May 24th, 2014

Saturday Seven Up

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You’re either in front of Guido, or behind…

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    Taxfodder says:

    You have to smile at the Telegraphs Dan Hodges holistic tory rantings, they obviously only keep him around for amusement these desolate Tory days. I hear from a trusted source that an office memo has been issued warning of careless slips concerning the Yellow and Purple as this necessitates Security to be called to fit his little blue blindfold to sooth the shouty kicking and screaming tantrums.

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      The Telegraph has not got it yet.

      As for Dan Hodges, well…

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        Mr Nobody says:

        He’s consistently right on Ed Miliband, though. Labour won’t win the election with him leading the party.

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          rick says:

          Can’t give Dan any points for this, though. Most of the country is right about Ed – except Ed, of course.

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          • Slobberdown Menob says:

            To be fair to mongo Ed and his eating habits, it is rumored that to celebrate his visit the cafe was having a politically themed menu and those photo’s were taken just after he was told that they had used a Mark Oaten inspired recipe, he was just surprised that for the first time in his life shit was entering his mouth rather than leaving it.
            He would have been better sticking to his wensleydale on toast.

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          Labour is the enemy of the working classes says:

          My 3-year-old pointed that out before any journotrolls did when he pointed at the tv and shouted: “GROMIT!”

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          bloody mary. oh she is fragrant says:

          my blood is translucence.

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          sasson says:

          even a broken clock is right twice a day

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        H ack saw says:

        hack has to saw thru the heart.

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        i have not got it says:

        now imagine a world in slowmotion.
        mney comes out of the coffee machine. unlimited amount.
        Take That AV.

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      Anonymous says:

      Well he seems to be on best terms with Guido judging by the exposure he gets on this site. They both hate Ed and UKIP in equal measure.

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      white cunt says:

      the tooth is wrong.

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      eat rosemary,s baby. says:

      christ did.

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      veejay says:

      Hodges really is a stain on the reputation of the Telegraph, which did have a serious reputation.

      And with Hodges it’s sinister. He declared several weeks ago that he was going to be part of the cross-party attempt to smear Ukip and has since banged out at least 2 or 3 articles per week which include nothing at all but smears against Nigel Farage and attempts to demean most of the population as racist. If the telegraph had any journalistic integrity he would be sacked instantly for abusing his position out of some unhinged personal vendetta as well as being a laughing stock (Nick Clegg won the debate, he did, he did, he did, you people are all racists!)

      What a plonker he is.

      As for giving a column to the odious and very stupid Cathy Newman…. what the hell happened to the Telegraph? Don’t they realise the prestige these intellectual pygmies get from being able to say “I’m a writer for the Daily Telegraphy” – why bestow that honour on a feather-brained bimbo like Newman who simply trots out moronic feminist claptrap, once per week, just find an institution where men are more than 50% and in demented fashion write the words “needs to modernise”, “patriarchy”, “r.a.p.e culture” etc and write it all in the pompous style possible. The British culture goes into an ever sharper decline … ooops…. I mean it gets ever more modern, vibrant and diverse.

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        dan hodges says:

        i am a Hunt, seen my eye lately.
        i am yes man.
        i wank.
        hence i am a wanker.

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        Anonymous says:

        Everyone please take a look at the blog Archbishop Cranmer. Then look at his accounts of what is going on in Newham.
        18th May Are Islamists infiltrating the Conservatives?
        17th May Newham Tories pledge..to the will of Allah.
        All to the enrichment of our country. Absolutely frightening especially to the remaining 16% white population. I wonder if Dan Hodges is a regular visitor there? Do please read- it will stiffen your resolve to help stop all immigation into this country.

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        Evening Londonistandard says:

        Take a look at Hodges (paid) connections with Hope not Hate and the Migration Matters Trust.

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    • 387
      proof of pooftry. says:

      prood of pooftry is the size of poofs.
      who wears the poofs in the house.

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      something burnt. says:

      Nicholas William Peter “Nick” Clegg. There is something rotten about nick”. He wants to benicked. nick is not a name or else I. am Queen Elizabeth.
      Nicholas Clegg is the father.
      The son is either William, for he is a bro. or Peter who takes that.

      #callnicanic

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  2. 2
    Handycock Teen Fondler says:

    I will be back fear not. My boys and the Portsmouth Lodges insist on it. Boaz.

    http://politicalscrapbook.net/2014/05/mike-hancock-council-seat-elections-2014/

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      Grand Master, Grand Lodge, Great Queen Street says:

      Jahbulon Handy.

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      Gordon Brown says:

      If only they would have allowed me to do my drum Solo on Saturday Kitchen, Labour would have been able tomget the message across.

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      A foreign city not far away. says:

      I heard on the BBC yesterday that over half of the population of London was not born in this country. Little wonder then that they would not vote for a UK independence party.

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        Vote UKIP stop Miliband says:

        Many people in 2010 voted Tory or Lib Dem that previously voted Labour. But for them voting UKIP they would go back to Labour. Keep UKIP momentum going and stop Miliband getting in next year.

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          Cinna says:

          They’re still in denial. Labour blaming their poor show, and success of UKIP on the heavy rain on Thursday.

          I assume they mean Labour voters are too stupid to use an umbrella.

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            Too lazy more like.

            This is the problem with Labour’s strategy. If you ignore the people who work for a living, and are more likely to vote, and support the bone idle and feckless in the belief that they will vote for you, when said bone idle and feckless can’t be arsed to get out of bed to vote for you then you don’t just get no votes, you get voted against.

            Many UKIP voters are ex-Labour, working people. They vote regardless of the weather because they have been shafted by Labour. If Cameron sorts out postal voting Labour on this basis would never get in again. In fact, the Tories should be actively, but discretely, encouraging a UKIP vote in the north.

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          • Mr Nobody says:

            Precisely. I’d like to see Ukip go after individual Labour heartland seats like Rotherham to start to hammer a few nails in the coffin of the tax-and-spend party.

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          • táxpáyér says:

            Labour are the Party for the feckless.
            Cons are the party for the Rent-seekers.
            Greens are the party for smelly fascists in self-denial.
            UKIP are the party for those who work.

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          • nah says:

            time for the u m bre l la is over.
            get wet.

            start with cocount, watermelon and white tea. on the head. and let it drip down the mandelson. then put youR 3

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          • nah, naher says:

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          Village Idiot says:

          …On the bbc, the morning papers’ at 8.20pm, with Fanshawe, did not show the front pages up, as they usually do?….8.40pm, Sky paper review,they did not show the front pages either?….
          During labours years,they allowed the immigrant population to grow by app
          4000,000, so their vote would come from grateful immigrants,..Cameron promises a referendum in 2017, when the immigrant population will have grown by app another 2500,000, probably enough to win a referendum,denying the indigenous their vote until the establishment is satisfied enough immigrants are legible to vote against leaving the EU!!!!! This is my theory and if true, it stinks,..or am I being unfair?

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            You do yourself a disservice with a name like Village Idiot. This seems perfectly reasonable to me, and I would suspect most people on this site.

            Might I suggest a name change?

            The Fourth Wise Man (formerly known as Village Idiot), perhaps?

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          • Waht a cunt says:

            “the morning papers’ at 8.20pm”?

            Village Idiot indeed.

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          • Village Idiot says:

            ……….a.m……..

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          Labour is the enemy of the working classes says:

          Leicester’s next… then Cambridge… then Oxford… then Birmingham… then Slough… Reading… then Luton… Manchester… Bradford… Croydon… Nottingham… Wolverhampton… Watford… Blackburn… Coventry…

          Note how this wikipedia article attempts to conceal the true extent of the problem by breaking it down into a few ethn!c groups, rather than showing the whole…
          h**p://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_UK_locations_with_large_ethnic_minority_populations

          h**p://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign-born_population_of_the_United_Kingdom

          7.5m …12% …is this really what the Br!tish people want? Have they ever been asked if they wanted the ethn!c composition of their country radically altered and reengineered by the state in this way?

          h**p://www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/2011/may/18/ethnic-population-england-wales

          Click on the “white Br!tish” (i.e.: !nd!genous English?) column to see the extent of ethn!c engineering.

          We talk about the c0l0nisation of the new world, of S_outh A_frica, of T_ibet, the plantat!on of I_reland, M_alaysia, A_ustralia, H_awaii, as a negative experience for the aut0chthonous population… do two wrongs make a right?

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            Or as an Australian Immigration once said in the 70’s:

            “Do two Wongs make a White?”

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          • Rosy says:

            Why is Richard lll being buried in Leicester? Fifty per cent of the population have never heard of him.

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          • The Growler says:

            Rosy, by the comment on here by several contributors, a few University educated folks in the HoC can not add up

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          • Cinna says:

            Well Richard III will turn in his grave. He wouldn’t recognise Leicester today. He’d wonder just where he’d been transported to.

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        Labour is the enemy of the working classes says:

        Leicester’s next… then Cambridge… then Oxford… then Birmingham… then Slough… Reading… then Luton… Manchester… Bradford… Croydon… Nottingham… Wolverhampton… Watford… Blackburn… Coventry…

        Note how this wikipedia article attempts to conceal the true extent of the problem by breaking it down into a few ethnic groups, rather than showing the whole…

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_UK_locations_with_large_ethnic_minority_populations

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign-born_population_of_the_United_Kingdom

        7.5m …12% …is this really what the British people want? Have they ever been asked if they wanted the ethnic composition of their country radically altered and reengineered by the state in this way?

        http://www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/2011/may/18/ethnic-population-england-wales

        Click on the “white British” (i.e.: indigenous English?) column to see the extent of ethnic engineering.

        We talk about the colonisation of the new world, of south africa, of tibet, the plantation of ireland, malaysia, australia, hawaii, as a negative experience for the autochthonous population… do two wrongs make a right?

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        Taxpayer funded astroturfing EU Troll says:

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      The Priory nurse says:

      Michael, your sedation is now ready. You are not Napoleon today.

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      time 2 CTL ALT & DEL says:

      BBC HEADLINE …Pope Francis praises Jordan at start of Middle East visit….. will he be the next one to take Katie up the Isle?

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    SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

    Good morning chaps ,should be fun tomorrow when the Euro results start coming in.

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      CCHQ says:

      Can we interest you in some iced Champagne?

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        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        Champagne no, but a few pints of the excellent Theakstons Old Peculiar ,a pork pie crusty bread and a few pickled onions.

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          Islingtonia Smuggington-Smythe says:

          How awfully common. You must be one of those working class euracists!

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          • SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            GOT IT IN ONE how perceptive of you!

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          • SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            OP ,pork pies pickled onions belong to us all , upper, middle and working class ,it is only the chav underclass and the faux intelligensia chattering class that would never understand that!

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          • Islingtonia Smuggington-Smythe says:

            Sadly my bottle of Perrier-Jouet Belle Epoque Rose Cuvee 2004 will remain unopened after Labour’s disappointing performance. As a socialist, though, I must remain strong. Something about the “workers uniting” according to my friend Percy Trustfund-Pretentio. But what does he know, he’s a Marxist!

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          • Labour is the enemy of the working classes says:

            Bacon butty for me…

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          • táxpáyér says:

            I might have to invent a pork-scratching and pickled onion pie.

            Perhaps make a quiche out of it?

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          The Growler says:

          What about Ringwood, Old Thumper, which of course you have heard of, it’s not for little boys, like little Willy Haugue. You will notice they use the emblem of Richard 111 as their logo
          File:Ringwood brewery.jpg

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        expat says:

        Send Farage the ‘Melchizedek’ size that Dave no longer needs.

        That man Nigel deserves it.

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          non taxable pikey says:

          Old Peculiar eh, heard it had got down south? Unfortunately Ruddles is no more, corporate greed took over and the brewery is now a housing estate. One can no longer go Ruddling round Rutland. However, the head brewer opened his own place and now produces his stuff at the Grainstore in Oakham. There is a sausage tasting festival there over the weekend so lots of nice Pork products being tried.
          Those of us raised on Ruddles tend to baffle southern OP drinkers somewhat. “How many pints of OP did you drink at lunchtime?” usually asked incredulously.

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          • Observer says:

            I’ve heard the sales of pork products are on the rise since they’re guaranteed not to be made by the enriched.

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          non taxable pikey says:

          Melton Mowbray is of course just up the road and Lincolnshire slightly eastwards. Although in recent times Lincolnshire has moved somewhat further east.

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          • Vlad the Loudhailer says:

            Over in Boston Linc’s where English is fast becoming a second language. Illicit Vodka distilling caused an explosion that blew the bloody (garage) doors off!

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          • Cinna says:

            Not as far east as Leicester. Twinned with Islamabad.

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      Anonymous says:

      Top of the morning to you to. Ukip are coming third.

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

    Not surprised at all that UKIP took 10 seatsin Rotherham a labour stronghold ,
    what i am surprised about is that they didn’t take more seats in neighbouring Doncaster Millitwats constituency
    Both areas are absolutely swamped with immigrants from every corner of the globe and seems to get worse by the week
    Roll on Sunday to see the true extent of UKIP’s success ,the only problem with all these work shy councillors being out of a cushy all expences paid position , is that Westminster will now have to create hundreds more Quango’s so they can keep them all on the public teat

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      Anonymous says:

      UKIP were three votes away in one ward,almost eleven.

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      The Growler says:

      If all the seats in Rotherham were up for grabs they would have got about 60% and a majority on the council. Even immigrants who came here 50/60 yeas ago are getting agitated by the seeming uncontrolled immigration.

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    fuck scotland with a deep fried nuclear warhead and a bottle of ebloa flavoured buckfast says:

    off to bed goes me whereupon myself shall dream vividly of ripping alex salmond’s head off, turning it into a boxing glove and then repeatedly punching nicola sturgeon in the cnut till she bleeds to death.

    how’s that for a fist (minister)

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      no need to fuck scotland because salmond and sturgeon are doing that fine as it is says:

      lucky for you i spelled ebola incorrectly.

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      Jacobite half-seas over the water says:

      Buckfast and an independent Scotland – they go better together.

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    Longinus says:

    “Well of course, the UKIP figures are actually below those for the last election vote so they will be disappointed” Politician

    “We are looking at voting for the local council, UKIP’s referendum promise & policy on immigration would have been irrelevant” Journo

    “ermm….” Politician

    Can’t wait for Sunday. London vote for UKIP was low as large immigrant population in London, not too hard is it?

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    This is the best it will ever get for UKIP

    Ukip will probably never do this well again

    You will see leading articles saying these things everywhere in the Murdoch/Barclay Brothers/Northcliffe press today.

    In a few cheap words, they can dismiss everything that has happened as if it were commonplace.

    There is no need to pay heed to those former Tories, Labour voters and Liberal Democrat defectors as it was simply a protest vote and akin to babies throwing their toys out of the pram…

    Nigel Farage has done what no other person alive has done. He has appealed over the heads of those who know best to their bosses – us. But his work is not ended, it has only just started.

    To the political leaders, to the press barons, to the quangocrats, to the civil service, to the police, to the justice system, to the educational system, to the BBC, to C4, to that O’Brien fellow (known only to others) we say this:

        EVEN NOW, YOU HAVE NOT GOT IT YET!

    
    
    
    

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

      Morning Sir , i trust you are on song this mornig ?

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      JB says:

      One day, Thursdays vote will be denied by people, as if it didn’t happen.

      And it will be forgotten that the people said no.

      If that does turn out to be the case, then we might as well have never bothered posting here. Any of us. All of us.

      In such ways is the human mind diverted and perverted.

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      Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

      I have NEVER joined a political party – until now.
      The unprecedented, unfustified, inaccurate vilification etc etc (recurring), of ordinary decent people – words fail me.

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      • 68
        Dave says:

        I understand the frustration of those turning to Mr Farage’s party.

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          Dave Continues says:

          But there’s absolutely nothing I can do about it since, along with my Honourable Friend Nick and Ed, I am absolutely committed to the EU.
          I’ll just promise a meaningless referendum and ignore the result.

          We are united in a Common Purpose like all others on the left

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      Up Yours says:

      James Kirkup in the Telegraph: “Ed Miliband’s hopes of winning next year’s general election were seriously undermined by the UK Independence Party’s surge in the local and European elections on Friday”

      Talk about skewing the story for his paymasters!

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    • 73
      Wee Wee Dougie says:

      Maybe when the results are announced tomorrow night, Labour will have won a massive victory in the Euro elections and Ed will rightly be hailed as the true people’s hero he surely is.

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      Maxwell's demon says:

      Real choice is David Cameron vs Ed Miliband, says George Osborne

      He’s violating the Second Law.

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      Anonymous says:

      Keep hearing that UKIP will fail as new parties in the past have done. They keep citing Social Democrats as an example. I would like to say that the instigators of that party were old hacks from the original Liberals and Labour. Why should such a party succeed? Just got to fail. My party is the People’s Party-borne of necessity. We cannot go back to voting the tripe which is LibLabCon. Vote UkIP every time.

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        "The Orwellianism of the English Left" says:

        new parties like Labour once were 100 years ago? like the Greens were in the 70s? like the SNP once were?

        like Labour, UKIP has risen from the grass-roots up; it is not a splinter group of another party like the SDP/LibDems.

        Labour has Cooperative Party members, so I don’t see a problem with some Tories also being UKIP members.

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    White rabbit says:

    My no ball of the week was Yvette Cooper’s weird hushed delivery on 5 live yesterday. Sounded like breathless pillow talk analysing a sub-standard tantric session.

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      Yvette says:

      Did you make wood my little fluffy wabbitikins?

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      a non says:

      Behind the scenes, the Cooper for Labour leadership campaign [ and possibly the Theresa May for Tory leader campaign ] are probably working in overdrive. :)
      Only empty vessels like Abbott feel the need to make a lot of noise.
      Always watch out for the quiet ones!

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      Cinna says:

      She wants to talk to us about immigration more. Not that she wants to engage in a discussion and reach a consensus with a view to reducing it. Her idea of talk is to try and convince how good it all is for us.

      They’ll never admit they have it wrong. Always in denial.

      And IDS (the tosser). “what people are telling us is that they want us to do more”. Yes we do, but we don’t want you to more about gay marriage and such. We want you to do more (lots more) about curbing or stopping immigration. Not b*loody talk about it…FFS just do something.

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      DK says:

      Yes, what a self-deluded Islingtonian hyposhite the Ballboy is!

      Do as I say not as I do!!

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    Moley says:

    Apparently Dan Hannan has joined UKIP.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-05-23/daniel-hannan-explains-why-socialism-does-not-work

    I have a feeling that a correction will be issued shortly.

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      Premonition says:

      OOps !

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      Labour is the enemy of the working classes says:

      He’s too similar to Farage… best to have him stay in the Tories where he can recruit for UKIP covertly, and eat away at Cameron’s support within the party.

      I would much rather see Dan Hannan as the next Tory leader than trapped inside UKIP.

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    Prime Minister"Money's no object" Cameron says:

    The working people are not interested in my childish socialism or sinister political correctness and have voted for liberty and freedom.

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

    All three main parties lost thousands of votes
    While beer in hand Nigel just stands by and gloats
    The Westminster smear campaign was a humiliating flop
    and big three councillor like flies they did drop
    The people of Britain said “we’ve had enough”!
    On calamity Clegg t’was especially tough
    As Cameron’s last stand just withered and died
    and Milliband pulls faces as bacon he tries
    From the EU dictat we will soon all be free
    as Milliband Clegg and Cameron enter obscurity
    With Nigel as PM we’ll again rule the waves
    As the Liblaband cons are lowered to their graves
    We will again rule our land ,and once more we’ll be free
    From the nazi dictatorship European community

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  12. 26
    Comical Dougie says:

    We have butchered the UKIP. They came to destroy us but it is they who have been destroyed.

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    They have not learned. Some listen but no one hears. says:

    BBC any questions last night, repeated this pm. The politicians said they must learn from why people voted UKIP and listen. Then they proceeded to trash every UKIP policy and the people who had voted for them.

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      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      There is only one reason for voting UKIP we hate the EU it is not a protest , a way of expressing dissent , it is not a disillusionment with politics,it is a visceral hatred for the interfering bureaucracy, hatred for Barrosso ,van Rumpoy ,mass immigration ,sodomist marriage and anything that they might have in the pipeline whenever they feel strong enough to impose it.

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    • 67
      Vote UKIP to ensure England remains in the EU says:

      Every UKIP policy??

      You dumb cun’t, UKIP only have one policy

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        keep on saying it says:

        Sad, so sad, for you. I’m glad there are thousands like you though, your ignorance is our strength.

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        Anonymous says:

        No.66.I’m yet to hear the LibLabCon policies for the forthcoming general election. Please do not use your filthy swearing on me.It is wasted on me. I could give you a few lessons but I am UKIP and have no need to get into the gutter with you.

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          Expat Geordie says:

          Given the extend of EU influence in this country then he is correct – UKIP only has one policy. However everything, and I mean just about everything, extends from that policy. Would we have the immigration issues that we have today without EU membership?

          For pollsters to conduct a poll and ask people what their concerns are, and then say that, correctly according to the narrow remit of the poll, people are not interested in Europe, is a fallacy. Immigration – Europe, Defence – Europe, The Economy – Europe, Green Issues (lies) – Europe. It’s all bloody Europe.

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          Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

          Sticks and Stones etc.
          I also refuse to lower my standards to those who occupy the gutter

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      Taxpayer funded astroturfing EU Troll says:

      They are such a bunch of C u n t s !!!!!

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    Round_or_Flat says:

    The extend that the established political parties and the media look upon UKIP as problem ‘that can be managed’ is pretty well amazing.
    They honestly think this ‘storm in a teacup’ is something that can be contained, sat out and ultimately seen through, like a spell of bad weather.
    Milliband, last month was on the TV saying that fears about immigration was more a question of the party’s failure in communication with its electorate – as if the mere explaining of the phenomenon would somehow mollify and win over people who continued to see immigration as it is – a threat. The same person, is now being criticised by his ‘orcs’ for not attacking UKIP head on. Surely he would do better to attack immigration head on, since this is one of the reasons why support for UKIP continues to grow? Fat chance.

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      nell says:

      No! No! edmilitwit says you’ve got it wrong. He issued a statement last night saying that people had made a protest vote through ukip because they were worried about the cost of living and the economy. ++++Laugh+++++

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        Even now, he has not got it yet!

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        Idiot Lantern says:

        Last night the story on the telly was than Liebour’s vote was low because Millibrain:
        1. Forgot the name of the Swindon Liebour Leader (nb: not that he lied about it)
        2. Forgot his weekly shopping bill
        3. Ate a bacon butty clumsily (what about the “first Jewish PM” line?).

        I wonder how much of that is spin and how much that they really believe the electorate are all moronic big-brother-fan plebs.

        More the latter I suspect.

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    SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

    The one happy note about the anti UKIP smear tactic is that it is now done for ,they can never use it again , they actually imagined that the indigenous population outside of Islington would be offended by allegations of racism !

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      Smearing is the only game in town. says:

      Oh but they can. Listen to today’s repeat of BBC any questions from last night and hear them doing just that.

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        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        They will get the same results .

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        • 213
          Labour is the enemy of the working classes says:

          …so they can use it again… and should…

          just like the local MEP that sent a fake handwritten letter around saying the EU is worth 420,000 jobs and to vote for out makes you a “Little Englander”.

          https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Bm-lYEoCEAA_iVj.jpg:large

          …yeah, that’ll work …we’re all going to vote for troughing çunts that call us stupid bigoted çunts – like Gordon Brown did. (I didn’t know she was a LibDem… bye love!)

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      • 508
        DK says:

        0.1% of UK people who vote listen to that shite!

        Islingtonians & Castlefordians!!

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    • 133
      Nige's to do list says:

      First they ignore you.
      Then they laugh at you.
      Then they fight you.
      Then you win…

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    • 183
      Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

      To think it’s all over displays a gullible point of view

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      • 238
        Labour is the enemy of the working classes says:

        True… it’s not over until UKIP start getting MPs in places like Rotherham, Sunderland, Hartlepool, Hull, and the muscle-memory Laborg voters gradually die off to be replaced by nothing… the coming generation won’t vote Laborg …they are looking right not left.

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  16. 37
    nell says:

    So I see that labour have won a great victory with Mr Axelrod’s excellent advice. Tell me again how much are they paying for his vote winning strategies?

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  17. 38
    Moley says:

    Results so far;

    Labour +330
    Conservative -173
    Lib Dem -244
    UKIP +128

    Meanwhile the press, (who have apparently spent the last 3 days licking toads and consuming magic mushrooms) are full of news of disappointing results for Labour and problems for Miliband.

    I bet that Cameron would be happy with Miliband’s “problem” of 330 gains.

    I look forward to the return of the media to planet Earth, but it is beginning to look as if they have departed reality permanently.

    The new meme is “success is failure”.

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    • 41
      nell says:

      Well if you compare labour’s local election result to the similar local election result that kinnoch achieved just prior to a general election that he lost, kinnoch had 38% of the local election vote whereas militwit has only achieved 31%.

      And that 31% also is dire because he has been saying he needs 35% to get him into no 10 next year.

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      • 150
        WoRaft Chihuahua says:

        They are all partied-out in Cambridge city. Labour got that back with the help of Nick Clegg. They may even lose the Westminster seat back to Labour in 2015. Cambridge is one of those chi-chi leftie places which could not believe it when Clegg reneged on his pledge over tuition fees.

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      • 160
        Moley says:

        Momentum.

        Which way are things going; what direction is being traveled?

        I have the greatest difficulty in believing that losing 173 seats compared to Labour gaining 330, actually makes the chance of a Conservative win in 2015 greater.

        It does not compute.

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        • 179
          Fred the pensioner says:

          When do we get to see the actual number of votes accrued to/by each individual candidate? Only then will we be able to calculate how popular or otherwise Nige’s bunch is.

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          • Labour is the enemy of the working classes says:

            The public aren’t stupid… if they had PR and compulsory voting, the old order would be wiped out.

            Think about it… what is 1/3 (Labour’s vote) of 2/3 (probably GE turnout) = 1/6, which is just 12.5%

            Even under the heights of Blair, Labour only got 34% of 71% = 24%

            So Labour should only be having between 12% and 24% of the seats in Parliament… 160 seats for Blair, and 80 seats for Miliband.

            The system that keeps delivering 200+ seats for any party is malfunctioning; 300+ seats for Labour is an abomination.

            Constituency politics is doomed to be susceptible to corruption as well as gross disenfranchisement of the electorate and over-representation of minority parties like Labour.

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          • Labour is the enemy of the working classes says:

            T h e _ p u b l i c _ a r e n ’ t _ s t u p i d _ . . . _ i f _ t h e y _ h a d _ P r o p o r t i o n a l _ R e p r e s e n t a t i o n _ a n d _ C o m p u l s o r y _ V o t I n g _ ( l I k e _ J u r y _ S e r v I c e ) , _ t h e _ o l d _ o r d e r _ w o u l d _ b e _ w I p e d _ o u t .

            T h i n k _ a b o u t _ i t _ . . . _ w h a t _ i s _ o n e _ t h i r d _ (L a b o u r ’ s _ v o t e ) _ o f _ t w o _ t h i r d s ( p r o b a b l y _ G E _ t u r n o u t ) _ e q u a l s _ o n e _ s i x t h , _ w h i c h _ i s _ j u s t _ 1 2 _ p o i n t _ 5 _ p e r c e n t

            E v e n _ u n d e r _ t h e _ h e i g h t s _ o f _ B l a I r, _ L a b o u r _ o n l y _ g o t _ 3 4 _ p e r c e n t _ o f _ 7 1 _ p e r c e n t _ e q u a l s _ 2 4 _ p e r c e n t

            S o _ L a b o u r _ s h o u l d _ o n l y _ b e _ h a v i n g _ b e t w e e n _ 1 2 _ p e r c e n t _ a n d _ 2 4 _ p e r c e n t _ o f _ t h e _ s e a t s _ i n _ P a r l I a m e n t . . . _ 1 6 0 _ s e a t s _ f o r _ B l a I r , _ a n d _ 8 0 _ s e a t s _ f o r _ M Iil I b a n d .

            T h e _ s y s t e m _ t h a t _ k e e p s _ d e l I v e r i n g _ 2 0 0 _ p l u s _ s e a t s _ f o r _ a n y _ p a r t y _ i s _ m a l f u n c t I o n i n g ; _ 3 0 0 _ p l u s _ s e a t s _ f o r _ L a b o u r _ i s _ a n _ a b o m i n at i o n _ ( m u c h _ l I k e _ t h e _ m o d b o t _ o n _ h e r e ) .

            C o n s t i t u e n c y _ p o l i t i c s _ i s _ d o o m e d _ t o _ b e _ s u s c e p t i b l e _ t o _ c o r r u p t i o n _ a s _ w e l l _ a s _ g r o s s _ d i s e n f r a n c h i s e m e n t _ o f _ t h e _ e l e c t o r a t e _ a n d _ o v e r – r e p r e s e n t a t i o n _ o f _ m i n o r i t y _ p a r t i e s _ l i k e _ L a b o u r .

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    • 191
      Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

      Whatever the source, your numbers remind me of Ballsmaths

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      • 196
        Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

        Oh and Ukip didn’t field a full team in London which affects the overall %age comparison between the parties

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    • 303
      táxpáyér says:

      It’s a bit like the stock market…

      A company announces a fall in profits but the stock goes UP..

      WHY?!?

      Because it was expected that the fall in profits would be much greater.

      A company announces a rise in profits but the stock goes DOWN..

      WHY?!?

      Because it was expected that the rise in profits would be much greater.

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  18. 47
    Fruitcake and swivel eyed loon loving every minute says:

    ‘There’s been no earthquake’ says MSM & LibLabCon.

    That’s correct. Yesterday was a tremor. The earthquake comes tomorrow night with an aftershock on june 5th. The tsunami arrives in 2015.

    When will these people get it into their thick skulls that they are on the wrong end of a gamechanger.

    Vote Con get a proven liar. Vote Lab get an incapable idiot, Vote Lib Dem get sectioned.

    Vote UKIP, get UKIP.

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  19. 59
    Vote UKIP stop Miliband says:

    We can only be thankful for the internet or UKIP would have been demolished by the coordinated media vendetta against them for daring to challenge the political and media establishment. The press and TV can go to hell as far as I am concerned.

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    • 103
      White rabbit says:

      The Dimbleby brothers – Smashie and Nicey of BBC politics. 115 and 107 years old and going strong.

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      • 135
        Paxo says:

        Any chance of my getting the QT job?

        I might be rude to the luvvies, but in my favour I went to public school and Oxbridge and bro is his excellency the Ambassador to Spain so I know which is the fish knife.

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      • 204
        Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

        I beg to differ, their influence is fading away fast

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        • 282
          Labour is the enemy of the working classes says:

          led by technology… 100 years ago how many people had a home telephone…

          now look at this graph for mobile phone growth since 1985

          there are loads of stats and pretty graphs that you can find that show that there is only one direction of travel, and it is towards a more informed electorate

          http://www.statista.com/statistics/289158/telephone-presence-in-households-in-the-uk/

          growth in smartphones since 2008 has been particularly keen since the iphone

          meanwhile declining age demographic of papers mirrors the growth in smartphones and internet use

          http://www.newspaperinnovation.com/index.php/category/readership/

          knowledge is power, and this is bound to have an effect on politics and engagement.

          I bet, that in 20 years time, even with FPTP, Labour and the Tories will not be so dominant. Labour will find it particularly hard, given that they have relied on an industrial-related voter base that is in terminal decline.

          Who needs unions when you’ve got the internet?!

          This technological change – the information revolution – has to have an impact on politics as it did a century ago with the emergence of Labour and the BBC.

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        • 283
          m o d b o t party says:

          led by technology… 100 years ago how many people had a home telephone…

          now look at this graph for mobile phone growth since 1985
          h**p://www.economicshelp.org/wp-content/uploads/blog-uploads/2012/11/mobile-phone-subscriptions-500×330.png

          there are loads of stats and pretty graphs that you can find that show that there is only one direction of travel, and it is towards a more informed electorate
          h**p://www.statista.com/statistics/289158/telephone-presence-in-households-in-the-uk/

          growth in smartphones since 2008 has been particularly keen since the iphone

          meanwhile declining age demographic of papers mirrors the growth in smartphones and internet use
          h**p://www.newspaperinnovation.com/index.php/category/readership/

          knowledge is power, and this is bound to have an effect on politics and engagement.

          I bet, that in 20 years time, even with FPTP, Labour and the Tories will not be so dominant. Labour will find it particularly hard, given that they have relied on an industrial-related voter base that is in terminal decline.

          Who needs unions when you’ve got the internet?!

          This technological change – the information revolution – has to have an impact on politics as it did a century ago with the emergence of Labour and the BBC.

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          • táxpáyér says:

            You had to wait 6+weeks to get a telephone when it was run by the state.
            The choice of telephones was “limited”.

            Capitalism works.

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          • The purple headed people eaters says:

            I know…

            …the point is that information communication technology has an impact on politics. The BBC and Labour are anachronisms of 20th century technology.

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      • 548
        Jim says:

        did anyone notice Robinsons’ remark to Dimbleby about ‘you’re in the chair. You’re always in the chair’………

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  20. 62
    Moley says:

    There is no mystery as to why UKIP did not do brilliantly in London, (apart from not contesting many seats).

    Typical Labour territory is no longer the industrial north, it is the enclaves of London where the bigoted BBC and the millionaire Socialists live. The typical socialist is now someone who is paid ten times what they are worth; is dependent directly or indirectly on taxpayers money and assuages the guilt brought on by their huge salary and decadent lifestyle by pretending to be a socialist.

    The realities of socialism’s utter failure in Venezuela, (and everywhere else where it has been tried) is ignored, and to do that takes a degree of bigotry and cognitive dissonnance which would keep a team of clinical psychiatrists in work for years.

    If Labour want to know why they are doing badly up North, all they need to do is to put a picture of Miliband’s Doncaster Office, next to one of his Mansion in London and look at it for a few minutes.

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    • 208
      Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

      Quite a revelation. Source for a UKIP poster of the future

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    • 299
      Suzie Q says:

      Fantastic post – Thank you!

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    • 349
      Progressive wanker says:

      I am suddenly reminded of when I saw a lot of Union big-wigs quaffing champers in a five star hotel a few years back, and when labour had a champers and canapés function in the canary wharf east winter garden.

      Not that long ago labour would have had the event in an east end working men’s club.

      How things change

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  21. 69
    It's not Brown, it's balls! says:

    Ed Balls has said Labour should talk louder about immigration. :-D Hilarious. Having realised that calling millions of voters racist doesn’t work, Labour are now in a panicked scramble to try and take the ground held by UKIP. It’s so pathetically transparent. Seeing the UKIP vote eat into Labour heartlands in the north has made them shit themselves in sheer terror. Ed and gang are distraught that they’ve basically been calling some of their own traditional voters racist for weeks on end. It’s a beautiful backfire.

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    • 92
      White rabbit says:

      What he really means is to bellow abuse rather than shout and mutter.
      Neat change of direction.

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    • 210
      Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

      Ballspolicy

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      • 293
        UK Industrial Progress says:

        What’s funny is that Labour keep laying into the Tories on their little boat… meanwhile, UKIP’s great white shark is swimming up beneath them.

        UKIP – the party of the working class
        [img]http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2013/05/28/article-0-1A09A767000005DC-329_306x423.jpg[/img]

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  22. 70
    Mystic Mug says:

    Prediction for this day next year:

    UKIP – one MP (Farage)
    Coalition between Labour and the LibDems
    Cameron resigns

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    • 72
      If it's what you want. says:

      If it happens it happens, their is no difference in the LibLabCons so we get the same as we have now, except a coalition between Liebour and the Libcraps will do untold damage to the country and will bring it’s demise sooner, out of the fire etc.

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      • 90
        Moley says:

        I think the flaw with that prediction is that the Lib Dems need to have MPs to participate in a coalition, and one or two will not be enough.

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        • 127
          Anonymous says:

          Does it really matter who wins the general election in 2015.Be it Lab.Con or Lb they all have the some policies about our enrichment by ever more immigrants. They think it it about economics,foreign policy,trade etc.,but it is not. It is about the English having an identity and a way of life which is very seriously threratened by immigration. We must continue to supprt UKIP or the powerful London establishment will rub our faces in the dirt and continue to exert their authority over millions of good patriotic working people. We have had enough of their sneers and spite.

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    • 212
      Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

      Sorry that Suzanne Evans lost her seat. In my opinion she would make an influential mp too

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    • 295
      UK Industrial Progress says:

      UKIP – more MPs in Labour heartlands than in Tory heartlands – always expect the unexpected.

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    • 603
      Taxpayer funded astroturfing EU Troll says:

      You mean one PM surley mish money penny?

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  23. 71
    Now now says:

    When will the “experts” on tv stop telling me that I only voted UKIP to piss the LibLabCons off and I will return to the fold in May 2015, just to let the “experts” know I was still going to vote for UKIP in May 2015 but if I wasn’t, after watching the LibLabCons disgusting undemocratic behaviour over the last month, I would be too embarrassed to vote for them, disgusting behaviour does not warrant a reward it requires jail for the organisers and willing idiot’s who did it.

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  24. 79
    George Orwell 2 says:

    Half the PC liberati chatterati believe in socialism and are just ignorant stupid cnuts.

    The other half are hypocritical t(u)rds who know it only works until the money runs out, but they are just thieving and consuming as much as possible for themselves while they can. They are the pigs standing on their hind legs.

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  25. 81
    Vote UKIP stop Miliband says:

    The idea that UKIP is racist or xenophobic because it attracts some who are is ridiculous. It is like saying that Labour is Communist or Nazi because it attracts some communist and National Socialists. Or the Tories are only for the rich because some rich peole vote for them. Or the Lib Dems are perverts and peedos because …
    OK forget the last one.

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    • 87
      The truth will out says:

      They are just name callings by the political classes who have been found out for giving away British sovereignty to Brussels. They have no defence for this and are reduced to their pathos.

      There is nothing remotely wrong with trying to restore democracy back to the people of the United Kingdom.

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  26. 83
    UKIP have stolen the LOCAL show says:

    Hard to realise today. But until yesterday no one was even talking about the local elections, not even the all seeing BBC. It just shows how UKIP have taken the political classes by storm.

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  27. 84
    Worker Drone says:

    I heard a Labour she-bitch on the radio yesterday saying that Labour had failed to get their central message across.

    No, love. You got your central message across loud and clear. ” We are going to give your jobs to immigrants.”

    And I bet not one of the morons in Labour or the Tories think that message is the problem.

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    • 144
      Pedant says:

      All bitches are female (apart from Austrian political experts interviewed on Newsnight), and one is either a worker or a drone. Drones don’t sting or work but just hang about chatting up the birds. (cf Wooster’s the Drone Club)

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  28. 85
    Infidels r Us says:

    Is anyone really surprised that London bucked the national trend? Muslims have taken over vast swathes of the capital, especially the islamic republic of Tower Minarets. Postal fraud, violence and intimidation are the hallmarks of the evil Labour-muslim partnership throughout London.

    The left are shitting themselves at the increasingly realistic potential of a UKIP-Tory pact, because it would mean we’d finally have a government willing to tackle the muslim problem that’s wrecking the country and given us 7/7, Lee Rigby’s murder, muslim patrols, hate preachers living off the state, protests by muslims at soldiers’ funerals, the infiltration of secular schools and the covert spread of halal meat, which is produced by the most barbaric method, not to mention legions of downtrodden women forced to imprison themselves in burkas and all the girls mutilated, forced into marriages and murdered in honour killings. UKIP is going to clean up the mess left by Labour and Cameron, and that’s why the bedwetting, hysterical left who have been useful idiots for islam are panicking. Expect the attacks by Owen Jones, Laurie Penny, Polly and Alibaba Brown to get ever more vicious.

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    • 88
      nell says:

      The technical truth about why ukip do not poll well in London is that the london vote is predominantly young and ukip is making inroads elsewhere on the back of the votes from older people.

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      • 91
        Anonymous says:

        No the technical truth is and we are talking about inner London is that over 50% of its population was born outside the UK. They see themselves as Londoners but not British.

        Ask Bonnie Greer, she will tell you.

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      • 97
        Moley says:

        Patronising offensive and wrong.

        http://www.spectator.co.uk/features/9212341/the-most-shocking-thing-about-young-ukip-supporters-theyre-normal/

        You can’t believe everything you read in the press, particularly if it comes from CCHQ.

        There is no way that the level of support UKIP is getting can come from a few old men.

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        • 202
          Vote UKIP stop Miliband says:

          According to YouGov, 13 per cent of those intending to vote Ukip at the European elections are aged 18 to 24 — two percentage points more than for the Green party.

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      • 98
        Inner London views England with arrogant contempt says:

        London is a tale of two cities, the inner and the outer. The outer is England, the inner is a ruling elite and its cheap imported labour. Just look at the difference in the voting stats.

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        • 186
          Fred the pensioner says:

          Perhaps we can get a few thousand of the jobless working to build a nice high wall round it – say just inside the M25?

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          • Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

            Good idea, the declare London as a country, and the rest of us beyond can man the barricades

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      • 197
        Anonymous says:

        I seem to recall that foreign nationals can also vote in local elections. Those turkeys ain’t gonna vote for Christmas.

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    • 99
      Jezza says:

      Agreed. It’s all about moo slim immigration to this country and the general flood of third world cretins into the country in recent years – if it’s not halted soon, Britain will become a third world country. People outside London see it and live with the consequences already in some areas, particularly the cities and large towns of the North and Midlands. In London it’s already gone so far that the majority is no longer English and don’t care anyway. We’re in the last chance saloon. Hopefully UKIP are the answer

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    • 108
      Moley says:

      Have a read of Charles Moore on London; it makes more sense than rubbish about a lack of “old men” being behind UKIP’s poorer showing in London.

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/local-elections/10852204/Local-elections-The-capital-fails-to-see-the-heartache-and-pain-beyond.html

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      • 309
        táxpáyér says:

        Capital directly benefits from the immigration but the costs are exported outside it.

        The subsidies* from Subsidised** Immigration accrue to the already wealthy.

        *The fall in wages and the rise in rents
        **People traffickers charge 50k per immigrant, that’s the clearing rate that the state COULD charge if it wanted to control migration.

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      • 373
        Horrified says:

        And an almost unbelievable quote from that article:

        “In Thursday’s elections, to take a preposterous example, a group of Muslim councillors in Newham, who had defected from Respect, were permitted to campaign for an Islamic state under the banner of the Conservatives”

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    • 140
      Moley says:

      A long time in the past, before the RSPCA became another wing of the militant left, the Society campaigned vigorously for humane slaughter.

      How come the RSPCA has been completely silent on the abandoning of humane slaughter to suit an immigrant religious minority?

      Why is it the norm that our standards have to be degraded back to the level of a barbarian society, and we are failing completely to insist that immigrants adopt our standards, not us, theirs.

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      • 194
        Anonymous says:

        Why are the RSPCA silent ………………………………….

        Silent…………………..

        Yet they can’t get to court quick enough to prosecute an old granny who has a few too many cats…………….

        Bloody hypocrites.

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      • 211
        rick says:

        +1

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      • 375
        Observer says:

        Eat pork and pork based products. The pigs will have been slaughtered humanely.

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    • 241
      Anonymous says:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Kingdom_local_elections,_2014

      Ealing: Labour 30.4% White British
      Enfield:Labour 40.5% White British
      Greenwich Labour 52.3% White British
      Hackney: Labour 36.2% White British
      Waltham Forest: Labour 36% White British

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  29. 86
    nell says:

    the poor old libdems really took a kicking and now they’re plotting to get cleggie out of the leadership. Do they really think that making vincecable or simonhughes leader is going to increase their electoral chances?

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  30. 89
    Another PC outrage in Dave's gayers paradise. says:

    The PC bastards running the U.K. have a lovely new method for providing children for Dave’s Same Sex couples. Give them two Roma boys each.

    The High Court has supported this abomination.

    Will the European Court of Human Rights overturn it?

    Meanwhile fucking social services and lawyers get fat on all the lovely lovely costs and fees involved.

    CHILDREN NEED TWO PARENTS. ONE WOMAN AND ONE MAN. They are not trophies for gays.

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  31. 95
    Roger Helmer says:

    The Ukipper next to me has clearly just farted. Should I also fart to add to his toxic fumes to make it less awkward, or should I slap him?

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  32. 100
    The 1922 Committee says:

    Fuck Off

    SIGNED

    Steven Woolfe, UKIP Economics Spokesman
    Amjad Bashir, UKIP Small Business Spokesman
    Winston McKenzie, UKIP Commonwealth Spokesman
    Andrew Charalambous, UKIP Housing Spokesman
    Shneur Odze, UKIP North West MEP Candidate
    Dr Raj Chandran, Candidate Gedling and ex Commissioner Racial Equality Commission
    Pastor Annette, Reid UKIP Candidate (Croydon North)
    Rachel Hunte, UKIP Candidate (Croydon North)
    Marilyn Jeffrey, UKIP Candidate (Croydon North)
    Jenefer Parke-Blair, UKIP Candidate (Croydon North)
    Herman Lyken, UKIP Candidate (Croydon North)
    Winston Kennedy, UKIP Candidate (Croydon North)
    Rathy Alargaratnam, UKIP Candidate (Morden)
    Maxine Spencer, UKIP Candidate (Holborn and Islington)
    Emmanuel Ehirim, UKIP Candidate (Croydon North)
    Pastor Marjorie King, UKIP Candidate (Croydon North)
    Przemek Skwirczynski, Chairman Friends of Poland in UKIP and candidate (Croydon North)
    Tomasz Zajaczkowski, Secretary Friends of Poland in UKIP and candidate
    Julian Conway, Chairman Friends of Israel in UKIP
    Peter Redstone, Chairman UKIP in Israel
    Lee Waters, Chairman Gedling (UKIP Anglo – Italian Friends)
    Francois Loi, Vice Chairman Gedling (UKIP Anglo – Italian Friends)
    Dirk Muller, UKIP Candidate (Croydon North) and UKIP Friends of Germany
    Ace Nnoram, UKIP candidate ( Croydon )
    Pauline McQueen, UKIP Candidate (Tower Hamlets)
    Nicholas McQueen, UKIP Candidate (Tower Hamlets)
    Annamaria Mignano, UKIP Candidate (Tower Hamlets)
    Bertlyn Springer, UKIP Candidate (Tower Hamlets)
    Tony Registe, UKIP candidate (Tower Hamlets)
    Amir Latif, UKIP candidate (Finchley)
    Cllr Tariq Saeed, UKIP councillor (Barking)
    Syed Iliyas Hussain, UKIP candidate (Barnet)
    Eddie Otoyo, UKIP Candidate ( Lambeth)
    Bryan Tomilinson, UKIP candidate (Hilligndon)
    Barry Leavers, UKIP Candidate ( Hillingdon)
    Ray McKennon, UKIP member (Hillingdon)
    Heidi Rao, UKIP member (Hillingdon)
    Khalid Khan, UKIP candidate (Barking)
    Keith Rowe, Chairman UKIP Birmingham
    George Konstandinidis, UKIP Eastern Region Chairman
    Stephen Dion, Chairman Telford & Wrekin and candidate (Wolverhampton)
    Jehad Soliman, UKIP Branch Secretary Kettering
    Ismael Patel, UKIP member – Leicester Branch
    Avvar Taggar, UKIP Candidate (Coventry)
    Anish Patel, UKIP member
    Chris Apostolou, Chairman Barnet Branch
    Edmund Silverman, UKIP member Gedling
    Mark Davies, UKIP candidate (Manchester)
    Thomas Slivnik, MA Cantab, PHD Cantab FTICA UKIP member

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  33. 104
    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    A less tepid Labour opposition would steamroller the next election.

    Oppose attacks on the poor.
    Give the marginalized working classes a voice.
    Be a proper opposition.

    What are you afraid of, Ed?

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    • 111
      Labour ignores Labour says:

      He seems to have forgotten his one time core voter, white working man. his message is for trendy global green metrosexual.

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    • 112
      Toxic Tories for Landowning Spongers, Parasites, Criminals, Expenses Fraudsters, Traitors, Peedos, & says:

      Attlee faced the same sort of thing – “An empty taxi drew up and Attlee got out”. He only went on to a landslide victory and led the most radical government in the last 100 years (setting up both the NHS and NATO).

      So Labourites should take the knocks with pride.

      “Ouch! That was over 300 gains, have mercy!”

      “Man, he won Hammersmith and Fulham, is he out of his mind?”

      “Croydon too, Ed won Croydon, he’s killing us!”

      “If only we’d lost 250 seats like the LibDems, we’d be guaranteed to be the power brokers in a Hung Parliament”

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      • 157
        Ignoramus says:

        How was the NHS, welfare state and nationalisation funded by Atlee?
        It never gets discussed.
        Was it really covered by NI, or huge loans, or was that where all teh marshall plan money went?

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      • 167
        Expat Geordie says:

        Yes but Atlee, like Thatcher, gave a shit about the real working man, and they responded with their votes. Miliband hates the working man, it shows, and he will suffer for it.

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      • 194
        Fred the pensioner says:

        If the taxi was empty, how could anyone get out of it?

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    • 171
      Anonymous says:

      He’s afraid of his own fcuking shaddow, and the poor, and the working classes.

      A bit like the entire shambles that is the Labour Party. They don’t give a fcuk about you either moussa but you’re too thick to see that.

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  34. 107
    Choices says:

    Vote Dave get Ed,

    Vote Ed get Nick,

    Vote Nick get Dave,

    Vote LibLabCon get a left of centre pro EU political class.

    Like

    • 114
      Toxic Tories for Landowning Spongers, Parasites, Criminals, Expenses Fraudsters, Traitors, Peedos, & says:

      Vote Nigel, then get pissed.

      Like

  35. 109
    Labour election campaign in a year says:

    A free handjob by Emily Thornberry for every Labour vote. Who are you to resist? She’s a babe!

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  36. 113
    Paddy Power says:

    One other bit of betting activity that caught my attention – a customer in one of our London shops put down £500 on Alistair Darling being the next Chancellor of the Exchequer at 16/1. I wonder if they are thinking that Balls would be unacceptable to the Lib Dems in a possible Lab/Lib coalition government? We’ve cut his price to to 10/1.

    Like

    • 118
      scotch on the rocks says:

      a good punt that. The liberals would never accept Balls, Labour would insist have their man as chancellor, Darling would be acceptable to both… Unless Darling is a foreigner come 2015.

      Like

  37. 116
    Comical Dougie says:

    Our enemies have been vanquished. The barbarians are at the gates committing suicide in the hundreds in defeat. Brave Labour forces have crushed our opponents. The charred remains of the UKIP infidels are lying in the street.

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    • 119
      Toxic Tories for Landowning Spongers, Parasites, Criminals, Expenses Fraudsters, Traitors, Peedos, & says:

      Labour have gained 328 councillors, have the largest share of the vote and have taken key Tory Councils, the Lib Dems have dropped through the floor, yet you spin this as Labour losing.

      Like

      • 125
        Essex all the way says:

        Excellent comment. Please! Please! Go on believing this.

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        • 149
          nell says:

          labour got 31% of the vote less than they got in the locals in 2012 and 7% less that they got under kinnoch in the locals who achieved 38% and still lost the general election 1 year later.

          How does that equate to a great victory?

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          • Moley says:

            So the Conservatives have absolutely no need to worry at all, everything is fine and Cameron is on his way to a landslide victory in 2015?

            I bet you Nell £50.00 that if Cameron is still leader in 2015; the Conservatives won’t win a working majority.

            If you accept, post it here and e mail Guido, and I’ll do the same.

            And unlike Cameron’ Ill keep my word.

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      • 205
        Vote UKIP stop Miliband says:

        The biggest protest vote is for the Labour party.

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    • 230
      Comical Dugi says:

      Keep reading out my crib sheet

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  38. 121
    Roger Helmer says:

    If you’re having a bad day, remember, there are people out there who have their ex’s name tattooed on themselves…

    Like

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  40. 123
    De_Barkles says:

    Discreet conversation between Cameron & Milliband:
    ///
    Cameron: How shall we play this one out Ed?
    Milli:. Dunno. Perhaps you could facilitate Turkey and West Ukraine’s entry in the EU., to balance things out a bit.
    Cameron: But that would give your lot an in-built advantage.
    Milli.: You really think so? I had never thought of it that way. Can’t we just wait?
    Cameron: Wait for what?
    Milli: For the inevitable?
    Cameron: Inevitable what?
    Milli: (cackles)

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  41. 124
    Great joke I heard at stand-up comedy gig last night says:

    Why did the pint glass go to the hospital?

    Because it was stuck up a pervert’s rectum.

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  42. 126

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    • 453
      The purple headed people eaters says:

      I see Axelrod is touting for more business after that shocker last night.

      Like

  43. 130
    The British media are cunts says:

    Labour spokesman on Radio 5 this morning claimed that Labour have won the Euro election. Since the voting boxes should still be sealed I’m not sure how he knows this…unless of course it’s already been decided by the elites.

    Perhaps those 2 million postal votes from Mohammad and Fatima from 19A Brick Lane are real?

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    • 154
      Rickytshirt says:

      Well if that’s the case he can still get odds of 7/2 from Ladbrokes. Something doesn’t quite add up.

      Like

      • 159
        Rickytshirt says:

        That’s as opposed to 1/6 for Ukip.

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      • 329
        jgm2 says:

        I reckon 7/2 is good odds. I reckon Labour have every chance of winning particularly with that UKIP ‘spoiler’ party at the top of the ballot sheet.

        I hope I’m wrong.

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    • 169
      A new dawn has broken...has it not ??(er Sorry Ed but no it hasn't) says:

      It’s like Miliband claiming yesterday that people had voted Labour in the local elections because of their policies on freezing energy costs; bankers bonuses;controlling rents and because of the cost of living “crisis” rather than because of who the voters thought could best deal with the potholes in the local roads. I never knew that local councillors had so much power. I mean even national politicians can’t do what Miliband is suggesting

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  44. 134
    The Prime Mincer says:

    Foreign aid and bum fun shall remain the priorities.

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    • 139
      The Republic of Ireland left us, you wanted it that way, we don't care says:

      Who gives a fuck?

      Like

      • 145
        The British media are cunts says:

        The Mick’s can be bought off cheaply. The EU know that. A gutless nation of cowards and murdering scum.

        Like

    • 237
      Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

      They’d better count again to see if they get the correct answer next time

      Like

  46. 138
    Rickytshirt says:

    Found a lib dem voter yesterday who was visibly shocked that I had voted Ukip. When I asked him why he thought we should have a lib dem government he said ‘the economy is not going well, is it not?’ (to which I agreed to a point) ‘The lib dems would give us a stronger economy’ he continued. I neatly deconstructed his argument with one word. ‘How?’, I replied, chin dropped, blank stare, no response. That’s all you need to know about the remaining lib dems. A soon to be extinct species.

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    • 192
      If it's what you want. says:

      Happily the EU hasn’t stolen our opinions, yet, it will and we won’t get a choice, a true communist union, his opinion is his opinion, you opinion is just as valid , personally I want to see the Libdem party shutdown with heavy debts, they have really helped to destroy this country with green taxes and Liebour attitude it’s not our money lets piss it up the wall, ours is safely in a bank in Jersey.

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      • 217
        Rickytshirt says:

        An opinion based on fact is not equal to an opinion based on received wisdom.

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      • 319
        táxpáyér says:

        “Happily the EU hasn’t stolen our opinions, yet,”
        It’s trying hard though.
        If you have children, home-school them.

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  47. 142
    The Field says:

    On Toady this morning, anybody else notice that Sarah Montague interviewing Dugher referred to Liebour as ‘We’!!

    FFS!

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    • 176
      cured lefty says:

      Heard the Labour prick Dougher demanding we must tackle the imigration issue now. A year ago this manky lying fucker was calling anybody who mentioned immigration a racist .these bastards need shooting!

      Like

  48. 148
    Patrick O'Flynn says:

    2 Islamic Jihad militants killed in ‘training accident’ in southern Gaza http://dlvr.it/5mG04m

    Good !

    Like

    • 187
      HuntingClub says:

      The IDF ought to flatten their fu**ing homes. Though more than likely the govt the israelis have now will provide some form of compo for their relatives… its the same shite the world over. Look at Ulster.

      Like

  49. 153
    Anonymous says:

    Which hand to shake? #DecisionsDecisions #UsefulIdiotsNoLongerUseful

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  50. 156
    Paddy Power says:

    Aero Nemesis will win the second Greyhound Derby semi-final (Wim 9.05)

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  51. 164
    Nickelarse says:

    It’s just not true that the Libdum ship has a fucking great hole below the waterline.

    Just keep the bilge pumps running chaps, churning out bollux for the sympathetic meeja

    I’m still your Captain.

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  52. 168

    Rhys Taylor – 10:46

    While the crazy right-wing bigoted anti-EU political scapegoating farce known as UKIP did gain a lot of seats, the left-wing strongly pro-EU Labour Party gained twice as many. Interestingly, the only party actually offering people a choice on EU membership, the Tories, lost a lot of seats, while their current partners-in-crime are plummeting.

    Handsome fellow too! Looks like an extra from Life of Brian.

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    • 177
      Pollsters nightmare...who knows who the voters are voting for ?? says:

      A lot of people have split their vote including me. I voted “Green” in locals but UKIP in European elections.

      Neither would you be actually vote for them at a General Election either despite what they tell you. The GE is a straight two way fight between Labour and Conservative and anyone voting UKIP in May 2015 will let in Labour not achieve a UKIP government or perhaps more than a couple of Westminster MPs despite all the hype

      The pollsters have no more idea of the likely outcome of GE in May 2015 than the rest of us

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      • 188
        Anonymous says:

        Vote Tory Get Labour

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        • 216
          OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT says:

          What’s the difference?
          Oh Yes. Labour ran an enormous Deficit. Dave still runs a fucking great Deficit, but he legislated for bumsex marriage as well.

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          • Tosser Dave. says:

            Don ‘t forget my totally uncontrolled immigration policy — just the same as Liebour.

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      • 214

        Not if Scotland votes Yes. All bets are off then.

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      • 225
        Vote UKIP stop Miliband says:

        Ignorance may be bliss for some but voting UKIP is the only way to stop Labour getting in. Many of those who voted Tory or Lib Dem in 2010 were traditional Labour voters who were hacked off for them trashing the economy. If they do not vote UKIP they will vote Labour in 2015. Is that what you really want?

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      • 321
        táxpáyér says:

        Green?!? You voted Green!?

        Green is the party for fascists in self-denial.

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    • 240
      Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

      He lives in Prague

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      • 462

        Only a young lad. Young enough to be silly. When he starts to make headway in his profession, it will be interesting to see how he modifies his views.

        Paying large amounts of tax is like taking a cold shower. Your interest in how it is spent increases exponentially.

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    • 607
      Taxpayer funded astroturfing EU Troll says:

      The year was 1995. My Friend Batty and I were hammered in a pub in Brixton. He had decided that drinking shots of tequila was a valid way to ditch smack.

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  53. 193
    Make them irrelevant says:

    If you want a sovereign nation vote Ukip.
    If you want eu socialism vote for the green party.

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  54. 203
    The British media are cunts says:

    What a shock, the BBC’s Dateline is anti UKIP once again.

    You BBC cuunts should try to listen to the people rather than shagging mids in your dressing rooms you bastard scum.

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    • 220
      String Vest says:

      Let them carry on. Offending 30% of people who voted will just gain more supporters to dig the BBC grave.

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    • 354
      A diary entry says:

      Well, who actually cares what a bunch of lefty-inclined foreign :journalists: (hahaha) actually think? Why don’t they all effoff back where they came from if they all so knowledgeable to do some good for their own countries instead of wasting our electricity?

      Not that I ever watch it – I gave it up a long time ago when they kept having Polly and Ali Baba on it.

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  55. 215
    The British media are cunts says:

    BBC Dateline is a real hoot this week. The Tory mong from the Financial Times (who wants a war with Russia by the way) stated that Farage is wrong about immigration and that the only problem is the lack of public services.

    They really don’t get it do they? The Tories, Labour and Limp Dims are still living in a fantasy world.

    Tories think that UKIP voters will simply come back to them in 2015. The contempt and hatred Tory scum have for ordinary people is just amazing.

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    • 231
      Vote UKIP stop Miliband says:

      The pro-immigrationists would have a point if the amount of land grew at the same rate as the number of people living in the country. Someone should try to convince them that the land area of the UK is not growing. However they are probably too stupid to understand the logic of this.

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    • 233
      Huh, how, you kiddin says:

      Watched a bit of it, aghast, it has to be the London bubble that is creating these nutters, real life seems to have passed these people by.

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    • 242
      Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

      Lack of Public Services !
      Just who does he think is going to pay for more?
      Plonker!

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      • 266
        The British media are cunts says:

        Financial Times. Tory cuunts who like cheap slave labour.

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      • 332
        jgm2 says:

        Just where does he think the demand for extra public services suddenly materialised from?

        Hint. If you import several million low-skilled third world breeders with their exotic diseases then you create zilch extra revenue but massive social housing, health and education demands.

        You utter c*unt.

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    • 365
      The Wild Colonial Boy says:

      Peter Hitchens had it right: Cameron hates most of the members of his own party.

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  56. 222
    A Cheeky Girl says:

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    • 229
      String Vest says:

      Looks like there might be a change of Deputy Prime Minister then.

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      • 377
        The most amusing claim ever says:

        Can’t understand why the Conservatives just don’t break the Coalition and have shot of the devious and unrelaible LibDEms..the LibDems are always briefing against their supposed Cabinet Colleagues. Let’s face it whoever they replace Clegg with the LibDems are gonna get totally wasted at the General Eelction and those predictions of them holding on to 40 seat are a tad optimistic and we haven’t even considered what will happen to a lot of their potential candidates such as Danny Alexander if the Scots vote “YES” on 18 September

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    • 243
      Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

      On whose authority does he tweet?
      Twit

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    • 253
      Lemsip o' Prick says:

      I’ll be voting for the Cheeky Girls.

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      • 288
        Casual Observer 2 says:

        They would do a far better job than Nickelarse, that two faced doubling dealing europhile

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  57. 226
    Guy News Room says:

    David Cameron said today that his “thoughts are with the families and friends” of Nick Clegg and the shambles known as the LibDems.

    Like

  58. 228
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    I support UKIP because I have taken the time to look at the EU & Lisbon Treaty It is a real threat to Europe, why don’t you do the same ?

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  59. 232
    Guido Fawkes says:

    Just reading through these names is bringing a tear to my eye and making me feel homesick.

    Dublin – 23% tally:
    Boylan 26%
    Fitzpatrick 13%
    Ryan 13%
    Hayes 12%
    Childers 9%
    Costello 8%
    Smith 8%
    Murphy 8%

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  60. 236
    Chris Hoon says:

    Fantastic to see London punish the LibDems for putting Tories in power. Wiped out in Lambeth, Lewisham, Camden & Islington.

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  61. 239
    Neil Hamilton says:

    UKIP are twats with rancid opinions, reinforced by expert liars. They need to be educated, and if that doesn’t work, ignored.

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  62. 245
    Huh, how, you kiddin says:

    Georgy boy, you deliberately tried to destroy UKIP not in a democratic way but a nasty slimy bully boy way along with mates in the media and the LibLabs, your bully boy tactics will never win people back, your idea’s are you tell us what you want us to do and we will follow, not a cat in hells chance, we as a group discuss and you follow, go to hell, you failed democracy.

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    • 264
      The British media are cunts says:

      Gideon can go fuck himself.

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    • 511
      Death to all Fanatics says:

      Yep. Unsurprisingly, he failed totally in his objective.
      To refer to Cameron and Osborne as Conservatives is tautology to the max.

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  63. 246
    Autobahn says:

    There is a fascination in Prophecy. Within minds is the acceptance that time can be manipulated that a Seer might transcend the so called rules of reality and foretell what they have seen.

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    • 250
      Autobahn says:

      It can be like this in a relationship, in an instant all of the future emotions adoration, friendliness, distrust, ill feeling, hateful acceptance, hate. can be experienced all in a moment.

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      • 256
        Autobahn says:

        By observing personal relationships the discerning observer can guess as to the make up of the society where the relationship flourishes and estimate the likely lifetime of the society that those relationships belong.

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        • 456
          Roundabout says:

          Time is an important dimension of cognition and conscious experience that is still poorly understood…

          …much like your face.

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    • 252
      Utterly confused but couldn't care less says:

      Still like to know what your on, are you really a million monkeys on a million computers running Microshaft word or are you a computer generated text file run from a Linux script or did you cut the words from a newspaper threw them up into the air and typed them in the box on this comments section.

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      • 263
        Autobahn says:

        Those afflicted persons born with the alignment of the Aquarius know the panic and the agony of sensing all of Humanities future.

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        • 454
          Roundabout says:

          Those born with the alignment of the Herpes know the panic and agony of sensing a split condom in their rectum, and facing up to having failed their GCSEs.

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    • 392
      Curious says:

      You are Charlie Flaccidwidger and I claim my £5

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  64. 248
    Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

    Ban on Russian caviar, champagne and furs under consideration as EU plans new sanctions reports Telegraph.
    Pleb says: that’ll hurt!

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  65. 249
    Guido Fawkes says:

    Looks as if we will have a by-election in Roscommon-South Leitrim in a few months time

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  66. 260
    Huh, how, you kiddin says:

    The school boy is stating UKIP is the Frankenstein monster of the LibLabCons, is that good or bad from the little boy.

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  67. 261
    The British media are cunts says:

    So now even the BBC show Click is in Arabic. What a useless bunch of twats at the BBC.

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    • 359
      A diary entry says:

      They find new ways to waste our money every day.

      Are those three idiotic extremely stupid big mouthed lefty Twittery female “senior managers” still in post?

      Do not pay the telly tax – hit them where it hurts, in the wallet. If a couple of million folk just accidentally forgot to renew their licences, the Beeb might notice we are all fed up with their left-wing bollocks day in day out.

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    • 529
      White rabbit says:

      They’re nothing but outrageous c’u’n’ts and continue their betrayal without pause.
      Dave won’t get rid of them because they’re all incestuous interchangeable traitors
      cut from the same cloth. Which has a big yellow fucking streak down the back.

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  68. 268
    Huh, how, you kiddin says:

    The schoolboy Owen has failed to understand, the LibLabCons were to busy trying to kick the sh1t out of UKIP and wouldn’t let them say anything, all the did was shout them down and ask about immigration and Rumanian’s, so shut the fck up as you and your mates disgraced British democracy and the way politician’s went off to get people to votes.

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  69. 269

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    cheche says:

    Milly is more stoopid than before. The myilims just use labour to get their foot in the door, once they have their knees under the table they ditch labour and go to their favourite extremist parties. Like Bradford/ T Hams.

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  71. 273
    Autobahn says:

    As I was fond of saying
    “You have to look at things in the right time context”
    The representatives that are presented to us soliciting our endorsement are meagre, sad, depressingly corrupt, of dubious mental strength and capacity likely deviant in behaviour. By representing a society it is best not to be a deviant from the social normal.
    As ( humanity regardless of patent law ) we stand on the brink of space colonization and understanding Everything now is the real time that we need representatives who have this vision, are not corrupted by concerns for self gratification but those who love Humanity, well the best bits of it that we have here in the UK.

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  72. 276
    Autobahn says:

    As ( humanity regardless of patent law ) we stand on the brink of space colonization and understanding Everything now is the time that we need representatives who have vision, are not corrupted by concerns for self gratification but those who love the Humanity as best represented in the UK.

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  73. 277
    non taxable pikey says:

    Osborne has just said that “there are no free hits in a General Election.” I for one would pay to hit the fucker, and I would be in an enormous queue.

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  74. 279
    Toxic Tories for Landowning Spongers, Parasites, Criminals, Expenses Fraudsters, Traitors, Peedos, & says:

    Following Thursday’s political tremor, UKip has just 163 local seats. It doesn’t control a single Council anywhere. Labour has 2047, the Conservatives 1,333. Even the LibDems still have 2.3 times as many seats….with a fraction of the popular vote compared to the size of UKip’s polling figures to date.
    On the Richter scale, this is a political earthquake in the region of 0.02

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      south of the M4 says:

      The Richter scale only measures size and is no longer used. The scale now used measures the damage done. Slightly more than 0.02 on that basis.

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      • 621

        If an earthquake’s epicentre is in a remote part of the world and no damage is witnessed, despite being picked up by distant seismographs, does it still make a sound? ;-)

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    • 324
      táxpáyér says:

      Oops there goes another rubber tree plant.

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  75. 280
    OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT says:

    Poser Dave’s thoughts are with the friends and families of the yachtsmen tragically lost.

    Hopefully they will not pay any attention to what the shit thinks.

    What were the names of the all the soldiers killed in Afghanistan that you said you would never forget in PMQs Dave?

    Can you remember them now. No. You are a lying hypocritical self serving bastard.

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  76. 285
    Good News! - The main parties get the message from the electorate and make immediate response. says:

    Immigration will continue.

    Primitives will not be sent back to their own countries.

    Britain will stay in the EU.

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  77. 289

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    Autobahn says:

    By experiencing in an instant all of the future emotions adoration, friendliness, distrust, ill feeling, hateful acceptance, hate. the superior man remains intellectually separated from the delightful female and shags her without emotion.

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    • 313
      Autobahn says:

      By each thing that is experienced anticipation is in memory spoiling the new reality

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      • 317
        Autobahn says:

        By invention of new understanding old idea die

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        • 463
          Roundabout says:

          Revolutionary ideas discombobulate our belief systems and force us to rebuild them. In some sense, we want to be authorities; we want our own way of looking at the world to be the authoritative one. We do not want our belief systems, our way of looking at the world, to be displaced. Revolutionary ideas threaten our authority. They are intrusive, allowing something that we have not created to gain control. Revolutionary ideas threaten not only our personal belief systems but also our status within a society. They can upset the very balance of power within a society, as heliocentrism threatened church power. Authorities are threatened, and will try to discredit revolutionary ideas at all costs. Revolutionary ideas often create a sense of horror, sullying our cherished beliefs and, like an acid, eating away at the foundations of our beliefs and dissolving ties that keep groups together

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    Moley says:

    Local elections; results so far.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/local-elections/10849595/Local-elections-2014-live-results-map.html

    The defeated Labour party wins 2047 seats with a gain of 330.

    The Victorious Tories win 1333 seats with a loss of 173. (Nothing to worry about, well on the way to victory in 2015, to be expected at this stage of the electoral cycle, the voters are all wrong anyway—)

    The Lib Dems win 409 seats with a loss of 244

    UKIP win 163 seats with a gain of 128

    I have not seen figures for turnout and number of results still to come.

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    • 322
      Anonymous says:

      Not all the people who voted in the EU and local elections will be voting in the general election. You made allowance for that?

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    • 326
      Moley says:

      BBC are showing;

      Labour 2101 seats, 338 gains.
      Conservative 1359 seats 231 losses.

      Maybe Miliband is right to be confident about his intellectual superiority, but then he is fighting a battle of wits with a Conservative leadership which is unarmed.

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    • 371
      Pollsters nightmare...who knows who the voters are voting for ?? says:

      Turnout was given as between 35% – 36%

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  80. 302
    They've lost me says:

    After the concerted and seemingly coordinated attacks, said by some to have originated at CCHQ, on Farage , UKIP and its supporters , Osborne has the temerity to claim he respects them all. Unbeleivable!
    The train left the station Thursday 22 May. The next one that stops here is next May.

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  81. 318
    Ex-councillor says:

    I have asked for yet another recount. Where will all my perks come from now?

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  82. 331
    Autobahn says:

    I’ve met some very dogy people in my past.
    On this side and that side are stories and hateredness and I look at it as an old person and I think
    “what is the fucking point?”
    If ever there were 2 societies that were destined to be as one it is the English and the Irish yet there is this fucking stupidity perpetuated by mostly people who do not go home for Christmas.

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      Customer Services says:

      “Clean up in aisle 329…”

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        Autobahn says:

        Autobahn says:
        May 24, 2014 at 2:35 pm

        here I am expressing love of Humanity as particularly represented by the UK populace and I get ridicule although I thought that your comment was funny.

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  83. 337

    “Why on earth is this useless Goverment pandering to Puffs? I refuse to call them gays, as what has gay to do with Perverts like Elton John and Clair Balding who get their jollies in such disgusting ways. to sum up, they should not allowed to be married, they should go back to the closet.”

    “I visiting the city of Birmingham recently and felt like a foreigner in the city of my birth, all around me I could hear the sound of jabbering in an alien voice … we also have the Pakistani’ and the Somali’s. Tell me Mr Cameron Why? the men wear their Pyjamas.”

    [cllr dave small, lemon party]

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  84. 338
    Anonymous says:

    Didnt ukips share of the vote fall from 23 to 17 percent?

    Why is that being reported as such an earthquake?

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      nell says:

      They had 2 local council seats and now have 157. The percentage share of the votes therefore was not the story of the night , the number of seats was and the fact that they took them off labour as well the tories and the libdems.

      You don’t have to a supporter of them to acknowledge that they achieved a remarkable victory and are likely to achieve an even more remarkable victory tomorrow.

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    • 347
      Moley says:

      Welcome to the World of Alice in Wonderland, where nothing is as it seems.

      The only conclusion I can come to is that the commentariat and the political spinners have lost all contact with reality.

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      Pollsters nightmare...who knows who the voters are voting for ?? says:

      It’ll be a tsunami on Sunday night…many many people split their vote i.e. they voted differently in locals than they did in european elections.

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        Huh, how, you kiddin says:

        They have had since Thursday night to modify peoples voting habits, we should have had UN voting monitors in especially in London.

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        Moley says:

        Many wards did not have a UKIP candidate. I voted Independent locally and supported the Independent candidate’s campaign because I wanted (and succeeded in getting) the Lib Dems to lose the seat.

        I voted UKIP for the Euros and have been giving UKIP as much support as I am able.

        Never underestimate the power of the negative vote, which the stupid Conservatives have mobilised in full against themselves.

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  85. 339
    Autobahn says:

    here I am expressing love of Humanity as particularly represented by the UK populace and I get ridicule although I thought that your comment was funny.

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    • 464
      Roundabout says:

      Revolutionary ideas discombobulate our belief systems and force us to rebuild them. In some sense, we want to be authorities; we want our own way of looking at the world to be the authoritative one. We do not want our belief systems, our way of looking at the world, to be displaced. Revolutionary ideas threaten our authority. They are intrusive, allowing something that we have not created to gain control. Revolutionary ideas threaten not only our personal belief systems but also our status within a society. They can upset the very balance of power within a society, as heliocentrism threatened church power. Authorities are threatened, and will try to discredit revolutionary ideas at all costs. Revolutionary ideas often create a sense of horror, sullying our cherished beliefs and, like an acid, eating away at the foundations of our beliefs and dissolving ties that keep groups together.

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  86. 344
    George Galloway says:

    Islamic Justice – Warning Graphic

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SrHyhvi3VE&feature=youtu.be

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  87. 348
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    HHHHEEEEEEEEELLLLLLPPPPPPP !!!

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    • 410
      pookie snackumberger says:

      Why has he drawn a Union Jack on dave’s westcoat? Shorley it should be blue with stars.

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  88. 350
    Fruitcake, swivel eyed loony & closet racist says:

    This is getting tiresome.

    If we are in the EU, neither Dave, Ed or, Nick can do fack all about EU immigration.

    So supporting one of those 3 in the EU elections means you are happy with the current levels of immigration into the UK from the EU.

    Never have so many words been expended on something so simple. (Apologies Winnie)

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    David Axlegrease says:

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      Moley says:

      Look at the results.

      BBC are showing;

      Labour 2101 seats, 338 gains.
      Conservative 1359 seats 231 losses.

      Reality is staring you in the face and you have your fingers in your ears and are singing nursery rhymes to yourself.

      The Times is not reality. The votes are the reality.

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    • 465
      Mornington Crescent says:

      I don’t give a toss how the little berk eats.

      What I don’t understand is why people have to “graze”, with their hands, in public at seemingly any time of the day.

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  90. 364
    Autobahn says:

    The superior man retains his love of Humanity as represented by the UK populace and rejects cynicism as a way forwards in time.

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    • 469
      Kruger-Dunning says:

      “The superiority complex is an exaggerated striving for superiority in which the individual hides their feelings of inferiority”

      Adler

      “Another cause of revolution is difference of races which do not at once acquire a common spirit; for a state is not the growth of a day, any more than it grows out of a multitude brought together by accident. Hence the reception of strangers in colonies, either at the time of their foundation or afterwards, has generally produced revolution”

      Aristotle, Politics, Book V, Part III

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  91. 366
    UKIP Rotherham says:

    How remiss of us.

    Thank you Joyce Thacker.

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  92. 368
    non taxable pikey says:

    Why the sham election in Minaret Hamlets needs to be declared null and void and re-run correctly according to the laws of the UK.

    http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/andrewgilligan/100273000/lutfur-rahman-an-election-labour-chose-to-lose/

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    Autobahn says:

    By the creation of a society of like minded people who come together in one place to express their love for Humanity ( a bit like a rock festival )
    society is there created belonging each to theirs and theirs to the society in belonging to each everything is theirs even those things which have yet to be invented those things even are belonging to us in fact all of you bases are belong to us

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      Autobahn says:

      In deliberations and considerations of the various lives of the people who would say things as having some sort of importance by reason of mental defectiveness
      Love of Humanity trumps pathetic misunderstanding of time.
      is Fuck:: off innit ?

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    Autobahn says:

    the superior man sensing the disaster ( the evil force ) pretends injury and walks away from the delightful female who wants to suck every molecule from his body and spit it into the mouth of some new acquaintance. The superior man says ” Oh what the fuck did I do that again?? ”
    meanwhile fucking alien lifeforce as represented by fuckable thing walks away with the house and the kids,

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    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

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  96. 386

    Vote UKIP :-)

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  97. 391
    Ratfur Banglaman says:

    I`m back!!

    Yes its true the homeland knew first. We believe the previous representation of 200% bangla councillors to the population was to low and will be 300% from today.

    PV forever.

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    UKIP Rotherham says:

    Christ on a bike. I detest Milliband as much as the next man but let the poor bloke eat his bacon sarnie in peace. I’m more interested how the idiot would fuck up the country than how he eats his breakfast.

    How shallow have the MSM become? #wankers

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      Huh, how, you kiddin says:

      Why?, he should be eating Halal meat or at least Kosher meat not bacon butties.

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  99. 401
    Evil carehome assistane says:

    Every day I enjoy telling the residents that Thatcher is dead to watch the tears

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    • 409
      Anonymous says:

      you ain’t getting your fetid european union. come sunday the votes will be in all across europe and it will show overwhelming that most people hate you cnuts. you can ramp it up as much as you like with false flags and pathetic plays but if push comes to shove we will wipe you off this planet.

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    Saint Nigel says:

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    Nigel Mirage says:

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      Moley says:

      The number of Conservative leaders who have any chance of winning an election in 2015 is nil, zero, nothing, not a sausage, bugger all.

      But in the local elections next year, the number of UKIP Councillors across the whole of Manchester, Birmingham and Liverpool will be considerably more than three.

      It’s a trend; it’s about who is sinking rapidly and who is swimming.

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    • 467
      Mornington Crescent says:

      Three? THREE??

      I’m amazed it’s as many as that…

      …given the number of British (and English-spe’aking) people in those parts.

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  102. 416
    Pastie says:

    If you could sit in on a few police briefings for central London your eyes would be opened regarding your multiculti nirvana. Every day various black African gangs stabbing and beating each other over the Postcode they live in, Black African/Jamaican crime gangs murdering each other over drug dealing territory.
    Various Russian and Eastern European mafia outfits moving into new areas and the resulting violence, with the Africans, over who sells the drugs and operates the prostitutes.
    Tamil Tigers extorting money out of shopkeepers to fund activities back home.
    Muslims gangs beating up anyone of a different faith or looking a bit gay on ‘their territory’.
    Pakistani and Indians nationals in conflict because something happens in Kashmir.
    The place is a powder keg. In blew in 2011, it can blow at any time.

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    Pa`stie says:

    If you could sit in on a few po`lice briefings for central London your eyes would be opened regarding your multiculti nirvana. Every day various black Af`rican gangs sta`bbing and bea`ting each other over the Postcode they live in, Bl`ack Af`rican/Ja`maican crime gangs mur`dering each other over dr`ug dealing territory.
    Various Ru`ssian and Ea`stern Eu`ropean m`afia outfits moving into new areas and the resulting violence, with the Af`ricans, over who sells the dr`ugs and operates the pr`ostitutes.
    Ta`mil Ti`gers extorting money out of shopkeepers to fund activities back home.
    Mu`slims gangs beating up anyone of a different faith or looking a bit gay on ‘their territory’.
    P`akistani and In`dians nationals in conflict because something happens in Ka`shmir.
    The place is a pow`der keg. It blew in 2011, it can bl`ow at any time.

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    • 480
      Fat slug Dave says:

      It makes me so proud that I’m presiding over such a multicultural, enriched and enriching environment while, at the same time, giving £11 billion of your money in “international aid” to my many future friends overseas.

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    • 611
      A diary entry says:

      Pop into the nearest Asian shop on the corner and buy yourself a box of matches. But wait until midnight Sunday before lighting one so we all have time to get the popcorn in as we watch the fireworks displays.

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  104. 421
    Huh, how, you kiddin says:

    Tim Montgomerie, people will return to Camorons Conservatives, the bubble over London blocking out real life in the country of Londonistan needs to be burst, time to move the HOC county council out to somewhere else maybe Toxteth, that’s real life.

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    • 613
      A diary entry says:

      What a good idea! Cameron likes holding his Cabinet meetings in some of the shitholes of the country, so why not move the whole lot out permanently?

      The HoC building would convert very nicely into a few hundred bedsits for the tourists.

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  105. 422
    The train has left the Station says:

    Janet Daley gets it:-

    “London-land can’t ignore this Ukip protest
    Most voters see the major parties as members of a self-affirming, insular coterie ”

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/ukip/10853265/Ukip-has-delivered-a-protest-that-London-land-cant-ignore.html

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  106. 436

    Vote Marmite UKIP :-)

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    • 442
      Tim Yeo-Yo says:

      How’s this for a starter…. Who elected you Huntchops?

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      • 444
        non taxable pikey says:

        Even more importantly, who elected the senior apparatchik who guides your every move and statement. The B’stard that really makes the decisions and runs things for you. The EUSSR is much nearer than everyone thinks.

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    • 640
      Vlad the Loudhailer says:

      Why does the EU run an annual structural deficit of £6 billion?

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  107. 446
    Now you know things have really gone beyond control says:

    Police Federation has tens of millions of pounds hidden in offshore accounts.

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    • 448
      non taxable pikey says:

      Evidence? The people have a right to know.

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      • 459
        concrete pump says:

        I’ll bet the kitten heeled minger knows something…

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      • 472
        Bank of International Settlements says:

        Interestingly, if you go to any country in Europe, including Switzerland and Norway, not members of the EU, and try to open a bank account, then they will need all sorts of ID from you including your tax number (NI number in UK).

        Europe and the USA have bullied the other countries into this position.

        Then despite the supposed banking confidentiality, they will submit returns each year to your tax authority. Expect the latter to start getting exited about why you are earning interest abroad.

        This does not appear to apply to organisations such as the Police Federation.

        I must mention this to “stupid” below.

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    • 455
      Anonymous says:

      So what ?

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  108. 457
    Anonymous says:

    How much do you reckon the LibLabCon have got hidden in offshore accounts?

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  109. 458
    My cat says:

    I have just discovered my cat, underneath a friend’s van on my dr!ve, being thoroughly rogered by a male cat.

    My cat is a minimum of 10 years old and possibly as old as 12. She came with the house and had lived, as many of them do here, in a semi-feral state until I took the keys over from the builders. Actually, she owns the house but suffers me to live here as I keep her fed and deflead.

    She is therefore not allowed in the house as she would scratch the furnishings to pieces. But, as she is chipped, she can get into the sun room, through an electronic cat flap, probably the only one in this part of the world. It cost £100 but has already saved me ten times as much in buying cat food for the whole neighbourhood’s cats.

    But back to the sex. The partner cat is no more than two years old. In human terms, this would constitute a scandal of Yewtree proportions. In the world of cats, this goes almost unobserved.

    Why isn’t the EU doing something about it?

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  110. 461

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  111. 486
    Anonymous says:

    my infallible psychic antennae are picking up something about a past indiscretion concerning bucket face ashton and soliciting are going to be making the front page of a sunday newspaper tomorrow.

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  112. 487
    Roger Helmer says:

    I’m stuck at home with a six-pack of Gazprom.

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    • 570
      nell says:

      Her husband is peterkellner the yougov pollster who is a rabid labour supporter.

      As for baronessashton; have never understoood why someone of so little talent was made eu foreign minister by gordon brown simply because she was a personal friend of his. She’s done an appallling job and made Britain look absolutely awful on the international stage by her ineptitude.

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      • 617
        A diary entry says:

        … and is the direct cause of the current problems in the Ukraine. Mr Pootn should have her kidnapped and sent to Siberia to pick packets of salt for the rest of her useless life.

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  113. 489

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  114. 493
    Anonymous says:

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  115. 495
    LOL says:

    LOL@4 4?! 4 :-)

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  116. 496
    Desperate Dougie says:

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  117. 497
    Get Farage says:

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    • 502
      Wake Up Call says:

      Tim, your pro-mass immigration policy has brought the Tory Party into the existential disaster zone. At one end it is losing bucketloads of votes to UKIP as they garner the patriotic and conservative vote. At the other end the huge growth in the population of immigrant communities means it can never hope to win in huge numbers of urban and suburban constituencies.

      I suspect the party will split within the next 10 years. Half of it may join UKIP and half will join the Lib Dems.

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      • 532
        You bite my pillow, I'll bite yours says:

        Tim should stick to what he’s good at – taking a big throbbing cock up his over eager arsehole.

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      • 536
        táxpáyér says:

        The tory establishment are rent-seekers, their business investments are more profitable due to reduced wage costs, and their property yields are higher through increased rents.

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        • 569
          MI Madness says:

          I agree tax payer. Mass immigration into the UK is the lazy man’s way to riches – for those who already have capital.

          It’s a dysfunctional economy we have developed, hooked on the drug of cheap imported labour and (in effect) money-laundering for the planet’s corrupt oligarchs.

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    • 594
      Guess What? says:

      Ashcroft funded opinion polls are as bullshit as any other. This poll is a “save Ed” poll.
      “Please don’t get rid of him Labour”, type poll. Or just a plain scaremongering conservative minded people to not be apathetic or waste a vote on UKRAP if they live in a marginal seat as Millitwat, Balls and Harman will be back-doored in.
      The prospect of Neil Kinnock winning in 1992 was enough to push the Conservative vote to the highest number of votes cast for any government. It would appear that Lord Ashcroft knows his history.

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  118. 499

    Vote UKIP :-D

    … WTF ???

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    • 507
      Anonymous says:

      Mass murderer.

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    • 527
      cured lefty says:

      Andy with statements like that…. how do you sleep at night ya c”unt ?

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    • 564
      The British media are cunts says:

      Fuck off and die Bumhum you fucking twat.

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    • 565
      nell says:

      Ah the man that was responsible for so many tragic avoidable deaths in Staffs NHS. He’ll never be forgotten that’s for sure!!

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      • 582
        Fishy says:

        The man who refused a public inquiry into the Stafford outrage…refused to meet the families of the dead…has refused to sack his adviser who said last month that the Stafford figures were made up (and there were no deaths)…the man who criticised the families for not speaking up (when they did).

        What a c.unt.

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  119. 500
    Vote Ukip says:

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  121. 505
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Ther is something deeply wrong and disturbing with the msm and all the political hacks as well as 650 MP’s in Britain who collectively [With their supposed intellignece] still turn a blind eye to the biggest elephant in the room – namely the utter failure of the EU to have its accounts audited – and for what 18 years now?

    This EU behemoth and all who still sing its praises are utter scumbags.

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  122. 509
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Just done some reading about Milly Dowler – but moreover Levi Bellfield Milly’s murderer – on wiki. He’s of roma / traveller origin and [see wiki LB & romani]

    Roma have criminality in their bloodlines according to wiki.

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    • 517
      Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

      We’ve got lying in our blood line too.

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      • 528
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Vince Cable is nothing but a dead from the neck up puppet.

        That the city ‘remains so so silent’ about the ‘city of London corporation’ RIPPING OFF the British Public day in day out and the temple of legals in the city and their ‘stagecrafting of law’ is but another elephant in the room.

        If the whole of the msm and the so called intelligentsia of the sunday rags ‘dare not speak the truth’ – WHAT KIND OF FUCKING FREE PRESS DO THEY THINK THEY ARE – Bastards and liars the lot ‘em.

        i repeat i will not have the son of a fucking duplicitous Commie Marxist becoming PM in this country.

        Certain dupers and deceivers who hide behind their religious front but in the background want their Ed in Place for the 100 year anniversary of the commie revolution ‘2017’ – that’s the hidden thing they are all remaining ‘silent about’.

        Does Len Mclusky – actually give a fucking damn about the British people – or his commie dupers’ real agenda?

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  123. 516
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    HHHHEEEEEEEELLLLLLPPPPPP !!!

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  124. 524

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 531
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      She’s Bought and paid for – end of.

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    • 533
      haddock says:

      don’t let the door hit your fat racist arse on the way out

      missing you already

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      • 539
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        So many like her and the polly – have been living the high life because of their total lack of ever having come to terms that it is they who have been ‘duped’ … And there are so many other old boy journo’s who having promulgated the lies for the state – still too cannot put their hands up and admit that they have been a party to the duping of the masses – while their egos have been massaged as them being big beasts of the press. Their collective ignorance is an utter disgrace.

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    • 537
      'Gypsy' Dave Cooper says:

      Read them and weep alibhai-brown, you just wait until Mondays papers. That will wipe the smug grin off your face.

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      • 618
        A diary entry says:

        … and maybe, now that it is perfectly safe for her to do so, persuade her to finally fuckov back where she came from all those years ago as a pathetic whinging asylum seeker. Since she so does not like being here, just what is keeping her back?

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    • 543
      cured lefty says:

      Ali blabber brown the worst kind of immigrant you would want fetched up on these shores , an ungrateful phfaki import to uganda Idi booted them all out (wonder why) she relentlessly howls at the British empire .here’s some truth ali if it hadn’t been for the British empire you would have no right to be here?

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    • 547
      HaHaHa says:

      I am one of many won’t be watching.

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    • 560
      nell says:

      silly woman!

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    • 563
      White rabbit says:

      Right ! Her name goes in the book. Oh hang on, it’s already there. second page.
      Three down.

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    • 567
      she is out of order says:

      as the Polish chap told the BBC about some of his countrymen trying to alter Britain.

      A guest in a house does not re-arrange the furniture.

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    • 606
      Anonymous says:

      And we’ll simply apply taxes so that a loaf of bread costs you £10 due to import costs.

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  125. 526
    Fabians are Evil says:

    If Labour get in again they will do what they have done on every single occasion that they have been elected – FCUK UP THE ECONOMY.

    They have a 100% record of creating economic destruction and the last rabble also set about destroying the very fabric of our social well being by way of their marxist driven social engineering projects.

    Why oh why do the tribal labour voting cretins persist with their uninformed support of such bad managers?

    Their blind support is akin to their tribal support of their local football team.

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    • 535
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      The blind support – given to a placepuppet like Cameron by the tory old brigade also beggars belief such that they ‘still fail to see’ that he is nothing but a controlled lefty implanted Rsole.

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      • 554
        Psychologist says:

        Do you consider you get enough attention here? Or is it frustrating when people ignore you?

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        • 580
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          i fucked over the Labour Governments funded FTAC / Met / SO19 – units – what more can i say.

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    • 558
      Pull the Other One says:

      Er – if you look at average economic growth comparing Labour with Tories since WW2 you will find they achieve virtually the same rate.

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      • 593
        Death to all Fanatics says:

        You disingenuous thick fuckwit.
        No Labour Government has left office with the FTSE 100 higher, in real terms, than it was when they took control, since 1945.

        69 years.

        No increase in wealth for the UK under Labour.

        I hold no brief for the party under which the massive growth in the stock market occurred.

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        A diary entry says:

        That is because the Tories had to spend so much of their time doing the repairs instead of getting on with new building (if a thickhead like you can follow my analogy)

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  126. 534

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 546
      Oh how I laughed says:

      Thanks -passed a bit of time waiting for tomorrow night

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    • 550
      nigel fla ange says:

      royalty is a laxative. r lax.
      royalty helps you swallow. hence r lax.

      one swallow does not make a summer, hence swallow too.

      chillax:feel the shrill.
      chil x:feel the heat.

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    • 552
      R. Youshore says:

      Nigel who ?

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      • 625
        Nigel says:

        Me. Got 17% of the vote yesterday. The Essex geezahs seem to love me. Hope they don’t move next door.

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    • 553
      cured lefty says:

      I’m no royal but how this woman has survived the political shite she’s had to wade though every decade of her reign

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  127. 545
    Porker says:

    Will Ed bring home the bacon?

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  128. 549
    The Black knight says:

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  129. 551
    Anonymous says:

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    • 557
      nell says:

      hmmm not sure the observer like the graudian and the beeb are media that we can believe!

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      • 568
        Anonymous says:

        They are stating the obvious , but the number is wrong. Time won’t be wasted in tower hamlets et al next time. That’s why total % share in the local elections means nothing.

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  130. 556
    David Axlegrease says:

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      David Axlegrease says:

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        Moley says:

        Ed is looking at the local election results and having a pretty good laugh too.

        I put CCHQ’s “Ed is weird” campaign in the same category as “UKIP are racist”, it’s

        childish, offensive, unpleasant and manifestly ineffective. Nasty in other words; nasty campaigning from a nasty party.

        Look carefully at the election results and you will see that Ed is making the Conservatives look stupid; not the other way round.

        How can you expect anyone to support such a bunch of pathetic amateurs?

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        • 597
          Death to all Fanatics says:

          Scooby Doo is an astute analyst, by your standards.
          Sadly, he is not on your team.
          So you don’t have a……

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          • Moley says:

            I am not a tribal voter and there are some Conservative politicians for whom I have admiration and respect;

            Gove for his school reforms, IDS for his driving ambition to reform the welfare system, Redwood and Carswell for their Euroscepticism, intelligence, and fundamental decency, Theresa May for her competence and determination–

            Generally, all those who have not been indulging in that marvellous political invention, the “Eton sneer”.

            If the Conservatives had not been so busy destroying our armed forces, I am sure that a kind General would have pointed out to them that any soldier who does not respect his enemy is very quickly going to end up dead.

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          • * Like this (but too long in the tooth to go through all this email business!)

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          • i married an egomaniac, but it"s ok I'm one too says:

            Moley is s baldy you know SC, don’t know if that makes any difference.

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          • Grass doesn’t grow that well on a busy thoroughfare.

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        Come in No. 10 Your Time is Up! says:

        I’m thinking Coneheads! :)

        But who could Labour replace him with – they aren’t exactly overflowing with talent.

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  131. 559
    The British media are cunts says:

    Needless to say both the Sky and BBC paper review is being done by more anti UKIP lefty wankers.

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  132. 561
    i'm angry now says:

    The sky paper reviewers have just spent 15 minutes going off on a rant and telling complete lies about UKIP and people who vote for them. The sky presenter did nothing to stop them. How and where does one complain?

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    • 566
      Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

      ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

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    • 574
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Rupe has been dead from the neck up for at least 20 years.

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    • 576
      We know the BBC is completely bent says:

      I’ve just been looking up who this Alice Arnold person is, having watched her (Sky Newspaper Review) thinking to myself “got to be ex BBC” – yes she is, no surprise there

      Her inane comments included “No-one voted” and “Yesterday didn’t matter” the only subject she seemed to have any knowledge of was racing, curtesy of her partner BBC employed Claire Balding I assume.

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      • 648
        who why what where when says:

        She was a newsreader and continuity announcer
        on R4. How this makes her an expert on news
        analysis I have no idea.

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    • 586
      Realist says:

      Just cancel your Sky subscription and when the mong on the phone offers you a few goodies, tell him to shove it up his arse and keep shoving it up his arse until Sky wises up; market forces.

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    • 590
      Guess What? says:

      All broadcast news outlets are subsidised. The BBC by the licence fee of course, but SKY and ITV etc are subsidised by their parent companies as the money made from advertising falls well short of supporting them.
      Subsidised organisations produce end products that the people producing them want, not necessarily what the end user might want. Broadcast news therefore mostly produces outputs that reflect the opinions of wankers in the London media class want to see, rather than normal people. If they had to survive commercially, the outputs might be a bit a different.

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      • 592
        Anonymous says:

        Hit the bastards where it hurts hit their revenue. Contact those who advertise with them and inform them you are boycotting their products.

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  133. 571
    Lefties' dilema says:

    The lefties have a problem. They loathe Prince Charles and Vlad Putin in equal proportions and are tearing themselves apart in deciding who to attack and who to support.

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  134. 572
    Slyman Huge, Senior Cockroach says:

    IT’S OFFICIAL: LIBDEMS ARE REVOLTING.

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  135. 577
    Knobcheese Camoron says:

    I’ll be tougher on immigration in response to UKIP……………..hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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  136. 583
    dead neck says:

    p e do
    pe do
    pensylvania punjab br brothers inc.
    pe da
    p ed a, an ndian sweet. also an animal rights organisations.
    …sweets have rights too, to be savoury?
    ..sweets like gem stones are animals too. all absorb.

    lot of ppgoing on at present.
    fosterr vie t nam.
    Vue Extreme.
    Enam.: strawberry & cream drops.

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    • 623
      the hidden hand says:

      new moon on the 28th.

      the choice is either yellowstone or the square mile.

      if you don’t choose, both get done.

      yeah that is a declaration of war.

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  137. 584
    Turn off says:

    It turns my stomach to watch BBC or Sky news these days.

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    • 588
      pharell says:

      pharrell williams likes women. women like him. H is a tosser sandwich.
      Being inside a sandwich is a choice. UKIP is prochoice. The race is to become Hue Man, not a girl. so as Timberland says, cut Timber.

      The day eu became ue and hoityToity, it lost its manhood.
      Men are men and colours are colours.
      so HT eu colour.
      as pharrell williams knows, it mean remmove colour (farts)
      perhaps heavy metal is what we need and not a big girl’s blouse.

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    • 620
      A diary entry says:

      Just stop watching them then. Empty headed lefty inclined bimbos (of both sexes) on both the office desk and the sofas. Go and make yourself a nice cuppa instead.

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  138. 589
    millipede says:

    Google brian gerrish and the mind bending change agents

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  139. 596

    Vote UKIP :-) Tweets blocked :-(

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  140. 599
    Did-U-C-G-O's Nose? says:

    WTF is happening to George Osborne’s nose?

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  141. 609
    Fabians are Evil says:

    No one expects UKIP to be a long lasting Political party – it is simply the only way for us ‘little people’ to tell the established parties and, in particular, the EU that they are not fit for purpose. England can do very well as an independent economy trading with the rest of the world and in particular the commonwealth – it also helps that English is the language of trade.

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    • 612
      albacore says:

      How much time left have Labour and the Tories got?
      To bring Britain so quickly to this state of rot
      Those two must have worked their fat fingers to the bone
      There’s no way it came about by bad luck alone

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      • 655
        Beastie Boy Farage says:

        Yo Miliband, your ass looks hot,
        I found the cure for my voter nob rot,
        Stretch out your cheeks I wanna hear you moan,
        C’mon bitch, Dave and Nick won’t suck it alone.

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  142. 610

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  143. 624
    non taxable pikey says:

    The members of the Knife Grinders Guild seem to be doing a lot of overtime this weekend.

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  144. 627
    Nickelarse and Militwit. says:

    Fratricide is obviously a sexist word, and is forbidden our LibLabConner PC paradise.
    Is “internecine cannibalism” acceptable? Or just “necrosis”?

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  145. 630
    What the RSPCA isn't doing says:

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  146. 632
    A start says:

    3 UKIP councillors elected in Northern Ireland.
    From small acorns……

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  147. 636
    Together again says:

    Nice to see Humpty Dumpty on the couch on BBC this morning

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  148. 639

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  149. 641
    albacore says:

    You like pie in the sky? There’s plenty around
    From the empty vessels that make the most sound
    But when it comes down to some real deal action
    Don’t count on getting any satisfaction

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/immigration/10854566/David-Cameron-draws-up-immigration-laws-to-foil-Ukip.html

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    • 644
      pookie snackumberger says:

      I see that Andrew Gilligan’s piece on the odious Luther Ratman of east end and muzzo fame has been pulled.

      The power these foreigners have in this our country is truly alarming.

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      • 691
        The view from Wapping says:

        Tell him to email a copy to Geeds. He will add it to our reading pleasure here.

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    • 646

      Dave’s gives that Eureka moment look
      We can all read him just like a book.
      His plan will deffo be shown the door
      As it will fall foul of EU law!

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    • 677
      non taxable pikey says:

      Another cast iron guarantee Dave? Well listen up, you have lied and lied and we no longer believe a fucking word that comes out of your gob.

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  150. 645

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  151. 647
    Roger Helmer says:

    Taxi for Nigel Farage !

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  152. 650
    Oubliette says:

    LOST IN 2014
    Plane
    Girls
    Boat
    Another boat
    Lib Dems
    Humanity
    .. what next?

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  153. 651

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    • 661
      concrete pump says:

      Yeah, i would….

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    • 665
      Voting in the Eurovision Song Contest ....Russia...Douze points says:

      Bit different from the plywood screened wobbly voting booth with chewed up pencil on piece of string and old tin box sealed with tape and sealing wax that is used in the UK polling stations…

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      • 676
        An old Ethiopian says:

        What happened to the wheelchair ?

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      • 688
        Moley says:

        Ukraine has fancy polling stations because the EU is paying for them.

        We have rickety plywood and pencils on bits of string because we are paying the EU to pay for Ukraine’s fancy polling stations.

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      • 689
        Europe good, EU bad says:

        I’ve just voted in Germany.
        They have a wierd system of voters needing to provide ID so we can only vote once each. How are we supposed to get 29 votes out of a 2-bed flat with that system?
        Best polling card was the local one with only one candidate box to tick.
        “Keine der oben” on that.

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      • 690
        Democracy in Action says:

        Don’t forget the mob of foreign advisors gathered around the door of the Polling Station and the little helpers inside who fold all the nice papers.

        Oh and mustn’t forget all of those kind people who come around and help you put a cross on your postal vote and then take them off you, so you don’t have to worry about posting them.

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  155. 664
    Nigel Farage says:

    Is it OK to admit I’ve never read Of Mice And Men?

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  156. 669
    Huh, how, you kiddin says:

    BBC hates UKIP, you can hear the hiss as they say UKIP, just to say thanks BBC for all the pr good and mostly bad, you’ve done more to help people change their minds about voting for UKIP than the help and Liebour stance has you given Liebour, please carry on , radio 4 this morning was enlightening in the fact you mentioned UKIP just more times than Liebour,the two other parties while I was listening never got a mention,if your not supposed to be biased in you output then you certainly need to be checked as your as biased as hell , the BBC Trust should be sacked and when the BBC licence fee and changes comes up soon then, if the public have a say.

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  157. 672
    Huh, how, you kiddin says:

    Can you be a Christian and vote for UKIP, I honestly fkin give up, the BBC is going beyond it’s bounds.

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  158. 674
    illogical says:

    Hobson’s choice?
    Scotch Dave the Liberal face of a once conservative party suggests he will listen and change yet everybody with one brain cell knows he will offer a sham game of ‘European referendum’ , undoubtedly using marked cards to pull the wool over your eyes. UKGDTT [UK goes down the tubes]
    Champagne Ed wants to maintain the staus quo supporting the Socialist block in the European ‘Parliament’ to move towards a permanent Federal Europe, emsculating any further hope for your individual sovereignty. UKGDTT
    White Whine Nick, ex EU sees the potential for lucrative self aggrandisment on a par with Kinnochio and Mandelson. 2nd in command of a sinking ship but unaffected, actually having his own personal EU lifeboat to hand. UKGDTT
    Beer and sarnies Nigel with an embryonic team of patriots, with minimal political governmental savvy, yet stoutly remembering the days of yore, attempts to restore what little future democracy can be maintained. Conservative yet libertarian, middle of the road appealling to both left, right and centre, he has his hands full enough fighting a bought and paid for establishment and media, let alone saving what remains of a once great country.
    Why do the LibLabCon royalty regard UKIP as a protest vote? Are they frightening the sheep around?
    Last chance saloon? Back to the future? Time waits for no man.
    UK goes…………………………where?

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  159. 675
    Guy News Room Spokesperson says:

    Nigel Farage, the prospective UKIP candidate for Thanet South, is unwillingly at the centre of a bidding war for a photo that shows his bare backside, according to a tabloid report.

    A photographer claims to have caught the picture in The Westminster Arms when Nigel Farage “mooned” at Prime Minister David Cameron.

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    • 678
      Flying over the Westminster Village says:

      Did Dave follow ?

      He never misses a photo opportunity.

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    • 683
      Missed Opportunity says:

      Now that would have been a vote winner; sealed the deal etc.

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    • 685
      Huh, how, you kiddin says:

      Do I get chance to bid, I’ve got 50p, according to the BBC I’am racist, far right, not a Christian because I voted for UKIP, I think being be a racist, far right and not a Christian and voting UKIP is for me, because the real racists are the ones who are doing the damage, the BBC and their herd of “experts”, I really give up, I think the country is getting closer to a major problem because of the BBC and the hypocrites they have on

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  160. 681

    Vote UKIP :-)

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  161. 682
    Schadenfreude says:

    Hilarious watching these bastards wriggle; typically it is the fault of everyone else. The 5 Stages of Loss and Grief:

    Denial & Isolation; bumsex, green taxes, bloated overseas aid and unfettered immigration, while popular in London, are not a pressing concern of anyone else

    Anger; the people have spoken – the bastards – let the infighting begin.

    Bargaining; a few vague promises after decades of broken promises, outright lies & incompetence will not wash anymore – once bitten, twice shy

    Depression; curious to see how many of the bastards now decide to step down at the next election citing “family” to avoid the shame of being turfed out by swivel-eyed lunatic voters.

    Acceptance; no sign of it yet – cognitive dissonance reigns, see “Bargaining” above

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