May 10th, 2014

Saturday Seven Up

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  1. 1
    give £3/month for ummm...Cheers easy... says:

    Vote UKIP to give Westminster a kick up the Arse!

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  2. 2
    Ockham's Razor says:

    @CO (continuation of IR reflections)

    As with you, IR is a subject which I find fascinating. My approach to it has been on a non-academic basis. I have simply done a vast amount of travel to all parts of the globe. It would be less than human not to reflect on what makes it tick, and sometimes tick differently.

    Settlement is one of the defining actions of human existence, logically consequent from RSOH. From it flows all of history and indeed every other are of human interest.

    It is seen to be working reasonably well in recent times for USA and Australia (in our limited and temporal manner of thought i.e. “stop-the-clock-now”). Britain has both benefited and suffered. NI and Israel have suffered from a rejection of incomers. Bosnia, just down the road from here, is one of the most complex such situations. It is a visual assault to travel though with patchworks of religion and scripts, changing seemingly at random.

    So IR is valid and important if we are to attempt to make any sense out of it all. The western-centric point highlights that vast areas of the world do not think as we do.

    I am reminded of Leon Russell’s song, Down on the Base:

    Well I guess I`ll help in B.F. Nam
    Teach `em how to vote and how to bomb
    My life`s a small enough price to pay
    To teach those commies American Way

    We are still repeating the mistakes of Vietnam all these years later, as if we learned nothing from history.

    The other aspect of IR that occurs to me and which you have alluded to, is its ability to develop a momentum all of its own. We see this in politics and elsewhere. The original purpose can easily be forgotten in pursuit of deterministic theory. The pragmatic aspect becomes secondary, if retained at all.

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      C O (Ξ7s1) says:

      As was pointed out in the article you posted, IR is multi-disciplinary.

      The subject considers segments of various disciplines and how they combine from a different perspective than is familiar.

      IR should be teaching relevant disciplines within the interpretation paradigm of self interest. This slightly different paradigm is reflective of the actual segregation which exists between the main departments of government and a governments f’oreign service.

      IR should be dealing with reality unfiltered, and predominantly looking at how disciplines combine under a paradigm of pure self interest, as operates between states. It should have the least domestic political bias in its teaching.

      To your point on momentum: IR itself should not be able to develop momentum of its own.

      Its practitioners are an important part of the decision making process in matters international. Those specific policy processes usually do develop momentum quite naturally of their own volition: States compete.

      The job of IR is to ensure that policy makers have available to them the best information on which to base their decisions in order to realize the self interests of a government.

      That does not mean that IR practitioners should be the exclusive input, or indeed be directly setting policy themselves. But as impartial advisers they are critical. This is the ‘policy wonk’ and some aspects of the ‘think tank’ industry explained. :-)

      As evidenced recently, many IR courses have ceased teaching the subject properly. Among other things, they have allowed domestic political biasing to increasingly influence the subject presentation to students: That is in part reflected in the narrow fixation with ‘models’ of recent years, and reduced attention to history – particularly that of the Cold War.

      This shift must be by design, perhaps a result of a misguided notion that the processes of globalization would render the subject redundant within a few generations. There is perhaps a case that globalist political dogma has perhaps undermined IR as a discipline the most.

      As history begins to get restless again one sees how this was a mistake.

      The question of BiH / D’ayton is likely to be prominent again soon. There is a deep question here as to whether that is a problem for the West.

      D’ayton was never intended as a permanent solution, but there has been no real motivation from either side to develop further.

      The EU perhaps bears greater responsibility for the neglected state of affairs. Prioritizing its own expansionist agenda, underestimating the influence and interests of R’uss!a in the region, and blinded by its own domestic political preoccupations to the dangers posed by the enclave legacy likely explains nearly all.

      IR would have warned about the developing risks – particularly how competitors could exploit the instabilities that the enclave structure introduced in the region: An unsustainable and precarious construction.

      IR would not be able to offer a solution, but would have been able to advise how f’oreign policy could be adjusted to influence a desired solution.

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    UKIP 4 ALL says:

    Twelve days to go before the cartel get their arses handed to them on a plate, Cameron with his greasy lies, Milliband with his infantile attack ads, Clegg the non entity and his battle with the MRLP for fourth place.

    This time all the excuses in the world wont be sufficient to hide the disaster about to engulf the liblabcon cartel.

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

      I really hope you are right, I see this as the first time in my life (mid forties) that my vote might actually change something (providing it makes it to the count!)

      Vote UKIP when instinctively you KNOW the system is F@#&£D.

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      • 60
        Frank's son says:

        Exactly! One wonders just how many votes might ‘disappear’ and never be counted. Never underestimate the dirty corrupt dealings of the desperate Westminster cartel.

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          Benefit Scum says:

          Expect some shock-horror “story” concerning Nigel Farage, boys and girls, hamsters, rent boy confessions, missing millions etc. planted by Westminster with the aid of the intelligence services and the ever-loving Met.

          They will every dirty wheeze they can because all agree he is a big threat.

          Won’t be surprised if he is run over by a Fiat Uno.

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          • The Growler says:

            I would like to know is what the Master will say about the UKip in the poll, you know he always backs the winner, will he instruct Geedes to up the anti against Ukip or will he instruct Geedes to back UKip all the way having dumped the Mighty Dave. If the Master does not achieve his goal certain contributors to his paper will have to find another home, remember wants to be the one that won it.

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      • 211
        martin says:

        Government is Antoinesque.
        Politics is broken.
        Democracy is dead.
        Parliament is not fit for purpose.
        Government has become the enemy of the People.

        The banksters are but one part of ‘the establishment ‘ that depends upon corruption to exist.
        The inextricable entanglement is both endemic and systemic.
        This government is corrupt.
        The corruption is absolute, lead from the top down, and out of control.
        Being rotten to the core and from the core, everything it touches it taints.
        Having neither the will nor ability to change, outside intervention is indicated.

        Any persons who fail to act appropriately when faced with corruption,
        or condone in any way the actions of those determined as corrupt,
        become, by definition, corrupt themselves.

        There comes a time when, for the sake of humanity, society and civilisation,
        it is not only the choice of a person to throw out corrupt governance,
        but a duty.

        It is those in power who are the terrorists, having destroyed our society from within.

        http://inquiringminds.cc/the-martin-brighton-articles

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    • 136
      Mr Nobody says:

      Funny thing is, if voters really saw the euros as an important election they wouldn’t be voting for Ukip. If it hadn’t been for the frothing, rabid Ukip trolls at The Telegraph I’d be voting Ukip again later this month. I just can’t vote for them any more though.

      Good luck in a couple of weeks, but use your vote sensible next year, eh?

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      • 154
        The two Muppets says:

        I agree 100% .

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      • 164
        Brummie says:

        Im now in my mid-50s, and I’ve seen alot of this shite before, promises, and promises of promises – all come to nothing. In the mid-70s I thought revolution was in the air, groups all over the political spectrum, postering, kicking off on the streets – yet f**k all happened. Groups (“left and right”) became saturated with special branch and the lot went tits up. I have,nt voted in years… and I’ve not missed much by all accounts – except the establishment rulling over all.

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      • 220
        Mind nudge says:

        ……I hope you feel comforted by your Anti-UKIP posts,it will not work for many:
        UKIP in the euro,s,UKIP in the GE, UKIP in the council elections,vote UKIP,get UKIP….You can vote for pro EU parties’…..many of us won,t!!!!…mr nobody?

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      • 258
        Alexsandr says:

        i will vote sensible. UKIP to get rid of liblabcon

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        • 261
          A nonny mous says:

          Exactly.

          A Conservative vote is a wasted vote, it has been ever since Cameron has been PM.

          Why on earth would I want to support Cameron when his policies are but wafer thin different to Lib and Lab policies !!

          By voting for the party you want, rather than compromising and bastardising yourself, one feels a whole lot cleaner.

          Vote UKIP, get UKIP.

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  4. 7
    Anonymous says:

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    • 8
      Skint.org.eu says:

      You can see the fear in his eyes. His ilk will be removed from the trough.

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    • 10
      British Labour Broadcasting Corporation says:

      There are more lefty plants in our Question Time audiences than in a garden centre.

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      • 13
        Skint.org.eu says:

        Are they plants, or vegetables ?

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        • 263
          Anonymous says:

          That QT plant Charlie Bloom looks like a rabid socialist frothing at the mouth.

          How on earth did he get on the programme, was he “invited” by the BBC ?

          The BBC have serious questions to answer ?

          The public has had enough of the BBCs politicisation.

          We want some answers.

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      Anonymous says:

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        Anonymous says:

        This is what he is proud of…

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        • 17
          Skint.org.eu says:

          A man buys a doll, opens it’s legs, acts out a choke fetish while not washing for days.
          Vote for the LibDem Bloom goons in Eastleigh ?

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          • C O (Ξ7s1) says:

            It looks like a woman is acting out the choke fetish.

            Where is S’arah T’eather with the punchline ?

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          • Pookie Snackumberger says:

            The tories should edit it and use it as a counter PPB video to dildo Ed’s toff bashing one.

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        • 24
          Neil Pillock says:

          The atmosphere!

          You can almost smell it over the video!

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        • 55
          Politics is show business for ugly people says:

          Is that a shadow or does she have a beard?

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      • 18
        Socialism is theft says:

        What a pity she doesn’t understand economics.

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          SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          Most of the stinking filth on the video weren’t even born when the communist thugs were on the verge of taking over the country.

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          • Advisor in these matters says:

            Well past time she had a muzzo short back and sides for girls – knowotoymeen?

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          • Flowers with no powers says:

            Is that what the left have become, seems the smoking laws don’t exist for these animals, that’s not political, that’s animals gathering to do some harm .

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    • 85
      White rabbit says:

      He wears the smug cloak of the local politician like the stench of a hog farm in the Texas panhandle. What d’you think of that.. fair to middling for 10 ish on a Saturday morning.

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    • 117
      Anonymous says:

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    • 157
      LibDem Question Time Stooge says:

      Biased BBC QT caught out fitting up UKIP again!

      ‘Nazi’ ranter is Charlie Bloom, who has more Eastleigh LibDem connections than Chris Huhne has points on his driving licence.

      Dimbleby might as well have got Amy Rutland back in

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      • 206
        A right Charlie says:

        The establishment REALLY are scared of UKIP.
        I am not a UKIP supporter, but I do see fear within the 3 main parties.

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      • 216
        A 'plant' in Bloom methinks says:

        Even Caitlin tweeted at 2.24pm on the 8th of May, that is 2.24 on the afternoon of the Thursday

        ‘So tonight dad will be on #bbcqt to grill @Nigel_Farage let’s see what he has to say…’, so presumably dad was primed ready for his question?

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        • 233
          A 'plant' in Bloom methinks says:

          oops?????????

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        • 236
          Fed up Joe Public & all voting UKIP ORG says:

          Yep all of the Cons#LieLabor#LebDims Anti-Democracy Alliance
          are really shi#tting themselves left right & centre as they clearly
          see there total demise is fast approaching

          But just look at there leg*acy http://debt-clock.org/
          which the filthy stinking great unwashed masses have
          been saddled with for limitless generations to come as
          they keep everyone in fiscal servitude……..

          Take a look at Blairmore Holdings……..

          is it any wonder that CMDD’s mentor is Bliar at who’s feet he
          worships…….

          And of course he now demands that EUSSR/HMRC have
          uncontrolled direct access to everyones bank account, BUT
          will that apply to CMDD Offshore holdings, of course NOT.

          VOTE UKIP to take OUR country back from these corrupt oligarchs

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        • 254
          Anonymous says:

          BBC Question Time…. Has more dirty plants than a bargain basement garden centre.

          Once- (with Amy Rutland) they got the benefit of the doubt.

          Twice – The BBC are in on it!

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        • 269
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          So let’s review the situation …

          Are Eastleigh borough council – now in a ‘Disaster / Recovery’ position …

          Who could have been bunging oops i mean lobbying that council’s representatives with loadsa dosh in the past decade or so with promises of lots of jobs – just as long as no-one looked too deeply into the bungers’ real agenda …

          Now as for Co bar + incremental and OR’s pieces about RKM …

          Maybe – just maybe someone did do some digging several years ago into the disaster that is RKM and or his bunging of this and that to ‘silence’ people from asking too many questions?

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            Am i allowed to have the last say and will it remain unrebutted and unrefuted?

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  5. 11
    Ockham's Razor says:

    The LibLabConBBC still don’t think it is going to happen…

    Rude awakening awaiting many.

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  6. 12
    British Seismological Centre says:

    Attention! We are detecting early signs of a major earthquake which will hit the UK political elite on 22nd May.

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    • 26
      Ed Balls says:

      Nah! I’ve just farted. That’s all. It’s going into the manifesto.

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      • 30
        Evadne Bollocks - the gal that looks llike a guy to Mandleslime says:

        Oh Darrhhling!! you’re SO romantic in the morning!

        Put everything down and Kiss me!! – over and over!

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  7. 15
    Ockham's Razor says:

    Oooh dear! I do not like this at all!

    Cameron insists taxman must be given new powers to seize money

    http://tinyurl.com/n8qatjf

    That is exactly the same taxman who sent wrong tax codes to millions of pensioners last year, nell!

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    • 19
      Ed Stalinbrand says:

      The taxman should be able to seize your money. How else am I going to be able to pay for all my crony friends and my insane policies?

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      • 20
        Ed Stalinbrand's crony friend says:

        But how do I know you won’t then steal my money which itself has already been stolen from the plebs.

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        • 22
          Ed Stalinbrand's crony friend's shrink says:

          Ed Stalinbrand’s crony friend hasn’t got the nous to think that one out. I should know…

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    • 31
      sometime I wonder, then I think who cares says:

      I would say yes to the taxman on condition the taxman who gets it wrong pays with his/her bank account and is sacked, these people have vast powers with no responsibilities, time all uncivil servants had responsibilities for their actions, never mind hiding them or saying they are only doing their job.

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      • 46
        The Federation of Small Businesses says:

        Meanwhile, if you are a small business, wrongly debited, your employees won’t be paid, your firm will fold and all your life’s work will go down the pan.

        No! You need compensation for loss of business, compound interest thereon and exemplary damages to you and your ex-staff.

        The HMRC employee will probably hide his/her cash so you need something more certain than just penalising them. So it’s back to the state, which means the taxpayer, which in turn means you and me. No go!

        Better that they don’t bring in this measure at all. If something can go wrong with it, you can bet your boots that it will. Think Blair!

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        • 138
          Arthur says:

          >The HMRC employee will probably hide his/her cash

          Two can play at that game. Keep no more than £5000 in your current account, the one you tell them about. When they change the rules, adapt accordingly, like a chamaeleon.

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    sometime I wonder, then I think who cares says:

    Is it time for all tv news commentators be they man or woman, be conscripted and given a gun and sent off to war, they will then have a better idea of what our troops have to suffer when they are shoved into an unnecessary war or wars, they can then come back on spout all they want on tv news and won’t need any “experts” to tell them what war is about from books.

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    • 162
      I Tooke-Bullit says:

      To be fair, most TV news commentators in the field of foreign policy HAVE reported in war zones. Some of them get killed you know. Many of them have had their lives threatened at checkpoints etc. Frank whatisname was paralysed after being shot by Jihadis. Think you’ve got the wrong target there. Perhaps you mean newspaper editors and pundits.

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      • 255
        Benny says:

        Journalists and reporters are not employed to improve lives but to make a profit for their owners. They fulfill the proprietor’s agenda and most are liars. No sympathy.

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  9. 25
    Revd. Phoney £rd Fuckin Way B£iar, Sanctimonious Shit and £iar, emoting and wiv stupid grin says:

    Hi !!!!

    Am I bovvard by Muzzo incursions into UK food, faith, ‘academic’ life – if you can call it that, UK Law, UK decency, – and the repercussions for future generations and demography????

    Nah! – I ain’t bovvard!! I can go and live somewhere else!

    But I am very Very VERY RICH!!!

    Bye!!

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    • 29
      The Very Reverend Flowers says:

      Bank with me
      Co-operatively.

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    • 47
      Winston says:

      ….Stand and fight for your country,we will not be moved,we shall overcome and then we will wake up into this nightmare of your creation,now …fuck off!

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    • 64
      Bloke from Boko says:

      Pssst! wanna buy a Christian schoolgirl? Tell you what, if you buy two you can have another one free.

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  10. 27
    Old Nick Heavenly (alive and kikin) says:

    Listen up!

    Just give them everything without a struggle, your kids, the contents of your bank accounts, your freedom of speech, everything, you ungrateful bastards!

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  11. 28
    The Very Reverend Flowers says:

    Bank with me
    Co-operatively

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  12. 34
    Anonymous says:

    A Conservative party wanting to raid peoples bank accounts. All the old communist leaders of the old Eastern block would be very proud.

    But a Conservative party in England? They really have lost the plot.

    Next they will want to just take money from your savings to get the debt down.

    This is not democratic. It should not be allowed. Just yet another reason to vote ukip even at the general election next year.

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    • 37
      guido,s front says:

      give (us)some gossip about the plot.
      is your’s green?

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    • 45
      Mornington Crescent says:

      Meanwhile Amazon pays £4.2M in Corporation Tax on a t/o of £4.2Bill. No problem, Sir.

      Vodafone owing £7Bill.in CT? Oooh, a little lunchie-poos at Le Manoir should fix that, Sir.

      Nice one, Dave, you bastard.

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      • 49
        ...Instead of coming he went says:

        Good Mornington.

        Have you ever visited Wickhambreaux? ;-)

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      • 238
        C O (Ξ7s1) says:

        Corporation tax is paid on the profits after allowances.

        £4.2m corporation tax bill implies profits less allowances – taxable amount – of £21m.

        Amazon heavily discount their products, so would expect their cost of sales to be a high percentage of their turnover.

        Before operational / staff costs are taken into account, the profit considered for corporation tax is turnover less cost of sales.

        If their average profit margin on a book is say, 10%, then on £4.2b of turnover their profitability before deductions comes to £420m.

        They may include staff costs in the cost of sale figures – but the costs of distribution, operations and overheads could easily bring the taxable profit down to the £21m ball park.

        Deep discount high volume sales companies will have extremely high turnovers, but from a tax point of view are inefficient as their taxable profitability is low. The firms only remain solvent by ensuring very high sales volumes to generate enough profit to cover low running costs. The resulting taxable profit will be low.

        Except where companies have deliberately domiciled such that they pay tax on UK sales profits outside of the UK (not illegal, but personally do not agree with this as it implies the business model would otherwise not survive in the UK which presents unfair competition for UK based firms), all of these arguments against companies merely reflect that the way modern high volume discount firms operate do not generate good tax revenue for HMRC.

        HMRC prefers a business model where the sales profit is high compared to the running costs which would increase their revenues, which of course means the consumer ends up paying a significant mark up on the retail cost of a product.

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    • 51
      Vlad the Loudhailer says:

      Shouldn’t David Harnett who was head of HMRC be made to pay to the exchequer the £2 billion he let Vodafone off from paying tax.

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    • 68
      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      This idea of raiding bank accounts gives off the unmistakable stench of EU diktat , remember Cyprus.

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  13. 36
    Anonymous says:

    Just got my ballot papers in the post and have already voted ukip.

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    • 48
      albacore says:

      They’ve conned us for decades as easy as pie
      They ain’t about now to just curl up and die
      With powers that be so thoroughly rotten
      Their postal voting must not be forgotten

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    • 50
      Garage says:

      Cheers Mate!

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    • 99
      Northwest Scoialist says:

      We just got our 4000 ballot papers, They will be in the post by monday, This democracy thing is very time consuming.

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    • 107
      rick says:

      Notice all the other seemingly anti-EU parties that are included on the ballot form. These parties have so obviously been created just to split the UKIP vote. Democracy?

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      • 111
        F##k the LibLabCon says:

        We had that the last time in the 2009 European elections with the No2EU party, I did some digging around and found out it has many links to the Communist Party of Great Britain.

        http://www.no2eu.com/

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  14. 39
    Princess Po-face Polytwaddle, seated on Her High Horse, talking down at Common People says:

    I am always Right !!!

    I am NEVER Wrong !!

    As you see, I am wearing my effnic clothing today to show solidarity with my Metropolitan musso sistren.

    And to further show my support and solidarity I have an Halal Lettuce Leaf with my Halal quail’s eggs and Halal smoked salmon on halal toast with halal champagne for breakfast every day.

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  15. 41
    Labour says:

    For our next party political broadcast, we’re going to show Cameron eating a baby and Clegg burning down an orphanage.

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  16. 52
    “PM Keen To Be Ordinary As Elections Near” [Sky News] says:

    But ‘Dave’ – you Horrible fucker – you’re as common and as much use – as dog shite

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  17. 54
    Chris Huhne says:

    I’m going to waste more taxpayer money by appealing the court order to pay court costs. And if that fails, I will take my appeal to the Supreme Court at further taxpayer expense. If that fails, I will take my appeal to the European Court of Human Rights. Not at further taxpayer expense, because you’re already paying for that every day. Toodle pip!

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    • 88
      The public says:

      He should of course have said ”appealing against the court order” rather than the ungrammatical and ugly Americanism “appealing the court order” which is so in vogue in leftie lawyer circles and media. But then he was a dishonest, criminal politician, so he hasn’t a clue about anything.

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  18. 56
    Anonymous says:

    A real Conservative party would never ever ever want to raid peoples bank accounts.

    Camerons proposals prove once and for all that he is no Conservative, nor is his Tory party a real Tory party.

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    • 67
      Frank's son says:

      Just the beginning. They saw what happended in Cyprus and thought, you know what, we’ll do the same thing here. First off, pretend it’s only about those who owe tax. Then, then, when there is no uprisiing we’ll simply help ourselves to eveyone’s accounts in the guise that if we don’t the country will be bankrupt. Which, incidently, it already is.

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    • 93
      Fed up Joe Public & all voting UKIP ORG says:

      Just keep in mind what the VOTERS did to Conservative Party in Canada
      when they lost the plot a few years ago.

      Pre Election Conservatives held ……………………..156 seats

      Post Election Conservatives held …………………… “JUST 2 Seats”

      This will be very just reward for the fcuking Conservatives here PDQ !!
      & we will make certain that CMDD will be the LAST ever Old Etonian
      Bullington Toff to occupy Downing Street.

      Dave’s Legacy is the nearly £1.4 TRILLION POUND National Debt he will
      be leaving when he is finally kicked out in MAY 2015 GE, BUT he does not
      what YOU to ask any questions about what he has saddled future generations
      with because of him !!!

      Just go to the site below (copy & paste)

      http://debt-clock.org/

      & see how the NATIONAL DEBT is racking up thanks to tosser Dave
      who inherited from McMental when it was £700+ Billion & the Tosser
      will have doubled it in just one term !!!

      VOTE UKIP and take OUR country back from the Cons*LieLabor*LebDims
      Anti-Democracy Alliance who have been allowed to rape & pillage OUR
      country for decades for there own nefarous ends……

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    • 108
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      Indeed.

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  19. 57
    Owen Jones is a cunt says:

    Owen Jones has been rather silent on the abduction of schoolgirls in Nigeria, hasn’t he? And also silent on FGM, honour killings and all the other lovely atrocities of a certain ideology. I do hope this doesn’t mean Owen’s a hypocrite. I mean, he’s got no hesitation in attacking Farage on a daily basis, I’m sure he’d be just as vocal on the kidnapping and human trafficking of girls by followers of that peaceful faith.

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    • 61
      The European Directive of Fanny Freshness. says:

      I’d love to see Owen Jones’s head cut off on Liveleak.

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      • 273
        Owned Jones says:

        Not likely! I’d just explain to the wise, brave exponents of the religion of peace that I have always been on their side and have done so much to help. They would hug me as a comrade, and everything would be fine.

        I’m sure they wouldn’t just publicly hang me from a crane or anything.

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  20. 58
    Anonymous says:

    #Labour. Click the link,the last video is a must.

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    • 59
      Anonymous says:

      #Labour

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      • 63
        ...and so say all of us... says:

        The ‘criminal damage’ on that council owned verge is so much prettier and more artistic than that of the old couple we read about last week and the idiot fucking jobsworth who should be chucked in the nearest council owned lake.

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        • 79
          A wandering minstrel says:

          Agreed, but flower power is now so 1960s. Where is the new Bob Dylan?

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        • 80
          SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          You are all missing the point ,it is not about grass verges or rubbish , it is about showing who is the boss.

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      • 84
        Not the ten o' clock news says:

        Social housing new build I see. Nappy dropped within the plot.

        Probably some okie driven by jealousy living in the older housing close by who wanted to make his pathetic mark. Probably traceable rubbish and token ‘punishment’ which will not be undertaken anyway.

        We should shoot the fucker.

        Probably the saddest thing I saw in the last year was in London where some soul had planted a few flowers around a pavement tree only for some large dog to have shat all over them several times. Despairing.

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      • 102
        Not the ten o' clock says:

        Social ‘arssin new build I see. Nappy dropped within the plot.

        Probably some oik driven by jealousy living in the older housing close by who wanted to make his pathetic mark. Probably traceable rubbish and ensuing token ‘punishment’ which will not be undertaken anyway.

        We should shoot the fucker.

        Probably the saddest thing I saw in the last year was in London where some soul had planted a few flowers around a pavement tree only for some large dog to have shat all over them several times, no doubt while his gleeful owner looked on with pride. He also should be shot. …..Despairing.

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      • 103
        F##k the LibLabCon says:

        Typical!

        Like

      • 104
        Oik Watch says:

        Social ‘arssin new build I see. Nappy dropped within the plot.

        Probably some oik driven by jealousy living in the older housing close by who wanted to make his pathetic mark. Probably traceable rubbish and ensuing token ‘punishment’ which will not be undertaken anyway.

        We should shoot the fucker.

        Probably the saddest thing I saw in the last year was in London where some soul had planted a few flowers around a pavement tree only for some large dog to have shat all over them several times, no doubt while his gleeful owner looked on with pride. He also should be shot. …..Despairing.

        Like

      • 110
        White rabbit says:

        I do believe plastic bags were a product of the Thatcher era and are thus scabs to be avoided.

        Like

  21. 62
    Prime Minister Goodluck Cameron says:

    If re-elected in 2015 we promise to take everyone out of the Tax System, and give Free Gas and Electricity for a year

    Like

  22. 65
    Anonymous says:

    Cameron the communist votes to raid ordinary peoples bank accounts but lets big business evade their taxes.

    Like

  23. 66
    Max, Prisoner G762H34 says:

    I protested, “Governor I’ve been graped!”

    He said, “Max, don’t you mean raped?”

    I said, “No! There was a bunch of them…”

    Like

  24. 69
    Question for our times says:

    What do Nigerian cabinet members say when they want to wish good luck to Goodluck Jonathan?

    Like

    • 71
      Sam Beau says:

      Break a leg?

      Like

      • 140
        Arthur says:

        He ought to be grateful his parents didn’t call him Fuckoff.

        Like

        • 159
          non taxable pikey says:

          Fully dressed overall, crew lined up on deck going into Lagos on a visit on board a Leander Class. Nigerian navy admiral’s barge heading toward us. Over the tannoy, “Ship’s Company will prepare to welcome on board Admiral Nelson “sonnyboy” Ojukwe. You had to be there.

          Like

  25. 70
    Pookie Snackumberger says:

    So this mini revolution that is supposed to be happening with UKIP, will the UKIPers be smashing up shops, looting and burning down local businesses like the left do?

    Or is it democratic?

    Can’t be much of a revolution if there is no mass violence and deaths, that’s how the left would do it.

    Like

    • 75
      Sam Beau says:

      All in good time – especially if it becomes obvious that the voting has been drastically rigged… Keep your pitchfork nice and sharp.

      Like

    • 77
      Flowers with no powers says:

      Let’s see how how it goes in two weeks, Liebour will have it’s Brown shirts out for a walk if it their postal votes don’t work.

      Like

  26. 73
    Flowers with no powers says:

    Sky doing a piece on Vauge, it’s reminding me why I won’t be voting Camorons Conservatives, he’s an embarrassment not an asset.

    Like

    • 83
      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      He has transformed himself from being a half decent eurosceptic leader with a sharp line in repartee to an arse licking Euro lover in a few years, a great career move, the treacherous little weasel

      Like

      • 91
        Hague the native says:

        +1

        Like

      • 114
        Fruitcake and swivel eyed loony loving the panic and utter desperation says:

        + shitloads.

        The bastard sold out his principles at the first sniff or power.

        Like

      • 116
        Toni Blair, gangster extraordinaire says:

        It’s worth £5 million a year in income to my Heir from the banksters when he is kicked out

        Like

  27. 76
    President Bambang of Indonesia says:

    I resent President Goodluck stealing my thunder!

    Like

  28. 86
    R G Bhargee,Guest Moderator says:

    Eric Pickles a man that can light up a room, just by moving away from the window

    Like

    • 151
      non taxable pikey says:

      You would get enough fat off that carcase to keep an Inuit family warm all winter.

      Like

  29. 87
    Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

    All the MSM news feeds are foaming at the mouth about a photograph of a soldier from the RAF regiment with a dead Taliban who had apparently just attacked his patrol.

    No evidence or mention of any wrong doing. This is the country we live in where The BBC, Sky et al decide to attack our own troops. They really do live at the bottom of the cess pit.

    While all this is going on Tory MP Caroline Dinenange makes an expenses claim for a pack of condolences cards.

    Subway are taking bacon off the menu

    Most supermarkets are selling us Halal meet without telling us and it goes on and on

    Another day in our wonderful liberal democracy

    Like

    • 95
      Fred Dinenage says:

      HOW.

      Like

      • 198
        Jack Hargreaves says:

        I’ll lighte my pipe, then I’ll blow my own head with my poachers shotgun

        Like

    • 96
      Fed up Joe Public & all voting UKIP ORG says:

      Just a normal day in this multi-cultural shite hole and all thanks to
      Cons*LieLabor*LebDims Anti-Democracy Alliance………

      VOTE UKIP & take OUR country back from them

      Like

      • 200
        EUSSR Food Labelling Division – Protecting YOU everyday says:

        There is no need – despite everything else being listed, – provenance, additives, allergy advice, – for common people to be informed about their meat being HaLal.

        It is seen as part of their Cultural Enrichment.

        Like

      • 228
        Dream Team says:

        …….and the goal is we working on the UKIP Tory Alliance for GE 2015…..with over 50%(+) between us we get our country back…jusgt need to organise the tactical candidates standing/not standing + tactical voting elsewhere.

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    • 275
      JH2932757322534 says:

      Fine by me.

      When this finally all kicks off, it will be amusing to see the Army get its revenge on the lefty establishment fuckers that sent them in to these worthless blood soaked dehumanising shitholes in the first place, and then castigates them for enjoying killing an enemy that would gleefully behead them on camera.

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  30. 89
    • 90
      Jeremy Clarkson says:

      When I named my dog after a famous person they said I was racist.

      Like

      • 119
        Animal lover says:

        I have named my dog Clarkson

        He is uncouth, slightly mad, screws all the local bitches on heat and shits on my neighbour’s lawn

        Like

        • 153
          Anonymous says:

          Pure Class.

          Like

        • 163
          Freda-Annie Mals says:

          I’ve reported you to the RSPCA for naming it Clarkson.

          Like

        • 222
          Dog gone says:

          When I grew up in the 1940s we had a black Chow whose name was – yup, you got it – Blackie. Nobody thought it at all unusual.

          Like

          • What a shitty place the bien pensant have created says:

            I too was brought up in the ’40s – and had a G*llyw*g named Golly.

            No-one thought anything of it.

            How fortunate we all to have little shits, edyerkated in shitty schools by shitty teechas, – the output of cod ‘Universities’ to tell us how wrong it all / was.

            Even Guido – G*d Bless him – cannot allow the word G*llyw*g -

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  31. 92
    Socialism is theft says:

    The far-left leader of North Korea calls Obama a ‘wicked black monkey’.

    We can expect silence from the British left.

    Like

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    Oik Watch says:

    Test two

    Like

    • 208
      Just saying says:

      Had same problem yesterday.

      Posted a couple of messages which failed to appear.

      One included mild mocking of Guido news priorities, but nothing abusive in any way.

      Like

  34. 106
    Oik Watch says:

    Fackin modbot. Do you want comment or not??????.?

    Like

  35. 109
    Jezza says:

    Anyone know if the schoolgirls are infidels? Just wondering

    The supermarkets don’t want to label their meat – why? Because normal people might stop buying it?

    Like

    • 112
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      I was informed that Subway sell nothing but halal meat in their subs, they’re now on my boycott list.

      Like

      • 113
        Jezza says:

        Me too. As soon as restaurants and supermarkets start labelling their meat I think they’ll see the public have an overwhelming preference for the non-muzbot variety

        Like

      • 126
        Oik Watch says:

        Plus 30 million

        Like

    • 115
      Orbit Tranchon says:

      strange how the animal cruelty brigade say nowt when millions of animals are being cruelly slaughtered to appease Moslims.

      Like

      • 118
        Fruitcake and swivel eyed loony loving the panic and utter desperation says:

        Quite. That’s the hypocritical left for you.

        Like

      • 127
        Pookie Snackumberger says:

        they are suspiciously quiet about bird chopping windmills too.

        Like

        • 145
          Left wingers are full of shit says:

          Gays,women,ethnics and the environment all useful idiots and tools for the left to keep the country in a permanent state of agitation.
          They don’t really care about these people or things.
          They think speaking out against Halal meat might give the right wing even a modicum of ‘ammunition’ so they rather say nothing.
          As a heterosexual male I’m not as worried about Islam as someone who thinks lefties are their friend should be.
          There are even examples now of left wing women adopting Islam so as to qualify themselves as a minority.
          These converts even outIslam the Islamics when it comes to wearing full body suits.

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  36. 121
    King of Saudi Arabia, no 1 ally of the US and UK says:

    I have just bought 300 blacks girls for my cannibal jihadi fighters

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  37. 122
    Owen Jones says:

    Islam is peace.

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  38. 123
    what a gay dave says:

    If the conservatives wanted to win they would ditch cameron. Why would anyone vote for a party that doesn’t want to win?

    Like

    • 135
      Ex Long Term Tory Activist says:

      Bumsex marriage was not in Dave’s 2010 Manifesto.

      DO NOT VOTE FOR DAVE WHATEVER THE CONSEQUENCES.

      The man is a lying fraudster.

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    • 141
      Mr Nobody says:

      Cameron outpolls his party by a considerable degree. Miliband, on the other hand, acts as a drag on his. So as long as the two main parties retain their current leaders, the Tories will win the election in 2015.

      Perhaps you Labour trolls should be focussing your ire on your own party’s leadership.

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      • 152
        Ever hopeful says:

        You hope!, have you crossed your fingers or do you know something we won’t find out until after the 2015 election.

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      • 171
        Lies says:

        Cameron outpolling his party is an urban myth put about by leftists.

        Like

        • 253
          He Stopped my Benefit says:

          Unfortunately not a myth. The Great Unwashed always go for a “Leader” over student politicians like Clagg and Miliband. As a politician, Hitler had utter disrespect for “facts” and “fairness” and liberal reasonableness yet, until shit hit fan, he was totally successful. Cameron simply tells bigger lies.

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      • 218
        Another Nobody says:

        Doubt the Tories can win outright in 2015.

        Unless Cameron rules out beforehand any further coalition with LibDems.

        Trouble is, even if he makes that pledge, many won’t believe him.

        That’s from someone who has never voted anything but Conservative before, but won’t again.

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  39. 124
    Genghiz the kahn says:

    Cameron wants HMRC to have more powers.

    http://news.sky.com/story/1258086/pm-defends-powers-to-seize-unpaid-tax

    Brown, Smith Blunkett would have loved to run this sort of nonsense through. Next time that Hunt Cameron talks about freedom, remind him that he wants even more arbitrary powers for the state.

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    • 131
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Sinister, move your money offshore folks (that’s if you’ve got any left).

      Like

      • 150
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

        Yeah, put it in an Icelandic bank.

        Like

        • 173
          Blue Peter Goldfish says:

          Why would you put your money in a bank?, any bank.

          Like

        • 226
          Where has all the money gone? says:

          You must put your hard-earned in a non-EU state. Singapore is good. They don’t steal any and even pay you a modicum of interest too.

          Like

    • 158
      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      Do they seriously imagine those with real money to hide are stupid enough to leave it where the morons from HMRC can find it?

      Like

      • 227
        Just saying says:

        That’s what makes it more sinister.

        They may promise not to abuse it, and even hope not to do so, but they want a Cyprus-style option. (I seem to recall that several months ago some IMF official floated this as an option to be considered, and the EU would no doubt jump at the idea).

        Just can’t trust Cameron on matters financial (if anything at all).

        Complains about the EU financial services tax, yet signed off on power for imposition.

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        • 244
          SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          The EU would jump at the idea , not half, the whole thing stinks mightily of EU diktat!

          Like

    • 190
      Vlad the Loudhailer says:

      Didn’t HMRC loose 40 million PAYE details, just imagine the fraud when they loose your bank details.

      Like

  40. 125
    Tax is theft says:

    The whining about Amazon not paying ‘enough’ tax is one thing but to conflate tax paid against turnover is deceitful.
    NOBODY pays tax on turnover, it is paid on profit and profit alone.
    Just stop this bullshit.

    Like

    • 128
      Oik Watch says:

      We can change the rules if we really want to obtain proportionate taxation. Perhaps Camouflage prefers to bully the small people. You also see this unfortunate trait when, having scored another easy point off the gimp opposite, he turns to his left to milk his craven baying mob support. Not edifying at all.

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      • 130
        Oik Watch says:

        Griffin came over on yesterday’s Brillo as quite balanced. He has learnt. He has been right on many issues and banning the burka is also correct.

        Like

        • 169
          Not an original thought says:

          Replacing one form of totalitarianism with another can never be right because TWO WRONGS DON’T MAKE A RIGHT

          Like

      • 133
        Tory Government my arse says:

        And as we all know it never is the big guy who gets screwed by the HMRC it’s the plebs.
        Self employed sole traders getting what the Taxman ‘thinks’ they owe taken out of their account and then having to wait ages for a rebate.

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        • 139
          Blue Peter Goldfish says:

          HMRC doing secret tax deals with companies, might be an idea to address that first Cameroooon!.

          Like

  41. 134
    Anonymous says:

    only communist parties would want to raid peoples bank accounts, a conservative party never would.

    Cameron’s tory party is a wolf in sheeps clothing just for their EU partners.

    Like

    • 137
      Casual Observer 2 says:

      It is not a Tory party. It is a group of LibLabConning shysters on the make.

      Get fucking Dave out asap. Starting with shoving a red hot poker up his arse on 22nd.May.

      Like

    • 144
      Mr Nobody says:

      Stop whining. You’d be a fool to keep money in a bank account anyway these days, what with interest rates. Invest it, the returns are far better. Stocks, shares, property… it doesn’t matter. Sticking it in a bank or building society is economic illiteracy almost on a par with socialism (well okay, I exaggerate but it is a daft thing to do…)

      Like

      • 155
        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        I’m still getting 4.25% until October on my ISA, but there again I’m smart arse .

        Like

        • 176
          The European Directive of Fanny Freshness. says:

          Alright smart-arse…….if Scotland goes independent and Labour lose 59 MP’s it’s assumed that England will be nearly all Tory….

          So why does Dave want to keep the Union..?

          Please don’t give me conspiratorial theories like ‘the liblabcons are all in it together for their own ends’.

          Why hasn’t UKIP mentioned this..?

          Is Farage ‘in the loop’ with the liblabconners..?

          Like

          • SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            It is our duty to goad them into voting ‘yes’ in the referendum , that way at a stroke we are rid of 59 grievance mongers ,and the scotch voters can no longer dictate what happens in England through Labour .WE WILL BE FREE OF SOCIALISM FOREVER

            Like

          • The European Directive of Fanny Freshness. says:

            Thanks for the reply, but it can’t be that simple shirley.

            Why aren’t Labour shitting themselves loudly about this.

            Like

          • SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            The only fly in the ointment is that the actual independence will be two years after the referendum . Labour if they win the next election will, with the connivence of the scotch MPs do as much damage to England as they can in the full knowledge that they will never be called to account,because they will know that they can never form another government without them.

            Like

          • John Bullybeef says:

            … and that is when the claymores and pitchforks magically appear….

            Like

      • 231
        Another Nobody says:

        Smearing others as economic illiterates?

        Do yourself and others a favour, and check what the proposed HMRC powers entail.

        They are not restricted to bank accounts alone, but other investments too, including in certain cases joint holdings.

        Like

  42. 160
    Trying to promote Ed Miliband became too much for him to cope with says:

    last I saw of Jimmy he was heading to his office with a Makarov pistol and a bottle of Vodka.

    Like

  43. 161
    LibDem Question Time Stooge says:

    Empty, misattributed rhetoric form a #libdem Shocking!! #BBCQT #UKIP pic.twitter.com/IPL1rdkxUT— Ryan Chan (@Ryan_L_Chan) May 10, 2014

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  44. 165
    what a gay dave says:

    Grant snaps on qt the other night said the tories would give us a referendum after renegotiation

    But hasnt angela already said people hoping for renegotiation will be disappointed?

    Like

    • 264
      Anonymous says:

      Yes but Grant Scnapps is a bl00dy liar and no different to Cameron.

      Both would lie about their grannies if it meant they could stay in power.

      Cameron and Shapps, both are cast iron liars and cannot be trusted on the EU or a referendum.

      Like

  45. 167
    Peter Bone -Trougher says:

    To be honest I don’t think David Cameron would be able to renegotiate the rules of the Eurovision Song Contest let alone the EU.

    Like

  46. 168
    Badluck Brown & Goodluck Jonathan says:

    Like

    • 172
      nell says:

      Oh Dear !

      Like

    • 175
      We all look the same says:

      Hence that hat.

      Like

      • 187
        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        Maybe he should just change his name to ‘Hard Shit’ Jonathan.

        Like

    • 185
      Gordon Brown says:

      I loved ‘the Specials’ I have all your albums…by that I mean the sleeves,which I put bricks in to get into parties.
      Oh I miss Woolworths record dept.

      Like

      • 193
        Gordon Brown says:

        Sorry wrong guy.
        I mean I love the part you play in Eastenders helping to run the B&B.
        Didn’t you also used to be in ‘Love thy neighbour’ playing opposite that bigot?

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      • 201
        Gordon Brown says:

        Are them buttons gold? I deal in gold, I’m known as golden brown nuggets.

        Like

    • 196
      Jezza says:

      ‘Great to see you Lenny’

      Like

    • 247
      Anon & Voting for UKIP ORG says:

      Wonder if someone forgot to warn Pres Goodluck of the Jonah effect that fcuking McMental has on everyone he comes into contact with….???

      Well Ex-Pres BadLuck will soon have the opportunity to reflect on that after he
      is has been removed from office, assuming he is still breathing…..although the
      President may be able to break the Curse of Jonah by agreeing to had over
      McMental (secured in a straight jacket) to Bonca Haram for all of the hostages
      they are holding

      75 million+ in UK agree with this helful suggestion

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    • 250
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      That’s Jonathan fucked then.

      From now on he’ll be known as Badluck Jonathan.

      Like

  47. 170
    Genghiz the kahn says:

    Remember if you don't vote Labour you are racist— DrSadiqKhanMP (@DrSadiqKhanMP) May 10, 2014

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    • 178
      The European Directive of Fanny Freshness. says:

      Is that really his account..?

      He has a PHD..?

      You’ve got to be kidding me……

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  48. 174
    DD says:

    Vote Lib/Lab/Con/Green for more EU enlargement, Turkey, Bosnia & Kosovo next.

    In three years time the 80,000,000 population of UK will be 100,000,000.

    You get what you vote for, more taxes, more foreign aid, more immigration, more quangos , more misery.

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  49. 180
    ROLF says:

    Can you imagine how I feel yet?

    Like

    • 181
      Leon says:

      Typical! Self, self, self.

      Like

    • 182
      Read the samll print Cleggy says:

      It’s not how you feel bu what you’ve been feeling is the problem. No doubt great great grandad harris a sexual deviant also, have you considered a career in politics now you TV career is at a end. We’re always recruiting.

      Like

      • 186
        The European Directive of Fanny Freshness. says:

        No, it’s ‘who’ he’s been feeling is the problem.

        Like

  50. 191
    Mark Menzies,Moderator says:

    Is it just me or does David Cameron’s hair parting look like iron filings combed with a magnet?

    Like

  51. 192
    David Axelgrease says:

    I have told Empty Ed to climb on the abducted girls’ s bandwagon

    I’m an ace bandwagon spotter

    That is why I’m paid £500, 000 offshore out of the Short money you all so generously provide

    Like

    • 199
      Jack Straw says:

      I propose sending someone else’s children to fight Boko Haram because our own children are too busy fighting for parliamentary seats.

      Like

  52. 197
    tories are the nazi party says:

    hey just in case you forgot

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/consumertips/tax/10819885/David-Cameron-Taxes-will-rise-unless-we-can-raid-bank-accounts.html

    dont ya just love these nazis??

    cameron is definitely a cnunt and a stupid one at that

    Like

    • 204
      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      They are actually starting to believe that there is such a thing as government money.
      EVERYBODY’S

      Like

    • 205
      Cameron is a twat says:

      So what about all these new people who are making such a massive contribution to our economy and putting in more than they take out?
      By bringing this in what you are effectively saying Cameron is that’s bollocks.

      Like

    • 209
      Pookie Snackumberger says:

      I don’t knoww why posters still talk of labour or conservatives, it’s the EU party that runs this country now, the liblabcon are just its ministers.

      Vote UKIP

      Like

  53. 213
    martin says:

    Government is Antoinesque.
    Politics is broken.
    Democracy is dead.
    Parliament is not fit for purpose.
    Government has become the enemy of the People.

    The banksters are but one part of ‘the establishment ‘ that depends upon corruption to exist.
    The inextricable entanglement is both endemic and systemic.
    This government is corrupt.
    The corruption is absolute, lead from the top down, and out of control.
    Being rotten to the core and from the core, everything it touches it taints.
    Having neither the will nor ability to change, outside intervention is indicated.

    Any persons who fail to act appropriately when faced with corruption,
    or condone in any way the actions of those determined as corrupt,
    become, by definition, corrupt themselves.

    There comes a time when, for the sake of humanity, society and civilisation,
    it is not only the choice of a person to throw out corrupt governance,
    but a duty.

    It is those in power who are the terrorists, having destroyed our society from within.

    http://inquiringminds.cc/the-martin-brighton-articles

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    • 224
      Ever hopeful says:

      Wow!, have you just figured that out by yourself or are you just advertising your blog, why do you think this blog exists, it’s been here ten years even in those ten years millions upon millions words have been written by thousands of people who come to this blog about the way this country is run or has been ruined.

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      • 234
        Pookie Snackumberger says:

        And like a pressure gauge, power structures have been watching it and adding to or reducing and delaying the degree of their oppression.

        Soon, when the software is in place that can read across all blogs and media instantly, they will be able to take the temperature of the nation as and when they announce the draconian laws and edicts from the evil fcukers in Brussels, and know once and for all how much they can get away with on the straight-jacketed populous (us).

        Fight the evil, now. Vote UKIP there is no other realistic choice.

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    All-well-and-good says:

    Im taking the day off on Thursday 22nd – going fishing.
    Waste of fackin time ANY election.

    Maggots seeking to get elected to put their Receipts in
    to the euro-gravy-train.

    Alan Rickman – The Preacher (part 1) here

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  56. 221
    Nigel "I'll say anything if it'll get me coverage" Farage speaking there says:

    Ejaculate: The ejection of semen.
    Or…
    A yorkshire person telling Jack he’s not on time.

    Like

  57. 225
    Maria Miller says:

    I have no need of friendship; friendship causes pain. It’s laughter and it’s loving I disdain.

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  58. 230
    Not All Bad - Nutall Good says:

    Paul Nuttall put in a good performance on Any Questions under sustained fire.

    He sounds to me like he understands what a true populist agenda would be about. Certainly someone to pay attention to.

    Like

  59. 231
    Tory Gayers attack man for what he said when he was a TORY says:

    Like

    • 243
      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      I am sure MR.Helmer has no fear of sexual perverts as the word homophobia would imply.
      Most people I know express revulsion, rather than fear of the disgusting practice of sodomy, Mr Helmer probably is no different than ‘most people’.

      Like

      • 266
        Alexsandr says:

        Phobia:- A a persistent fear of an object or situation in which the sufferer commits to great lengths in avoiding, typically disproportional to the actual danger posed, often being recognized as irrational.

        is anyone irrationally scared of homosexuals? really?

        Like

      • 267
        Dodo Reserectus says:

        If only he was a person of faith, he could slag off bum sex as much as he likes

        Like

        • 271
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          “We do not vote for sodomites” [R4 - Rod Liddel - not that he can take it up his bum].

          Like

  60. 241
    brum bum mooz plot investigators, liebour by nature says:

    So it’s as you were. Nothing to see here, just concerned parents wanting a worthwhile education for their offspring. In fact we shall have to up the allowances for these worthy people. Everything’s normal, just keep paying your taxes.

    Like

  61. 252
    Guy Gibsons Non racist dog says:

    In other News The BBC caught setting Up UKIP for abuse by a Party Stooge. Not labour’s Amy Rutland this time. But Charlie Bloom …. the Patriarch of a clan of LibDem councillors in Eastleigh. Ex Wife, her partner and both daughters employed by LibDems.

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  62. 259
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Even Silent Bob – of old has had more to say of ‘worthy content’ than Ed Miliband.

    Like

  63. 260
    How? says:

    Like that?
    No…

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  64. 265
    Sid Viscous says:

    I was high school/loser
    Never made it with a/lady
    Til a boy told me somethin I missed
    That my next door/neighbor
    had a daughter/had a favor
    And I gave the girl just a little kiss,

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  65. 272
    Podiceps says:

    No need to say more than this …

    http://goo.gl/iZk2gF

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Ralph Miliband on the English…

“The Englishman is a rabid nationalist. They are perhaps the most nationalist people in the world.”



Left on Left says:

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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