April 15th, 2014

Telegraph Side with Nige

The Telegraph would usually be the first out of the traps on an expenses story, but they’ve decided it will be more fun to side with the ‘Kippers and knock the Times today. Brogan has been activated and is talking down the story. The polling, it seems, would agree with his angle, namely that scandal is wasted on Farage because – like Boris – the public have warmed to him. Nothing like a bit of mudslinging to liven up a dull day though.


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  1. 1
    Prime Minister"The Dunce Of Downing Street" Cameron says:

    Ukip a political force? In the 2010 general election, Nigel Farage lost to a candidate dressed as a dolphin.

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  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    Two faced Telegraph

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      Bulls**t Baffles Brains says:

      Bit of a stretch to say the ‘Telegraph’ is siding with Farage, when the article is in the Blogs section.

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      • 181
        Cathy Newwwwman says:

        Just you wait whitey. I’ve got a hard-hitting savage piece saying that, like every singe politician and institution apart from the hard-left (or as I term them modern, progressive modernising moderate modernists), Farage has a “woman problem” because his MEPs don’t conform exactly to 50% woman 50% man.

        WE NEED QUOTAS FOR DIVERSITY

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        • 230
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Cathy – i am all for feminism – however real women feminists need to take a look at some of those around them – in particular the ‘extremist militant politicised’ females who … well let’s just say have some very nasty duplicitous and darker agendas than the more correct and rightfully looking feminists. Realise who the extremist witches among you are and do not be cowed, bullied and manipulated by their militant agendas.

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        • 232
          A Woamn of Colour says:

          It sure am dem de whitey, – dey is de root ob de problem – dey gib us de money den make us wurk – or am it de udder way roun?

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      • 194
        JadedJean12 says:

        Quite!

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    • 236
      Stops Yawning and looking out of window says:

      and gwido wouldn’t repeat a falsehood.

      gwido ukip smears galore yes, but not a falsehood shirley no

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  3. 3
    Right says:

    Fred

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  4. 5
    ras putin says:

    …then why isn’t the public warming to me?

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      Fearless Beholden-To-No-One Independent Thinker & Scourge Of Everyone Else's Soggy Received Ideas (a says:

      Some of us are.

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  5. 6
    DH says:

    Most of the money would’ve come from German taxpayers & he probably would’ve spent it on Spanish Rioja, so he’s basically taking from the rich & giving to the poor.

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  6. 7
    perdix says:

    It seems that if someone is “liked” they are immune from scrutiny. Private Eye says The DT has owners who support Farage financially.

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  7. 8
    carl fx says:

    farage has had everything thrown at him, but he’s still there with a bitter truth, that the establishment has f@@@d the british working class and banished them to poverty or minimum wage all for the european cause. its over for them as it stands and theres a message coming for them this election, and they are absolutely scared to death of what it will mean.

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  8. 10
    BBC says:

    “Electoral Commission to write to UKIP to “seek clarification” about Nigel Farage’s Constituency Office after Times allegations.”

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    • 70
      Jacques with a giant peach says:

      Good idea, it’ll keep the uncivil servants happy for a minute or two and the BBC complaining for a week or two after all, that South African trial the bBBC and Sky waste electricity on must be finishing soon.

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    • 120
      Red Ed says:

      Vote Libertas.

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    • 143
      The Public says:

      While they are about it, the Electoral Commission can write to Ed Miliband and ask him to clarify why the Labour Party gerrymandered so many constituencies when they were in power, fiddle their election expenses and printing bills by using paid staff seconded from Unions and Union printing preses, take illegal loans from the Co-op bank, have syphoned so much taxpayers’ money via the bogus union modernization fund and commit postal vote fraud on such an industrial scale.

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  9. 11
    Winston says:

    Errrr….nothing to do with the fact that the Times story is proving to be utter cr@p. DT has waited for the facts to emerge. Unlike, Guido, who in desperation to follow the anti-UKIP line ended up looking a plum. What a bunch of c**nts you hacks are that it comes down to who “it will be more fun to side” with.

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    • 17
      Lost his touch says:

      Guido really did fuck it up today.

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      • 45
        C O (Ξ7q1) says:

        If there was a real expenses scandal here, not only would the DT be all over it like a cheap suit, but G’uido would have reported on it a few weeks back.

        Looking at the posts from ‘Guy News’ today on the matter, they have been very impartial, true to their own byline, and astonishingly balanced.

        Without a hint of sarcasm, this is how the BBC should be covering stories like this.

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        • 66
          Anonymous says:

          As I said earlier the Guido troops are leaving and for the first they see that they have been screwed for to many years.

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          • Jacques with a giant peach says:

            Gudio’s window lickers come and go and come back and comment, your up to your usual monthly moan, you need to go and have a rest, your only upsetting yourself, when you comment on this blog.

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          • C O (Ξ7q1) says:

            It was an odd day all round – the humanization of F’arage and near total discrediting pending defenestration of The T’imes.

            The blog’s owner has stated publicly many times his disdain for **all** politicians: The editorial today reflected that candidly, but in a balanced way that indicates a similar disdain for bad reporting.

            If UKIP have actually been up to no good one would expect and anticipate similarly impartial reporting here, at least a week before the MSM picks up on it.

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          • An Historian says:

            A notable day for the Annals of Presstitution.

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  10. 13
    Hmmmm says:

    Drive that bus right through the middle of the LibLabCon bastards, Nige….

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  11. 15
    Nermal says:

    The only thing that can scupper UKIP in the EU elections is Millibands support for them.

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  12. 20
    Where did Guido's independence go? says:

    Apparently the electoral commission is to now request written ‘clarification’ of the issue.

    It doesn’t exactly inspire confidence in their level of knowledge that they have to ask about an allowance claimed by every single UK MEP at an identical flat rate. When they get that information ‘clarified’ I’d imagine they’ll decide it’s a can of worms they don’t want to open.

    This story is getting embarrassing, but not in the way the Times (and presumably Danny Fucklestein) intended.

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      Nermal says:

      Pity they don’t put all their energy into investigating Tower Hamlets,Birmingham etc.

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    • 40
      FrankFisher says:

      What the fuck does it have to do with the Electoral Commission?

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      • 103
        Brassed Off Joe Public says:

        Why don’t those fcuking twats @ the Electoral Commission do something
        really helpful about the Postal Vote Fraud that ZanuLieLabor forced on UK
        to keep the Bangalor Envelope Stuffers busy……that would be asking to
        much for the Electoral Commission to deal with something that is a blatant
        fraud they prefer to sweep it under the carpet like so many crimes this
        corrupt establishment does not want aired in Public, especially when it
        involves the hordes of new citizens who are allowed to pick & choose what
        UK laws they abide by………

        VOTE UKIP

        fcuk all of the establishment right up there fat fcuking ars*es
        its time for real change not more of the same from the
        ConsLieLaborLebDims Oligarchs as there hold on the levers of
        Power over Us is about to be broken as we take OUR country back !!!

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        • 125
          Imran Handless says:

          What country is that we already have you infidel, now just go back to reading the telegraph, you wont notice us for years yet, plonkers.

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          • The weird lefty who wanted to build the bacon of izlum says:

            give us time – the kalifate – it’ll be here – and you will live in servitude

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        • 432
          Anonymous says:

          Sounds like Michelin neckwear is coming back into vogue if this Fascist lunatic gets his wish.

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      • 426
        Anonymous says:

        It is staffed by violent labour thugs on community service.

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    • 177
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Just ‘the 5hit’ levelled at that bastard Fin’punkelstein today has made my year.

      Suck it up you effing fink.

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  13. 21
    Press Gazette says:

    Good for Ben Brogan

    The last honest jounalist in Britain

    Dirty Digger and his lille Mob have sunk beneath the gutter

    A once proud Times TRASHED

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    • 31
      The London Times says:

      I’m afraid our UKIP type ‘Fog in channel. Continent cut off’ days are long behind us.

      Embrace the EU.

      Lovely cheese.

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      • 92
        Jacques with a giant peach says:

        Cheshire cheese and Lancashire cheese are better than the crap Europe produces,
        The EU cut itself of from the people, by being lieing, corrupt pieces of over paid rubbish, when will they have and audit on the money they loot from all the countries and when will they produce themselves to a 27 country vote on who is el presedenti etc and not just give buggins his turn.

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    • 68
      Wendi Deng's Pathetic Senile old Cuckold says:

      Well I’ve already destroyed the most popular newspaper in Britain, so the Times shouldn’t be too difficult

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      • 146
        Dirty Digger says:

        Tits and arses. That’s what you bloody poms want.

        And in The Times, I give you plenty of both.

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        • 178
          A Reader says:

          D’anny F’inkelstein is a big tit and a total arse.

          But the format is wrong.

          Stick with the Page 3 format.

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  14. 26
    Big Cyril smith says:

    Nigel has a lovely side , his backside !
    Time for a trip to spanky botty land

    Like myself and Boris Nige dont give a toss about getting caught with our pants down (or a young lads), it makes us seem real to the young lad on the 69 Accrington omnibus

    This little” Englander” gave a job to a tranny
    Boris fucked his nanny
    I shagged lots of young lads and beat the shit out of them
    Real people for a real Great Britain not nambified aloof meterosexuals like cameron and clegg

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  15. 27
    Nigella Fabergé says:

    Bring back Socialism. It’s not a dirty word.

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    • 28
      The Diary of Owen Jones aged 13¾ says:

      I’m doing my best. I want International Socialism. That’s the Gulag variety.

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  16. 29
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Open goal for the public there Mr Murdoch. BECAUSE …

    With so many millions and billions of words having been printed by the press (msm) in respect of the Leveson issue – open and free press any and every member of the public ‘In The Public Interest’ – will be looking for a prominent ‘FRONT PAGE’ – apology to be granted Farage – and perhaps without him having to ask for it.

    Erring writers / Journo’s – to be taught lessons about checking facts before going to print despite the hired legal guns that Rupe has at his disposal to ‘bury’ anyone daring to call the digger a fucking lying low-life greedy fucking old bastard.

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    • 35
      Blowing Whistles says:

      oh Sorry …. i forgot to mention tax evasion via various vehicles / the Cayman Islands.

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      • 50
        Not Blowing Whistles says:

        You are aware that at least one of the reporters, Alexi Mostrous, trained as a barrister originally.

        Just putting that out there for you ;-)

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        • 55
          jgm2 says:

          So did Tony Blair’s wife. Doesn’t mean I should believe or trust a word that either of them would say.

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          Blue Skies says:

          So did I. It wouldn’t necessarily make me a good journalist, just a writer who can cope mentally with the indignity of being a shill. There is a difference.

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    • 36
      The public says:

      Could we have a five word summary. We can’t wade through all that to see if you are making a valid point.

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      • 59
        Vote tory get bell end says:

        Precis: me me me me me

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      • 67
        Blowing Whistles says:

        I blame the bloody Jooz (5)

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        • 186
          Blowing Whistles says:

          IMPOSTER. (AND I HAVE TAKEN A PICTURE OF YOUR POSTING YOU f C’UNT)

          If BW wants to say summit about the J’s then BW will.

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        • 188
          Blowing Whistles says:

          btw Rsole IMPOSTER – SEE ABOVE At Dandy Fink fucker.

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          • Blowing Underage Whistles says:

            Sock puppets! Guidjo, make them stops! It be a conspirizy wiv the judges and the barristers and the fuzzies to silence the voice of me, who everyone says is the greatest poster since (continued on page 94- 194)

            I’ve taken photos of both your post, and used my polarhoid camara i kept special for just this, you fucking kants!

            I know where you posts!!

            (Shit, I’ve just read that back, and it reads just like the real thing! Weird!)

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            To BUW at 9:24 pm – every smear has a silver lining. Thanks for that.

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    ukip.i.am.not says:

    It’s a shame UKIP are, in large, composed of the most reprehensible former Tories.

    Never more proud of Scotland than when they chased Farage out of town

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  18. 33
    Walloon says:

    The ConDems are probably the worst government in the history of British Politics. They’ve turned recession into total depression, by doing the opposite of what was required, squeezing the life out of the economy, when it was already on it’s knees. The only beneficiaries have been wealthy employers who have used this meltdown to reduce wages and remove employee rights whilst snaffling a bigger percentage of the pie for themselves. The Lib Dems have wallowed in the shit produced by the Tories, reneging on their own principles and every promise they made pre-election, to hang onto power, instead of doing the decent thing in pulling the plug on this terrible Government

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    • 52
      jgm2 says:

      Fuck off you risible Labour apologist.

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      • 64
        Anonymous says:

        Support for the tories has fallen because they are tories. They signed up to a crooked deal with the libs to get power after they lost the election and have been part of an evil government ever since.

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        • 72
          jgm2 says:

          Labour that lost the 2010 election.

          Live with it.

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          • Yawns and looks out of window says:

            ukip took 22 to 26 seats off of the tories.

            with those seats they could have had a majority

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        • 75
          M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

          Labour tried first to do the deal but failed.

          The worst government in British history was either Callaghan’s or Brown’s.

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          • jgm2 says:

            I reckon the worst government in British history was the Labour government 1997 – 2010. Although Brown was uniquely incompetent as both chancellor and PM he couldn’t have survived without having some kind of hold over Blair. Blair must have known he (Brown) was insane and yet he couldn’t seem to fire him.

            Brown on the other hand, must have known that Blair too was compromised and yet he didn’t stick the knife in when Cook walked out thus dooming us to the Iraq war.

            It is impossible to separate their culpability.

            One could not have survived without the other.

            We just had to live with the consequences.

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          • nell says:

            Quite right jgm. The 13 years of terror!

            God forbid we ever have to go through that again!!

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          • A Reader says:

            Love your post nell, but you do realize that you have cast the 13 years of terror (illegal wars, murder on the NHS, Bla!r etc.) in an image not dissimilar to this:

            And that is a very cute care bear suit / child.

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        • 82
          Perse O'Nalley says:

          Ever since I was old enough to vote some 50 years ago, I followed the inclinations of my parents and voted Conservative. That was fine until the present bunch of snake-oil salesmen took office. Never again will I vote Conservative. Their leader, Cameron, has signally failed to even pretend to be a Conservative. He is a traitor to our country and is, it seems, hell bent on selling us off at the cheapest rates to a bunch of Euro-whores. Long live UKIP.

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    • 76
      nell says:

      ++++Laugh++++

      good try but we still have not forgotten the absolute debacle of gordon in his bunker and our trashed economy or go back before that to the liar bliar and his sidekick alycampbell who took us into an illegal war on that pretence of wmd at 45mins and the tragic death of drdavidkelly .

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      • 78
        nell says:

        ++++Laugh++++

        good try but we still have not forgotten the absolute debacle of gordon in his bunker and our trashed economy or go back before that to the liar bliar and his sidekick al yca mp bell who took us into an i lle gal w ar on that pretence of w m d at 45mins and the tragic death of d rd a vi dk elly .

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    • 90
      Owen Jones says:

      Other beneficiaries: Multiple property owners.

      But surely Fatcha’s was the worst government in the history of British Politics: remember the illegal war she started based on lies which killed half a million. And banks collapsing and being subsidised by the taxpayers, and all the rubbish piled up in the streets with bodies left unburied. Plus she closed almost as many mines as Wilson.

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    • 91
      ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

      So Labour was responsible for a global financial crash caused by a lack of regulation was it? Don’t fool yourself into thinking the Tories would have done any better. The Tories were calling for less regulation in 2006/7 – not more.

      Osborne right up until 2008 was also backing Labours spending plans. We’ve now suffered 3 years of stagnation because of failed austerity. Britains national debt has doubled under this government. By every single measure Osborne set himself in 2010 he has failed.

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      • 96
        jgm2 says:

        What ‘Global Financial Crisis’? Australia, China and Canada avoided this ‘Global Financial Crisis.

        It was a (and remains) a crisis of government deficit spending.

        But you know that you pathetic Labour apologist.

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        • 108
          C O (Ξ7q1) says:

          It is remarkable how the worst affected countries were those who were spending what they borrowed.

          As soon as they couldn’t borrow: Economic apocalypse.

          There is a very obvious lesson here that has not been learnt.

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      • 105
        M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

        UK plc is actually doing quite well this last year or so. Better than socialist France or Venezuela for example.

        Christ only knows what a shitstate we’d be in if somehow Clegg had teamed up with Brown to form a LibLab Calamity government. One shudders to think.

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      • 111
        liebour the peoples friend says:

        Liebour was the cause of the British financial crash, Brown was told many times if he didn’t check what he was up to he would fail, the arrogant twat carried on lieing and twisting and taxing and draining money on bad IT projects, ID cards, 1 million more uncivil servants, stealing money by taxing private pensions to pay for over the top wages and pensions then destroying ordinary peoples pensions , if he had left the pension system alone, we wouldn’t be in the sate we are in now, his £1.2 trillion over spend wouldn’t have existed , his 1 trillion PFI deals will last into the next century, stop playing whitewash merchant kousey your crap at it.

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      • 126
        Face the facts says:

        Sure the Tories wanted less regulation, but with McDoom’s curious invention splitting responsibility between three separate bodies, neither of them entirely sure what they were responsible for, we ended up with NO regulation.

        I don’t believe the Tories ever called for no regulation.

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  19. 34
    Peter Bone -Trougher says:

    Electoral Commission to “seek clarification” over UKIP MEP Nigel Farage’s constituency office funding http://bbc.in/1t5Cxfi

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    • 43
      Blowing Whistles says:

      There are jurisdictional issues as to where the allowances eminate from. Don’t mix up your jurisdictions and law – because the European Court of Human Rights is not fit for any purpose nor is it open and transparent. It might use the words Human Rights on the tin; but they do not practice in any way shape or form anything other than oppression duplicity opaqueness and legal rhetorical BS from the ECHR.

      It is known that the ECHR are and have been ‘closing down’ cases sent there by individuals i.e. individual members of the public.

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      • 198
        Blowing Whistles says:

        And BTW – the free fucking press won’t have been informing “The Public” about any of that – because the net is ‘KICKING THE FUCKING BUTTS’ of the friggin dirty journo’s who have frequented all the dark establishments that the vast majority of the across the board dirty MP’s have.

        Toilets Magoo Maguimissfire.

        Oh and i also coped the name of Rachel (deluding propagandist political bitch) Sylvester on an earlier blog today. And yeah i the emails on her as well. BITCH.

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  20. 38
    Right Full Rudder says:

    It would help if the Times, along with certain broadcast interviewers, understood the difference between expenses and allowances. You do not “claim” allowances. It is set by your employer and you get it on top of your salary. Whether you actually spend that amount on whatever it’s meant to be for is immaterial. When I worked lates I got £200 extra a month shift allowance I could have put towards taxis or petrol or prostitutes.

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    • 81
      UKIP or bust says:

      Personaly I couldn’t give a chicken or a duck what it’s called, as long as he keeps up the good work of calling the likes of barroso, rumpoy, clegg et al, out for what they are, and moves this country forward towards indipendance.

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  21. 44

    IBM have put in a massive computer in order to help Farage. It’s getting difficult to keep up the count of defectors from the slum party’s. Cameron seen in a hardware store purchasing a long piece of rope. Milliband writing a note to his Mrs before heading for Dover…….Clegg you say….Who’s he ?

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  22. 47
    Steve Lawson says:

    ‘Dodgy’ Nige is a lovable rogue. Just what the dumbed-down British media delivers to our goggle box daily as role models. He says what we think. If he fiddled a small bit from the EU – good luck to him. I suspect though, he is whiter than white, in the end.

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    • 58
      Wise Words says:

      - All publicity is good publicity (unless it is your obituary)
      – A straight till is never straight.

      All in all a win-win for UKIP today – and despite the best ‘efforts’ UKIP were still able to get the narrative back to their reasons for wanting the UK out of Europe.

      One hopes Danny is pleased with himself – he may yet be employed by UKIP.

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  23. 56
    Anonymous says:

    The Economy may be improving, but people are feeling a lot worse off.

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    • 77
      M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

      Bollocks. Then let’s ship these whining prats out to India, or Africa or the Far East and let them understand what REAL poverty is about. They’ll be begging to come back within hours.

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    • 168
      Human Nature says:

      That’s because they feel they have been treading water for half a decade. They have lost valuable time in meeting their aspirations.

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  24. 61
    nell says:

    Yesd indeed I agree with the DT.

    I am hoping we shall see both farage and boris in the HoP as MP’s come 2015. It will absolutely liven up the dull old place .

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    • 74
      (optional) says:

      Buffoons both. We need MPs who will represent their constituents, not play at politics.

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      • 83
        nell says:

        Ho Hum. Course we do . What we need are more militwits and bullyballs with a few chuckusyamoney’s thrown in for the odd laugh!!

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      • 286
        UK Citizen says:

        They can fuck about all they like; I do not want any more of hectoring, intolerant, authoritarian bastards that fill the ranks of LibLabCon

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    • 417
      the guido old days says:

      It wouldn’t liven it up as much as setting fire to it would.

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  25. 69
    George Osborne says:

    Help-To-Buy-To-Let is going well, isn’t it?

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  26. 73
    Dave 'dopey dunce dunce' Cameron says:

    Having great time building sandcastles on the beach.

    Sam said she was going to take me out to the golf course tomorrow as she needs someone to carry her clubs.

    I like feeling special.

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    • 88
      nell says:

      On a more serious note I read somewhere that he’s having quiet meetings on the side in europe with other leaders about this threat of w a r in the U k r a i n e . I hope I’m wrong. I’d much rather he was building sandcastles with the kids on the beach!!

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    • 199
      LLC Out says:

      Hopefully you’ll end up like that guy they found 40 foot up a tree and decomposing…no offence, like…c n ut

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  27. 84
    The Times says:

    We are sure that Herr H!tler has purely peaceful intentions in seeking closer integration with Czechoslovakia.

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  28. 86
    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    All you are voting for is this – who do you prefer to impose more neoliberalism, austerity, PFIs, privatisation and curtailing of liberties? It’s like asking “what colour tie would you like me to wear while I stick pins in your eyes?”

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    • 95
      nell says:

      PFI’s were the brainchild of gordon and bullyballs and most of them over schools and hospitals were signed sealed and delivered before this coalition came into being. Our local hospital has been left with a £40million per year deficit from gordon’s days!

      curtailing of liberties was hattyharpics speciality and she really went to town on it whilst in office.

      and austerity came about because the economically illiterate gordon and his inept sidekick bullyballs trashed the economy leaving the treasury as baldemort sneered on the day labour walked out of office with ‘ no money left’!

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    • 416
      Mickey Moussa says:

      Yes, that’s exactly what it’s like. You’re so intelligent, and incisive, I know when I’m outclassed.

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      nell says:

      Had an interesting conversation with an elderly Uncle today who is a true blue Tory. He tells me he has every intention of voting UKIP in the EU election because he wants to give the tories a kicking over Europe but that he will revert to voting Tory come 2015.

      I think there are many people who are going to do that.

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      • 109
        M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

        I think there will be some interesting votes in the EU election. It’s the opportunity for a lot of folk to send a serious message to the Tories without risking a nutjob Labour government. UKIP will come first or second.

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      • 121
        How upseting , not says:

        I will be voting UKIP for the May Euros and 2015, I’m not really caring if Labour get the 2015 vote, we tried in 2010 to change things voting for Camorons Conservatives and we ended up the worst of all worlds, the Libcraps and Camoron heir to Bliar , left left followed by left wing Conservatives, you couldn’t make it up, Conservatism is dead, long live Camorons Conservative.

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      • 140
        Blue Velvet says:

        I was a true blue tory, but will be voting UKIP in May and in 2015, there are not the tories I used to vote for.

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  30. 102
    fuckarper says:

    Dyno-Rod Dave is pleased that inflation is coming down (joke) – he comments not from Downing Street where he should be working but from Tenerife, where he’s on holiday, again!!

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    • 119
      R. Youshore says:

      Taking a holiday with the favour before Easter ? Shocking behaviour !

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    • 249
      Analyst says:

      He’s on paternity leave again

      Trying to grow a pair

      PS Unbelivable that the little prick goes on holiday in the middle of Ukraine crisis…

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    • 275
      Lost his touch says:

      Spain acting the cùnt over Gibraltar, and our gormless PM sends them a harsh message by continuing his holiday there. He should have booked somewhere else, and let it be known why. The Spaniards would shit it if there was a British boycott.

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  31. 106
    sanity says:

    talking of siding with someone – Britain once again aligning itself with USA who naturally condemn Russia for Ukraine involvement whilst themselves wanting to get involved in Ukraine – did they ask their populations or do they don’t give a damn what people think?

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      C O (Ξ7q1) says:

      On matters such as this the people don’t really get a say, unless they stage a revolution or there is a military coup on their behalf.

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      • 434
        Victoria Nuland & Ann Applebaum says:

        Ukrainian troops defecting to the pro-Russians at multiple sites. The neocons may not get their war after all.

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  32. 127
    The British media are cunts says:

    This blog used to be very good, until the owner decided to suck the dick of the MSM.

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  33. 130
    The British media are cunts says:

    Fucking BBC giving 8illy Fagg airtime again.

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  34. 133
    where's the beef? says:

    Just a note to say that British beefsteak is shit. If you like a good steak and can’t get to a decent butchers, do NOT be tempted to buy it from ANY of the supermarket chains in the UK, even M&S. At all costs avoid like the fucking plague those overpriced pieces of shoe leather that have been endorsed by a celebrity chef and have been said to have been hung for 25 days or whatever. What’s happened to our fucking meat ffs? You can’t even get a decent bit of dripping from a beef joint these days. The last piece of decent steak I bought was from one of those butchers trucks at Blackbushe market, and I only went along with that because someone was going halves. They were spot on. Before that it was some ribeye that I bought from a village butchers in Wales.

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    • 149
      Buy it while you can says:

      Those trucks sell some decent meat, well the one that goes to Beeston market on Wednesday does, even the veggy seller sells some nice stuff, you see marked vans with hotel and pub names buying from them.

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    • 153
      Anonymous says:

      No.133. Really funny and really true.

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      • 158
        England says:

        I agree. The last decent piece of beef I had was called ‘Chateaubriand’ or somesuch francophone tosh.

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  35. 134
    The British media are cunts says:

    People need to wake up to the truth that we will never get a vote to leave the EU. If Cameron doesn’t get a majority in 2015 (very likely) and managed somehow to end up as the biggest party he’d happily drop the referendum and use the excuse that it was done to do a deal with the Limp Dims.

    Even if he managed to get a majority he’d find some way to get out of it or if by some miracle we did get the referendum and voted to leave, the EU would make us have another referendum until we changed out minds and voted the correct way.

    I’m not even sure we’d ever get a proper in out vote, the wording would somehow be such that it would be very vague and open to interpretation.

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    • 144
      Willy Vague says:

      A question like, would you like to stay in the EU and benefit from a lottery win each week, or would you like to leave the EU a start third world war leading to the extinction of mankind.
      That sounds like the kind of question we will be offered if ever.

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    • 145
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      If what why when shoulder woulder coulder… fuck the lying three headed Cerberus and vote UKIP, English Dems or B&P if you have to.

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    • 206
      Blowing Whistles says:

      And the other classic excuse the PM of the day (Repeat of the day) and his honchos use when the going gets really tough about a vote on the EU is:

      It’s not the right time ………. Dohhhhhhh!

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      cured lefty says:

      + loads and loads

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  36. 156
    Maria Miller says:

    What’s the missionary position ?

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  37. 160
    Mooz Watch says:

    So Pob appoints anti terr’or chief to check out Brum schools. Local plod object. It’s over the top and not necessary, they say with an eye on a warm summer of ri’ots. We shall see.

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  38. 161
    Anonymous says:

    He looked rather sickly too.

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    • 163
      Johnny English says:

      Matthew Paris should have thought about that before he pissed off the Conservative voter base by pushing so much wetrosexual anti-Britishness.

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    • 164
      Bender Watch says:

      He knows better than to describe an allowance with the word expenses. The old puff.

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      • 209
        Blowing Whistles says:

        He Parris – made a “Turkey that would vote for Christmas” of himself on CH4 News. Thanks for that you F-wit Parris oh and when asked about his schooling he rep’lied': “I think ….” Double reslut.

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  39. 165
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    A balanced interview with two lefty females on C4 News. Laurie Penny looks like a cheap prostitute, the other sounded like daffy duck.

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  40. 172
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Sorry UKIPPERS but your lad Nigel is no different to any other politico. Do as I say not as I do!

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    • 176
      Londoner says:

      No. He is very different. He loves this country. None of the others want a free and independent country. None of the others gives a shit about ordinary people.

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      • 187
        LLC Out says:

        You can’t argue against the common sense party..the lib/lab/con are stuffed by Farage’s natural answers. I think at last we have somebody on our side.

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        A lesson from history says:

        @176 Londoner

        Hitler loved his country and people. Look what happened to him…

        “Judea Declares War on Germany”

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        • 266
          C O (Ξ7q1) says:

          Your attempted historical analogy only demonstrates a complete lack of understanding of history.

          That reasoning is much more applicable to Putin.

          He invaded G’eorgia back in 2008: Which is perhaps when WWIII started.

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          • Analyst says:

            Actually Georgia attacked Russia in 2008, you liar

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          • C O (Ξ7q1) says:

            That depends on how you view the territory of South Ossetia.

            The R’ussian backed government there was never internationally recognized, so the argument that G’eorgia was attempting to reclaim its territory.

            That the R’ussian 58th was ready and waiting was an impressive coincidence.

            In the current climate it is perhaps better to be more precise about this: R’ussia invaded G’eorgia.

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          • A lesson from history says:

            Putin is a national socialist.

            National socialists are state builders. Libertarians are state wreckers. It is whay Afghanistan will fail and why the US will fail in the end.

            Russia kicked out their wreckers in the early part of the c20th only for Germany to aid their return in order to get Russia off their second front during WW1.

            Where else did thos wreckers emigrate to during the early part of the c20th. Where are the financial centres of the Western world now, sucking the life out out the countries thay control.

            Perhaps it is you that has a complete lack of understanding of history.

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          • C O (Ξ7q1) says:

            Then how come the USSR totally collapsed ?

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          • Rickytshirt says:

            The United States was launched as a very small state nation, in a few decades it turned into the greatest power on Earth. Unfortunately, the Government grew massively and the growth stalled.

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      Blowing Whistles says:

      A lifetime of blinkers has clouded your ability to think for yourself there Idontneed. You fucking do you twat. You who would sing rupes praises at every turn – Rupe has fooled you and so many others JFHC.

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  41. 180
    Dave's Little Willie says:

    To prove we have no double standards in the West, we will be condemning any killing of revolutionary protesters by the unelected coup government of UK*raine, in the same way we condemned the killing of revolutionary protesters by the democratically elected legitimate government of UK*raine.

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    • 202
      UN Security Council says:

      And impose sanctions on the oligarchs who have pillaged Ukraine and Russia

      And who are buying up London with their loot

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    • 203
      Scouse Flowerseller says:

      And in Labia, Syria, West Bank, Palestine, Uncle Tom Cobley. You prick, stop condemning, no one gives a fuck what you or catchy astray say.

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  42. 191
    Nige Bevvin' says:

    The point about Farrage is that the UK public – or about 70% of it – is relieved to have someone who can articulate their concerns and anxieties about mass immigration without strutting around in a brown shirt in front of the mirror.

    That is why the public are ignoring all the mud, sleaze and fandangos: they are determined to ignore them because they recognise the threat to the UK is very, very serious. If you think it’s just because he’s a nice bloke, you haven’t understood what’s going on.

    Members of our political elite certainly don’t.

    If I was Farrage I think I’d be a bit worried…what will the elite resort to now if smear don’t work?

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  43. 200
    Scouse Flowerseller says:

    Yeah, it’s bin a great 25years, here’s to another, cheers la.

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  44. 201
    C O (Ξ7q1) says:

    This is worth a read:

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  45. 204
    Times reader says:

    I prefer Kim Kardashian’s cameltoe to Farage’s expenses

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  46. 210
    Pliny the Welder says:

    No poo, Poirot! The Telegraph, owned by the weirdo Barclay twins is backing UKRAP? Would that be the same weirdo twins who have subsidised fag ashe’ s back operations, after the plane crash? The same ones who are hosting his 50th birthday party?
    That’s about as suprising as Blowing Underage Whistles having a rant about the latest legal battle he’s lost because the 4×2’s and the 7 foot lizards are conspiring to get him.

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    • 220
      Fat Piggy Bankowitz says:

      Hello Shlomo, are you upset that there is one piece of the British MSM that your tribe doesn’t own?

      BTW – how’s the weather been in Tel Aviv today?

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    • 221
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Pliny the returning bad penny / sore loser welder … You are invited, if fact i require you to elaborate upon you ref to some legal battle lost ….

      Here’s a clue Pliny – There is a huge difference between legal and lawful and people should know.

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  47. 213
    C O (Ξ7q1) says:

    This is from the convicted fraudster alluded to but not explicitly named earlier today:

    Perhaps running the risk of wasting police time, she should be deported back to Bosn!a.

    If you check her T’witter timeline she has actively outed herself: She has an interest in promoting her book which nearly burned Pol Scrapbook last year.

    L’ee J’asper has been keeping it unusually classy today.

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    • 219
      Buy it while you can says:

      If she feels that Farage has to answer to plod then, let her do it, I don’t see it as a problem, if as expected Farage comes out clean, it’s more PR , as I won’t ever read her book, who cares if she has a book to sell, no doubt her encounter with plod will put her on tv to let her sell her book, I won’t watch it,

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      • 231
        C O (Ξ7q1) says:

        This one is bona fide damaged goods.

        Will be interesting to see if she gets on TV – suspect with the conviction that border line sniping and Twitter similar to M’acShane is about as far as she will get.

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        • 413
          Hasno Buttsack says:

          Plod might take her down to Waterstones to buy a dictionary so that she understands what the word “Allowance” means.

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  48. 217
    Blowing Whistles says:

    i don’t know which current actor is the worst Oscar … crybaby or wait for it Coulson …

    Coulson quoted in the press today ‘That affair with Rebekah and the pain it caused my wife – Coulson’

    Coulson wasn’t thinking of his wife when he was shagging the minx – oh but now he uses hindsight rhetoric to try for a sympathy vote.

    Does his wife realise how he is using her for the get out clause. What a bastard – but then again his highly paid shyster has coached him of course.

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    • 235
      Whistle while you twerk :-) says:

      You raise an interesting point.

      Just how many married men think of their wife when playing away from home ?

      Excluding menage a trois with the wife, perhaps this is something women and fem!nists have overlooked in their castigation of unfaithful men.

      Would be very kinky, and perhaps a complement.

      What do you think ?

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  49. 222
    Anonymous says:

    Strange how The Times refused the MP’s leaked expenses file. At least the Telegraph did the right thing.

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    • 272
      The MSM's war on the Bloggers says:

      Just remember The Times betrayal of ‘Nightjack’ which they did out of pure spite. Utter bastards. Fuck them !

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  50. 223
    Pliny the Welder says:

    Bloody hell! Blowing Underage Whistles has uploaded a video about his life, on YouTube:

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    • 229
      Mr Whistles significant other says:

      He IS so much cooler online!

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    • 237
      Loon Watch says:

      Alastair, is that you?

      How’s the drink problem these days?

      Don’t let it get you down.

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    • 252
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Ahh di dums ….. Plinys got really really mad at BW …. Ahhhhh.

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      • 276
        Pliny the Welder says:

        You make the same mistake repeatedly, and as Einstein said, the definition of madness is someone who repeats the same thing again and again expecting a different result.
        I actually couldn’t give a shit if you never posted again, I just love to turn the key in your back, you beige slacks wearing bed wetter.

        There….. Fixed it for you.

        JFHC, you must love the ignominy of being bitch slapped in public for being an ignorant c^nt, ‘cos you keep coming back for more!

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  51. 228
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    HHHHEEEEEEEEELLLLLLPPPPPP !!!!

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    • 265
      Nonce Protector General says:

      Clegg has got blood on his hands.

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    • 287
      It's all going pear shaped says:

      Dear oh dear. Our bent establishment is not having a very good few weeks.

      Perhaps a nice little war somewhere will get us plebs waving the flag. We’ll be partying like 1914 all over again.

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    • 298
      LLC Out says:

      Totally agree with you…..but brush up on the grammatics, my son. You’re a liar, geezer…not “your”….. …geddit?………….innt?…………cool…..

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    • 423
      Pompey Voter says:

      … and he carried on doing it when Handy’s victim wrote to complain. Where is Handy anyway? Gone to earth it appears. We are all waiting to see if he puts in his nomination for Fratton Ward next week for the Local Elections.

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  52. 242
    Nick Clogg says:

    How many lies do I have to tell before they grab me by the scruff of the neck and drown me in dogshit?

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    • 256
      ████ 'changed my tune ' Hoon says:

      Keep lying right up until the moment you’re in the Crown Court, ask for the charges to be dismissed, waste police time and public money, then, on the day of the trial, suddenly plead guilty.

      Do a few months in a cushy little prison then come out and do a few lucrative consultancy jobs. Shack up with some right old munter and Bob’s your uncle.

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  53. 244
    Frank's Son says:

    Poor Guido, how he was hoping The Times had Nige on the rack. What’s wrong? Scared he taking more and more votes away from your beloved Dave? Must be stopped at all and any costs?

    That’s what paid up establishment shills do. Shame on you.

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  54. 246
    Anonymous says:

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    • 253
      Blowing Whistles says:

      i wonder what lodge he is a member of.

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    • 285
      Jack says:

      And he’s not ashamed of being part of the Murdoch criminal mob?

      Who the fuck do these jumped up pimps think they are?

      You are not a Conservative Mr Parris

      You are a disgrace

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      • 317
        Blowing Whistles says:

        And of course his whole lifetimes credibility is on the line here – and its blown to fucking pieces. Sweet.

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    • 369
      Anonymous says:

      he looked really unwell. not that i give a fuck. that prick crick fair play to him did in fact confirm that it was an allowance not expenses and than along comes matthew who pretends he didn’t hear what crick said and makes out it was expenses. what a twat.

      there is some interesting correspondence from his time as thatchers whatever between him and that fellow who did the national campaign to reform the obscene publications act. in fact pretty much all of their letters/pamphlets/etc are online should anyone want to sift through it all.

      http://www.infotextmanuscripts.org/ncropa/ncropa_site_index.html

      i was looking for connections between tuppy owens, ncorpa and nccl. because i remember my disgusting step father had a copy of the “sex maniacs diary” which was published by tuppy and there was a listing for p.[.e. in one of its sections.

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    • 371
      The ghost of the 1st victim of Marxism says:

      I actually think he looks uncomfortable telling this lie.
      When they deny something and give you a list. …….Write it down. .then try to work out who’s not mentioned. ….They’ll be the ones pulling the strings.
      Basic political trick…….pure Clinton.

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    • 387
      CIA Black Ops Watch says:

      What a sad old out of touch has been he has become. I thought this might be caused by spending too much time slurping up to Mur-doch, but a review of his life shows he’s just a spoilt jerk who likes being contrarian to show off for the hell of it. He achieved nothing in Parliament for anybody – just a bum ln a seat. His pro-EU stance is probably due to his residence in an old building he grandly describes as a castle in Catalonia.

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  55. 257
    Concerned Patriot says:

    Nigel, watch your back. They are out to get you, one way or another.

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    • 292
      Liblabcon says:

      If our co-ordinated media smears don’t work, there’s always our directly funded UAF goon squads.

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    • 303
      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      He must in all seriousness take pains to ensure his security as far as is possible, the EUSSR Kommissars, I am sure will stop at nothing.

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  56. 258
    UKIP or bust says:

    I would so love to be a fly on the wall to hear what lib/lab/con/bbc/eu parties are discussing on how to smear, discredit and upset the swell of support behind Farage and UKIP.

    I’ll bet there are some pretty outrageous and OTT suggestions; though its the down right ludicrous ones I would especially like to witness, the type of madcap scheem equivalent to when a group of stoned weed smokers discuss, in all seriousness, how to build a submarine to smuggle quality weed from abroad.

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    • 407
      self-congratulating left-wing hipster says:

      self-congratulating left-wing hipster says:
      Your comment is awaiting moderation.

      Clarks on, Clark son, Daily Mail Reader, big ot, UKIP, Kil roy-Silk, Far age, Far age, ra cist, little England er, diver sity, BB C, Guardian, Dr Who, scoff, scoff, snigger, aren’t I clever mummy.

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    • 408
      self-congratulating left-wing hipster says:

      se lf-congra tulating l eft- wing hips ter says:
      You r co mment is awaiting m oder ation.

      self-congr atulating le ft-wi ng hi pster says:
      Yo ur com ment is awai ting mo der ation.

      Clarks on, Clark son, Da ily Ma il Re ader, big ot, UK IP, Kil roy-Silk, Far age, Far age, ra cist, little Engl and er, diver sity, BB C, Gua rdian, Dr Who, scoff, scoff, snig ger, ar en’t I cle ver mumm y.

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  57. 259
    We love you Danny Finkelstein says:

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    • 281
      Analyst says:

      And don’t forget his lying neocon Times colleague Aaranovitch

      The evil twins

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      • 293
        Libertarian Times says:

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        • 318
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Time to look back at the werrity / fox imbroglio i think.

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          • C O (Ξ7q1) says:

            Mark down the 29th of this month in your diary.

            Bibi is pissed that P’alestine have signed the documents of state, and doesn’t like either the US peace plan, Ch!na not playing ball, or a certain Mr. Pollard not being handed over before the shooting starts.

            Methinks he is perhaps figuring that his insurance policy has just expired.

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    • 439
      (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

      The rather good musical team of George Clinton and Bootsie Collins. Magic! Great music to go men’uw to at a par’eh!

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  58. 263
    Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

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  59. 271
    Analyst says:

    Where is Chilcot?

    Blair must be tried for war crimes and treason

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    • 290
      Dr Kavid Delly says:

      I last saw him sitting under a tree with a pen knife and a pracetomol.

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    • 291
      Hand of history round his fucking throat says:

      Where’s Blair?

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    • 321
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Do not be deceived by the blair / wendi / Rupe stories – they may be considered as fit for the public ‘tittle tattle’ – to distract that both men are damned by their acts (multiple) and doings (wrong) during the reign of terror when Rupe was tony’s leading cheerleeder/ warmonger.

      Rupe is caught by his own petard and firm backing of the bliar.

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  60. 295
    Anonymous says:

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  61. 297
    cured lefty says:

    Farage is a breath of fresh air , he may morph into a fence sitting fucker like the rest of them, but for the time being his style might force the status quo to step up their game(I live in hope)

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  62. 300
    Anonymous says:

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  63. 304
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

    THE ‘POINTLESS PARTY’ IS THE ‘POINTMORE’ PARTY TONIGHT !! :)

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  64. 309
    Anonymous says:

    #LameStuff

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    • 313
      Libertarian Times says:

      As Einstein said…”the definition of madness is someone who repeats the same thing again and again expecting a different result”.

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      • 324
        Blowing Whistles says:

        remind me which organ ran the hit.ler diaries?

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        • 334
          Mong the Miliband says:

          That would be Stern.

          The T’imes and Newsweek retained copies to help build credibility.

          This came up during L’eveson.

          David Irving played an important role in exposing the hoax.

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      • 332
        Pliny the Welder says:

        So- anow an Einstein fan as well. can I interest you in some flags to burn as well?

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      • 342
        Anonymous says:

        Do fuck off. First he never said it, and secondly if you are doing something like frinstance tossing a coin, then doing it and expecting the same result each time would be a bit madder than expecting a different result, don’t you think?

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    • 319
      Anonymous says:

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  65. 311
    Dan the man says:

    Why have you sided with Nige, guido? Thought you did not like politicians who like to waste our money!

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    • 315
      Shirl the girl says:

      Libertarians of a feather…flock together.

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    • 384
      Taxpayer says:

      Money spent on beer, fags and getting us out of the EU is not wasted. It’s better than promoting gay marriage and Mercedes sales through foreign aid.

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  66. 320
    oioi says:

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  67. 327
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Rupert – “it’s ooooover” you and Arthur Siskind and many others are asked to put your dirty fucking evil hands up.

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  68. 329
    Fishy says:

    How is it that only I can prevent wildfires, according to Smokey the Bear?

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  69. 335
    Handypara says:

    Paxman classic, on Labour not being trusted on the economy.
    Labour spokeswoman: “We’re trying to do something we’ve never done before . . .”
    Paxman interjection: “What? Manage it (the economy) properly?

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  70. 345
    Salmond's mummy says:

    If you insist on setting up home on your own, I won’t underwrite your mortgage.

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  71. 368
    mark t says:

    The Times’ Alice Thompson is married to Ed Heathcoat Amory and as well as being in the inner circle of the Conservative party it should perhaps be noted that Ed was recently given a lucrative job by arch pro Europe lobbyist Roland Rudd. Just saying…

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    • 381

      Had you considered that the words in the inner circle of the Conservative party may, in the post-modern environment, conjure up a rather different mental image to the one which you had, in all innocence, intended?

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  72. 370
    The ghost of the 1st victim of Marxism says:

    Why is Matthew Parris so keen to divert public attention away from the Cyril Smith sex abuse story ?
    Nothing to dp with being an ‘enterist’ Marxist following the Ernst Rhom school of gay liberation..

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    • 383
      Mirror says:

      Pay no heed to the wetrosexuals.

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    • 388
      Village Idiot says:

      …..Matthew Parris is a total irrelevance who is part of the hated establishment,and I believe he has been knobbled!….Odd,because at one time I rated him,sadly, no more!

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      • 391
        Nick Clegg Should Resign says:

        Matthew Paris lives in Spain. Why anyone reads what he says about the politics of a country he has a limited personal committment to is beyond me. He has no idea what is going on here. The man is a total phoney.

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  73. 372
    albacore says:

    Our current Parliament is such utter shite
    Except in pissing on us from a great height
    Its incompetence is wondrous to behold
    Is there owt it don’t cock up, if truth be told?
    So, only asking, don’t you reckon it’s time
    To flush out the lot of the treacherous slime?

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  74. 374
    i got fucked ragged at boarding school and now i am a top mp/qc/ceo so where's the harm? says:

    evans sounds like heavens. another ritualistic swerve on the part of the soon to be annihilated or the rather more mundane attempt to bring in anonymity for the establishment if they get caught with their trousers down and end up in the dock? macslime got what? and spewhne? meanwhile some poor teenage fuckers who rioted and pilfered sports wear got 4 years. an attempt to deter people from rioting again perhaps? guess what?! when the truth about the abuse cover ups comes out rioting will be the least of your problems.

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    • 382
      Londoner says:

      You may not have noticed but there have been no more riots since. Prison works – when applied in a timely fashion.

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      • 393
        Orange faced Secretary of State for NI says:

        ….except n the case of Irish terrorism, where I let the terrorists go free.

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    Rupert Murdochs Bunker says:

    Forks, now the Times why am I surrounded by cnuts.

    Get me HR somebody

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  77. 389
    Nick Clegg, Paeeedophilophole says:

    Have I resigned yet?

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    • 392
      ████ 'changed my tune ' Hoon says:

      Wait till it gets to Court. Only then should you consider doing the decent thing.

      Until then, keep lying through your teeth.

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      • 395
        Leon Brittan says:

        Do you really think Clegg will let his shameful double life get to court? I have always imagined him falling on someone’s sword, if not his own.

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      • 396
        Click 'N egg says:

        He’s got to lose the Urine Elections first.

        Now that the Libidinous Demagogues have rejoined the “Others”, he should be out by the end of May.

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        • 399
          The Pope says:

          A man willing to cover up and lie about paeeedophilia in his party should not be the Deputy Prime Minister. The Queen, on the advice of Cameron, should sack him.

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  78. 401
    C O (Ξ7q1) says:

    This is not very friendly:

    ‘Fonzie’ doesn’t deserve that – perhaps she and the other Labour fridges should focus on homosexual male dominance… :-)

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    • 403
      The Pope says:

      No idea who Sarah Ditum is. Is this a new way of trying to become famous – being rude about Harry Cole on twitter?

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  79. 412
    Tom Twatson says:

    Although I haven’t read the Times article on this fiasco myself (no subscription – I’m not filling Murdoch’s pockets!) I understand from a neighbour that in this article the Times accuses Nigel Farage of syphoning money to the Cayman Islands! Oh dear, if that’s not true (and Farage is vehemently denying it!) then I’m sure he will not simply accept a published retraction, but will sue the shit out of Murdoch!

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    Anonymous says:

    “Telegraph Side with Nige”
    Whatever happened to investigative journalism? If it has gone the way of the Dodo, maybe someone should investigate if that approach to life is leading us the same way. Preferably sooner rather than later, mind.

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    Wendi's Karate Chop to the Gonads says:

    Laughable attempts by the political elite to beat the UK populace back into line.

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Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann on Cameron’s refusal to pay the £1.7 billion EU bill by December 1st:

“Well, then he’s gonna pay on December 2nd”



Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!


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