April 9th, 2014

WATCH: They’re Sorry, They’re Sorry, They’re So, So Sorry

Via Daily Politics

276 Comments

  1. 1
    Whoop says:

    Miller is not there because she ain’t sorry

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      Nick Clegg says:

      Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.

      Ho ho ho ho ho ho ho ho ho ho

      he he he he he he he he he he he

      Stop it I’m crying with laughter here.

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      • 8
        Tom The Voice says:

        I think Nick Clogg is sorry that he ever made that apology video.

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          Toxic Labour for Spongers, Parasites, Criminals, Green Nazis, Peedos and other Wasters says:

          Does anyone believe these supposed apologies. I expect everyone of them burst out laughing at the tax paying suckers when off camera. It’s time to divide the nation into tax payers and tax eaters. Tax eaters can then be ostracised unless they are retired or disabled.

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          • Vlad the Loudhailer says:

            Will the BBC do a sorry sequal with Jimmy Saville, Stuart Hall, Rolph Harris, Newsnight, Chris Patten et al.?

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          • Let me be very clear about this says:

            The only thing they’re sorry about is getting caught.

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        • 56
          Toby Belching-Felcher says:

          When are you due to be arrested?

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          • Anonymous says:

            The Timid Vikings of Reknaestuff:

            We’ve pillaged your village…

            Watch the you tube version.

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      • 54
        broderick crawford says:

        WHERE S BLAIR ??

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          nell says:

          Ah Bliar the war criminal! Now there’s an apology long overdue for hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians in I r a q dead and hundreds of our servicemen sent to war without proper equipment dead and disabled.

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    • 19
      The Miller Case is a Turning point says:

      What makes Miller’s case worse is that she is still not sorry, Dave thinks she has done nothing wrong and they intend bringing her back.

      A Total disregard and contempt for the people who elected them.

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        The Archbishop of Chipping Norton says:

        In a way, it is even worse than that. He doesn’t fear our wrath or want our respect or approval. That’s bad enough.

        But Dave doesn’t even have any self respect. There seems to be no innner voice telling him what is right or wrong. No morality. No sense of decorum.

        Who brought him up to be like this? He has all the potential to be a monster.

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    • 21
      Ed Twelvety Balls says:

      I’m sorry Ed is our leader and not me. He’s now insisting I learn to count to ten or he’ll replace me.

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    • 36
      Jimmy the fish says:

      Worth checking out the guardian. They’ve gone into total meltdown now, article after article by whingeing women or the pathetic men who write there going on and on about how wrong it is that there is one fewer (thieving) woman in government.

      We got by fine without a minister for women. Women got the vote and indeed we had a woman PM with no such Orwellian government post. Then harperson came on the scene and it was created for her. If CMD was a real conservative he would just abolish the creepy cabinet position of minister for women and concentrate on the economy, law and order, foreign policy, education etc rather than trying to placate idiotic feminists.

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      • 53
        jimbo says:

        Indeed, it’s a very disreputable rag these days that is nothing more than a type of twitter/ student campaigning group for poncey white middle class twats from islington who suffer from self-loathing. It makes no pretense to serious journalism.

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        • 67
          the wheel of fortune says:

          I thank fuck that I was brought up on a rough council estate in London, thus avoiding the possibility of becoming a phoney, middle class, plastic socialist.

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          • Scottish Chav says:

            but guardianistas love you … in a very platonic, arms length sort of a way. They love the idea of you but would rather you stay away from them in case you lower the property values or frighten little Jaquista.

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          • The Growler says:

            I bet you knew a real Dell Boy during your incarceration there.

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      • 117
        White rabbit says:

        Ludicrous wimmin debate on 5 live the other day about women soldiers denied frontline combat. Dangerous indulged fucking nonsense.

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        • 241
          RSM Tuffguy says:

          Eight “really ‘ard” wimmin tried to pass the basic infantry officer test for the US marines. Guess what? Every single one of them failed. Quelle surprise…

          Stupid wimmin who want to join the army should join the cookery corps.

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      • 242
        Dirtbox Dave - queen of the homos says:

        You are going to love my strategy after my triumph in the forthcoming European elections.

        I am going to create the following new Cabinet posts:

        Minister for Lesbians
        Minister for Gays
        Minister for Bisexuals
        Minister for Transgender
        Minister for Intersex
        Minister for Questioning
        Minister for Asexuals

        And people say I’m out touch

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    • 77
      Conservative General Election Campaign HQ says:

      FFS GF PLEASE CHANGE THE NARRATIVE ABOUT THE TEA LEAF FOR CHRIST’S SAKE WE ARE P*SSING VOTES OUT OF OUR AR*SES AT THE MOMENT THEY ARE ABSOLUTELY FALLING OUT. IF WE DON’T GET ON TOP OF THIS WE ARE ABSOLUTELY F*CKED, THE MARGINALS ARE ALREADY GONE WE ARE IN DANGER OF LOSING THE CENTRE OF THE F*CKING DONUT AT THIS RATE!

      FFS PLEASE START BANGING ON ABOUT OTHER STUFF AND START EARNING YOUR PAY CHEQUE OR OTHERWISE THE STORY WILL TURN BACK ON DAVE JUDGING OTHERS BY HIS OWN STANDARDS AND THEN WE ARE COMPLETELY F*CKING F*CKED AREN’T WE YOU MORON-DAVE WAS SCREWING THE A*RSE OUT OF HIS EXPENSES JUST LIKE THIS MILLER BASTARD, EVEN THOUGH HE AND HIS WIFE OWNED SEVERAL PROPERTIES AND COULD AFFORD TO PAY OUTRIGHT FOR PROPERTY HE TOOK OUT A MORTGAGE JUST SO HE COULD SCREW A FEW HUNDRED GRAND OUT OF THE MUG TAXPAYERS, WE TOLD HIM IT WAS A BAD IDEA BUT THE GREEDY C*NT DIDN’T GIVE A F*CK AND CARRIED ON CLAIMING LIKE A CRACKHEAD BENEFITS SCROUNGER-DITTO OSBORNE THE F*CKING CLOWN!

      F*CKING HELL GF, START EARNING YOUR CORN, YOU’VE BEEN ON THE PAYROLL FOR A LONG TIME NOW AND IT’S PAYBACK TIME NOW YOU USELESS FAT F*CK!

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    • 185
      To the point. No bullshit. says:

      Maria, just fuck off!

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      Táxpáyér says:

      photo/1

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  2. 2
    Scottish Chav says:

    … but are they REALLY REALLY sorry?

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  3. 5
    Truthteller says:

    I’m sorry so many morons voted for them.

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    nell says:

    Why isn’t gordon there?

    Sorry for selling off our gold at brown bottom.
    Sorry for robbing our pensions
    Sorry for trashing the economy
    Sorry for still troughing off the taxpayer in his zero hours MP job
    ………..

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    Bill Quango MP says:

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      White rabbit says:

      Undoubtedly raised the game in British political life. A Towering politician.

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      • 135
        nell says:

        LOL! His premiership marked a decidedly low point in political life at least in the last 200 years of British politics and possibly the lowest point ever.

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      • 246
        Remember those little "Luv is" cartoons? says:

        Yes, a Towering Hamlets politician.

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  7. 11
    D.R. M. Engerley? says:

    Is Ruth Smeeth a mossad spy about to enter Parlaiment?
    A little research into the background of Hope not Hate is required.

    Ps. I’m not sorry.

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  8. 12
    Ah! Wondering what to do with the grandkids this Easter says:

    Ask them to hold their breath while taking them through the Mersey Tunnel.

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  9. 13
    The Cake of Doom says:

    Sorry just isn’t good enough. Sorry is not eight feet long and made of hemp.

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  10. 14
    Boris Carloffe says:

    Surely one apology is missing?

    The midwife who delivered Clegg. He or she did such a dreadful act of delivering a baby tat has done so much damage to our country

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    • 22
      Hopeless Ed Miliband says:

      The midwife who delivered me didn’t know which end to slap.

      So she slapped my mother instead.

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      • 24
        David Miliband says:

        That’s not all, Nanny refused to push your pram when you were little. After a lengthy discussion and substantial pay rise she agreed to pull you around instead.

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  11. 16
    Ockham's Razor says:

    Time to go home
    Time to go home
    Maria is waving goodbye!
    Goodbye!
    Time to go home
    Time to go home
    Maria is waving goodbye!
    Goodbye!
    Goodbye!

    Maria is going home now.
    And she won’t be fucking coming back.

    Goodbye children!
    Goodbye!

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    • 149
      Defeat, wot defeat? says:

      She’s not waving goodbye
      — she’s still an MP
      — she’ll be back if, thanks to Labour’s leadership and policy vacuum, the Tories are in power again next year
      — to fill her empty hours while that happens, I bet she’ll have a lucrative newspaper column in no time

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    • 247
      Daisy May says:

      This golden oldie should be Burnham’s theme tune!

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  12. 17
    Morgan's Organ says:

    Ronnie Corbett’s Sorry!

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  13. 18
    Slapface Maria says:

    Just checking in to the Tower Bridge Premier Inn.
    Keeping my head down until the £17,000 cheque clears.

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  14. 20
    Ah! Swiss Chocolate says:

    Snake On A Train in Bern Forces Passengers To Evacuate

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  15. 23
    Ippikin says:

    Yes of course they are sorry . . . .
    Sorry they were found out!

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  16. 25
    The elephant in the room. says:

    Maria the elephant packs her truck and says goodbye to the circus……

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  17. 27
    C O (Ξ7p) says:

    A balanced piece from J’ames D’elingpole:

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/04/09/No-one-is-sorry-the-PM-still-despises-you-and-other-lessons-from-the-Maria-Miller-affair

    One thing that he misses, as others, is that the real impact of L’eveson on this situation has been that it provided a shield behind which Miller attempted to conceal her wrongdoing, and arguably was instrumental in triggering the apparent cover up.

    Had the press felt free to pursue back at the start the cover up and subsequent damage to Parliament could have been avoided.

    Whilst L’eveson continues one should perhaps expect the Press to be more perniciously ruthless moving forward: Dangerous as the obvious partisan aspect of the pursuit of Miller was not even considered: Presumably because those sections of the press feared being accused of partaking in witch-hunts and finding themselves on the receiving end of a L’eveson threat.

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  18. 28
    Podiceps says:

    Not as sorry as we are that this sorry bunch is making such a sorry mess of our country.

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

      minister for culture, is that like a bacteria ?

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  19. 29
    £50,000 Maria's Gorilla in the room. says:

    Maria thought she was unstoppable & too powerful to be removed. The Tories did well to side with the electorate, it is disgraceful Dave didn’t. Common sense prevails. Hoorah!

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    Meanwhile, in the real world says:

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  21. 31
    Nick Clegg never says:

    Australia is not in the EU, but for some reason is capable of negotiating free trade deals with China. Just a thought for all those who worry about issues of ‘clout’.

    http://www.theage.com.au/federal-politics/political-news/japan-korea-and-now-a-free-trade-deal-with-china-is-in-sight-20140409-36djp.html

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  22. 34
    Marie Curie says:

    Maria Miller is toxic waste.

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  23. 35
    Harriet The Harmer says:

    Ssssssssssssssssssssso!

    Nope! I can’t say it! Terrible word!

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  24. 37
    CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

    The only reason these whingeing troughers and crooks are sorry is that they were caught out! They’ve also turned themselves in to victims. It seems to be the modern way of dealing with wrongdoing – the offenders turning themselves into the victim. Look at the Flowers interview, that whining cry-baby Pistorious, Miller’s apologists, Burnham after being accused of covering up hundreds of unneccessary hospital deaths under his watch. ALL have belly-ached the same ” oh, woe is me.” defence. All victims of plots by others – never the result of their own wrongdoing. These bastards make me puke!!!!

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    • 38
      Paxo says:

      I will be travelling to Basingstoke to soft-chat the victim.

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      • 46
        David's curry menu says:

        You re like a cop in his last year before the pension and villa in Spain s Costa Godawful. Being all nice after years of ruthless b’tard, ffs Man Up!

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      • 48
        Don't look this way, look over there says:

        Why?, do people still watch your tv programme, I find watching paint dry is better than watching bBBC television channels, the bBBC is just a mouth piece for Liebour and the EU and the sooner it gets sold off the better.

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      • 49
        Keith Vaz the Cunt says:

        Surely that’s my job?

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  25. 39
    Don't look this way, look over there says:

    Something my mrs said but as I just walked in didn’t get it until I realised, is the new minister of culture is looking after our culture or his own culture,

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    Mr Sorry says:

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  27. 41
    Ah! painful says:

    £300.000 per week, and they have to inject Rooney to make him play tonight.

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  28. 42
    david says:

    Last laugh to me I think. You wanted her out and I’ve done that.

    But did you want a mozz replacement?

    Well swivel on that, (forefinger displayed vertically)

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    • 52
      Don't look this way, look over there says:

      May 2014, September ? 2014, May 2015, who will do the swivelling then Davey, make sure you give the removal company plenty of time, it would be embarrassing to see all your kit thrown out of number ten, because you thought you would be in situ forever.

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  29. 43
    jumbo says:

    Ffs interview the thousands behind bars for far lesser fraud for their pov

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  30. 55
    Toby Belching-Felcher says:

    Is there a scientific name for the point where one is consuming beer, and Justine Greening becomes fuckable, whilst one is still capable of fulfilling that function?

    Do we need a X-Y-Z graph? X is the beer index, whilst Y is potency, and Z is Justine’s apparent attractiveness.

    I think 8 pints is ball park.

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  31. 57
    Anonymous says:

    Nick Clegg during PMQ’s today looked a shadow of his former self. An empty shell of a beaten man.

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    • 66
      Bingo the Tory dog says:

      David Cameron, is a mistake the Libdems imposed on our nation through the coalition agreement. In light years, it is very clear DC will never have get a majority to govern and therefore his sojourn in any position of power would have be temporary and short lived.

      What ever that is wrong with DC is also wrong with the Libdems. The Libdems have not only lied themselves to power but imposed on our nation the dumbest PM ever and blame the electorate for their voting pattern. I hope like me who voted for Libdems once ever in the last election, any knock on the door again by a member of the lying Libdems should be enough to call the Police to arrest a member of party that got their vote through deceitful means in the past.

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    • 129
      Blue Cheese and Walnuts says:

      He is a beaten man. That is what beaten men look like. If he decided to resign from Parliament and go on a cruise for a few months I wouldn’t blame him. It is hard and takes time to come to terms with being wrong in public.

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  32. 58
    Tw@watch says:

    SO Cameron told MPs at prime minister’s questions that Miller “did do something wrong”, but said it was right to give colleagues a chance to get on with their job. He also insisted this was a “good and honest parliament”.

    He mocks us

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    • 63
      Don't look this way, look over there says:

      Just like the parliaments from 1997 they were “good and honest parliaments”, run by Liebour well in MPs dreams it was, the public dreams called them reigns of terror.

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  33. 62
    Sebastian Fox says:

    Well I thought I’d heard everything but apparently not. BBC R4 said that Miller claimed she had not flipped her house?

    Er rented house in Basingstoke main residence; (previously?) bought house in Wimbledon 2nd home ker-ching claim expenses on Wimbledon house: then before the sale of Wimbledon it becomes the main residence miraculously and therefore there is no capital gains tax to pay. Is the definition of flipping restricted to doing it twice?

    If it’s not flipping it’s certainly switching.

    Saturday’s Telegraph ran a story that Miller’s “harassed” parents were joking with reporters: that’s some doorstepping charm school the DT has.

    So Nul points for contrition Maria: “I just sacked a girl called Maria” WestminsterSide Story any other lyrics?

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  34. 64
    Sebastian Fox says:

    Cameron refused to state whether he had indirectly or directly forced Miller to resign. Surely that means he was in some way responsible for her resignation. Like all folk inclined to ‘bully’ our Dave is an absolute coward who got it wrong, continued getting it wrong and then ran from PMQ’s after dumping Miller at the last moment.

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  35. 65
    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    She apparently gets a £17k payoff as a departing minister. You couldn’t make it up.
    And they evict the most vulnerable with the Bedroom Tax.

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    • 68
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      Bedroom tax… what’s that then?

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      • 71
        temperance says:

        Strangely enough, Labour didn’t mention that one in the list of Tory tax rises they published recently, so of course it’s not a tax.

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        • 75
          F##k the LibLabCon says:

          Mmmm strange that.

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        • 78
          BBC says:

          We were told off for call it a tax so now we call it the “so-called bedroom tax”, it’s bit like global warming we now call that climate change.

          We’re not biased you know.

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          • Political Spin says:

            Equal Marriage is the new Bumsex Marriage.

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          • F##k the LibLabCon says:

            Has anyone else noticed that the nouns husband and wife are no longer acceptable in some quarters. One must now call your other/better half your ‘partner’ as not to upset the bumsex marriage brigade.

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          • Normal Guy says:

            I am not very interested in that kind of nonsense. Nor is my wife.

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    • 69
      C O (Ξ7p) says:

      She is apparently donating it to charity…

      … but even that is proving a bit of a catch-22: Take more of our money and cynically pay off a charity to save some face line…

      Recommend nightly foot baths with epsom salts for the hard-core commentators, as this gift is likely to continue giving until after Easter.

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      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      The two are NOT connected ,far a start there is no such tax as the bedroom tax !

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  36. 74
    Innit says:

    Has Maria Miller resigned yet ?

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  37. 79

    A Japanese show of contrition for failure would be welcome. Loss of a finger for the trivial stuff. Full seppuko for major offenders.

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  38. 84
    Bingo the Tory dog says:

    Cameron said If he thinks this was the case why didn’t he call on her to resign? He seems to be first leader of the opposition to come to this house and call on someone to resign after they’ve resigned.”

    Miliband replied: “I’ve heard everything – it’s my job to fire members of his cabinet. This is about him and the fact he still doesn’t understand what she did wrong … There would have been no question [in any other sector] about them staying in their job. Why was he the last person in the country to realise her position had become untenable?”

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    • 86
      Bingo the Tory dog says:

      Should have also added, that Miliband is totally correct when he said there would have been no question in any other sector about a person staying on, they would have been escorted off the premises, keys and passes taken away, and they would have been reported to the police for deception / fraudulent behaviour

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      • 256
        Thinking on your feet says:

        Dave: I shall certainly take into account what the multiple house flippers and inheritance tax fraudsters opposite have just advised.

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      up sit says:

      dream of gold paving stones, you bullion master.

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  39. 90
    Michael Fabricunt says:

    I’ve just been given the old heave ho’.

    That reminds me, I need some old EVO to keep my syrup on.

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  40. 91
    Maria Miller says:

    The Tories are holed below the water line , just rejoice at that news, as Labour pull 12 points clear.

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    • 113
      Blowing Whistles says:

      It is “Public Opinion” that is pulling well clear of the LibLabCon mer’chants’ and their propaganda mouths in political press hounds corps.

      The “Public” are retaking what is their’s and has always been theirs.

      i recall that i stated somewhat previously on here that the allinittogethermob cannot continue to lie, cheat and steal from the Public – and that it’s getting more like the downfall of the esta german government back in 1989 – when they just couldn’t lie any more that they had all been hoisted by thier own collective of criminality and fraud.

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      • 140
        Blue Cheese and Walnuts says:

        Except that in East Germany they had millions on the streets and here we are a nation of internet rebels.

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        • 175
          Internet Rebel says:

          … who can go outside and wave their mice and take a really indignant selfie to post on Twitter if the bastards don’t do as we say …

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          • Geek says:

            These days it takes less than 20 minutes to arrange a angry flash mob waving pitchfprks on Parliament Square..

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      • 183
        up sit says:

        camel says:
        munch.
        munch not.
        cam is el.
        el is le,
        le is mon.
        mon is mondè.
        …confusion is inevitable.
        …binocular time
        …time is the limit?
        …in a dream state though?

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    • 141
      nell says:

      labour with a 12 point lead – under miliband they can hope! I think I’m right in saying michael foot in opposition once got a 20 plus lead – miliband has never got out of single figures and doubt he will now that we approach the 2015 election.

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    Lord Scalded Bollock says:

    Cameron replied typically with Bullingdon Club mentality, that’s what he and fellow toffs grew up with – I’m a toff and you’re a fucking pleb. So Cameron as usual goes redder than a baboon’s backside because he’s rarely had to be accountable when growing up.

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      You say either I say iether, you say this I say that. says:

      That doesn’t take into Brown,Bliar and Mandlesons attitudes to us plebs, they weren’t Bullingdon boys, they went to private schools, yet their attitudes was even worse than Camorons, they didn’t give a toss about us plebs, they were in it for themselves, they didn’t play up and play the game, they cheated and lied at every turn.

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  42. 95
    Another scandal says:

    “Security firm G4S will be considered for government business again after it was barred from bidding for new contracts in a row about overcharging.

    The company agreed to repay £109m after an audit found it charged too much for providing electronic prisoner tags.

    The Serious Fraud Office is examining G4S and Serco over the contracts”

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  43. 97
    Anonymous says:

    Cameron doesn’t do himself or the party any favours.

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  44. 98
    C O (Ξ7p) says:

    This is a poor decision:

    Shows Cameron is losing his grip – fast.

    Keep the passion Mike !

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    • 101
      Toby Belching-Felcher says:

      Yep, micromouth Cam has lost the plot. Get rid. Now.

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    • 106
      IMHO says:

      Fabricant is a knob. Only diehards think he is an asset to the Tories.

      No doubt he is a nice guy and all that, but most of the populace just don’t get him.

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      • 109
        Bob says:

        Fair enough but Camermong is still acting out like a spoilt brat.

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      • 112
        C O (Ξ7p) says:

        Fab’s is a bit bizarre, but he projects a fundamentally harmless and approachable image. The kind of image that can help win votes.

        As a polite straight talker of principal, he generally comes across as honest as well.

        Folk may not get his hair, but that is just part of the fun.

        These are precisely the qualities which Cameron should be wanting in the spotlight right now until the Miller poison is fully expunged.

        Some are saying that Fab’s views on Miller are what prompted this.

        Suspect it is more his sticking to principals and HS2 that have pulled the trigger.

        So, an EU vanity project which is of zero benefit to the country yet remarkably expensive for what it is has apparently influenced Cameron’s decision yet again.

        The public’s tolerance of these Cameron indulgences is wafer thin at present.

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        • 222
          Norman Normal says:

          Do you realise most people who live in the north travel abroad to catch long hall flights?

          Why? Because it’s faster and cheaper than travelling to Heathrow.

          Everyone I know travels via Schipol or Dubai because it’s too difficult to get to Heathrow.

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          • Paniagua V5.1 says:

            True my itinerary tomorrow is

            MAN-CDG

            CDG-BKK

            Because….

            1. As there is an extra leg anyway what is the motivation to go via LHR?
            2. LHR is a shihole reminiscent of the Cantina scene in Star Wars – And I’m taking about the workers not the passengers
            3. £200+ cheaper for 2 than going with BA who incidentally like to shuttle you between LHR and LGW if you are not careful.

            So I am holding my nose and flying with the French (KLM return via Schiphol)

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          • Confused says:

            But the Labour Party keep telling us how very poor they all are in the North. How no-one can afford to eat except in food banks and how they only get one day off a year to listen to socialist brass band competitions and how everyone dreams of being able to eat chips on the front at Blackpool when the sun comes out.

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          • Illegal immigrant says:

            Norman, old chap, Congratulatons, you have at last twigged why we spent all that money building you an airport. Plus it does help to keep the riff raff out of London.

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        • 262
          Irritable headmistress says:

          CO: You are at it again! If I catch you sticking to any principals, male or female, you will be in detention for a month. Kapiche?

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    • 107
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      Dave’s a pathetic little twat, how childish.

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      • 123
        Blue Cheese and Walnuts says:

        Yes, it does seem rather unimpressive.

        Which reminds me, I saw some stuff from the Morning Star of all places on here earlier: alleging the government had been censoring the petitions to have Maria Miller employed as one of our nation’s ministers. Was there any substance to any of that, does anyone know?

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    • 110
      White rabbit says:

      Yes, but lose the dead cat.

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    • 142
      nell says:

      Like the bit ‘ still available for speeches’ – wonder how much he gets paid for each of them!

      Another self-serving, looking after his own bank balance, politician!!

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    Anonymous says:

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      Got it made says:

      She’s made her million. This is chickenfeed.

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      • 143
        nell says:

        She’s not standing in 2015 anyway. And she has her £1.4million house to retire too mortgage free. Her stint in government has reaped her some generous rewards . No doubt like jacqui ‘lok at my bosoms’ smith , she’ll end up as a worthless highly paid chairman of some failing nhs trust somewhere!!

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    • 171
      Joss Taskin says:

      Will she get a reduction in Income Tax for Gift Aid ?

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  46. 108
    oops says:

    Vice-chair of Conservative Party Michael Fabricant sacked for criticising Maria Miller on Twitter

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      A flounder with more idea than Cameron says:

      “Tory MP Michael Fabricant tweeted that he had been sacked as Conservative Party vice-chairman for his comments about Mrs Miller and his opposition to the HS2 rail link.”

      So apparently being less than honest with the tax payers money for personal gain is OK but any decent whatsoever will not be tolerated.

      It’s good to see which direction Dave’s moral compass is pointing

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  47. 120
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Fabbers’ Twatter feed is most amusing this evening…
    https://twitter.com/Mike_Fabricant

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  48. 124
    Maria Miller says:

    Norman Tebbit……………… You Rock

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  49. 128
    Shant Grapps says:

    A motion of no confidence in the Prime Minister or this Government is now needed.

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  50. 134
    Polly Toynbee says:

    Sajid Javid: predicted by some to be the future leader of the Tory party.

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  51. 137
    Cast iron one term butch Dave says:

    Look at my muscles!

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  52. 144
    Dumb ass Dave says:

    I’m going ape shit now.
    Anything could happen.
    Literally anything.

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  53. 150
    j says:

    Gordon brown is a mug of knobcheese

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  54. 151
    What time is it? says:

    It’s Pat rant time again and this week Pat has a cure for our Islamophobia!

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  55. 152
    nell says:

    miliband has become a bit of an embarrassment especially at pmq’s. nanny teaches him a few simple phrases like ‘cost of living’and he parrots it at every opportunity even where it does not apply or is not appropriate .

    He would be quite as embarrassing for us as a country as gordon was as PM if he ever makes no10!!

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  56. 156
    Podiceps says:

    With the Conservative Party in a tailspin of disgrace and confusion under its contemptible leader, and the likelihood that UKIP, for all its performance in the polls, will be denied any seats by a rotten electoral system, the best we can look forward to in 2015 is a Labour majority that will crash the economy so fast that finally some kind of reason may, with great good luck, prevail. Otherwise the only outcome is revolution, and one thing that history has shown is that revolutions make things worse. (1688 was not a revolution, it was a coup.)

    What a miserable prospect. I’m glad to be old so that I don’t have to endure much more of this.

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  57. 157
    Anonymous says:

    Tonight his seat has become a lot safer,increased majority 2015.

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    • 177
      White rabbit says:

      Yeah..really popular with the public. An albino, self publicist, chat and quiz show hardy annual career panellist. Just what the Tories want.

      Like

      • 204
        Lampshade says:

        You missed out humourless. The worse kind of humourless. The guy thinks he’s funny, but he’s just an embarrassment.

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  58. 160
    Prime Minister"The Dunce Of Downing Street" Cameron says:

    Mike Fabricant wasn’t sacked for views on Maria Miller or HS 2, he was sacked for not claiming expenses for haircuts.

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  59. 164
    Joe Public says:

    Expenses reform well yes obviously duh!
    But what we really want Dave is you out on your ass.

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    • 167
      nell says:

      And who would you put in his place? miliband and balls perhaps so that they can instigate another labour spend spend spend policy that will lead us back to b a n k r u p t c y? What a good idea!!

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  60. 166
    Shower of shite, vote UKIP says:

    He’s a bit of a twat but he’s not hateful like so many hundreds of those Tory MPs….so sacking him delivers bugger all benefit to the party n the eyes of the public. It certainly doesn’t make them look strong or principled. That horse has bolted when Cameron and some of those woeful female MPs like Coffey and McLeod came out in her defence, sacrificing their careers in doing so.

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  61. 168
    The most bountiful syrup of figs says:

    Looks like him below has done it this time. A moment of fame for us both now blown. Michael, how could you?

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  62. 174
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

    I’VE NEVER HEARD OF ROYAL MAIL.

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  63. 176
    Media Frenzy says:

    Right, who’s next on the list? Wonder if Snitch John Mann has any more dirt.

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  64. 179
    Guardianistas make Massive mountain out of tiny Mole Hill. says:

    You know. I have never met one person, man, woman, girl or boy who has ever said that there are not enough women MPs. Why does the BBC and its Newspaper the Guardian think there is a problem?

    Also it follows on that not once have I heard someone say I am not voting for that party because there are no women at the top. Although I know stacks who admired Mrs T but that was because she was the best man for the job.

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  65. 181
    David Camembert says:

    Just when you thought I couldn’t get any smellier, I’ve done it again. I am a grey pool of festering corruption, eating through the china plate on which I sit. People pass me on the upwind side. Even flies won’t touch me now.

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  66. 188
    Ah! Rotten says:

    Dear Ms Miller,
    I thought it was illegal to buy votes.
    And with MY money????

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  67. 194
    C O (Ξ7p) says:

    After watching Newsnight on Miller:

    i) D’anny F’inkelstein is a moron. The mong even tried to equivocate between the poor state of UK politics with that which his refugee parents experienced in an effort to play down the expenses concern. What a fucking dick.
    ii) LibLabCon have been collectively dragged down a bit: Not good for the straight MPs.
    iii) UKIP may have ‘written the book’ on expenses re. the EU Gravy Train – but trying to attack UKIP on that front at this point in time is badly backfiring as it makes LibLabCon look weak, and just reminds everyone that LibLabCon have been taking the p!ss.

    G’uido’s piece on the £15 subsidized dinners was very well made: Not an easy concept to get across in the time available, but it was brought across perfectly.

    Looks like BBC decided not to run Farage despite apparently interviewing him in Basingstoke today.

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  68. 197
    Owen Jones says:

    Mahmoud Ahmadinejad just joined Twitter. Is he trying for a comeback? http://vox.com/e/5362677

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  69. 200
    Still that one? says:

    The number of days each ‘Comment of the Day’ lasts for on the main page clearly demonstrates the poor quality of comments here…

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  70. 201
    The British media are cunts says:

    Politicians are cuunts. The lot of them.

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  71. 202
    The ed Miliband of strikers says:

    Danny Welbeck……seriously Man Utd, you really think he is the future

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  72. 205
    Clock that Watch says:

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  73. 209
    I don't think he's gay says:

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      Village Idiot says:

      Has chukka got a modelling contract,or is it the job of an elected member of parliament to go around ,gurning at the camera……nice work if you can get it ,but not what he is paid to do,but with 7% +63%, of our laws made in merkeland,they find themselves with time to kill,at least in chukky,s case!…I have no doubt that most of our mps’, do a stirling job,shame they all get tarnished with the same brush,bit like genuine sick and disabled and fiddlers…Mps’ do not get expenses,they get benefits,and, they fiddle those benefit claims!…Come on free press,get busy uncovering more rot!

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  74. 213
    Let's Not Forget says:

    I’ve been rolling (trolling?) back through this blog’s coverage of Maria Miller’s contemptuous behaviour.

    Encouraged, of course, by the contemptuous behaviour of the parliamentary standards committee towards public opinion.

    One wonders how Cameron let it get as far as it did. And why Miliband held off protesting as long as he did.

    But the Monday cartoon (Rich) goes a long way to explaining what they and most MPs think of the electorate.

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  75. 214
    nigels parachute says:

    Christ cleggy gas aged 10 years in a week

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  76. 215
    nigels parachute says:

    We are in the midst of a massive housing crisis and camerons greatest achievement is gay marriage

    Why not tackle something important rather than trivialities?

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  77. 218
    Elsie Hargreaves 5 Railway Terrace Dewsbury says:

    I have been up all night worrying about what Mr Cameron has been doing to get our money back from Mrs Miller.

    I think he has done nothing and when he says he wants us to move on I think he means he wants her to keep our money and vote for him in the European Elections.

    I thought Mr Cameron was supposed to be fighting for us all.

    I don’t think he is doing this so I wont be voting for him.

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      a green person who likes talking utter crap says:

      People are saying we can’t ask asylum seekers whether they are gay .

      The point is that only a tiny minority of people are gay. If we let asylum seekers in who are 100% gay then we risk disturbing the eco balance of the largely heterosexual UK landscape.

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      • 254
        UNHCR never says:

        They should claim asylum in the country next door to the one they have fled from. Gays are not being persecuted in either Ireland, France , Belgium or Holland. We therefore shouldn’t be letting in any asylum seekers.

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    • 226
      albacore says:

      That’s the way that inflation goes these days
      They have to make sure that treachery pays
      Thirty pieces of silver don’t suffice
      For these E U arse-licking M P lice

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  78. 225
    Hannibal from Carthage says:

    You thieve my money.

    I get very angry and punch you in the face.

    I say I am sorry and everything is alright.

    I think I am getting the hang of this.

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    • 231
      Village Idiot says:

      ….Saying sorry is not punishment!……It simply will not do….We are all in this shit up to our necks together,got it…No we are not; it is one rule for them and one rule for the other them…..They really have lost touch with reality!

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  79. 227
    Owen Jones says:

    So Mike_Fabricant reflects the public’s views on Maria Miller and HS2 and is sacked for it? Appalling – he was one of the good guys.

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    • 266
      Irritable headmistress says:

      Mr Jones, I think that must be the very first comment you have made with which I agree.

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  80. 228
    Tony says:

    Hi guys,

    We should never forget the first purpose of sorry.

    Alongside the obvious mission to say sorry, its purpose is to help people like me to move on to more deals and more money.

    The purpose, in other words, should be to use sorry to end the need for sorry.

    For the first time this is possible to foresee. That is a sign of progress.

    There’s a new generation of leaders – in politics, business and civil society who are anxious to take the wealth of their nations into their own hands. We should encourage and support them.

    None of this is to discount the vital role sorry has played in entertaining the lives of you morons.

    Got to dash now – see you guys.

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  81. 236
    UKIP or bust says:

    Barroso to Cameron:

    Cameron, HS2 needs to get going, jump to it there’s a good boy. Oh and sack Fabricant, we don’t want him in your parliment. OK? Now off you go.

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  82. 237
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    Ed starts to scribble on my blank sheet of paper…

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  83. 244
    Ah! no more Ministerial car then says:

    Rat On Subway Train Sends Passengers Hysterical

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  84. 245
    Lab rat says:

    The irony of it all , sack someone who appears to be speaking for the people as far as HS2 and the Maria Miller debacle ,and not sacking a Fraudster ….just about sums up what this Government is all about really .

    Seriously this is probably the must debased and amoral bunch of clowns I can ever remember running the country ,and ,that includes Thatchers mob …who we all knew what was her agenda , but this lot , they are completely incompetent to run this country ,and were it not for Clegg, and his co -conspirators then they would have had to go a long time ago …..The Day Of Reckoning Approaches , and I hope the people of this country will kick this shower out

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  85. 253
    Monica Lewinsucker says:

    The cnuts aren’t sorry, they just got caught.

    however, at least Bill is a normal bloke who got me to give him one, unlike your Mr.Prime Minister who’s a bumsex promoter.

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  86. 271
    Anonymous says:

    “They’re Sorry, They’re Sorry, They’re So, So Sorry”
    Billion pound prize offered, to anyone who can spot the balls. In so far as to be considered genuine, an apology would have to include the following vital conditions.
    a) An solemn undertaking that a forfeit, exceeding the value of the gain received, would immediately be levied.
    b) That an alteration to the procedure involved, would be put in place. Guaranteeing, on pain of dismissal, that said failing could never ever be repeated.

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  87. 276
    Jimmy Saville says:

    I’m sorry.

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