April 30th, 2014

UKIP-Home Office Bunfight Over Farage Visit ‘Ban’

Nigel Farage has laid into the Home Office for apparently banning him from visiting an immigration centre in his constituency. UKIP say Farage “repeatedly requested access” to visit the Dover Immigration Removal Centre “to see for himself” how illegal immigrants are handled by the UK Border Agency. This week he was told he couldn’t come. Nige says it’s “ludicrous”. At the time of going to pixel the Home Office is declining the opportunity to comment…


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  1. 1
    tom says:

    Surprised that the local Euro MEP is so unwelcome or is the argument that this is a national not a local facility?

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    • 2
      Socialism is theft says:

      It stinks.

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    • 34
      Tom Catesby. says:

      So what? It’s a deadly serious national issue, are the ‘authorities’ afraid something may be discovered?

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    • 45
      Fit for Purpose says:

      The Home Office are simply doing what they do best. Hiding a problem and hoping it will go away.

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        Bill Quango MP says:

        Maybe they are just frightened of what Nigel will find in the detention center.

        The Warden: …”And in here..is where we keep all those awaiting deportation”
        {uses many keys to unlock solid steel prison door.- Nigel and Warden enter room}

        NF – “erm…this room is empty. Just a desk, chair and a computer?”
        Warden – “Yes…On that computer are details of all the illegals who we have released.”

        NF – “Released? You mean sent home to their own country?”

        Warden -”Oh yes..quite so ..quite so..But until all their appeals and high court appeals and ECHR appeals are processed we just let them go with a promise to come back here in 5 years for deportation… Its much easier that way. And cheaper.. and means we can hit our targets on preventing staff assaults and overcrowding with ease…”

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    • 53
      Anonymous says:

      This story is going into the Daily Mail. Worth another couple of percentage points to ukip.

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      • 78
        The High Street says:

        I think Mail readers are already fairly clear on how they will be voting.

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        • 110
          Fed up Joe Public & all voting UKIP ORG says:

          Good to learn the ConsLieLaborLebDim Anti-Democracy Alliance
          are doing all they can to ensure there complete total obliteration
          in coming MAY EUSSR elections then 2015 GE.

          I really don’t believe UKIP could ask for anymore with these
          unrelenting actions which are all helping UKIP to achieve a
          resounding success at the ballot box.

          Is it any wonder the Last Old Eto*nian Bull*ington To*ff in Dow*ning
          Stre*et is doing all he can to avoid, at any cost, being involved
          with any type of TV debates that might involve him being confronted
          with Nigel Farage……………

          You can run Dave BUT you cannot hide forever !!!

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  2. 3
    Shooty* says:

    *shrug* no surprise there. Like the sensible lady who warns about Islamic FundaMentalism and is denied access to the UK while every terrorist is welcome with open arms.

    Mustn’t cause offence, don’t you know. Worst crime ever.

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  3. 4
    Irritable Sod says:

    Maybe the Home Office is concerned for his safety?

    (tongue firmly in cheek)

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  4. 5
    EU Allowances says:

    This Gov can do what it wants…..so watch your trousers

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  5. 6
    still walking into darkness says:

    can’t see this story on the BBC

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  6. 8
    the hitch says:

    Probably wanted to see if they had Mrs Von Farage as a guest

    I Farage even an English name?
    Has a bit of a continental whiff to me

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      It's not me, it's the tablets the Dr. gave me that makes it happen says:

      Well, seen as you’re ‘whiffing’, I’ve just farted. Guess what I had for Tea last night..

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    • 130
      Veritaholic says:

      It’s French Huguenot. His forebears came here when they were thrown out of France some six hundred years ago.

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  7. 9
    Jessicacaca Reeed, Guardianista, feminst, pre-l=packaged dopey pc middle-class opinions says:

    Talking about another white male? Guido, you need to learn, in a post-Leveson world all media must be socially and racially balanced by excluding stories about or written by white males. Stop writing about white males or you will be subject to a twitter cmapaign and hopefully one day a criminal prosecution.

    Farage is a racist, nasty man who wants to stop Britain being enriched. We must stop him #equality #diversity #nomorewhitey

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  8. 10
    EU Allowances says:

    Notice the crucifixions in Syria. Coming to a High St your way very soon. And I don’t mean at the pics or Easter at Church.

    oops, just been arrested for saying church

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      EU Allowances says:

      sub means exactly that!

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    • 13
      Nigella Fromage says:

      Discriminating against 97% of the population to kiss the asses of precious bloody muslims. No one will force me to eat halal or kosher against my will, I like pork and will continue eating it. I would boycott Subway but i have never used one in my life or a Starbucks foreign companies destroying local businesses.

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      • 35
        UKIPPER says:

        I am just about to get some out of the oven

        Lubly Jubly

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      • 93
        I've got a mushroom says:

        It’s not just that either. FGM, burka’s, Circumcision, silly haircuts and silly hats. It’s been happening here in the UK for years. Praise the Lord in his many forms!

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    • 15
      Occultus says:

      I have to ask, seeing as this idiocy is being carried out due to “strong demand” by the terminally angry invaders, what would happen if there was an even stronger demand from those who still want pork and bacon to be served?

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    • 19
      EU Labs & Reports says:

      We found on inspection that the sauces and milks were of the same elements that were found on London Underground seats.

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    • 32
      Tom Catesby. says:

      Anybody who uses these subway places,I don’t, should perhaps boycott them in future if the report at 11 is correct, to see if it brings them to their senses. Or perhaps people should boycott them anyway, for the sake of their stomachs.

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      • 117
        RichUpNorth says:

        I’ve never been in a Subway outlet and I reckon now I never will. Animals in halal and kosher abattoirs are only stunned when the inspectors are visiting.
        Aren’t religions stupid? They should be banned.

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    • 48
      Fit for Purpose says:

      Subway food is rubbish. It is another American chain – we’ll probably find they don’t pay tax here in the UK either.

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    • 56
      táxpáyér says:

      I honestly can’t see a problem with what they’ve done.

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  10. 16
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP

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  11. 18
    albacore says:

    Maybe it’s just a virtual institution
    - Well, they wouldn’t want to start a revolution
    Among all our enriching, uninvited guests -
    They might build one, though, now – for Farage and such pests

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  12. 20
    The Country Has Gone Mad says:

    Perhaps he could look into why most of the UK Border Agency Staff at Stansted struggle to speak and understand English?

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  13. 21
    Dromedary says:

    How funny, first some raging UN leftie with an axe to grind and then Nigel Farage. Why does everyone want to visit immigration centres? Is this some craze I have missed out on?

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      táxpáyér says:

      Think China (or Russia) won’t pussy foot around like our establishment dhimmis do.

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    • 67
      Away on Business says:

      That report is not written by someone who knows China. Kunming is nowhere near Xinjiang.

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  15. 25
    Tom Catesby. says:

    Is it correct to conclude from this report that, Nigel Farage an elected MEP, the leader of a lawful, democratic political party, set to have many more elected MEPs representing the British electorate after May, is being denied access to a facility where he will be able to bring himself up to date on the British government’s current arrangements for dealing with problems caused by uncontrolled mass immigration and therefore, be in a better position to answer correctly any questions arising on the matter during the election campaign and subsequently? If so, who made this decision? On what basis? Where instructions given to the facility’s management from a minister? If not then by whom?

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    • 27
      P l e b says:

      Yes.

      It’s not a theme park, you know.

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      • 36
        Socialism is theft says:

        He’ll be expecting to be allowed into an NHS hospital next.

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      • 41
        Skeleton bob says:

        Oh I don’t know. Isn’t it very much like Disneyland.

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      • 43
        Tom Catesby. says:

        ‘Pleb’ indeed.

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        • 50
          Bill Quango MP says:

          Don’t mind our Pleb.

          He’s just a bit jittery that Ed Miliband’s ‘No referendum’ pledge is going to look increasingly foolish in the next few weeks.

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        Inconvenient Truth says:

        Well, the fucking Falklands, Iraq and Afghanistan seem to be to arsewipe MP’s so why not there for MEP’s?

        Typical BS establishment, blame the EU when they know they can pull the plug on the whole situation, yet treat them like Gods when they make laws. MAKE YOUR FUCKING MIND UP WESTMINSTER. Is the EU or Westminster the UK’s boss now!?

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    • 37
      EU Allowances says:

      You simply cannot walk into places were any expense or allowance form is being stored or filled in. We may have that as an EU Directive for small/large businesses that spans a standard 100 page document. We like standards of course.

      Unless you have attended a short course at Westminster showing the way round any rule. We would accept that without the slightest argument..as you may well know.

      We understand that you will always use the get out clause of …learning lessons and being clear on that.

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    • 38
      Bill Quango MP says:

      The Westminster consensus was Nigel is a bit of a racist and might say something provocative and cause a riot.

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      • 59
        Fit for Purpose says:

        More likely, the mandariins fear he’ll discuss stuff with the junior Immigration Officers and they will tell him some even more hair-raising things that are not in the public domain.

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        • 115
          God's Holy Trousers says:

          Like the removal flight we had to arrange some years back for a dozen or so failed Congolese asylum seekers for a mere £60,000? Or the routine holiday flights we arranged at public expense for Czech and Slovak gypsies only to have them come back a couple of weeks later and make a fresh asylum claim?

          If the public had any real conception of what really goes in at what passes for “Border Control” UKIP would be a shoe in at the General Election.

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  16. 28
    marquis de sade says:

    God is that shrieking weird woman Janice Atkinson also involved. Can’t she ve deported?? And is Farage English! We demand to know!

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  17. 29
    Fed up with UKIP smear campaign says:

    Bit like when you want information under a freedom of information request the government say no.

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  18. 31
    LibLabCon/MSM/Home Office EU Election Campaign says:

    Probably worried that Nige would demand better treatment for those about to be deported.

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  19. 33
    Theresa May-Pole says:

    1. Stop George Osborne.
    2. Search him for further fraudulent privatisation plans

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    • 42
      ukip.i.am.not says:

      Vince Cable and Michael Fallon are on the run, sorry FREE, after a single day £750m Royal Mail heist they were only detained yesterday by their peers at the House of Commons for few minutes and let go.

      Although the suspicion and evidence exists the Police are looking the other way for those in possession of stolen water bottle. Welcome to our class DEMOCRAZY.

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      • 72
        Tachybaptus says:

        In a just world, not only would this pair of idiots be sacked, but the taxpayer could sue them to recompense the losses

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        • 81
          T Potts says:

          it was an inside job mate, an inside job. Cable in his dotage is slow witted and dumb, he was duped. Poor mug now taking the flak.

          City wide boys planned this months in advance over a champagne and cocaine party in Chelsea.

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      • 76
        T Potts says:

        There is simply no defence for Alan Duncan MP to say that because the deal happened, it should excuse the Conservatives from penalising those Hedge Funds and Insurance companies for dumping the shares and costing the British Taxpayer.

        Those organisations were given extra shares, a benefit above everyone else. They had to keep hold of those shares. Breaking the agreement was breaking a very important agreement with Her Majesty’s Government and calls into question once again the morals and scruples of the Conservative Party.

        I’ll give credit to Andrew Neil – he was almost apoplectic at the answer that Duncan gave today – that he had no answer at all. And that is the answer they give these days – there is none and it gets forgotten.

        This should be a political scandal as far as I’m concerned

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      • 106
        Common Jellyfish says:

        Cable refused to publicly name the six “priority investors” who almost immediately sold their Royal Mail shares at vast profits. He said he would provide the committee a list of the 16 priority investors – who were selected by ministers as “long-term, blue chip” institutions – on the condition the names were kept confidential.

        Katy Clark, a Labour MP, asked whether it was not the case that some of the 16 had sold shares quickly “to make a quick buck”.

        Cable replied: “Yes, that is what happened. It is how markets work.”‘

        I think we are allowed to speculate (sic) about this remark.

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    • 44
      Bill Quango MP says:

      Both Ed And Dave in their six question spat referred to the privatisation of the post office.

      Might come as a shock to both of them but the Post office has not been privatised.
      When Dave said Post Office staff had received a free share allowance he was wrong. Post office staff received not a single share.

      You’d think both of them would know this.

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      • 55
        P l e b says:

        Cameron doesn’t do detail. In fact he doesn’t do anything.

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        • 75
          Bill Quango MP says:

          Ed said exactly the same thing though. Both said “Post office privatisation”
          neither was able to realise that Royal Mail delivers the mail, whilst the post office takes it in.

          RM and PO are clients of Quango Law.
          Both of them get pissed off with this all the time. PO more so as its RM that is always on strike.

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  20. 39
    The ghost of the 1st victim of Marxism says:

    This is great news……When in power and these scum, the ‘EU Border Agency’ (yes we know scum) come looking for their EU pensions we can tell them to eff off to Brussels.
    .
    T’will save us a fortune.

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  21. 40
    Anonymous says:

    The IMF head in Moscow Antonio Spilimbergo said Wednesday that international sanctions were damaging the Russian economy, which had shrunk in the first quarter of 2014, and was threatening investment. The fund, which cut Russia’s growth forecast for 2014 from 1.3 to 0.2 percent, said $100bn would leave the country this year due to the uncertain geopolitical situation.

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  22. 46
    Anonymous says:

    An MEP refused entry.What say’s Mrs May?

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  23. 47
    Prime Minister in the pocket of the betting industry says:

    “Maximum cash stake on fixed-odds betting terminals to be restricted
    Gamblers will have to tell staff or open online account if they want to bet more than £50 of their own money a time”

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    • 52
      Grant Shapps says:

      Bingo, what?

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    • 60
      True Christian says:

      Just fiddling while the punters burn.
      Easy profits more important than morality.

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    • 63
      Tachybaptus says:

      Why not just close down these vulnerable citizens exploitation businesses? I fucking hate them.

      I await someone replying, saying ‘oh, but I like a bit of a flutter on the grand national’ they are harmless.

      No, they are not. They ruin lives, cause debts and are a stain on the high street. I have said it before, and I will say it again. These bookies are part of a vicious blight in poor areas, often with fee to pay cash machines and pawnshops.

      They should be seized by the government,sold to be reused as positive assets, and all money raised could be given to worthwhile causes such as alleviating the problems they caused in the first place

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    • 66
      Renoir says:

      Just ban the bloody machines. There should be, say, half a dozen casinos in the UK, in seaside resorts, where such machines should be available for people to play on them.

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    • 70
      FOBTs are Evil says:

      Stakes on FOBTs should be restricted to £2, in line with the remainder of the more tightly regulated industry. 50 quid is still a joke.

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  24. 56
    A China Man says:

    So WTF has that to do with all my trade across the Russian borders.

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  25. 58
    Sally says:

    Now where did i last see this?

    http://tinyurl.com/nsmpk57

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  26. 73
    subway HQ says:

    Dear Customer,

    Our company would like to confirm that after talks with radical islamists it has decided to surrender completely and implement sharia law compliant food for all its non muslim customers regardless of what they think. Have a sharia compliant snack and enjoy your new status as a dhimmi. So enjoy your new halal food and your new status as islams little helper.

    Subway customer services.

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      Occultus says:

      I have to ask, seeing as this idiocy is being carried out due to “strong demand” by the terminally angry invaders, what would happen if there was an even stronger demand from those who still want pork and bacon to be served?

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    • 88
      Trust me I know my junk food says:

      Rustlers do a microwave Panini which is better than Subways for half the price.

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  27. 77
    EX TORY says:

    Till Cameron branded UKIP a bunch of closet racists the party was largely thought of as just a single issue pressure group whose sole aim was to get the UK out of the EU.
    What Cameron has done is unforgivable it has given every left wing agitator and asshole an excuse to have a pop at UKIP(Including physically).
    It also means every TV Journo who interviews Farage from now on will be hostile either to prove their PC qualifications or out of fear they get branded a ‘racist’ themselves.
    Nigel well may be a one man band but in the face of the bollocks he’s put up with he’s more of a fucking man than Cameron the shit stirring little prick.

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    • 86
      I see what you did there... says:

      UKIP is now a popular movement. It is a more popular movement than any of the main political parties. The days when you could pretend it is a one-man band are long gone.

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      • 104
        táxpáyér says:

        and it’s popular precisely because it annoys the rent-seeking establishment with their idle insults and Freudian projection.

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    • 109
      THEY-KIP, WE-KIP, YOU-KIP, I'm off for a KIP says:

      It’s been a struggle, don’t get me wrong, but it’s also been a giggle to watch all those ‘morally superior’ control freaks – aka, the Left – take a pasting. Fucking worms. They think that giving-away our Country’s sovereignty without a vote was ‘acceptable’. Let the tosspots squirm. Traitorous Scum.

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  28. 79
    Chuckabrick says:

    We are managed an arrogant and Civil Service Elite, politicized and corrupt. They and the British Establishment act in their own interests and against the people.

    Do we have to take to the streets to rid ourselves of their menacing presence?

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    • 119
      A Blacksmith says:

      Depends on the 2015 GE results – and how much obvious postal vote fraud has contributed.

      Suggest you sharpen your pitchforks while there is still time.

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  29. 83
    Common Porpoise says:

    if you think we are going to allow a single micron of the UKIP manifesto to reach the statute books, you don’t know how the bureaucracy works.

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    • 92
      I see what you did there... says:

      If they think that more laws are what UKIP wants , the main three parties really are mistaken. UKIP does not need to legislate much. What UKIP wants is to repeal some legislation and enforce many of our existing laws against corruption. They need very few bills passed to achieve that.

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    • 105
      táxpáyér says:

      How can they do that when they’ll get sacked if they strike?

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  30. 89
    00000000.8% says:

    Admiral gidiot…….only he sees things where no-one else does…..whereas Nelson….

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    • 101
      George Loony says:

      Even the improved unemployment figures look like being fiddled. There are now over a million persons who have been sanctioned (i.e. had their benefits ended for 4 weeks or 3 months because of some alleged infringement of the DWP rules), and unless they continue to sign on for JSA which the vast majority of them understandably do not, they are not included in the unemployment figures. If they are on a Work Programme or receiving training or getting Universal Credit, they similarly ‘disappear’ from the records. So instead of the jobless total dropping like a stone to near 7%, it is likely that the true figure is stuck much closer to 7.5% or even 8%. And even where new jobs have been created, four-fifths of them are low-paid at little more than the minimum wage and many on zero hours contracts.

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      • 108
        P Doff says:

        Of course, the Fat Cats cook the books and pop the corks, but something tells me that Gideon is going to have a very hard landing and soon.

        Unfortunately, for everyone else, Gideon is going to spread the dearth far and wide when he goes SPLAT!

        The Bullingdons can get along just fine on 0.8% growth, because they were born rich and don’t really need the money — and they are determined to keep it that way — which is why they are members of the Conservative Party.

        Posh begets posh — ‘Twas ever thus

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    • 107
      Common Jellyfish says:

      0.8%! Perhaps Gidiot should use food banks as a median as their growth is far higher.

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  31. 97
    Uncle Fester says:

    Do these Idiots not realise the Public are sick of being routinely lied to by the Establishment

    I don’t particularly like UKIP but these smear tactics I like even less so this ex Tory Boy will be voting UKIP

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    • 103
      Common Jellyfish says:

      When the country is being run by a serial liar, what do you expect?

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    • 112
      Anonymous says:

      Ukip have spraying and smearing their putrid crap all over the place 24/7 for years. Anyone decides to give them a mildest bit of return fire is suddenly employing smear tactics. You’re a useful idiot uncle.

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      • 114
        SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        You are the putrid EU arsehole sucker ,what does Barroso’s shit taste like?

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  32. 113
    bogtrott says:

    its about time this fruitcake voted for the right party, the past 40 years i have voted conservative.so who’s the fruitcake.UKIP all the way.This fruitcake’s for turning

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  33. 116
    Justin Holmes says:

    Mr farge should have gone to France , lost his passport and come back to dover in the back off a lorry ! Easy when you know how! Straight in to imagination center you go !

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  34. 121
    A Blacksmith says:

    Isn’t this the sort of thing Tom Watson should be raising in the Commons on an Urgent Question basis?

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  35. 124
    Anonymous says:

    cameran is an e-lite Hunt who will soon feel the public fury. and wont that be sweet revenge. bring it on bring it on.

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The lefties are attacking because the panellist is a millionaire and lives in a London home worth upwards of two million. Someone had best tell them he’s called Ed Miliband.


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