May 21st, 2014

Shapps Doesn’t Know the Name of Swindon Tory Leader

Julia Hartley-Brewer asking the only question that matters on LBC:

At least he was honest about it…


306 Comments

  1. 1
    Dick Skidmore Premier League Tvrd Prodder says:

    Who cares?

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    • 6
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      It’s one of those Labour vs Tory comparisons stories ending in:

      “At least he was honest about it…”

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      • 23
        Me says:

        Herr Shapps seems to know very little. He is worse than useless.

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        • 30
          Foul Mouthed Frodo says:

          Shapps doesn’t even know his own name most days, it is difficult for him due to the fact that he uses multiple identities in order to steal from people. Mind you Hartly fucking Brewer is a massive fucking c’u’n’t y!ddo slag. She is far worse than any of the scum in parliament as she makes her vile living by pushing their equally vile agenda. If ever there was a it for a fatal studio fire at LBC that would have been it.

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      • 61
        rimboooo says:

        Guido – did you see journomummy has now closed her twitter account? or made it private? or something, one can no longer see it, looks like she might be a bit worried.

        BBC bias is endemic but most of the time they just imperiously dismiss complaints by the peasants. However in the days before an election it’s different, no longer a vague question of upholding their charter but also obeying the electoral law and the punishments can be severe so i imagine a lawyer at the bbc has been on the phone to her. You should run with the story it has legs.

        Peter Hitchens has also managed to get a very rapid and full apology from the BBC when they quoted him out of context to try to smear ukip.

        They have a legal duty to be impartial before an election, it’s a very serious matter.

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        • 74
          Sweet FA says:

          They have a legal duty to be impartial before an election, it’s a very serious matter…

          That’s what happens when you give gash a top job.

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        • 144
          broderick crawford says:

          Quite so .
          lAnd I m sure that we can get someone at GCHQ or Langley Virginia to open up her account again so screenshots can be taken for her trial .

          After all betwen the two they tap EVERYTHING that s going on ANYWHERE and can retrieve at a milliseconds notice n’est pas ?

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      • 139
        broderick crawford says:

        Swindon , the arsehole of the South East

        ( assuming it s IN the South East … or am I getting it mixed up with Slough –of Despond — …same difference )

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    • 50
      The Growler says:

      Wasn’t that the original name of what became the BBC eg London Broadcasting Company

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      • 147
        broderick crawford says:

        yeah ….

        now they ve gone nationsl it stands for

        Labour s Biggest Corporation

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    • 59
      GIDEON MUST BE BACK ON THE BLOW says:

      Give poor Schapps a break, he has so many false aliases he has a hard time remembering names.

      Never mind Mr Green, what about Mr Osborne’s incredible statement about the dead hand of the state keeping out of free markets?

      Private rail companies recieve 5 billion pounds a year of taxpayers’ money every year
      Private banks received 80 billion pounds of taxpayers’ cash
      Private landlords recieved 17 billion pounds of taxpayers’s cash last year alone
      Slave wage employers receive over 8 billlion pounds topping up their slave wages in the form of tax credits every year

      Judging by his statement today George must have his nose stuck in a big bag of blow.

      Again……

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    • 69
      phenomenomes says:

      i a gem stone. get a stone and break me. we are all stoned.
      now get hacksaw and shred my tongue.
      now get a matchstick and burn my poo.

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    • 75
      whose shit is better says:

      the owner of this site or mine?

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      • 77
        bucket says says:

        who is god on this site.
        i have just o,d,d on extra strong mints.
        .
        .G must reveal itself

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        • 84
          shit burgur says:

          i have tasted his shit (virtual) now he must taste my physical shit.
          a generous person will go the extra mile. i will taste whatever you will. perhaps i will change my mind and just rub it on your face.

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    • 96
      destroy all says:

      g is for greece.
      reece is copy cat. english. copy of?
      sinead..is irish. sin. cancer…land….

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    • 165
      Happy Birthday says:

      Happy Birthday to Eve,
      from Sarah.
      and congratulations for reaching Brighton. xxxx.

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      • 184
        The white man says:

        the white man may be prejudiced but has no pride. He will take anyone’s money, even my shit infested note.

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        • 187
          Shadow Man says:

          G is for God. Ga od
          Gee is for geeeejesus.
          Jee is G.

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          • richard from judy, man. says:

            G is for Goa.
            G iis jee when and only when j is for joke.
            so who knows their richard fom judy, mam.

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          • richard from judy, man. says:

            all the pain is in spain.
            it is greexe lightening.
            ii s. s is for spain.
            reece in greece is english. is as english as they cum.
            one is english and the other is as english as they cum.
            jack worked for a nickle. he knew them.
            jac. cement the world with your sack.

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    • 176

      So, er….where’s Swindon then?

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  2. 2
    Simple Simon says:

    More fucking click-baiting from Guido. I assume you and H”rry have decided to take the money and run.

    Liked by 1 person

    • 28
      The Growler says:

      If the Conners do not get more places than Liebore they will be running, imagine that, a running Fawkes, Rupe maybe the one who backed the wrong man, and he will not be a happy bunny.

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  3. 3
    H@rry the cad says:

    More slurpy media cocksucking with your pals at LBC?

    Liked by 1 person

  4. 4

    Vote UKIP :-)

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    • 8
      The Winds of Change says:

      Dave really needs to have a serious rethink or fuck off.

      Liked by 1 person

      • 19
        C O (Ξ7t1) says:

        Civic Nationalism is a useful device under which to transfer power from the EU back to the UK.

        This is why voting UKIP is important, and ALL parties NEED you to.

        Cameron should only be vilified for having soiled the phrase ‘Cast Iron’.

        A UKIP government, or at least junior coalition partner is required for 2015.

        Once again the Hugeunot’s demonstrate their faith in and value to the UK. Voters and country are right to return the love shown by Nigel.

        Vote UKIP :-)

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      • 20

        The first part of your post is impossible, the second is devoutly to be wished for

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    • 11
      Bosun Higgs says:

      751 MPs x staff of 20, say, x lunch e50 say, wow, that’s 751,000 euros a day just pn food and wine!

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    • 105
      I only want to be happy says:

      Meaningless acronyms. God preserve us. What did we do to end up in such a depressing, souless world with such a massive distance between us and them?

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      • 112
        BBC 24hr rolling bollocks says:

        I believe the Cons are part of the EPP and we know what a bunch of liberal tosspots they are so that big blue wedge may as well be red as well.
        At local national or European level rest assured whatever you vote you’ll get a liberal bed wetter calling the shots.
        No wonder lefties and the BBC love the fucking EU so much.

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      • 251
        cured lefty says:

        Happy …….its really gonna be hard to be happy in the future

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  5. 5
    Ed Moribund says:

    Fancy not knowing the name of your representative.

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    • 10
      Bosun Higgs says:

      How many people in Swindon could name their political ‘leaders’, do you think?

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      • 16
        Swindon names says:

        There is a chap who supports Swindon Town Football Club who has changed his name by deed poll to Dave Clark to Swindon Town Dave.

        ps he has tattooed all the Swindon Town managers about his person>

        Who do our wannabe leaders look up to?

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  6. 7
    Swindonian says:

    Pint of 3Bs, Grant?

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  7. 9
    Anonymous says:

    Did Murdoch just crack the whip?

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  8. 12
    Bacon Sarnie Watch says:

    I want to see a picture of him eating…

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  9. 13
    King James 1 says:

    Millipede, Crapps it’s all the flippin same!

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  10. 14
    "Toilets" Farage says:

    5 years ago I made eye contact with a Romanian and I’ve been cursed ever since.

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  11. 15

    Vote UKIP :-)

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    • 17
      Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

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    • 107
      I only want to be happy says:

      You may as well be showiung me a wiring diagram for my central heating system. These little fan shaped things are meaningless.

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    • 151
      broderick crawford says:

      So the OTHERS will be the kingmakers then

      Who the feck are the OTHERS ??

      Says it all about incomprehensible Euro voting does it not ?

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      • 161
        C O (Ξ7t1) says:

        I think the others are the non-inscrits – those not aligned with a Parliamentary group.

        The forecasts are boosting their numbers because of Le Penn and Wilder : Their party MEPs are non-inscrit.

        Following their commentary today they may well see a massive turn around in the actual voting compared to the polls.

        EPP / Federalists will likely be dominant group, and set of MEPs in the Parliament, and President will likely be Federalist also.

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  12. 18
    The Admiral says:

    Somebody thinks you’re the man. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/educationnews/10846531/Traditional-university-lectures-being-consigned-to-history.html Suspected he’s referring to Theresa May. Doesn’t think much of discus either. Bit off topic but…

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  14. 26
    Dave Axelrod says:

    Jesus H Christ what one of Ed’s Carers thought it would be a good Idea to give him a breakfast bun?
    You know he can’t eat solids without looking weird.
    Now get your head back in the game catch that low ball and pitch it back into left field.
    Show me that spunk Duke Mandelson told me you labour guys are full of.

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  15. 27
    The British media are cunts says:

    The BBC bitch seems to have removed her Twitter account.

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    • 35
      Shoot me now FFS says:

      What worries me is that these immature people with no common sense reach such high places.
      If Putin kicked the door in the whole rotten structure would collapse into a hysterical mess of Lambrini wine fuelled tears and soiled G string

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  16. 29
    Armando Ianucci says:

    Labour Leader walks into press bear-trap on Tuesday. Tries to wriggle. Fails. Looks awkward, stupid and evasive. Carpets his apparatchiks. No change there.

    Conservative Chairman walks into same obvious bear-trap on Wednesday. Hasn’t done the obvious 5-second check. Doesn’t wriggle. Scores avoidable own-goal. Looks like a lightweight moron. Gets carpeted by PM. No change there.

    What do you mean I can’t use that in the script? Sorry – you mean it REALLY happened? This week? You’re kidding?

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    • 67
      BBC red bottom says:

      Sorry Armando, its just not credible.

      And nor is this story line about a fourth party protest vote causing panic with Nicola Murray and Peter Mannion.. We like the idea that Stuart and Malcolm team up to pour buckets and buckets of slime over the fourth party. Oh, that is a good idea. And bringing in the press and the Media to help with the attacks… .. but then you have this party called ..let’s see…FU-EU is it? Well..you have them winning an election..

      its jut too far fetched Armando..even for you.

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  17. 31
    Bosun Higgs says:

    Did anyone here go to Lethbridge Road or Commonweal?

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  18. 32
    For our future says:

    I know a lot of you plan to UKIP tomorrow, but think about what we’re doing to the planet. We have to put the world and our future ahead of individual self-interest.

    Make the right choice. Vote Green. It’s for all of us.

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    • 36
      R. Youshore says:

      Nurse ! Nurse !!!

      Liked by 1 person

    • 43
      BBC 24hr rolling bollocks says:

      Yep that is all I need.
      To give the Establishment the impression I’m happy being taxed to oblivion.
      Fair enough for a left winger perhaps but for me voting green would be the equivalent of asking a r*pist to fuck me harder.

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    • 52
      Anonymous says:

      If the condition of Brighton under Green rule is an example of their policies then I must decline your request to vote for them.

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    • 68
      popshot.cum says:

      Jog on you fuckwit.

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    • 78
      Anonymous says:

      We’re not doing anything of significance to the planet, do some research instead of reading watermelon propaganda.

      And voting green is not “for all of us”, it’s for the substantial benefit of a certain political minority who abjectly failed to sell us their ideology on its non existent merits and who are now trying to persuade us it’s necessary “to save the planet”.

      Vote anything you like except green and their sympathisers if you want to live in a civilised society with a good life expectancy and standard of living.

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      • 125
        Go Nigel get the twats says:

        Yeah and replace your leader with something with balls, not that screeching larricon from elsewhere or the plucked eyebrow airhead.

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    • 186
      táxpáyér says:

      Labour just hate Britain and British people but the greens.. .They hate humanity.

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  19. 33
    I'm voting UKIP because says:

    there’s a moth in my bathroom and I’m pretty sure it’s Romanian.

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    • 85
      Satire not your strong point is it? says:

      No there’s a space in your bed where a girlfriend would be if you weren’t such a boring twat.

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  20. 38
    Unite Against Fascism, Hope Not Hate says:

    We abhor violence. Except when it’s a UKIP candidate being stabbed by our muslim friends.

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    • 62
      intergalacticsuperhero says:

      You got the name wrong; it’s “Hate not hope”

      I have just realised that what Conservative central office did was to deliberately actuate a hate campaign against UKIP.

      The irony is that all those sickeningly smug commentators in the media joined in the shouting and kicking, unconscious of the fact that they were willingly participating in a hate crime.

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      • 98
        Tachybaptus says:

        You have just realised? Well, it may have taken months, but we have to congratulate you on the penny finally dropping.

        (Talking about dropping, what about that embarrassing moniker?)

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        • 114
          intergalacticsuperhero says:

          I had to pick an instant name to log on to WordPress, because WordPress wouldn’t accept the name I’ve been using for years.

          I was knackered at the end of the day and my children were watching a Marvel film—-

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  21. 39
    Who_are_Yu_Anyway says:

    Is it not the mark of a roaring good fellow that he intentionally forgets any nonentity that crosses his path in the course of a day – or two weeks in the Algarve for that matter?
    The whole world’s too full of the ruddies buggers. They stare at you vacantly from every street corner.
    Mr bloody somethng, Dr so and so, Miss go and have a facelift – as if I care to remember even as much as your mug – never mind your silly Monica.
    Be off with you all, including you ruddy vainglorious radio presenters too. Any blurbing or whining voice that comes out of a box must be that of a nonentity or some rat that has found its way in but can’t find its way out.

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  22. 40
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    HHEEEEELLLLLLLPPPPP !!

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    • 42
      The British media are cunts says:

      Clegg is a cuunt

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      • 83
        innsidh na geòidh as t-fhoghar e says:

        he is also the lord president of the privy council aka the monarch tells him what she wants her government to do… because you know the united kingdom in reality is actually a dictatorship.

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    • 66
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Must brush up on my Waloon.

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      • 93
        Pedant says:

        Don’t bother, as it’s virtually a dead language. It would be like learning Cornish when you visit Cornwall. In Wallonia they speak Belgian French I.e. French to nearly all intents and purposes.

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        • 101
          Tachybaptus says:

          Slightly better than French really, as they have words for 70, 80 and 90, sadly absent in normal French.

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          • Pedant says:

            😃Thanks Tachy, I didn’t know that.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            As, indeed, the Swiss French do.

            Civilized, at least in part…

            Yes please, I’ll have a Martigny please.

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          • Go Nigel get the twats says:

            French have quatre vingts for eighty, correct on the remainder.

            33%.

            Must try harder.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Huitante or Octant, if you had cared to check.

            http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/80_%28nombre%29

            A Brownian zero % for you.

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          • Tachybaptus says:

            Go Nigel — you call quatre vingts a proper word for eighty? Pah.

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          • Édouard Bolleaux says:

            Quaterie vingty? C’est vrai, n’est-ce pas? Er …

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          • Me again says:

            Indeed, at the time I was living en Suisse and had naturally assimilated their version of French. When I was one time passing through some bit of Belgium had to fill the car with petrol and inadvertently said ‘nonente’ instead of either the local equivalent or the proper correct French.

            The garage attendant called me (in his local version of French) “a Swiss cvnt”. He was a bit taken aback when I casually mentioned in my best and poshest accent English that I was from the UK and just passing through.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            @Me again

            Wonderful! :-D

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  23. 41
    The British media are cunts says:

    Could BBC lefty bitch be in trouble with police? Tweets could indicate a desire to influence voting and I’m sure that’s an offence in run up to an election. Although the BBC and Channel 4 have been trying that on for weeks.

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    • 56
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      I fear our Electoral Commission is peopled by the usual useless placemen (and women), toothless, but on a very nice salary and expenses, thank you!. Same as all the other so called watch dogs, Ofgem are particularly disgraceful.

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    • 65
      intergalacticsuperhero says:

      Her Twitter page gave her employer as the BBC and showed her job title.

      That makes her tweets officially BBC sourced.

      If she wanted her tweets to be considered a private matter she should have left off her employer’s name and her job title.

      There is no escaping the fact that what she wrote on her twitter page is officially BBC sourced.

      Liked by 1 person

      • 208
        The Licence Fee's a Poll Tax says:

        Yep she used the BBC and her job title to lend her tweets credence.

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    • 127
      Go Nigel, get the twats says:

      Looking forward to the first mooz taking a selfie in the station and banged to rights. It could be a long time……

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  24. 45
    Imran says:

    I have sendings last month 70,000 posting votes for the Laybears parting by me and my 69,999 cousins. You are all kafir. Death to the West.

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    • 91
      Imrans cousin says:

      But Imran we are jam packed full even Jampacful who runs the corner shop say’s so.

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  25. 46
    Steve Right says:

    Does anyone know the name of anyone in Swindon FFS? How many people could find it on a map of the UK?

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  26. 47
    Labour says:

    Vote Labour or we’ll stab you.

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  27. 48
    Mr & Mrs Hamilton says:

    We’re both voting UKIP because we want a future in which oyr children can grow up surrounded only by people exactly like Nigel Farage.

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    • 54
      It's my body nobody else's says:

      I don’t want my children to grow up.period

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    • 86
      Steve Right says:

      Name one Tory politician, or Tory-cocksucking newspaper editor / columnist who lives anywhere remotely multicultural and I’ll listen to you.

      Establishment multiculturalists never, ever live anywhere near the diversity they advocate. But that’s ok, in the modern left – and that includes the Tories – it doesn’t matter what you do or how you live, it’s what you say that counts. Like Polly with her Tuscany villa or Billy Bragg with his Dorset mansion or the Guardian with its trust in a tax haven.

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    • 87
      Steve Right says:

      Name one Tory politician, or Tory-gobbling newspaper editor / columnist who lives anywhere remotely multicultural and I’ll listen to you.

      Establishment multiculturalists never, ever live anywhere near the diversity they advocate. But that’s ok, in the modern left – and that includes the Tories – it doesn’t matter what you do or how you live, it’s what you say that counts. Like Polly with her Tuscany villa or Billy Bragg with his Dorset mansion or the Guardian with its trust in a tax haven.

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  28. 49
    Axel Foley's Rod says:

    I think that the leader of the Labour party, whoever he is..or she is.,..is doing a splendid job and they have my full support.

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    • 57
      Dave Axelrod says:

      Sure I know the Labour leaders name it’s Len Mc’klowski

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      • 64
        Axel Foley's Rod says:

        That’s not it ya idiot. Its the other one .. wassisname… David McKlowski ..?

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        • 76
          Dave Axelrod says:

          Dave Mcklowski pitched for the New York Jets Len McKlowski is the British guy whose in charge of the Teamsters.

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  29. 53
    Disaster looming says:

    I’m sure the main parties have already prepared their explanations for the results.

    The Cons will say it’s typical mid-term unpopularity and a protest vote.

    The Lib Dems will say they understand people are angry about the tough choices they’ve had to make.

    Labour will say it’s a disaster for the Tories and that Labour never expected to do well anyway because of all the negative campaigning by UKIP.

    The Greens will have already gone home to eat cottage cheese and drink organic free trade skimmed goats milk.

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    • 63
      Boom Tish says:

      Another excuse and said without any irony at all.
      It’s only the Euro parliament elections they’re not really that important

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    • 71
      Ey yay adio voting is tomorrow. says:

      You have to admit trying to destroy the messenger and leaving the rest of the party to get on with it’s voting campaign, was a stupid mistake by all the other parties, I fear it was done by sheer hate and hate clouds all your other senses, none of these party’s are worthy of a vote , can’t see an excuse for the media except they have now been proved to be the politicians lapdogs and will never be trusted again.

      Don’t forget to vote 22nd May 2014

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      • 119
        White rabbit says:

        The 3 main parties behaviour has been entirely predictable but the way the creature commentariat has covered events has been incredible and shocking.
        Big day tomorrow. Hugely important.

        Liked by 1 person

  30. 55
    Apples and pears and dirty stares says:

    I just don’t care anymore, the LibLabCons can go to hell in a handcart for all I care, they proved they’re not worthy of organising a piss up in a brewery, they have certainly proved their not to be trusted , they have nearly destroyed democracy, snidy ,shifty lot of barstewards, tomorrow and 2015 I will vote UKIP.

    Don’t forget tomorrow is voting day, you can’t complain if you don’t vote, so go and vote, your vote , your choice.

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  31. 58
    common purpose eraser caper crew says:

    remember to take a ink pen with you tomorrow as many polling stations are known to provide pencils for people to mark their ballot papers with.

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  32. 60
    Rear Admiral Owen Jones says:

    I’ll vote UKIP because I sometimes like to iron my pants with the curtains open .

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    • 72
      Abdul Al-Ansar-Mahamood {Mrs} says:

      I’m voting Labour because my husband fills the forms in.

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      • 104
        Abdul Al-Ansar-Mahamood says:

        I’m voting Labour 204 times because my local party fills the forms in. And my wife is voting Labour 51 times because a woman is only worth a quarter as much as a man.

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    • 140
      Labour Mong says:

      I am voting Labour because I cannot chew gum and fart at the same time.

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  33. 73
    David Axlegrease says:

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    • 90
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      People want to see a manifesto, not a shopping list for the Co-op, Doh!

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    • 102
      Book of the Month says:

      “My Wife’s Shopping” by Franz Lizst.

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    • 103
      Dan Hodges Cat says:

      Just spotted this on Dans desk
      ‘In the land of the blind the one eyed man is king’
      Newsflash Dan you’re not the only one to recognise that Ed Miliband is a knob.

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  34. 81
    Desperate 'Dave' says:

    How will I explain it to AngleR ??

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  35. 82
    Socialism is theft says:

    Cubans and Venezuelans are racists and xenophobes because their leaders run their country and they can choose who they let into their country.

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    • 203
      táxpáyér says:

      Yes, but like all Marxists countries the people are slaves. Try leaving Cuba.

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    • 213
      JH34891230-48-92 says:

      No no no it doesn’t apply to them you see.

      It’s only horrendously whíte people who owe such a debt of Empire to the lovely brówn skinned people of the world that they are expected to deny themselves and their progeny the right to life and land.

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  36. 89
    popshot.cum says:

    I’m really looking forward to tomorrow.

    Sometimes party reps will turn up at the voting location and ask who you are voting for.

    Usually i would tell them to fuck off and mind there own beeswax.

    Tomorrow i’m gonna tell everyone at the polling station that i’m voting UKIP.

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  37. 92
    David Cameron says:

    I am a fist

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  38. 94
    White rabbit says:

    Poor insight and preparation. c-

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  39. 95

    Why would he for Gods sake. Its getting pathetic.

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      Bert says:

      I disagree, but I defend to the death your right to say it. Even though it is a teensy bit raycist.

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        Ockham's Razor says:

        We’ll all be posting like this if Ed Miliband got in.

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          Bert says:

          Your grammar leads me to suspect a sockpuppet is at work.

          PS If it was just a typo, would you care to explain your deliberate misspelling of “Occam”? And whatever happened to Schrödinger’s moggy?

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            It has been a special day for me and, although not three-sheets-to-the-wind, I am slightly tired and quite happy. You are correct. I am not perfect. Thank you for noticing. ;-)

            To the point about William of Ockham, he lived c. 1287–1347, well before the standardisation of spelling. Who is to say what spelling was correct? I used in my early management years to have control of my firm’s interests in Surrey and Sussex and often dr’ove through that pretty village, so I incline towards the now-standard spelling that you will find on your road map (should anyone use such outmoded things any more.)

            Think about William of Ockham and Diogenes (both heroes of mine) and you will see they have a lot in common.

            As to the other individual you mention – never heard of him/her/it.

            But hark!

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      Me says:

      I detect a missing semi-colon. (Or rather, I don’t detect it).

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  41. 109
    Nick Clegg says:

    Everyone in the LibDem party knows who the leader is
    It’s Garry Glitter.

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  42. 110
    Fishy says:

    A retweet this time from the BBC’s Robert Peston.

    Retweeted by Robert Peston
    Pete Fraser ‏@petefrasermusic · May 19
    DO go and vote on thurs. It isn’t hard, and a lot of people who are MASSIVE pricks definitely will, so every normo who shows up is a bonus.

    I wonder what attracted Peston to this tweet and why he though it worth ‘broadcasting’ it?

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      The Human Centipede says:

      Politicians and journalists like Peston who are in this human centipede sniffing each others farts are no longer in a position to judge what is normal.
      I and millions of others are looking at you in horror.

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        Somebody else says:

        Give him Paxo’s NN job. The daily comedy content will be invaluable in helping to de-stress after a busy day.

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  43. 113
    Jezza says:

    Who’s that Australian guy who heads up the Green Party?

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  44. 115
    Hoots! It's Clown says:

    I’m great remembering names, ask my wife, errr…Mary, Mary Beard that’s it!

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  45. 122
    Fruitcake and swivel eyed loony loving the panic and utter desperation says:

    The day of reckoning is but 14 short hours away.

    Vote UKIP, get UKIP.

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  46. 123
    Grant Schapps says:

    Vote Tory!

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  47. 128
    PP says:

    Huffington Post Suggests Talking About Media Ownership is Anti-Semitic

    http://www.prisonplanet.com/huffington-post-suggests-talking-about-media-ownership-is-anti-semitic.html

    In a hit piece on UKIP founding member and MEP Gerard Batten, Huffington Post columnist Asa Bennett makes the bizarre implication that questioning media ownership is an act of anti-Semitism.

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  48. 130
    Don't look this way, look over there says:

    I see the police are taking up station in a number of polling stations tomorrow according to Sky, why didn’t we get an UN voting monitors, I was saying we need some last week, has this country come to this, third world electioneering, shame on all politicians and media for allowing the country to get into this situation.

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      Ab Dulls cousin ..er Rafiq says:

      You country so naive. Stupid infidels.

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      Is it wrong that watching Ann Robinson gives me a stiffie says:

      Good. Maybe they will do something about the Labour candidate who hangs around our local polling station like he owns the place

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      rimboooo says:

      Has been said many times, the establishment can’t be trust and will try to shaft ukip.

      We have now had many judges saying that postal voting is rife with fraud but nothing happens.

      Id different areas different rules apply but normally volunteers can request to observe the counting. It is tedious but just being there even for an hour might just scare them off from simply chucking ukip votes in the bin or anything so obvious as that.

      Of course whatever happens expect the BBC to announce results as:

      Tonight the results are finally in. In 2nd place, a great success for Ed Miliband, with the Tories trailing 2 % behind. We ask: Are the conservative party still too full of British people? And are all men r.a.p.is.t.s

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      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      The police will be complicit in the anti UKIP election fraud in the same manner as in the Salford by election.

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    Go Nigel, get the twats says:

    How does Yougov have Liebor on equal vote share with UKIP? Surely the Benefit Party sheep don’t give a fuck about Europe, they probably think it’s an American state.

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      Anonymous says:

      They don’t know anything about anything, it’s a simple stimulus – response thing.

      “There is an election – I will go to the polling station and mark a cross against anything which says Labour.”

      If the process is any more complicated, they fail miserably, which is a good reason why it should be.

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      haddock says:

      the landlord here used to pride himself that he was ‘in front’ with the gossip, even boasted about it, I expect that he will catch up eventually.

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        I only want to be happy says:

        Off trying to find someone in the Tory party who has a clue what to do next.

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    C O (Ξ7t1) says:

    Hopefully the LibLabCon mission to p!ss off the country and then make themselves look total mongs – ie. their contribution to UKIP – will be over soon so as we can return to business as usual.

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    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Nick Robinson – Now Mr Farage, what was the name of the person that sat in seat 16 row D block E for the 1923 FA Cup Final.

    Nigel Farage – Fuck off Robinson you loon, and then Farage nuts Robinson.

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    sellout says:

    Why is this a surprise? None of the three parties of the devil have supporters in the country any more.

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    Anon. says:

    photo/1

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    Ockham's Razor says:

    Right we are going to be very happy after tomorrow (OK, we will have to wait for the actual results) but it will be too late for lazy, overfed, journos to try and hold back the tide.

    So I am going to make you miserable first, or at least try, with the noble intention that, when the happiness does come, it will be an even more enjoyable contrast.

    Talking about Vecchia Romagna Italian Brandy, which we weren’t, I’ll be the first to admit – I have a bottle of it in front of me right now. I say a bottle because the glass part of it is there – and the label and stopper. It is a shape somewhat similar to Dimple Haig, three rounded sides. Bit like Mariah Carey at eight months term, really. There is a small amount of dark brown nectar skulking in the bottom, the rest having descended down my gullet over a number of days. Delicious. Absolutely fucking delicious!

    Now, here’s the killer. I bought it locally (well near Muggia, Trieste actually) for the grand sum of €7.99. Curious as to what it cost in the UK, I found it for £24.99. Four times the price I paid for it.

    How ever good it tasted before I discovered these facts, I must admit that each treasured sip is even more wonderful now…

    And at least you know I am saying this for an honourable reason, even if you, quite understandably, curse me for it now. Please believe me, this hurts me even more than I know it hurts you.

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    Ab Dulls cousin ..er Rafiq says:

    Stop Press:

    Mr Nobinson have loaded shooty thing on Waterloo Bridge and opening mouth.

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  57. 146
    non taxable pikey says:

    “Tight race as parties make final Euro and local pitch”
    Hopefully this headline will come back and bite the Baluchistan Broadcasting Corporation in the backside.

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  58. 152
    Ockham's Razor says:

    So Happy Birthday to Brillo!

    OAP at last. He won’t have to earn anything from the BBC any more as the state will entreat him with munificence…

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    PP says:

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    who gives a fuck? says:

    Hey guys, it’s Swindon we’re talking about here.

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  61. 155
    The tonk known as Roger Helmer says:

    l will vote UKIP because I’m worried black people will start breeding with gay people and we’ll create a master race of amazing dancers.

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  62. 157
    bumpo pumpo says:

    Schnappo is the type of bloke who farts in a beerglass

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    Vote UKIP :-D

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  64. 160
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    i don’t only want out of the EU – but i and others in a growing army of people – want the judical mob – fucking hanged for their duplicity.

    Take back your country – there is a growing army of people taking back the fucking courts which are ours and not those fucking wig wearing bastards.

    Obviously been a little busy – fucking over some wigs.

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      Ockham's Razor says:

      Tomorrow the equally unlovely Whigs will get a good “fucking over”.

      Seems appropriate.

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        Tachybaptus says:

        More like adopting the missionary position and then no one gets into bed with you.

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          Ockham's Razor says:

          LibDems are rather like clouds.

          Once they have fucked off, your day brightens up.

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    C O (Ξ7t1) says:

    This one is for our Russ!an audience:

    ;-)

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      David Axelrod says:

      God bless her and all who sailed on her

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      Ockham's Razor says:

      Having been out for a treat today, I did not see your earlier post regarding the Holy Alliance and Third Rome until recently.

      I have seen this stuff often before and understand your tin-foil remarks.

      We are going back to the days of wooden battleships, horse transport, no universal education and so many other differences that I just do not see it happening. Bear in mind I was in Sisak county last week and it is just like stepping back 200 years. But the Peasant’s Party there barely registers on the Richter scale of support now.

      The appeal through religion is an interesting phenomenon though and I am convinced from my experiences that, in Europe at least, faith stands as a proxy for other motives in matters of conflict.

      As a human race we are still heavily fucked up over religion and how to deal with it. No more than the USA, a secular constitution with its First Amendment but which still prints “In God We Trust” on its dollar bills.

      Mind you, after the abandonment of Bretton Woods, who else is going to act as guarantor? ;-)

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        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        i take up one of your points of ‘fucked up over religion’.

        That Welby has espoused in pinky that gay marriage is now law as if it should be accepted – is an abomination. That Welby is ‘suborned thus’ to the law – expresses his blind, stupid and wilful ‘ignorance of the law’.

        No – Welby – it is not good law – it is bull/s law but that a religious head is so suborne to false and unlawful law – is to Welby’s disgrace.

        Anyone in Welby’s tribe should ‘object to and reject’ his wrong belief structures – he is now a slave to the legal mob.

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          Ockham's Razor says:

          Religion is politics by means which don’t even require reason.

          As a non-theist, I respect people’s rights to practice their religions. But those who temper their religious beliefs to that extent surely cannot have been devout in the first place IMHO.

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          • C O (Ξ7t1) says:

            Religion is actualization of man’s irrational side.

            Even if not a theist, you will still feel emotions and have your own unique beliefs.

            If you codified those beliefs, associated them with symbols and have others follow you, if you pass the tests for not being a cult you have a religion.

            The belief, the invisible God is within the person. The person needs to project that belief outside in order to follow it.

            If you think carefully about the concept of leap of faith, and what is required in order to paradigm shift accepted sovereignty from one perceived authority to another, you will start to see why the European Constitution needs to be drafted, how Federalization places the capstone on the EU project, and puts the spirit of Europe (a God) in the newly constructed temple.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Man, being what he is, will always attempt to subvert the understanding of this God. I promise you that, to er, well… God.

            The Marxist non-god in fact became reified. The concrete nature of this was never better exemplified by the apparatchiks’ dachas FFS! Wonderful how non-god God looked after them, it almost makes me want to weep.

            As long as God makes little green apples, it will become subverted with the EU, if we let it. God wants us to have spies in our cars so he can tell if one of us crashes into a tree at the bottom of a ravine in Siberia. Meanwhile the insurers will data-mine us to hell and back and make profits from it, charge us extra if we drive more than the speed limits and so on but all this will be fine because God wants it that way.

            Oops! I have just created a religion from my irrational side. :-)

            Sorry, it has been a special day today and have been celebrating. God knows why…

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          • C O (Ξ7t1) says:

            Most men rely on their beliefs to be defined for them by others – eg. Organized religion, Political Parties etc. They can be subverted for good effect – eg. belief in a welfare state system – as well as bad – eg. N’azism.

            The concepts are radical and easy to ridicule, but reflect on it for a bit and you may ‘see the light’ so to speak.

            + Glad you had a special day – hope it was good :-D

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          C O (Ξ7t1) says:

          It is only statutory law, not cannon law.

          Pinky marriage will never be on the same footing as Marriage as there is no true procreation. Most same sex couples recognize that which is why civil partnerships were sufficient.

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        C O (Ξ7t1) says:

        It is still very relevant, particularly to R’ussia:

        http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/monkey-cage/wp/2014/03/13/dont-underestimate-importance-of-religion-for-understanding-russias-actions-in-crimea/?tid=pm_politics_pop

        No need to be so nihilistic: Look to the light – remember that the modern Europe being born is the daughter of Elysium.

        Europeans need to reaffirm their faith in themselves and God.

        The EU C’ommission have been able to build the temple, but they cannot build the God which will occupy it. That needs to be from the People.

        This is why God is conspicuously absent from the EU at present.

        When the soul is added so will be the spark of life.

        The construct will be eternally beautiful and able to bring light to the rest of man currently in darkness.

        I think this is roughly what the idea is: And we all need that to succeed.

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          Ockham's Razor says:

          Surprised that you call me nihilistic. I do say things at times to provoke argument and think you know that by now. But we have discussed metaphysical concepts and philosophical idealism for some considerable time here.

          My position is that we are all fallible as human beings. So any person who says I know there is a God, or Allah, or Yawhey; or who says there is no God; anyone who makes any such claim on the basis that their faith must necessarily override any other system, particularly the legal system of a country, the more particularly of a democratic country; any such person is failing to recognise their own fallibility and consigning the human race to the Hobbesian pure state of nature.

          But there is plenty in idealist thinking to allow for ethics, beauty, Zeitgeist, love, passion and all these other things which actually make life worth living and justify an unending striving for improvement.

          Putin is using the Orthodox Church quite cynically IMO.

          Now having said all that, I am prepared to entertain any arguments which attempt to prove me wrong. Perhaps I am. But they are going to have to be pretty convincing. And they will never include a basic assumption that there is an all-powerful, all-loving God on whose existence I have to accept without adequate cause.

          Why do we need this to succeed? If it is to be the successor of the Holy Roman Empire we ought to remember the words of Voltaire:This agglomeration which was called and which still calls itself the Holy Roman Empire was neither holy, nor Roman, nor an empire.

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          • C O (Ξ7t1) says:

            Federalization is the only way to provide long term political stability and security for Western Europe.

            The US cannot maintain its commitment indefinitely, and as independent states there are not resources enough to hold the threat R’ussia presents.

            The key article of Federalization is the C’onstitution which in a Federal system is above the law, and from which all law flows. The only authority above the C’onstitution is God itself.

            An attempt to bring such a system into being based on purely material or technocratic ideas will fail as the men which follow it will not be completely invested: They will simply not be able to ‘love’ it.

            The alternatives if the project does not succeed are not good.

            The UK itself should not be part of the Federal system there as the UK is not ready for this C’onstitutionally or otherwise. The UK has a critical role to play, along with the US in helping Europe establish itself.

            This may also interest:

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Federalism is a contronym so we have to be very careful as to exactly what we are talking about here.

            It is interesting that we are discussing this amid other discussions over the legalisation of homosexual marriage.

            Margaret Thatcher’s words “ring” out even more clearly when she said no to “…federalism by the back Delors”. Sorry. Had to get that one in. Oops, perhaps I could have put that better…

            A lot of amusing replies to that tweet – from all sides of the argument.

            In an attempt to be serious for a moment, I do think that a coming together of Europe in trade will help to prevent the problems in the first half of the last century.

            The problem is that the dr!ving forces of this are doing it for their own self-aggrandisement, or for the money, or both. Therefore they have forced the pace and forced it in all the wrong areas, a problem not untypical of politicians all around the western world at the moment.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Federalism is a contronym so we have to be very careful as to exactly what we are talking about here.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            It is interesting that we are discussing this amid other discussions over the legalisation of homosexual marriage.

            Margaret Thatcher’s words “ring” out even more clearly when she said no to “…federalism by the back Delors”. Sorry. Had to get that one in. Oops, perhaps I could have put that better…

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            A lot of amusing replies to that tweet – from all sides of the argument.

            In an attempt to be serious for a moment, I do think that a coming together of Europe in trade will help to prevent the problems in the first half of the last century.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            The problem is that the dr!ving forces of this are doing it for their own self-aggr’and!sement, or for the money, or both. Therefore they have forced the pace and forced it in all the wrong areas, a problem not un’typical of politicians all around the western world at the moment.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            The problem is that the dr!ving forces of this are doing it for their own self-aggrandise’ment, or for the money, or both. Therefore they have forced the pace and forced it in all the wrong areas, a problem not untypical of politicians all around the western world at the moment.

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          • C O (Ξ7t1) says:

            Federation in the Montesquieu sense: The EU needs to transition from the current confederation to that structure (as per Spinelli) in order to remain politically stable.

            The alternative is to break up, which will precipitate war in Europe.

            (Breakup would equivocate to the Lords intervention with the builders of Babel and the actions which led them to abandon their endeavour. That should be avoided, especially as the main confounding agent in the current instance is R’ussia.)

            The changes in the UK – like Gay Marriage – were made in order to bring certain aspects of the UK system closer to that of Europe whilst sovereignty had been transferred to the EU.

            That sovereignty is now being transferred back – UKIP.

            If Europe successfully federalizes, the UK may need to join that Union at some point in the future. That will require C’onstitutional reform here first.

            Until the UK joins it will need to ensure it adopts and enshrines similar values in order to continue good relations with Europe, as we share with the US. With the US we had advantage of sharing the common system of law. With Europe the story is slightly different which is why we had to change.

            R’ussia knows that Europe will be politically weaker than normal whilst it goes through it’s transition phase which is why it is getting aggressive now. It would prefer for a weakened union to attach to its own Federation: Which would transfer sovereignty to M’oscow, rather than either B’russels or S’trasbourg.

            R’ussia is prepared to use force to make those gains: The only thing which can stop them is if Europe unites successfully in its new structure.

            I have used symbolism to describe this above to emphasize that this process is more a spiritual test of the People now than material.

            The US wants this structure in place mainly because it knows it cannot continue to protect Europe, and is itself heavily invested in the construct known as the EU.

            There are other reasons as well, if you note the symbols associated with US / EU, and that these are ‘mirrors’ on many levels.

            Recommend this:

            h**p://www.raptusassociation.org/ode1785.html

            And:

            h**p://www.springboard-opps.org/barriers-faced-by-unemployed-young-people-across-europe/

            - Ignore the article – it is the picture which is important.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Thanks. Well constructed, as always.

            I shall respond with my already written response on a current page some time later today.

            It is a fascinating subject where I feel we are tiptoeing around the edges of what is, and what is not, humanly possible.

            Where it takes on Rococo form and breaks its own space, therein lie considerable pitfalls!

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      Tachybaptus says:

      If you push the one at the front do all the others fall over?

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      HM Her Majesty says:

      How many admirals does it take to park this thing?

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    Dave Twin Axles rodding says:

    Ok er Ed, …..I’ve done all I can. Guess you’ll be better off on your own now, there’s always the scotch wee to call, if you need assistance.

    So, I’ll. e calling it a day now, termination takes effect midnight. Of course I’ll take ten months pay as notice in lieu plus first class air tickets for four three times a year for the next ten years. It’s been good..er…er… Seeing your country.

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  67. 168
    Patrick O'Flynn says:

    I hear the youth wing of ukip are starting a steel band…

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      Socialism is theft says:

      Cubans and Venezuelans are racists and xenophobes because they are happy to let their leaders run their country and choose who they let into it.

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        british roma says:

        Yeah, strange that, socialist dictatorships always have the strictest border controls against who they let in. It must be to protect the paradises that they have created against riffraff like us.

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        • 195
          Jezza says:

          I think the strict border controls are rather to stop people fleeing the socialist shitholes

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          • british roma says:

            Oh yeah, it’s obvious when you point it out. You must realise that I’m the product of two thick lefties with not a brain cell between them, which is probably why I couldn’t work such a simple thing out for myself.

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    • 178
      David Axelrod says:

      The parents of children in Labours youth wing are so wealthy they send their kids to Barbados for steel drum lessons.

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  68. 172
    I'm voting UKIP tomorrow says:

    because I just poked myself in the eye and I’m pretty sure those pesky Romanians next door had something to do with it.

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    • 175
      saddo watch says:

      Fuck off Jonty you gay cretin

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      nell says:

      Never mind about them are you employed full time? and do you look after your garden? and do you contribute to your community? and do you look after your children properly and ensure they are getting a proper education? and do you respect your neighbours?

      If you do all of these things who cares what colour or religion you are because these are the things that make us British!

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      I'm voting UKIP because the leftwing say don't says:

      Weak piss poor humour to compliment the weak piss poor arguments.
      Go and have a wank over your mums copy of The Joy of Sex.
      Don’t be put off by that bearded guy featured because he looks just like your dad.
      Pretend it’s your sister or something.

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  69. 179
    Socialism is theft says:

    I know who will be running our country after the next General election. The EU.

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  70. 180
    Owen Jones says:

    After much though I shall be voting Green tomorrow. A vote for a real alternative with left views >>Thanks!

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  71. 189
    nell says:

    Well if there is a time for a protest vote in favour of ukip this is probably IT!!

    Very interesting to see what happens tomorrow!

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    • 205
      Old bat Watch says:

      But you told us your family was voting Conservative.

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    • 218
      Nell The self basting Turkey looking forward to Christmas says:

      Nell please tell what is the point?
      Of you I mean

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      • 249
        Have a heart says:

        A gal has to eat. What do you expect her to do at her age? Go back on the game?

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        • 269
          Nell The self basting Turkey looking forward to Christmas says:

          I’m sorry to be rude but Nell hasn’t got the monopoly on having kids/grandkids.
          I have them as well and am equally as fearful of the consequences of a Labour win in 2015 but,
          What Cameron’s Conservatives have done is unforgivable no going back downright unforgivable.
          I’ve read her comments since she first arrived and she has said nothing special just ‘preach to the converted’ opinions and observations.
          She has taught me nothing and even after being here best part of 5 years obviously hasn’t learned anything herself.
          That is why I asked her what is the point?

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          • Somebody else says:

            Too much turnip soup rots the brain.

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          • Old bat Watch says:

            Thank you, I thought I was alone.

            My own theory is that country inbreeding has a lot to answer for, at least they can watch the telly now instead, one imagines.

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  72. 202
    Anonymous says:

    I’m voting UKIP tomorrow but I’d vote for anyone other than the ConDemns. And I speak as one who thought no one could be worse than new labour. Wrong!! That line from Dante that those who are neither hot nor cold are the worst and will be spewed from the mouth now makes a lot of sense.

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    • 230
      Vote for Nige says:

      As I live in a pin-a-rosette-on-a-donkey and they will vote Labour Constituency, the Euro elections are the only ones when I feel my vote will count for something, however little.

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  73. 217
    albacore says:

    Surely Parliament’s organised support
    In the councils and ordure of that sort
    Don’t require M Ps to be on the ball -
    All answer to “arsehole” when bigwigs call

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    • 234
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Ordure! ordure!, the speaker did spake,
      who’s shit in the chamber,
      and made no mistake?.

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  74. 225
    The British media are cunts says:

    When Theresa May handed out her bollicking to useless fat plod she should have been wearing knee length black leather boots.

    Get rid of Cameron and put her in charge and the Tories might have a chance,

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    • 235
      Don't look this way, look over there says:

      No chance, she needs to sort out the real problems, ACPO and not allowing university students in with a Microsoft office package degree, go straight in to senior police levels, everybody should have to do the training from the start and work their way through the system.

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      • 245
        The British media are cunts says:

        True, but I think she just looked fucked off with fat useless plod. Hardly blame her, they are fucking useless and cowardly. Utter waste of fucking DNA

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      • 246
        HM Her Majesty says:

        Very true. ACPO Ltd stinks to high heaven.

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  75. 226
    Ed Balls says:

    After my recent non appearances the party has begun calling me The Fart.

    Silent but deadly

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    • 238
      David Axelrod says:

      There you go take a leaf outa Ed Crinklsacks book and learn to keep a low profile.

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    • 253
      jgm2 says:

      I’m starting to think of you as silent but … silent.

      Either you’re brewing up a Livingstonesque coup for leadership or there’s a monster story about to break with you in the frame (and not in a good way) or the pencil-necked Miliband has, somewhat laughably, slapped you into place.

      Either way your absence is most welcome.

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  76. 227
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Stick two fingers up to “Political Correctness” – tommorrow.

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  77. 228
    Ed Balls says:

    Vote labour if you want to stay in bed until noon!

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  78. 231
    Rolf's animal hospital says:

    Poor little thing.. So weak.. So frail…

    All sounds rather disgusting now.

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    • 243
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Sadly the hamster Ronny passed away in the night despite the best efforts of the veterinary staff to revive him, but he died happy with a full cheek full of nuts.

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  79. 237
    For our future says:

    Do you love your children? Do you care about the planet? Do you believe in creating a more harmonious world where everyone can prosper?

    Don’t put self interest first. Make the right choice. Vote Green. It’s for all of us.

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    • 244
      The Green Party are pretty laid back about concreting over large swathes of Britain says:

      I applaud your ditching of the Labour warmonger party but convince me to vote for the Green party?
      Barking up the wrong tree here buddy.

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  80. 239
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Stick two fingers up at the rotting stinking family court system and Social(ism) serves vices tommorrow esp Rotherham [remember one of the few times that over 1000 comments registered on here in disgust not so long ago].

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    • 248
      Liberal nightmare there's no fucking escape says:

      Scrap Britain’s new supreme court which constantly overrules elected government and is just another liberal back stop to compliment the other fucking liberal backstop which resides in Brussels.

      Like

      • 252
        Lampshade says:

        We need to have a serious look at the judiciary. Many people think judges are disposed to be conservative. In my experience, a significant number of them are crypto-communists/fabian lefties.

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  81. 255
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

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  82. 257
    Anon. says:

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  83. 259
    Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

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  84. 263
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    I HOPE I CAN COUNT ON THE VOTES OF ALL SCROUNGERS AND J1HADISTS.

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    • 301
      Somebody else says:

      Since he is no longer in the country, does that not also cancel the right of his dependents to be here?

      Put them on the first plane to Jedda.

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  85. 265
    Anonymous says:

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  86. 266
    Fruitcake and swivel eyed loony loving the panic and utter desperation says:

    If the Sun’s poll is correct I’m a low grade bank clerk.

    Let’s drop a bouncing bomb on the whole rotten edifice.

    ‘Sir, Sir, it’s gone’

    Apres us the deluge.

    Vote UKIP, get UKIP.

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    • 271
      jgm2 says:

      If the Sun’s poll is correct with a slender 1% lead for UKIP then getting on Labour (large) at 13-5 is a sure-fire way to mitigate the smug gurning face of Useless Ned as he proclaims victory.

      Personally I cannot see Labour getting below 28% – the figure they achieved when the Maximum Imbecile destroyed the UK economy. With a YouGov poll showing UKIP on 27% and Labour on 26% I would suggest that the margin of error will fall in Labour’s favour. There is surely no way that a moron who voted for the economy-wrecking, society-wrecking, class-war-mongering fuckwitatariate of Brown will now decide to abandon labour.

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      • 280
        jgm2 says:

        I should also add that the confusion factor of that ‘A choice for Europe’ party at the top of the ballot form renders a 1% lead meaningless.

        If UKIP have only a 1% lead then backing Labour at 2.5-1 (ish) is a cheap bet.

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    • 284
      In my experience says:

      The Sun is a crock of shit.

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  87. 268
    Anonymous says:

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  88. 273
    Fruitcake and swivel eyed loony loving the panic and utter desperation says:

    NNight covering the ‘election’ of the new European Commission president.

    Apparently the favourite is a bloke who sounds like a WW2 German bomber.

    ‘Bandit over Brussels, let him have it Nigel’.

    ‘Wilko’

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  89. 275
    Rupe says says:

    Obviously I promoted the anti-EU agenda for decades because I saw the EU – with its penchant for regulating the free market – as a threat to my Americo-centred globalist agenda (guaranteed to make me a multi-billionaire, possibly the world’s first trillionaire). But more recently I’ve seen the dangers of this sort of approach. Once you invite populism in there’s no knowing where it will stop…people might want to break up media monopolies for instance.

    So, I’ve told all the guys to slam on the brakes and back the pro-EU elite in the UK. Hence the phrase, the “guy do” what I want him to.

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  90. 278
  91. 281
    A Country called the EU and it's chief C unt says:

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    • 286
      What a twat says:

      On the day that Russia and China have signed a 30 year as deal. Now that is energy security, not his twatting low carbon windmills.

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  92. 293
    a child says:

    This has been a very unsatisfying election altogether. I am left feeling very disappointed at the standards of the reporting in our media and not at all optimistic for the future of our country while so many of the knuckleheads in Westminster remain in charge.

    Anyway, tomorrow I shall go and vote. As it is a secret ballot, I shall not mention any particular parties or candidates.

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  93. 306
    Anonymous says:

    “Shapps Doesn’t Know the Name of Swindon Tory Leader”
    As Shakespeare might have said, if acting as observer in a polling station: What’s in a name? If all policies are interchangeable, and none open to influence from an electorate.

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