment are all swept from office in the G.E. with the over whelming
      power of Public Opinion, backing UKIP People’s Army all of the way something
      that ConsLieLaborlebDims Oligarchs are so contemptuous of in everyway.

      Cameron your time is up !! the People Army are going to take OUR country back
      from the cesspit you & your ilk have reduced it to.

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      • 571
        Where's my right of recall? says:

        UKIP also need to cut the Labour Party down to size.

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        • 610
          You do not know who I am says:

          I wonder what will happen when Fromage wins the Euro Elections alongside Le Pen.

          Will anyone resign ?

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  138. 474
    Department for Culture Media & Sport Hacker says:

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  139. 475
    Couldn't have happened to a nicer person says:

    Rogue tweets poking fun at under-fire Culture Secretary Maria Miller were posted on an official government Twitter feed on Saturday evening, after the account was hacked.

    Three tweets appeared on the Department for Culture, Media and Sport’s feed and were quickly deleted, but not before they were shared on social media.

    The MP has been ordered to repay £5,800 in over-claimed mortgage expenses.

    A spokeswoman for the department said it was investigating the hacking.

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  140. 478
    Oy Vey says:

    BBC News – Maria Miller row: Department’s Twitter feed hacked http://bbc.in/1jhVOF0

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  141. 479
    Department for Culture Media & Sport Hacker says:

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  142. 480
    Samuel Angus says:

    The Tory leadership is exactly where it was at the height of the expenses scandal – one great big cover-up and fudge – remember Cameron`s attitude and support for Julie Kirkbride!

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  143. 483
    More than slightly concerned. says:

    Cameron must go! Yes and the sooner the better. But – ALL those surrounding him are just as bad – morally corrupt career politicians totally lacking in any leadership. It looks as if the Tory Captain will sink his ship with everyone on board. People are not leaving the Tory Party, it is leaving them. Cameron and his cronies have finished the Tories off.

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    • 490
      History says:

      Cameron was a 19th Century solution to a 21st Century crisis in the provision of leadership

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  144. 485
    Boris says:

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  145. 486
    The Only Colour Is Black (Gay cock) Jack Dromey... says:

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  146. 497
    Will Dave Cave? says:

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  147. 498
    Bongo bongo Land says:

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    • 554
      I'm in the money.... says:

      Is Phil Redmond related to Phil Yorboots?

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    • 593
      David (I'm a Conservative, honest) Cameron says:

      The Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport has my full support.
      As you can see, she is fully in favour of EMU. Together we will renegotiate the UK’s membership of the EU while being totally in favour of the status quo. Who could ask for a better negotiating team ?

      (Some say I only fancy having my Eton chums in the cabinet but I’ve always had a soft spot for a woman who knows what’s good for her career and does what she’s told.)

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    • 598
      Portlandia says:

      Is there anything quite as pitiful as a group of white people in a place like Hull pretending the bongo drum is a legitimate instrument, let alone that they can actually play it?

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    Draw Bayonet says:

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    • 515
      Royal Watch says:

      Sooner or later a representative of the religion of peace is going to make a very large bang outside there.

      Good to remind everyone that the guards there are not really ceremonial.

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  149. 501
    Fabians are evil says:

    Hands up all those who have NEVER slipped something through on expenses?

    Like

    • 504
      Mr Smith says:

      The odd Taxi fare, but never a mortgage for me Mum and Dad.

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      • 607
        Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

        Miller re-mortgaged twice to increase her swindling out of the taxpayer’s purse.

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    • 507
      Dodgy D. Laws says:

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    • 517
      PAYE office prole says:

      *raises hand*

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    • 572
      Where's my right of recall? says:

      There is some difference between claims which test ambiguities (and the odd bit of arm-chancing regarding a bottle of wine on a restaurant bill on a business trip) – a matter between employee and employer usually – and the kind of strategic money-making scam which this woman has been indulging in at the expense of the public.

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  150. 502
    Chancey Cameron says:

    April is a tad late for pruning.

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  151. 505
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    people go to school and then they go to work and they meet some sexy thing they can talk to and make some babies together and they think. “THIS IS IT ” my babies is what it is about I am making a family and i am making a connection in reality between my ancestry and the unwritten future. But wait up there pal are you perhaps some idiot eastern european that shouldn’t be breeding ? do you have the license to be doing this breeding ?

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  152. 509
    5 English pounds to save scotland says:

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    • 512
      Podiceps says:

      Oh, you have made a difference. That’s two pints in the House of Commons bar, and we wouldn’t have had them if it hadn’t been for suckers like you.

      Like

      • 555
        I'm in the money.... says:

        The only difference the silly cow made was to reduce the available cash in her purse. Still, she’s Scotch so I suppose that was to expected.

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  153. 518
    nigels parachute says:

    The question is how much does miller want to survive this

    She doesnt strike me with enough guts to withstand this scrutiny

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  154. 519
    nigels parachute says:

    Sky news reorted earlier that dave did not mention the elephant in the room in his speech today

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  155. 521
    nigels parachute says:

    The press obviously despise her and its easy to see why

    If she does survive this, no one would have suffered more opprobrium and not let their job

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    • 570
      Where's my right of recall? says:

      It’s the public who matter. We don’t want her in Parliament. She is yet another reason not to vote Conservative.

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  156. 527
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    it should be possible with the technology available to enforce some kind of temporary sterilization on new immigrants ?

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    • 557
      I'm in the money.... says:

      We don’t require any new or old technology; all that is needed is a border force with some balls who know how to say: No, you can’t come in. Now go home/where you came from”.

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  157. 528
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    Power can be attained by hoarding of existing items of value or power can be created by invention of new items of value.

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  158. 529
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    I want to build a mental transportation device, my calculations are saying that a structure joining between Belgium and Angola will provide the required multiplication of mental thinking for experimental purposes and proof of concept. I will be requiring only several billion Euros in the initial stage thank you please

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  159. 530
    albacore says:

    Funny, ain’t it, how, with mass immigration
    Parliament seeks to replace the whole nation –
    The most heinous crime of this or any age
    Perpetrated openly, on centre stage –
    It’s a step too far for the traitors to take
    Ditching one of their own who’s been on the make

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  160. 531
    • 561
      albacore says:

      Davis is no more than yesterday’s man
      And still clinging to the LibLabCon clan
      Thieving, discredited traitors of old
      You can’t transmute excrement into gold

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    • 596
      Pookie snackenberger says:

      I don’t get it, round this neck of the woods we are flooded, and I mean flooded, with ladies and gents from the dark continent, moosie countries and beyond, what has that got to do with EU laws of free movement?

      Shurley they don’t get to tell us who we let in from elsewhere, do they?

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      • 609
        UKIP or Die says:

        It’s a bit basic that you don’t understand that the folk from the dark continent flood into the EU through its porous borders with the end goal of getting to your neck of the woods.
        Since they come in via the sanctified EU we can not turn them back.
        Please wake up.
        Our only salvation is to vote UKIP.

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  161. 533
    K G Britain says:

    If we want to organise gay sex parties in Manchester and take lots of photos then we will.

    Just shut up plebs or your kids will be invited next time.

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  162. 534
    Kevin Gay Britain says:

    Daily Male reveals Tory Gay sex parties p

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  163. 548
    This lady needs to be P.M says:

    Maria Miller for Prime Minister.

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  164. 553
    My position is untenable says:

    David Cameron:”We never forget. It’s YOUR money.” Maria Miller:”give or take the odd £45k.

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  165. 556
    Maria Miller's SPAD says:

    Hope residents of Suffolk Coastal remember in 2015 that their Tory MP defended Maria Miller http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-26897070

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  166. 558
    Lord Owen Jones of The Cottage says:

    EXCL: Yvette Cooper and Andy Burnham touted as ‘dream team’ to replace Ed: http://bit.ly/1idTxHR

    Like

    • 565
      Fishy says:

      That’ll be Cooper the house flipper (makes Miller look like an amateur) and Burnham who should have left public life after Stafford.

      Like

  167. 560
    numerologist says:

    462 – is this the magic number at which this blog always fucks up the sequencing numbers?

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  168. 567
    Michael Gove says:

    Prime Minister.you should have sacked Maria Miller. You said there was going to be a new way in politics. Very disappointed with you

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  169. 576
    Best done in private says:

    The trouble with the gay community is that there are too many among them with absolutely no sense of decorum. It seems to be an inherently crude and undignified lifestyle. Political parties with large numbers of active, ‘out’ and organised gays in them will never acquire the reputation for self-control, gravitas and style which is required to remain scandal-free for long in office.

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    • 589
      Duty Pedant says:

      The trouble with the gay community is that there are too many among them with absolutely no sense of decorum. It seems to be an inherently crude and undignified lifestyle. Political parties with large numbers of active, ‘out’ and organised gays in them will never acquire the reputation for self-control, gravitas and style which is required to remain scandal-free for long in office. there is no such thing as a ‘gay community’.

      Fixed it for you.

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      • 594
        The taxpayer says:

        Then you won’t mind if we end tax breaks and payments to gay organisations and ‘charities’ which claim there is such a thing.

        Like

      • 595
        Freedom says:

        You are Maria Miller’s SPAD and I claim my 45 thousand pounds.

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  170. 578
    Andrew Marr says:

    In any private company Maria Miller would be sacked for her misdemeanour. She should have gone days ago. Cameron looking bad here.

    Like

  171. 579
    P l e b says:

    The tories made all manner of cynically hollow promises in their 2010 manifesto, which they never had any real interest in honouring. Hence the manifesto’s mysterious subsequent disappearance. After seizing power, they set about inflicting an agenda of greed, lies and hatred upon a population left vulnerable and fearful as a consequence of the global capitalism crisis.

    I doubt very much that Cameron is losing much sleep over the fate of those who have suffered as a consequence of the Bullingdon Putsch of 2010. That will change next year, of course..

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  172. 583
    Apple pie says:

    I think miller should resign but what short memories
    Harmans still in position and crawled back under her rock seems nothing changes and labour get away with it again.

    Like

  173. 587
    Dave the Bellend says:

    I make the wrong call 100% of the time. It’s my PR training and my PPE degree. What’s not to like?

    Like

  174. 591
    Maria Miller Conservative MP for Basingstoke. Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport and M says:

    Is there one single decent Tory MP? Anyone?

    Like

  175. 592
    Grant"The Cheeky Chappie" Shapps says:

    Sherlock Homes smeared some Lemon Curd on his wife’s backside, It was Lemon Entry Dear Watson.

    Like

  176. 599


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