April 21st, 2014

Rich’s Monday Morning View


  1. 1
    a non says:

    Why attempt to change a whiner like Ed?


  2. 2

    Ed’s expression is classic. The first time I’ve laughed at a Rich cartoon. Pity you left the bird-dropping out.


    • 10
      Ockham's Razor says:

      In considering appearances, people mostly underestimate the length of time that evolution takes…


    • 126
      Tom Yum says:

      My view exactly. Hilarious!


    • 147
      Labour is the nasty party. says:

      As long as this dork is leader of the Labour Party ,they have no chance . Can you imagine
      Miliband negotiating and mixing with world leaders .Way out of his depth.


  3. 4
    Tom Baldwin says:

    Yankee go home.


    • 80
      The Growler says:

      Aussie bog off. Really, why can’t our political parties find a a British person to manage their election campaigns, or is the esteem by which UK political parties are held by the great British public so very low that no British person or firm would take the job on, in case the smell of corruption tainted them forever in the UK.


    • 163
      Not Blowing Whistles says:


      • 255
        WTF?! says:

        So WTF do british Politicians hire Zio-Yank warmongers as their “advisers”?!
        It looks more like they are their Mos sad handlers.


        • 353
          Henry says:

          Where does your obsession with this race come from

          All these thousands and thousands of messages about one race.

          Do you secretly wish you’d been born one?

          Do you realise how abnormal this is.


          • WTF?! says:

            Firstly, ZioLoons aren’t are neither a “race” nor “victims”, you whining cretin,
            Secondly, the West has been dragged into wars by Axlerod and his scum ZioCons.
            Thirdly, answer the question.
            Fourthly, WTF is it to you anyway?


          • Aardvark says:

            But the only ZioLoon here is you.
            You’re the only person on this site who cares what religion this man is.

            You’re the only person here who thinks that any J*w in public life is part of an international conspiracy.

            But I do think that it is the responsibility of normal people to challenge hatred.

            You’re Guido’s own little ZioLoon


          • WTF?! says:

            Zionism isn’t a religion, you Idiot.
            Zionism is about the stealing of land by a bunch of supremacist nutters who pretend to be victims. The same nutters who expect the whole west to got to war with Muslims and now Russians for their poxy racist colony and greedy financial desires.


          • Aardvark says:


            So you’re a human rights campaigner, worried about Palestinian rights. And not someone who just hates J*ws.

            Would you describe yourself as an admirer of Hitler.

            Your theories are remarkably similar to his. Particularly about J*ws getting other people to fight their wars for them and controlling the world.


          • WTF?! says:

            Z io loons are the ones driving out indigenous peoples to impose their culture on stolen land, you Hypocrite.
            That’s about as NA ZIstic as you can get!


    • 318
      Big Ted says:

      Has he got a work permit?

      If things don’t go well with Ed, he could always moonlight as a Wilford Brimley impersonator


  4. 6
    Jack Dromey says:

    I like blackrod.


  5. 8
    Len McCluskey says:

    Ed’s my bitch.


    • 151
      The two muppets. says:

      Miliband cannot even have a crap without permission from McClusky.


      • 157
        Labour is the nasty party. says:

        Miliband ,Balls and Burnham ,Gods gift to the Conservative Party.


        • 264
          The two muppets. says:

          I see that the teachers are going on strike again in June , They will never learn .
          Miliband has not got the guts to condemn the NUT . As they own him.


        • 314
          M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

          Funny they never go on strike in August disrupting their own paid holidays.


  6. 9
    unite-ed again says:

    Geppetto and Pinocchio together again.

    Look! No strings……..


  7. 11
    Tony Caplin says:

    I’ve just finished reading a great book called ” Falling Out Of Bed” by Eileen Dover.


  8. 12
    Ockham's Razor says:

    I thought a hooker was a league forward.

    Until I discovered Axelrod…


  9. 13
    Maria Miller says:

    The right-wing nationalism of the United Kingdom Independence Party – World Socialist Web Site: http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2014/04/19/ukip-a19.html


    • 19
      Lefties gobs says:

      Another ringing endorsement of the common sense policies of UKIP.
      Thaks world socialists, you secured another vote for UKIP there.


    • 20
      Peter Grimes says:

      What’s wrong with a bit of right-wing nationalism?

      Have you seen what 13 years of left-wing socialism, laced of course with abject stupidity and vaunting vanity, did to the UK?


      • 33
        ...the road to hell says:

        …it’s the economy stoopid.

        What the Loser Party fail to understand is that it doesn’t really matter what colour you (r politics) are, all that matters is results you deliver.

        The Far East has more than one example of a fascist nationalist regime that delivers economic development.

        If, like Labour, you destroy the economy, then nobody cares about your good intentions.


    • 85
      Colin the Meek says:

      That’s quite heartening. The “World Socialist Web Site” (sic) publishes an earnest and lengthy article smearing UKIP.

      The article attracts only 2 comments, one from a barely literate Guardianista, the other from someone who simply says “I like UKIP and I hope they do very well”.

      World Socialism appears to be dying on its arse.


      • 182
        Peter Grimes says:

        Apart from the fact that 35% at least of the lumpen electorate will vote for Miliminor Wallace at the next GE and he may well get in and go on to further ruin the UK!

        God (can I say that?) help us if he does get in!!


        • 302
          Veiled Threat says:

          …Won,t prevent me from voting UKIP!


        • 323
          35% Labour, 35% Tory, 9% LibDem, 12% UKIP, 9% Others says:

          I’d say 35% is the best that Millitalent could ever hope for, but he could struggle to even make that…

          With 12 months to go, and only on 35% and declining, Labour are in serious shit… what can they do? Dump him? Even if they wanted to, their rules would tear them apart when they least needed it; so they’re stuck with him… How can they make him suddenly talented and likeable, after more than 3 years of failing to be either?!
          Worst of all, they haven’t even got any coherent policies, all they seem to be doing is depending upon the Tories f’ucking it all up. However uninspiring the Tories are, and however much they are alienating their own core vote, they lack sufficient incompetence to save Labour.

          It’s very reminiscent of watching Labour of the 1980s… Miliband 2015 = Kinnock 1987… just a complete f’ucking disaster area, with no hope of a recovery until the remnants of new Labour are purged from the front bench.


          • Spockster says:

            It’s worse than that, Jim.

            Putting aside the sundry faults of Kinnockio, he did at least have the balls to not only stand up to the militant fuckwits within Labour, but he actually got rid of them.

            Miliband is not fit to lick the dog shit off Kinnock’s hush puppies.


      • 287
        Diane "Brownings Out" Abbott says:

        The Guardianista says UKIP are from “the ruling class”

        The article says “the British ruling elite”

        Odd. I’d got the impression that the ruling elite seemed to be in favour of the EU.

        BTW, the Guardianista “Dickinson” — is that his name or his hobby?


        • 402
          Spockster says:

          The left are really struggling to explain UKIP in a way that fits their usual narrative.

          Others on the left are trying to portray UKIP voters as po’ white trash.


    • 171
      Hypocrisy watch says:


  10. 14
    MacPherson strut says:

    I could have been a contender, but Mr Moriband said my knob was too big.


  11. 15
    Nick Clegg says:

    UKIP’s European Election Billboards cause right wing political bloggers to have orgasms: A series of new advertising billboards from the UK In… http://bit.ly/1lqO1oa


    • 17
      nell says:

      Great posters.

      And the proof of that is in the outrage of the leftie Nazis.

      VOTE UKIP.


      • 26
        Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

        Great posters, always remember all the political parties have teams waiting to get onto social media to try and counteract anything they think will cost them votes.

        Miliband and Clegg will be very concerned about these as the are right on the mark

        As many people have commented before it is no coincidence that the worst 200 or so places to live in the UK have labour MPs

        Abbott, Blair and Clegg made sure their kids didn’t have to go to inner city schools

        Finally the white working class are waking up to the fact that white middle class Oxbridge.
        MPs are giving away their birthright.


      • 31
        Barnehurst Bob says:

        Great posters indeed. The lefts outrage is knee jerk from what I’ve seen so far. No real counter argument over the central message, probably because they can’t. Just the usual name calling, it’s always a sign that they’ve lost.


        • 45
          Waving or drowning says:

          The moment Arnie Graf was hired, was a sign they’d lost. Firing him and hiring Axelrod is their final declaration of defeat.
          Show us your posters Ed!


      • 87
        nell says:

        well good morning to you too. Hope you have a peaceful Easter Day.


      • 317
        top poster says:

        Actually, if you compare these posters to the most memorable UK election posters ever, even UKIP’s worst enemies would have to grudgingly admit that their 2014 posters are really top draw – the finger one evocative of the famous WWI Kitchener poster.

        Compare to these, and most of them are pretty weak in comparison.



    • 22
      Di Rear says:

      Pretty good posters if you ask me. Finally something the MSM don’t have any control over. Wait for the liblabcon to start whinging with faux outrage at what are actually truthful messages.


      • 30
        Socialism is theft says:

        It is the Europhiles who are xenophobic. They hate everybody outside Europe.


        • 34
          Di Rear says:

          No that’s not true at all, they want to entice any country that forms part of the ‘Grand Plan’. Just one example is the 2013 EU funding allocation for Turkey of £902.9 million. Plenty more where that came from. Bet you don’t hear about this on the BBC :-



          • Vlad the Loudhailer says:

            Ah, and to think our net contribution is a quarter of all the EU spends!


          • Fred the pensioner says:

            You will have missed the fact that the EU signed a ‘Business Agreement’ with Malaysia today. Sneaky buggers all of them. I wonder if any Malaysians are aware of this little development? Or anybody else in the EU come to that!


        • 38
          Labour isn't working says:

          They hate everyone inside Europe as well, hence the unprecedented mass immigration and attempts to deconstruct and destroy ancient organically developed indigenous cultures.
          The whole identity politics game with moral-relativist multiculuralism is pushed by them; makes it beyond laughable when they talk about unity and one-nationism.

          Those posters are quality – at the level of “Labour isn’t working”, anyone who slags them off is probably jealous that they didn’t think of them.

          What they indicate most starkly is that Labour have nothing to say, no message, no narrative, no offering. There’s nothing for Axelrod to talk about: it’s a vacuum.

          Sure, you can criticise UKIP for lacking a fully-formed economic policy, but then, Labour has even less of an economic policy… I mean, what are they actually going to do? Pull money out of a magic hat to hand out to all their favourite organisations and benefit claimants? Are they just going to whine about the coalition for the next 12 months, or are they actually going to present a viable alternative plan?


    • 140
      Bosun Higgs says:

      Ah me, the old ‘lump of labour’ fallacy, so beloved of extremists of all kinds, left-wing, right-wing, or merely strange.


      • 330
        35% Labour, 35% Tory, 9% LibDem, 12% UKIP, 9% Others says:

        If there is such a thing any more as a “lumpen labourtariat”, given that 1/3 of Labour’s current standing is LibDem defectors, then they are looking at about 21%… 21% of about 66% of people who will actually vote, which is about 15% of the entire electorate at best.

        What you really have is a “lumpen Labour” vote of 15% of proles, and then another 15% of urban metrosexuals who flit between Labour and the LibDems.

        This maps well onto Labour’s 2010 vote which was about 55% ABC1, and 45%C2DE.

        Back when about 80%+ used to vote, that was when working-class people used to vote, and vote for Labour and the Tories, nowadays if they bother to vote at all, they’ll vote BNP or UKIP.

        They don’t read the Guardian, they read the Star; and they don’t listen to Today, they listen to Radio 2 or Galaxy FM; they don’t watch the News, they watch sport; they don’t watch BBC lefty panel shows, they go and watch live standup like Roy Chubby Brown.

        They are where I and many others come from, and they are the disenfranchised 30% who don’t vote, betrayed and patronised by Labour.

        Maybe UKIP can reach out to them, but it’s a tough call, even for them – they need a real economic message that’s relevant in a way that nothing LibLabCon can ever offer.


      • 332
        35% Labour, 35% Tory, 9% LibDem, 12% UKIP, 9% Others says:

        If there is such a thing any more as a “lumpen labourtariat”, given that 1/3 of Labour’s current standing is LibDem defectors, then they are looking at about 21percent… 21percent of about 66percet of people who will actually vote, which is about 15percent of the entire electorate at best.

        What you really have is a “lumpen Labour” vote of 15% of proles, and then another 15percent of urban metro_se_xuals who flit between Labour and the LibDems.

        This maps well onto Labour’s 2010 vote which was about 55percent ABC1, and 45percent C2DE.

        Back when about 80percent+ used to vote, that was when working-class people used to vote, and vote for Labour and the Tories, nowadays if they bother to vote at all, they’ll vote bee N_P or UK IP.

        They don’t read the Guardian, they read the Star; and they don’t listen to Today, they listen to Radio 2 or Galaxy FM; they don’t watch the News, they watch sport; they don’t watch BBC lefty panel shows, they go and watch live standup like Roy Ch_ubby Brown.

        They are where I and many others come from, and they are the disenfranchised 30percent who don’t vote, betrayed, censored, and patronised by Labour.

        Maybe UK IP can reach out to them, but it’s a tough call, even for them – they need a real economic message that’s relevant in a way that nothing LibLabCon can ever offer.


  12. 18
    The Great British Public fed up with unwanted multi culteral diversity & now all voting UKIP.ORG says:

    Has anyone whispered in Red Ed’s ear the words “Caveat Emptor”……..

    I know its asking to much, especially of someone waving a blank
    sheet of soiled paper around & who has a large vacuous crainal cavity…!!!


    • 23
      Peter Grimes says:

      Especially if it is a soiled piece of paper previously owned, as was Miliminor, by Fat Mad Gordo. Gordo certainly has a large cavity, but not a large cranial cavity.


  13. 21
    Ockham's Razor says:

    The name Monti crops up more than once in Axelrod’s embarrassing past. Obama, speaking to the 10th Mountain Division, said:

    “First time I saw 10th Mountain, you guys were in southern Iraq. When I went back to visit Afghanistan, you guys were the first ones there. I had the great honor of seeing some of you because a comrade of yours, Jared Monti, was the first person who I was able to award the Medal of Honor to who actually came back and wasn’t receiving it posthumously.

    The only problem was that Jared Monti was killed in action in Afghanistan, on June 21, 2006. He was awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously on September 17, 2009. Obama, himself, had given the medal to his parents.

    Axelrod was senior advisor to Obama at this time. A gaffe of Gordon Brown style awfulness.


  14. 25
    Hand Shandy says:

    Coalition hired *three* QCs for a single, hopeless appeal in Qatada.
    No worries about public money for “Fat Cat” lawyers then.


  15. 27
    Bert says:

    If you want a laugh, check out the comments on this silly bint’s rant:


    She insisted on being addressed as “madam” at Luton Airport, so was hauled off and strip-searched on suspicion of being a terr’ist.


  16. 32
    Genghiz the kahn says:

    And I declare the winner to be David Miliband.


  17. 40
    Alexrod says:

    It’s money innit.


  18. 46
    nell says:

    As I understand it axelrod is credited with obama’s victory. But then, whatever you think of obama, he had a personable, popular and charismatic way of presenting himself to the public, much in the same way that bliar did.

    edmiliband like brown is completely lacking in that department and no amount of spinning from the likes of mandelson, alicampbell or axelrod can turn that around.


    • 49
      bergen says:

      All elections are won or lost simply by the decision of a small number of undecided voters in around 100 constituencies-everything else can be predicted now.

      Bringing an American in at this stage doesn’t seem to me to be the best way to deal with our very peculiar and local electoral system.


      • 62
        nell says:

        I think ukip and possibly labour will do well in the eu election, the libdems will get and absolute drubbing and the tories perform poorly. Then labour will say axelrod strategy is working and it all means they will win the 2015 general election.

        And then everything will fall apart for labour as electors start to decide for the general election whether they are going to trust militwit and the economically illiterate balls with their money and no policies.


        • 338
          35% Labour, 35% Tory, 9% LibDem, 12% UKIP, 9% Others says:

          Labour’s Euroelection vote is purely a combination of the LibDem pro-EU vote and the Austerity Protest vote piled onto the Labour tribalists.
          The Autumn being the season for revolutions could bring all sort of “events”.


      • 235
        Fred the pensioner says:

        ..’very peculiar and local electoral system’ = fixed and largely fraudulent.


    • 313
      Labour...mendacious expedient sociopaths says:

      jim messina is the real deal but it is doubtful he would take ed’s calls let alone waste his time working on the ge for him


  19. 48
    Ludvig says:

    “Here’s my latest champion”?
    Should be Sweet Child O’Mine.


  20. 51
    Garfield says:

    I must say that is the best caricature of Milliband I have seen so far. The Tories should use it on their posters.


  21. 57
    Back1woodsman says:

    Fair play, Rich, got millimong off to a T there. Crayoning classes obviously working.


  22. 64
    'Evangelical' Dave says:

    And lo, I was walking along the beach, looked back and saw two sets of footprints the in the sand.

    Verily, I had never been alone.

    Then I realised it was Big Al, my SO15 bodyguard who was with me. C0ck.


  23. 66
    LibLabCon prove the scripture says:

    Dave hires an Aussie and Ed a Yank to spread their message.

    A prophet is not without honour except in his own town, among his relatives and in his own home.


  24. 67
    Ed Miliwit says:

    Must have had a dodgy pint yesterday, been violently thick.


  25. 68
    Ham Jam Chowder says:

    This is not a Christian country despite what Cameron says. It is a Muslim country and we aim to keep it that way.


    • 72
      Polly Tuscany says:

      I am such a vacuous cùnt


      • 75
        So there, that's you told! says:


        The myth…
        The EU costs too much!

        The facts
        Simply not true.

        A Tax Freedom Day comparison is telling. This is the amount of time during the year that people have to work to pay their total tax burden. In most Member States, citizens have to work well into the spring and summer until they have paid their contribution. In contrast, the average European has to work only four days, until 4 January, to cover his or her contribution to the EU budget.


        • 96
          Curious says:

          And if we were not in the EU that would be 4 days more tax in my pocket; or since EU taxes are collected through national taxes, tax freedom day would be 4 days earlier. And do not come off with the same old crap that we would be paying more if we were out of the EU, the fact that you have just admitted that we are paying both confirms and justifies all criticism of the EU.


        • 102
          C.O.Jones says:

          So that is 365/4 = 91.25

          91.25 X £20B = £1,825B

          You sir are talking CRAP.


          • Still, it could be worse says:

            I’ve not looked but I think he’s saying that UK person’s contribution to EU is about 2.5% of total taxation.


          • C.O.Jones says:

            As a rough guide to the chancellors expenditure (and I do mean rough).

            Outgoings approximate a little over £700B of which £100B miraculously appears out of thin air in the form of QE.

            The figures you show (as 4 days to cover the UK contribution to EU) could only work if those figures were based on GDP and would therefore be wrong and designed to mislead.

            Beware when any organisation starts quoting figures for any political purpose, you get lies, damned lies and statistics.
            Sorry to be so blunt but the chancellors income based on income tax alone is roughly one third of his spend and this too has not been factored in.


        • 116
          Just Saying. says:

          The BBC World service early this morning asked why the US tax freedom date had moved 3 days back from last year.
          Their tame Democrat “economist” said it was because of the better USA economy, and the stupid BBC person never questioned this.
          The difference between USA and European tax freedom date is complex (means nobody understands it including the BBC and economists) BUT is in days, and not months as you attest. The EU budget is irrelevent as the tax includes ALL social and economic taxes the individual pays for.


        • 177
          Democracy over Dictatorships says:

          How about we all ‘work’ 1 day and go off to the ballot box? Or is Democracy a ‘buffet’ where YOU get to pick and choose what people are allowed a say on? You Federalists were DENIED the yes vote you wanted by the French and Dutch, now you re-hash the package and call it by a different name. YOU HAVE NO DEMOCRATIC MANDATE FOR A FEDERAL EUROPE! – Get over it, oh, and BTW, if you don’t like it, MOVE.


    • 106
      Gorgeous George says:

      The religion of pi3s.


  26. 74
    Ed Miliband says:

    I am the King PM of the J3ws.


  27. 76
    Fred Scuttle says:

    Oh so I get it now. UKIP is about protectionism. So they are the new trade union movement.


    • 84
      Correction says:

      Quite the opposite dude. UKIP are about free global trade unshackled by the protectionism and bureaucracy of the EU.


      • 349
        32% Labour, 32% Tory, 6% LibDem, 21% UKIP, 9% Others says:

        Exactly… look at where global growth is:
        …it ain’t in the EU, that’s for sure.

        The free-est countries in the world?

        Of the top 10, the majority are not in the EU.

        So if it isn’t for economic development; and it isn’t the leader of freedom in the world, what the f’uck is it for?!


  28. 77
    nell says:

    Why are people vilifying the guy who did the foodbank expose? Are foodbanks beyond criticism now, like the fucking NHS?


    • 92
      nell says:

      You made one big error there if you want to impersonate me – I don’t swear .I have always thought people who swear do so because they have a limited grasp of the English language.


    • 105
      PDubya says:

      You make a valid point. My pet beef is Millibland’s “cost of living crisis” criticism which is a perverse misnomer in that the cause of our drop in living standards is a “cost of Labour crisis” which will take decades to put right and only one more Labour government to fuck it totally up. Does our media criticise this blatant lie? no chance.

      p.s. Try using your own moniker


    • 328
      Food Bank Britain says:


      • 357
        Celebrating Prejudice and Challenging Diversity says:

        Except, of course, Orwell, was writing about socialism… and ergo, the Labour Party – the party of hypocrites


    • 355
      Celebrating Prejudice and Challenging Diversity says:

      The BBC is beyond criticism;
      The NHS is beyond criticism;
      Teachers are beyond criticism;
      Nurses are beyond criticism;
      The Police are beyond criticism;
      Immigr*nts are beyond criticism;
      The EU is beyond criticism;
      S*xual D*viants are beyond criticism;
      As*lum S*ekers are beyond criticism;
      M*slims are beyond criticism;
      J*ws are beyond criticism;
      The Guardian is beyond criticism;
      The Labour Party is beyond criticism;
      Benefit recipients are beyond criticism;
      Gypos are beyond criticism;
      CommonPurpose is beyond criticism;
      The Stephen Fry, Peter Tatchell, and Elton John continuum is beyond criticism;

      so yes, obviously food bankers …”The Gustatorily Diverse Comestible Celebratory Community” are beyond criticism.

      You are all disgusting bigoted neanderthal baby-eating racist sexualdeviantaphobic pariahs


  29. 78
    Silvio says:

    Wanna cum to a bunga bunga event Pollyanna? You can be in the fugglies freak show in the cabaret.


  30. 79
    Joss Taskin says:

    Who’s the lady on the left, holding Red Ed’s hand aloft ? Is it Jacqueline Dromey ?


  31. 83
    nell says:

    What does UKIP or Farage actually offer anyone?


    • 86
      you are not Nell says:

      Freedom and democracy.


      • 94
        nell says:

        quite right that is not me – poor lost soul doesn’t seem to be able to choose a moniker of it’s own.


        • 110
          nell says:

          Get one of your own.


          • nell says:

            I have , you haven’t. You need to.

            Are you unable to choose a moniker because like militwit you cannot make up your mind – are you a serially undecided person – what shall I have for breakfast , shall I wear my red socks or my blue – shall I go out today without my umbrella, what if it rains? Oh life is so complicated – sits with hand to forehead in despair.

            Cheer up. I’m sure there’s a self help book somewhere that can help you – consult Amazon.


    • 90
      Socialism is theft says:



    • 93
      nell says:

      do you steal other people’s monikers because you are ashamed of your own? Why are you trying to hide yourself behind other id’s – are you afraid people will attack you for what you are ? Does that indicate that you probably lack what my Mother used to call backbone?


    • 358
      Celebrating Prejudice and Challenging Diversity says:

      What does Labour or Ed actually offer anyone?


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    Across :
    4.Cameron’s purpose – wrecking UK.(6)
    6.The tit in no. 10.(9)
    8.Lubrication for Axelrod ?(3)
    12.Comes with a luminous nose ?(4)
    13.Clegg’s fave film and ultimate target, surely.(9,5)
    17.Service sold for a song by senile sod.(6)
    18.Invariably dirty when LibLabCons are behind them.(6)
    21.(See 46A.)
    22.Every hoody deserves this, said Dave.(3)
    24.Answer LibLabCons are desperate to avoid.(2)
    25.(See 29D.)
    26.Shapps’ alias.(5)
    27.BBC does this to fund its propaganda.(6)
    30.Non-native to the UK.(7)
    31.Kryptonite to LibLabCon MPs.(10)
    35.Dave after visiting Damascus ???(9)
    36.Title for one of Dave’s new ‘wives’ ?(6)
    37.Kept woman when corrupt close ranks.(3)
    39.Half of Ed Balls.(2)
    40.Worth extra Brownie points on ‘Tory’ MP’s CV.(11)
    43.No need to claim for these EU payouts.(10)
    46 & 21A.Remove MPs from taxpayer’s teat.(4,3)
    47.Useless party leaders who come in threes ?(7)
    48.Pointless LibDem.(5)
    49.Luv it when birds get angry.(7)
    50.Politicians’ staple.(3)
    53.No more than you’d expect from the IMF.(4)
    55.Dave’s performance to date.(6)
    58.(See 33D.)
    59.QUANGOid subversive.(8)
    62.Cameron, Clegg, Miliband.(6)
    63.MPs should put with each other here, maybe.(11)
    64.Off with their heads !(7)
    65.Max’s is only little (allegedly).(5)
    66.Commie dictator in tassled tea cosy.(6)
    69.Taxi-avoidance mechanism.(6)
    70.Watering hole hard to penetrate (but not for 40A).(9,3)
    72.Cable can’t but why can’t the voters ?(6)
    73.Tax-avoidance planner.(5)
    Down :
    1.Days after eating 38D ?(5)
    2.Unable to do the business.(9)
    3.MPs would have favoured his kind of rules.(4)
    5.Gordon is little more than half amongst – his constituents ?(4)
    7.Vacant Ned’s hairdressing.(6,3)
    8.Tax on turnover.(3)
    9.View from Strangers’ Gallery.(3)
    10 & 28D.Where Gordon made his ‘X’ while no-one was watching.(6,6)
    11.When it’s 17A it’s an affront to democracy.(6)
    14.Blair’s essential office equipment.(8)
    16.Balls pledged to reduce this, though he denies it exists.(7)
    18.Frequently thrown by Gordon.(7)
    19.It’s rife in government.(10)
    20.A little over five feet in the shade.(7)
    22.What might he achieve in half an hour, Princess ?(7)
    23.Did he write the Bible on reduction of 16D ?(6)
    28.(See 10D.)
    29 & 25A.Boris’ enriched power base.(5,6)
    33 & 58A.For Fridge-Raiders of the Last Expense Claim ?(6,4)
    34.Like Miliband, Clegg and Cameron’s credibility.(7)
    37.Owner of pricey garage – but with conviction.(8)
    38. He found World Cup trophy ? Hard to swallow !(7)
    39.Ed Balls’ other half.(2)
    41.(See 42D.)
    42 & 41D.Hotbed of imported corruption.(5,7)
    43.MPs fail to inspire this in us.(3)
    44.Balls’ other other half must be sick of this by now.(7)
    45.Sex-pest MP no young girl is safe from.(9)
    51.Mammal / Porpoise with two homes ? Smells fishy !(7)
    52.Protesting noises about imaginary tax ?(6)
    54.LibLabCons of all hues.(5)
    55.Ed’s illogicality ? Viki might think so.(8)
    56.Living proof that there is no sanity clause.(8)
    57.Eccentric and frequently shafted.(3)
    58.One-way transport for disgraced MPs.(4)
    59.Around two thirds of Prescott’s lunch.(2)
    60.Evans sees you as this ? CYA operation, pronto !(4)
    61.Gordon’s lost his mac – crazy !(6)
    65.Meon next after Russian ? Sounds like you’re ’avin’a laugh !(5)
    67.Tax-avoidance planner.(5)
    68.Bloomers thinks Nige is clean round this.(4)
    71.Gordon says it’s all her fault.(3)
    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~


  33. 91
    Nick Clegg says:

    Well aren’t UKIP’s election posters nice. The slippery slope to fascism starts here.


  34. 95
    The Growler says:

    Morning girls and boys, and those that are not quite sure which side of the fence to stand on. You have one callender month to decide which way to vote for the EU’s and local councils, the master wants you all to vote for the Cons, watch out for more intensive Teddy bashing (if Dave Cams had to put up with 4 years of attack as Teddy he would be a jibbering wreak). Nige will also be in for a bashing, unless the Master to decides that Nige might carry the day, then watch for the Cams bashing. The LimpyDems are not worth attacking now, they are just classed as leftish Cons.


  35. 111
    Owen Jones,Socialist turned Capitalist says:

    Happy birthday Ma’am! The Queen turns 88 today!


  36. 124
    Herr Hitler says:

    UKIP are so concerned with British Jobs that they want it to be easier for you to be sacked and cut all your sick pay and maternity leave.


    • 130
      P l e b says:

      That’s why ‘the left’ won’t vote for them. Farage is further to the right than IDS, and sensible people won’t vote for that.


      • 143
        You reckon ? says:

        Sensible people will vote for more of the same old crap and the destruction of their country.

        R…i…g…h…t …..


        • 162
          P l e b says:

          Right indeed. No one will vote for something to the right of the current bunch of fascists, and that is why UKIP won’t have above five MPs come May next year.

          The destruction of this country is alive and well under Cameron & Co.


          • Oliver Twit says:

            they voted for the Labour fascists, and they are to the right of the Tory party… they won’t make that mistake again, after they destroyed the economy again.


      • 160
        Socialism is theft says:

        Nonsense. Ordinary people want jobs and only the right can create them because the left hate job creators and investors.


    • 158
      Socialism is theft says:

      But if the left have their way none of the real jobs will ever be created in the first place because they hate the idea of companies making any money at all. Hence why Labour left office with more people unemployed after 13 disastrous years than when they started (and that includes all the public sector jobs for the boyos) .


    • 372
      Hair Hustler says:

      no the public just want to you personally to be sacked and for your personal sick pay and maternity leave to be cut.
      are you going to post a video of your suicide?


  37. 132
    Jack Dromey says:

    I like Will Smith’s album Big Willie Style.


  38. 134
    Jack Dromey says:

    Boys boys boys
    I’m looking for a good time


  39. 136
    John Major says:

    And they said my government was sleazy!


  40. 139
    Mike Hunt says:

    Ed Miliband is to charisma what Polly Toynbee is to sexiness.


  41. 145
    Abu Rumaysah says:

    “May Allah bless everyone for their duas. Today’s demo outside Regents Park Mosque against Cameron’s Christian Crusade was a huge success!”


    • 148
      Why were there no arrests? says:

      The group railed against the British government, democracy and urged the implementation of Sharia law in the United Kingdom. The protest was called the “Rally Against British Crusade” and demonstrators waved placards that called Britain an enemy of Islam.


    • 153
      Baloo says:

      Cameron no more believes in God than he cares about disabled children being thrown out of their homes. Couldn’t get less Christian than this vile little charlatan.


      • 170
        Tony Blairs guilt ridden face niw looks like a skull says:

        Well said, its simply a rather transparant attempt to counter the fall out from bumsex marriage .


      • 375
        Blairianity says:

        Have you met Tony Bliar? They thought he was the messiah, but he was a very naughty boy…

        No Labour.


  42. 152
    Penny Red says:

    Owen Jones,if you can be replaced by a toothless Roma who only speaks one Bulgarian dialect, you need to up your skill set.


  43. 155
    Nigel Farage will do nothing about this, neither will Gove says:

    EASTER eggs and bunnies were seized at a school at the centre of a takeover plot by Islamic hardliners.

    mother of a pupil alleges *“morality squads” of older boys *confiscated chocolate and toys from younger children. “Older boys are going round in these morality squads telling off girls if they do not wear veils. They bully the girls and stop them mingling with boys in the playground.”
    My daughter tried to bring in an Easter egg for a friend and one boy grabbed it and smashed it against a wall. Gangs have clamped down on Easter celebrations. “My daughter tried to bring in an Easter egg for a friend and one boy grabbed it and smashed it against a wall. “Another girl of about 11 brought in a little Easter bunny toy that she wanted to show her friends. They grabbed that off her too. “All talk of Christmas and other non-Muslim festivals is banned. The teachers just turn a blind eye to it.”


  44. 156
  45. 167
    Labour isn't working says:


  46. 168
    Labour Party for sale says:

    Don’t eat pork.


  47. 172
    Michael Gove says:

    And don’t even get me started on libertarians who are against an independent check and balance on the state to protect our human rights .


  48. 174


    • 186
      Bloop says:

      Keep religion out of politics. It only leads to strife. Mr Cameron is simply a hypocrite; and rather foolish. But in his desperation he wants votes and
      bugger the consequences


    • 193
      Still, it could be worse says:

      probably the most sophisticated religious idea would be Buddhism which claims that a human at any time by a concentrated effort of will can transcend the reality and experience a deeper understanding. They say Buddha was just a guy whereas Christians say that Jesus was God made man, I think it is just semantics the common ground seems to be a sophisticated respect for all life and a desire not to cause harm as opposed to the religion of piss which needs to be proscribed.


    • 203
      Anonymous says:

      David Cameron risks causing “alienation” in society by saying Britain is a “Christian country”, a group of public figures has warned.
      Author Sir Terry Prachett was among those who signed a letter to the Daily Telegraph. making the claim.
      More than 50 writers, scientists, broadcasters and academics, including author Philip Pullman, performer Tim Minchin, journalist Polly Toynbee, philosopher AC Grayling and presenter Dan Snow, signed the letter

      What do they want ? A muzzie utopia ?


      • 221
        Potty Toynbee says:

        Yes !


      • 339
        Village Idiot says:

        …..The Academics are wrong,plain and simple!…(just ignore them.)


      • 347
        SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        All religion is deluded medieval superstitious nonsense ,used over the centuries to keep people in ignorance and poverty ,look at the idiots who who blow themselves and others up in the bizarre belief that they are going to bone 72 virgins in paradise , a more evil misguided bunch of psychopaths it is impossible to imagine !


        • 352
          Still, it could be worse says:

          although it is popular to deride religious thought you should consider that there may be more to the reality than is measurable by present awareness of things. Perhaps there is benefit to be gained by inward meditation. If you are not confused by reality then you do not realize what is going on.


          • SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            Inward meditation is not religious mumbo jumbo ,more a considered rationalisation of ones place in reality.


      • 413
        (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

        The usual suspects of telly-luvviedom! Ignore the fuckers!


    • 395
      Shooty* says:

      Islam 4.4%

      When was this composed? 1987?


  49. 184
    She's gotta point! says:


  50. 192
    nell says:

    I think that’s a little unfair . I suspect edmiliband is a decent very nice young man. His problem is that he cannot make up his mind what policies he wants, he does not have the spine to resist lenmcclusky pushing him further and further to the left and he’s even more economically illiterate than bullyballs. And sadly , like brown, he is utterly lacking in charisma.


    • 239
      C.O.Jones says:

      RedEd comes from a political family, he has been surrounded by politics all his life.
      For someone in that position to have no policies is unforgivable. What is he doing in politics?


      • 248
        @hateliebour says:

        Brown destroyed any idea’s Liebour could have by taking Liebours EU referendum to court, Liebour can only have “dreams” now, wet dreams or dry dreams I don’t really care, if they come up with policies and advertise they are policies I’am sure someone with cash will take Liebour to court and turn them back into dreams


      • 342
        Village Idiot says:

        …..Education and philosophy,coupled with countless discussions on politics,leads to saturation and,consequently,polarisation and the inability to form an idea due to fear!
        ……..Set your minds free from the constraints of academic discussion!..Think for yourself!


    • 319
      M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

      Decent young gentlemen do not shit on their older brothers with the aid of union oiks.


      • 379
        Go on Dave, no-one's looking ;-) says:

        I wonder if David Miliband might throw UKIP a bone to get even with his cheeky useless little brother.


  51. 198
    P@ul Flanagan says:

    Division is the Tory trade mark.

    Divide and Conquer.

    Financially poor and financially wealthy

    Public sector and private sector

    Unemployed and employed

    Young people and people older or on pensions

    Considered foreigners and English

    EU and Chinese

    North and South

    Left and right

    Scotland and England

    and so on !

    So what was this about Cameron Tory plc and a divided divisive Uk ! !


    • 214
      Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

      We will take Britain into Division Eight of the Stroud and District League.


  52. 204
    Destruction of the Nation State says:



  53. 210
    Danny Alexander says:

    Depositor In Failed Russian Bank Loses It, Takes Hostages, Demands $700,000 Ransom http://tinyurl.com/klq3o3y


  54. 212
    Me says:

    An increasing number of core traditional working class Labour voters who
    feel powerless, ignored, betrayed and abandoned are no longer
    enthralled by Labour spin doctors and are flocking to the peoples party
    UKIP to create a society not locked in endless mass immigration and are not convinced by multi cultural heaven.


  55. 216
    Blank Sheet says:


  56. 217
    what a gay dave says:

    Its all bollocks


  57. 226
    Fabians are Evil says:

    When you are in the Sh*t up to your eyebrows it is probably better to call Dyno rod rather than Axelrod


  58. 230
    non taxable pikey says:

    We are all in it together, how will Dynorod cope?


  59. 232
    Maria Miller says:

    Speaker John Bercow has run up half a MILLION pounds in expenses – including £26,000 in formal dresswear and £100,000 in overseas jaunts
    Commons Speaker John Bercow has notched up £495,592 bill since 2009
    This includes £26,000 in formal dresswear – with £3,700 on just two suits
    £100,000 incurred on overseas trips and £170,000 on official entertaining
    Details of office expenses were revealed under Freedom of Information laws

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2609342/Speaker-John-Bercow-run-half-MILLION-pounds-expenses-including-26-000-formal-dresswear-100-000-overseas-jaunts.html#ixzz2zWCly5wi
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook


  60. 245
    No but Yeah,No but Yeah or sumfin or nuffin says:

    If you genuinely believe that’s what U k i p is for, you are either naive or remarkably thick.


    • 258
      @hateliebour says:

      UKIP is being used as a vehicle to get us out of the EU, if it’s policies turn out even better than the LibLabCon, then they are on to a winner if not, they get put into the crap bucket like the LibLabCons.


    • 380
      cross-eyed chinless humanities graduate says:

      most people are thick, that’s why most people vote labour :-D


  61. 251
    Ian Duncan Smith says:

    Let them eat jellyfish.


  62. 252
    agenda of the benders says:

    We’re not a christian country despite having at least one christian church and or chapel in every fucking town, village or hamlet in the British Isles. So say a collection of scientists, writers and academics.


  63. 259
    Rev. Dave says:

    And seeing the multitudes, Jesus Cameron went up into a mountain; and when he was set, his disciples came unto him, and he opened his mouth, and taught them, saying:

    Blessed are the hedge fund managers – for they shall inherit the dividends.
    Blessed are the wealthy – for theirs is the United Kingdom.
    Blessed are they that offshore profits – for they shall be rewarded with deductible margins.
    Blessed are the strivers – for they shall inherit a reduced salary, and fewer employment rights.
    Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst – ’cause Foodbanks now exist in every part of the Big Society.
    Blessed are the unmerciful – for they shall obtain knighthoods.
    Blessed are the Charitable – for they shall receive an unpaid workforce, of people aged 16-24.
    Blessed are the Taxpayers – for they shall continue to blame the poor for their own circumstances.
    Blessed are they which are castigated for self-righteousness’ sake – for theirs is the Department of Work and Pensions.
    Rejoice, ye bankers, and be exceeding glad – for great is your reward in bonuses.

    Jesus Cameron then took three loaves and two fishes, and distributed them to the masses, saying ‘sorry, but that’s all that there is for you. Tighten your belts, scroungers!’ before returning to his palace, and gorging on champagne and packets of ambrosia custard.


  64. 262
    frank says:

    You do have to feel sorry for the failed Labour party. They cannot attract winners to become their candidates.
    If it wasn’t for thick rich kids inheriting their seats and paedophile networks Labour would struggle to find candidates!

    Google “Labour 25″


  65. 265
    Ed Miliband says:

    One Muslim Nation


  66. 268
    Nigel Farage says:

    Student Voting Stats! Labour: 43%, Tory: 24%, Green: 14% Lib Dems: 6%, UKIP: 5%



    • 275
      OAP says:

      Students don’t bother voting.


      • 277
        C O (Ξ7q1) says:

        Students have also been more brainwashed by their lefty tutors / universities as well.

        If you started advocating UKIP in many institutions they would likely throw you out on the basis that you were being rac!st or un-PC in some other way.

        That J’asmin B’eckett idiot who was issuing death threats on twitter not so long ago is a very good case in point.


    • 384
      Labour's far-right aristocracy says:

      yes… look what happened last time they voted… Nick f’ucked them over, and they learnt a valuable lesson about politics.

      btw, how many of those students are even registered to vote?

      student turnout, is really going to matter? which constituencies are they voting in? The nice safe tory seat where mummy and daddy keep a bedroom for them; or the immigrant infested labour shithole where their vote equally will have minimal impact.


    • 388
      Inconvenient Truth says:

      Just to add a little taste of what’s to come:

      Fell Lane and Westburn by-election for Keighley Town Council, West Yorkshire: UKIP 77.9%, IND 22.1%….

      The NUS have BANNED UKIP from being represented. Oh how I like the way the LEFT exercise their ‘free speech’. Just a bunch of misguided wannabe’s looking to beef-up their shitty CV’s. The Students Union used to be about cheap beer and text books, it’s now full of trumped-up little people with Napoleon Complexes. See the TRUE mask of Socialism slip….


  67. 271
    what a gay dave says:

    This is not a xtian country. It was pagan before it was invaded by a foreign religion

    Strange that those who complain about imigration the most follow a religion started in the middle east


  68. 273
    Herr Hitler says:

    It’s a worry when you have derranged lying zombies like Cable & Clegg who think that mass immigration of people is protecting our jobs!
    And that the more of England we concrete over & build on to house these people the richer we become.
    And the more language problems we have & the more we Kowtow to people who don’t respect our way of life & the more fractured our society becomes the more culturally rich we become.
    The only glimmer of hope is that the DimLib share of the vote has dropped to less than 10%. On the other hand over 30% still vote for Slabour, who approve of mass immigration of cheap labour driving down wages, taking homes & jobs & making slumlords & min wage employers richer. Which is the opposite of Labour principles!
    Small wonder the X-Factor, Deadenders & Zombienation street are the most popular programmes.
    And to support your country all you need to is waive a flag while 11 massively overpaid morons kick a ball around whilst at the same time you the fact the country you supposedly support is being given away by elected traitors to the emerging EU dictatorship!
    Then when a man comes along who could save us 100’s of £billions & restore our nationstate democracy otherwise know as a ‘country’ you get obsessive about a few thousand in expenses & watch pseudo intellectuals giggling about it on programmes like ‘Have I Got Giggles For You’ !
    How we never finish up under the third Reich I’ll never know!


  69. 276
    C O (Ξ7q1) says:

    The UKIP jobs poster, if put up in the right Labour marginals, will decimate the Labour vote.

    The smart thing about the poster is that it likely appeals equally to those who have recently migrated to the UK as to those who have already been marginalized here.

    Vote UKIP.


    • 310
      Garfield says:

      Good point, the immigrants who have come to this country 5 – 10 yrs ago will be worried about their jobs as well. So this poster may have some appeal to them as well.


      • 386
        NF says:

        They need another one saying:

        >> NO LABOUR <<

        I nice pithy multiple meaning with the same impact as "Labour isn't working"


    • 399
      Anonymous says:

      I’d quite like to see a special poster go up in the constituency of Labour MP, Mike Gapes (I think it was he who described these posters as being “racist”) posters saying something along the lines of “does Mike Grapes think you’re racist? Does he think you’re decent?”


  70. 286
    Alex Salmond, formerly the cleverest man in politics says:

    Making all English people in Scotland wear an armband would make a lot of sense.


    • 326
      Barnehurst Bob says:

      It could have a pound sign on it, people in England pay for scotland.


      • 383
        Fuck off Scotland! We are all rooting for you to go! says:

        If the Saudis were ever to be in charge of Scotland, they would very soon chop all the thieving bastards arms off.


    • 387
      Recreational buggery the national sport of Ingland says:

      Whats the collective noun for the Inglish ? A Mong ? A Bumsex ?


  71. 295
    Dave says:



  72. 296
    Mr Palindrome says:

    Go hang a salami, i’m a lasagna hog.


  73. 298
    Sting the Jelly fish says:

    I am worried that I may have caught AIDS from spineless gay Dave. Should not he be wearing a Gay wrist band as a warning?


    • 300
      Keith Vaz, slipperiest MP in Westminister says:

      The concept of wristbands for gays is seriously flawed – their wrists are so limp that they slip out of them all the time.


  74. 306
    Old Blue Eyes says:

    With Axlegrease and Gordoom in his corner how can Ed fail.


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    The Britannia Coco-nut Dancers says:


    • 368
      BBC cultural office says:

      See how evil white people are? Every liberal progressive left wing socialist should feel deep humiliation and shame at the British race, and the public should be forced to feel that shame too.


  78. 333
    Ockham's Razor says:

    Never ceases to amaze me when academics confuse political organisation along the traditional lines with radicalism, which can appear anywhere on the left-right axis.

    Margaret Thatcher was a radical.

    The etymology of the word indicates going to the origin or roots.


  79. 340
    Sir Mary Flappes says:

    That dreadful Red Ha’penny or whatever it is, has been asking the Twitter whether it is ‘feminist’ to wear yesterday’s shreddies inside out, as she can’t be arsed to do any washing. If you don’t mind a pong & the larval creatures crawling down your leg & into the shoes, I suppose it’s OK, privately natch.


  80. 348
    what a gay dave says:

    God stephen nolan is annoying


  81. 364
    UKIP 4 ALL says:

    Special needs Ed, what a forward looking political party labour is, they would rather let an autistic retard be their leader than win the next election, I think Prince Charles and the spastics society should be giving them some sort of award.


  82. 389
    Anonymous says:

    Best result there could be in the Boston Marathon. A refugee from Eritrea now a US citizen, driven from his homeland by Islamic terrorists, wins.


  83. 417
    Anonymous says:

    “Monday Morning View”
    Miliband creates Axelrod for own back(er)?


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