May 11th, 2014

WATCH: Andrew Marr Tells the Prime Minister to “Shut Up”

The PM, discussing the Nigerian schoolgirls crisis, is told to shut up by Andy Marr. Oooh!


390 Comments

  1. 1
    broderick crawford says:

    BUT I HAVE NT FINISHED !!!!

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    • 22
      Speaker Marr says:

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      • 51
        The Treacherous Tosser in No. 10 says:

        TRUST ME !! – and you know me well enough by now!

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        • 74
          Tipping Point says:

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          • LOL! says:

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          • We dohn need no ejacashern says:

            Tell Laura she left her brain on the bathroom floor with her wet towel. These people should not be allowed anywhere near a computer or smart phone.

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          • jgm2 says:

            Oh dear. That wasn’t the plan at all was it?

            These people were imported by the million specifically to vote Labour and now they’re voting for anybody they want to.

            See Imran Hussein* for how that works in practice.

            *Labour groomed candidate who lost to George Galloway.

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          • JH-21334578745 says:

            Umm, Laura, hate to break it to you love but what you have just said is really racist.

            You are presuming that the Pakistani gentleman cannot possibly want this island to be independent of Brussels.

            Why is that exactly? Is he supposed to be a grateful ikkle Labour import, voting for you without question and having no opinions of his own?

            How did you know he was Pakistani, by the way? He could have had origins elsewhere. Did you ask, ‘where are you from?’ That too is very, very racist.

            Shame on you.

            God, this is easy. I can see why they do it.

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          • Boris Becker says:

            what race are humans?
            planet belong to the apes.
            ape this ape that.
            as tree m.
            as bonny m.
            as trees diminish.disappear will humans becomes apes and then still. like a tree…for the very first time?

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          • m 0 d b 0 t _ b l @ s p h e m e r says:

            Yes dear, you’re missing that you appear to be a Labour r a c i s t.

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          • JH-2309123845902314 says:

            Laura obviously asked the man ‘where he is from’, which as I understand it is on the roster of WACIST thought crimes.

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          • Skint.org.eu says:

            Laura Wilkes was probably one of the white middle class Labour misfits shouting “racist scum” at the diverse audience of UKIP members and councillor candidates at Wednesday’s meeting in Westminster.

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          • Woninda Bakodanet says:

            The guy’s had a stroke FFS. He doesn’t enunciate as clearly as he used to.If you listen closely you can hear him say “I must shut up…” I think he was probably meaning to say “I must shut up shop” but stumbled.

            I think it’s a shame he returned to the job, as he obviously would not have been appointed in that condition. He has been a writer and could have followed that path.

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      • 75
        rick says:

        “The PM, discussing the Nigerian schoolgirls crisis”

        Remind me again, Dave – what the hell has this “crisis” got to do with this country?

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        • 92
          Observer says:

          Absolutely nothing. But the current American president’s wife has got involved, so all the lefties like Cameron are jumping on the band wagon.

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        • 167
          Boris Becker says:

          behind engineering is technology. et. and the sources are the horses beginning with sherghar.
          crisis what crisis. plenty of money to print. women what women.

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          • m 0 d b 0 t _ b l @ s p h e m e r says:

            planet of the r apes?

            plenty going on outside Kaduna brothers.

            real horror show, um bongo

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        • 191
          Going back in time. says:

          is the scenery behind me shifting. at the heart of the titanic all is still. at poo time..time stops but the naval scenery behind shiftss
          why does james cameron think that the guggengeim royalty was in it fro money. why did grandad gran.did grand.dad guggenheim have to go?

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        • 202
          thostids says:

          He’s been on the secure line to Mrs Clinton. They’ve agreed that it will be much easier to shift the public outrage from Armed-to-the-teeth Mr Putin who will kill anybody who even puts a toe into Russian territory which especially includes Americans foolish enough to interfere in another Country very far away, to a set of very unpleasant, drugged up terrorist killers that are already being sized up by satellite and a combined Special Forces Unit that will give them a right rodding, leaving a lot of holes in the ground filled with dead Africans and thoroughly enjoy doing it, not to mention taking lots of photographs of dead bodies to encourage people to vote for Cameron.

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            Sounds a bit like Sierra Leone then.

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          • Bosun Higgst says:

            The Frogs do this sort of thing all the time in their former colonies. It’s the only way they can persuade people to speak their degraded version of provincial Latin. Unfortunately, this policy contributed greatly to the genocide in Rwanda.

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        • 247
          The sun has got his hat on says:

          Maybe Dave fell for one of those Nigerian money laundering scams.

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        • 315
          Bloke from Boko says:

          90 per cent of the girls are Christian and they alone will be sold into slavery- the UK is a predominantly Xtian country and should at least speak out for its co-religionist currently undergoing an unprecedented wave of persecution abroad. During the 19thC one of Britain’s roles in the world was to stamp out slavery. It helps give a bit of dignity to a culture saturated in an “enrichissez-vous” outlook. The jihads of Northern Muslims against the kuffars of southern Nigeria were the main source of the slaves trafficked in the Atlantic slave trade. Under sharia, slavery is normal and slaving is reviving along with the revival of back to basics Islam.. The attitude which orthodox Islam fosters towards women, and particularly to underage women and especially non-Muslim women has been amply demonstrated in the 80 or 90 (Christian cultural background) child grooming court cases, invariably by largish gangs, which have occurred in almost every British urban area with a Muslim community present, during the last year or so. To some extent, our daughters are exposed to dangers closely related to the ones these girls faced.

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          • Horace says:

            “Boko” means “Western education” in Hausa. It’s not a place. Moreover, I think you’ll find that most of the slaves exported through Lagos were Igbos and Yorubas captured by others of their ilk, not by northerners. Nigeria is 3 countries in one (Lugard drew the borders) and that was at the root of the January 1966 and July 1966 coups, the ensuing Biafran conflict and now this business.

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          • Bloke from Boko says:

            There was a TV series called ‘the Man from UNCLE’ many years ago-nobody thought UNCLE was a place. Is English your first language? Boko could also be translated as ‘non-Islamic’ education: use of the term western to conceal religious motivation is common in the smoke and mirrors game that discussions with apologists for the RoP usually become e.g. “he murdered his wife/daughter because she was becoming too westernised.” For a discussion of Islam and the Nigerian slave trade far more detailed than there is space for here google: “Geoffrey Clarfield” “Boko haram and the return of the Nigerian slave trade”

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          • Joe Public says:

            Boko” means “Western education” in Hausa.

            ———

            Yes and ‘haram’ means illegal in Mussie language.

            So the groups name is, “Illegal Western Education”

            The fact is, these Mussie terr01ists have kidnapped 300 Chr1stian girls.

            The two facts the UK media and politicians are still ignoring on purpose… Is the fact the perpetrators are Mussies, the still ignore this and call them terr01ists only, and that the girls are Chr1stian, they only call them girls.

            Hypocrisy and engineering on a grand scale.

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          • Get your facts right says:

            300 girls? I thought it was 200.

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          it's not rocket science says:

          Easy – Because this sort of problem justifies Nigerians seeking asylum in the UK. If you want fewer Nigerians living in the UK, and I expect you do, then you ought to support any effort by “the West” to make places like Nigeria safer for their inhabitants. Otherwise they just come over here.

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        • 390
          Anonymous says:

          200 young girls have been kidnapped by lunatics who want to sell them for G*d knows what purpose, so no not relevant to us at all.WTF planet are you on you small minded fecker !

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    • 24
      Piss and wind says:

      But they had not run out of time. Marr then went on to introduce some fluting group wo played some obscure piece of music for the last five minutes.

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      The Go-ons says:

      Shut-Up Eccles!

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    • 96
      The Growler says:

      What Dave wants is another “lovely war”, just as B’Liar did to boost his ego and renew his party’s flagging pol -ratings

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      • 146
        This Morning, Salem says:

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      • 152
        jgm2 says:

        To be honest I think Blair’s war did more harm than good to his party’s polling. If it hadn’t been for ba*nn*ing fox-hunting which was, to many floating voters, a far more important issue than killing half a million Iraqis for no good reason, then he might have been in a lot of trouble ballot-wise.

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      • 155
        slapper. says:

        slap him on the.thy face.

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    • 153
      stamps are electronic. says:

      power based on food has to go.
      let ppl eat your head.
      twin towers told us to give up on power based on money.
      now money gets printed.
      in how many years time, will food be printed.
      .
      fd is fixed deposit.
      df is “get lost”

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      • 154
        power of attorney. says:

        power of money brings out the power of attorney.
        it was wriiten. it was verified.
        .
        the pig had to become a cow and “bite”.
        the b.ee has to become a.ee
        .
        “my bite is manly”
        …..neptunal energy makes us dream….red ant or red october….
        ….

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    • 160
      Burn Down Everthing says:

      What n the name of fuckery is this “like” shit? You thick paddy cock gobbler, it is waaaay too late fro April fool’s you fucking closet nonce.

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  2. 2
    DD says:

    The other thread a little bit too pro UKIP for Guido, so he puts up a rather pointless thread to steer punters away

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  3. 3
    Rare visitor to BBC says:

    I missed Sunday Politics which sounds interesting, so want to watch on BBC iPlayer.
    Website says “Available soon after” it finishes @ noon.
    How long is “soon”

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      BBC Television Licensing says:

      As soon as you’ve paid you’re Licence Fee – whether you actually need one or not; we don’t care. Failure to pay could result in an unlimited fine or, while we still have the possibility, imprisonment.

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      • 16
        Rare visitor to BBC says:

        If I were a man with the courage of my convictions I’d stop paying this “tax” appropriated for BBC .

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        • 28
          The Lone Ranger says:

          Just get rid of the telly. Believe me, you’ll not miss it – and if there really is something you’d like to see, watch it on i-player.

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          • Rare visitor to BBC says:

            BBC has virtually nothing of interest on TV to persuade me to view anything on iPlayer.
            There is far more to entertain on TV than BBC!

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          • JH2932757322534 says:

            For flips sake, your ownership of a television set is NOTHING to do with the BBC!

            If they come to the door, tell them to fuck off.

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        • 52
          bob Barlow says:

          As the BBC insists on following Labour’s line in referring to the bedroom subsidy as the ‘Bedroom Tax’, we should all refer to the License Fee as the ‘Telly Tax’. Should they think this is unreasonable then `I’ll put my fingers in my ears and go……

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        • 88
          We dohn need no ejacashern says:

          Screw up your courage and just don’t renew your licence whenever it is due. Then tell any Crapita goons who come knocking to go jump in the nearest lake.

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          • Skint pensioner (sans licence) says:

            Yup, if 10 million people refuse (as they did in the Antipodes) the licence tax will be a thing of the past. After all they can’t jail all of us can they?

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          • NonPayer says:

            The most sensible approach is NO CONTACT. Just cancel your DD, without advising Crapita, do NOT reply to any correspondence, and in the event that someone comes to call, maintain total silence and close the door on them. They have NO rights.

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          • the peasants are revolting says:

            It might be better to do some variation of the following:

            Write a letter to TVL stating that you, as the lawful occupier are withdrawing Implied Right of Access in accordance with English Common Law, and any incursions onto your dwelling will be regarded as trespass, and agents of TVL or Capita may face prosecution, including potentially fines and imprisonment.
            Similarly, any further correspondence from TVL, Capita etc.. will be regarded as Harrassment in in accordance with English Common Law, and their agents may face prosecution not limited to fines and imprisonment.
            …and sign it “The lawful occupier”.

            They may write back to try and force you to give your name, but you don’t have to, because they are not crown servants and have no warrant. if they write again, they can be sued for harassment if you can be bothered.

            in order for them as fellow private citizens to gain access to your property, they have to present a warrant, and it would probably be presented by someone who you can’t withdraw implied right of access from, such as a copper.

            in order for them to obtain a warrant, they have to have reasonable evidence that you may be breaking the law, and it’s hard to get that evidence without harrassing or trespassing.
            They also have to present information to you about how they detected you, in order for you to prepare a defence – which they probably won’t do, because that would mean either incriminating themselves; or revealing the schematics for the detection equipment.
            You can detect the presence of analogue signals emitted, and use an RF scanner to work out the frequency and source (an oscillator inside), and if it’s coming down an internet cable, your IP address will be known to your ISP (but they may not want to pass that data on unless pressed, as with illegal streaming).

            It’s also possible to detect digital signals:
            h**p://www.promax.es/ing/products/monitoring-systems/DEIDE3/detection-and-identification-of-digital-tv-and-radio-signals

            Or you could try this… h**ps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZBM-pkJPio

            Simplest thing is just to have a normal computer on a desk-like structure in your lounge, with a large screen, and no aerials of any kind, unless you’re an electronic engineer doing comms a hobby.
            And if you feel like watching some previously recorded video, then that’s none of Capita’s business (literally).

            UKIP ought to be distributing instructions about this to help save people money… and strangle this iniquitous anachronistic national socialist propaganda scheme.

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          • C O (Ξ7s1) says:

            I find the easiest way to stay inside the law is not to have equipment with the digital / analog receiving capability on site (at home) and not to watch iPlayer live from an internet address which is not associated with a license.

            This frees up lots of time to do much more constructive stuff online, and for entertainment, uTube / Vimeo are perfect, alongside regular DVD purchase. (EBay is excellent)

            Recommend anyone to keep track of what they consume per week of TV – keep a diary for a month – note what you watch, how long for, and what you felt like before / after and about what you saw.

            eg.

            Thursday: 3 hours. News + QT. Guff – pissed off.

            Friday, 9 till 11, Film x : Was total crap. (Confirms Rotten Tomato rating of 20%) Ads annoying.

            Look back after a month, figure out how much of your life was wasted and what the TV experience did to your overall mood and stress levels, and then reflect that time could be better spent watching better films, taking up a hobby, chilling with the kids / wife, decorating, or just watching sports on the BT service or down the pub with friends.

            The saving on the TV license is enough to part fund more productive activities through the year which would likely improve overall quality of life.

            The key realization is that trying to be sneaky about watching but not paying for live TV is not worth it.

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          • Horace says:

            All excellent advice if I may say so. TV is addictive: it stimulates endorphin production, opioids in other words. It also makes you less discriminating and more likely to believe whatever lies and propaganda the broadcasters wish to put out. The more you watch the less discriminating and the more gullible you become. That’s why TV advertising is so expensive — it actually works; even if you don’t think it influences you, believe me, it does.

            So junk your telly and start thinking for yourself! We’ve been TV-free for years and it’s fantastic.

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      C O (Ξ7s1) says:

      I think about a day. Someone may post relevant bits on uTube before.

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    • 19
      Union Thug says:

      A BECTU member will be in first thing* Monday morning.

      Only BECTU members are allowed to operate the iPlayer machinary. My members work hard and should not be expected to perform duties not in their original job description.

      *some time after 11 a.m.

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      • 299
        well there's a surprise says:

        BBC Radio Devon has sacked a longstanding well respected presenter
        for playing The Sun Has Got His Hat On.

        I will never again pay a penny to this shameful organisation.

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        • 376
          Joe Public says:

          Will the BBC sack every black comedian that ever utters the N word when then do stand up ?

          Will the BBC edit out black actors in American films who use the N word ?

          If not, the BBC are hypocrites and should all be sacked.

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          • Socialist Mathermaiks, Innit says:

            They should sack everyone who plays that Elvis Costello song, too. And “Money For Nothing” by Dire Straits, which contains the f-word (‘faggot’, not ‘fuck’).

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  4. 4
    PDubya says:

    Speaks volumes about how out of touch the BBC is and the agenda that anything a tory speaks about is not worth listening to even for a few seconds more whatever the subject. If a Labour spokesman had been talking the show would probably still be running.

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  5. 5
    Never mind shut up says:

    I’d tel the C*NT to fuck off as well!

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  6. 6
    Knighty46 says:

    Wish Marr would shut up. Even warned Dave about a gentle question he was going to put to him. Real top notch cr*p .

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  7. 8
    C O (Ξ7s1) says:

    One down, two to go.

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    Old Nick Heavenly says:

    That woman who is desperate to see Spongebarry start WW3 on one side, the hair from Blair and J’en ai Marr; yuk!!!!

    Saw Snow Nigel on Brillo, was quite impressed!

    Liked my own comment yesterday and got an e mail to tell me that I had liked my own comment.

    Keep up the good work!

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      Infrequent contributor says:

      Not checked lately so I am not sure if they still do it, but Yahoo also used to inform commenters that others had either added to or liked/disliked one’s contribution.

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  9. 12
    Confused.com says:

    Wee Dougie claimed on Sunday Politics that the extra £450 we are supposed to have spent paying VAT is since 2010. The Shadow Chancer says it’s per annum. That’s all clear then!

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    • 31
      Jack Ketch says:

      Andrew Neil followed up with a “fact check” from a number of Labour sources that it was meant to be ONE year.

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      • 58
        Dougie Withers says:

        A description of Wee Dougie’s capabilities would probably contain that well-known phrase including the words “brewery” and “p1ss-up”.

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  10. 15
    Tony Blair - Everyday I'm Hustling says:

    I always thought these ‘Vine’ thingies were rather pointless until I figured out they had audio, too…

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  11. 17
    Anonymous says:

    Andrew Marr should also STFU. Why did he come back?

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    • 30
      The European Directive of Fanny Freshness. says:

      Pillow face should’ve punched the skeletor/gibbon combo in the chest.

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      • 62
        UKIP says:

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        • 232
          Roger Helmonaise says:

          I shall, and so will all my family. We need the monies.
          My offshore account is falling below the £1m.

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        • 377
          Anonymous says:

          Cameron is like the boy who cried wolf about the EU once too many times..

          Cameron is a liar and cannot be trusted.

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    • 50
      Anonymous says:

      He came back because he missed brown nosing Labour people.

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    • 251
      JH-21334578745 says:

      Fuck knows.

      It’s clear that his severely narrowed cognitive abilities no longer have the bandwidth to present a BBC current affairs show and maintain the deceit of being ‘balanced’ politically.

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  12. 18
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP

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  13. 20
    Questions of our time says:

    What is UKIP’s position on the License Fee ?

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  14. 21
    Ockham's Razor says:

    There is no sound on this.

    I don’t think he told Dave to shut up at all.

    My lip-reading lessons inform me that what he actually said was, “Meet me down the toilets later.” Could not quite see but it looks if Dave might have replied, “OK.”

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    • 23
      Old Nick Heavenly says:

      Try again now.

      Storm in a bloody teacup!

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      C O (Ξ7s1) says:

      There is – but you may need to click a little thingy that appears in the top left to turn the audio on. It may not work quite right depending on your browser – can confirm all good in latest chrome on Win 7.

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      • 32
        Ockham's Razor says:

        There was a *.gif playing there when I made that comment. Now there is a normal YouTube.

        Thanks anyway – and also to the one and only ONH!

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        • 41
          C O (Ξ7s1) says:

          The Vine thing looks like a gif, but isn’t. It has one of those really Win 8 hot spots which shows the mute icon.

          Confusing as hell, but progress I guess. :-)

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Strange. But we all know what a YouTube looks like. It didn’t look like that at all to start (no top bar, no bottom bar, no controls, no progress meter et al)

            Then I came back after doing some screwing (woodwork! Tsk! Tsk! :-) ), and it looked just like an ordinary YouTube.

            As Thoreau said, “The universe is wider than our views of it”.

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          • Scales of Justice says:

            Don’t use Micro-Soft crap. There is sound in iceweasel – the Debian version of firefox.

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          • C O (Ξ7s1) says:

            Guido updated his post with the uTube clip, presumably after uTube finished processing. But the vine thingy was up first.

            Reuters like efficiency, with an eye on long term quality.

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  15. 25
    Sid Cleverbollocks says:

    And Cameron APOLOGISES!

    He should have grabbed Marr’s gammy hand and started slapping him with it and saying ‘Why are you hitting yourself? Why are you hitting yourself?’

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    • 29
      Old Nick Heavenly says:

      LARF

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    • 45
      Philagain says:

      Cameron is a tory homophobic bigot.
      Marr was quite right to tell him to shut up.
      Cameron is always going on about all his money, wife,kids and being prime minister.
      You never hear him talk about gay rights, more benefits for the unemployed and AIDS!
      I want Owen jones
      To be prime minister NOW!

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    • 80
      Nicolas Maduro says:

      in Venezuela we have special facilities for such disrespectful persons as Sr Marr.

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    Andrew Marr: Floppy but mentally with it says:

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    • 48
      Socialism is theft says:

      This Eurocr*p proves that the British are amongst the least nationalistic in Europe, apart from the Scots and Welsh of course. So why are ‘Little Englanders’ always being targeted?

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      • 56
        Europop says:

        ve boo ze Russians and cheer beardy lady man I think we not long for this world.

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        • 82
          Vladimir Putain says:

          We demand a referendum in the Russian-majority province of Chelsea, which, as everyone knows, was first settled by Prince Boris Ivanovich in 937 AD.

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  17. 34
    VonCleggster says:

    The Cameroon has no standing whatsoever…
    everyone realizes just how piss-poor a person he really is.

    If the tory party had any REAL backbone they’d have sent him packing ages ago, instead they love the mingin piece of crap, and as such will be decimated come ANY election.

    Most of the half-baked old school will jump to UKIP to save their sorry souls,
    thats why u-cant trust those morons either. Trust NO ONE.

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    • 179
      Gooey Blob says:

      Cameron is more popular than his party. Ed Miliband is less popular than his. If anyone needs replacing it is the Labour leader.

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      • 226
        Uncle Joe says:

        Just line all the bastards up against the wall and have done with them.

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      • 243
        Real Conservatives vote UKIP says:

        “Cameron is more popular than his party.” On which planet ?

        Or perhaps you were alluding to the fact that Cameron is not a Conservative ?

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    Talking Bollocks Watch says:

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    • 63
      A level politics question. says:

      Is the £450
      a) per year
      b) multi-year
      c) a suspiciously round figure, completely made up?

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      • 77
        Bosun Higgs says:

        it is a history graduate’s stab at arithmetic.

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        • 134
          Jack Ketch says:

          I went to Tesco on Saturday and priced up the products on display. Assuming that the fizzy drinks are house brands and ditto the cleaning products and the beer is a medium-price brand, items that attract VAT amount to £4.80–equating to £0.80 VAT, as the increase was from 17.5% to 20% that is 10 pence extra.

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      • 192
        Plonkers both says:

        Oh for a Scottish education, like that of Brown and Alexander.

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  19. 36
    Roger Helmer says:

    Nigel Farage was contractually forbidden from wearing an overcoat with a velvet collar at appearances on BBC television.

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  20. 39
    Dave.C says:

    Should I grow a Beard?

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  21. 42
    Maria Miller says:

    “Conchita” is slang for vagina.
    “Wurst” means sausage.

    The profound social commentary can end here, you fairtrade latte drinking retards.

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    • 131
      Jack Ketch says:

      Mr Desai, who runs my local corner shop, just asked me how Russell Brand was chosen to sing for Austria.

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  22. 47
    Nigel Farage says:

    Outrage after supermarkets admit meat on sale was alive before being killed http://wp.me/p1U04a-79J

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    • 370
      Ukip Cuntral says:

      Glad you like it. Our next advert will emphasise how people whose surnames have “stein” or “klein” in them are taking over Britain.

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  23. 49
    Maimed Codger says:

    Hopefully the whole Country will do the same… at the Ballot Box

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  24. 52
    Mangochutney says:

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  25. 54
    President Cheery. B. Mahmood says:

    The prime minister must not let people treat him in this manner or they will become more emboldened. He must assert his authority and destroy those who show disrespect like the odious dwarf.

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    • 90
      Anonymous says:

      Don’t worry over this Mahmood. The PM knows that revenge is a dish best served cold.

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  26. 59
    UKIP says:

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  27. 60
    U-may-Kip but I'm voting. says:

    Bloody Marrvellous!

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    • 111
      The Hamilton's for MEPs says:

      Yes “U-May” people like me need a second chance on the political ladder. I’ve fallen orf once or twice, but Christine has always been there with a trampoline to bounce me straight back into the limelight. Vote UKIP – we need the money!

      Best regards,
      Neil & Christine

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  28. 61
    Rare visitor to BBC says:

    Further to earlier posts, why does iplayer now show programmes broadcast later than “Sunday Politics” which is still not available.
    Do they “fiddle” with the recording before putting it out on iPlayer?

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    The Right-On ‘Dave’ Cameron, PPE (that’s Piss-Poor at Everything) says:

    I was elected Leader of the Conservative Party.

    That means I represent their beliefs, hopes, and aspirations.

    Namely

    1. Full integration into the EUSSR
    2. Bumsex
    3. Redefinition of the Christian Concept and meaning of Marriage and its importance for normal family life
    4. The continuation of QUANGOs – in spite of what I said early 4 years ago
    5. The continuation of Funny Money – aided and abetted by the Bank of England
    6. The selective enrichment of a minority of the population by (a) #5 above and (b) tacit acceptance of outrageous pay-offs / bonuses / under-the-counter deals
    7. The continued weakening and evisceration of our Armed Forces
    8. However, in spite of #7 above, I am desperate to have my own war – one that I can call my own, and from which I will achieve Fame and Glory.
    There are other points but I must go to a photo-shoot in my Sunday clothes.

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  30. 68
    Roger"I'm so sexy it hurts" Helmer says:

    UKIP?? I’d rather shit on my grandmother.

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  31. 69
    A car in the Labour heartlands says:

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  32. 73
    Roger Helmer says:

    my self esteem has two levels:

    im a worthless piece of shit who deserves no love

    bow down before me bitches i am your King

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    • 84
      Europop says:

      Roger Helmer is my MEP and I am proud he doesn’t play pretend democracy in the EU parliament like the other morons.
      He treats the place with the contempt it deserves.
      I also don’t begrudge him or other UKIP MEP’s their pay.
      Better fucking value than the nodding donkey MEP’s the LIBLabCons put up.

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      • 93
        Swindlebuckler says:

        How can you support a man who sleeps when the grate Rompry is speaking.

        No other politician in the entire history of the liblabcon has ever nodded off in any meeting, parliament or while listening to a very important speech by the supreme leader Herman Von Rompoy; who I voted for.

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      • 122
        BeMerry says:

        I also don’t begrudge him or other UKIP MEP’s their pay.

        The voice of the moronic voter – all change on May 23rd (I think not) The EU gravy train will still be all stations to Swiss Bank Account Central.

        I wanna be an MEP and claim my £182,000 plus misc expenses.
        I thank you.

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        • 127
          Steve Right says:

          So if you don’t support our membership of the EU, you shouldn’t run for the elections and you should just stand back and allow the Europhiles, who represent a fraction of opinion in this country, to dominate our representation in Brussels? You lot don’t half talk some fucking bollocks.

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          • Tony Melody says:

            How about becoming an MEP, then all of UKIP withdrawing their support and attendance from Brussels. Cocking the whole process up. Just wont happen and you know it wont. Once UKIP (or others) are in, its then off to find a nice taxfree place to start a trust fund.

            UKIP and others, just want their Euro-Geld.

            We are swopping Masters – not ending our Slavery

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          • The at least 80% who dont vote UKIP says:

            Actually, we Europhiles represent a majority in this country, despite what you Kipper fucktards say.

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  33. 83
    A Toff says:

    How much is that Nubian in the window?

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  34. 99
    EUSSR-needs-U says:

    Vote UKIP.. vote Lib-Lab-Con, just please VOTE

    “Huge salaries and lavish expenses are allowing Members of the European Parliament to live like ‘latter-day Roman senators’, a report warned yesterday.”

    http://tinyurl.com/py5fopy

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    • 103
      Ukipper-mep-to-be says:

      I may just be able to save a few quid out of my £182K p.a
      Vote for me suckas

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    • 109
      Europop says:

      I watched the EU parliament on TV and thought it looked familiar.
      Like North Korean, Chinese,old soviet they also have parliaments stuffed full of representatives who have plenty of perks bugger all power and are only there to give the impression of democracy.

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    • 368
      a Kipper MEP says:

      It’s great – I get paid a fortune and I don’t need to vote, or explain my expenses, or do anything at all in fact. I just trouser the money.

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  35. 100
    Prime Minister"Money's no object" Cameron says:

    Hard Working People, you just pay your Tax, who do you think you are, Starbucks,Amazon, Vodafone….. PAYE is king… Plebs

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  36. 106
    Abu Qatada MI5 Operative says:

    Guilty: High-profile Muslim p*edophile “charity” chief who sexually abused three girls aged under 14 http://dailym.ai/1mKrFTO

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  37. 107
    Anonymous says:

    The trouble with third party campaigning is the money could come from anywhere? It’s all played out in the shadows and is not good in a healthy democracy.

    photo/1

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  38. 108
    Rare visitor to BBC says:

    Now viewed Sunday Politics on iPlayer.
    1. It is shocking to state that a Ukip office is above Max Clifford’s. The mere mention of such proximity provides an association which does not exist. Shame on you BBC
    2. After half an hour the original programme goes “local” , but iPLayer stays in London. Useless way of watching.

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    • 120
      Caroline Lucas says:

      Well worth the billions spent by the public on new TV’s and set top boxes and not forgetting the environmental damage caused as a result of people ditching perfectly good telly’s by the mountain load.

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    • 206
      Owen Jones says:

      It’s actually the Ukip Office toilet (a hole in the floor) that’s above Clifford’s office.

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  39. 114
    They're Frit says:

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    • 124
      Steve Right says:

      Is that not fair to point out? If someone was running as the Labourers’ Party, with a red tulip, would Labour not point that fact out to its voters?

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    • 372
      It's a massive anti-UkIp conspiracy says:

      It’s all a conspiracy. Because Kipper voters are too stupid to recognise who they should vote for.

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  40. 119
    Roger Helmer says:

    UKIP policy: basic income tax up from 20% to 31% and everyone pays the same on all income. So very rich get huge tax CUT down 45% to 31%

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    • 123
      Steve Right says:

      And the tax threshold would be raised so people on minimum wage would pay no tax at all. And national insurance would be treated as part of tax. So people at the bottom would be hugely helped, and just as importantly they’d be weaned off state dependency.

      But yes, the basic principle of a flat tax is if you earn £10,000 you pay £3,000 on it. If you earn £1,000,000 you pay £300,000. Somehow the left see that as unfair.

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  41. 125
    Europop says:

    I love europe, especially eurovision, and am all for MEPs and cameronesque bumsex with any gender.

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    • 128
      Steve Right says:

      If I want to watch gay propaganda, I’ll watch La Cage Aux Folles. At least that’s funny.

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    • 135
      Europop says:

      Ukipper-MEP-to be:
      You can have the Europop moniker I’ve finished with it for today.

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    • 140
      Douglas Alexander says:

      In EU solidarity I have decided to have my pubes transplanted to my face.

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  42. 130
    Nigel Farage says:

    Roger Helmer is like an Excocet Missile, David Cameron knows he is coming and can do bugger all about it.

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  43. 138
    Anonymous says:

    photo/1

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    • 205
      Mornington Crescent says:

      …and if we scrapped subsidies to spastic solar energy and windfarms, fuel bills would be £224 cheaper.

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  44. 143
    Nigel Farage says:

    If the Butterfly Effect is a real phenomenon then Iain Duncan Smith who just farted beside me has doomed the world.

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  45. 144
    Prime Minister"Money's no object" Cameron says:

    The Tories have just lost the 2015 General Election,because interest rates will rise before the GE!!!!!!!!

    Now 1/2 from 4/6 for B o E interest rate to be raised before General Election with Hills. 6/4 not.

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    • 147
      Grant Shapps says:

      I think I need a cup of tea.

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    • 156
      C O (Ξ7s1) says:

      The coalition are squandering the time now to repair the economy whilst the B.o.E rates are in their favour because both parties know they will not win next year.

      They are also hampered somewhat by EU rules.

      The moves to allow the tax authorities direct access to bank accounts reflects a desperate move to ensure books can be balanced once the interest rate picture changes – consider the national equivalent of looking down the back of your neighbours sofa.

      This doesn’t vindicate Labour – who are responsible for initiating the situation that the economy is in now, but the Cameron government has really been asleep at the wheel in terms of fixing the problems.

      There is much economic hardship ahead which will likely hit before the year end.

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      • 169
        Ockham's Razor says:

        See cars in post just below. Nothing we have will be ours.

        But if you are a politician now, the only way to think is to control. They don’t have another mode.

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        • 178
          C O (Ξ7s1) says:

          Those devices are easy to disable – the problem is and this is what is being distracted from – what changes to law and policy terms regarding insurance.

          Keeping vehicle speeds down is one part, connected with reducing oil consumption, but making it easier for insurers to reduce claims is the other.

          This should work in UKIPs favour – the solution in the short term – do not buy a new European model car.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Exactly. The UK road insurance industry acts completely differently to those on the continent. I do pick up the occasional speeding fine but face no prospect of endorsement – unless a very serious accident is involved. In the UK, the points for doing 33mph in a 30mph zone automatically sets the totting up process going even if it is when no one is about and there was no additional risk. It is wholly quantitative whilst error of a qualitative nature gets away Scot free. We kid ourselves that we have safe roads as a result of this boneheaded thinking. Chief constables go on the TV and say speed kills. It does not. Misjudgments kill. These may involve speed but equally so may not.

            There will be another area of concern. Residency. Suppose your vehicle is seen to be in another country for more than 90 days? Then your residency status may be called into question. Directive 2004/38/EC on the right to move and reside freely often conflicts with residency requirements of member states. It is an unholy mess. Normally EU law prevails but it does not stop awkward moments arising if they use this as a spying tool as seems a racing certainty.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Exactly. The UK road !nsurance !ndustry acts completely d!fferently to those on the cont!nent. ! do p!ck up the occas!onal speed!ng f!ne but face no prospect of endorsement – unless a very ser!ous acc!dent !s !nvolved. !n the UK, the po!nts for do!ng 33mph !n a 30mph zone automat!cally sets the tott!ng up process go!ng even !f !t !s when no one !s about and there was no add!t!onal r!sk. !t !s wholly quant!tat!ve wh!lst error of a qual!tat!ve nature gets away Scot free. We k!d ourselves that we have safe roads as a result of th!s boneheaded th!nk!ng. Ch!ef constables go on the TV and say speed k!lls. !t does not. M!sjudgments k!ll. These may !nvolve speed but equally so may not.

            There w!ll be another area of concern. Res!dency. Suppose your veh!cle !s seen to be !n another country for more than 90 days? Then your res!dency status may be called !nto quest!on. D!rect!ve 2004/38/EC on the r!ght to move and res!de freely often confl!cts w!th res!dency requ!rements of member states. !t !s an unholy mess. Normally EU law preva!ls but !t does not stop awkward moments ar!s!ng !f they use th!s as a spy!ng tool as seems a rac!ng certa!nty.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

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          • C O (Ξ7s1) says:

            Sounds like the UK system has moved in the same direction as that which exists in the US regarding the sticky insurance premium penalties for driving infractions.

            That should be advertised much more widely as it does help keep folk within the law, but if it is relatively new I get your point.

            To your point below on cost of – that is a result of the high level of duty which is applied. The only reason for that is to keep consumption down. This is now becoming oppressive due to increases in the actual cost of fuel – the decision to close refineries in the UK will only have the effect of increasing the cost that the UK sees over the medium term for final products such as petroleum etc.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            I take the, admittedly unfashionable, view that the only spe’ed to dr!ve in order to ensure no accidents is zero mph. Or its equivalent in metric, zero kmh. (No charge for the conversion! :-) )

            Technology has favoured quantitative entrapment methods. So people concentrate on that as an ideal.

            A few seconds reflection will show that this cannot be the case.

            It is the qualitative aspects of dr!ving that one witnesses the most. Inattention, distraction, showing off, dr’unkenness, cutting corners, jumping lights, turning without indication, turning to the right to turn left and vice versa. They maybe accompanied by inappropriate spe’ed but that again comes down to lack of judgement . No arbitrary limit will ever ensure no accidents.

            Every journey should be made as if it were the first. Anyone who says they are a good dr!ver is heading for a fall. Complacency is the biggest danger. Unfortunately many people in authority do not possess the wit to see that, let alone understand it.

            Mike Hawthorne was a good dr!ver, one of the best, until he wrote himself off on the Guildford bypass in 1959…

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        • 180
          C O (Ξ7s1) says:

          More important – why are new cars in UK still so much more expensive than equivalents in Europe – even when manufactured here.

          The UK regard for cars as luxury items is really retarded :-)

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            It has been the case for as long as I have been dr!ving!

            You can ask the same for fuel pr!ces. One of the disadvantages in being an island. That fact has saved us from threat in the past but now it fails on so many counts.

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          • south of the M4 says:

            The market will charge what the market is prepared to pay. Stop buying the over-priced Beemers and Mercs and buy Hyundai and Kia for example. Nothing like a bit of starvation to re-balance prices. Britain is known as Treasure Island for a reason.

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          • C O (Ξ7s1) says:

            Agreed: Beemers and Mercs are at least well engineered.

            Hyundai is cheap K’orean shit.

            K’ia’s are better known as ‘killed in action’ elsewhere in the world, and for very good reason.

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          • Car Data says:

            That must be why Kias have 7 year warranties while the kraut cars have only 3.

            Also check any statistice like JD Power and find the Germans in the lower half of the reliability reports.

            No wonder Brits pay through the nose for crappy ‘prestige’ cars with more image than reality. We really are a load of thich snobs.

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          • C O (Ξ7s1) says:

            Just had a look around, and it seems my bias is out of date.

            Kia I found in the US years back, and they were awful back then.

            Compilation of reliable cars:

            http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/best-cars/64280/most-reliable-cars

            There are two Kia’s in the top 10.

            Their 7 year warranty’s may be costing them $ if they are still only seeing 81% reliability in the 4 to 8 year age range:

            h**p://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/cars/article-2186477/Top-reliable-reliable-cars.html

            CarMD in the US have ranked Hyundai as being top of their health index in 2013:

            h**p://www.autoblog.com/2013/12/06/hyundai-tops-toyota-car-reliability-carmd-vehicle-health-index/

            Last tried Hyundai a few years back, not to my taste. If the European models are as cheap to run then could be a good choice.

            G’erman manufacturers seem to be having big problems with engine reliability:

            h**p://www.telegraph.co.uk/motoring/news/9815860/German-cars-lose-out-in-reliability-survey.html

            Except M’ercedes which is #3 most reliable after H’onda and and T’oyota.

            Best bang for buck, which has been case for a number of years, is H’onda. Not great for long distance, but for UK driving is fine. They are pretty much indestructible, so long as you do not drive them into a wall.

            Three year warranty periods on new cars are the norm: Reliability cannot be implied from that. For example, H’onda offer three year warranty’s but outstrip all other manufacturers on reliability with 87% in the 4 to 8 year age range, and are functionally virtually indestructible in any case if they survive the first three years (93% do).

            Kia / Hyundai are competing with other A’sian manufacturers (and the market in general) on warranty terms. Whilst good, with implication that they believe their products are worthy of the warranty, it does imply that they are exploiting this marketing gimmick because they cannot compete in their price bracket with other manufacturers on features.

            To your point on snobbery: Agreed, and unfortunately Land Rover makes the case.

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  46. 145
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Questions for Wee Dougie and the labour arsewipes.
    1). As you are experts on energy prices. What is the cost per Kwh that we should be paying for gas and electric.
    2). How much revenue has been collected by HMRC from your so called “bedroom tax”.
    3). What % vat is applied to food.

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  47. 149
    non taxable pikey says:

    Camoron climbed on the “Nigerian Girls” bandwagon this morning with his little sign. “Bring back our girls”, has he left her down the pub again?
    Meanwhile in the UK over 100 thousand children go missing each year, of these most are found quickly, however, many never are.

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  48. 158
    Ockham's Razor says:

    You will now have to pay £100 extra to have a spy in your car:
    http://dailym.ai/1mKDrgO

    The EU says so and no one can stop them. But they can stop your car if it doesn’t have one!

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    • 163
      Pookie Snackumberger says:

      “Designed to help emergency services find vehicles in the event of crash”

      They take us for fcuking idiots and then charge us for it.

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      • 194
        C.O.Jones says:

        So it has gps and distance/time=speed. So it will know your location and your average speed over two time points. Unless of course it is only activated by an airbag.

        What are the chances of that happening?

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        • 209
          Ockham's Razor says:

          It will report 24/4 AND report an incident when an airbag is tripped.

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        • 211
          jgm2 says:

          It’s like ID cards. They tried to introduce them for ‘access to essential services’, feeding on the public’s concern that 2 million third-world economic migrants shouldn’t be entitled to any free stuff at all. But of course we all knew they’d eventually be compulsory and that you’d have to produce them to every government flunky on a whim.

          Same with this fucking nonsense. How many accidents are there in the EU every year where somebody is found lying around days later in a smashed up c*ar. Dead because nobody even knew there’d been an accident? Well, a few for sure but what is the cost of putting this device in your c*ar?

          And more to the point – how fucking stupid would you need to be to not see where this is leading?

          Isn’t it in the film ‘Brazil’ where the c*ars can be stopped automatically by the police?

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          • C O (Ξ7s1) says:

            No – not ‘B’razil’ – G’illiam didn’t include that in his dystopia.

            Stopping cars / direct government surveillance and control of cars remotely has featured in:

            Idiocracy (Surveillance / disabling)
            Minority Report (Surveillance / disabling)
            Demolition Man (Surveillance / disabling)
            Fifth Element (Surveillance – on the spot fines issued)

            Curiously the idea did not feature in the Matrix, and is not that common in the dystopian genre.

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    • 203
      Ever hopeful says:

      So all those EU billions spent on those satellites what are they called ? , Galileo?, they finally got them working, big brother will defiantly be watching us, because they don’t trust us, I wonder why.

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      • 230
        south of the M4 says:

        And if you exceed some arbitrary CO2 emission quota in a given year then they will disable your car to ensure you cannot do any more “.. harm to the planet..”

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    • 236
      Anonymous says:

      Time to get my boys own electronics kit out and make a switchable Fkit circuit. Should sell well. Alternatively, a pin pushed through the antenna coax so that it shorts things out would be an even cheaper option.

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      • 244
        Ockham's Razor says:

        MOT problem if spotted.

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      • 379
        Speed freak says:

        Simple solution – nobody throughout Europe buys a new car for 18 months or so (including company cars) – then watch the car makers blow a fuse when nothing they make is selling. EU lunacy has to be defeated on an industrial scale and this might be a good place to start. Most of us can do without a new car for a few months.

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  49. 159
    Prime Minister says:

    Mug me once, more fool you, mug me twice . . . .

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  50. 161
    Archbishop Welby says:

    Gawd bless you Davey; you’re a gent and no mistake. Ave Maria et lux perpetua shine upon you.

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  51. 176
    Anonymous says:

    Cameron still advocating the free movement of people within the eu proving once again that his propaganda proposals for a renegotiation of our terms are nothing but lies to try to keep him in no10.s

    in any case no where had cameron said he would take us out of europe if the uk voted no. He will say and no anything just to keep himself in no 10.

    vote ukip as i have already done.

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    • 215
      Ever hopeful says:

      Camoron is a liar, he swerved on questions that Marr asked him, he’s a Europhile and we hare finished if he stays in power, what a horrible choice the people of this country have Ed Milliboy and gang of half wits or Dave Camoron and his gang of even more half wits plus his LibCrap sh1ts , we are all in it together, no you lot are and against the people of this country.

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    • 373
      A Brit living in Spain says:

      I know; it’s outrageous.

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  52. 177
    Ockham's Razor says:

    Vote UKIP get UKIP

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    • 189
      euromonika says:

      And lets get another (replacement) MEP for a mere £180K P.A + expenses
      when the whole thing should be scrapped.

      Boycott the EU not continue feeding it.

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      • 218
        Ockham's Razor says:

        OK What’s your better plan, then?

        If you don’t use the democratic process, you are left with revolution and bloodshed. Is that what you want?

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        • 225
          Vlad Putin says:

          Works for me.

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        • 240
          fedup says:

          Not a bad idea – at least it get things a movin’

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        • 246
          Illusionist says:

          If you don’t use the democratic process…
          When did we have a proper Democracy in the UK?
          If you had a REAL political party that was ANY threat
          to the Status Quo – it would be infiltrated by MI5, then
          de-railed to prevent further ‘non-aligned-thinking’.

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    • 374
      A Brit living in Spain says:

      Vote UkIp get more troughing, useless, spineless MEPs.

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  53. 184
    * no like says:

    Gove is determined to rail road his free schools idea through no matter how much it costs. & now up steps our glorious leader backing him to the hilt. I wonder if G4S will be supplying teachers to the schools shortly?. £400 million!, to be thrown at a failing idea. Meanwhile back on earth, the plebs are still suffering the worst standards of living since the darkest days of ww2. “we are all in this together”. George Osborne

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  54. 199
    Conchita Wurst says:

    Marr#GotHisBallsBack

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  55. 212
    Ockham's Razor says:

    Co-operative Group plans to kick former banking subsidiary out of all of its supermarkets

    Popcorn time!

    http://tinyurl.com/k58furp

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    • 217
      Ever hopeful says:

      Lets know when they kick all their CO-OP MPs out and let them fend for themselves, they are a business or a political party or just hypocrites.

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    • 239
      C O (Ξ7s1) says:

      The £700m deficit on the shared pension scheme is perhaps much more important news.

      Plugging that hole is not going to be easy and represents the most damning aspect of the groups saga. That is nearly double the hole that M’axwell left behind, and we all know what happened to those who were paying in to that scheme.

      Lesson learned: Business models based on political dogma rather than market reality do not remain profitable, particularly if Labour politicians are involved with the finances.

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      • 274
        Ockham's Razor says:

        It is no more than what one expects from them.

        At least the pigeons are coming to roost mostly upon their own. High time too.

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  56. 214
    Anonymous says:

    vote cameron, get cameron and clegg

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  57. 220
    Roger Helmer says:

    Heartbreak in Liverpool this evening. Wonderful :)

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    • 248
      Forget Heysel, Remember Hillsborough says:

      Us Scousers, we’re victims, again, like. If you don’t like us wallowing in victimhood, us, like, then do one, quick, like. Where’s the compo, like, now, like?

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    • 256
      A cheeky scouser says:

      Why dont you go and get pissed on your EU expense account you fat cnut.

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  58. 223
    Pookie Snackumberger says:

    Vote Lib Lab or Con

    get EUSSR in Brussels government.

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  59. 224
    Owen Jones says:

    And now to watch the homo-eroticism that is football teams celebrating.

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  60. 228
    Ockham's Razor says:

    Wee Dougie says to Scots “trust me”.

    Now there’s a dilemma!

    http://tinyurl.com/lpkoyy6

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    • 241
      The answer is blowing in the wind says:

      If we in Scotland are so better off being governed from Westminster then why are all the Westminster parties offering us sweeteners to stay in the Union?

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      • 257
        Ockham's Razor says:

        Have you ever known a politician to act sensibly in recent times?

        Why don’t you go and cut a deal with Vlado? He sends his fleet up your forths all the time. Why not go the whole hog and invite him ashore?

        Good luck to you and it will be nice to see independence for the Islands from you too. They don’t like the central belt at all – I know!

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        • 267
          Rob Roy says:

          Yes, sounds good to me.

          We will just ask those French Socialists to deliver that new warship to the Firth of Forth after you English have moved out of that Naval base.

          Scotland will be a non nuclear independent state with economic trade and security agreements with the Baltic region.

          An independent Scotland must ne allowed to make its own decisions withouy any iterference from England even if theydont like what we are doing.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Who are you going to get to mint all those groats which you’ll need to pay the bennies to all those who used to be employed in the insurance and banking industries in Edinburgh and Perth? They will need jobs in the New Utopia.

            To be fair, you may not need visas to visit the EU.

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      • 321
        Will ye know fuck off again. says:

        Many of us down here are hoping you will piss off for good and leave us to get on with life without your endless moaning and a mitherin.

        After 2000+ years of anglophobia we’ve had enough.

        Like

        • 347
          Cornish pasty says:

          I can’t wait for an independent Scotland-I’ll even give up my
          weekends to help rebuild Hadrians Wall.
          I’ll look forward to my taxes being spent on the deserving folk
          of England,Wales and Northern Ireland while you can fund your
          own benefits,health service,defence,roads,schools,BBC,universities,
          EU,symphony orchestra etc etc.
          Roll on September 18.

          Like

  61. 249
    Jimmy Carr says:

    Has Cameron condemned Gary Barlow’s tax evasion yet?

    Like

  62. 252
    RustyVanMickleheimer III says:

    Its america that controls the E.U

    Like

    • 260
      Handley page says:

      Vandalism implies wanton and mindless destruction. This is carefully
      orchestrated. It’s a smash and grab raid; when the coalition’s intent to sell off Forestry Commission land was first aired. Land for reclamation, or land grab for their mates at rock bottom prices.

      When the RAF’s duty as the ASR (air sea rescue) service was sold to Bristows as a ‘going concern’ and the Blood Transfusion service was sold to another American conglomerate I realised the extent of their warped ideology and knew there were no depths they’d sink to

      Like

  63. 253
    Long John Silver' s parrot says:

    The BBC have now managed to sack someone for using the N word (or rather playing a record containing the N word ) whilst at the same time there is a bloke on my screen with a beard and a frock singing a daft song.

    Am I going mad?

    Like

    • 264
      BBC says:

      “Am I going mad”

      That’s our plan!

      Like

    • 275
      Anonymous says:

      BBC allowed young girls to be sexually abused for many years but sack a decent guy for playing an old song because it contains one word not acceptable to the politically correct. Where were the politically correct when the girls were raped and abused. Oh, they were probably the offenders.

      Like

    • 291
      The Codeword for 'N' is says:

      As we can’t say the word – not even on Guido – let’s do the next best thing –

      THE BLOODY DAM HAS BURST!

      Like

  64. 255
    Ken Doddster says:

    Time for my time, and BGT – bye

    Like

  65. 258
    George Nobsore says:

    The economy’s bouncing back and everyone’s throwing money in the air. Food banks are nonsense, and poverty doesn’t exist in the UK

    Like

    • 261
      to whom it may concern says:

      Why don’t you fucking go out with your iPhone 5S and film some of this ‘poverty’ then, I’m sure we’d all like to see the emaciated faces of the poor and the shoeless children roaming the fucking streets for dog shit to eat.

      Like

      • 272
        The European Directive of Fanny Freshness. says:

        Since a food bank opened in my town, the scratters that usually made do with quaffing ‘Diamond Ace’ in their front rooms are now in the pubs.

        Like

    • 269
      food banks make you fat, you daft twat says:

      You wouldn’t think that we have one of the highest rates of obesity on the globe, especially amongst the poor, would you?

      Like

      • 305
        grow a pair says:

        Food banks allow the feckless to waste their
        benefits on drugs and booze.

        Like

        • 308
          mamaloka says:

          Try telling that to thick lefties and out of touch Tory queens.

          Like

          • hardworking Brit says:

            Labour poster girl White Dee,a convicted thief, lives a life on
            benefits and still manages to drink champagne in sunny foreign
            climes.

            Like

  66. 271
    Ever hopeful says:

    Just watched Sunday Politics with Andrew Neill, wtf has being above the office of Max Cliffords office has to do with things, would they say the same thing if they had offices above Shell or Marks and Spencer, what nasty pieces work the BBC employ, I really think Andrew Neill lost it or has he given up like Paxo, I really think Farage put him straight, shame on you BBC, your discussions are biased and instead of giving him a right grilling on the EU vote and the local vote you had him going around about on everything but, you lose the people of the country lose information and most of all the EU and the LibLabCons lose, which as far as I’m concerned , I will vote UKIP.

    Like

  67. 276
    Entire Population of Liverpool says:

    It’s not fuckin’ fair, like.

    Like

  68. 278
    LibLabCon says:

    What is all this like this shit?
    Can you not see beyond Twitter?

    Like

  69. 279
    Ed Balls says:

    I wreck your car and I do not take responsibility for it.

    I can’t wait to crash the economy.

    Like

  70. 280
    LibLabCon says:

    I did not put a like this star and I don’t use twattter

    Like

  71. 281
    LibLabCon says:

    TWATS

    Like

  72. 284
    More Cheese Gromit says:

    Daily reminder that the Fuck off beaker campaign
    will never cease .

    Like

    • 288
      schools, housing, hospitals says:

      Er, nothing to do with a tidal wave of immigrants then?

      Like

      • 293
        non taxable pikey says:

        Free schools are started where people, churches or communities want them, not necessarily in the area of greatest need.

        Across the UK there are more primary school places this year (4.4 million) than there are primary-age children (4 million). But the problem is that the places aren’t necessarily where the children are.

        Because local authorities aren’t involved in setting up free schools they can’t plan or place them in areas where extra capacity is needed. But the free schools take away state money for education in the area that would otherwise be going to the local authorities.

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        • 298
          schools, housing, hospitals says:

          Look mate, I’m for a mixed education system, not some soviet style collective where we’re all assumed to be the same.

          Like

          • non taxable pikey says:

            But the problem is that the places aren’t necessarily where the children are.

            Like

          • schools, housing, hospitals says:

            My position is on a philosophical level, not a logistical one. That’s what we pay the government to sort out. And you’re not telling me that the influx of thousands of more kids from immigration hasn’t had some effect.

            Like

        • 360
          JH-2309123845902314 says:

          The problem is, the places are where there are parents with the wherewithal to make sure they are there.

          Overpopulated rotten boroughs where ‘schools’ are little more than day-care zoos for feckless parents to drop off their bastard shitlings are likely to experience shortages.

          Like

    • 292
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Yawn!, what’s in The Daily Dog,
      yet more cheese?.

      Like

  73. 294
    Anonymous says:

    Like

    • 303
      fight the fascists says:

      Every time UKIP posters are defaced or UKIP supporters are
      attacked it strengthens my resolve to vote for them.

      Like

      • 332
        Anonymous says:

        Vote for who you like. You’re either a xenophobe or don’t mind their company.

        Like

        • 346
          fight the fascists says:

          Sorry anon- the country has moved on from accusations
          that only racists or xenophobes support UKIP which were a
          blatant attempt to stifle legitimate debate.
          You know nothing about me,my family or background and I
          resent your assumptions.

          Like

          • Anonymous says:

            I’m not a politician so i don’t care. Ukip is full of xenophobes and people who turn a blind eye to it.

            Like

          • fight the fascists says:

            Wanting a points-based immigration system such
            as the one in Australia cannot possibly be described
            as xenophobia.

            Like

        • 366
          táxpáyér says:

          I’m sorry you’re an Oikophobe.

          Like

          • fight the fascists says:

            I’m a Brit who loves my country and wants to be governed
            by elected politicians in Westminster rather than unelected
            fascists in Brussels.

            Like

        • 382
          Socialist Mathermaiks, Innit says:

          yawn

          Like

        • 386
          JH-2309123845902314 says:

          Yawn. The magic incantations have lost their power. Get over it.

          Like

  74. 296
    Ah! 've just heard says:

    The BBC have banned their staff from mentioning NIGERIA, because it contains the word niger.

    Like

    • 302
      C.O.Jones says:

      But you do get white Niggars.

      Like

    • 307
      Ockham's Razor says:

      If you look on your atlas, you will see another country to the north if Nigeria.

      It is Niger, officially the Republic of Niger. It’s capital is Niamey and this is very close to Niger’s border with Burkina Faso.

      An inhospitable place with ample desert, it was misruled in the way that only that bastion of democracy, the French, were capable of doing.

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      • 328
        C O (Ξ7s1) says:

        The names of the countries derive from the N’iger river which runs through them.

        The name of that river was derived by E’uropeans from the T’uareg name for the section which runs close to T’imbuktu. No rac!sm implied despite the similarity to the Latin for black.

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        • 345
          Ockham's Razor says:

          Black people know they are black.

          I have a wonderful and very funny friend who tends to shout out of the window, “Shut up you black bastards!” when people are making a noise outside. She is one of a huge family of Susu and so completely black herself.

          The first time I heard her shout this, I had tears rolling down my face.

          All the problems of colour in the UK, we make for ourselves. The whites are mostly the worst about it.

          Mitochondrial woman probably lived in East Africa some 100,000 – 200,000 years ago. We are all descended from her. Where is the problem?

          Like

      • 363
        JH-2309123845902314 says:

        Yeah, Haiti has really improved since the French left.

        Like

      • 378
        jack ketch says:

        Way back when the BBC had no problem with THAT word.

        Like

  75. 301
    Not a beardie in a dress says:

    It seems the coalition is dead, as Pob wants, there is no reason why the Tories cannot limp along as a minority now and at least rid themselves of the cancerous cleg.

    To cast aspersions on the PM marriage is a new low by the dirty dems.

    Like

  76. 304
    Podiceps says:

    Can you imagine Andrew Marr telling Brown to shut up? Oh, the lèse-majesté of such an idea!

    Like

    • 316
      Wonderin about time says:

      He’d after wait until he’d cleaning Brown’s back teeth from the inside.

      Like

  77. 311
    enough is enough says:

    BBC Countryfile perpetuating the same totally discredited
    climate-change bollocks.
    Yet another reason to boycott paying the licence fee.

    Like

    • 318
      C.O.Jones says:

      That is what happens when the arts try to dominate the sciences, you get the idiots taking charge.
      Unfortunately there are too many genuine scientists who will sell their soul for a research grant and will find in a maze of selective data a scenario that supposedly proves the model that was required of them to gain that grant.
      Even at the most basic scientific level striking a match will change the environment. It has to, you have released energy and decomposed the wood content of the match over a much shorter period of time than had it decomposed naturally.

      The lunatics are taking over the asylum.

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      • 348
        how green was my valley says:

        BBC impartiality on controversial and unproven
        issues like climate change has been totally compromised
        because of multi-million pound funding from the EU.
        The BBC will never be able to broadcast an balanced report
        on such issues while sucking at the teat of a body that promotes
        discredited climate-change theories.

        Like

        • 381
          Socialist Mathermaiks, Innit says:

          The BBC is beyond repair now. I was in favour of scraping the licence fee and replacing it with a subscription-based service. Now I think the best thing to do is scrap the BBC entirely.

          At least it would be fun to hear all the wailing and gnashing of teeth of all the luvies.

          Like

  78. 319
    swivel eyed biggots says:

    Anthony Vander Elst @A_VanderElst
    What price media smears that #UKIP is a racist party? A few bad apples do not make an orchard – except to bigots.

    Obviously this rule applies to all political parties except the Tories

    Like

    • 340
      also says:

      It would be like declaring that everyone in the Lib Dems is a sick pervert
      because of Thorpe,Rennard Handcock and Cyril Smith.

      Like

  79. 322
    Double Dim Jim On The BBC says:

    Time to retire Marr! Tedious shite!

    Like

  80. 323
    LibLabCon says:

    76.4 % on LBC say UKIP .

    Like

    • 327
      C.O.Jones says:

      Somehow I feel the public are trying to get a message not only to our political elite but also to our media as well to stop talking crap and start on the truth. Not the truth as they perceive it in their ivory towers of privilege and political dogma but the truth as is on the ground.

      Like

      • 337
        President Cheery. B. Mahmood says:

        Clearly hated filled lefty trolls excepted blog participants are clearly independently minded. I have wondered about fashion because I have noticed that people all seem to be thinking the same thing at the same time, or liking the same type of music or wearing the same style of clothing. In my wondering I included the possibility that there might be a shared consciousness which was sort of floating about, not in the means of explaining as above sea level at some altitude but more in a yet to be discovered dimension which our shared consciousness automagically connects with without deliberate intervention.
        I have noticed these fashionable things and I have noticed things that are popular ( like a block buster movie ) also affect the reality of people’s thinking.
        so there is more to the story than ” truth” and “message” both influence the other, which you well know.

        Like

  81. 324
    Like this? says:

    Facebook is crap. It will soon go thecway of all teenage fads.

    Like

    • 335
      Me says:

      Anyone want to play with my Clackers?

      Like

      • 339
        President Cheery. Beefheart. Mahmood says:

        Two trains
        Two railroad tracks
        One goin’ ‘n the other one comin’ back
        There goes my baby on that ole train
        I say come back come back baby come back
        Click clack click clack
        There’s my baby wavin’ her handkerchief down
        My ears stand up when I hear that sound
        This time it sound like it’s for keeps
        Click clack click clack
        I get down on the ground
        With the gravel around
        I pray t’ the Lord
        That the train will stop
        Turn right around
        ‘N never stop till it drop my baby off
        Now I had this girl
        Threatened ‘n leave me all the time
        Maybe you had uh girl like that
        I-yuh all time cryin’
        Well I had this girl
        Threatened ‘n leave me all the time
        Threatenin’ t’ go down t’ N’Orleans-uh
        ‘N get herself lost ‘n found
        Maybe you had uh girl like this
        She’s always threatenin’ t’ go down t’ N’Orleans
        ‘N get herself lost ‘n found
        C’mon I’ll play it for yuh
        Lemme tell yuh ’bout it
        Lemme tell yuh ’bout it
        There were two railroad tracks
        Click clack click clack
        One ah them leavin’-uh
        ‘N the other one comin’ back
        I was two years from yuh baby
        You were goin’ way up the tracks
        The train was leavin’-uh
        I could see yuh wavin’ your handkerchief

        Like

  82. 325
    LibLabCon says:

    Cam Con Dick Clog and Milli where are you. fail UKIP rule .

    Like

  83. 329
    LibLabCon says:

    LBC LOOK AND LEARN. 76.4%. Dork Can’t remember his name James dickhead. Your choice, commercial or comedy?

    Like

    • 344
      helpful suggestion says:

      Do you mean James O’Brien?
      Posh boy hypocrite who loves the sound of his
      own voice rather than the views of his listeners.
      The weakest link at a decent radio station.

      Like

  84. 356
    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    The country is technically bankrupt, and the Coalition have only reduced the increase in the rate of public spending, not cut it, leading to a doubling of the national debt, and have increased direct taxes to the point where the law of diminishing returns kicks in

    Like

  85. 357
    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    The country is technically b@nkrupt, and the Coalition have only reduced the increase in the rate of public spending, not cut it, leading to a doubling of the national debt, and have increased direct taxes to the point where the law of diminishing returns kicks in

    Like

  86. 359
    Care In The Community says:

    The tories are doing a grand job, aren’t they?

    It’s ok, everyone, the economy is recovering. The wealth will trickle down and soon we will all be basking in the glory of the tory led UK powerhouse.

    Austerity is working.

    Like

  87. 362
    통일교회 says:

    통일교회

    Like


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