May 20th, 2014

Winston “Croydon is a Dump” McKenzie for Croydon Council

UKIP’s Croydon carnival this afternoon drew in the Lobby (after lunch), sketch writers, Michael Crick, steel drummers and assorted protesters. First the steel drummers stopped playing because they said they didn’t know it was a UKIP event. Then Nigel Farage decided not to come, citing “security reasons”. Finally, Winston McKenzie, UKIP spokesman and candidate for Croydon council, ended the day by sharing with the crowd his conclusion that Croydon is “unsafe and a dump”. Poor old Winston is getting a hard time from fairweather, disloyal splitters, so Guido thought he would give his old campaign video a plug:

If that isn’t enough to win your vote…


488 Comments

  1. 1
    Anonymous says:

    He’s not wrong though is he….

    Liked by 6 people

    • 2
      Anonymous says:

      Saying it’s a dump isn’t really fair is it.

      Much more accurate is to call it an enriched sh1thole.

      Liked by 5 people

      • 56
        STUPID FUCKING PEE-BRAINED BLOGGER says:

        The clue is in the name.

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        • 61
          Simon Coulter says:

          Sign up to WordToss and you can “like” your own comments.

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          • STUPID FUCKING PEE-BRAINED BLOGGER says:

            Fuck off, you tart.

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          • Ukip are responsible for every deadly volcanic event in the last 50 years Nick Clegg says:

            Croydon is a lovely super enriched, diverse cesspit.

            Liked by 1 person

          • *Like this says:

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          • rimmmer says:

            Many these days are saying since he took the m.ur.d.oc.h shill.ing that guido is pointless and you might as well read breitbart. There might be some truth. Check this out:

            http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/05/20/VIDEO-Romanian-Protesters-at-UKIP-Carnival-Admit-No-Links-to-Romania-at-All

            I am sure that up until recently this is the sort of thing guido would have been all over, exposing the hypocrisy and lies of an attempt by far-left activists to disrupt a peaceful political grouping.

            Instead what do we have? Lard-arse (and verrrry unfuckable) ToryBear on tv declaring he wants more immigration.

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          • The Growler says:

            Croydon is surely a throwup city that oozed from that cesspit called London, to all extents and purposes it could be regarded as part of Greater London. I don’t know the place, passed through it a few times on the train many years ago, never been back. Every town, city has it’s own troubled areas, I should think Croydon isn’t any different from any other overcrowded area in the country, trouble travels like a viral infection, the authorities do not attempt to control it until it has got out of control then they decide to act, too late.

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        • 79
          Dare says:

          Dare says:break the chair.
          it is a good dare.
          the seat of power is the guts:Queen’s Council. Question Time.
          when will cherie be questioned about Blair’s expenses?
          it is her human right.

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          • Blair's wooden leg says:

            In a gay relationship, mr B lair must miss his wooden leg.

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          • GluckenbErryFinn. says:

            OMFinn. wheels are turning sideways and the safe is opening.
            air knows all.
            cut it, who can account for where the breeder has been. lve under the horse. how many horsepower?
            who will rub chiili in the eyes. Nell is tired now. over to Gwen

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      • 58
        BJP, Be a Justice of the Peace. says:

        Gujrati Flamingo dancer says: chk out my .
        pissed.pist.peace.metrolitan police says:flesh.
        Angela Jolie says: want my babies?
        Titian is a lie. Tate says: and it s goodbye.

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      • 86
        Llareggub says:

        As an escapee of Croydon, I’d have to agree with Winston MacKenzie.

        Well, perhaps not “a dump” exactly. South Croydon is marvellous compared to Peckham (north Croydon less so). But it’s soulless and uninspired. Precious little heritage. All very functional and utilitarian. Lots of concrete.

        Even the bits that are intended to be decorative have a corporate feel to them, as though they were designed by people who do this for a living, following a remit and a computer program.

        I always think that, were a tourist to ask, “I’m in Croydon for two hours. What’s worth seeing,” you’d be very hard pressed to provide an answer.

        You know how, in some train stations, they erect signs to tell you what’s wonderful about the town? Go to Liverpool, and there’s probably a sign evoking the glories of football and the Beatles. Go to Stratford-upon-Avon, and there’s a sign telling you that this is Shakespeare’s birthplace.

        Go to East Croydon station, and there’s a sign that says, “Home of Nestle U.K..” Oh be still, my beating heart.

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        • 146
          CROYDON INNIT BRUV says:

          WOT U MEAN BLUD

          DERE IS SPORTS DIRECKT 4 YOUR FASHUN NEEDS N WE GOT JD SPORTS DAT IS MOR IXPENSEVE BUT U CAN NICK STUF

          WE GOT VUE SINNYMA WIV DA GODZILA AND DA SPIDDERMAN BUT NO FAST N FYUREUS DIS YEAR DO COZ DA STAR DIED N DAT IS SAD

          N DERE IS DA NITELIFE WIV MANY CLUBS U CAN GET STABBED IN 4 BEIN IN DA RONG GANG WILE LISNIN 2 BANGIN HIP HOP TUNES

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        • 296
          Nic Niewart says:

          News flash: Nestlé moved out some years ago. Moved to somewhere like the Reading corridor. Some insurance companies have said they will move out as they cannot attract good enough staff to this brutal corner. It is not a town of joy or beauty. Yet as a haven of shopping, it is what it is: a suburb that has as big a range of shops as you see in Oxford Street, yet you do not have to go uptown. You shop, and can even park your car. You can’t do that in Central London, unless you earn what Cameron gets. There is even a street fruit and veg market, been there since the Middle Ages. That’s about it.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Quite correct. One insurance company had the bright idea of moving some”back office” and “regional ” ie non london functions to Croydon.

            Didn’t go well.

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          • Fred the pensioner says:

            The place near which I grew up went to the dogs less than 2 weeks after Allders moved out. Not been there for about 20 years (as I do not own a stab vest).

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        • 485
          PARVUS says:

          Clutching at straws, it does have the best collection of Chinese porcelain outside of the British Musuem (The Riesco Collection in the Town Hall). That’s very pleasant and well worth a visit should you have the misfortune to be in Croydon – although I’m almost hesitant to mention it lest I alert some Croydonian to its existence and they trick to nick it. The Riesco Collection was donated to the Town by a local collector who had fond memories of the place back when it was in England.

          The Town Museum is quite quirky too – they’ve got ‘Bozo the caveman’ and a Bubble car!

          The town centre church, St Michael and all the Angels, is likewise worth a visit – yet it’s simultaneously depressing to see such beauty surrounded (and beseiged) by Mordor.

          And to consider – one possible derivation for the name Croydon’ comes from ‘Hill of the crocuses’…

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        • 486
          Mrs Havisham says:

          It has some excellent schools, ie Trinity and Whitgift, very good choice of housing in the southern parts. I agree the town centre is depressing.

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      • 310
        táxpáyér says:

        Immigration enriches the establishment (at your expense)

        They collect the increased rents and increased profits from lower wages.

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    • 3
      Ex Croydon Person says:

      No. It used not to be a dump. But it has suffered considerably enrichment, so now is one.

      Liked by 1 person

      • 63
        rimboooo says:

        Send this link to friends and family – I have found it works well at exploding the media driven narrative trying to koch ukip and call them racist.

        Liked by 1 person

        • 149
          Socialist Worker says:

          What’s wrong with the SWP? Those women were lying and they were asking for it anyway with their short skirts and their saying no when they meant yes.

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        • 176
          vile labour ruined my country says:

          Best part of vid is how the BBC are paying for people to go round impersonating ukip members to discredit them. Really quite extraordinary, why is this tolerated?

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          • White rabbit says:

            Amazing orchestrated campaign against UKIP. The perps are completely unconcerned by their brazen actions. Sinister and fascist.
            Will Democracy work..or fail on Thursday.

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      • 214
        Nonbeliever says:

        When I was growing up in the sixties, Croydon had the distinction of having the highest illegitimate birth rate in the country.

        Has anything changed?

        Maybe us Swinging Sixties generation really are to blame for all the ills of the country – after all, we’re now the pensioners draining all the money from the current generation – even though we’ve actually paid in!!!

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    • 18
      Lord Stansted says:

      Same old thing. UKIP candidate tells the truth and Guido jumps on him. UKIP is not like other political parties – they tell it as it is. I’ve had enough of this site, I’m off – Bye.

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      • 31
        Croydon is a dump, but try Bradford!!! says:

        +1

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      • 42
        glass seagull act says:

        does damian mcbride have a memory?

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      • 67
        Why doesn't Guido sack the fat one and put Alex in his place? says:

        Seems it is Guido2 who is the problem.

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      • 155
        CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

        Fuckinell! Modded ! This site is shit and modded more than CIF. You’ve really gone to the dogs, Fawkes. It’s Breitbart-UK for me in future. Guido is going the way of MySpace.

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        • 164
          Ockham's Razor says:

          Come back here Friday for the party!

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          • MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK SON OF COD AND CODFATHER OF SOLE says:

            Mornin Sir ! Sombrero time is upon us over here
            Here’s hoping for a huge UKIP party tomorrow night

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          • Chef's kitchen maid says:

            My local supermarket just ran out of popcorn!

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        • 173
          The British media are cunts says:

          Fawkes just uses this site now as a revenue raising tool.

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        • 180
          Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

          Calm down dear, use the blog to your advantage, G is a pain in the neck but he’s still what he’s always been , a bloody wind-up merchant and stirrer.

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        • 244
          The British media are cunts says:

          Myspace. Something else fucked by Murdoch.

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        • 343
          Trigger says:

          >modded more than CIF

          Not just me then!

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        • 345
          Jenny Talwaught says:

          Email Guido for a refund on the way out!

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        • 437
          Taxfodder says:

          Tory Bear calls the shots these days, you must have spotted his work, tone style and subject is your friend.

          Guido is out of it bedazzled by Murdoch silver and the promise of the job Editor of the Londonderry Times or the like at some future point…nudge nudge

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      • 197
        GDS says:

        Don’t let the door smack your arse on the way out numpty

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      • 356
        Trev says:

        How terribly sad for all you bigots that Guido knows full well what a tosspot Farage has become with his racist homophobic dog whistling and his expenses fiddling.
        Your abilities to rationalise this extremist gobshite’s ravings knows no bounds.

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        • 457
          Tel E. Caster says:

          Couldn’t you have squeezed a few more ad hominems in there?
          Well, it beats actually engaging in debate doesn’t it?

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      • 406
        Everyone says:

        Thank f*ck for that.

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      • 440
        Bob c untface Crow says:

        Yep,UKIP speak the truth but its been so long since these widely held views have been spoken on the media that the liberal pricks are in a state of shock. Immigation fine uncontrolled not fine what the fuck is wrong with that.

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    • 20
      bog standard bog...bsb tv? says:

      don’t get in line, do it online at paradise-paradise.com, paradise road, paradise island. stags upthehill. Fletcher!
      rsvp:
      Doreem@barryisland.
      Doreen will make a good wife. west middx hosp, park royal.

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    • 26
      How dare UKIP insult dumps. says:

      Croydon is like any other third world country.

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    • 28
      Cathy Newmamamam says:

      Winston MCKenzie is a RACIST. Why won’t he modernise?

      He has the same HOMOPHOBIC position on the glorious equal marriage as the hideously half-white President Obama had.

      Coming up next on #C4News – we have found a man who once voted for UKIP 10 years ago who thinks that mass immigration hasn’t been a universally good thing. RACIST. Why won’t Farage act? We will invite in various Labour MPs to criticise him and the god awful peasants who dare to support UKIP

      RACIST

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    • 156
      Anonymous says:

      I’d vote for him.

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    • 194
      This thread says:

      This thread shows clearly the class hatred by ukippers and why you will never achieve anything.

      You are a farce. Your class hatred shines through. Croydon is a fine place and your demise will be celebrated

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      • 199
        Ockham's Razor says:

        Where do you recommend visiting there?

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        • 206
          Crystal Palace is Croydon's only hope says:

          Get in to Selhurst Park, watch the mighty ‘Eagles’ and then get the fuck out of there………….FAST.

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          • chair broken says:

            fucker, I have already given my fine crystal from fucking harrods away. fucker. I will break some more, fuck how twisted can it get.
            is twister needs.
            strongbow. middle of the forehead. now automate that harpoon and sas destroy THAT mirror.

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        • 212
          White rabbit says:

          194. I’m interested in your answer as well.

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          • chair broken says:

            10 poeces.
            use the heavy omletter fryingpan.
            breaks opening up the coffin. it is wood.
            now cook THAT.
            burnson BURN.

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          • how gross, but the net curtain has to go says:

            bulk drink. piss in the pan. boil. pour it on cameron’s arse.

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      • 263
        advisory note... no brick was broken. says:

        hands dirtied says soiled.
        crystal broken.
        beats psychically drinking the blood of dr dre anytime.

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        • 277
          Driller. man says:

          devil is 40DD.
          break the temple. break the temple .

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          • lobotomise, fracturise. take my body. it is goodbye to the body. air it. says:

            only way out for the grannie is to go the way of labia major.

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        • 370
          it's Fatures fault. says:

          mr milli does not know how huch does it cost to open and close the shop every week. someone should shop him. shop him. shop him.
          missing on says. the falcon ride in colorado says when in florida, break open the skull.
          .
          on no.
          no one knows where to draw the line, _____________ so there.

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          • Fiesta Man says:

            Ewwww.
            Ew says: selfish.
            selfie says, wanker.
            wank says: prove it.
            David Niven just blurted out David Brandt’s Brand New Brandt report via some Bredrith.
            .
            we are what we sleep on. a bed of roses or ipad’s? logic says, nail that ipad on the wall. Hell says makes a wall made of used ipad,s.
            Windows are ppl too, sonsays Oamela Bourdes.

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    • 247
      get me the axe min. says:

      who wants to join me: destroy all knowledge. destroy all trees. get the axe out. b&q open?

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  2. 4
    Viting UKIP says:

    Well done Winston. Bang on the money.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. 5
    Reeves Corner says:

    Re. Croydon, always remember August 2011: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-14676291

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    • 48
      Croydon today, headlines says:

      Jury retires in trial of youth accused of murdering Croydon teenager Fico Dougan

      ‘You have lied to an awful lot of people,’ Judge tells Croydon conwoman jailed for £230k frauds

      12-20 nightclub has licence revoked following troubles at Tim Westwood DJ set

      Man caught by have-a-go heroes admits trying to rob bank

      Fraudster Neelam Desai to be sentenced this morning

      Murder accused ‘can’t remember stabbing teen Fico Dougan’

      For these and other stories http://www.croydonadvertiser.co.uk/crime

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    • 88
      thostids says:

      Oh. That Croydon. The one that survived Hitler and Goerring but succumbed to native action.

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    • 181
      Wellesley Road says:

      I blame the Home Office.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. 6
    Poor Tom says:

    Kippers stand by for a last minute shit storm tomorrow……they’ll be panicking ..Cleggy, Piss Poor Dave and The Mong.

    Liked by 1 person

    • 14
      BBC Red Bottom says:

      We have the Farage secret Polish love child story ready to go.
      +
      10am – Government monitors voting slips and records any kippers as racists
      11am – Voting UKIP causes house price crash
      World at One – UKIP plans for mass book burning of non-Aryan literature
      3pm – Exit polls point to big win for Milli so don’t bother going down there.
      5pm – UK to be reclassified by EU as a third world country if UKIP win
      7pm – RACISTS!!! racists!! you’RE ALL bloody racists!!!!
      10PM – Funeral music. Black ties. The worst has happened- UK has gone mad!
      10.30pm Newsnight – Paxman asks why UKIP winning wasn’t really a very good result for Farage’s party?

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      • 46
        jimmy the fish says:

        All quite plausible. I am still surprised they haven’t roped in President Omaha to say Ukip is racialist, I wonder if there will be a video along those lines released tomorrow morning. Or a big group of economists and bankers etc warning of doom.

        I think twats like Dan Hodges have now devalued the word racist to the point where it no longer bothers people and that smear has seen ukip gain something like 5 to 10% of the vote in recent weeks, perhaps never again will smearing opponents as racist be assumed to work.

        So maybe other things like economics might be the way.

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      • 312
        táxpáyér says:

        > UKIP winning wasn’t really a very good result for Farage’s party?

        Saw in the overpriced metro that UKIP were having a “terrible week”. Since they’re still #1 in the polls, I wonder what a good week would look like?

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    • 38
      jimmy the fish says:

      I think we all know there will be a big concerted smear in the coming final hours. Expect Guido, Hodges, Cathy Newman, BBC, the Times, MailOnline and of course the telegraph to have saved up some ridiculous smear – I am expecting something trying to link Ukip to the far-left B&P, perhaps a heavily edited video showing someone senior with a forbidden opinion.

      The smears of recent weeks have been quite well organised and have even included blogs like this one sadly. I think it has galvanised much support for Ukip but may work by stopping some left-leaning Tories for example from switching.

      I think the establishment will work together with one final big smear maybe tomorrow morning. Will be fascinating to see.

      As Winston says, it’s now or never.

      Go on Nigel!

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      • 209
        Mornington Crescent says:

        Hear, hear.

        They may try something more subtle, such as an attack on Pa’ul Nuttall.

        I get the feeling that those who are going to vote at all have seen through this smear campaign. Sure, there are huge numbers of gullible cretins who take the MSM at face value – but they’re too fucking ignorant and lazy to vote anyway: “ooh, I don’t unnerstand politix, itz not my fing…”

        Keep calm – and vote UKIP.

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    • 70
      Anonymous says:

      No sooner is Dan Hodges posting his blog in the Telegraph than Guido posts a similarly snarky UKIP one here.

      How close are you and Hodges because you seem to like doing his dirty work.

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      • 108
        rimboooo says:

        You’re right, the concerted work between this blog and Hodges is quite blatant.

        Many though are saying this isn’t Guido but the odious ToryBear – the fat one who is always turning in tv interviews about how he wants even MORE immigration. So who knows what the internal politics are. I’m still prepared to cut Guido some slack if he would apologise and redouble his efforts on exposing all political parties etc.

        It strikes me we’re at an important junction. Is it really to be said now that not wanting potentially millions of romanians to invade Britain makes someone a racist? (that’s the dan hodges explicit position and the guido implied one) And that someone therefore can’t be elected.

        I say this island belongs to the British and it is for us to democratically say who can live here. That’s the best reason to vote for Nigel, to support that freedom and democracy.

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        • 122
          Lynton says:

          I’m the master coordinator, don’t you forget it. Dave, Ed and that other fellow have all agreed this.

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        • 172
          Bob Rusk says:

          ‘Even more immigration’, how much more do we fucking need? Is about 10 mill over the last few years not enough? Jesus, ever time I go to Manchester, every other person looks like they’re from fucking Albania.

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          • ToryBear says:

            You’re damaging the right-wing case by saying that.

            We need at least 15million more over the coming decade. Anything less is racist.

            Now, where’s that kfc bucket?

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          • Mornington Crescent says:

            …and one of those cheap Peter Christian suits from the Telegraph.

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          • Anonymous says:

            What does someone from fucking Albania look like?

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        • 280
          Anonymous says:

          Hodges has a visceral hatred of Ed as well as the “racist” UKIP. It wouldn’t surprise me in the least that Smokey and the Bandit collaborate.

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      • 204
        GDS says:

        Don’t let the door smack your arse on the way out numpty

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        • 225
          Saki says:

          Cheer up cock. There will still be a few dozen readers a week here after the elections are over to bring in the advertising revenue. And, of course, Murdoch will still think of the Guido brand as important. Loyal man Murdoch. Ask anyone at NoW.

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  5. 7
    Bill Quango MP says:

    Having worked in Croydon for years I can tell you there are some good points.

    1. Its convenient for Bromley.
    2. Its not Swanley
    3. well… 1+2 will have to do.

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    • 54
      Ockham's Razor says:

      It has no recognisable centre but is bisected by an underpass. Every street is a wind tunnel so you can go there looking neat but arrive looking as if you have been pulled through a hedge backwards. The taller buildings are built in a brutalist style, they are hostile to human beings and it is often difficult to see how you can enter a building. There is not one place which a self-respecting person with reasonable means would want to live in. The beer is like gnats piss.

      I have not been there now for around a decade. So it has had a reasonable chance to get worse.

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      • 68
        Bill Quango MP says:

        I haven’t been for 5 years or so.
        So it might have miraculously become a centre for excellence instead of the centre of excrement that it always was.

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      • 97
        Llareggub says:

        And there’s a cronic shortage of pubs! Between Addington village and Selsdon, a distance of about three miles, and housing about ten thousand people, there was The Cricketers in Addington, the Forestdale Arms, and The Stag. And that was it.

        None of them were particularly great, but why did they need to be? It’s not as if the locals could take their business elsewhere.

        Driving through there a coule of months ago, I noticed The Stag had been demolished, a Wetherspoons constructed in its place. Because Croydon wasn’t generic enough already.

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        • 112
          Ockham's Razor says:

          Mind you, Llanishen is a bit of a dump, isn’t it? Don’t think there is a decent pub there now. Again, have not been for a while. Improves towards the Beacons. ;-)

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          • táxpáyér says:

            I think Llanishen’s nice. Some nice parks. Leisure centre’s good, with a handy retail park nearby, only problem is the estate with the concentration of shirking classes.

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          • JH453453255er says:

            Unfair. They never shirk from causing trouble.

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        • 271
          mine's a pint says:

          There used to be a reasonable pub called The Cricketers in Addiscombe,
          where there was a pub quiz throughout the 80’s.Usually won by the Pathetic Sharks.

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      • 368
        Cost-of-Labour-crisis says:

        It’s also where the Department of IMMIGRATION is; in LUNAR House. The OFFICERS, the majority who hale from the sub-Saharan region of Africa continent, tend to let their fellow compatriots into the UK with a small consideration.

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  6. 8
    Roger Clague says:

    The free entertainment was stopped because of threats of violence by the protesters. I saw a tweets ( later deleted ) in which the bidding went from punches to kicks to using an air rifle on Farage.

    So its seems Winston is right.

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    • 49
      jimmy the fish says:

      We really need someone – years ago it would have been Guido of course – to make a comprehensive listing of the violence and threats of violence from anti-UKIP protestors who are disrupting peaceful speeches, throwing bricks through windows and reducing mixed-race UKIP candidates to tears with their vitriol and racial abuse.

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      • 192
        ToryBear says:

        I control the shots round here now and we certainly won’t be helping the racist ukip. We need more immigrants, remember that.

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  7. 9
    Descended into a media circus says:

    Ukip is a joke now but not a funny one.

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    • 33
      Mugabe, Robert. says:

      So the liars and anti-democracy protesters have got to you, have they? Or, more likely, you ARE one of the rabble, such as turned up at Croydon. The fascist left are using third World tactics (and I should know).

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    • 141
      Steve Right says:

      So what is going to be the excuse when the “joke” kicks all the major parties’ arses in two days time, even after being on the receiving end of probably the most biased media campaign in history?

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  8. 10
    Ockham's Razor says:

    Point of ingression for an enema.

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  9. 11
    bigmax says:

    Somebody told me they visited a solicitor with ground floor offices in the centre of Croydon. The door was locked, he knocked, they let him in and then locked the door again once he was inside.

    When he asked why they kept the door locked, they said they had to because if they didn’t, people would walk in and just nick stuff from in front of them. This would be in the middle of the day, in broad daylight.

    My friend told me Croydon was now full of foreigners, asylum seekers and the like. It seems the place has been culturally “enriched”.

    McKenzie was right. Croydon is a dump. The only trouble for him is you’re not supposed to tell the truth about things like that these days.

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    • 21
      Bill Quango MP says:

      Sounds about right.
      Mind you New Addington is the real Craphole in the privvy.

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      • 98
        Llareggub says:

        Think of New Addington as a dustbin. It exists solely to dispose of Croydon’s shit. And thanks to New Addington, the rest of Croydon is tolerable.

        Mind you, Kate Moss is from New Addington, so perhaps it’s not a total write-off.

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        • 137
          Steve Right says:

          My mate once shagged a bird from New Addy for a few months and I never saw her sober. Croydon itself has a serious gang problem though. Could just as well be called Stab City. The schools have to have police outside the gates at closing time. Same in Lewisham.

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          • John Bellingham says:

            Emma West, the Croydon Tram Lady who had her children removed and spent 4 nights in a police cell for saying F****** N******s and P****s,

            —she came from new Addington. The Prosecutor in the magistrate’s Court was Remi Ogunfowora.

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        • 473
          Bob c untface Crow says:

          And did she go back,did she fuck.

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

      A mate told me years ago that the Customs in Kent just told illegals where to go in Croydon, Blairs lot denied they did this, bloody hell a year or so ago I watch a documentary telling the whole Effing story. They wonder why the worm has turned

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      • 71
        Bill Quango MP says:

        Lunar house. Head of border control agency.

        Unofficial slogan “The key is under the mat”

        Like

  10. 12
    Nigel Cowardly Clown Farage says:

    Is there a phone app for these videos?

    Like

  11. 13
    C O (Ξ7t1) says:

    This could hurt…

    Like

    • 103
      Ockham's Razor says:

      That ain’t the end of it either, if I know anything of the business, having spent some four decades in it.

      It went so badly wrong in such a relatively short time.

      “Things can only get better worse.”

      Like

    • 319
      táxpáyér says:

      Yet Central Banks have been fixing rates on a far larger scale, but that’s OK…

      Quis custodiet…

      Like

  12. 15
    JH453453255er says:

    As if UKIP would win such an ‘enriched’ area anyway. They may as well pre-print the fucking ballot papers in backward shitholes like that.

    No coincidence this was ground zero for the 2011 riots.

    Liked by 2 people

    • 81
      rimboooo says:

      Honestly you’ve got it wrong. Enriched areas always include some decent people who are seeing first hand the destruction of culture and civilisation and are the ones prepared to fight to stop it. Many also have Christian morals. Furthermore many came from Jamaica etc in the 60s, they cam because they wanted to live among English people, in a free country, with freedom of speech and the rule of law.

      They know that those things are incompatible with importing millions of newcomers every decade. They know that political correctness is destroying freedom. And they know that there is NOTHING racist about saying you don’t want more immigrants and those immigrants have taken your job.

      The scum element in those areas often don’t vote, that’s why labour pushed for postal votes to secure those areas. Those decent people though are prime ukip voters and candidates and we are seeing more and more people joining ukip despite the bbd, mail online, sun and guido smear machine working overdrive

      If you’re poor, black and feeling desperate then ukip are the only ones who might help you, who will stop you having to compete with thousands of romanians for your job who will return the rule of law and justice, who will bring back democracy. It’s a message that can cut across all groups.

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      • 131
        Steve Right says:

        Well said.

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      • 190
        Londoner says:

        You are right. There are many immigrants to the UK who came legally, jumped through the hoops, waited their turn and integrated as fast as possible. Many are now British Citizens and royally resent the way the government has thrown the doors open to the every Tom Dick and illegal H@rry.

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      • 241
        Ha ha ha says:

        I can confirm this to.

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      • 260
        JH453453255er says:

        Sure you are right, but unfortunately the feel of a society is not set by the minority.

        Wherever people from certain cultures go past the 10% of population tipping point, a shithole can be found a decade or so later. A bit of gentrification here and there does nothing to stem the overall tide.

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      • 477
        Bob c untface Crow says:

        Very true,look at major enriched scumabodes like Dagenham and Barking, there are still decent people there who will be heard soon.

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  13. 16
    Winston says:

    Err…Guido is peddling lies again. Just look at the Buzzfeed link to the right. The steel band are playing happily for the UKIP gathering, until the usual white, middle-class SWP students turn up and start threatening everyone and screaming abuse. Clearly, it was intimidation that spooked them. But don’t let the truth get in the way of your Tory/Murdoch rewards, Guido.

    Liked by 1 person

    • 23
      Bill Quango MP says:

      That isn’t how its being reported on any news outlets. Check for yourself.
      Not saying your version isn’t correct, but unless Fawkes was there how could he know any different?

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    • 140
      Guido going Down says:

      Is there somewhere else we can go, now G’s sold out.

      Like

      • 167
        Ockham's Razor says:

        Come here Friday for the party!

        Like

      • 177
        Anonymous says:

        Breitbart UK? Sensible place, good comments, but layout of top page is rigid and unhelpful.

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        • 228
          White rabbit says:

          Just checked it out. Interesting piece on fake Romanian protestors. Also interesting that Crick was included in the coverage and as I haven’t seen C4 news tonight I wondered if he revealed fakery in his coverage ?

          Like

          • Simple Simon-Simon say's 'kiss my ass' says:

            Done, if the Politico’s and the MSM wont change their bias then all we have to do is just change them.

            Like

  14. 17
    • 27
      Thursday the 22nd of May says:

      Get back to Dave’s cock.

      Like

      • 136
        Dave the Prime Hypocrite says:

        We have Rumanians all round Daddy’s estate.

        They work on the land for us, digging dung, that sort of thing you know.

        That’s why we have roma chappies as our neighbours and are not racist.

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  15. 19
    Diane Abbott says:

    Wacists

    Croydon isn’t enriched enough.

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    • 104
      Llareggub says:

      Last time I walked through the Whitgift Centre, about 2005, it seemed to me that probably half the crowds there were black. I don’t remember anything like that proportion of ethnic minorities when I left Croydon in 1999

      Like

  16. 22
    Genghiz the kahn says:

    Odd how the BBC forget she presents Match of The Day.

    Like

    • 40
      Bill Quango MP says:

      Have the BBC called for her to be forever refused an OBE ?

      Like

    • 134
      Maqb­oul says:

      Nothing wrong with tax avoidance: it’s legal and anyone who ain’t a phookin idiot does it.

      Like

      • 174
        thostids says:

        Everybody is entitled so to arrange their financial affairs within the Law as to reduce their liability to taxation. Given that this is and has been the legal position in this Country for ever, Cameron’s advancement of the European position that avoidance is “immoral” and “wrong” is a measure of his duplicity and complete severance of adherence to “the Law” and his blind pursuit of The European Experiment.

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        • 196
          Ockham's Razor says:

          “No man in the country is under the smallest obligation, moral or other, so to arrange his legal relations to his business or property as to enable the Inland Revenue to put the largest possible shovel in his stores. The Inland Revenue is not slow, and quite rightly, to take every advantage which is open to it under the Taxing Statutes for the purposes of depleting the taxpayer’s pocket. And the taxpayer is in like manner entitled to be astute to prevent, so far as he honestly can, the depletion of his means by the Inland Revenue” – Lord Clyde KC DL (1863 – 1944), one of the good things to have come out of Scotland.

          Ayrshire Pullman Motor Services v Inland Revenue [1929]
          14 Tax Case 754, at 763,764
          

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            you get a like for that one OR. i could mention an old and very nicely written judgment from an AELR book (i obtained the original – it’s priceless to i) from Dec 1939.

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          • Genghiz the kahn says:

            The 1929 judgement sums it all up nicely.

            Like

          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Thank you both. Sincerely.

            I learned this when I was 18 and studying for my Institute of Bankers exams. A little while ago.

            It has always kept fresh in my mind as a wonderful piece of prose and a wonderful article of truth. It is also morally correct.

            Confess that it is not the first time I have posted it here but with the way folks forget things so swiftly nowadays, it bears repeating. Constantly.

            Of course, few in the banks today, or in law, know this stuff.

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          • White rabbit says:

            ‘few in banks today, or in law, know this stuff ‘
            Even fewer in politics.

            Like

          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            Indeed – what goes around comes around – save that they never thought for one minute it would. It’s about to.

            Like

          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            btw OR my ref was to Myers V Ellman. Volume at present don’t know but one of 1, 2, 3, or 4.

            Priceless.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            The leading case of Myers -v- Elman [1940] AC 282; [1939] 4 All ER 484

            Provided that only “gross negligence” (p. 498, per Lord Atkin), “serious dereliction of duty” (p. 490, per Viscount Maugham) or “gross neglect or inaccuracy” (p. 509, per Lord Wright) would justify a costs order.

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            OR – there’s something about the ‘silence’ about Myers V Ellman … in the years after 1945 … and i don’t need to wonder why.

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        • 403
          Ockham's Razor says:

          Yes, but you will find it quoted all around the Empire, and successor Commonwealth, especially Canada. Never needed to get that close to it to find out why, TBH.

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    • 298
      Taxman taken all I've got says:

      Odd that BBC says she”vows to pay” what tax is due- as far as i know, you don’t have any choice, vowing or otherwise (unless you are Amazon etc- bigger fish than Gabby)

      Like

  17. 24
    Malcolm Redfellow says:

    Has anyone kept count of how many times Mr McKenzie has turned his political coat?

    Like

  18. 25
    TwatEd Miliband says:

    Whenth I am Pthwime Minister I willth ensthure eachth & everythone of you sthtays inth the EthaU.

    Like

    • 128
      I will thcweam till i'm thick says:

      I will ensthure that everywun can be pwime minithter ath well

      Like

  19. 29
    Ed The Intellectual says:

    Who is Croyden? The poor man is doing a job for Labour.

    Like

  20. 30
    The tonk known as Roger Helmer says:

    Winston McKenzie is the biggest mug going, perfect UKIP candidate

    Like

  21. 32
    Nick Clogg says:

    What about me?

    Post a story about me Guido!

    Please :(

    Like

  22. 34
    Peter Tapsell says:

    I’ve just oiled the chain on my motorbike but spilt some.

    Anyone know the quickest way to clear it up before America invades my driveway?

    Like

    • 65
      non taxable pikey says:

      Since we are quoting Sickipedia.

      A carrier is someone who doesn’t show symptoms of an illness but can pass it on to people they come into contact with.

      For example, David Cameron is a carrier of Tourettes.

      Like

    • 75
      Yankee Conman says:

      I shall be suing you for compensation, even though I live nowhere near you and I have not been affected by your spillage. Please send $1M or else.

      Like

  23. 36
    Anon. says:

    Not sure why anyone would want to hang around with sneering Crick. Creepy individual.

    Like

  24. 39
    Political Theory is now Politics for arseholes says:

    Sighs! Only one more day of this tripe left! Sighs!

    Like

    • 57
      One hopes so says:

      Possibly, whatever the results, things may never be the same again politically.
      The absence of the slogan ‘Vote UKIP, get Labour’ is now a distant memory.

      Liked by 1 person

      • 163
        Ockham's Razor says:

        I am working on a new slogan right now:

        Vote Labour, get UKIP

        How does that sound?

        One could add:

        …so vote UKIP instead and be on the winning side!

        Liked by 1 person

  25. 43
    Patrick O'Flynn says:

    I JUST FARTED IN THE SHOWER AFTER SOAPING MY BUM AND A BUBBLE CAME OUT!!!

    Like

  26. 50
    The Last Quango in Paris says:

    Winston punching the punchbag has made my day – it barely moves!!!! couldn’t fight his way out of a paper bag ;(

    Like

  27. 51
    King James 1 says:

    When is it going to be verified just who is behind these non-representative posh far-left extremists. There is a reason why nothing is really done about them. Don’t forget that Shameron and the unConservatives have been collaborating with the Guardian. They obviously have members in the ‘teaching’ profession but it’s known that a few BBC types are members too. We know Winston isn’t exactly perfect but good luck to him anyway. How many black people has anybody met who belong to Marxist organisations there really aren’t many.

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  28. 53
    The British media are cunts says:

    Did anyone else see the one sided BBC bollocks about the EU last night on Newsnight?

    Once again the BBC were telling porkies, if we leave the EU the BBC only showed one side of the coin. The BBC forgot to mention that if we left the EU economy would suffer, especially as they sell more ot us than we do to them. The EU will be desperate to keep trading with us and if they refused ot allow our goods to be sold in the EU why would we let them sell their stuff here or give them access to our fishing grounds.

    Us leaving the EU could cost thousands of jobs in other EU countries and von Merkel certainly doesn’t want that.

    So if we leave the EU all that will happen is a free trade agreement and carry on as before except we won’t be constrained by all the EU bollocks and we’d save ourselves billions a year in handouts to the EU.

    Like

  29. 59
    We're All Romanians Now says:

    Repeat endlessly: Patriotism is Racism, Patriotism is Racism, Patriotism is Racism, Patriotism is Racism, Patriotism is Racism……

    Like

    • 120
      english and ashamed says:

      please note this only applies to english persons.
      lower case and low specimens of low humanity.
      Please give us another kick.

      Like

    • 331
      táxpáyér says:

      Debt is Wealth
      Patriotism is Racism
      Censorship is Freedom

      Like

  30. 60
    Why doesn't Guido sack the fat one and put Alex in his place? says:

    There is only tomorrow.

    Then a whole load of journos are going to have to eat shit. :evil:

    Like

  31. 64
    Maria Miller says:

    UKIP are the political marmite, you either love them or hate them

    Like

  32. 66
    The Smears Я Us Party says:

    This is a joint message from David Cameron, David Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg Minor :
    Vote for us, the parties with the manifestos you can believe in. Just look at our track records.

          
    
    
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    • 74
      Why doesn't Guido sack the fat one and put Alex in his place? says:

      You have missed someone…

      Like

      • 115
        Real Conservatives vote UKIP says:

        One suspects that having four columnists might be a hallmark of a truly top-grade blog. Could it be that you’re suggesting that the fat homunculus constitutes one too many ?

        Like

        • 124
          The businessman's political answer says:

          All good business must consider whether expensive overheads are justified and make savings where possible.

          Like

    • 274
      Sub jocula says:

      This space for rent LOL

      Like

  33. 69
    Nigel says:

    Celebrity big brother here I come.

    Like

  34. 78
    Crystal Palace is Croydon's only hope says:

    I was born in Mayday hospital, Croydon.

    I’ve never looked back since….

    Dump.

    Like

  35. 80
    Herman Van Rumplepuss says:

    When I look at the polling of parties like UKIP and Front Nationale, Geert Wilders PVV, Golden Dawn..

    Well…I just think…how ungrateful these people are. After all I’ve done for them..

    Like

  36. 82
    P l e b says:

    By what time on Friday morning will Cameron say ‘I get it’?

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    • 91
      Bill Quango MP says:

      Cameron has the easiest path on Thursday. he was expected to come third and he will.

      Hard for UKIP if they don’t come first but Farage can point to weeks of unrelenting negative press and use that as an excuse for not topping the polls. Even so 2nd would be a great result, if disappointing in the short term.

      So its your man Ed with the toughest day. He has to explain why he decided a refusal to agree to any EU referendum was a good idea.
      Why didn’t he wait? He’d said nothing about EU before he ruled out letting the people decide.. He has said nothing since either.

      You must admit PLEB it was an extraordinary thing to do. To rule out a referendum.
      He or his advisers sought to please the 5% Liberal vote at the expense of the 25% UKIP one.

      Barmy, no?

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      • 109
        The British media are cunts says:

        Farage will win. I’m no fan of UKIP but will vote for them just to fuck off the media and the vile kiddie fiddling BBC

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        • 129
          Crystal Palace is Croydon's only hope says:

          Same here….

          Like

          • Newsnytol says:

            I think I’ll vote UKIP in a spirit of democratic defeatism.

            We really can’t have a political culture built on complete lies. No good will come of that.

            So although UKIP may be ramshackle collection of saloon bar bores and the like, with no coherent ideology, they are the only ones pointing to the elephant in the room: mass immigration an its manifold effects, including unsustainable population growth.

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        • 443
          Fred the pensioner says:

          I hope you have arranged the necessary security to safeguard the ballot boxes over the weekend. Lots of funny things can happen to ballot boxes when nobody is watching 24/7.

          Like

    • 111
      LabCon Liars says:

      As I understand it, the votes have to moderated for 3 days before they are counted and the result declared on Sunday.

      So Dave and the labcon will have plenty of opportunity to achieve the right result.

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      • 121
        Steve Right says:

        Officially it’s because in much of Europe the voting is on Sunday and they want to release the results the same day, but nothing would surprise me where the EU is concerned. They may even tell us to vote again!

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    • 119
      Steve Right says:

      The results aren’t given till Sunday for the Euro elections, not sure about the council ones.

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      • 175
        FYI says:

        council election votes counted Thursday/Friday.

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        • 216
          i predict says:

          If they try and fiddle the votes, there will be a revolution.
          I’ve never known ordinary people so angry and determined.

          Like

          • Up a gear says:

            The revolution is already underway. There are all sorts of genies which are never going to go back in their bottles ever again.

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        • 294
          Staying up late at the Party Party says:

          Council vote count is in by about 3-4 Friday morning. As for the EU votes, who gives a shit! It doesn’t fucking matter anyway.. Guess who I vote for?

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  37. 84
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Bet that was relief all round when the steel drums stopped playing.

    Like

  38. 90

    Vote UKIP :-)

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  39. 94
    The Colonel says:

    Damn it there goes the tin band vote.But to show that as a Ukipper I do not bear a grudge I offer you a word of advice ,beware of Roma scrap collectors.

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  40. 95
    Diane Abbott's son is all growed up says:

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  41. 99
    Hold your horses says:

    Lived in Croydump for 3 years. Wouldn’t piss on it if it was on fire.

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  42. 100
    • 220
      don't make me laugh says:

      It may well be 150 years old and funded by the
      Duke of Westminster.
      I’d never describe it as non partisan.And Crook
      worked for Amnesty and served as a Labour councillor
      in north London for years.

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      • 222
        could they help with this one? says:

        The only penal reform I’d like to see is compulsory life
        sentences for murderers and paedos- where life means life.

        Like

      • 273
        big bowl of porridge says:

        I’m in favour of penal reform.
        Let’s bang up all murderers and kiddy fiddlers for life,
        make sure life means life, and lock the doors at open
        prisons.

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  43. 107
    The politics of deceit says:

    Trust me brethren, did I not say I was the heir to Bliar.

    Like

  44. 110
    Nigel in a grass skirt says:

    I found a Bob Marley tape. The multiculti party’s at mine.

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  45. 113
    Media fail in latest smear attempt. says:

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    • 184
      Labour must be destroyed says:

      Mass disturbance by Roma gangs in Sheffield today-the home city of David ‘no upper limit on immigration’ Blunkett.

      Like

      • 198
        What goes around comes around says:

        The LibDem and Labour voters of Sheffield having their noses rubbed in it. Serves them right for voting in idiots year after year.

        Like

      • 202
        Vote UKIP says:

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      • 223
        Dr death says:

        Blunkett didnt see a thing guv…..

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        • 275
          the reality of immigration is says:

          Isn’t Clegg a Sheffield MP?

          Like

          • It's Grim when you reap what you sow-innit says:

            Good. If the fucking wankers who voted for Nick Clegg (and most of them will be transient wankers from Sheffield Hallam) cannot live with what they voted for, then why should the rest of us? Reap what you fucking sow asswipes. It’s a fucking lot easier to let people in than it is to deport them. Naive shitbags who’ll creep back to their leafy middle-class ‘mommy’s a daddy’s’ and leave the cultural SHIT they’ve created. Most of the students in London are GUILTY of the same crime.

            Liked by 1 person

  46. 114
    Nobinson says:

    What to do, I have tried everything to dislodge the garage vote. I am in despair. Surely the enriched Croydon is the sort of town we all want for the future.

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  47. 116
    Steve Right says:

    Croydon is unsafe, and a dump.

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  48. 118
    Anonymous says:

    with all the shit flying around one man Douglas Murry at the Spectator has at least given UKIP a bit of a decent write up saying the smears campaign has reached spectacular depths.

    Like

  49. 123
    AA Helper says:

    There are some marvellous roads out of Croydon.
    The A23, the A232, the A236, …

    Like

  50. 125
    Mr & Mrs Hamilton says:

    Make sure you vote: Show Ukip and the three Establishment parties the red card. Give the Greens a chance.

    Like

  51. 132
    SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

    It would seem that the biggest ‘crime ‘being committed by UKIP candidates is telling the actual unvarnished truth !

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  52. 133
    Willy Gayue "Assad 'has no place in Syria's future" says:

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  53. 135
    Owen Jones says:

    England gets another wicket!

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  54. 138
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    The others lib/lab/con have nothing positive to say (even about themselves) and are running scared.

    Like

  55. 139
    Maqb­oul says:

    Anyone else looking forward to Bloodbath Thursday?

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  56. 142
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Is this the beginning of THE UKIP SLIP.

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  57. 143
    What Abaht The Workers says:

    Bosses and staff at Marks and Spencer will receive no bonus after profits fell for a third consecutive year.

    ONE OUT ALL OUT

    Like

  58. 148
    Rio Ferdinand says:

    Fucking Toblerone!

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  59. 151
    Jim says:

    Everything was fine until the Media contacted Rent A Mob for the Photo shoot.
    What are they going to do for tomorrow?

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  60. 153
    Roger Helmer says:

    I just saw a man’s penis on the Jubilee line. Shaft, balls, the full set. Everything.

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    Jezza says:

    Ch4 News currently doing UKIP’s job for them – Vote UKIP!

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      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      I think they’re starting to realise which side of the tv licence they’re bread and butter comes from.

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    Patrick O'Flynn says:

    The Greens – not UKIP – are the real alternative to the political Establishment

    http://huff.to/1lCXcR2

    Not many people know that.

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      Hear ! Hear ! says:

      Nigel Farage entered the European Parliament in 1999. This was also the year that Caroline Lucas was elected as one of the UK’s first two Green MEPs (the other was Jean Lambert). She went on to become the first Green MP at Westminster. A parliamentary seat still evades Farage and his party,and it will for many General Elections to come.

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        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        In any other constituency she’d have been laughed out of town, all the mincing fags voted for her.

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          Just Telling The Truth says:

          Too right. Brighton open to unlimited immigration? Good. Fucking Tarmac and Concrete the whole city limits and let them be first.

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        • 484
          Green shoots...self says:

          The Green Party denounced attempts to protect the native red squirrel from being further decimated by invader grey squirrels as ‘unacceptably racist.’ These people are all loud slogans and no brains!

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        Anonymous says:

        NFB = Normal for Brighton.

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      the homonculus says:

      Seeing as how most of our immigrants are used to living without electricity and clean water you are probably right

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      Real Conservatives vote UKIP says:

      Seems like a reminder is in order :

      The Greens are the Watermelon Party – green on the outside but very red on the inside.

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    • 171
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      Sounds like windmills at dawn, the damage that will be done when they remove those windmills is going to be the Greens memorial concrete block on land and steel legs becoming shipping hazards in the water.

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        Fred the pensioner says:

        Let’s buy the Romis a few rowing boats – they’ll have them all cleared in about a fortnight.

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      Green Greeny says:

      Mainly because it isn’t true. Thirty or so years ago they were ‘alternative’. Nowadays, you can’t get more dull, conformist, anti-democratic, authoritarian and statist than the greens.

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      Anonymous says:

      Vote Fred Flintstone Green Party Take us back to the Stone Age

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    the homonculus says:

    Farage ignores black UKIP candidate”

    “Steel band welcomes Gypsy scum to croydon”

    “Fat Irish mollusc endangered by UKIP win, sees livelihood disappear”

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    Judge Pickled says:

    He is right, Croydon is a dump and it is unsafe. Crime figures through the roof, mostly (black) gang related. The ‘Black Commoonitee need a few more Mr Mckenzies if the ‘yoot’ are to progress beyond, bling, drugs, moidah and mayhem.

    Vote Ukip.

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  65. 165
    Moishe Fawkes says:

    Nigel Farage takes his mask off revealing himself to be the old mill owner all along in a Scooby Doo ending?

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  66. 169
    Ed Balls says:

    Has anyone seen me lately?

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      Rentokil says:

      No-one is very interested in you at the moment, Ed.

      Don’t think for a moment, though, that shoud you ever crawl out from underneath the rock you are cowering under, that people won’t be revolted and immediately want to swat you with a rolled up newspaper.

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  67. 178
    UKIP Bubble says:

    pop!!!!!

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    Meanwhile, in a galaxy far far to the left says:

    There is a disturbance in the force – Revenge of the CiF…

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  69. 186
    Patrick O'Flynn says:

    Am I the only person whom upon seeing the acronym “UKIP” thought this stood for the “United Kingdom Islamic Party”

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  70. 191
    Well, who'd have guessed? says:

    ‘Romanian’ Protesters at UKIP Carnival Admit No Links to Romania at All … video!!!!

    http://www.breitbart.com/breitbart-london

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      Anonymous says:

      Yes indeed, it’s Breitbart for me. Guido, you are a Judas and although you have your thirty pieces of silver, you have lost your self respect and the goodwill of your readers. You have had your fifteen minutes of fame and will now walk hand in hand with Piers Morgan down the slope to oblivion.
      No-one said you had to support Nigel Farage and UKIP but you should have least been impartial. You should not have joined the pack baying for blood. You thought you had enough influence to get decent fairminded people to go along with you. You thought wrong, I will log on until the results on Sunday because I have enjoyed the repartee and wit of the contributors on the blog but after that I am finished with you.
      Just hope that UKIP win and gives you and your like a bloody nose.

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        JadedJean says:

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        Out with the Old (his boss) and in with the new.. says:

        +100. Just leave him with his disenchanted Conservatives and his few lefty trolls. I think that when the polls don’t change by next year that they’ll understand that there’s a reason why people think a certain way. You forget GF, my view doesn’t HAVE to be popular to pay my bills, you and your dork master’s views have to. The UK ain’t Australia, Merdoch’s day’s of CONTROL are over. Fuck, I don’t even read a paper or watch the news anymore. I use the fucking Force.

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      jgm2 says:

      Fuck ‘em. That was the choice they took to try and engineer a 1,000 year Labour Reich.

      Step 1. Stop voting Labour.

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        Ockham's Razor says:

        Step 2. Vote UKIP
        Step 3. Encourage Fucking Scotland to go independent and readopt groat
        Step 4. Encourage the Highlands and the Islands to remain part of the UK
        Step 5. Redraw the boundaries to give Labour a 15% disadvantage
        Step 7. Abolish any remnants of Barnet formula
        Step 8. Sell of the BBC
        Step 9. Any fucker who destroys their passport gets free one-way ticket to Fucking Ascension Island
        Step. 10. Try Blair/Brown, find them guilty and hang them (reverse order will be acceptable)
        Step. 11 To be published together with all steps up to 1,000,001 soon.

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          Ockham's Razor says:

          Step 8. Sell off the BBC

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          One Man One Vote says:

          A fair programme.

          However, I disagree about part of Step 4. We don’t need the mere 21,884 voters of Na h-Eileanan an Iar. Certainly not sending any more MPs to Westminster. Only if they agree to give up thier MP and be represented as part of a constituency with Shetland and Orkney (themselves allowed a disgraceful MP to be elected by only 33,755 voters) should they be allowed to remain part of the UK. Otherwise the SNP-voting tax drones in the WesternIisles can go fuck off. If they want to stay their anti-democratic special pleading and subsidy-leaching will have to stop.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Don’t you want to look at that ‘fat-fuck’ smile on Salmond’s face.

            I want to see it at that precise instant that the result from Shetlands comes through: Stay with UK.

            See that idiotic smile drain away in the same way that the blood drains from a sheep when it has had its throat cut.

            Except Salmond will live. Live to know what it is like to have a nation of parasites who want money and no income to feed them.

            The UK won’t want him. The EU won’t want him. And when the Scotch realised that he has sold them down the burn, they will treat him just like the aforementioned sheep.

            Serve the fat c*unt right, too.

            Ahahahahahaha!

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      táxpáyér says:

      Another NotOnTheBBC news.

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    Vote UKIP :-)

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    GDS says:

    Funny isn’t it. UHunts flocked here to see Guido bash mainstream politicians in equal measure but as soon as UHunt is considered mainstream, they drip like septic arseholes about unfair treatment. What a bunch of politically retarded idiots. Not in my name you tools

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      Lampshade says:

      You have a point. But mainly, nobody likes a traitor.

      The greasy creepy one has blown it for this site. Some people have claimed they have stormed off in disgust. Others are stlll coming here until after the election, but something tells me this place will be nigh on deserted by this time next week.

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      • 474
        Charles Foster Kane says:

        This is reminiscent of the Little Green Footballs (LGF) debacle. Around 2009, Charles Johnson, owner of the world’s most popular right-leaning blog suddenly took a sharp turn to the left and started banning dozens of commenters, especially those in Europe who were smeared as ‘N-z-s.’ Thousands of regulars deserted, many heading for new blogs set up by ex-LGF contributors.

        Who today remembers LGF?

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    Ha ha ha says:

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      Jon Snow says:

      My brains melting.

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      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Lol!, Jon left looking like a yellow piss stain.

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      • 476
        JH453453255er says:

        I really enjoyed the head dipped, eyebrow raised, imploring nature of Snow’s questioning.

        PLEEEEEASE SUPPORT OUR AGENDA! PLUUUUURRRRREEEEAAAASE!

        Those ungrateful fuckers, eh John. The researchers go to all the trouble of finding idealised Romanians and when they turn up they don’t tow the line.

        They’d better vote Labour or there will be real trouble.

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  75. 229
    Ha ha ha says:

    Croydon may be a dump but dogging up Shirley Hills was always fun, just ask Joanna L.

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  76. 232
    Saki says:

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  77. 234
    Anonymous says:

    Britain should be ashamed of itself tonight.

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      Mother of all Democracies says:

      Why? Nobody British left in Croydon. Millipead’s a Pole, even Fargare is a Hugenot. And the only people not knuckling in the streets of Sheffield are the British.

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      British Citizen says:

      Britain is a country. Countries do not feel shame. People feel shame. I am a person. I feel no shame. I have done nothing today I shoulld feel ashamed about.

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    Anon. says:

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    • 237
      Anon. says:

      Nothing on SkyNews either.

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    • 267
      Anonymous says:

      To quote that nutcase Tory Anna Soubry “They come here to work in the fields”

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      • 387
        Newsnytol says:

        Anna Soubry – never admitted to being of fairly recent immigrant stock herself in that absurd QT performance where she did her Mrs T impression (might have interfered with the Iron Lady/Britannia effect?). Only recently has she referred to that- though no details.

        I think she’s pretty much beneath contempt.

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  79. 236
    Sheffield Roma Neighbours says:

    Us and the partisan community have been out and about enriching Sheffield this week with the help of helicopters and vans full of riot police. What do we have to do to get in the papers? A carnival?

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  80. 242
    Mong the Monocular's Nokia says:

    Today had the makings of a car crash in slow motion. But looking at the Buzzfeed coverage you’d have to conclude that it was hijacked by the usual left wing Socialist Wankers Party collective of tossers, professional scroungers and bedwetting students. Upsetting those arseholes was all worth while…

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      Funambulist says:

      Is Buzzfeed a UAF/SWP mouthpiece? Sure reads like it, especially the comments.

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  81. 245
    Jezza says:

    Can’t wait til Thursday, having a few celebratory beers now in my local in what is still a delightful English ghetto

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  82. 248
    Anon. says:

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  83. 249
    the homonculus says:

    Fat boys blog is doomed as of friday
    Being a bog trotter he is most likely a “traveller”, he certainly dresses like one
    An admitted bi sexual paddy tax dodging alkie, the country is crying out for them

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  84. 250
    Michelle says:

    I used to like this site but Guido sure is sucking on Satan’s cock big time these days. Did you make enough money selling your soul you sack of crap?

    I’m out of here.

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    I'd be very grateful says:

    I’ve tried to work out what the black bloke is saying, but I can’t ….anyone care to translate?

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  87. 262
    Come Friday, we shall celebrate says:

    Monday morning feels so bad,
    Ev’rybody seems to nag me
    Coming Tuesday I feel better,
    Even my old man looks good,
    Wednesday just don’t go,
    Thursday goes too slow,
    I’ve got Friday on my mind.

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  88. 265
    Jacobite half-seas over the water says:

    Hey, mon! I just got up, got in front of Guido (as advised), read this post, read some comments, then looked up Croydon on Wikipedia. Is this the same place? Are there two different locations in England that go by the name of Croydon? Who am I supposed to believe – Guido or Wiki?

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  89. 268
    Halal Pork Pie says:

    Not as nasty as Georgie Galloway!!

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  90. 269
    VOTE UKIPoo says:

    Croyden is the sort of place that (God forbid, but) if you were driving though: (1) Windows up, (2) Lock the doors, (3) Check you/your passengers are still alive, (4) GET THE F**K OUT OF THERE!

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  91. 287

    Vote UKIP :-)

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  92. 289
    Puppet Master says:

    Job done, neee ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ah ha aa uuu, gasp……

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  93. 292
    The Victory of Reason says:

    Zuerst ignorieren sie dich«, wusste schon Mahatma Gandhi, »dann lachen sie dich aus. Dann bekämpfen sie dich, und dann hast du gewonnen.« Was der indische Freiheitskämpfer erlebte, könnte kommenden Sonntag die britische »United Kingdom Independence Party« (Ukip) erleben. Die rechtspopulistische Partei hat beste Aussichten als Sieger bei den Europawahlen hervorzugehen. Gut 31 Prozent der Wählerstimmen werden ihr prognostiziert, und damit dürfte Ukip die stärkste anti-europäische Fraktion im Europa-Parlament werden. Für die politische Landschaft in Großbritannien hätte der Durchbruch weitreichende Folgen.
    Besonders die Chefs der etablierten Parteien bekämen Kopfschmerzen. Es ist bei Europawahlen durchaus normal, dass die Regierungspartei abgewatscht wird. Aber den Konservativen droht, hinter Ukip und Labour auf den dritten Platz zu landen, und das wäre das erste Mal, seitdem im Königreich das allgemeine Wahlrecht eingeführt wurde, dass die Konservativen in einer nationalen Wahl nicht mindestens zweite wurden. Partei-Chef David Cameron würde unter Druck geraten, sich weiter nach rechts zu bewegen. Zum Beispiel: beim Thema Immigration eine noch härtere Linie zu fahren.
    Auch für den Labour-Chef Ed Miliband wäre ein Sieg von Ukip mehr als peinlich. Die Oppositionsrolle fiele erstmals, zumindest auf Europa-Ebene, an einen Außenseiter. Labour hat in den letzten Wochen mühsam zu kaschieren versucht, dass man sich zu Europa, meist aus Angst vor einer euroskeptischen Presse, nicht so recht bekennen will. Labours Strategie für Europa war, Europa nicht zu erwähnen. Die Rufe innerhalb Labours würden laut, ebenfalls wie die Konservativen ein Referendum über den EU-Ausstieg zuzulassen.
    Für den Chef der Liberaldemokraten Nick Clegg zeichnet sich ein einziges Desaster ab. Die dezidiert pro-europäische Partei, die einst als Sammelbecken für Proteststimmen auf über 20 Prozent kam, liegt zur Zeit bei gerade neun Prozent und könnte gar auf den fünften Platz, hinter die Grünen, zurückfallen. Ihre Präsenz im Europa-Parlament würde dramatisch schrumpfen. Das schlechte Abschneiden könnte die Regierungskoalition gefährden. Vize-Premier Clegg käme unter parteiinternen Druck, sich deutlich vom konservativen Koalitionspartner zu distanzieren, um den Liberaldemokraten mehr Eigenprofil zu geben.
    Lachender Vierter im Bund wäre dann Nigel Farage, der charismatische Parteivorsitzende von Ukip. Er hätte seine Partei langfristig als politische Kraft rechts von den Konservativen verankert. Auch das ist ein »First« in der britischen Politik. Noch nie haben die Torys im rechten Parteienspektrum einen ernsthaften Rivalen gehabt. Farage würde die Debatten nachhaltig beeinflussen – nicht direkt im Unterhaus, weil Ukip dort keine Abgeordneten hat, gleichwohl aber indirekt über die Forcierung populistischer Themen.
    Ukip hat Erfolg, weil sie einerseits entäuschten Konservativen eine Rückkehr zu einer thatcheristischen Politik anbietet. Und sie wird andererseits Labour gefährlich, weil sie die Ressentiments der von Wohnungsnot und Niedriglöhnen bedrohten Arbeiterklasse bedient. Jetzt rächt sich, dass sich die großen Parteien über die letzten 20 Jahre fast nur auf die Mittelklassen konzentriert haben.

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      The Victory of Reason says:

      Hat-tip to the Mittelbadische Presse

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      Ockham's Razor says:

      Genau!

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      Tachybaptus says:

      We seem to be hearing more of Germans who are beginning to wish they could get off their own juggernaut.

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        Wacht am Rhein says:

        Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) are polling around 7%.

        The Germans press has had a lot of analysis of UKIP’s impact in the last few hours: most of it far more thoughtful and balanced than the tosh that the British media has been serving up.

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          C O (Ξ7t1) says:

          AfD only want out of the Euro, not out of the Union.

          The election will return a lot of Euroskeptics, but the majority of seats will wind up with the EPP.

          More importantly the President and most of the EPP (and some of the other groups) will contain a largish number of Federalists: Important for ensuring that agenda proceeds.

          If the results suggest there may be instability, eg. derailment of the Federal agenda or illegal secessions etc. then there will be major disruptions on the FX markets wrt Euro as it becomes clear that its fiat basis is unsound.

          Bond markets will be worth a watch as well.

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          I know says:

          AfD are a professional outfit. Ukip are a bunch of clowns.

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    Ockham's Razor says:

    10:20 pm

    Coming up:

    Farage killed Cock Robin

    Developing…

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    Wipe your feet when leaving Croydon says:

    Saying Croydon is a dump is a bit like saying priests like boys, Ukip are just the Prince Philip of politics. They articulate what most of us are thinking

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      Village Idiot says:

      ….Charles,you were wrong to compare Putin in the way you did!..Thoroughly rude and not becoming of a future King…apologise to Vlad!

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    C O (Ξ7t1) says:

    Interesting statement…

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    • 308
      Ockham's Razor says:

      Unwise.

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        C O (Ξ7t1) says:

        This is a gentle, but firm warning, to calm things down whilst the EU is straightened out.

        Charles has had to say it because even P’utin isn’t taking Cameron, Clegg or Miliband seriously anymore.

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          Ockham's Razor says:

          Constitutionally, it is wrong.

          Even if he is right in what he says, it is wrong.

          I have stood up for him in many areas where he has been criticised and this is the first time I have ever publicly disagreed.

          But why on earth is Putin going to take him more seriously than anyone else? Especially with all their Royal Family safely down a mineshaft on the Koptyaki Road for almost a century! Sorry, I just don’t see it.

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          • C O (Ξ7t1) says:

            We are likely to be having major constitutional reform in the UK shortly, so this could be in part a strategy to get that started.

            P’utin will know why he needs to take him seriously, but to explain why would make one look like a tin-foil hat nutter.

            So – NATO forces are in place, and with the EU wobbly, the message to P’utin is: Keep away from Europe, or else. The anglo world will listen and follow.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Anyone with any knowledge of history and warfare will know that one’s plans get ripped up faster than you have time to read them.

            My opinion, for what it is worth, is that Putin thinks the EU is soft (which it is) but once it gets going anything might be on the table. There is a lot of bad feeling still around over the Comicon times (albeit with a minority, mostly older, who still hanker after it).

            Therefore Putin is wary of what he does. Ukraine is probably OK – he can get away with that, particularly with the east of the country. The Baltic States are not, despite the likely pretence of protecting Kaliningrad.

            The old problem then rears its ugly head. Putin grabs E Ukraine and then has the taste of blood in his mouth and the feeling of power he already has from Crimea. Does he become crazed?

            Meanwhile Obama has his oil weapon at the ready. But does he have the guts to use it? I have my doubts. True, it will start off a chain reaction itself if he does. But there will be another slower and possibly more dangerous fuse lit if he doesn’t.

            No good options anywhere here that I see.

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          Wacht am Rhein says:

          Why should Putin take any of them seriously? When they aren’t posturing naken in the parish council of Westminster they keep sending the amusing little child Hague to the chancellries of Europe to put on a deep voice and pretend to do a man’s job. Putin, I am sure, is a shrewd judge of a man’s true worth. He just doesn’t rate our leaders. I don’t either.

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      The Constitution says:

      Charles. Frustrating as you may find it, you only have two roles in life: to wait till your mother dies and to keep your bloody mouth shut.

      For those two simple tasks you are more than handsomely paid.

      If you don’t understand the bit about staying out of politics, you shall just have to be taught.

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      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Charles – you are an EU mouthpiece fucking climate change nutjob – shut your fucking gob.

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      Socialism Ate My Future says:

      I wonder what the masters in Brussels will do with the increase in “euro sceptic” parties across the continent?!

      Ask us to vote again?

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      • 374
        C O (Ξ7t1) says:

        Am not sure if Nigel could survive another election campaign like this.

        If they ask us to vote again, just tell them UKIP and cut all the other b/s.

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      'Gypsy' Dave Cooper says:

      Are you sure he didn’t mean UKIP?

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      English Republican-If I wanted his opinion I'd have voted for him says:

      It’s not his place to say FA about anything. I’m a ‘Fan’ of Charles I, maybe some marble-mouthed Oxbridge Historian can tell me why…

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      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      I have a feeling that if Charles acceded to the throne he would start acting just like a Hitler, but with a tree and fruit compote complex.

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        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        The more Putin shows how worthless the EU Kommissars are the more deserving he is of our respect.
        Charles ia a totally gullible brainwashed ecolunatic who should spend more time talking to his plants ,that way he can converse on his own intellectual level.

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          Fred he pensioner says:

          Does this royal ecoloon still have his personal “plant” in the Cabinet Office? Anyone know who it is yet?

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    Roger Helmer says:

    Nigel If You Do Not Want People to Say you are the Leader of a Fucking Racist Political Party, Do Not Lead a Party Full of Fucking Racists.

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      The non-racist supporters of the non-racist UKIP says:

      He doesn’t. Get over it.

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    • 353
      'Gypsy' Dave Cooper says:

      You are a racist just by suggesting that.

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      A Point to note says:

      You’ve exhausted that line quite a while ago. You fucking Socialist/Federalist scum will regret it. I don’t mind taking a Political Knock every now and again, but you tar EVERYONE with it. Not just me, but my Dad, Grandad, Brother-in-law, Nephews, Nieces with it. Between us, you fucking cock stand, we’ve got over 100 year’s service to Queen and Country (possibly more if ALL of us would have survived). So, you myopic fucking chimp, you’ve not just shot yourself in the proverbial foot, you’ve taken a fucking BIG bite of a Socialist SHIT SANDWICH. Eat shit and die you Hunt. BTW, send the UAF, HnH up to YORKSHIRE, we’ll get down to brass tacks. Nonce.

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  98. 306
    Skull Cracker says:

    KHAN NOONIEN SINGH ISNAE COCKADOODIE WHITE!

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  99. 317

    Vote UKIP :-)

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    Anonymous says:

    Croydon. The Home Office building is where immigrants (such as my mrs) go to have their home office interview as part of the ridiculously convoluted and expensive process of getting “leave to remain”. The language of which is confusing to those who don’t speak home office english. Leave? Remain? WTF?

    A visit to the home office in Croydon is enough to put you off living in the uk.

    Croydon locals tend to think that their town is full of immigrants. Many if them are trying to get back on the train and out of the place as fast as possible and leave it to the somewhat occasionally feral locals.

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    Brown dog says:

    Ah…..Burlusconi fears people like Bepe Grillo i.e Nigel Farage more thsn sny other

    Quelle suprise

    Bunga bunga

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    Guffaws says:

    UKIP are a bit like Croydon: Barren, crap and waiting to be demolished.

    Hilarious to see Fritter Farage had to duck out!

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      Wacht am Rhein says:

      I haven’t seen the leaders of any of the Westminster Parties within 500 yards of the general public for years. They are the cowards.

      Nigel Farage has endured a punishing schedule of public meetings, interviews and briefings for weeks. You can think what you like of his politics and beliefs, but the one thing you can’t describe his as is frit.

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        John Bellingham says:

        When I was a lad (mid-late 1960s), Party leaders would go on the stump in any old High Street without minders and hold meetings at public halls where people could either cheer or jeer. Not a single heavy weight today would EVER dare appear at an open meeting or attend a pre-advertised “meet and greet”. Rather they will pop up at a supermarket, a factory or a warehouse ( or bizarrely, a primary school) to get in a photo op and a sound bite and then scurry off again.
        Farage is the exception.

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        Anonymous says:

        Too busy, punishing schedule – my big fat hairy arse. This getting down with the ethnics was supposed to patch up the LBC car crash. Farage announced it in his ‘apology’.

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          Londoner says:

          It’s a slice of unchoreographed life. Something that we don’t see in the bland politics of Westminster but which is not uncommon in ordinary expreince of people who are not professional politciians or members of the professional media PR-regurgitation bubble. It will have done less harm than you think and maybe even amused a lot of folk.

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          Village Idiot says:

          ….If it is true that Nigel did not turn up because of security threats,then that reflects badly on the area and the police and seems like it was a wise move from Farage!

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  103. 348
    'Gypsy' Dave Cooper says:

    My old man grew up in Kenley, near Croydon and remember as a nipper it was pretty much English, God knows what it is like now.

    When I was at uni back in the 90’s living in Tottenham, it was getting bad, students were getting mugged for their shopping. Imagine getting threatened with a knife for a bag of fucking pasta!

    Nigel is right about not hearing English on the trains, it’s true and pisses me off big time.

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      Anonymous says:

      Why should anybody have a problem with anybody else speaking another language to their friends or family whilst on the train?
      I don’t get it. I really don’t. But if I see any ukip badges on lapels on the underground I might start speaking foreign to to see if I can find out why kippers seem to find foreign languages offensive.

      I await enlightenment.

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        Londoner says:

        I get irritated with anyone speaking loudly enough on trains for the whole carriage to hear. it is intrusive. Many foreigners do not realise that Londoners in particular would prefer to travel in silence and instead decide to yabber away at a pitch which is wholly unnecessary for a simple conversation with someone less than a yard away from then. So yes, I do understand why it can be annoying.

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          Anonymous says:

          I agree entirely with this, in that I find anybody talking loudly to be annoying.
          I still fail to see why the previous commentator would pick on foreign language however.

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        MT Pockets says:

        Don’t expect the British taxpayer to provide a free translation service for all. That would be a start.

        Get rid of Lunar House in Croydon. Would be no loss.

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    'Gypsy' Dave Cooper says:

    Dan Hodges, take a bow….

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  105. 358
    Anon. says:

    Hilary Benn on Newsnight talking about how bad zero hours are while his fellow Labour MP’s take advantage them. Telling bare faced lies about UKIP policy and he wants to be trusted?

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  106. 364
    Derry Cocksporn (LibDem) says:

    THE AIR IN SOUTH WEST LONDON WILL BE THAT EXTRA BIT CLEANER ONCE THE LIBDEMS ARE OBLITERATED.

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      Catastrophe theory says:

      It won’t be the worst. It will be the second last.

      They will cease to exist the election after this. They have no purpose. In fifty years time they will be as forgotten as the Commonwealth Party.

      There is no ‘celtic fringe’ for the LibDems to retreat into.

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  107. 371
    F##k the LibLabCon says:

    Is the UKIP smearing and pounding having any effect Guido?

    The Final Euro polls Read:

    Survation final Euro poll – CON 23, LAB 27, LD 9, UKIP 32, GRN 4
    Opinium European poll – CON 20, LAB 29, LD 5, UKIP 31, GRN 5
    TNS European poll – CON 21, LAB 28, LD 7, UKIP 31, Others 13
    ComRes Final Euro poll – CON 20, LAB 27, LD 7, UKIP 33, GRN 6

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    C O (Ξ7t1) says:

    Out of interest, anyone notice that other than martial law being imposed in T’hailand, V’ietnam seems to have kicked off big time against Ch!na:

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    • 478
      The Left says:

      We don’t really have the wherewithal to process this.

      Only hideously whíte people attack others on the basis of race or group attachment.

      Apparently there was some sort of kerfuffle in Sheffield yesterday, which we are sure is all the fault of nasty whítes rather than lovely brown people.

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  110. 389
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Where the fuck have all those who have ‘consistently smeared i’ fucked off to …

    Have they finally woken fucking up?

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      lundin links hotel leven fife christmas 2003 says:

      investigatory powers tribunal been getting a lot of telephone calls in the last 60 hours or so. that might have something to do with it.

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        Anonymous says:

        gordon brown tried to blackmail tony blair into stepping down and blair responded via the then unwitting intermediary by bombing london in 2005 again by the same unwitting intermediary. british intelligence have been trying to shut me up for fucking years since then (yeah i was the unwitting intermediary. course the sting in the tail was the fact the soiled underwear brown thought he could use to blackmail blair with was planted in the first place.

        basically military intelligence in bed with the cia stitching the labour movement up.

        funny how load of top bods at the mod have double barreled surnames

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  111. 390
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Info for the general public – ‘V’ Lawyers and those of the legal fraternity – think of their ‘conduct’ / ‘gross misconduct’ their obtaining judgements by “default” [eg bknrupcties] and trickery aided and abetted by the administrative placepersons within all of our courts. OUR COURTS NOT FUCKING THEIR COURTS.

    RECLAIM Britain for the people and also reclaim the court system from those who have been taking the fucking rise out of the British public for fucking decades – bastards like Lord Carlile, charlie falconer, Broons Bro, Bliar AND BEARD, Cameron’s Bro, Strawman, Hoondog, and so many more of the bastards who have invaded Parliament UNLAWFULLY.

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      C O (Ξ7t1) says:

      Methinks there are a lot of fraud cases pending, awaiting formal investigation.

      Just for the record:

      Chilcot ?

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        nell says:

        Chilcot? – the word out in the press yesterday is that bliar has managed to get the usa administration to ‘disappear’ any correspondence/communication he had with bush that would have confirmed his duplicity.

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    nearly there says:

    Funny how much cognitive dissonance this is causing:

    https://twitter.com/search?q=%40ukiplgbt&src=typd

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    Vote UKIP :-)

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    Worth Saying says:

    The BBC has been using actors to kick of trouble at Ukip events, including hurling racist abuse at black and Asian members. It’s up to you to do the investigating, Guido, we’ve all been banned from just about all media.

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    non taxable pikey says:

    Here we go again. Gideon says UKIP would be bad for British business. Translation; I will not be able to sell off the UK’s assets cheaply to my mates.
    Please someone remove the “Royal” from the Mail, it is wrong that a most honourable lady is tarnished by association with the greed and theft of such scum.

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    • 413
      albacore says:

      So, how big do you reckon are the bricks
      That Cast Iron’s crapping if Britain picks
      A party with not one single M P
      To reclaim our own home territory?
      The legitimacy of Parliament
      Won’t be taking a mere palpable dent
      At that one stroke it will evaporate
      (Assuming, though, that the LibLabCon state
      Can permit a true count of the votes cast
      And watch itself made a thing of the past)

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    I used to be a respected blogger says:

    “Croydon is a Dump”

    Channel 4 Fact Checkers have confirmed this claim as 100% accurate

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  118. 414
    non taxable pikey says:

    Statement from Abu Hamza trial jury.

    A-llah told us to do it.

    Remember Lee Rigby when you vote on Thursday. I year to the day since he was murdered.

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      Ockham's Razor says:

      One year ago as of 22 May. Support the sentiment though.

      Anjem Choudary, who refused to condemn the murder, is happily living on state benefit (4 children) whilst he promotes the introduction of Sharia Law throughout the UK.

      Are we collectively mad to allow this to happen?

      =====o=====

      A nice quote from him:

      As Muslims, we reject democracy, we reject secularism, and freedom, and human rights. We reject all of the things that you espouse as being ideals…

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    • 418
      Londoner says:

      ‘Remember Lee Rigby when you vote on Thursday.’

      Some of us remember him every day and don’ try to use his name for rancid little political purposes. You are scum.

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        You fucking liar! says:

        I bet you fucking don’t! You seem to be the one using this for political purposes.

        You are the rancid one here. If you cannot draw a lesson from that awful event, then you deserve whatever is coming to you. May it be painful.

        You utter c*unt.

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    Long John Silver' s parrot says:

    The behaviour of all parties in Croydon yesterday was truly disgraceful.

    People seem to have completely forgotten a couple of years back that an innocent Polish woman was nearly burnt alive whilst in her home in Croydon by proclaiming UK passport holders.

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  120. 416
    Young Fart says:

    Andrew Neil becomes a pensioner today!

    So do I. Will I grow up? Hope not…

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  121. 422
    Elsie Hargreaves 5 Railway Terrace Dewsbury says:

    I remember when I was a young girl in Yorkshire grown men banging their drums in the middle of the road and making a terrible noise blowing on their trumpets.

    They were called Miners.

    I feel sorry for the people of Croydon.

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    Torrid_Tales says:

    It was a common technique to sabotage political rallies in 1930s Germany.
    Then it was Hitler’s blackshirts. Today it is the Socialists and other looney lefties that feel they have the right to subvert the political process.
    National Socialism on the rise again.

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      Democracy Now says:

      What politcal process would that be?

      In 2015 there will be elections, with no guarantees of free speech, reported by a media dominated by a state controlled broadcaster, to gerrymandered constituencies of unequal size by a franchise which has been massively compromised by postal voting. The system will, as ever, result in millions who vote being unrepresented in a Parliament whose second chamber is the creature of the incumbency. There will be no meaningful right of recall. Many of the MPs will proceed to steal from the taxpayers and accept inducements from special interest groups.

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        Last day to play tossers says:

        So no change then, theft and corruption from the House of Commons town council and they have the nerve to wonder why people won’t vote, the country has been turned into a third world sh1hole because of these people.

        Don’t forget people to vote tomorrow, your vote counts, up to you who you vote for, don’t vote don’t winge.

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  123. 424
    "Toilets" Farage says:

    If ukip win the election tomorrow then there is a shit ton more wrong with this country then I though.

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  124. 425
    "Toilets" Helmer says:

    Are you an arrogant pompous liar, totally out of touch with everyone? Yes? Then why not join UKIP.

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    • 429
      Fruitcake Please says:

      No need to join at this stage. Just vote for them. The alternatives are even more hideous.

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    • 431
      Village Idiot says:

      ….Sounds like fun, vote UKIP; (it made me laugh)

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    • 433
      Vernons pools says:

      Out of touch with ‘everyone’. Yet they will get the majority of votes.

      Do you ever think, actually think, about what you write.

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    • 466
      Nigel says:

      I was part of one of dodgiest outfits in the City. I needed a new career before the regulators caught up with me.

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  125. 432
    Viola says:

    I have never quite understood why people think of steel bands as ‘inclusive’ but not string quartets. Is it a form of inverted snobbery?

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  126. 434
    "Toilets" Godfrey Bloom says:

    I dont trust UKIP

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  127. 436
    nell says:

    UKIP vote looks from polls this morning as though it’s holding up quite well at
    25-30% plus. Very respectable and have to give them their due that they have pushed their profile this high. Hope they do well tomorrow but shan’t be voting for them. Doubt my little vote will make much difference to outcome anyway. Anyway I hope they do well – it might make the tories start to think a little more sensibly along conservative lines!!

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      Last day to play tossers says:

      Nell, if you come back here and moan about politics no one will believe you anymore, shame on you, you should go and vote and give a lead to the younger ones.

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      • 451
        nell says:

        Oh I’m going to vote but I shall vote tory. hubby says he’s going to vote ukip and my Uncle who is a WW2 veteran and also really a tory says he’s voting ukip to give the tories a kicking because he’s unhappy at their coalition ways.

        I think it’s remarkable what ukip have achieved – they are a relatively new party, they are politically a bit unsophisticated and naive and some of their tactics as the election has come closer have degenerated into the childish . I think tomorrow’s results will be interesting watching and have far reaching effects on the other parties especially if ukip do achieve that 30% of the vote that the polls are indicating.

        It is quite possible, at least on paper at the moment, that they could overtake the libdems but ukip lack the structural support at ground level that the other three parties have and that’s the big issue they now to address if they want to start being considered as one of the grown up parties.

        Indications are they’ll have a good day tomorrow – big question is after that – will they be able to hang onto their gains?

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          Last day to play tossers says:

          That’s all we ask is vote, Conservatives are finished while Cameron the Libdem is in charge as far as I am concerned, I can’t even call him a wet Tory because he’s not a Tory or a Conservative, after watching the so called politics of the three so called “senior” political parties, I despair at the childishness and brow n shirt tactics used by them and the media against UKIP, I will vote UKIP tomorrow and 2015, if they turn into the same just another political party then I won’t vote for them ,simple, they have a lot to work on but I hope they never ever copy the three political parties and go their own way in getting votes.

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          I'll have a pint of what you're having says:

          UKIP lack the structural support on the Ground that the other Parties have? Really? In what way?

          People attending Local Meetings?
          Delivering leaflets through letterboxes?
          Grassroots giving money to Campaigns?
          Getting mobilized on MSM and explaining your side of the Debates?

          BTW, Labour – £12 Million+ in Debt
          Conservatives – £1.2 Million in Debt
          Liberals – who gives a shit. Morally in Debt
          UKIP – Running on fumes, relying on motivated Locals to do what the MSM don’t/cannot do.

          I’m rather perplexed as to how you see/contrive to sell the major Political Parties. I’ve NEVER had a political flyer through my door and I’m fully aware of how my Local Politics works (Labour, with a dose of Labour, with a sprinkling of Labour on top)

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    • 446
      Despair at the lack of logic here says:

      You hope they do well but shan’t be voting for them…

      One bad interview by Farage? Compare with the criminal activities of LibLabCon – yes all of them! If you have voted for any of those in the past, I cannot see how you can balk at UKIP.

      It is your decision and I won’t try to change your mind but, really, you seem to want Utopia. It is not to be found on this earth.

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      • 465
        Chef's kitchen maid says:

        Proof positive that too much turnip soup rots the brain.

        Shame really as I used to quite enjoy reading the thoughts of this little old granny.

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    • 456
      Taxfodder says:

      Crony Capitalists run the show these days Political Parties are expendable in deed if not in name…me I like an upset a breath of fresh air…..

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  128. 439
    Joe says:

    I live near Croydon and he’s right.

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  129. 450
    nell says:

    http://www.yourlocalguardian.co.uk/news/local/11200571.Housing_benefit_claimants_rise_by_1_000_per_cent_in_Croydon/

    He is of course, sadly, right.

    Croydon was one of the London Suburbs built on hope and hard work and post WW2 was thriving with real working class families. I know my Uncle was one of them. Many of the folks there were employed in manufacturing not least the Ford Factpry at Dagenham.

    Now , after 13 years of labour terror with a policy for expanding the welfare class to increase their pool of voters, too many people there are just languishing on benefits .

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  130. 454
    Fruitcake and swivel eyed loony loving the panic and utter desperation says:

    Quelle surprise.

    24 hours before polling opens postal vote fraud/polling station intimidation is in the news.

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  131. 455
    Car crash Charlie says:

    Oh dear. What would Diana say?

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  132. 460
    "Toilets" Godfrey Bloom says:

    Why isn’t Nigel Farage being prosecuted for incitement of racial hatred?

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    • 463
      nell says:

      For the same reason that dianeabbott was not prosecuted for the same offence only in reverse.

      And in any case we don’t need to waste taxpayers money prosecuting these silly people. One lives in hope that they’ll learn some grown up common sense given time.

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    • 464
      Different day same idiot says:

      Hello tWat still no blog, how’s those pills hope you take them regularly as they do calm you down

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  133. 467
    SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

    The problem is not so much getting the UK out of the EU, but getting the EU out of the UK!
    This morning the treacherous Quisling Clegg was on the BBC being fed friendly questions ,and spouting the usual trash about millions of jobs being at risk, one of them presumably being his.
    This must be the first time in the history of this country that senior ministers have openly been in the pay of a foreign power, not only that, but consider it to be their first allegiance!

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  134. 469
    Realist says:

    Nobody is mentioning the Asian UKIP candidate who was stabbed yesterday by a Labour supporter https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152455255904868&set=a.10150251436204868.343053.530154867&type=1&relevant_count=1

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  135. 472
    Bromley says:

    Croydon is a dump!

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  136. 479
    Anonymous says:

    “Winston “Croydon is a Dump”
    It might not be so bad, if at chucking-out time they could confine any fighting to the beaches?

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  137. 487
    Anonymous says:

    Poor Croydon. Large parts of it were bombed flat during WW2 and afterwards the place was rebuilt as a cheap concrete jungle. It’s used to being sneered at by the citizens of prettier, wealthier towns. But few can afford those places now.

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“Oddly, the person I feel sorriest for isn’t Brand himself – although he certainly comes across as a rather pitiable figure, projecting his own brokenness on to the world around him – but Johann Hari. Drummed out of Fleet Street for plagiarism, the former Independent columnist has washed up as “my mate Johann, who’s been doing research for this book”. For a genuinely talented polemicist, it would have been a humbling experience to have to treat this sub-undergraduate dross as the scintillating wisdom of a philosopher-king.”



Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!


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