May 22nd, 2014

All Quiet on the Doncaster Front

Ed Miliband’s campaign office was hardly a hive of activity earlier, despite the fact there are local elections in Doncaster today.

These carpet baggers can never be relied on…


340 Comments

  1. 1
    Doncaster = A Bit Weird says:

    Is Ed Miliband really the representative face of Doncaster?

    The people of Doncaster are a laughing stock for electing such a prize plonker.

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    • 3
      Hmmmm says:

      No….he’s the representative face of the donkey vote-caster.

      Liked by 2 people

    • 9
      Maximus says:

      No joker willing to convert that to Ed Miliband R.I.P.?

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    • 51
      @BBCNewsnight says:

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    • 115
      JH2382198409283 says:

      I’d say Ed Miliband’s face represents Doncaster pretty well.

      It’s an ugly depressing welfarite hole.

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    • 124
      break the glass ceiling. says:

      break the glass door. doors within doors.
      use the ipad, sideways.
      next day experience the dog poo…ipad has a mind of its own.
      so let all the poo’s unite.
      Russian Bear Hug.

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      • 128
        Define says:

        what is a break.
        crack.
        star.
        it is a shape. it w

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        • 143
          white says:

          white snow white
          white desires white.
          white destroys white.

          desire arousal destruction: hello dad.
          waht, where,why.
          what we create is used to commit s.u.i.c.i.d.e
          millions and millions of sperms
          they go with a bang…..have a blast is the message from the creator.
          .
          .
          break the saxophone with thy guitar.

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          • white says:

            what is red.
            what is indian,
            red indian hates the white man. territory, land, gentrification.
            p where u want but the current does go backwards.

            only the current is currant, have a bun.
            fight over the new born.

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          • white says:

            gamble on jill, get the jack out.

            look under the bonnet. bee is buzzing fast.

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          • Archie says:

            Nurse. NURSE!

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        • 151
          white says:

          now that paradise hase reached milton,s milton keynes, should the press break its glass ceiling and reveal with paradise looks like, bloody monkeys.

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    • 150
      RichUpNorth says:

      By the looks of that photo Millibongs office is in one of the more upmarket parts of Donny”

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    • 182
      Mr Nobody says:

      Just returned from voting Tory. Would love to see Labour come third. Polls make it difficult to call and with the weather and turnout being a factor who knows?

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    • 339
      GeoffM says:

      And Milibands “office” looks like a shit hole.

      As one of the Labour MP’s said this morning “He looks weird, sounds weird….and IS weird”

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  2. 2
    labour in the red says:

    Lush looking premises.

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    • 5
      Fishy says:

      Couldn’t afford anything else. It’th the ‘cotht of offitheth cwithith’.

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      • 17
        Tachybaptus says:

        Two burglar alarms, but nothing worth stealing.

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      • 65
        South Yorkshire Calling says:

        To be fair, it is fully represntative of Bentley…

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      • 88
        Ockham's Razor says:

        Fishy! I posted on the last page to you.

        I was criticising Montie, not you! Definitely not you. :-)

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        • 140
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          i have put i’s x in the box today – can we now start getting on with the bloodbath for the stooge party (x3) troughers for the 2015 GE.

          Will it take one year to bury them etsablishment puppets- i do not think so.

          Up the Purple Revolution.

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      • 129
        John Elector says:

        Looks like some Warsaw ghetto. Could Ed not cut the grass? Obviously fuckin useless at Oppo Leader job.

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      • 334
        The Critic says:

        Looks more like a dodgy kebab shop…….hang on, that’s probably an appropriate description for the Labour Party.

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    • 189
      Willh says:

      Holy crap! What a shithole…

      Please, dear god, don’t let me go there. It’s infested with lefty mongs as well fochrissake….

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  3. 4
    Winston says:

    His office is as appealing to voters as he is.

    Liked by 3 people

  4. 6
    AA Meeting says:

    My name’s George, I am a cocaine addict in recovery.

    Surprisingly the Conservative Party put me, a junkie, in charge of the fiscal budget of the sixth largest economy in the world. They even gave my junkie friend Dave the top job. Crazy motherfu*kers, eh?

    I believe in free markets and giving away profitable publicly owned companies for next to nothing.

    Sometimes I ask myself if I am socially destructive because I am still basically a junkie.

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  5. 8
    AA Meeting says:

    My name is Dave, I am a junkie and a liar. My hero is Tony Blair.

    Sometimes I wonder whether my lack of scruples and honesty is due to my cocaine addiction.

    But deep down I know it’s just because I’m a c*unt.

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    • 24
      The people of the Abyss says:

      Gawd ‘elp us, here’s another melt.

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    • 25
      Max Clifford is a hero of the Labour Party says:

      An excellent critique of Mr Cameron

      Are you the most educated person in your family?

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    • 37
      Gordon McMong says:

      Can I join? I am addicted to spunking other people’s money up the wall

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      • 39
        Labour Cabinet (past & present) says:

        Can we join? We suffer from cognitive dissonnance; we know our leaders are shite but we just stick our collective heads up our collective arse and pretend other wise.

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    • 80
      Julian Gibb says:

      I don’t mind the drug habit but the Blair thing is a little too anti social.

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  6. 11
    Max Clifford is a hero of the Labour Party says:

    Imagine the utter loathing Milli feels towards the wretches of Doncaster

    They vote for him out of animal instinct, and care nothing for his status as a millionaire Marxist denizen of leafy London.

    This is why safe Labour seats are third world shitoles, wot are populated by obese, benefits scrounging, workshy, feckless imbeciles

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    • 36
      Ex-Slough resident says:

      Improve their lot and they lose the reason to vote for you. The only good side is that the Chavs are too idle to vote.

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    • 38
      broderick crawford says:

      DEVIL S ADVOCATE SAYS

      How you enjoying it so far Max ?

      Max : Not too bad . They all seem very interested in haulage vehicles . Much talk of ” low loaders ” and “tilt trailers ” Bubba says he ll show me his ” big end” on Saturday night .

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      • 41
        broderick crawford says:

        yeah .. but at least it ll brighten up the lawyers” humdrum day …

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        • 201
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          Did someone mention the scum always in the background booking their extortionate fees – while being totally unaccountable to the public and who are the bane of the public 24/7 for their trade of duplicity rhetoric?

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  7. 12
    The British media are cunts says:

    COME ON NIGEL!!

    Fuck the media especially that 4 eyed cuunt Robinson.

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    • 108
      south of the M4 says:

      But, unlike any other election, my poll card states very clearly ” you do not need to take this card with you in order to vote” (actually it says Ni fydd angen y cerdyn hwn arnoch chi ar gyfer pleidleisio, but that is a different matter).

      I wonder why……

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      • 126
        stun () says:

        You’re having a terrible nightmare that you’re going to wake up in Trawsfynydd?

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        • 149
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          You’re worst nightmare would be waking up under the out of control crooks running Cardiff Prison / Cardiff Courts.

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        • 159
          Jethro says:

          123 Trawsfynydd: I’d always wondered what the Welsh for transvestite was.

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        • 166
          south of the M4 says:

          As an Englishman having moved to Wales 20 years ago I was advised then, by an Estate Agent to “.. restrict your house search to south of the M4..” As Trawsfynydd is most certainly north of that land mark then you are correct.

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          • Ziz says:

            Presumably you also remain registered with an a GP in England- just in case medical help required

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        • 176
          stun () says:

          I think it’s for people who find Blaenau too upmarket.

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  9. 15
    The British media are cunts says:

    The Tories are piss ants.

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  10. 18
    Anonymous says:

    Ha ha ha ha

    So they need security shutters. Ha ha I bet they don’t in the street where he lives!!±

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  11. 20
    RomaBobbieBooBoo says:

    Ed Miliband is a man of the people……. looking at that dump, he is getting down and relevant to the raggies, oops I mean the underclass. :)

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  12. 22
    Labour statement tomorrow morning says:

    “These results show that Nigel Farage eats babies.”

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      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      They have no need to mess around just folding ballot papers ,they have four days to stuff the boxes with phoney votes ,lose boxes from areas that are likely to vote UKIP , intercept UKIP postal votes and intimidate the vote counters. I fear that we are about to witness the most coordinated vote rigging and electoral fraud ever perpetrated in this country!

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      • 87
        Julian Gibb says:

        I thought that was the Labour Parties job?

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        • 112
          SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          They will be acting in tandem with the rest of them.

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          • non taxable pikey says:

            My gawd! Do the Brook Bond Chimps have a vote too?

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          • Spartacus says:

            I fear that we are about to witness the most coordinated vote rigging and electoral fraud ever perpetrated in this country!

            That was the Common Market Vote – stay focussed

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      • 301
        carol vordermilf says:

        Was in the welsh side of Chester and had my form handed to me with the bottom folded. Why use foolscap if it cuts off the last party. My tin foil hat is now red hot, surely the font could be adjusted into a single one fold sheet.

        wv. sellout – I kid you not.

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    • 114
      Vote for Nige says:

      Went to my Polling Station in Scouseland this afternoon. No folded papers there and if this is going on elsewhere, it is totally unnecessary. Only slight inconvenience was having to fold paper so many times to get it in the ballot box. Proud to say I voted UKIP in both elections.

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    • 152
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      The establishment – appear to be quite, quite desperate and they also control natrass.

      Only the Establishment – could run such a despicable dirty tricks campaign from ‘arms length’.

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  14. 27
    Question Time says:

    Tonight’s panel has Chris Grayling, Labour’s Tristram “I’m my own rhyming slang” Hunt, Lib Dem Jeremy Browne and posh babe Kirstie Allsopp.

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    • 82
      So, two MP's who are upright, honest, moral, and I think I'm lying really says:

      Between 2001 and 2009, Grayling claimed expenses for his flat in Pimlico, close to the Houses of Parliament, despite having a constituency home no further than 17 miles away and owning two buy to let properties in Wimbledon.

      Tristram Hunt claimed a total of £7,210.20 in expenses during November and December, including £99.40 for taxis and £416 for a subscription to the Financial Times. He claimed £7,210.20 during November and December, including £99.40 for taxis and £416 for a newspaper subscription

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  15. 28
    RomaBobbieBooBoo says:

    Was Jimmy Savile a LimpDems supporter?

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  16. 29
    My Wisteria says:

    What? No gardener? What sort of an MP is he?

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  17. 31
    Doncaster Voter says:

    Maybe it’s because it would illegal for him to use his parliamentary office for campaigning? I’ve just seen four labour canvassers out in Asken!

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    • 52
      John Bellingham says:

      That is an interesting one. In a General Election, Parliament is dissolved and MPs are not permitted to use HoC facilities–offices, phones, post and even “publicly funded” computers for campaigning ( I wonder how many respect the latter as all of the Canutes have obtained laptops, I-pads and smartphones on our tab).
      The rules state that if they want to use their constituency offices as their campaign headquarters they must pay the full rent and utilities bills. I dunno if this counts in intermediate elections like these.

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    • 58
      South Yorkshire Calling says:

      Given it is tipping it down, I don’t think they’ll raise much enthusiasm in Askern Working Men’s Club.

      Miliband’s constituency is so far removed from his life experience it isn’t funny.

      I don’t understand why they vote for him.

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  18. 40
    The Last Quango in Paris says:

    does anyone actually work there?

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  19. 42
    Curious says:

    So at what point do the LibLabCon parties start to form their circular firing squad? Am I going to have to wait till Monday? Or is there an exit poll to buoy up my spirits until then?

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  20. 46
    bald redhead with long hair says:

    We’re Awwwwrrrrrriiiight!

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  21. 49
    Doh! says:

    Any way of finding out how many of the citizens of Doncaster actually signed dopey Ed’s website petition which blamed man for global warming?
    It sort of disappeared without trace.

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    • 121
      JH2382198409283 says:

      Hmmm.

      Labour have 169K ‘Likes’ on Facebook.
      Conservatives have 179K ‘Likes’.
      UKIP have 155K. And growing. Fast.

      Considering the former are supposedly the party of young, cool, social media aware types while the latter we are told are cobweb-strewn golf-club dwelling people, it doesn’t look good for Labour, does it?

      I reckon UKIP will have more ‘Likes’ than any other party in a week. It may mean something, it may not.

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      • 157
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Unless the Establishment are acting in the background to try and suppress the TRUTH – but hey isn’t that what they have been doing for at least 60 fucking years – dirty bastards?

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      • 255
        English Heretic says:

        Now that is an interesting observation. Thanks for pointing that out.

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        • 332
          JH2382198409283 says:

          It’s now 157K for UKIP.

          Don’t know why, but I think this is more important than any bit of waffle from the likes of Nick Robinson.

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  22. 54
    Ed Milipede says:

    Im down the pub with my socialist mates, enjoying a quick half and a scotch egg, before going to the Dogs.

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  23. 55
    John says:

    I think it would be far more interesting to run a competition to actually SPOT Ed Miliband in Doncaster.

    Do you think he even knows where it is? He lives in Primrose Hill, you know.

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    • 61
      South Yorkshire Calling says:

      Well, I’ve never seen him.

      Come to think of it, I’ve never seen Ms Winterton either. She seemed to go into hiding a number of years ago when Guido outed her little dalliance, and nobody seems to have seen her since.

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        Oh Rosie, don't you do that to the boys says:

        Hands up those in Doncaster who voted Labour, no real voters not postman pats “little helpers”

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  24. 56
    Mornington Crescent says:

    “Numerous Breaches of Election Rules At Polling Stations Across Tower Hamlets”:
    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/05/22/EXCLUSIVE-Numerous-Breaches-of-Election-Rules-At-Polling-Stations-Across-Tower-Hamlets

    Read and weep, my friends, read and weep.

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  25. 57
    Ed Marxbot says:

    Actuwally I weally love Dongcatheter and it’th people.

    (Did that thound thin-theer, and woth it conwinthing?)

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    • 62
      Doncaster Slapper says:

      Not really. But promise me an me 8 kids a new minivan and I’ll vote for you.

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  26. 59
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    If that was where Ed lives in London it would be worth £500,000.

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  27. 60
    White rabbit says:

    Beirut chic

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  28. 70
    Anonymous says:

    This was at 8:15am Yesterday. Seems high,very very high.

    photo/1

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  29. 71
    Uncle Fester says:

    Open for business..Miliband style

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  30. 73
    pissed off voter says:

    Have cast my vote, that’s one for UKIP.

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    Which brings us to:

    
    
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               ███████████   The Labour Party   ████████████
               ██████████████   1900 - 2014   ██████████████
               ████████  They will soon be forgotten ███████
               ████████████  Thanks be to God  █████████████
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  32. 78
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    I’m M.P. for Doncaster because put a red rosette on a donkey and the residents would cast their votes for her.

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  33. 81
    the homonculus says:

    Fuck me Primrose hill has really gone to the dogs
    Where is the artisanal bakery ?
    The phillipina maids walking the dogs?
    That grass looks as if it would muddy the rangey

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  34. 85
    Ivoted UKIP today says:

    It was not too bad actually….like procrastination….when you finally did what you know you should have done all along…actually it was pretty electrifying…Wow, did I just do THAT? Hell Yeah!!!

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    John Bellingham says:

    This was in the comments section of a Daily Mail article–it deserves sharing.

    “Mum. Who are you going to vote for today ?”
    “Labour. My Dad did. His dad did and his dad before him”.
    “Mum, what’s a Dad ?

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  37. 96
    jgm2 says:

    what an utter fucking shithole.

    I thought Dunfermline was bad.

    If only the residents realised that their constituencies had been flooded with cash during The Imbecility and yet they still live like fucking rats.

    Where has all the money gone? Why are you still there? Have you no fucking pride? Have you no fucking shame? Have you lost the will to live?

    The Labour party deliberately farms you in these battery housing estates purely fr the purpose of electing pencil-necked gimps like Miliband. And you’re all too fucking stupid to see it.

    Hahahahahahahahaha.

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      Ockham's Razor says:

      The delight of that area, all the way into Sheffield and Barnsley, is that you only have to dr!ve five miles, or thereabouts, in order to find an equally utter fucking shithole. :-)

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      • 116
        jgm2 says:

        I watched a TV program a while ago fronted by Andrew Neil. He was bemoaning the takeover of UK politics by Oxbridge PPE clones. He interviewed some Labour/socialist chap from (I think) Glasgow who was bemoaning the fact that he couldn’t vote for a genuine working class candidate.

        At the time I had little sympathy with him but just looking at that picture of Miliband’s shithole office in that shithole estate has got me thinking that the bloke from Glasgow might have had a point.

        I grew up piss-poor and I have little sympathy for bedwetters who swoon around the place affecting to care about the poor. But that picture is a fucking disgrace. That picture would be a fucking disgrace in Novosibirsk or Omsk. The Imbecile flooded Labour constituencies with cash and yet people still live like this?

        And they still live like that because the likes of Miliband don’t give a fuck about their voters. Because if they did care they’d be all over the council or whoever has stolen or squandered all that cash like a fucking rash.

        If I was MP for that fucking shithole I’d want a forensic accountant going over the last 15 years spending and I would jail half if not all of the c*unts who, in this day and age, and with all the fucking money thrown at them, still allow such an utter fucking shithole to exist.

        I find it hard to believe that a working class local lad would allow all that cash to disappear. But then you have only to think of the likes of Prescott. So perhaps it’s nothing to do with working class or metropolitan gimps but just institutionalised indifference.

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        • 122
          Eh! says:

          All Liebour area’s are shit holes, I hate the Libcraps but locally they do a lot better for the community, but the cost is horrendous, with Liebour the cost is horrendous and the place is still a shit hole, .

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        • 123
          Ockham's Razor says:

          I ran three companies up there. They all drink and eat loads and, to a man (and woman), smoke like chimneys. That is paid for first. Then it comes to paying for their car HP. A few are staunch regulars, many will keep you waiting for a month or two (which knocks the profit out of the deal) and some are just bastards, don’t pay and wreck the car.

          There is no concept of betterment. You may have had a poor upbringing, from your youth across the water, but it has not held you back and you have a good knowledge base.

          Why can only a few do that. Because they don’t want to?

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          • jgm2 says:

            I can’t help myself. I keep going back to the top of the thread just to take another look at that fucking picture. It’s like dr*i*ving past a particularly gory accident. You don’t want to look and give yourself nightmares but you just find yourself rubber-necking anyway.

            It’s a fucking disgrace.

            That building doesn’t look like it’s had a lick of paint (apart from the shutters) since it was thrown up back in 1965. In fact that temporary, pebble-dashed piece of shit should be bulldozed on purely aesthetic grounds let alone health and safety.

            Why do people keep voting Labour? Why do they vote to keep living in such shitholes? Why don’t they leave?

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            I have just been back to that picture. (In fact, it is not a tiny amount as bad as some structures I have seen up there!) But we are asked to believe that the name emblazoned on that tatty banner, hung form that multi-story portaloo, is that of the next prime minister of the UK.

            It is beyond satire.

            I had to rush beforehand but, in my previous post, I had meant to say that within a short reach of Dunfermline, you could get to Kinross (one of the few abbey ruins in the UK I failed to visit as it is on an islet in the middle of Loch Leven and a protected bird sanctuary) and from there you can get to some marvellous country right up to Braemar, all still south of the Great Glen but still wonderful. I appreciate you may have been too busy to see much of it but I did every mile.

            Did you see the other picture of Miliband and wife leaving the polling station? That made the above building look like a palace! It had been badly surfaced in tarmac and there was a lake, which they were skirting, which would have competed with the pisslake outside the gents at Celtic FC in the 1950s.

            Why could they have not surfaced it level, or with a run-off? Because they don’t fucking care!

            Socialism, Marxism, Islam. the philosophy of despair. Abandon all hope, ye who enter here!

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          • White rabbit says:

            There does seem to be a strange force at work dragging you back to that bleak picture. It pulls you in. Like needing to spit over the side of a towering bridge. Or laughing at inadequate talent show contestants..

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          • Wanking for Warmth says:

            It’s worse than that. Much, much worse.

            It is as bad as wanking to gay midget porn.

            You feel a total sense of revulsion afterwards.

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          • jgm2 says:

            I have been to Kinross and out to Lochleven Castle on more than one occasion. It has a fine old boat running over and back and is a great spot for a picnic. It was only 10 or so miles from Schloss jgm2 when we lived in Fucking Scotland. I used to like Falkland Palace too (because it reminded me of twee England-shire). Nice pubs, cobbled streets.

            Dollar is nice too and so is Culross.

            But all these historic places cannot detract from the fact that you’re surrounded by the likes of Dunfermline or Alloa or Lochgelly or Cowdenbeath. Shitholes filled with mouth breathing, English-hating, Labour or SNP-voting utter fucking morons.

            And the weather would have you reaching for the razor blades after a few weeks.

            My wife didn’t understand me raging about how fucking shit it was (the weather) until we moved back down south.

            Now she has the occasional day in Fucking Scotland (Temperature = Sussex – 6 degrees C) as opposed to when we lived in Fucking Scotland and she would be down in England once a week topping up her Vitamin D levels she finally ‘gets’ it.

            But that picture of Doncaster is a fucking disgrace.

            The Tories or UKIP should try and figure out an angle to shame Miliband and/or Labour and/or the people of Doncaster to stop doing the same fucking stupid things that mean that in 2014 there still exist such utter shitholes.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Yes. Falkland Palace was great. And Lochleven Castle. Have been there several times myself. I still have English Heritage and NT memberships so I can visit any of these places on the card. I have not bothered to cancel it as I don’t mind the money going to the properties (though I do wonder about NT being infiltrated by leftie c*unts.) It is getting on for three decades that I have had membership and it gets you into the Scottish and Welsh equivalents for no charge.

            Funny you are in Sussex. I was in Hove for 21 years. Hove Actually, actually.

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        • 317
          Labour is the enemy of the working classes says:

          Labour have deliberately kept them poor so they can cultivate class war and harvest votes that way.

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    • 180
      Labour success stories says:

      I must say, I was in Dunfermline in March to see a concert in the Alhambra. It’s hard to imagine a mankier hole on the planet.
      I went into the Asda…..fuck me, it was like that Time Machine movie. All the women looked like fucking morlocks. No, let me correct that, everyone looked like fucking morlocks.
      Doncaster would be going some to beat that, though going by the photo above, it’s in with a shout,

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    • 203
      Mr Nobody says:

      This is why, once the euros are over, the next election is about stopping Labour and grinding them into the dirt. We all have to vote for whoever is most likely to stop the Labour candidate locally, even if we don’t actually like that party.

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      • 318
        Labour is the enemy of the working classes says:

        i hear you, but i draw the line at voting snp, plaid, green, or libdem – just different versions of labour.

        ukip are still to lefty for me, but baby steps – deprogramming the British will take time.

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      popshot.cum says:

      Who are you calling ordinary you wanker..?

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    • 110
      Eh! says:

      You can mate, leave the people of Britain alone, the EU is not wanted or needed by us we want to get on with our own lives not have unknowns sucking us dry and lowering our standards of living, we have enough had of our own politicians doing that. .

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      • 134
        Voter intimidation says:

        http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/05/22/VIDEO-electoral-tower-hamlets

        Glad to live in a culturally enriched nation. We have postal vote fraud and now the labour aprty having their campaigners inside the buildings with polling booth.

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          Eh! says:

          Fours years and Camoron didn’t do anything about postal voting, so he has condoned it, LibLabCons are equal sides of the same triangle , I hope UKIP destroy the three of them, I hope they carry on getting the voters in May 2015 and I know it’s a dream, but damage the LibLabCons so badly UKIP gets it’s first MPs and PM

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          • White rabbit says:

            I simply couldn’t understand why Dave’ spoonface’ didn’t or couldn’t sort out the postal voting scandal. Or the twatting BBC. As a Tory Prime Minister you’d think it would be top of the list. And then of course it hit me – like a 1970s geography teacher – Dave’s not a Tory.

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    • 155
      Fruitcake and swivel eyed loony loving the panic and utter desperation says:

      Your Grandad’s bombers were crap. Especially the Stukas.

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    • 168
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Listen Rsole – “IT’S TOO FUCKING LATE IN THE DAY FOR THAT KIND OF DRIVEL”
      (Apologies to regulars for the shouting)

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    Fitbad the Tailor says:

    Is that the tradesmen’s entrance?

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    • 117
      south of the M4 says:

      Cannot be. ‘Tradesman’ implies someone with a skill performing a job to the satisfaction of the customer’. Not Millibandish is it.

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    • 131
      8umboy 8illy hague says:

      Stop it – you’re getting me all moist.

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  40. 100
    Vlad the Impaler says:

    Looks like he can’t find anyone to mow the grass.

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    • 109
      Axel Rosegarden says:

      I called to try and get him to come down to the polling centre tonight but he couldn’t come.

      It’s the penultimate episode of the Tomorrow People.

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  41. 106
    Corporal Larkin says:

    Sod these Elections .

    For several hours now British Citizens have been held captive in their hotel rooms in Thailand and diddly squat has been done about it by this Government.

    We are all paying ever greater sums in taxes to these people who seem to do very little for us.

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  42. 113
    Sir Roger de Senseless says:

    Having been and voted for the swivel-eyed loons, I came back and saw the start of Channel 4 News. They value Europe so much that the election is pushed right to the back of the order and it seems the ‘story’ is about bad weather and dissatisfaction keeping the turnout down – no mention of an exit poll. I assume that means they fear a good showing for the homophobes and racists and are wondering how to spin it. I hope I’m right.

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  43. 118
    james harding says:

    director of news and current affairs at the bbc here just to let you all know you can trust me because i drink at the bar mitzvah.

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  44. 119
    String Vest says:

    One thing that I have never done is pay someone who has the audacity to call me a racist and a lunatic when they don’t even know me.

    So fuck the senior staff at the BBC and fuck their license fee. You will not be getting any more money from me, ever.

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  45. 120
    Party  : Parliamentary Group
    ----------------------------
    CDA    : EPP
    D66    : ALDE
    VVD    : ALDE
    SP     : UEL/NGL
    PvdA   : PES
    GL     : EGP
    CU/SGP : ECPM/ECR/EFD
    PVV    : Non Inscrit (Wilder)
    PvdD   : Non Inscrit
    50PLUS : Non Inscrit
    

    h**p://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_political_parties_in_the_Netherlands

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  46. 127

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 145
      Idon'tneednodoctor says:

      Every second day?

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      • 229
        Lierial Demorcruts says:

        Yes. Every second day, UKIP voters are very quite about their support of the party. I mean it’s not like you see comments everywhere just say “VOTE UKIP”. There are more UKIP voters than you think.

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      • 238
        JH2382198409283 says:

        My prediction is they’ll have more Facebook likes than any other party in a weeks time.

        That will put the shit up Labour in particular. The generation which were particularly screwed by the 13 years of terror and were treated as third-class citizens in their own country just might have an account to settle with Labour.

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      • 289
        Death to all Fanatics says:

        I propose a wanking order for trolls.
        This one deserves a prize as first wank troll.
        Ironically, he may well need a doctor.

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  47. 133
    Nickolarse Herbert Fuckwit MP says:

    Have I still got a job?

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  48. 139
    Blue rinse granny says:

    Will the last person to leave Tory HQ please turn off the lights.

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  49. 146
    John Elector says:

    Tower Hamlets should be destroyed. Preferably when the sarf Asians are all back from the welfare.

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    • 169
      Anonymous says:

      TOWER HAMLETS, EAST LONDON – Tower Hamlets Council in East London has been accused of breaking its pre-election pledge to stop “enthusiastic campaigners” from standing outside polling stations, something the Returning Officer John Williams, who is in charge of electoral integrity, described as “intimidating for people”.
      With voters going to the polls in the European and local elections today, Breitbart London went to the electoral district to find out just what was going on.
      Yesterday the council official took to Sky News to claim that his borough had put in place some of the “most robust” systems in Britain. This included visiting houses with large number of number of registered voters, placing police at every ballot box and limiting each party to two ‘tellers’ per polling station.
      However, when we toured the Stepney area, we discovered that large numbers of activists were outside almost all polling stations, crowding entrances. We witnessed them stopping voters on the way in, often blocking their route, and briefing them on who to vote for.
      One local resident, who lived opposite Smithy Street School, told Breitbart London: “The big problem is people hanging around outside polling stations. When you go elsewhere there are two people, and they are very quiet.
      “Across Tower Hamlets there are loads of people outside every polling station. Today I have been watching them since 8am, and they keep bothering people who are trying to vote.”
      Metropolitan Police looked on as rules on interacting with voters were ignored. We spoke to police officers and Presiding Officers in charge of individual polling stations who all seemed unclear on what rules needed to be enforced. They were clearly unfamiliar with either the Representation of the People Act 1983, or guidelines by the Electoral Commission.
      At one polling station in Smithy Street School a Labour Party activist with a rosette was acting as an usher to voters inside the polling station. When we asked her what role she was performing, she described herself as “working for the council as a volunteer”. After some questioning and deliberation the Presiding Officer threw us out, but allowed her to continue working inside the polling station as long as she took her rosette off.
      Parker’s Law and Conduct of Elections, the seminal text on British election law states: “It is the duty of the presiding officer to keep order at his station. He must regulate the number of voters to be admitted at a time, and shall exclude all other persons except those permitted by the relevant rules…
      “The presiding officer has no discretion to admit other persons into the polling station and therefore persons such as the ‘checkers’ or ‘tellers’ of candidates should not be admitted.”
      The presiding officer at Ben Jonson School told us that activists were not being allowed into the grounds of the school as all of it was counted as the polling station. But these rules were breached a number of times, and on one occasion, Breitbart London witnessed four activists entering the grounds. The police officer on duty was nowhere to be seen.
      The Returning Officer John Williams said of the problems in the borough: “[There have] been enthusiastic campaigners gathering outside polling stations and trying to convince electors as they are coming in to vote who they should be voting for and sometimes that can be intimidating for people.” He went on to say that he would stop this as it was “certainly a breach of Electoral Commission guidelines”.
      A Green Party activist was also unhappy about how the polling station was being run. She told Breitbart London: “The problem here is poverty and lack of education. A lot of the voters can’t read and have no idea who they are voting for, that’s why people are out telling them what to do.
      “The government has forgotten the Bengalis in Tower Hamlets. They spend their lives living next to a crack den on one side and with the local Islamist downstairs. Something needs to be done.”
      Aside from the one Green Party activist, everyone at the polling stations were either Labour activists or from Tower Hamlets First, the party of the Islamist Mayor Lutfur Rahman.
      The Mayor is likely to be re-elected, but he has caused controversy in the national press, standing accused of favouring the Bengali community over longer established communities; claims he strongly denies. The allegations against Tower Hamlets come after widespread concerns of voter intimidation and vote rigging amongst communities of South Asian origin.

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      • 173
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        i suppose all the truly investigative hacks from the national Sunday Newspapers will be reporting the truth from the streets … Oh wait a minute…

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      Quite So says:

      TOWER HAMLETS, EAST LONDON – Tower Hamlets Council in East London has been accused of breaking its pre-election pledge to stop “enthusiastic campaigners” from standing outside polling stations, something the Returning Officer John Williams, who is in charge of electoral integrity, described as “intimidating for people”.
      With voters going to the polls in the European and local elections today, Breitbart London went to the electoral district to find out just what was going on.
      Yesterday the council official took to Sky News to claim that his borough had put in place some of the “most robust” systems in Britain. This included visiting houses with large number of number of registered voters, placing police at every ballot box and limiting each party to two ‘tellers’ per polling station.
      However, when we toured the Stepney area, we discovered that large numbers of activists were outside almost all polling stations, crowding entrances. We witnessed them stopping voters on the way in, often blocking their route, and briefing them on who to vote for.
      One local resident, who lived opposite Smithy Street School, told Breitbart London: “The big problem is people hanging around outside polling stations. When you go elsewhere there are two people, and they are very quiet.
      “Across Tower Hamlets there are loads of people outside every polling station. Today I have been watching them since 8am, and they keep bothering people who are trying to vote.”
      Metropolitan Police looked on as rules on interacting with voters were ignored. We spoke to police officers and Presiding Officers in charge of individual polling stations who all seemed unclear on what rules needed to be enforced. They were clearly unfamiliar with either the Representation of the People Act 1983, or guidelines by the Electoral Commission.
      At one polling station in Smithy Street School a Labour Party activist with a rosette was acting as an usher to voters inside the polling station. When we asked her what role she was performing, she described herself as “working for the council as a volunteer”. After some questioning and deliberation the Presiding Officer threw us out, but allowed her to continue working inside the polling station as long as she took her rosette off.
      Parker’s Law and Conduct of Elections, the seminal text on British election law states: “It is the duty of the presiding officer to keep order at his station. He must regulate the number of voters to be admitted at a time, and shall exclude all other persons except those permitted by the relevant rules…
      “The presiding officer has no discretion to admit other persons into the polling station and therefore persons such as the ‘checkers’ or ‘tellers’ of candidates should not be admitted.”
      The presiding officer at Ben Jonson School told us that activists were not being allowed into the grounds of the school as all of it was counted as the polling station. But these rules were breached a number of times, and on one occasion, Breitbart London witnessed four activists entering the grounds. The police officer on duty was nowhere to be seen.
      The Returning Officer John Williams said of the problems in the borough: “[There have] been enthusiastic campaigners gathering outside polling stations and trying to convince electors as they are coming in to vote who they should be voting for and sometimes that can be intimidating for people.” He went on to say that he would stop this as it was “certainly a breach of Electoral Commission guidelines”.
      A Green Party activist was also unhappy about how the polling station was being run. She told Breitbart London: “The problem here is poverty and lack of education. A lot of the voters can’t read and have no idea who they are voting for, that’s why people are out telling them what to do.
      “The government has forgotten the Bengalis in Tower Hamlets. They spend their lives living next to a crack den on one side and with the local Islamist downstairs. Something needs to be done.”
      Aside from the one Green Party activist, everyone at the polling stations were either Labour activists or from Tower Hamlets First, the party of the Islamist Mayor Lutfur Rahman.
      The Mayor is likely to be re-elected, but he has caused controversy in the national press, standing accused of favouring the Bengali community over longer established communities; claims he strongly denies. The allegations against Tower Hamlets come after widespread concerns of voter intimidation and vote rigging amongst communities of South Asian origin.

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    • 207
      non taxable pikey says:

      Take a look at tomorrow’s Telegraph, great picture of the Shard being struck by lightning. If only it had hammered into Tower Hamlets instead.

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  50. 156
    White rabbit says:

    Aren’t Labour really shit ? Styleless and shit. Profligate, wasteful, reckless and shit.

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    • 164
      jgm2 says:

      It’s depressing just looking at the fucking picture. Imagine having to live there?

      How long has Doncaster been a Labour constituency? 30 years, 40 years, 60 years?

      How fucking stupid do they all have to be to keep voting for more of the same? To keep doing the same fucking stupid things that mean their constituency looks like that? And how wicked of their elected representatives to keep them in such a shithole. Keep them there with just enough handouts and an officer class of public sector workers to administer all their handouts. But deny them any ambition. Just you all stay right here voting Labour and we’ll give you just enough handouts and disability allowance and mobility ve*h*ic*les to make it worth your while. And if that means that no company wants to open a factory here because you’re all ‘earning’ as much on the dole as you would be working then so much the better.

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      • 187
        Mr Nobody says:

        Let us hope Labour come third. Watching the recriminations over the next 12 months would be sublime!

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        • 213
          non taxable pikey says:

          Too much postal vote fraud to allow that to happen. 61% postal vote being reported for Stevenage. Absurd but also criminal that there has been no change to legislate against the abuse since the last election. Still we now have Sodomites marrying so that’s ok.

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  51. 163
    the homonculus says:

    Ladyboys all round
    I shall celebrate with two of them If Nige pulls this off
    If Im going to get fucked by a political party I at least want to enjoy it

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  52. 170
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Hope all the Sunday Papers – report the truth … oh wait a minute …!

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    • 216
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      The mubdot appears to not like any attacks on legal bastards at present – oh dear like i give a fuck about the scum.

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  53. 175
    Axl Rose says:

    That’s Milliband’s district precinct party HQ? It looks like a crummy trailer park in Shitsville, Arkansas.

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  54. 178
    There's the RIGHT wing; and then there's the WRONG wing. says:

    This is an ode to the Left-wing fascists who tried to destroy our country, our freedom, and our party.

    VOTE UKIP!

    VOTE FREEDOM!

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  55. 184
    C O (Ξ7t1) says:

    I was looking on the Internet the other day, and I found this:

    Harsh. Almost feel sorry for Dave. Almost.

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    • 188
      Ellie-Mae (9) says:

      No!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Help my keyboard!

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    • 205
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      The election campaign for 2015 has thus begun.

      +++ CObar whatever – yes indeed ‘Irony’ – it’s a killer – and they don’t like it up ‘em.

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    • 217
      Samantha Cameron says:

      It’s all right for you. Oh yes, you can laugh. It’s just a joke to you!

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    • 218
      non taxable pikey says:

      Love it, and it’s now winging its way round the world.

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    • 231
      Ockham's Razor says:

      Here is my promised response to you:

      http://tinyurl.com/qhu6faq

      I have posted it several times today.

      You probably have not seen it. Let me know the instant you do not see this either. ;-)

      I do understand why you cautioned about the tinfoil hat appearance of the argument but I was over-relaxed last night (not always a bad thing if one wants to last the distance!)

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      • 244
        C O (Ξ7t1) says:

        Checking out now – just a brief update on the more corporeal world:

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        • 253
          Ockham's Razor says:

          Had seen that. No more than expected. I still see it as counter-productive. That is the only way they are likely to react.

          It would be on the same level as the Pope criticising China. :-)

          The world has changed today though. How long will it take those folks who think they run the show to realise it?

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        • 262
          Blue Peter Goldfish says:

          Putin said: “He is unfit to be a Tzar… Ektarinaberg Charlie”.

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      • 278
        C O (Ξ7t1) says:

        Glad you mentioned M’adison: This Federalist paper is super relevant for Europe:

        http://www.constitution.org/fed/federa14.htm

        Modern A’merica was the first draft of Montesquieu’s idea. He would likely be pleased as it has remained stable and strong, but would have balked at the C’ivil War – but then no one saw that error in the design.

        With this construct even the mind of man has been specifically re-crafted: That is what all the political correctness b/s has been about. It has been successful enough on the continent to have worked.

        When you hear van Rumpoy and the others say that what has been built is special, they are truly understating things.

        To your point about taking the people with you: The point here with Europe is that now the People – like those in US before – need to take themselves forward.

        We can ignore Bla!r – a stepping stone I think to test the notion of using hard-power to effect change for humanitarian reasons. Part of the future mission of Europe will be to improve the life and conditions of others around the world.

        My libertarian instinct makes me adverse to that, but if a force such as Europe can coerce change and reform through soft means in places like S’audi A’rabia for example, I find it hard to seriously object.

        Bush / Blair set a template for how that should not be done.

        UK has not been led into a trap. I would describe it like this:

        Strategically UK needs to be positioned such that its values are in line with Europe, and the door is open in future for easy accession to the European Federation. For that, the UK needed to lend its soul temporarily to those who have been crafting Europe for some modifications.

        That soul is now being returned: We have it returned through UKIP.

        Some of us was copied over there as well in crafting the new European soul which is to be the sovereign identity of Europe.

        Now, this election is legitimizing for the people the representatives and leadership of the European Parliament – the Government. That should seal in the mind of the citizen that the European Parliament is theirs.

        The Constitution will codify the new European identity which when adopted will bind the people to each other and the sovereign authority with a material document and shared spiritual belief.

        That is when citizens will truly feel bonded to what has been built and each other, as is the case with citizens of the US.

        The Federation based on that Constitution provides the capstone for the governance construct and the society it governs.

        Agree with you on misuse of symbols, symbols have been very carefully chosen this time: I believe there are no mistakes.

        I have one doubt, which is tied to the Elysian field and the high unemployment, but I hope that is unfounded, as that happened in the past.

        Amen, Amen, So mote it be. ;-)

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          C O (Ξ7t1) says:

          Forgot to state importantly:

          The Constitution needs to come from the citizens, and be agreed by them.

          It cannot be sourced from anywhere else, or imposed.

          Since the values of the individual have been carefully re-crafted, the Constitution that is forthcoming should reflect ideals which were put in place by design, but the people will consider those their own, hence completing the construction.

          You can draw parallel back to what I was going on about regarding God being a projection of the spirit of the individual etc.

          The leap of faith aspect is: No one truly knows what is going to happen next. The probability of success has been maximized – but still – fingers crossed :-)

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          Ockham's Razor says:

          Forgive me but I am going to press you on some of these points.

          If Montesquieu, or Madison for that matter, were to come back today, what would each of them have made of what exists now?

          My view is that they would each regard their views as having been corrupted beyond recognition.

          You say there are no mistakes now on the symbolism and, by inference, to the entire mission, whilst acknowledging the dangers I saw. I suggest that we are into applied psychology rather than optimistic idealism. So at some point, our views appear to diverge. I am interested in trying to nail down that point because maybe I’m missing something. But if I don’t find that point, I must take the view that maybe you have not seen what I have.

          Much earlier, I made my human fallibility point, self-inclusively. Where do you stand here? We are all either fallible or we are not.

          What about my point over US confusion over its so-called secular approach which turns out to be less than secular? I am particularly keen on pursuing you here because:

          1. I have travelled there extensively and witnessed it
          2. You have lived there so must have “gotten” closer to it than I have
          3. You are clearly an intelligent guy so I have to take you seriously, even where I find myself in occasional disagreement with you and
          4. I need to tease out where you are being descriptive about how others are thinking as opposed to where your are saying, “No, this is me talking.”
          5. The understanding of metaphysical concepts can vary wildly between one thinker and another. Kant, Hegel, Green, Bradley, Collingwood (R G) take you from what were unambiguously devout believers to a rather different concept of Absolute. More recent followers have gone much further.

          Now we got into this current discussion because of Prince Charles’s remarks. It has gone through some pretty tricky territory of Third Rome and Holy Alliance and the possibility, contrary to my suspicion, that Putin is supporting the Russian Orthodox Church for altruistic reasons.

          We need to tease out these differences more thoroughly IMO.

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    • 233
      Scorpion de Rooftrouser says:

      How many pairs of socks in the makini?

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  56. 196
    Piccalilli fan says:

    Doncaster is only famous for Count Arthur Strong. Ed just lowers the tone.

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  57. 197
    Anonymous says:

    Am ready for election all-nighter with help of survival pack chosen by Robinson family. Fruit, nuts & Freddo bars pic.twitter.com/zK6OFkN7zu— Nick Robinson (@bbcnickrobinson) May 22, 2014

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  58. 198

    Vote UKIP :-)

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  59. 202
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Did “Mother Nature” (she who they should not interfere with) crack the whip in central London – today?

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  60. 204
    Caroline Lucas says:

    I hope you all did the right thing today and voted Green.

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  61. 219
    BBC thick lefty cow says:

    Yay now we can start tweeting our hate of white men and UKIP. Whoo hoo!

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  62. 221
    BBC thick lefty cow says:

    Islam and lesbianism is the future of the planet #lesbislam

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  63. 224
    Roger Helmer says:

    Think privitisation of the railways was a disaster – try something else

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  64. 225
    BBC thick lefty cow says:

    We’ve got the champers on ice here at the BBC ready to celebrate Ed’s great night. Thanks to the mug licence fee payers, expensive champers, produced by French lesbians. #bbcchampers

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  65. 227
    Autobahn says:

    it is a true thing that the Irish ( having been born with the Blarney stone puckering at their lips ) as they do are well suited to things that involve talk, like a story in a pub or a presenter in the media. It is a recognized thing thing that the Irish have that gift and that their women are generally slender and shaggable, what is there not to like, then there are the Scottish twats who want to muscle in and the English wonder what happened ? why are all these gobby fuckwits who do not care about my country given all this airtime ?

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  66. 237

    You all mock but images like this just show how in touch Ed is with real hard working people. And the image above is perfectly representative of the life and soul of Doncaster.

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  67. 240
    We know the BBC is completely bent says:

    Has anyone else noticed that the Dodo Miliband never mentions his seat of power, Doncaster. If you had any experience of it you would know why. It’s universally referred to as “Donny” by its inhabitants.

    Correction, those who speak English, I don’t know what it is in Urdu which is lingua muslim of the biggest percentage of population. It is a total and utter shithole.

    Dumbo Miliband would run a hundred miles if he ever had to engage in contact with his so called supporters, voters. Scumbags and freeloaders represented by the same so really they are ideal for each other.

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  68. 241
    Shame on David Cameron's government says:

    I think it is absolutely disgusting that the government did not release those new immigration figures until today. They will have known about the massive increase from the EU and they are treating the British public with contempt.

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    • 247
      Cammankini says:

      Beeboids concentrating on net mig and no change there so there’s nothing to be concerned about. Now go and buy a licence and pay your taxes.

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    • 261
      Fishy says:

      It’s not up to the Government. It’s up the ONS when the stats are released.

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      • 266
        The contempt that Cameron has for us. says:

        Mr Fish.

        If there had been a fall then the figures would have leaked.

        Number 10 will have known what the figures were but were content to let the public believe that immigration from Europe had fallen.

        The Government is paid to serve the people and not fool the people.

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        • 287
          Fishy says:

          I can assure you they wouldn’t.

          There is a legal framework in place that Governments must now adhere to.

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          • Total TOSH says:

            You are a symptom of the LibLabCon. even you think it is ok to withhold evidence from the Jury as it considers its verdict.

            In a true democracy those figures would have been issued to the electorate before it went to vote. In a true democracy the electorate would have been made aware of all relevant facts and not kept in the dark.

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  69. 245
    Ockham's Razor says:

    Broxbourne will announce first in about an hour.

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  70. 246
    Anon who Voted UKIP ORG !!! says:

    Biased Broadcasting Company 10pm News is saying its neck & neck

    between UKIP & LieLabor in EUSSR Elections………

    so its already beginning to smell very fishy & thats before the official

    count on Sunday so plenty of time to use mendacity & manipulation

    of the results for Red Ed to be declared the winner…….

    Will the military need to come to our rescue ?

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  71. 248
    Question Time says:

    Neil Hamilton is on representing UKIP.

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    • 259
      Fishy says:

      He says that he’s looking forward to being Chancellor of the Exchequer. Want’s the job more than anything else

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  72. 249
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Any news on exit polls?.

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  73. 250
    millipede says:

    Google mind bending change agents

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  74. 251
    A flower that blooms tra la la says:

    No wonder the North West is a shithole, 26 out of 29 Councils are Liebour controlled , hope they regrew that money tree in number 11 Downing street as they will need it.

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  75. 254
    A flower that blooms tra la la says:

    QT the drivel has started, is UKIP racist, I really fkin give up.

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    • 257
      Bill Quango MP says:

      Haven’t they asked that question some 3 or 4 times before?

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      • 283
        Tachybaptus says:

        It’s no longer a question, not even a rhetorical question. For them it’s an assertion of belief.

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    • 285
      White rabbit says:

      Barmy discussion the result of a subverted national personality change.
      Hunt a typical example of the breed now ranging across politics.

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  76. 258
    Anonymous says:

    Question time first question:

    Are UKIP racist?

    What a joke that programme has become. Hand picked audience again

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  77. 260
    Question Time says:

    I truly loathe Tristram C-unt. Barely four minutes into the programme and he mentions cost of living crisis. And if that’s not bad enough, his mannerisms are incredibly affected.

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  78. 263
    cheche says:

    do we get exit polls for euro elections

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    • 322
      EU Mong says:

      Yes; I have had the exit polls, results and turnout safely stored in my safe for the last 2 years.

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  79. 264
    Fishy says:

    Over on Labour’s Newsnight, Emily Nomates is almost wetting herself at the prospect of loads of Labour gains in the local election.

    She is so excited. Kommie Katz will be so impressed.

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  80. 269
    Autobahn says:

    the dilemma is that we are a nation of genius and minstrels and the best ones are over in the Ireland, singing about their rebel songs. Abandon that shite you giggly fuckwits, join with us. because you know that your society is destroyed first by the influx because it is weeker, you may think that it is strong in representation in hollwood movies but I don’t think that is going to help you
    love and kisses

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  81. 270
    We know the BBC is completely bent says:

    The BBC are using exactly the same tactics to denigrate UKIP that they used to shaft the B *P. This time though the general population seem to have woken up a bit ———–

    Listen, you metropolitan self serving, bubble inhabiting, self applauding shite – we, the general public, have had more than enough of being told how multi-culti we are, how we have to keep on accepting being shafted by out of touch self serving politicans and wrongly overfunded BBC scum in particular.

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    Robert McKenzie says:

    May I just interrupt to say the UKIP vote has grown even faster than Bryony Gordon’s tits?

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    A flower that blooms tra la la says:

    Is it me or does Grayling look confused, every time they move the camera on him he looks as if he’s been caught in a car headlight.

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    JJ says:

    I detested Kirstie Allsopp with a passion.

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    The Field says:

    QT is chock full of Liebour bedwetters and money-tree shakers FFS!

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    The British media are cunts says:

    Fucking two of the biggest race hate peddlars on the planet on Newsnight. Alabi Brown and Bonnie fucking Greer. Neither are English and neither born here but lecturing us on what we’re allowed to think. Oborne outnumbered.

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      White rabbit says:

      How has the fucking BBC morphed into this deviant motherfucker of a Nation crippler.

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    F##k the LibLabCon says:

    Watching Newsnight…. God help us!

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    A flower that blooms tra la la says:

    Never heard Hunt speak before, what a boring voice he has, Qt the home of the nieve, UN and EU and Putin fkin mice throwing pieces of paper at the bear, scary.

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    Death to all Fanatics says:

    Labour hold Sunderland: QED

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    fuck off beaker says:

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    The British media are cunts says:

    Can red Ed manage to hold his cock?

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    Fishy says:

    Those of you who have seen him lose it with Tories and C4 News’ anti YOOKIP biase, will be delighted to see that this clown looks to be on his way to replace Paxman on Labour’s Newsnight.

    Komrade Katz strikes again.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2636618/Bookmakers-suspend-betting-Newsnights-new-host-fears-leak-BBC-dozens-industry-insiders-place-bets-Krishnan-Guru-Murphy.html?login#readerCommentsCommand-message-field

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      bbc says:

      Roll up roll up, get your noses rubed here, roll up roll up, nose rubbing time.

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      A flower that blooms tra la la says:

      That will really help Newsnight out of the doldrums, so that will kill it stone dead.

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    WILL CHUKA RUSH OFF FOR A DUMP THIS TIME? says:

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    millipede says:

    What an original question dumblebore! Wayycist!

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

    As i said on here before the place looks derelict it’s a shit hole which i bet you could count on one hand the number of times Millitwat has ever been there
    Oh and and looking at that photo , it looks like he could do with a good gardener

    I believe Dave Cameron knows one , Flora and Fauna services i think

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    decimated dave says:

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    So UKIP have done it then!

    No results yet but, if Labour are conceding, we know the game is up.

    Many of us have known this for some time now. But the media had to play their little games. We get to see how they still hunt in packs and are fearful of standing out from the crowd just in case they get it wrong.

    UKIP have less than a year to put a case to us that they can form a government. If that does happen, then we will find ourselves politically in bed with some people who are not like us, on first blush.

    But we have been dictated to by the political classes for far too long. You don’t have to be either rich or poor to understand what decency is.

    If I am rubbing shoulders with former Labour voters who want a better way of conducting our political business, then I shall be delighted to be with them.

    I would say the same thing about the LibDems if there was any prospect of them wanting the same, but I doubt it. Let me be proved wrong and I will be very happy!

    For now, it remains a distinct possibility that the historic rout this year can be followed by another rout in 2015. Roll on the day!

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      Death to all Fanatics says:

      If the Sunderland swing is replicated elsewhere this is absolutely massive!

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      Death to all Fanatics says:

      Vince Cable, hahahahhahahahahahahahahahaha!

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      A flower that blooms tra la la says:

      It’s looking like the public have decided that councillors are working for them and they are not working for the councillors, if it so then British politics will be totally changed

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      Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

      I have lived in a South East Wales Labour stronghold all my life (51 next month so have seen plenty of elections, both GE and local) and apart from the last local elections when the LibDems had a sniff of a chance of victory and got a bit excited (they failed, btw), I have never spoken with or heard from any candidates apart from the usual flyers all parties send out..

      Labour certainly never bother doorstepping; around here they don’t count the votes, they weigh them.

      However on Wednesday, there was awaiting on my return from work, an A5 sized pamphlet ‘reminding’ me not to forget to vote Labour on Thursday.
      I shredded and binned it, but it occurred to me that if the ruling Labour council have felt the need to try to whip up support for this election, they must be worried.

      Good.

      Ukip got my ‘x’ btw. :)

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    Yarmouth Kippers says:

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    C O (Ξ7t1) says:

    Good News :-)

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    Voted UKIP :-)

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    Voted UKIP, will Vote UKIP :-)

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    James O'Bottom says:

    You really wouldn’t find anybody in Donny who resembles Millipede! Sadly it’s one of those towns where people vote for anything wearing a red rosette. Half of them don’t even agree with the views of the people they actually vote for. Thing is in some areas people just cannot bring themselves to vote Tory and they never will they’d rather eat their own bollocks! Yet many will vote Ukip that tells you that the Tories just get in the way they’re actually holding back conservatism in this country especially Scameron. Let’s just get rid of the unConservative party and we will actually get somewhere!

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