April 27th, 2014

UKIP Winning Despite Media Attacks

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euro-yougov-april-14

YouGov UKIP 31% CON 19%, LAB 28%, LIBDEM 9% 

Despite the BBC-led commentariat throwing the kitchen sink at Farage, UKIP are ahead nationally.

Papers don’t like to back losers, expect the commentariat to fracture soon…


731 Comments

  1. 1
    Fat gyppo says:

    Despite Guido too…

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    • 6
      Derp says:

      +1

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    • 7
      JMajor save the tories form DSmith says:

      Pugg face D-Smit of DWP shame must be pleased. Three elections lossed, including 2015, as portents say.

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    • 25
      dickiebo says:

      Quite!

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    • 45
      Not 'Arf says:

      /large

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    • 84
      The Spineless Tit in No. 10 says:

      I AM DETERMINED . . . . to do everything Brussels tells me to

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    • 154
      UKIPPER says:

      There is even better news for UKIP and the Greens on European election voting intention. YouGov have been showing UKIP challenging Labour for first place since the debates, they’ve now overtaken – topline European VI stands at CON 19%, LAB 28%, LDEM 9%, UKIP 31%, GREEN 8% – UKIP in first place, Greens challenging the Lib Dems for fourth. YIPEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!

      CRY GOD FOR ENGLAND UKIP AND FARAGE

      Cop for that CAMERON + CLEGGY

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      • 472
        Bloke says:

        ‘Greens challenging the Lib Dems for fourth’

        Hmm.

        They’re doing better than I’d hoped.

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        • 529
          My jack and Danny smells like tuna says:

          Labour are literally shiteing themselves in southeast Northumberland and take the UKIP threat so seriously that they’ve started a false information campaign posting fake leaflets and posters through punters doors pretending to be from UKIP, but the return address is a Labour freepost one! UKIP will wipeout Labour in the north!

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      • 723
        Tom Catesby. says:

        I am now so sick of all this shit from the conlibliebore pack and the shitty media.
        If I was told Farage had been secretly eating babies I’d still vote UKIP!

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    • 160
      UKIPPER says:

      Looking forward to tommorows new UKIP smear, we need at least one a day to give us even more publiclty and to turn even more voters to us from the shit scared LIBLABCONs.
      They think the public are stupid and believe everthing they say like this for instance

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    • 163
      Baron van Pallandt says:

      Sorry, I’ve been away

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    • 229
      The Growler says:

      What is the betting on the Master about turning and backing UKip and making Geedes a prize ***, the Master always wants to be on the winning side

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    • 232
      Gooey Blob says:

      Come the general election, Ukip might surprise us all and poll 5%, although that would be an astonishing result for them. Some of the 31% will return to Labour but the vast majority will vote Tory to keep Ed out.

      Not hard to see why Labour are doomed in 2015, is it?

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      • 431
        Delusional thinking says:

        Ha!

        “… the vast majority will vote Tory to keep Ed out.”

        Now why would anyone smeared by Cameron as a fruitcake, swivel eyed loon, and racist, vote for his lot?

        Won’t happen.

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        • 449
          Cost-of-Labour-crisis says:

          He was a silly boy.

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          By the way says:

          Having insulted and lied to the British public about WMD, did not Tony and his mates go on to win the next election?

          P.S: Not supporting any party on this one – just mentioning how soon folks tend forget.

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          • Taxfodder says:

            You might others don’t

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          • cost of labour cwithith says:

            I don’t forget that labour left government with the country bankrupt on 3 occasions in the last 100 years.

            A pattern is starting to emerge so why havent the voting fuck-wits noticed?

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          • Sir Roger de Senseless says:

            Unlike ‘Taxfodder’ I suspect that you’re right. Of course some people never forget and perhaps I and ‘Taxfodder are among them, but I’m afraid that amnesia is a major feature of the gullible masses – otherwise they wouldn’t be so gullible.

            I am hoping U.K.I.P. do well. The better they do, the more discomfort for LibLabCon. However I’ll reserve my judgement for the outcome until the count is in.

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    • 247
      lojolondon says:

      Yes, agreed, you are not exactly squeaky clean on this issue, Guido, when are you going to crack and admit that Farage is the man for the people??

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    • 257
      táxpáyér says:

      Good to see Lenny Henry confronted over his racist opinions.

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      • 434
        Councillor Duxbury says:

        To paraphrase him: “I’d like to see fewer white people on the telly.” If that’s not racist I don’t know what is.

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          Reasoned Debate - what's that? says:

          Good use of the race card. For, as you lot know full well, Lenny Henry was pointing to the lack of other races on TV. And to think, it used to be New Labour Spin Doctors that sexed-up news stories. How times change – but not always for the better.

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          • táxpáyér says:

            Lenny RACIST Henry

            I wonder how he got on TV…

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          • Banned says:

            According to the 2011 UK census, just 3% of the population are ‘black’. To be fairly represented that means only 3 in 100 faces on telly should be black. I have no idea why Henry thinks there are fewer than 3% of black people on telly – the figure is obviously much higher.

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          • Reasoned Debate - what's that? says:

            So if just 3% of the population are ‘black’, what is UKIP getting all worked up about?

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          KippeRMT says:

          Thank you.

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        • 701
          Cameron is a liar says:

          “So if just 3% of the population are ‘black’, what is UKIP getting all worked up about?”

          Lenny Henry’s the one getting worked up.

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          • Tim Yeo-Yo says:

            Dianne Fatbott arse actually makes up 0.5 % of that statistic.

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          • Tom Catesby. says:

            If it’s proposed that jobs on the telly are doled out on a racial pecentage basis, My viewing experience makes me think that non-whites are currently fairly represented, although I would have thought the best way to recruit people would have been on the basis of their abilities, potential, experience,etc. Of course if we are going to pick staff on the basis of racial percentages throughout the country, the current national experience of uncontrolled mass immigration, will require a regular review of the numbers.

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        • 724
          Tom Catesby. says:

          Is Henry going to make a grovelling apology like Clarkson?

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    • 285
      táxpáyér says:

      Just in time!

      http://uk.reuters.com/article/2014/04/25/uk-eu-courts-britain-idUKBREA3O02020140425

      EU court to rule on UK challenge to transaction tax

      Britain may lose its challenge to stop plans by 11 euro zone countries to tax financial transactions when the European Union’s top court rules next week, lawyers said on Thursday.

      Britain is challenging an EU decision allowing the group of EU members to push ahead with their plans to tax stock, bond and derivatives trades to help make banks pay for the public money they received in the 2007-09 financial crisis.

      A bad idea to bail-out banks, made worse with a tax that will make things more volatile.

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      • 301
        lojolondon says:

        The Biased BBC and the Tories kept THAT quiet, didn’t they?? – So much for Brown / Cameron’s ‘Red Lines’ – vote UKIP – it is the only way to save the UK.

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    • 530
      táxpáyér says:

      Grauniad says “Wayycism accusations add to Farage Woes”.

      Polls say UKIP is #1

      Who you gonna trust?
      The grauniad or your own lying eyes?

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      • 640
        taxpaper says:

        The Guardian is a feeble paper these days. there are local council propaganda sheets that are more credible source of news and analysis.

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      • 671
        Cost-of-Labour-crisis says:

        The Grauniard – today

        “Ukip is on course to win the highest share of the vote in next month’s European elections, senior political figures warned on Sunday, in a result that would be viewed as a collapse of trust in the political establishment”

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        • 726
          Tom Catesby. says:

          ‘A collapse of trust in the political establishment’. This as not come as a shock to the rest of us, old news.

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      • 646
        Rut Army Faction says:

        Bless. She’ll be robbing banks and giving to the poor just as soon as she’s finished ironing her recycled organic tampons.

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      • 731
        Sir Roger de Senseless says:

        Surely that has to be a spoof? Somebody somewhere’s having a laugh, aren’t they?

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    • 696
      Inconvenient Truth says:

      UKIP? Innit..

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    • 714
      Anonymous says:

      UKIP ARE THE SMEAR……………ON REALITY

      VOTE UKIP = VOTE RETARD

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  2. 2
    The only Country in Europe not to have a Parliament is England says:

    They will understand one day what Democracy means to the people, and not what this bent bunch of political leaches believe it should be

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    • 50
      Anonymous says:

      unfortunately there are far to many dogmatic voters for an earth shattering change to occur this time round, I live in hope that the southern regions see the light, sooner rather than later.

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        Jack Owen says:

        Don’t worry about the south seeing sense, everywhere I go around.the southern counties ,people have strong views, and most of my friends will vote for them, Roll on the day when we can think for ourselves, and told what we can ant cant do for ourselves. GLAD WHEN we start to get GREAT again

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        North of a line of Watford. says:

        The trouble is with ,’the southern regions’ historically they have not had it hard enough, as things are this could change.

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  3. 3
    Koba says:

    Yes, the bbc has campaigned against UKIP relentlessly on nearly every programme I’ve watched recently. It’s about time this corporation was registered as a political party.

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    • 8
      Peter Martin says:

      Thanks to the unique way the BBC do, well, everything really, they can be assured they have got got it all about right. Zero accountability is a plus, too.

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      • 24
        Anonymous says:

        BBC is utter left wing north London shite. Vote UKIP to balance the story

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        • 62
          A bodger from Bucks. says:

          The BBC get funding from the EU. They can’t bring themselves to aid its downfall. Follow the money!

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        • 524
          Anon says:

          How the BBC are forever attacking the Bedroom Tax, questioning the need for the Queen/undermining Royal PR visits over-seas, always highlighting the dangers of Nuclear Power, and they never stop talking about the cost our WMD subs. A most dangerous hot-bed of trots?

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          • The Grouniad / BBC Pliticlee Crect Dept., says:

            We know what you should think and you should think it!

            Trust us!

            And to help you, just drink this – and don’t worry about any funny feelings . . . .

            You’re feeling . . tired . . so tired . . just listen to our voice . . our voice . . our voice . . just listen to our voice . . . .

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          • Anon says:

            And, while most producers at the BBC have a Truman Show mindset – how does that prove they are left-wing?

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    • 15
      Lord Stansted says:

      The BBC is a useful indicator of the real situation. Just take the opposite of whatever it’s peddling at the time.

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    • 94
      Perse O'Nally says:

      They are overtly and shamelessly biased. Time they got their marching orders.

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    • 304
      lojolondon says:

      The BBC is the propaganda wing of the Labour party.

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    • 537
      Axe the Telly Tax says:

      Correct. BBC always say “the so-called bedroom tax”

      So-called by who exactly? The people pulling the strings from Labour Party HQ?

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      • 600
        don't forget says:

        The BBC has a number of ex Labour ministers and staffers in positions
        of power on fat- cat salaries.

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      • 683
        Controversial UKIP proposal: Pole Tax says:

        And what do you call it, pray?

        No doubt you also called the Poll Tax the Community Charge…

        Yeah, of course you did.

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    • 700
      Usual BBC Bollocks 'n stuff says:

      STFU!

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  4. 4
    TC says:

    IT’S THE TIMES WOT LOST IT

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  5. 5
    Come on Chelsea says:

    Chelsea for the Champions League

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  6. 9
    Gordon Brown says:

    I got roughly 16% in the 2009 Euro elections so Dave will have slightly beaten me at the depth of my unpopularity.

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  7. 10
    Mr Bungle says:

    I wonder if Cameron is going to use the Clegg A.V fail technique when he gets trounced in the Euro elections.

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    • 91
      The 'man' who's sole interest is self-interest says:

      doesn’t matter – my future is safe with the EUSSR

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  8. 12
    Lynton Crosby says:

    In 2005 mine and David Cameron’s election strategy for the Tories was to put up posters saying there are too many immigrants.

    In 2014 our strategy is to get all our media stooges to shout “Racist” at the party putting up posters saying there are too many immigrants.

    Ain’t politics a funny old game?

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  9. 14
    Brimstone says:

    Not “despite” the attacks – because of them. Keep the coming, they’re doing wonders.

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    • 587
      UKIPping? I am says:

      +1

      Brits like an underdog

      Brits don’t like to be told who to vote for

      Brits don’t like smears, lies or conspiracies

      Brits do like democracy

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    give £3/month for ummm...Cheers easy... says:

    Looking forward to attending UKIP in Bath in Tuesday evening.
    We KNOW the LibLabCon/Media/Religion lie through their arses to us.
    F#@$ them and all their spawnings.

    Will be voting UKIP at every opportunity EVERY time. (I’m no different, to those who vote for turds with red rosettes)

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    • 83
      Fed up Joe Public & all voting UKIP ORG says:

      +2500 on Tues 29 04 14 in Bath……

      These medacious manipulators called ConsLieLaborLebDims anti Democracy Alliance
      are all suffering from uncontrollable bowel movements as they begin to realise
      there solid gold debauched life style & all paid for the mug tax payers is about
      to come to a shuddering halt for all of them !!!

      VOTE UKIP and take OUR country back from ConsLieLaborLebDims Anti-Democracy Alliance !!

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    • 142
      Double Gloucester says:

      See you there!

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  11. 18
    Moley says:

    The media has declared war on UKIP; and not for any good or constructive reason.

    It is time for UKIP members and supporters to fight back, and boycott all the companies who advertise in the media outlets responsible for this anti UKIP campaign.

    I am sure that there are plenty of questionable candidates standing for the other parties, but we are not hearing anything about them. Why not? Where is the political balance that the public expects?

    If the media wants to go to war against its customers, they can suffer the consequences.

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  12. 19
    ciconia says:

    The BBC have become much more obvious in their attacks, no subtlety any more.
    Witness the recent ‘Front National welcomes UKIP with open arms’ as a headline (my words).
    Why wasn’t it ‘Farage rejects FN/Le Pen overtures’?; which was the reality.
    Sure it was there, hidden in the small print.
    We really do have a Brussels Broadcasting Corporation- paid for by us.
    Like the eu, it’s beyond reform.
    This isn’t a conspiracy, it’s an alien mindset infecting all those in line to benefit.

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    • 43
      Laura Kuntberg says:

      You saw my interview on Newsnight?
      Clever that wasn’t it I asked Marie le pen if she could work with UKIP.
      It had never entered her mind up to that point but after she said yes I knew I had it.
      UKIP,French national front Marie Le Pen Nigel Farage all in one nice smeary package.

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  13. 20

    ConLibLabs bumping into each other, running round with hair on fire…..WHAT TO DO WHAT TO DO. Can we get away with shooting him….Nah, cost too much….What to do…..Gawwwwd !!

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  14. 21
    Fairfacts Media says:

    The issue for the Euro elections is about who rules Britain.

    Is it the British people, or is it an pro-EU, pro immigration, pro-multiculturalism elite?

    The attacks against UKIP confirm it’s either them or us.

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    • 27
      Anonymous says:

      no it’s now about England, not Britain any more. The Scots can fuck off just like the EU can. No more Mr nice guys in England, we want our country back.

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      • 200
        Send the liblabcon to the Ukraine says:

        If and when Scotland leave, just watch the British Establishment try and ram fake regionalism down the throats of the English.

        They are hell bent on preventing the native English from self-identifying as a people.

        The whole warped multi-ethnic, multicultural experiment they imposed upon us relies on the English being bullied and threatened into accepting they are a non-people in a non-country, with no right to exist as a people.

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        • 273
          +1000 says:

          +1000

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        • 542
          C O (Ξ7q1) says:

          The ‘warped multi-ethnic, multicultural experiment':

          Check how Y’ugoslavia turned out.

          If the English character has weakened, expect real bloodshed and genocide in the not too distant future.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Yes, check out how Y’ugoslavia was doing – until NATO turned up. Up until then, its’ people were managing to get along reasonably well. (Also, check out fake or ‘Color’ revolts)

            As with Enoch Powell, as you look ahead, are you filled with foreboding? Like the Roman, do you seem to see “the River Tiber foaming with much blood”?

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          • Drogan says:

            NATO turned up a couple of years into a bloody civil war. Your point being?

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      give £3/month for ummm...Cheers easy... says:

      Exactly.

      Liverpool Wouldn’t be in a position to win the league this season..
      .if they hadn’t won those games last january. …

      “Nothing shouts bad workmanship like wrinkles in the gaffer tape”

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    • 268
      táxpáyér says:

      Is it the British people, or is it an Anti-British, oikophobic, rent-seeking elite?

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  15. 23
    Anonymous says:

    I’m going to use all my families postal votes for my socialist friends. We can’t give England back to the English any more.

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  16. 26
    UKIP Voter says:

    Keep telling the truth and don’t be cowed into using newspeak.
    Also don’t kick out members because they don’t conform to the Left wing establishment standard.
    Fuck what they think otherwise they’ll have you turning into the same pile of shit as the Tory party.
    The British standard used to be ‘say what you think and damn the consequences’
    You don’t meet trouble half way you meet it head on.
    UKIP its members and everybody else in this country should be allowed to say what they think without sanction.

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  17. 28
    Fishy says:

    Can anyone tell me why 28% of people would still support Labour after they wrecked the economy, stole £250bn from people’s pensions and destroyed final salary schemes, killed 000’s in the NHS and destroyed our education system?

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    • 30
      Anonymous says:

      because labours supporters live off the state, thats why

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    • 41
      give £3/month for ummm...Cheers easy... says:

      Because their brain cells are tied up with basic life support. ..breathing, rutting, sponging, wasting their lives in government NON JOBS.

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    • 77
      Albert Dunce says:

      Because my Mum, Dad, Aunty Flossie, Uncle Cedric, Uncle Norman, Aunty Bess and Uncle Willie all vote Labour.

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    • 244
      Gooey Blob says:

      28% is slightly below what Labour can expect in 2015, although I’d be very surprised if Ed attained more than 30%. The GOTV operation would have to perform miracles to do that…

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    • 572
      Anonymous says:

      Having defended the massive bonuses of City Bankers that nearly wrecked the economy, having allowed ‘Coffee’ houses to avoid paying taxes, having sold the Post Office office on the cheap and let The City to make fast buck from their Post Office shares and having sold parts of the NHS to private health firms, Dave clearly understands who his mate are. So can anyone say why, having been ripped-off, working people continue to support the Party of big business?

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      • 602
        KippeRMT says:

        The Labour Party introduced PFI hospitals, privatised out of hours NHS GP surgeries, protected evil bankers by socialising Northern Rock debts, allowed 4,000,000 cheap EU workers to undercut British workers, supported Mandelson’s EU Postal Directives that will ruin the Royal Mail while Ed Balls oversaw cheap Labour loans and a crack head rent boy fancier at the Co-Op Bank.
        Vote UKIP

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      • 603
        Grow up says:

        It’s way past your bedtime.

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  18. 33
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    And this is a poll by the Labour supporting guy who is married to Cathy Ashton.

    I suggest the real situation is as follows:

    UKIP 50%
    Cons 20%
    Labour 20%
    Others 10%

    Bye bye LibLabCon :-)

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    • 44
      Colin the Meek says:

      Bit generous for the party of Cyril Smith et al.

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      • 107
        Fed up Joe Public & all voting UKIP ORG says:

        Even more generous for Cons given CMDD cast iron guarantee

        for mendacity & manipulation 24/7…….

        VOTE UKIP and take OUR country back from ConsLieLaborLebDims
        Anti-Democracy Alliance………..

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      • 675
        Cost-of-Labour-crisis says:

        Cyril Smith was 9% of the 10.

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    • 249
      Gooey Blob says:

      Actually, polling shows that the majority of the population would never vote Ukip and dislike them more than any other party. They’re close to their maximum at 31%.

      Still, 31% ought to rattle a few cages…

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      • 450
        Muddying the waters? says:

        Ha !

        “…polling shows that the majority of the population would never vote UKIP…”

        Thought polling showed that for each and every party.

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      • 459
        Kangaroo says:

        Experience shows that people are willing to lie to pollsters.

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      • 605
        KippeRMT says:

        Oi doughnut !!
        So winning a popularity poll makes you less popular.
        IDIOT.

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  19. 35
    Nermal says:

    BBC are now spinning that the local council elections are more important than the EU elections. I think that it is a case of fingers in ears and lalalalala.

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    • 68
      Tony Benn was also a Eurosceptic says:

      The BBC confirms that the EU parliament and its elections to find members shouldn’t be taken seriously.
      The only part of the stinking EU with democracy attached so a pleb like me can vote is the Euro Parliament.
      And even the pro EU BBC think its a joke not to be taken seriously.
      Whatever your political persuasion if you love democracy we need to get out of the EU.

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    • 128
      jgm2 says:

      If there’s a UKIP candidate on the local council ballot form then he/she is just as likely to get a ‘X’ as the UKIP candidate on the Euro form.

      No point sending mixed messages.

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  20. 37
    Anonymous says:

    Blair lied through his teeth when he reneged on his referendum promise as did cameron. Now you get whats coming to you.

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    • 71
      Pookie snackumberger says:

      And Mongo the Half Sighted, sneaked about in the dark secretly signing away our sovereignty.

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      • 123
        Eu got that right mate says:

        …. AFTER he had already been voted out of office. He should be stood up against the nearest wall and shot for treason.

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    • 275
      The Growler says:

      So it stands to reason, Farrage would blow his credibility altogether if the went into an alliance with Liebore or Cast Iron Dave and his party posh boys.

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      • 436
        Anonymous says:

        Yes, but failure to win a majority and a big UKIP vote should spell the end for Dave and co., giving the possibility of a coalition with a Conservative party led by a more sensible group and with policies to match.

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        • 611
          KippeRMT says:

          There is no Tory that puts the people first and themselves second.
          Let the Conservatives break up and fall apart.

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  21. 39
    Anonymous says:

    For thirteen years we had a reign of terror under Blair and Brown. Anyone who was concerned about massive immigration was a racist and many who spoke out lost their jobs and reputations. The establishment i.e.politicians and press had their views aired constantly and the people were all bigots. We now have the opportunity to show the establishment that the british people are no longer cowed by them. We have the opportunity to scare the shit out of the politicians in their safe seats and super salaries to ensure that they begin to acknowledgement the rights of those who have built the country, abide by its laws and love this country. Yes, we will continue the fight regardless of the pressures put upon us to reject anything other than the LIBLABCON conspiracy. VOTE UKIP.

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    • 47
      Gillian Duffy says:

      + 1

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    • 63
      give £3/month for ummm...Cheers easy... says:

      Plus one here.

      I doubt very much will change When Ukip hold balance of power really.

      UNcivil servants run the show. Still it’ll be a chance to pop the political classes and the Media on their noses.

      They need to be reminded of a thing or two.

      Voting UKIP each and every time.
      Like Farage, don’t like any of the others. .
      Shallow possibly. .. clear conscience definitely.

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    • 88
      non taxable pikey says:

      +1

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      • 113
        Fed up Joe Public & all voting UKIP ORG says:

        VOTE UKIP and take OUR country back from ConsLieLaborLebDims
        Anti-Democracy Alliance………..

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    • 153
      Owain Jonas says:

      Otherwise known as The Great Disaster 1997 – 2010.

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  22. 46
    Anonymous says:

    Don’t fall for the lies of the liblabcon party. They lie about not creating a United States of Europe via the backdoor. They are up to their necks in lies over europe.

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  23. 51
    Good old BBC keep digging says:

    The BBC would do more for their cause if they just didn’t report UKIP “incidents” at all.

    Of course they won’t, they will keep on digging with Rat Face Robinson and Wobbly Marr seemingly stupidly indifferent, to the impact their attacks are having on the Polls.

    If the BBC continue deepening their hole, we can predict 40% for UKIP by next weekend.,

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  24. 52
    Anonymous says:

    Who asked the BBC to fight the liblabcon party’s EU election for them?

    Even more of the european elite. We are forced to pay for those bastards for fear of jail. the bbc making the poor poorer and the rich richer.

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    • 319
      That's the way to do it says:

      You are not forced to pay anything. Just refuse to renew your licence and when those oiks from that private company, who get 18 quid for each sign-up, come knocking just ignore them – along with all the threatening letters you will receive from them which just fit nicely in the cat litter tray.

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  25. 53
    Nigel Farage doppelganger says:

    As the msm all out attack UKIP this slip under the radar

    http://www.westerngazette.co.uk/COUNCILLOR-RESIGNS-Yeovil-s-Peter-Brock-admits/story-21007035-detail/story.html

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  26. 55
    Colin the Meek says:

    Torygraph has been closing comments on the Anti-UKIP articles. Somebody’s getting nervous.

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  27. 56
    Di Rear says:

    Note the absence of EU, Tory, Labour trolls on here today, obviously not being paid to work Sundays. Either that or still in bed.

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    • 64
      Colin the Meek says:

      Some of the usual suspects were on duty at the DT this morning. Might have been one saddo with multiple logins though.

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      • 65
        Colin the Meek says:

        If anyone wants to get paid for trolling here’s the advert:

        http://www.w4mpjobs.org/JobDetails.aspx?jobid=45223

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        • 130
          Lord Stansted says:

          “…for running a short-term social media campaign (#EUnify) to counter racist and xenophobic discourse in the UK in the run-up to the European elections.”

          Jesus! We are really living in a totalitarian country. WTF is defining racist and xenophobic discourse? Only a court of law can determine the former – and the latter is a matter of opinion. Vote UKIP and fuck the bastards.

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    • 440
      Anonymous says:

      Usual gibberish bots near the top of the thread, but otherwise, yes.

      Like

  28. 59
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    http://www.thestar.com.my/News/World/2014/04/27/EU-courts-Moldova-with-visafree-travel-from-Monday/

    Here’s come the next load of benefit tourists.

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    • 597
      Jack Ketch says:

      In South Africa nearly 20 years ago, I met a really smart chappie from Moldova. He started off running an illegal pub frequented by well-heeled layabouts, then he graduated to an illegal casino, then to operating one of the best whorehouses in town. The girls were absolute belters. We called him “Mr KGB”, for that was his old job and his original reason for migrating to SA. The last I heard he was running the bulk of the rackets in the Northern Suburbs and living in a R40 million property. So it is quite possible that some of the Moldovans will be entrepreneurs, not benefit scroungers.

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  29. 60
    Anonymous says:

    Is it racist to criticise the islamisation of the schools in Birmingham or just keep quiet so as not to offend them?

    This is England. Many people fought for centuries for equality for men and women and for different religions. We don’t want this kind of behaviour in our country. Is it never enough what we do for minority groups with out them wanting even more.

    We have a right to speak out and expect our government to do something about it. But they are weak!

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    • 103
      THE BBC says:

      THERE IS *NO* ISLAMISATION OF SCHOOLS IN BIRMINGHAM – WHAT’S THE MATTER WITH YOU? DON’T YOU LISTEN TO OUR BROADCASTS, CAREFULLY PREPARED FOR OUR VIEWERS AND LISTENERS.

      THE TROJAN HORSE LETTER IS WIDELY BELIEVED TO BE A HOAX…repeat after me, THE TROJAN HORSE LETTER IS WIDELY BELIEVED TO BE A HOAX

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      • 124
        Highly paid Advisor to the BBC says:

        REPEAT ENDLESSLY AFTER ME . .

        THE Bliar-Brhune-Conspiracy IS FINISHED
        THE Bliar-Brhune-Conspiracy IS FINISHED
        THE Bliar-Brhune-Conspiracy IS FINISHED
        THE Bliar-Brhune-Conspiracy IS FINISHED
        THE Bliar-Brhune-Conspiracy IS FINISHED
        ….

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      • 444
        Pushback Politics says:

        Rather unfair, BBC Newsnight have done quite a few exposes of Islamisation in various areas – as has Channel 4, also a focus for Guido’s ire.

        Meanwhile the Conservative-led government has been giving public money to Islamic movements to set up Sharia-observing schools (as Free Schools).

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  30. 66
    Duty Left Wing Troll says:

    Nothing on the Royal Mail Scam, zero-hour contracts or the persecution of the poor and sick…..but…

    “Candidates have taken to social media sites to rail against Islam as “organised crime under religious camouflage” while likening the religion to Nazism, and suggesting that the murder of the black teenager Stephen Lawrence has received a disproportionate level of attention.”
    Ukip candidates add to Nigel Farage’s woes with a barrage of racism

    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/apr/27/ukip-farage-racism-lenny-henry-politics-europe

    Says it all, really

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    • 136
      jgm2 says:

      and suggesting that the murder of the black teenager Stephen Lawrence has received a disproportionate level of attention.”,/i>

      It has though. Hasn’t it.

      There must be dozens if not hundreds of black kids shot, stabbed or burned to death by other black kids since Stephen Lawrence and I doubt anybody, apart from their mums, can name a single one of them without recourse to Google.

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      • 271
        táxpáyér says:

        Yes but they were gang members and no-one in the MSM has suggested that Lawrence was a gang member…

        Oh…

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    • 137
      jgm2 says:

      Try again…

      and suggesting that the murder of the black teenager Stephen Lawrence has received a disproportionate level of attention.

      It has though. Hasn’t it.

      There must be dozens if not hundreds of black kids shot, stabbed or burned to death by other black kids since Stephen Lawrence and I doubt anybody, apart from their mums, can name a single one of them without recourse to Google.

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      • 165
        JH238938409328-0 says:

        Similarly, I wonder how many people could recognise names such as Ross Parker and Kris Donald, along with the multitude of other attacks on wh*tes which of course the police and media automatically pre-determine to be ‘not racially motivated’.

        It’s the same in the states, there are often the most horrendous home invasion-r*pe-murders with racial epithets which are quietly swept under the carpet without the Trayvon-a-thon that would occur if the races were reversed.

        How much of this shit are people supposed to take?

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        • 274
          táxpáyér says:

          Trayvon was probably the theif responsibile for a spate of local breakins who attacked a mexican man and was punching him in the face while he was lying on the floor when he got permanently removed from the gene pool.

          Emperor Zero said if he had a son, he’d be like Trayvon.

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        • 626
          Funambulist says:

          Or Charlene Downes… Her murder made Jack the Ripper look like a humanitarian.

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    • 177
      UKIP the final solution says:

      SAys it all really? Yeah the truth and nothing but the truth and it hurts the liberal progressive left to hear it.

      When the truth hurts its time to reconsider your values.

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    • 281
      The ghost of the 1st victim of Marxism says:

      Lenny Henry surely must have been the first to realise the man was a.fan.
      !
      It’s an old Len Joke. …….”The National Front wants to give all black people £2,000 to go home.
      ………………………………….I’ll take that ! I only come from Dudley….”
      DUDLEY is in the Black Country.
      …..

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  31. 72
    Anonymous says:

    Nigel Farage poster boy of contradiction, incredulity, inconsistency.

    None of which appear to do him any harm.

    Bizarre…..

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    • 75
      Anonymous says:

      Go to the Torygraph and read the comments there. All are by UKIP activists and they are very revealing regarding just how batshit insane and hate-filled these people are

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      • 87
        Anonymous says:

        You are obviously undemocratic. Democracy is fine as long as everybody else agrees with your views.

        Perhaps they are so fed up with being constantly lied to for decades.

        I find your views repulsive and believe therefore that you must be batshit insane and hate filled too as to describe ukip supporters as such. You are obviously filled with hate yourself towards them to make the comments you did.

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      • 89
        Mr Bungle says:

        Makes no difference, you should really pay attention to the thread heading.

        Twat.

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      • 206
        Anonymous says:

        Aw diddums. People dare to disagree with your leftist crap so they must be insane, racist and hate filled.

        Won’t work anymore. The tide is turning. You and your fellow commissar’s rent seeking days are numbered.

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      • 445
        Anonymous says:

        And Guardian CiF has been full of hate filled batshit insane loonie lefties for years. They don’t actually allow anyone who isn’t to comment.

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      • 599
        twat watch says:

        There is no such thing as a UKIP activist.

        An ‘activist’ is a left-wing monstrosity, it is a thing of Marxism, it results from the Marxist ideology of ‘Direct Action’.

        Now fuck off.

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        • 721
          Anonymous says:

          No such thing as a activist?

          No such thing as Direct Action?

          No such thing as People Power?

          There was I thinking that UKIP was for-the-people, and against power-elites.

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    • 143
      jgm2 says:

      Contradiction, incredulity, inconsistency.

      Whereas, no doubt, your preferred party leader be it Cameron, Miliband or Clegg is the very model of credibility and consistency.

      Do fuck off.

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    • 442
      Anonymous says:

      In the land of the blind the one eyed man is king.

      In other words, we’re voting for politicians. The bar is set quite low.

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  32. 74
    Anonymous says:

    Nigel Farage poster boy of contradiction, incredulity, inconsistency.

    None of which appear to do him any harm.

    Bizarre…..

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    • 108
      Pookie snackumberger says:

      Try applying your words to the party leader you are in hock to.

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    • 125
      JH238938409328-0 says:

      Whereas the old three parties are just none of those things. Yeah, right.

      You lot are beyond parody.

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      • 180
        Colin the Meek says:

        It amuses me that the Tories are now allied to the SWP.

        “Frit” is the word.

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        • 467
          Odd you should mention that... says:

          They have been allied with the SWP for some time. Cameron is a long time supporter of the UAF, an SWP front prganisation dedicated to putting violent thugs on the street.

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  33. 76
    Anonymous says:

    What’s worse? for prime ministers both Blair and Cameron to promise a referendum on Europe, then renege on it, or for a local politician to voice his/her opinions in reply to comments made by a bbc favoured high profile celebrity about England being not sufficiently multicultural enough ?

    vote ukip

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  34. 81
    RupertBH says:

    Use of the Terrorism Act against journalists and ethnic minorities; clamping down on peaceful protest; secret courts; restricting access to legal aid; total surveillance … etc etc. And if the Tories get back in in 2015, they are talking about exiting from the European Convention on Human Rights i.e. the convention designed (in the wake of Nazi Germany) to stop abuse of power by an overmighty government. No wonder the freedom hating Tory scum want rid of the convention.

    UKIP are racists. But the real threat I think lies with the Tories. If back in power, we will be heading for times more terrible than this country has seen for over a century

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    • 93
      @daffers56 says:

      Spot on Rupert!
      The real danger will be the election of the Tories. Cameron will be ousted as leader and in his place will be someone who will make Cameron look like ‘little bo peep’.
      Gove ? May? Osborne?…….Osborne on top of an erroneous success with the economy might be the Mr Nasty the Tories will choose?

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      • 139
        Cherie Blair QC (Human rights lawyer and expert on fine wines) says:

        +1 Rupert I could do with another few million in the bank.

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    • 95
      Anonymous says:

      I find your views intolerant in describing ukip as racist. If you believe them to be then prosecute them, racism is a crime as you well know. It is not racist to be against mass immigration and against the institution of a unites states of europe. it is also, at the moment any way, not against the law either.

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      • 212
        Count De Spoonz says:

        ” If you believe them to be then prosecute them, racism is a crime as you well know”. – anon

        It is also a crime to slander and libel. I would encourage Mr F to take the next sanctimonious, screeching, middle class, leftie who abuses him as as “racist” to court and have them prosecuted. Said leftie would then have to prove the veracity of his or her words to the satisfaction of the court, or face the consequences. It’s high time these people were made to answer for showering slanders and libels on those they take against – up to now have been able to do it with impunity, have not had to face any consequences for their lying and defamation. These types are usually in the vanguard when it comes to screaming for police intervention to punish twitter abuse of individuals/ religions/races by some “right wing” key board warrior.

        A few prosecutions would deprive the agitators of their most useful lie, which they use constantly to viciously blacken the names of anyone who wants their country back.

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        • 433
          Harold Wilson says:

          Worked for me. I didn’t much like that pop group anyway: “…flowers in the rain…” wtf? I should have had them change their name from The Move to Stroll On.

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    • 101
      Mr Bungle says:

      Chubby fuckwit Dave and his band of sweaty morons are going to win with a slim majority next year.

      Better him than Milliband.

      If you really think that the country is headed for terrible times then i suggest you fuck off.

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      • 567
        Anonymous says:

        Cameron will only return to office in another coalition.

        Unfortunately for real conservatives, he’d actually prefer the Libdems held/tied his hands again.

        Then again, if Scotland gets freedom, his party and backbenchers especially will insist he gets his too.

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    • 116
      Tony Benn was also a Eurosceptic says:

      I can see the Germans requiring legislation to make them respect human rights.
      The British on the other hand(you know the one’s who stopped Germans gassing people)they don’t need telling so much.
      Ditch this lawyers charter and save some bucks to spend on humanitarian things like medicine.

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    • 146
      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      If UKIP come over as racists it is the fault of the leftwing Guardian reading , chattering classes. The indigenous population have finally had enough of being treated as just another ethnic group in their own country , denigrated and reviled by a succession of treacherous left wing governments ,betrayed to the EU Kommissars and expected to accept every humiliation without murmur or objection , seeing their towns and cities reduced to third world cesspits,where gangs of immigrants can sexually abuse children with the connivence of the police and Labour local authorities.
      If by objecting to this I am called a racist ,so what, I will be proud to be.

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    • 199
      jgm2 says:

      Oooooh. You said ‘racist’. Does that mean you ‘win’?

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    • 222
      White rabbit says:

      I see what you did there. You thought it would just end the debate immediately.
      Tough luck fuck face.

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    • 227
      Luton, Oldham, Oxford, Bradford, Telford, Burnley, Rotherham, Rochdale.... says:

      Didn’t you lot in the liblabcon turn a blind eye to real, actual racism for decades?

      Against little kids as well. F-ing scum.

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    • 631
      KippeRMT says:

      Journalists and ethnic majorities have been terrorising innocent Britons so the Terrorism Act is justified.

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  36. 85
    Cressida's Dick says:

    The Euros aren’t the #1 target now.

    The locals are the important ones. Success in them sows the seeds for the 2015 GE. Undermine the whole rotten edifice at the bottom and it will collapse in on itself.

    Can you imagine the MSM hysteria next year when history repeats itself?

    ‘It was supposed to be a protest vote, they told us it was a protest vote, this can’t be happening’.

    Live with it dearies, it’s happening and will continue to do so.

    Vote UKIP.

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    • 112
      Gawd Help Us says:

      Yep, destroy the foot soldiers and come 2015 Dave will have hardly anyone left.

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    • 119
      Pookie snackumberger says:

      The other thing that seems to have bitten the dust now is the scare tactic of ‘vote UKIP, get labour’.

      Poll’ now proving otherwise.

      Ha ha ha.

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  37. 98
    Monika under fire says:

    When does Britain become this. Are we already there?

    A man was arrested in Westminster yesterday, for quoting Winston Churchill.

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    • 137
      JH238938409328-0 says:

      I think that all over Europe some ‘groups’ are going to find that they were a little premature in thinking they had the numbers to start abusing the native population.

      They thought they had ‘won’ something, but everything they had was handed to them on a plate by liberal elites, paid for by an increasingly resentful populace.

      There is a sea change going on folks, and some giants are awakening with terrible resolve.

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      • 190
        Shooty* says:

        I absolutely pray you’re right. I really do.

        Do you think there is a sea change going on, despite the BBC’s efforts to maintain the “all is well!” line?

        Check out a twitter user called Joseph Al-Qaeda. Funny and informative.

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        • 259
          Anonymous says:

          The internet is the real game changer. The state lies and propaganda no longer work.

          It’s why they couldn’t get their Syrian war back in September, despite the MSM lies turned up to volume 11.

          Twenty years ago, we’d have naively cheered the troops off like all the other times the establishment wanted cannon fodder.

          But not this time.

          Some of the brighter ones in the establishment might just be realising if they start any real bullshit with Russia, they might go the same way as the Hapsburgs, Hohenzollerns and Romanovs.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Exactly. When the commenters in the Guardian and the Daily Mail were saying the same thing, “No Syrian invasion”, the politicians realised they had no hope of selling it.

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    • 185
      Red Ken Lyingscum says:

      Celebrate the rich, multi-cultural diversity !

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  38. 100
    Gawd Help Us says:

    I bet the ‘lessons will be learned’ speeches have already have been penned for the 25/26th May media frenzy with Dave up front and Cleggy conspicuous by his absence.

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    • 135
      Fed up Joe Public & all voting UKIP ORG says:

      But how many, if any, will fall for the same Mendacity & Manipulation from

      the He*ir to Bli*ar with his snake oil offerings that will stew out of every

      oriface by all of ConsLieLaborLebDims Anti-Democracy Alliance………..

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  39. 102
    Outreach Unit says:

    Dad’s Army is to be made into a new feature film.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-27178025

    Expect it to be politically correct fun for all the family, where a group of soldiers led by a heroic m*slim captain hold peace talks with the misunderstood Nazis to try and reach consensus. In line with EU regulations and the demands of modern political correctness, the title will be changed from the sexist and pro-war Dad’s Army to the more acceptable, pacifist and gender neutral The Persons’ Peace & Reconciliation Outreach Unit.

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    • 134
      Grateful says:

      Thank you – genius!

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    • 217
      Corporal Jones says:

      They don’t like it up ‘em.

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    • 289
      No fuck says:

      I shall not be watching a shower of lefty comedians in the remake……the warmth and charm of the originals is something they would never in a million years be able to capture. They wouldn’t understand….just like the majority of those ball bags who thought Carry on Columbus would be funny. It wasn’t.

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      • 352
        FrankFisher says:

        The thing about Dad’s Army was that there was never any doubt that if called upon, they would fight. That was the reality in WW2, and the show had that as the implicit and understood underpinning. That’s why it worked, because you knew Mainwaring was a pompous dick and Pike a bedwetter, but they’d have done it, nonetheless. Dads Army is still fondly remembered because it made us proud – I bet not one single person at the BBC today would have any grasp of that.

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        • 455
          Anonymous says:

          Exactly. You were left in no doubt that they were prepared to fight to the last man.

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            Do you remember the last episode where they are all on the end of the pier? Sgt Wilson in his WWI officers uniform, Pvt Godfrey with his MM for bravery, and the rest. They might have died in the attempt, but they would have taken a few with them, especially since they had served in the 1918 British Army, which was probably the best army that we had ever put into the field.

            The original writers knew that and the actors were in many cases combat veterans (in 1915 Arnold Ridley/Pvt Godfrey had actually killed a German with his bare hands, although the German had managed to stick a bayonet into Ridley’s left arm.)

            Expect to find that there are now also several “ethnic” characters in the new version and the vicar has been replaced by an imam.

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          • We are close to being fucked says:

            Expat Geordie – God that’s sad, very sad, but very true and when you look at what the UK is today, with complete tossers like Cameron, Miliband and Clegg in charge, people who have never done a proper job in their lives and never will do, the Bliars, Browns, Kinnocks and Mandlesons who opened the gates to let thousands of parasites into our country. The veterans must be spinning in their graves.

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          • Anonymous says:

            On a related note, watch some of the WW2 related Time Team episodes, particularly the Shooters’ Hill one. Leftie luvvie Tony Robinson finds himself confronted with these sort of grim realities and it obviously gives him food for thought.

            They found a “stay behind” bunker which would have been used by a very secret group to hide until after the invasion forces had passed, emerging to cause as much mayhem as possible until they were inevitably captured and shot.

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  40. 105
    what a gay dave says:

    On the press preview on sky last night christina patterson said the ukip surge was depressing

    I don’t like her

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    • 126
      Unbiased Observer unfortunate enough to see the wolverine in a nice dress says:

      She doesn’t like herself

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    • 133
      Eu got that right mate says:

      In case you haven’t noticed, all the women on Sky’s paper reviews are empty headed lefty bimbos. Don’t know where they manage to dig them up from. That description also applies to the Motormouth McGuire too.

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      • 150
        Fed up Joe Public & all voting UKIP ORG says:

        Don’t forget that Zanu*Lie*Labor ex Home Secretary who purloined
        many thousands pounds from the public purse while hubby was
        viewing porn c/o the tax payers,…….

        But SKY NEWS still gives her the oxygen of publicity rather than
        banning her from our TV screens for good !!

        VOTE UKIP and take OUR country back from ConsLieLaborLebDims
        Anti-Democracy Alliance………..

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      • 279
        táxpáyér says:

        empty headed lefty is a tautology.

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      • 350
        Not an even playing field says:

        Sky have got some shaven-headed Socialist drone doing the paper review most Monday mornings – just like a free Labour Party broadcast for 15 minutes. Puts me in a bad mood for the whole week.
        Impartial on Sky? If you’re in the Lib Lab Con luvvie club.

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      • 609
        John Bellingham says:

        Some months ago Sky had the ghastly Yasmin Alibhai-Brown on that segment. The woman appeared to be on some form of medication and rambled and twittered on like some demented mental patient, although she managed her usual swipe at “racist British”. I took the trouble to send an e-mail to Sky suggesting that she was completely useless and a total embarrassment. they replied to inform me in the snootiest tones possible that Sky “Selects a wide range of knowledgeable opinion formers to review the news”.
        Phuck that! (Tonight, Tessa Jowell)

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  41. 110
    Anonymous says:

    lets all vote ukip

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  42. 114
    Anonymous says:

    The alleged ringleader of the Trojan Horse plot wrote a detailed blueprint for the radical “Islamisation” of secular state schools which closely resembles what appears to be happening in Birmingham.
    Tahir Alam, chairman of governors at Park View school in the city, called for “girls [to] be covered except for their hands and faces”, advocated gender segregation in some school activities, and attacked a “multicultural approach” to collective worship.

    Must I be a racist for reporting this?

    BBC, liblabcon, do please let me know as soon as possible, thank you.

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    • 141
      BBC red bottom says:

      Than you for your inquiry.
      We have read what you have written and our gender and equality, social affairs, religious, diversity, head of values, head of digital values, head of values(sport), head of values, (independent productions) , head of public service equality and values, deputy head of editorial challenges, department head of innovation, head of public safeguards and assistant to the assistant of the assistant for assistance to the director generals assistant have all confirmed that what you say is very racist.

      Yours sincerely,
      Deputy head of sanitary and cleanliness operatives,
      Salford,
      Office 7896,
      4th floor
      Lenny Henry building
      Dimbleby Road
      MA4FKU

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    • 225
      The Broadcasting Louse, London says:

      Only if you are a white person. An individual of darker tint is incapable of racism, as is well known here at Common purpose central.

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  43. 115
    Moving closer to war says:

    EU spies found in Eastern Ukraine

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/russia/10791123/William-Hague-Britain-willing-to-pay-price-for-further-sanctions-on-Russia.html

    [Quote]
    The men, who were arrested in the city on Friday and have been accused of being Nato spies, appeared nervous and bewildered but said that they were not being mistreated.

    Colonel Axel Schneider, a German member of the eight-strong OSCE team, told reporters: “All the European officers are in good health and no one is sick. We have no indication when we will be sent home to our countries.”
    [Unquote]

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    • 152
      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      What is a European officer I was under the impression that the EU had no armed forces of their own. Let us hope the russians hold them for a few years to teach Barroso’s gang a lesson in realpolitik, should be fun!

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      • 175
        Pookie snackumberger says:

        Baffles me how the Dutchman got away with stating (lying) publicly on air that there was no EU army and no intention of having one.

        Why wasn’t the MSM down on him like a ton of bricks?

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        • 211
          Expat Geordie says:

          The Dutch and Belgian air forces have already merged unofficially. And there was even a Franco German armoured brigade doing the rounds 20 years ago.

          Of course the reason that they want us to stay in the EU is because the RAF has more airlift capability than the rest of the EU put together (hard to believe but it is true) so we are the only ones capable of mounting their out of area operations for them.

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          • That's the way to do it says:

            Surely they were all NATO forces – not EU?

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            No, the Franco German brigade was specifically outside the NATO chain of command as the French were not military members of NATO, having left in 1966. Hence the reason NATO HQ moved from Paris to Brussels.

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    • 218
      C O (Ξ7q1) says:

      Prisoner exchange time.

      Can we swap these brave military personnel for several rather soiled Westminster politicians of iffy repute, and most of the Labour party ?

      The POW’s Russ!a has just acquired have good families and solid careers, definitely worth saving.

      The Westminster politicians would make for a much bigger human shield, and no one will complain if they are abused whilst in custody.

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    • 490
      Victoria Nuland & Ann Applebaum says:

      OBSE first said these men were part of the OBSE mission, then denied any knowledge of any missing members, and finally categorically stated that these were not OBSE members, but military verification members.

      Fucking mercs and spies. The pro-Russians were too good to them.

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  44. 118
    non taxable pikey says:

    WW1 tactics in Aleppo. Dig a tunnel, pack it with explosives…

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  45. 119
    Gordon the Brown says:

    Some advice for Ned.

    When I was PM and Labour were absolutely trashed in the Euros; I mean we almost came last behind the greens.

    Well I had to go on TV and explain the dismal showing.

    So I just said ” we have heard what people are saying.. So I intend to work much harder getting our message across .. Lessons have been learned .. Right thing to do .. Started inAmerica … Etc.”

    And the public rightly ridiculed me for it. But it was better to say that Bollox than just come out and admit ” the people hate me. They despise the Labour Party. They want to put me and the cabinet in a rowing boat and push us into the North Sea. I’m a. Utter utter failure. An incompetent, unlovely, feeble prime minister leading a bunch of self serving, greedy, corrupt, embarrassing , wasteful MPs without any ideas or skills of ah kind. If I was exiled forever I should be doubly grateful for that and not bring beheaded in the tower as I ought to have been”

    So .. Just some advice. Chin up.

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  46. 122
    Anonymous says:

    Cameron, a prime example of a prime minister in office but not in power, weak and feeble. He didn’t win in 2010 against the worst pm this country has ever seen and he has absolutely no chance of ever winning any other election either.

    Soon he will be just another painting on the wall in no 10. I will never vote tory as long as he is there, even if it means miliband benefits. There is no difference between them any way.

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  47. 127
    Guido Fawkes says:

    I’m an Irish immigrant and I’m stealing your jobs.

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    • 207
      Mr Bungle says:

      No, you were born in Ealing.

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      • 242
        Hugh Seamus, professional Stage-Irishman, says:

        Sure an’ begorrah, a Mick is a Mick wherever he is. ‘Tisn’t a nationality, ’tis a religion, an’ I don’t mean RC, neither. ‘Tis a belief system that says it doesn’t matter what some Prots in the North want, the bloody island is one nation, bejayzus. Faith, we’re as irrational as the bloody Mohammedans, and if yez’ll say a damn thing against us Paddies, we’ll be after clobberin’ ye with our shillelaghs!

        Now where did I leave me bottle o’ Bushmill’s? The divil take any spalpeen as has stole it, if I get me hands on him!

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        • 423
          Arthur Wellesley says:

          Just because one is born in a stable does not mean that one is a horse.

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          • F##k the LibLabCon says:

            Indeed, an old lesson quickly forgotten by the LibLabConners, coming around to bite them in the arse now though.

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  48. 131
    Anonymous says:

    Departing MEPs get final payoff of up to £157,000
    European parliamentarians who step down or lose seat entitled to ‘transitional allowance’ worth a maximum of two years’ salary

    vote ukip

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  49. 132
    Anonymous says:

    UKIP has no MPs. Zero. Zip. It has failed in every by-election it has contested. Farage has been around for ages and he’s failed everytime to break in national politics. The Greens built on their European success and are represented at every level of electoral politics. But you won’t see Caroline Lucas on the front page of the BBC news or national newspapers. Meanwhile people are seriously discussing having Farage on the next leaders debate for the general election even though he almost certainly won’t win a seat. Blanket coverage for a one-man show with an extended record of failure, no coverage for a minority party with a record of actually you know winning elections, councils, and Westminster representation. Left wing media? Yeah right.

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    • 140
      Eu got that right mate says:

      …”But you won’t see Caroline Lucas on the front page of the BBC news or national newspapers.”

      Well, we just have to be thankful for small mercies then, don’t we.

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      • 149
        Bill Quango MP says:

        You couldn’t get the silly bit of the telly a while back.

        What isn’t being reported by the BBC is that the greens are so unpopular and so incompetent and amateurish that they have only a 5% chance of retaining their Brighton seat.

        Brighton echo has the details.
        Any week you like.the story is the same. Greens must go!

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      • 195
        non taxable pikey says:

        N.F.B. = Normal for Brighton. nuff said.

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        • 613
          Jack Ketch says:

          Caroline Lucas has a degree in “Women’s Studies”. Whatever the fuck they are outside the cleaning, the cooking and the blow jobs.

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    • 148
      JH238938409328-0 says:

      Translation: the old parties are absolutely shitting bricks wrapped in razor wire at UKIP’s poll performance.

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      • 250
        Fed up Joe Public & all voting UKIP ORG says:

        Great News about long awaited demise of ConsLieLaborLebDims Anti-Democracy Alliance………..

        just wait until all of the Votes have been counted to see the total
        percentages they have all lost by……..

        Thats when the fun begins when they cull one & other as there bloated
        over laden Tax Payer Funded Boat of Purloined Privileges begins to sink
        to the very bottom….!!!!

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    • 168
      Anonymous says:

      Have you been to Brighton recently?

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    • 176
      Where are Tony Blair's expenses says:

      UKIP would have won in Eastleigh and Rotherham but for our postal voting system.

      It’s so corrupt it would make a banana Republic blush.

      Cameron is so stupid he has done nothing about it.

      I have just obtained a postal vote and did not have to give proof of identity, and we are supposed to be the world’s oldest and most mature democracy.

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    • 203
      White rabbit says:

      The Greens ? hahahahahahaha. Have a look at their retarded 6th form style web site for coherent policies and pertinent issues. Socialists in disguise.

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      • 487
        JH238938409328-0 says:

        I’d hardly call it a ‘disguise’.

        They are one of the most statist, anti-humanist organisations imaginable. We are just all naughty little CO2 producing peons to them.

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    • 220
      • 462
        Anonymous says:

        Note that they have split into two factions who are at each other’s throats.

        Fortunately for the rest of us, this always happens when the extreme left get a sniff of power.

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    • 607
      Vote UKIP next time* (*this is in the future) says:

      You are talking about the past.

      We are talking about the future.

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  50. 147
    A Former Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury says:

    Moving Closer to War

    http://tinyurl.com/n64ykmm

    “European politicians are putting their countries at great peril and for what gain? Are Europe’s politicians blackmailed, threatened, paid off with bags of money, or are they so accustomed to following Washington’s lead that they are unable to do anything else? How do Germany, UK, and France benefit from being forced into a confrontation with Russia by Washington?

    Washington’s arrogance is unprecedented and is capable of driving the world to destruction. Where is Europe’s sense of self-preservation? Why hasn’t Europe issued arrest warrants for every member of the Obama regime? Without the cover provided by Europe and the presstitute media, Washington would not be able to drive the world to war.”

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  51. 151
    A PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT says:

    Nigel Farage is a phoney. Scrutinise him and he’ll crumble | Nick Cohen

    http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/apr/26/nigel-farage-phoney-scrutinise-him-ukip … Wake up Guido Fawkes.

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    • 166
      9-5, Mon-Fri Euro troll says:

      Are you on double time seeing as it’s Sunday comrade?

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    • 173
      UKIP the final solution says:

      Yes the guardian, that bastion of impartiality and fairness.

      The guardian is an extremist left wing propaganda rag that would try to smear UKIP whatever they did.

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    • 223
      Lord Stansted says:

      So Nick Cohen (who’s he?) thinks Nigel Farage is a phoney. Well knock me sideways with a gay-marriage certificate. Has Cohen ever looked at Clegg or Milil-whatever or Cameron – or himself? Obviously not.

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      • 228
        Lord Stansted says:

        PS Oh, Mr Cohen, I don’t care. I’m still voting UKIP cos’ I know it just pisses you off.

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    • 283
      táxpáyér says:

      The left do like to project. I wonder what Nick’s lying about.

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    • 437
      Union Jack says:

      So too is Alex Salmond. Wake up Scotland.

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      • 465
        Anonymous says:

        What can we do? Our alternative is Scottish Labour, a bunch of useless numpties – how can I put this? Well, Gordon Brown became an MP because he is better than the rest of them…

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  52. 155
    adams says:

    This poll must be wrong because it says some people are still voting LimpDum !
    I find this impossible to believe .

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  53. 157
    Prime Minister"Money's no object" Cameron says:

    UKIP is what it is. Accept it and move on..

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  54. 167
    hahhahahahahahhahahahhaaahhahahahahahha! says:

    Millions of London commuters brace for disruptions as the city’s underground rail workers plan a 2-day strike: http://yhoo.it/1hDPUu2

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    • 202
      jgm2 says:

      That’ll encourage people to vote Labour.

      Not.

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      • 342
        That's the way to do it says:

        But it just might encourage those concerned to press ahead at full speed with the introduction of automated systems and no operatives needed. The Canary Wharf line works a treat without them, as do many airport services worldwide.

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        • 711
          Anonymous says:

          It’s already automated, but the trains have an RMT employee sat up the front surrounded by automatic systems which prevent them from making an arse of it. These have been gradually devised over the years, usually as a result of one of said people making the aforesaid arse of it in increasingly ingenious ways.

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  55. 170
    UKIP the final solution says:

    Strange how the pro EU side are always banging on about how essential and wonderful the EU is and how important the EU is to the lives of everyone.

    Until UKIP look like coming first, and then all of a sudden?

    And then its all, how unimportant the EU and the EU parliament is and how the EU doesnt matter and the euro elections are unimportant and dont matter and dot affect peoples lives.

    Well if the euro elections are so meaningless then why is the liblabcon and their MSM lickspittles going mental trying to destroy UKIP?

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    • 240
      The Broadcasting Louse, London says:

      The EU is very important. But the EU parliament isn’t in the way the organization carries through it’s nasty totalitarian agenda. It’s only importance and function is as the Eurocracy’s Potemkin village. Having a “parliament” lets Fatty Barroso and his friends fool the terminally dim into thinking the EUSSR is like proper representative democracy.

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  56. 171
    Nigel Farage says:

    How Important Is Healthy Penis And Its Size? http://bit.ly/1bF4Ojo

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    • 172
      Despite the BBC-led commentariat throwing the kitchen sink at Farage, UKIP are ahead nationally. says:

      Hear ! Hear !

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      • 179
        Pookie snackumberger says:

        . . . and traitors being paid to covertly undermine our democracy, thoughts and free speech.

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  57. 178
    Mr Farage(rhymes with garage) says:

    If sperm is supposed to have all these anti-wrinkle properties how come my scrotum is so wrinkled I could grate cheese on it?

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  58. 184
    Rotherhampoofta says:

    Vote UKIP!

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  59. 188
    Mike from Aberdeen says:

    If this poll becomes reality willwe still have Mr Cameron next autumn?

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    • 205
      Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

      No, he’ll have drowned in the biblical floods heading our way.

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  60. 204
    Anonymous says:

    Scotland should vote yes so the English can get rid of those bunch of whingers and take their fucking big chips with them. The result will be that England will never ever have another damaging socialist government again, thank God.

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    • 209
      White rabbit says:

      Already anticipated by British hating International Socialists who are now trying divide and rule with fragmentation strategy starting with Cornwall, North East etc.

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    • 213
      Asslick Almond says:

      HOW IRONIC THAT IMMIGRUNTS FROM POLAND CAN VOTE FOR INDEPENDENCE YET SCOTS LIVING IN ENGLAND HAVE NO SAY…..

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      • 226
        A monkey with a spanner says:

        You can trust the Poles to get it right.

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      • 231
        Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

        Who left the door wide open for Polish immigrunts ????

        Fuck it ! WE did !

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      • 297
        Lord Stansted says:

        By living in England, they have already voted – with their feet.

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      • 614
        The Wolf says:

        That is fucking hilarious.

        If there are any “journalists” reading this, please ask Salmond his views on the subject.

        Pretty please, with sugar on top.

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  61. 208
    Nigel Farage says:

    Where’s Harvey Proctor when you need him ?

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    • 216
      Asslick Almond says:

      Cuddling up to Ukip’s Neil Hamilton ?

      In 1992 Proctor was a victim of a homophobic attack in his shop. Neil Hamilton MP was present at the time, and defended Proctor, Hamilton suffered a broken nose in the incident. Two men were later imprisoned for the assault.[4][1]</i?

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  62. 210
    C O (Ξ7q1) says:

    Which is least surprising ?

    UKIP being ahead in the polls, or the commentariat being out of step with public opinion ?

    The mistake that the commentators make is they have been fooled by their own own propaganda and most do not understand that their function is to reflect peoples prejudices and ideas – they do not dictate these.

    Nemesis follows hubris, and it is time much of media had a thorough clean out and figure out what the actual narrative is out there.

    The BBC were finished by Savile: The brand is dead. :-)

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    • 256
      The Broadcasting Louse, London says:

      No one can despise a good part of the commentariat more than me. But I don’t accept the idea that a commentator’s “function” is invariably to reflect “public opinion”.
      But it’s interesting to see the Mail and Telegraph in the same bed as the BBC and Guardian over UKIP. And Dave’s Tories have proved there’s essentially no difference of any great consequence if Tweedledum or Tweedledee is in office. Same immigration rates, same EU treason, same police/nanny state, same foreign wars, same stupid cruddie legislation ( “jail for emotional abuse”, snooper’s charter, hiding fag boxes blah blah….”)

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      • 272
        Pookie snackumberger says:

        “Mail and Telegraph in the same bed as the BBC and Guardian over UKIP”

        Yes that is realy telling. It’s like UKIP has shone a bright light onto the Westminster/media bubble and there is now nowhere to run, nowere to hide.

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      • 540
        C O (Ξ7q1) says:

        The commentariat are meant to reflect, and help reinforce the public opinion that has been manufactured elsewhere: That elsewhere is mainly through media outlets, education system, and traditional cultural values / standards.

        The need to reflect the section of public opinion which their publications target for sales, is in order to increase sales.

        People purchase print media mainly to see reflected their own prejudices and opinions, and would prefer to see those enhanced in the product they are purchasing, not challenged or outright contradicted.

        There is nothing inherently wrong with that other than if media is presenting itself as being primarily for any purpose but.

        It is a key mechanism which the modern propagandist – mainly those in government – use to regulate and moderate broad public opinion.

        That the commentariat is so out of step right now indicates that the opinion formers and they themselves have been asleep at the wheel. The country has moved, they haven’t, and dwindling circulation and perverse opinions being expoused are the result.

        The print media may in part have allowed this to happen as a result of L’eveson, and other direct government interference: Those governments may be foreign.

        The disparity should be simple to correct, but looking at the broader picture, this time there does appear to be an irreversible shift happening and those who consider themselves at the top need to move with that as public opinion is too great a force to unilaterally oppose.

        A real question that should be asked now: As Farage – who is not obviously a psychopathic narcissist like certain others – comes more fully into the full focus of the general public’s consciousness, is he going to be able to handle that: Does he have the real strength of character to carry the country ?

        The real problem for the current establishment is that the answer to that question appears to be coming up as ‘Yes’ to many – including some of the elite itself.

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  63. 215
    Rob Roy says:

    Just vote yes for Scottish Independence .

    There will be such a constitutional crisis that there will be no way the existing system will be allowed to continue.

    The Euro Elections are really window dressing ; cracks there can be covered over.

    A Scottish yes vote means things simply will not be able to continue.

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    • 236
      Anonymous says:

      You are dead right. Scottish Independence should be warmly welcomed by both Scottish and English patriots.

      Things can not be allowed to go on with the shower of shite in Westminster running both our counties into the ground.

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    • 255
      Worried UK Domain Name Owner says:

      What will I do with my worthless .UK domain name if the Scots vote for independence? There’s only a mickey mouse .scot alternative, and nothing at all for the Welsh or English.

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    • 380
      Bagehot says:

      How can there be a constitutional crisis?

      We don’t have a constitution

      We just make it up as we go along…

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  64. 219
    Gordon Brown says:

    If I resign my Westminster seat will I be able to stand to be the first President of Scotland?

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  65. 224
    Andy Bumhum says:

    Liverpool 0 Chelsea 2 FT

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    • 237
      Forget Heysel, Remember Hillsborough says:

      Time to play the victim card again, me, us, like.

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      • 252
        Taxpayer says:

        Hillsborough — a tragedy — but what is the point of endless meeja drivel and expensive inquiries — the unfortunate dead are dead.

        It couldn’t be the possibility of financial compensation for the relatives, could it? Surely not?

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      • 296
        Chokers says:

        I blame the police, Sheffield, Fatchur, Tories etcetcetc

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  66. 235
    Mr Bungle says:

    C’mon Palace……..!

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  67. 243
    @daffers56 says:

    UKIP will do reasonably well in the Euro elections, just as a protest vote and because people know it will make no difference to the UK government.
    In 2015 however, people will vote according to their true preferences. The left will not vote for Farage because UKIP is to the right of the Tories, no matter how much they would like to see the UK out of the EU.

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  68. 245
    Johnny Norfolk says:

    The people are speaking and the Bbc led media are not listening. Their treatment of UKIP is disgusting.

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  69. 246
    Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

    Once upon a time any kind of onslaught by the MSM, similar to the one on UKIP this week, would have gone unanswered by the silent majority but now through the medium of social media we can fight back.

    Cyril Smith, Saville, PIE & Harman, mass immigration ….. would have all been flushed out by the “net”

    As someone sagely put it a few weeks ago – we are going to catch them all in the net – the internet. There is no where for them to hide

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    • 308
      Hate-filled HaHaPerson says:

      As you have mentioned my name, I have to say I’m extremely relaxed about peedos – never done me or my fellow peedo proles no harm.

      I knew what that white stuff was that comes out of men’s front bottoms long before any other gal that I knew!

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    • 312
      A sliver of poorley shredded paper from Tony B£iar's expenes says:

      Hi! – I’m still around if anyone likes to find me

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  70. 248
    Nigella Ffromage says:

    Can we have an enquiry into Muslim No-Go areas?

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    • 317
      Any Chief of (Politically Correct) Police says:

      No such thing! – our Occifers have complete cooperation from Muzzos – have I said that right Sir?

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    • 582
      The BBC, The Guardian and all the other lefty twats says:

      It’s perfectly OK for them to have areas to themselves. It’s their culture you see, and they really should have a place to get away from hideously wh&te people.

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  71. 251
    On-duty Labour Troll says:

    UKIP will have served their purpose at General Election 2015, by splitting the Tory rentier anarcho-capitalist / spiv / Colonel Blimp / Little Englander vote, and handing an election win to Labour.

    So cheers, in advance for that :P

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    • 260
      Spunkmeyer says:

      Comments like yours just serve to prove that you are shitting yourself.

      Milliband is history.

      Keep ring-fencing your delusion, it must help you sleep at night.

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    • 278
      Citizen Degu says:

      Did you attend the Freddie Engels college of cliche in Islington?

      If any of the mainstream parties “win” it actually hands over everything to the well fed Mr Barroso (Portuguese former Mao fancier) and his commissars. No doubt a place with them awaits Mr Miliband/Mr Cameron when they have given the remaining “competencies” Westmonster retains to the Brusselcrats. The starving socialist in Scotland, who some of the deluded Nats think wants them to have “independence”, will do the same there.

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    • 311
      Gooey Blob says:

      If they do well, Ukip will poll around 5% at the GE. Westminster voting intention shows the Tories continuing to gain on Labour with over a year still to go. Crossover is not far away and Ed is a dead man walking.

      It’s too late for Labour to change leader now, even if they were to wake up.

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    • 329
      Monika under fire says:

      Not without Scotland you won’t. Don’t break out the champers yet Laddie.

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  72. 254
    Walloon says:

    Culled from Facebook today.

    A banker, a UKIP voter and an immigrant are sat at a table on which is a plate with 12 biscuits. The banker takes 11 of them and says to the UKIP voter be careful or the immigrant will steal your biscuit

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  73. 258
    ukip.i.am.not says:

    The comedic, “man of the people”, “all things to all men”, Comrade Farage.
    Shame the reality is different, typical right wing politician, city banker and privately educated.
    It was once said politicians, lawyers and actors are totally interchangeable, a simple career swap from one to the other.
    Farage puts on a good act, so good he confuses his simple supporters into believing he can fix everything, leave the EU without collapsing the economy, make them all prosperous, obtain the pot of gold from the leprechauns and get them all a pet unicorn.
    It’s laughable when you read the comments in the only “news” site to support them, the Daily Mail.
    Apparently as a true conservative, who makes Maggie look like a commie liberal, he will fix the NHS, supply cheap energy, lower train fares, fix the roads, make the councils keep the lights on all night, et cetera. Oh yes and leave the EU. Never mind the EU was always a conservative vision in the first place and the only party ever to hold a vote, after a conservative signed for membership, was Labour.
    Apparently even though supporters have difficulty reconciling their socialist ideas with conservative principles, Dear Leader, Comrade Farage will sort it all out after he’s elected. They will hold meetings and reconcile their differences. Yes and the Pope will become a Buddhist, the Klu Klux Klan will build a shrine to Martin Luther King and president Obama will admit to being a British citizen and run for Prime Minister. OK those things are more likely than socialist kippers agreeing with far right kippers, but let’s not be deterred, vote UKIP for ……………….. well, just about anything your little heart desires

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    • 265
      Boot Fair says:

      privately educated privately educated privately educated privately educated privately educated

      Class war hypocritical bollocks, how many of the traitors who shit on the decent working people of this country and rub their noses in the mire, were ‘privatly educated’ you traitorious cnut.

      It matters not a fig where people are educated but what their actions are.

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      • 306
        Citizen Degu says:

        The EU is a corporatist vision, not a conservative one; founded by French and German big state advocates. Labour was split on the EEC in the 70s and Wilson was forced to hold a vote because of this. However, all the mainstream party leaderships (along with most of the press) united in lying to the electorate about what the “Common market” we were misled into was intended to become (a Euro wide government controlled by bureacrats). They were still lying about it in the days of Thatcher (“Europe is going our way…”). Thatcher was basically as bad as the rest when it came to the EU – so obsessed with the idea of markets, she didn’t recognize that the vaunted “single market” was the Trojan horse the EU federasts needed to use in order to facilitate the centralized takeover of the individual nations that made up their budding Euro state

        Winston Churchill was “privately educated” So were Labour stalwarts such as Clement Attlee, Hugh Gaitskill (both leaders) and Tony Benn – a socialist who gave away his title, but not his rich inheritance ( and we won’t mention the Bliar abomination).

        The EU as a whole sell far more to the UK than we do to them. They need the UK market. The idea that they would pile up damaging barriers to our trade with them if we left the EU is peddled by the same set of clowns who warned we face disaster if we didn’t join the Euro.

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      • 406
        cheesywotsits says:

        A friend of ours went to see Frank Skinner, who pissed off the audience when he complained about his shopping nightmare at Fortnum and Mason. Funny thing was, it was,nt even a joke. Some working class people sh*t on anything that moves. Its open season on who cr*ps where.

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        • 476
          Anonymous says:

          They can’t see out of their bubble.

          A few years ago there was a leftie journalist in one of the Scottish “quality” Sundays complaining about the threat posed by a new supermarket development to her local grocery shop… Valvona and Crolla.

          More recently we had the leader of the Scottish Greens sounding off about the wastefulness of scented bog cleaner which he had found on sale… in his local Waitrose.

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        • 532
          Oh my goodness says:

          Frank Skinner? Is he still around? He never was funny, except to look at.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Skinner is one of those celeb lefties whose Poor Working Class Background is so impeccable it’s almost unbelievable.

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  74. 261
    A Former Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury says:

    Moving Closer to War

    http://tinyurl.com/n64ykmm

    “European politicians are putting their countries at great peril and for what gain? Are Europe’s politicians blackmailed, threatened, paid off with bags of money, or are they so accustomed to following Washington’s lead that they are unable to do anything else? How do Germany, UK, and France benefit from being forced into a confrontation with Russia by Washington?”

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  75. 263
    Nigel Farage says:

    Some miserable people on here! Dust yourselves off, pick yourselves up, stay behind these politicains who’ve made us smile more than in years.

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  76. 269
    ExcuseMe1 says:

    Nick Cohen at the Guardian has a particularly nasty piece today, I commented explaining that as part of the media establishment, the Guardian and it’s staff are too close to the top three parties to see why the rest of us are moving towards UKIP.

    As of now, this comment has been deleted FIVE times in spite of, to my knowledge, not being against the rules.

    The comment, in full –

    “So, FIVE times I’ve now pointed out that the Guardian and it’s staff are complicit in maintaining the status quo of the three main parties and as such are unable to understand why the population are moving away from this.

    On all FIVE occasions, the little dictators behind the scenes have deleted these posts but have yet to explain why they have done so.

    My view is this and will remain so – keep deleting them if you like but unless you block me I’ll keep posting them.

    I see absolutely nothing against the rules in these posts so, if you want those who see them to know what kind of people are running this paper then keep it up.”

    Seems they don’t like people questioning them and their internal policies.

    My ID invade anyone warns to keep an eye on this…

    https://id.theguardian.com/profile/excuseme1

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    • 313
      táxpáyér says:

      CIF
      Censorship
      Is
      Frequent

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      • 328
        ExcuseMe1 says:

        Would certainly appear so, that’s why I think it’s worth highlighting to those who don’t realise what happens.

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        • 366
          C O (Ξ7q1) says:

          Don’t get upset – most folk are figuring this out.

          There is an irony here.

          Once upon a time, people used to purchase media which reflected their own prejudices.

          Now the media choose only to publish public expressions which meet their own prejudices. (With a few exceptions – eg. This blog…)

          What is amusing is that media prejudices are amplified by this action of selective censorship – much more so than through what they publish day to day.

          Oops.

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          • ExcuseMe1 says:

            Interesting point of view, one which I’m inclined to agree with.

            I’m not upset but I am now “pre moderated”.

            Pathetic behaviour from the Guardian.

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      • 333
        brown-dog says:

        Nick Cohen only bats for his side.

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      • 575
        Anonymous says:

        Komment macht Frei.

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    Koomoonity Leader says:

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    • 292
      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      No, no, no, he just meant ‘return to THE Black Country’.

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      • 371
        C O (Ξ7q1) says:

        The West Midlands need more unfunny comedians to advertise their discount hotel chains. Go Lenny !

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  79. 284
    A scaffolders knee wrencher says:

    Sick of hearing about UKIP now. Yes, they’re complete cretins, get over it haha

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  80. 286
    Sadik Khan says:

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  81. 287
    The British media are cunts says:

    The BBC, the Daily Mail, The Guardian and the Torygraph will have a lot more to throw at Farage yet.

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    • 300
      Ordinary Joe. says:

      So be it. It will just reinforce the determination of UKIP voters, and encourage more to join.

      We have had enough of the liberal chatterati wasting vast amounts of taxpayers’ money, borrowing yet more, pursuing fatuous PC policies, and general fucking up the country.

      Camercnut, Nickelarse, Milliprat & Co, your time is up.

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    • 338
      Persona non grata says:

      This from Brietbart.

      And the situation is only going to get worse as the election draws closer. Sources have told Breitbart London that the real “nasty attacks” by other political parties and anti-UKIP pressure groups have not yet begun.

      As polling day on May 22nd inches closer, mainstream media outlets such as the Times, Daily Mail and the Telegraph are being briefed for a concerted UKIP take-down effort, which includes nationally significant, as well as locally impactful stories.

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      • 349
        Smash the liblabcon says:

        All the UKIP will have to do is point out the British establishment’s decades long cover up of filthy perverts like Cyril Smith.

        And then there’s the Elm Guest House. Mmmmm what a can of worm that may turn out to be.

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        • 364
          FrankFisher says:

          But we have no access to the mass media. The current smears are having an impact – I spoke to several people while out canvassing this morning who were taking the BBC Lenny Henry bullshit at face value.

          I’m sure there is worse to come – but surely to fuck with this media onslaught it is now obvious to every living soul in the country that we’re already living in some kind of totalitarian state

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          • C O (Ξ7q1) says:

            Yes – the mask is slipping – but just wait until the next rigged election happens.

            If that vote puts in a party which was not chosen, and that result is rejected by the public, that is when all hell will break loose.

            Why this will likely not happen:

            The real establishment in the country, not the idiots in the Commons, but the more entrenched sections of the Lords and what is left of industry / military and the more enlightened parts of the civil service etc., realize where their interests lay.

            Is risking a civil war good for business ? No.

            Is a fully totalitarian state good for business ? No.

            They cannot act though until public opinion is on side, as otherwise would-be saviours will be painted too easily as oppressors, and would not win.

            People need to keep their eyes focused on the ball, and ignore the agitprop.

            That seems to be broadly happening which is a good thing.

            The Lenny Henry b/s is just that. Unless he has a serious case to make, it should be remembered that he is just a media personality who is paid to express views.

            Politically, people should note that he has been photographed issuing the communist salute (clenched fist) of late: That is legitimate concern to raise about his intentions, and whether they are any more than paid opinion.

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          • táxpáyér says:

            But Lenny Henry was the racist, not the UKIP candidate.

            If I said there should be more white people regardless of demographics..

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  82. 288
    The British media are cunts says:

    Lenny Henry’s only crime is not being black, but just not being funny.

    Like

    • 332
      Citizen Degu says:

      Well, I liked him on the Black and white minstrels. In those glorious days the BBC made sure even white men would all appear as black people for at least an hour every week.

      Like

      • 356
        Gingy Wade says:

        What has the colour of anyone’s skin got to do with it ?

        Like

        • 533
          Not quite lost all my marbles says:

          But I was told in a compulsory Diversity Meeting that not recognising the colour of a person’s skin was in itself a racist act.
          Can’t win it would seem!

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  83. 294
    Yet another ex-Tory voter says:

    UKIP – right or wrong!

    I’m gonna vote UKIP regularly, often and for as long as I’m alive – a bit like the blue-rinsed stupids that vote Tory.

    Cameron, – the twat who continued Blair’s work and destroyed the Tory Party has succeeded! He’s fucked off so many True-Blue people.

    OK – rejoice you pinko Socialist Twats – but realise, even briefly, you are nothing more than mindless Metropolitan Twats led by your little pink noses into a socialist slaughterhouse beyond your imagining.

    Tossers!

    As for Cameron – God forgive me – rot him!!!

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  84. 295
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Is there a national newspaper that is backing Farage and UKIP?

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    • 322
      Express and Star says:

      /large

      Like

    • 335
      Citizen Degu says:

      The Express? I dunno, as I rarely look at it. But I seem to recall it came out for EU withdrawal a while ago.

      Like

      • 351
        Rob Roy says:

        The support comes from the citizens not the Press.

        This time next year the Kingdom will no longer be united.

        England alongside Scotland will be forced to stand on its own feet.

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  85. 298
    There's a plan says:

    Do you think there’s a chance the EU might cancel the elections given they don’t look to be going according to plan……maybe start a war or something…..

    Like

    • 310
      táxpáyér says:

      We’ll be given another chance to get it right.
      Or Farage will be arrested, then the trial quietly dropped when what he predicts that breaks PC laws happens.

      Like

    • 353
      Wally Scott says:

      If the Referendum is cancelled there may well be some hostage taking in Edinburgh methinks.

      Freedom for Scotland.

      Scottish messes for Scottish people.

      Like

    • 357
      Lord Stansted says:

      I wouldn’t put it past the EU to do something like that. “The urgent situation in Eastern Europe means that we must cancel the upcoming election …. “

      Like

      • 361
        Long John Silver' s parrot says:

        FFS we live in the computer age with millions of people looking for jobs.

        There is no reason whatsoever why you cannot run a war and a referendum at the same time.

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  86. 299
    ukip.i.am.not says:

    The UKIP Roadmap in full:

    Step 1: We run screaming from the EU

    Step 2: Magic happens

    Step 3: We are all happy, white and fully employed with a great relationship with our continental neighbours.

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    • 305
      Fanny Adams says:

      Nail on head.

      Well done.

      We’ve seen goons like UKIP in the past so most people recognise them for what they are.

      Like

      • 496
        Goodbye, goodbye, we're leaving you goodbye, says:

        We couldn’t care less what twats like you think, we’re all voting UKIP anyhow.

        Like

    • 307
      táxpáyér says:

      EUSSR roadmap in full
      1/We hide behind trade barriers.
      2/ ????
      3/ Take over the world.

      BTW Go home EU paid Underpant troll.

      Like

  87. 303
    nell says:

    Getting attacked on Guido’s Blog by UKIP supporters is like being savaged by a really dim sheep.

    Like

  88. 315
    Nigel Farage says:

    Tory Commentator predicts Green win in East — Radio Journalist of Year Iain Dale predicts … http://bit.ly/1k7SKu4

    Hear ! Hear !

    UKIP are now stuffed !

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  89. 323
    Kate Silverback says:

    Increase the top rate of tax and tax the mega bonuses to buggery

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  90. 331
    StevieBC says:

    So GF doesn’t do irony then.

    Will his own ‘commentariat now be fractured’?

    A bit of balance on order-order would be appealing.

    …or do you have to await instructions from The Sun?

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  91. 334
    the mystcal mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    anybody know why there are so many unamusing anti UKIP type posts about lately ?

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    • 346
      Citizen Degu says:

      Their wit astounds. Where do they get it? The bit about dead sheep – haven’t heard that since Denis Healy so cleverly coined it about dear old Geoffrey Howe in the 70s.

      And Nigel going to public school… Wow. No Labour leader ever ever went to public school did they? And Tony Benn, the late saintly Tone of the ever shrinking name – scourge of 60s radio pirates and Mao idolater, tribune of the rad left – he didn’t go to public school did he? Nor did Tom Driberg – Lord Bradman, enthusiastic cottager, Soviet agent, former chairman of the Labour party. And going right up to date – Ed Balls, well, he wasn’t privately educated, was he?. No – all of them sons of unemployed lamplighters. Born dirt poor. Went into the mines at 13…

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    • 400
  92. 339
    FrankFisher says:

    The BBC, The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Sun, Sky, The Daily Mail – all on the same side. All taking identical lines. All throwing every smear they can at UKIP. Anyone ever seen unity like this in the British media before? I’m a politics and media obsessive, and I have never seen anything like it.

    So what does that tell us?

    They are shit scared.

    Good ;-)

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    • 345
      Libertarian Times says:

      We live in libertarian times. The only choice you are allowed is liberal democray with either a yellow, blue or red wrapper.

      Old Labour (i.e. real socialist) was wiped out by Mandelson’s clause IV elimination via New Labour.

      Thatcher’s grey cardinal, Keith Joseph, set about the Tory party with the introduction od deregulation and the like. That was the end of the Tories. Cameron is just a dim witted figure head.

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    • 347
      StevieBC says:

      The MSM has been united – and shockingly irresponsible – when reporting on Scottish independence. Truly awful and UKIP is getting the same ‘Project Fear’ scare stories and smears. But eventually the public realises the game – and the polls reflect this…

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    • 362
      Citizen Degu says:

      Under orders from their masters, Frank. If UKIP really were what many say – just another Establishment front to delude the disgruntled plebs, that Establishment would not be as bothered about the prospect of them doing well. They are bothered. Any pathetic UKIP non story is being yanked about, distorted and spun into a headline smear. So, they are pretty worried, and UKIP is not just part of the illusion of choice LIbLabCon represent. Otherwise there would not be such a unanimity of hysterical smearing going on.

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      • 377
        FrankFisher says:

        Yep. Like one of those energy creatures that always turn up on Star Trek, UKIP feed on the MSM lies and hate. Myself, I am always beset with doubts about the right thing to do, the best options – I overthink things. But with UKIP, these mainstream arseholes convince me more and more every day that I’m doing the right thing. If they hate me this much, I must be doing good.

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        • 391
          Justice Jack S via Citizen Degu says:

          “Did you say hate? Love that word; I really like to make laws using it – gives for clear, precise, fundamentally English legislation you know – so Bert Ramelson once told me!”

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    • 376
      State liars says:

      They were all bizarrely united in trying like hell to get us involved in Syria back in the autumn.

      It was like someone had flipped a switch and every newspaper and TV station was pumping out identical bollocks. Didn’t work though.

      But it was a real eye opener to just what a corrupt crappy state we have become.

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  93. 340
    Seamus Milne says:

    Gibraltar should be given to Argentina

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  94. 348
    Mr angry says:

    Truly disgusted this evening by the newsreels coming out of Ukraine.

    EU peacekeepers being held hostages by thugs and savages deprived of their dignity and human rights.

    Not a squeak out of Cameron. Baroness Ashton nowhere to seen.

    Probably in some church while I write.

    The Ukrainians have now forfeited for ever any right to EU membership.

    If the hostages are not released in the next hour a guided missile should be directed on the hour every hour to the heart of Eastern Ukraine.

    The place is inhabited by barbarians

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    • 358
      C O (Ξ7q1) says:

      Yes – the Russ!ans are in there and are going to annex the place.

      Get ready for war.

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      • 374
        N Chamberlain and O von Bismarck via Citizen Degu says:

        “It’s a far away country of which we know little, which is not worth the bones of a single geordie squaddie”.

        Let Baroness Cathy Unelected and President Fatty fight Vlad themselves if they want to.

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        • 515
          Expat Geordie says:

          As the grandson of a Geordie squaddie, here, here.

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        • 528
          C O (Ξ7q1) says:

          NATO Article V is the reason why heads should not be in the sand.

          U’kraine is not so important from that perspective – it’s what is happening on the borders of the B’alkan’s and the B’altics that needs to be watched.

          As for that matter all R’ussian nationals that happen to be in the UK – the known and unknown ones.

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    • 363
      testiculararis says:

      You expect a squeak out of Cameron???

      Come now! – not until his miniscule balls are held in a vice like grip by Merkosilande or Putin

      Like

      • 372
        William Hague says:

        I am staying out of this.

        There are canapés red wine and things on sticks in the Richmond Conservative Club tonight.

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        • 383
          Citizen Degu says:

          Remind me – which was the democratically elected government of the Ukraine again? Oh yes – the one brought down by EU ( those stalwarts of self determination) interference and mob violence – that was it.

          Like

        • 429
          Nut job Ham jam says:

          What, naked men on poles?

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      • 373
        Barry O'bama says:

        His ass belongs to me.

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        • 382
          An awkward bastard says:

          Guided missiles mean no boots on the ground.

          Handy when you don’t have an aircraft carrier despite having taxed your own people threefold for one.

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      • 379
        Koba says:

        Remember Haig is prepared to sacrifice whats left of the UK

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        • 388
          VonClegg4G_d says:

          Truth is… nothin’s left.

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          • Bert Camus says:

            The point is those peacekeepers are having their human rights violated in a degrading and humiliating manner on the world stage.

            All Cameron and the EU do is call upon the Russians to sort it out and then badmouth the Russians all they can.

            As we all know the Russians were pulling the strings to have the last democratically elected pro Russian Ukrainian President removed from office at the butt of a gun.

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        • 412
          non taxable pikey says:

          Thought Haig drowned.

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            That was Kitchener.

            Haig was a lowland Scot who believed in “England”. Best man for the job at the time and the best general that Britain has ever produced.

            Hague is a @#$%!!!

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    • 402
      Your war, you fight it says:

      Well Mr Angry, you could always go off to Ukraine yourself, you know, like your imported jihadist scum go off to Syria.

      Then us thick fat stupid idle waycist good for nothin’ lazy English wouldn’t have to go and do the fighting for you.

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    • 511
      Victoria Nuland & Ann Applebaum says:

      OBSE first said these men were part of the OBSE mission, then denied any knowledge of any missing members, then categorically stated that these were not OBSE members, but military verification members.

      In other words – mercs and spies. Before opening mouth, try engaging brain.

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    • 514
      táxpáyér says:

      Not sure why I should care about those who toppled the democratically elected leadership of the Ukraine.

      Like

  95. 360
    Nigel Farage says:

    UKIP FREEPOST RLSU-HZBG-UBBG Lexdrum House Heathfield
    Devon TQ12 6UT

    freepostukip Don’t need envelopes just write on pieces

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    • 395
      Podiceps says:

      What a despicable little creep you are. But it is comforting that all the efforts of you and your contemptible friends merely reveal your nastiness, and so increase the vote for UKIP.

      Like

  96. 367
    Anonymous says:

    It looks like there is a God after all……

    LibDems told to expect to lose all MEPs in Euro elections ‘bloodbath’
    Senior Liberal Democrats are privately warned that party could be left with no MEPs after next month’s European Parliament elections.

    What excellent news, lets make sure it happens, vote ukip everytime.

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  97. 368
    catesby says:

    Hopefully the poll is indicative of what will happen in the Euro poll. Don’t forget to vote Ukip in the locals as well simultaneously.

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  98. 369
    Anonymous says:

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  99. 370
    Harvey Proctor says:

    Former B&P voters who feel “swamped” by immigrants are turning to UKIP as a “decent” and “non-racist” alternative, UKIP’s deputy chairman has said.

    Former Tory MP Neil”Brown Envelope” Hamilton said “quite a few” people who voted B&P in the 2009 European elections had switched sides.

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    • 387
      Martin (ding-dong) Battlefield tours) Bell says:

      The himmel-tons are the real face of UKIP. Half baked, and in for the £ash.

      Like

    • 538
      DoesMyBumLookBig? says:

      I used to read in Private Eye fascinating gossip about one ‘Harvey Proctorbum’.
      Are you any relation?

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    • 576
      worker drone 22 says:

      In my case, he is spot on.

      I’ve voted for them since 2000 but I am switching to UKIP. The B&P have served their purpose and should probably call it a day.

      I will always be thankful to NG for standing up and risking gaol (twice) for having the balls to shine a light on the religion of peace grooming gangs. NG has his faults, but it’s a certainty there are young white girls still alive today because of his actions.

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  100. 384
    Why Vote? says:

    Last time I voted UKIP we ended up with nikki Sinclair – then she jumped ship once she done her time at the trough.
    F**Kin sick of the lot of ‘em ukip,lab, lib,cons, green,s and all the other mofos eager to line their pockets at the EU cabal.
    I’d chuck a bucket of p*ss on ANY arse*ole tryin to convince me to pay for them in Brussels.

    By the way, can I send my next Npower electric bill to Farage? Clegg? Cameroon? Milipede? No, though not…. but the fuc*ers will be putting theirs through the expenses.

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    • 411
      Citizen Degu says:

      Actually Martin Callanan, my local Tory MEP, did sterling work fighting against the Commission’s evil plans to destroy e-cigs – and so massively damage public health across Europe. That case provided a good example of how powerless the laughably misnamed “parliament” actually is in the EU when compared to the oligarchical Commission and Council. Callanan went out on a limb against the Cameroid party line. Good on him. But an honourable man does not belong in the same party as one led by “Emotional abuse” Dave. I hope Mr C jumps to UKIP.

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    • 428
      @hateliebour says:

      Don’t vote then, you have no right to complain about any political party or anything they decide to screw up, you can complain but nobody will be bothered, just as you couldn’t be bothered voting, go out and vote and vote whoever, doesn’t matter just vote

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  101. 386
    Field Marshall Abu Qatada says:

    Stop the Islam Fucks! EXPOSÉ: Qatar’s takeover of Europe – Op-Eds –

    http://www.isr*elnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/12429#.U106CKJZiSp

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    • 397
      Biasuum says:

      You do know where you can stick that biased source.

      Like

    • 460
      tigerowl says:

      Typical UKIP voter I suppose. Shame UKIP have reduced the debates over the EU and immigration to just a vote to anyone who hates foreigners, gay people, non whites etc. And Mr Hamilton of take the money in brown paper bags says UKIP are not bigots.

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  102. 389
    Bert Camus says:

    Alstom, French Socialists, a call to patriotism and electric trams everywhere.

    This has all the ingredients for a real disaster when the temperatures hit 30 degrees this summer.

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  103. 390
    Anonymous says:

    Mother-of-nine who is earning £38,000 a year in benefits and is pregnant again with twins reveals she now plans to be STERILISED

    yet another good reason to vote ukip.

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    • 453
      tigerowl says:

      Interesting that you base your reason to vote UKIP as one person who you think is cheating the system. But what benefits will UKIP end?
      47 per cent of the benefits bill goes to pensioners. next biggest group is working people who receive credits for child care and for topping up wages from low paying work. Of all the money spent on benefits in the UK, only 0.7% (£1.2billion) is lost to fraud. Yet that amount is eclipsed by the £1.3billion that is unclaimed or underpaid.
      Like UKIP, your argument is irrational.
      So what benefits will you want UKIP to stop?
      UKIP too will stop maternity pay if your company is too small. It will end employment protection as this in their view stops jobs. Read their views. It is all out there.
      UKIP lost the argument on the EU so now turn to other prejudices. Some Neanderthals do not like people of another colour or language, so UKIP appeal to them. Lowest form of political life is to seek votes on race, sexuality or creed issues. Lowest form of democracy is when those views are seen as acceptable.
      Vote UKIP….then crawl back under where you came from.

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      • 463
        pussysparrow says:

        So applying your own logic to the poll – you believe that 31% of the electorate are Neanderthals.
        …crawl back under the bridge where you belong…

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      • 506
        táxpáyér says:

        Racist.

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      • 549
        F##k the LibLabCon says:

        Calling poor hard-working people who have lost their jobs and in some cases their housing to immigrants ‘Neanderthals’ is low if you ask me. Get back to your ivory tower and read the Guardian you pontificating twat.

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      • 561
        The Supreme Court says:

        It is not yet illegal to dislike people.

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    • 653
      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      SHE SHOULD BE KICKED UP THE SNATCH!

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  104. 393
    Anonymous says:

    Triple murderer given £800 because guards broke his nail clippers and then refused to say sorry as they moved him to segregation after he stabbed three of their colleagues

    vote ukip

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  105. 394
    BBC editor goes off message says:

    And now a new series called’ le’ts all laugh at France.’

    episode 1.
    According to the World Economic Forum, France’s labor market efficiency ranks 71st out of 148 countries, with hiring and firing practices ranked as the 144th most efficient.

    Amanda Holden and Graham Norton ask some Frenchies if they are sick to death of the socialists

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    • 415
      Anonymous says:

      If I’m not mistaken our very own Labour troll ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ would love to see the policies of Francoise Hollande replicated over here, the dumb fuck.

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  106. 396
    Anonymous says:

    Italian waiter, 20, ‘beaten to death by five Eastern European migrants in row over their loud music’ – just six days after moving to UK

    vote ukip

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  107. 398
    to those who think they're in control says:

    The people have almost spoken, WTF are you fucktards gonna do about it?

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  108. 405
    Multi-kulti shit hole Britain says:

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    • 413
      Socialism is theft says:

      The gutter press don’t yet realise that, the more the establishment smears UKIP, the more that ordinary people know that UKIP are NOT the same as the Liblabcons.

      Like

      • 417
        Citizen Degu says:

        My point too – see above a bit.

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      • 424
        UKmediacorruption says:

        Yet on the flip side: as the great unwashed become more dismissive of the MSM the greater the need to censor the Internet.
        …And it’s starting next year via the UN agency the International Telecommunications Union (ITU).
        Treaty has already been ratified.

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      • 456
        tigerowl says:

        Of course UKIP are not the same. Racism sexism mean you do not even get into other parties., With UKIP they are credentials that make you one of the lads. Pub arguments are no reason to vote for a party that IS the same as the others. take the cash as MEPs but do not do the work.
        And when farage talks of foreigners getting OUR jobs, what about the comment he made that he employed his wife who is German because NO BRITISH WORKER COULD DO THE JOB? Makes the poster of UKIP that foreigners are after our jobs a joke. When the leader of UKIP employs a foreigner instead of a British worker.
        Seems you can fool some of the people all of the time then.

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        • 466
          Nut job Ham jam's CLA keeper says:

          Clever at taking comment out of context aren’t you? The Great Nigel was referring to needing someone to be working at midnight at times and only a wife could do that. Sorry if he harms your precious sensitivities. Now fuck off.

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        • 470
          pussysparrow says:

          “British jobs for British workers.”
          The Prime Minister of the UK, 24/09/2007.
          I rest my case, m’lud!

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        • 479
          haway the lads says:

          You would do well, going up to the Harrogate Flower show, where 99.9% of the people visiting are white, you could then shout through the public address system that this is not right, as it’s racist to have so many white people together on the the site, the only problem is how do you persuade non whites to visit a flower show that they aren’t interested in, do you shut it down or just carry on, what your talking about is as above a load of bollocks, if the UKIP leader is employing a German national then how can he be racist, your rules not mine, you are trying to return to the old Liebour days where all the isms ruled, people have gone way past being conditioned by tossers like you, your just a nasty piece of Liebour work who are showing Lioebour in it’s true light.

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        • 525
          jgm2 says:

          Wow, you really are panicked by a tiny fringe party ‘nicking’ a few of ‘your’ votes aren’t you?

          In danger of losing your council seat are you?

          Like

        • 550
          No more LibLabCon says:

          Racist!

          Like

        • 659
          Jack Ketch says:

          Why do bedwetters complain that FORMER B&P voters will vote UK? Surely FORMER B&P voters have at times voted Tory, Lib-Dem and Labour? At least UKIP does not enrol former B&P members as party functionaries as Labour does.

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  109. 410
    EU traitor says:

    Bad luck,Tommy.

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  110. 416
    Citizen Degu says:

    Nigel – take the next screechy and sanctimonious little Trot who smears you as a “racist” /”Nazi” etc to court. They are defaming you, possibly accusing you of a crime. Sue the pants off them. Get them to try to prove it in court. Take their money. Hopefully, send them to prison. Show the hard left they can’t throw that word at someone without there being possibly serious legal consequences for them. It’s the same sort of assault on a person’s character as the libels were about Lord McAlpine.

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    • 652
      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      Accusations of racism are piling on UKIP votes by the truckload they should be encouraged.

      Like

  111. 418
    Nigel Farage says:

    Everyone please join me in my quest to scatter used condoms about the wild places of this fine Earth to encourage lewdness & fornication.

    Like

    • 557
      Dave says:

      Will there be bunting and certificates with boxes to tick? Will a man in a frock who doesn’t believe in God tell everyone how holy we all are?

      Like

  112. 419
    Tim Farton, President of the Cockroach Party says:

    CONFUSED ?? SO ARE WE; LIBDEMS MAKE IT UP AS THEY GO ALONG.

    Like

    • 492
      Cyril Smith says:

      Who did Farron sleep with to get to be president of the LibDems?

      Like

      • 670
        The PoofWatcher says:

        Every member of the National executive, every local organisers, a few homeless lads and the inmates of Pentonville Prison.

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  113. 422
    Anonymous says:

    I’m very glad that the Irish now have their own country. I’m glad that the Scots will soon have theirs.

    I’m voting ukip so that soon the English too can have their own country.

    No more listening to the main liblabcon party, its over. No more of their lies on a united europe.

    vote ukip for England

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    • 443
      tigerowl says:

      ‘I’m voting ukip so that soon the English too can have their own country’ You must be a laugh a minute.
      What do you mean the English can have their own country then?
      We do. I am English and live in England.
      OH. You mean white and not foreign.
      Another I’m not racist BUT person.
      Sad that UKIP find so many who fail to look at what UKIP are offering. Not just anti foreigner, they are anti working people too.

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  114. 425
    Anonymous says:

    Vote liblabcon party for a United States of Europe and even more islamisation of England.
    Vote ukip if you don’t want the above.

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  115. 430
    Den Kod says:

    Two crocodiles relocate to the river Thames, one by Woolwich and one by Westminster bridge.
    After two weeks go by they meet up in the middle of the night by Vauxhall bridge. When the Woolwich croc sees his friend he is shocked at how thin he is.
    “What’s wrong? Haven’t you not eaten much?” He said.
    “Yeah, loads!” Said the Westminster croc. ” I wait until there’s late night voting, and I wait for a lone politician to venture into the car park and get Them!”
    “How exactly do you catch them and subdue them?” said Woolwich
    “Well,” said Westminster ” I grab ‘em, shake the shit out of them till they stop moving, drag ‘em underwater and eat them at leisure”
    “There’s the problem! Once you’ve shaken the shit out of any MP, all you’ve got left is a greasy smile and a limp handshake!”

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    • 441
      Podiceps says:

      Not very funny the first time. Far less funny when repeated.

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      • 458
        Des Lawson says:

        ‘Two crocodiles relocate to the river Thames, one by Woolwich and one by Westminster bridge. After two weeks go by they meet up in the middle of the night by Vauxhall bridge’

        But Vauxhall Bridge, is in the wrong direction. Poor Woolwich croc has to pass Westminster croc to get there. It’s nearer Chelsea Bridge or the Albert Bridge or Battersea Bridge.

        Now it they met at, say, Tower Bridge…

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        Comic Critic says:

        The joke’s poorly constructed. It begins with the crocodile saying he’s eaten loads, but by the end we are supposed to believe the crocodile has eaten nothing but a greasy smile and a limp handshake. Lack of internal consistency…fatal to jokes. The original probably had them discussing whether to eat MPs.

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    nell says:

    We have made our minds up as a family that we are going to vote UKIP in the eu elections.

    Not particularly enamoured of some of UKIP’s loony candidates but we want to give the main parties a kicking and we don’t think the eu elections are particularly important so can afford to make this gesture.

    I suspect come 2015 most of us will revert to other electoral patterns.

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    • 478
      llen says:

      Why shouldn’t you vote for UKIP? Because Nigel Farage is a twat.

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      • 486
        Play the man not the ball... says:

        Yeah, that’s a great reason for us all to stay in the corrupt, expensive and profoundly anti-democratic, anti-British EU.

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      • 493
        Anonymous says:

        at least he is heterosexual, are you saying hence unelectable?

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      • 494
        lenl says:

        Mmmm…that is indeed a compelling argument…
        So – in your esteemed opinion – does UKIP have a monopoly on ‘twat’ politicians?
        For my own future voting decision making – could you please advise which UK parties are ‘twat free’?
        Much obliged.

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      Londoner says:

      Don’t feel too bad about the loony candidate thing. The Labour Party harbours all sorts of space cadets. Take a look at Mary Honeyball MEP, for instance, a self described ‘pro-European feminist’ who even now would have the UK join the Euro if she could. She is obsessed by sex, and spends a lot of her time politicking in the vain hope that she can eliminate the sex industry, though as a wealthy middle ages woman she has interestingly not got much to say about stamping out the exploitation of men and children for sex by women who go on sex holidays in the third world or the poorer bits of the southern mediterranean.

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      Braveheart says:

      I thought it was only households where the paterfamilias sweeps up all the postal ballot papers and fills them in on his own where families got to vote as a unit. Everyone else gets to vote in a secret ballot.
      Anyway, by supporting UKIP you will not only increase the Yes vote in the Scottish referendum, by confirming that the English must have a screw loose, but also contribute to a Labour landslide in England, Wales and Northern Ireland in 2015 and a Millipede-led government thereafter. I have no opinion on whether that is a good thing.

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        Dragonfly says:

        I don’t think many people in England care very much either way how the Scots vote. If Scotland does decide to stay though, I am sure Socts will be very welcome. But I think the Scots have to stop sending so many MPs to Westminster. I doubt the English will any longer tolerate Scottish MPs like Angus MacNeil being given an equal vote to an English MP in our Parliament when only 6,213 people voted for him.

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      • 585
        jgm2 says:

        Hopefully, if Fucking Scotland fucks off with 50 Labour MPs, then the Tories won’t split the UKIP vote in 2015.

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  117. 438
    Nut job Ham jam says:

    Fools, kafir, infidels. Leave now, we are the masters.

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    Anonymous says:

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    Anonymous says:

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    non taxable pikey says:

    Ouch! Bet that smarts.

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  121. 495
    Maria Miller says:

    Oh Well !!!

    New Tory star in hypocrisy storm over tax avoidance ploy as a £3m City banker http://dailym.ai/1mKTKHg

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  122. 508
    Lennysmum says:

    Ha ha !
    OMG – that’s the first time I have laughed at Lenny since TISWAS, circa 1978.

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  123. 516
    cured lefty says:

    “I love the smell of establishment shite in the morning”.

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  124. 535
    Tories Out says:

    Iain Duncan Smith, the bum, spent £170,000 of taxpayer money promoting the Bedroom Tax
    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/bedroom-tax-iain-duncan-smith-3465937

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      jgm2 says:

      One of the funniest things I’ve heard this week was Salmond, after the visit of Useless Ned, calling for the Little Scotlanders to throw off the yoke of Englidh oppression because of the ‘Bedroom Tax’.

      Hilarious. Ned invents a ‘tax’ to appeal to bedwetters, dolites and such-like scroungers and Salmond then uses it as a stick to leave the UK and throw 50 Labour MPs out of Fucking Scotland.

      I suppose they’re both talking to the same demographic.

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        Multi-kulti shit hole Britain says:

        It gets even funnier…Salmond also sent this note to Fred Goodwin a while back before the collapse of RBS…

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      Fabians and paid trolls are Evil says:

      You cretin – go stick your head up Cyril Smith’s dead arse!

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  125. 543
    Number 10 Knobcheese says:

    I need some new ideas quick. Smearing UKIP is not having the desired effect. Surely the electorate are too stupid to realise what’s going on. Lynton! Earn your money!

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  126. 546
    Ed Miliband says:

    On this day, on behalf of the J*wish people, I say to UKIP trash who have sought and still seek to destroy us: You have failed and you will fail.

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    • 559
      Green, green the grass is green says:

      You are a very sick person and need to see someone about your personality problems.

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  127. 548
    David Axelrod says:

    Sunday Times runs with UKIP “in lead” for EU election based on poll of 1835.

    http://voteforpolicies.org.uk has 24% of 373233 surveyed voting Green.

    UKIP are dead in the water !

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  128. 551
    Bollocks Broadcasting Corporation says:

    Urgent note to all news editors:

    It is essential that all news bulletins carry at least one negative impact UKIP story between now and the EU elections.

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  129. 570
    Ockham's Razor says:

    @CO. Now north of Alps. Cold day tomorrow. Really in need of some AGW here…

    Incidentally, autobahn round Salzburg now has an unrealistically low speed limit of 80kmh (50mph) due to IG-L (Immissionsschutzgesetz-Luft) Bloody leftie PC politics happen here as well. If it is that bad, then shut down the autobahn and have done, I say. But it is really just a “know your place” to the denizens who seem to take it all too calmly.

    28 videos posted throughout last night… what dedication when even I was asleep! I did leave a historically-slanted note on the earlier page today but repeat that I understand the limitations on data and the desire to tie in with the CRUTEM4 land data.

    Had a quick view of 2006 before I set off and was amazed at the increase in the amount of data from the S Pacific. On my journey, I figured much of that must have come from satellites but still recalled some obvious ship movements. The number of daily data had risen from c1900 in 1931 to 30,000.

    Had a look at 1950 just now and was amazed at how relatively quiet the S China Sea was then, the war having been over by some time.

    Your observation about shipping using the coastal, therefore shallower, therefore warmer waters holds up in every video.

    It will be good to get this on 16:9 as if you have the progress bar highlighted, the header info of date and average day’s sample size becomes masked which is a pity.

    Where is this all going? The IPCC/UEA are honour bound to ignore it to begin with. But the media did the same with UKIP and look where it has got them.

    Off to bed now but bravo for a fantastic effort! Speak further when I get my brain back…

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      Bored shitless says:

      Can’t wait.

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      Reader says:

      Thanks very much for that update on your project. It sounds very interesting. I thought the clip you put up (yesterday?) was very interesting.

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        Ockham's Razor says:

        He has done fantastically well. It shows that an individual, armed with just a home computer and a good brain, can challenge the rest of the world and, if right, prevail.

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      C O (Ξ7q1) says:

      Have finally got the data sets for 2008 to 2013 : Am going to run them through the mill a little later and post – likely tomorrow.

      There are a lot more fixed data points now in the Southern Oceans – it is actually quite an impressive engineering feat. A’ntarctica and the A’rctic are covered by IR sensors on satellite now – that data am looking for.

      The Sat data became fully available from 2008, lowering the ‘global averages’. Am not sure if the Sat temp data is a good comparison as that will not be measuring the temperature of the low level atmosphere directly, but only inferring. Am going to do a little research on that issue: Specifically if IR Sat temp is strictly comparable to surface dry bulb.

      If you are wondering about gaps between dates on the 28 I put up – I think that is something to do with ffmpeg. Need to look deeper – but the bits in between I do have the frames for – they are just not included in the mp4’s.

      Figured out today a methodology for mapping constant area cells of fixed latitude deltas onto globe. If you look around you will see the average temperature maps researchers use present a M’ercator flat plot with a grid. A problem is that the area represented by each square is not constant (the geometry of sphere is not Euclidean…), and the area represented by each cell is quite large – particularly in latitude delta.

      To give an example of this difference:

      If I decide on a difference in latitude of 0.1 deg, and want cells to cover an area of 1000 km sq, at the equator I end up with 253 cells to cover the globe at that latitude. At 80 degs N or S, to cover a 0.1 deg latitude difference with cells of 1000 km sq I require 170 cells.

      Plotted on the M’ercator projection there would be less cells which would appear larger further away from the equator. The variation is quite large – as the numbers I quote above indicate – which certainly make for interesting modelling. Just an interesting aside, and important note for the calculation of averages at sea.

      I think equal area at small fixed latitude delta is much fairer for comparison purposes as it should imply cells receive roughly constant solar energy incident by latitude, and cells should be relatively immune from discontinuous weather phenomena such as fronts etc., which would cause temperatures recorded within to have a larger probability of variation.

      The CRUTEM4.2 land data is the most complete set available for land – however it is monthly not daily. When I have the ICOADS data I now have split into grid values so as monthly values can be calculated shall add the CRUTEM4.

      All this should prove is that the temperature dynamic of low level atmosphere over land vs. sea is very different: That is to be expected as Land is generally more reflective of IR and has a different heat capacities dependent on what is at its surface.

      The sea is by comparison homogeneous – being predominantly water. (Sorry for stating the blindingly obvious – not trying to patronize, but stating some of the stuff glossed over by the climate mongs. It is amusing when written.)

      It should also be noted that both the SST data and the CRUTEM temperatures are that of the atmosphere at a low elevation – neither the temperature of the land or the sea itself. One set of atmospheric temperatures are recorded over bodies of water, the over land.

      The SST I have shown are specifically ‘dry bulb’ temperatures of the air taken at sea.

      The actual sea temperature is quite different, but air temperature would roughly correlate with that of the sea. That is why I pointed out the geographical biasing for SST temperature measurements being coincident with shipping lanes.

      Absent information on humidity levels at the time (which are available, but not yet extracted / examined) a reverse correlation that air temperature variations could indicate variations in sea temperature cannot be made. :-)

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    Fabians and paid trolls are Evil says:

    How, in the name of all that is Holy, can Labour be second? Their last bash at trying to govern unleashed such economic and social damage that the country may never ever recover. Labour politicans and their brain dead uninformed donkey supporters should be sent to re-education camps.

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      justBecause says:

      Ah, I believe you could be referring to that well regarded voting strategy of ;

      “My grandad voted Labour, my dad voted Labour – so of course I will be voting labour next time.”

      And we wonder in amazement why we get such thick MP’s who can’t even fiddle their expenses properly?!

      Anyone – and I do mean anyone (except perhaps Labour MP’s) – who votes for Labour at the next General Election is just an idiot – or has been in a coma for about 17 years.

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      • 693
        Fabians and paid trolls are Evil says:

        Yep that’s the one – the ignorant tribal voting idiots.

        They are like a bunch of loyal football supporters with their unthinking blind support. The uninformed fools are, in fact, undermining democracy and it also allows the labour elete like Blair, Kinnock, etc. etc. to get away with installing their offspring in safe seats.

        The only way to get good Government is to have the would be M.P’s scared shitless by voters being informed.

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      The intolerant EU tolerance directive via Citizen Degu says:

      Hey – we’ll be doing that too. The places aere almost ready now for the children who don’t show the correct attitude to feminism.

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    Multi-kulti shit hole Britain says:

    Top 3 comments deleted out of 1882 comments.

    LibDems told to expect to lose all MEPs in Euro elections ‘bloodbath’

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/10791249/LibDems-told-to-expect-to-lose-all-MEPs-in-Euro-elections-bloodbath.html#disqus_thread

    Joseph Goebbels, eat your heart out!

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  132. 592
    Nigel Farage says:

    Greatest response to UKIP racism you will ever see > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2fV2K0b38Jc

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    • 595
      Alf Garnett says:

      On Alves: sad to say casual racism is more or less accepted norm in Spain. It’s not unusual to hear word “monkey” to describe black people.

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    • 610
      Forest Road says:

      Although I am sure it exists, I have not personally seen much overt, organised racism in this country. The first memorable incident was 15 years ago, in Seven Sisters, where a large number of West Indians at a bus stop abused and jeered a group of Roma, making it quite clear they would not be welcome in that part of London. They fled but there was no actual violence.

      The most recent was a year or so ago when some yobs from the EDL visited Walthamstow and abused a number of Hindu Tamils, ignorantly mistaking them for Pak*st*ni muslims. The same yobs also jeered the asian owners of a local mixed gym, apparently under the mistaken impression they were also devout muslims and in need of a haranging: which must have come as a surpise to them and the lycra clad ladies who work out there.

      By most standards round the world, these are fairly tame incidentswith long periods of time in between them, as this is still a pretty relaxed country and most people rub along tolerably well enough. I am not aware of any incidents involving members of UKIP. if you are, why not share your evidence of them rather than mis-identifying an incident at a football match as such?

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  133. 608
    Even the blind are beginning to see sense says:

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    Anonymous says:

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    Anonymous says:

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    Anonymous says:

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    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    They don’t like it up ‘em (reference to all the others apart from UKIP).

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  138. 634
    There's a plan says:

    So, has the despicable David Steel been door stepped yet?

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  139. 635
    UKID DING says:

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    • 642
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Is that the same twat that’s refused a referendum Camerooons (just asking).

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      • 655
        W Shakespeare says:

        To get the measure of this utter toss artist Ged Mirfin read his prolix comment in ‘Local Government Chronicle’, (linked below).

        He is a classic buzzword junky and obfiscating insider – and an all-round fucking bore who is utterly incapable of communicating. He deserves to be voted out of office simply for crimes against the English language.

        http://www.lgcplus.com/ged-mirfin/1622418.publicprofile

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    • 643
      C O (Ξ7q1) says:

      So what reason not to vote Lib Dem ? :-)

      The EU budget went up, despite Dave’s attempt and blatant lie to us.

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    • 650
      Boris says:

      Any party that takes a pot shot about expenses deserves ridicule – not votes.
      The Tory party is led by a millionaire who still claimed on his expenses for the removal of Wisteria from his chimney. As you do.
      For that one fact alone I despise Cameron.

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    • 658
      @hateliebour says:

      Good for you, I will be voting UKIP.

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    • 680
      Ged Says... says:

      …I want something designed for me by Central Office. :)

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    • 691
      I want a FUCKING referendum! says:

      Still voting UKIP, right bring on the next propaganda.

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    • 706
      UKIP the final solution says:

      Cut the EU budget did he?

      Then why is the UK being forced to pay record amounts to the EU?

      The Tories are bare faced brazen liars.

      All Cameron did was to cut the amount the freeloading EU regions give while increasing what the UK gives, now that is some victory.

      Vote conservative if you support pathological liars.

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    JadedJean16 says:

    Does Political Correctness, and especially anti-racism, serve to make de-nationalisation (EUropeanization/internationalism/globalization) easier? Note the BBC’s world education coverage at the moment, along with all the rest of the world event coverage at the expense of uplifting/ecouraging national news.

    It doesn’t happen in France or even the USA! The media encourages fragmentation, Balkanization in my view. It’s cleverly done.

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      C O (Ξ7q1) says:

      It has an effect of weakening the populations against which it is targeted, particularly against those nations which are predominantly homogeneous in ethnicity such as Ch!na, !ndia, R’ussia etc. Those stronger nations are the anti-thesis of the globalization theory.

      As Y’ugoslavia demonstrated, the net effect will likely be a very nasty sectarian war in the UK, perhaps a little more.

      This is not an attack against UKIP, but am becoming more convinced that history is certainly rhyming at present, and this time round the UK will be wearing the dubious cloak of dis-honour that G’ermany put on back in the 1920’s.

      How would you convert a reasonably cultured and tolerant nation into a properly rac!st National Socialist danger to itself, global security and anyone who does not measure up ?

      Marginalize the majority ethnic population with crap like political correctness, let in a bunch of economically marginalized immigrants, and then economically oppress the majority who were previously politically oppressed is a very good way to start.

      Popcorn time is definitely approaching fast.

      A strategy out of this would be for the UK to focus its efforts on an enemy without. R’ussia could yet be very useful.

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        JadedJean16 says:

        “homogeneous in ethnicity”

        Which group were kicked out of Russia in the early 1900s who then re-entered Russia (mainly from NYC) during the Second WW to foment revolution?

        “let in a bunch of economically marginalized immigrants”

        This group were far from “economically marginalised” whilst in NYC.

        The Germans saw through their anarchistic and predatory tendencies.

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          C O (Ξ7q1) says:

          I was not thinking of or referring to that mob, but looking at things purely from an English perspective as pertains to England right now.

          However, to your point…

          Could the great depression have been a ruse to encourage the individuals you refer, to leave ?

          Don’t worry too much about them: They are a busted flush who will be carrying their own genocide guilt if they continue to screw about with the peace process in the way that they are for much longer.

          Ch!na has no real truck with them, the US is just about done, and R’uss!a really wants to give them a big bear hug. I mean, where was that famous Elders pamphlet written, and why ?

          Keep an eye on the J’onathan P’ollard situation: He and his actions back in the 80s were a gift of both Hubris and Nemesis – Nemesis is now becoming apparent, as his release date approaches.

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          • JadedJean16 says:

            Correction

            First WW

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          • C O (Ξ7q1) says:

            Was wondering about that: I stand by my speculation about the US depression of the 30s, however, the migration trends during the 30s and 40s for the ethnic group you refer was primarily towards the US, and certainly not towards R’ussia.

            One thing that is worth repeating as a mantra is this:

            ‘!srael is neither a reliable, or trusted, friend, or ally, of A’merica.’

            That is meant at face value. Look into the intelligence sharing agreements which exist between the US and its real allies to get the point.

            Opening its doors to refugee’s and those oppressed in their own homelands though is something totally different, and properly goes to the heart of what A’merica is in part about.

            Just so as there is no doubt – the US inherited those values from the UK.

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        • 677
          JF says:

          Oh doooooo please heed the advice you have been offered. You have been told time and time again to go and study some politics and history and stop abusing generally accepted terms. Take ‘anarchistic’. Once you know what ideas like ‘anarchy’, ‘anarchism’ and their derivitives really mean you won’t look as ignorant and you may even be able to hold a reasoned debate with people and pursuade them of things. You will gain absolutely nothing trying to engage others in your ideas about politics, and merely annoy them if you can’t get the basics correct.

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        JadedJean16 says:

        Addendum

        At the end of the C19th and early years of the C20th Britain opened its doors to asylum seekers fleeing persecution in Eastern Europe. What Britain didn’t seem to appreciate is that amidst those asylum seekers were anarchists who were feeling not persecution, but justified antagonism towards their anti-statist subversive behaviour. Some of those migrants moved onto NYC. In 1917 elements of this same group were used by the German High command to get Russia off their Eastern front by toppling the Tsar. Others were used by Britain according to Lloyd George to destabilise the Middle East, and thus make things difficult for the Ottoman Empire, an ally of Germany. In later decades, anarchism became free-market libertarianism which is anti-statist. This is why we have such a weak Public Sector. The anger today is because a clever minority use other less able groups to further erode their economic competition. For decades after WWII, Britain built up its welfare state through hard work and austerity. The ‘liberalism’ of the 60s was in fact subversion. After all, the kids hadn’t paid for the state, their parents had. It’s been down-hill ever since, with Thatcher’s mob (Keith Joseph playing the Grey Cardinal) promoting anarchism as freedom/individualism, whilst casting the USSR etc as evil (Saatchi etc PR). It was of course quite the reverse in reality. The USSR, like China today, put people before self-interest, duty before rights, i.e responsibility before narcissism.

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          Comic Critic says:

          OK, back to first year history class for you then…

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          C O (Ξ7q1) says:

          I would say that the post WWII welfare state was more a construction of compromise by an elite that had to not only rebuild a weakened population and deeply damaged economy, but do so in the new reality of not having empire status or such privilege.

          As US power erodes one can see a similar destructive trend appearing in the US. The elites are seeking compromise with their people to maintain governance by offsetting the demand for their productive labour (due to competition from Ch!na mainly) with ‘free’ government money, and increasing the size of the welfare state to cover for what are declining real living standards that the economy can no longer deliver.

          The welfare state structure appears to be what happens when great nations enter terminal decline, the irony being that as they transition properly to lesser nation status the population has a bad reality check when the now unaffordable state system is removed.

          That distortion of reality is what most libertarians object to, as well as the unconscionable waste and mismanagement of resources which goes into maintaining it. The main objection of course being that the structure denies people their individual freedom of choice and inexorably leads to a situation of harm when the unsustainable structures collapse.

          Agree with you fully that ‘liberalism’ is subversive: It is an immoral value system that undermines both individual and nation state by targeting the ideals which complement decent and productive societies.

          I disagree that Ch!na puts people before self-interest.

          In Ch!na, the party has to project those values in order to retain legitimacy: Any challenge to its legitimacy quickly demonstrates how worthless the individual is in the party calculus. The balancing act of governance is quite delicate but ruthless – which is why they have to and do heavily censor the media for example.

          The USSR operated in much the same way.

          Both of those systems have not determined a viable forward evolution: That was apparently quite catastrophic in R’ussia when the Soviet system failed, and it is yet to be seen what happens in Ch!na.

          It should be noted that with over 5000 years of societal history in Ch!na, the period from when Mao led the revolution to the present is still not even a blink of the eye in their historical terms, so any claims of success for that system are simply mis-guided and fatuous in the extreme.

          In short – large states are great for deluding the people and keeping them docile or oppressed, but only until they become too expensive to run. Understanding that explains why Labour went to the extreme of faking their recent utopia with borrowed money, and why it is going to end very badly for the majority who bought into it unaware.

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          The unquiet ghost of Joe Stalin via Citizen Degu says:

          I’m sure those millions of Soviet citizens I slaughtered, imprisoned and used for slave labour on my vanity projects were pleased they lived in a country which put them first. And what did those starving Ukrainians have to complain about – didn’t they know they were in the worker’s paradise? And I was an equal opportunity butcher – I killed most of my Bolshevik mates too – and my secret police chiefs. Diversity all the way in my day.

          Well, I must get back to tea with my friend Hobsbawn…toodle pip reactionary Trotskyite revisionists.

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    LOL says:

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    Hamspam Chowder says:

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      C O (Ξ7q1) says:

      The real question as to where the Police stand politically is becoming critically important now. It is not clear if the ‘plebgate’ fiasco actually saw them properly de-politicized or not.

      If the country is headed into a coercive political climate spurred by the public’s preference for UKIP, then the single biggest threat to peoples individual liberty are the civil police, and its politically controlled elements.

      Rank and file officers should start reflecting very carefully now on what they may be asked to do, and if certain actions are in their own long term interest.

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    • 688
      Winston Churchill says:

      Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing had happened.

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    • 690
      Winston Churchill says:

      Arrested? For insulting a religion? One not of this land, indeed one set against it?

      We’re on a slippery slope folks.

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      • 692
        BBC says:

        Islam is a race when it suits did you learn nothing from our years of calling you a racist?

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        Anonymous says:

        Step by step, the police will be used by our Quisling political class as enforcers of Sharia law. It’s the logic of the path of least resistance.

        For the authorities, getting the demoralised, easily bullied and intimidated native English to abide by Islamic norms will be easier than risking ‘community relations’.

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    Hate filled, racist, misogonistic, deranged, and hypocritically psychotic UKIP candidate says:

    Dirty bastards

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      Corporal Jones (senior policy advisor - Conservative Central Office) says:

      Don’t panic! Don’t panic!!! DON’T PANIC!!!!!!

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    The Lib Lab Con forget the people who now vote UKIP used to vote for them, they need to ask themselves why are people leaving the parties they have supported year after year election after election and those people are now turning to UKIP.

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    Citizen Degu says:

    The New Labour/ ECHR human rights legislation does not, of course, really guarantee free speech, despite pretending it is similar, it’s no US bill of rights.

    Labour criminalized so called “religious hatred” in 2006 – Blunkett was the home secretary responsible. But, much to the chagrin of the NL commissars at the time, the Lords got the legislation amended so that it would only be a crime if what had been said or written was threatening, not merely abusive or insulting. Labour tried to overturn the Lord’s wish to defend some freedom of speech by their amendment, but failed.

    The passage Weston quoted from Churchill’s book is highly critical of Islam, but it’s hardly threatening or stirring up hatred. It is an attack on the nature of that religion itself; Churchill details what he feels are some of its bad effects on people. But it’s not a call to hate/threaten those who adhere to it. My guess is the CPS will drop this like a hot potato – even in degraded New Labour corrupted modern England, taking a man to court for quoting a national hero, Churchill, would backfire spectacularly on the CPS.

    Police arresting this man shows the dangers of such legislation to just about anyone – and we have a raft of subjective thought/strict liability crimes on the books now passed during the Fabianite terror years of New Labour.

    The leftists/atheists etc who attack Christians/the Christian religion should watch their step – this legislation has the potential to have therm arrested too. It’s much more potent than the repealed blasphemy act.

    Presumably anyone who publishes, sells, or runs a library containing Churchill’s book is liable to arrest too, if it can be the basis of the arrest of a man merely quoting from it.

    Daily Mail headlines –

    “The British police using Labour law would have arrested Britain’s greatest hero, Winston Churchill, for his writings”/
    “British police arrest man for quoting Churchill”.

    How desperately we need UKIP.

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    catesby says:

    I’d like to see some sort of expose of the Soar away Sun ‘newspaper’s cosy relationship with messrs Clifford. Freddie Starr anyone? Hamsters!?

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