May 26th, 2014

Rich’s Bank Holiday Monday View


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  1. 1
    Sheffield says:

    Fuck off Clegg you odious C*NT

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      ahmonika says:

      Cameron spotted going into back entrance of Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory to learn the trade

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      The Growler says:

      Looks more like Ted Miliband than Cleggie, with the black rings around the eyes

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        UKIP massacred our fluffy bunnies Labour family says:

        Time to leave the eu empire now.

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          Hugh Janus says:

          +billions! (and save ourselves £billions too).

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          • barrowboy says:

            Don’t think with either of the present bloodsuckers in power plus the Public sector that we shall feel the benefit of any savings. Too tasty for them to miss out on. Make sure UKIP are running matters if and when it occurs.

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          The Lone Ranger says:

          and time to stop buying the Daily Mail. They were at the van of calling ukip voters racists. I assume other msm organs were abandoned years ago.

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      • 119
        Ed Millionaireband says:

        the “Labour” marking helps too.
        The cartoon is crap. Yes,We are fucked, but why bother with the cartoon?

        Besides, nextr May on eof us will be PM and the remainder will get cushy EU/Lords/”Speaking tour” jobs. We’re set for life, as we were from birth.
        You lot are fucked. Can’t put the genie out of the bottle. You might gert your referendum, but the damage is done.

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        Rtd Colonel says:

        Parody of kinnochio at Sheffield – we’re alllwighhtttttt

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      Jabba Le Chat says:

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        Spartacus says:

        ok none of the above – presumably voter turnout, but what is that stuff on the right? unequalled socialists?

        i suppose at starts at zero . . . (shrugs)

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        • 198
          Jabba Le Chat says:

          Read the graph title and make an educated guess…

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          • Anonymous says:

            Hmm, I’m trying to figure out what the “elephant in the election room” is too. Please explain.

            Also, why does your chart show UKIP overlapping Greens/LibDems/Other?

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      • 179
        Django says:

        If you don’t vote you can’t complain if things aren’t to your liking… The non voters are in reality, irrelevant!

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          Silenced Majority says:

          Many do attend but spoil their papers. But does forcing yourself to vote for a party with policies you do not endorse qualify you to complain?

          “None of the above” should be included on the ballot paper as it would be a clear “protest” option.

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          • The Lone Ranger says:

            We now have the “none of above” box – it’s called UKIP. Vote UKIP and fuck ‘em.

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          • Rtd Colonel says:

            complete bollocks – spoilt papers in my ward totalled less than 5

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          • broderick crawford says:

            Yesh … but if many of them spoil their papers when in an election booth (excluding the intentional destroyers ) where they can ask for advice , makes you wonder how the ethnics manage to actually understand who to vote for when they are given the three – form postal vote envelope to read , digest , correctly complete
            and return .

            Or perhaps it is all done for them and they just need to put their monicker on it and the Imam will do the rest.

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          ju says:

          Local news reported that a large number of Labour supporters stayed at home but could have made the difference.

          Fastshow presenter questioned if the rise of UKIP would affect beneficial EU legislation related to clean beaches.

          Remarkable.

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    • 145
      Dan Hodges says:

      Why does no-one understand that I am right about UKIP and everyone else is wrong?

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    • 212
      Fart interruptus says:

      sell.

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    • 241
      fuckoff whack says:

      wake the coffee.

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    • 258
      Cold alert says:

      OK I give up. Why is Nick Clegg drawn like Ed Milimong?

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      Happy says:

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      Knob-Ed says:

      Don’t panic! It woz jutht a cotht of voting crithith.

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      anonymouse says:

      With apologies to Richard Mottram
      “We’re all fucked. I’m fucked. You’re fucked. The whole Labour Party is fucked. It’s the biggest cock-up ever. We’re all completely fucked”.

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  2. 2
    Mine d'Boggles says:

    Too true, old chap.

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  3. 3
    Sadiq Khan 4 Mayor says:

    Ed Miliband is almost as good as Gordon Brown and Neil Kinnock.

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      Gordon Brown says:

      I’ve had a wee word with Unite.

      They’ve seen the error of their ways and decided it is time for an experienced statesman to lead Labour to victory in 2015. I would like to thank David Milliband, what? It’s Ed, you say? I’d like to than Ed Miller Band for the wonderful job he has done in making me look like a leadership candidate and let him know I’ll be taking the helm again in June.

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        anonymouse says:

        Yes, it’s beginning to look like Manchester Unite all over again.
        “Ed Moribund” is definitely not Premiership material.

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      The Growler says:

      They did come second though unlike Dave the Magnificent who came THIRD

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        Anonymous says:

        The concerted effort by Guido and the rest of the media to paint Ed as the loser is flying in the face of reality. As you say , Dave came third down by 4 % and Labour INCREASED their vote by 10%. Yet apparently it’s Labour that are fucked ?! Still, a bit disappointed with UKIP’s performance – I was hoping they’d push the Tories below 20%.

        Desperate stuff from Guido …

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          M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

          The Labour were on course to win the next GE as the party in opposition they would expect to have walked this. As it is, they were pushed well into second place just about equal with the incumbent government. It’s a very bad result for Labour and Libdems.

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          The Growler says:

          Well you see Geedes and Maqboul have to follow the Master’s line “get Miliband” trouble is he follows the line that Dave and the Conners are the best thing since sliced bread but they came third. There has been far too much personal abuse against Teddy and it passes over the fine line of hard occasional abuse to continuous abuse which then backfires. I wonder if our Nora still thinks the Sun is a Liebore paper?

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          maryjf says:

          I read somwhere on the net that the mid ’90’s labour victory was following a series of TV programmes depicting people struggling in difficult social conditions. This person who was writing on a charity web site, and was saying that based on the circulation of similar material again, labour was on the cards for another victory. They didn’t get it on Europe but have moved up in the local polls. This obviously isn’t appealing to improving economics, it’s about appealing to peoples conscience, and labour seen as a ‘kinder party’, to those in receipt of their spending plans. For example a family might feel bad about taking a single mothers place at the top of a housing waiting list, but an unmarried mother might take no responsibility for depriving a family of a home.

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  4. 4
    Guffaws says:

    What do the Lib Dems and a toilet have in common: they both have one seat!

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      Tom Catesby says:

      The only thing that surprised me last night, was how did the limp dicks find enough muppets to still vote for that one women in the South?

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      • 10
        Prik Clogg says:

        Never underestimate the stupidity of the electorate. After all they used to vote for me.

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      • 127
        Ed Millionaireband says:

        They didn’t vote for her. She was allocated the place by her own party as a reward for LibDems finishing 5th in the South East.

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    • 35
      Tim Far-Off says:

      We’re flushed with success.

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    • 37
      Orange_Happy_Hour says:

      It’s the poo-encrusted cubicle with homo-erotic graffiti and phone number scrawled on its walls.

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    • 68
      Handycock Teen Fondler says:

      I am joining UKIP and hope to be selected as their candidate for Portsmouth South in the general election next year. So far, in my political career, I have been a member of the Labour Party, the SDP, the Liberal Democrats, an Independent and soon to be UKIP. Once elected, I will be working hard, as usual, for my constituents, particularly when I visit Russia and eastern European countries on Council for Europe business. My boys and the Portsmouth Lodges are very happy with this decision of mine. Boaz.

      http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/news/local/ukip-targets-portsmouth-south-in-general-election-1-6080544

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      • 76
        Grand Master, Grand Lodge, Great Queen Street says:

        Jahbulon Handy. Don’t forget my villa in Spain, just like yours, from your boys.

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      • 131
        Trough-UP-Top says:

        One of our local UKIP council candidates had been Lab, Tory, LimpDems, now UKIP, but failed to gain. I wonder why.

        Too many old coggers are jumpin any which way the winds blowing – especially if it means retaining their lifestyle. Im sure we’ll see alot more Tories and Labourites jumping ships.

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    • 366
      Rufus Stone says:

      What do the Lib Dems and a toilet have in common? They are also full of shit.

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      By the way says:

      As for Hard-Right Tories and UKIP – are they not two cheeks of the same arse?

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        The Growler says:

        No Nige has picked up supporters from all three drongo parties, that will be UKip’s weakest point. Dave is supposed to have worked in PR, was he any good at it, I wonder if that Aussie will doing the GE for the Connners, the UK is not Australia, same with liebore and Axelrod the UK is not the USA.

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    Mine d'Boggles says:

    Governments horrified that people did not vote for them.

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    Mine d'Boggles says:

    correction: Geovernment Ministers who became rich in office or through connections are horrified that people did not vote for them.

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  7. 8
    Prik Clogg says:

    True. But I’m fucking off to a lovely sinecure in Brussels.

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    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

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      The Growler says:

      And who came third even with the backing of the Master, Mail, Sexpress, Torygraph, they lost as well

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        Anonymous says:

        I heard Cameron on radio this morning. Still not answering questions and still slagging off Nigel Farage. I will never vote for him again. A very bad loser with no grace.

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          rick says:

          Even the most die-hard Tory must now realise the Conservative party is no longer the party they thought it was. Blair could easily been leader of the modern ‘conservative’ party

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          • Stu says:

            I thought he was.

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          • White rabbit says:

            A continuation of a long series of lies and deception.
            Common Market to EU. Tory Party to Metro sexual deviant.
            Pub to Urban coffee shop. Self reliance to support and being failed.
            Resilient and tough to theatrical and offended.
            Well mannered and polite to Cro-Magnon oafish twat.

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          • The Growler says:

            To me B’Liar was a Tory, everything about him, his family conections, education the top Scottish public school, Oxford university.

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          Anonymous says:

          He’s either thick, ignorant or deliberately stupid: “Nigel Farage wants to destroy the Conservative Party”?

          No David, Nigel Farage wants to leave the EU, you’ve destroyed the Conservative party, I haven’t ‘lent’ you my vote, I’m angry but entirely rational. Neither you, labour nor the lib dems even sound human to me, none of you are concerned that you have all completely lost touch with the British electorate (completely), you are concerned at why we don’t share your view, not even considering why you do not share ours.

          Keep it up. I’m not angry, I’m loving it – another year of nothing changing, a London-centric outlook, a completely fucked housing bubble, and ever greater enrichment makes next years GE look very interesting.

          Fuck you David, ed and nick. They always there’s not enough lampposts? There are.

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          • M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

            I think Cameron beat him to it. They may call themselves Conservatives but the walk and quack like social democrats these days. Hence the rise of a truly conservative party UKIP.

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          • Silenced Majority says:

            Well said, Sir!

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          The Lone Ranger says:

          At least Cameron did appear on the Today prog. WTF was Miliband?????

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  9. 11
    Round the Bend says:

    I thought Clegg is the MP for Sheffield?

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    Steve Miliband says:

    makes me shudder; Ed Miliband will be PM next year

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      He may not even win his seat….

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        ahmonika says:

        He could be PM from the Upper House

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      • 44
        Norman Normal says:

        Graham Stringer just spiked Miliband, Balls and Alexander on the BBC.
        “Ed isnt doing as well as Cameron in the polls.”
        “Our economic policy is weak. ”
        “The election campaign is amateurish.”

        Odd to see someone from labour telling the truth lol!

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          Harry Potter says:

          He also called for a referendum on the EU, or at least for the Liebour Party to offer one. He stated the obvious that his constituents were not happy with the EU, immigration and the jobs situation. Consequently he’s regarded as a maverick by the Liebour Optimata. A realist I would say.

          I said it last week and I’ll repeat myself. I’ve never agreed with the guy’s politics but up here he’s always been pretty straight (unlike Blier). He’s the sitting MP for my old constituency, which used to be hard Tory. That all changed with the boundaries.

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      thostids says:

      Are you being paid to chuck up this crap? If you ‘re not, they used to have Asylums where you could lie down and have a long rest. If you are being paid, check your money goes in the Bank. Do you work for the BBC. Do you suffer from delusional behaviour? Are you David Bumsex and do you have a crawling urge to take up shouting at people after they’ve eaten? If so, there is a gap in the market lecturing on the subway.

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      • 73
        Steve Miliband says:

        Labour will win a majority with 35%

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          bergen says:

          Even worse, they could win it with 33% on a 4 way split. I can’t see how any single party government can be legitimate on that sort of share.

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          Moley says:

          Cameron got the votes in the last election with the implied slogan

          “Vote conservative; we are not quite as crap as labour.”

          Now he has spent the last four years proving to a large proportion of the electorate that actually, he is even worse; gay marriage offended many of his core voters; that is a fact. Continuing foreign aid using borrowed money is absurd to anybody who pauses to think. HS2 is a Millennium Dome on rails. These are just a few examples.

          If Miliband becomes Prime Minister that will be because the country weighed up what the Conservatives had to offer, against what the other parties had to offer and voted accordingly. The failure will be that of the Conservative party, not those who did not vote Conservative.

          Using a Miliband Premiership as a threat is a clear admission that the Conservatives are completely useless and there are no positive reasons to vote for them.

          For the first time in decades this Country has a chance to vote for a party it actually likes rather than against the parties it doesn’t.

          And it will.

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          • Anonymous says:

            I wish that were but I don’t think they will. My parents are people who can’t stand Dave, like Farage but are absolutely terrified about what Ed might do if he gets power. The Vote UKIP, Get Ed schtick works on people like them. That’s the battle that UKIP need to win and this election win may turn the corner in showing these people that voting UKIP gets UKIP.

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          • Nige says:

            Vote Cameron, get Miliband.

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          • Moley says:

            A look at France will reassure anybody who fears about a Miliband victory.

            Miliband would face the same problems as Hollande for exactly the same reasons and the reactive move to the right would follow in this country just as it has in France. Fortunately UKIP is far more moderate than France’s National Front.

            Cameron’s socialism on the other hand is creeping and insidious, and if he is re-elected there will be nothing to stop its continuation.

            There is only one way to stop the progressive ruination of this Country and that is to have the courage to vote UKIP.

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          • A doc says:

            … or start a full on revolution with lots and lots of lamp posts and piano wire. Thailand is an example of how to do it – except our “army” would not dare to step in.

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    Silent Majority says:

    What ever the question is, Edward Samuel Miliband is not the answer.

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  12. 19
    Barroski says:

    This was not the result that I was expecting, a new poll will have to be held shortly.

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    A first!

    
    

    The first Rich cartoon ever to elicit an unforced laugh from me.

    Well done that man! Resistance creates Persistence!

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  14. 22
    The Growler says:

    There are two little losers, the Master and Fawkes in this race, they actually backed the the horse that came in third, the Master’s power is slipping and he is not a happy bunny, someone is going to suffer for for this, the Master always wants to be the one that won it.

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      I have this gnawing theory that they are at each other’s throats all the time, they are so different in many ways.

      It is one of those Happy Family things on the outside but inside, all is turmoil and intrigue. Pistols at dawn won’t work though because H@rry can’t get out of bed.

      Being of fairly slight build myself, I try and avoid trouble, as you must surely know…

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    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

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    There was at least one sentence in Lord Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon-cum-Pantsdown’s piece with which I agreed.

    His conclusion was the traditional crap though. I shan’t be changing my vote to LibDem in any great hurry as a result of this.

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    thostids says:

    Clegg is curiously missing from the pundits on TV. How odd! Campbell says it was very noble of him to stand up to support the EU and he has paid “the price”. Strange that he still has his seat but none of his Party has survived. Is that “noble” as in “I’m ok and you don’t count”; I’m the Deputy PM, and I errr look after the kids whilst my wife works. I am irrelevant as is the main Party we live off. We have arranged for the Undertaker to tidy up the bodies. And we won’t be around for you to piss all over us, we shall do mighty things if only we could think of anything that the voters are interested in. Hangings concentrate the mind, and Clegg should be sure that he isn’t coming back. Even Clegg can’t ignore the hatred and contempt turning into ridicule soon.
    He’s dead now and will reek in a couple of weeks. Dig the grave now.

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      Norman Normal says:

      He is about 3/4 of the way through the libdem contacts list looking for supporters…

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      Bluto says:

      Tim Farron was peddling the same line last night. That the Lib Dems showed their integrity by rejecting UKIP’s “argument”. Like the UAF and SWP nutters he conflated anti-immigration feeling with anti-immigrant feeling.

      Lots of self-deluding lies from the Lib Dems and Labour this morning.

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      Scummy Bugger says:

      The Lib Dims are now like the rent boys they patronise. They intend to sell themselves to Labour after the GE and presumably vote to repeal legislation that they supported in the Tory coalition. Clegg, of course, cannot also be “Deputy PM’ under Labour and he would be sacrificed.
      Rumour says he is unconcerned with winning in his constituency and I bet that his EU Commission sinecure is already fixed up. He will join the other UK rejects and Cadburys Mishapes in Brussels.

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    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    It is quite clear that I am not taken seriously as a political analyst as the media has not asked me once to comment on the Euro elections.

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  19. 31
    Alex Salmond says:

    My useless ballot-box stuffers are all on the naughty-step this morning!

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  20. 32
    Vince Kabel says:

    Where’s CLEGG ?

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    Genghiz the kahn says:

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    non taxable pikey says:

    A message to all UK Islamic women. Go and support your Lycra clad sisters competing in Hyde Park next weekend.

    A message to the rest of you, loads of fit lycra clad totty at the World Triathlon Series races on Saturday and Sunday. It will add a whole new level to Guido’s Totty Watch.

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  23. 41
    Owen Jones,Football Correspondent says:

    Di Canio wants the Celtic job. Nick Griffin, meanwhile, has told Rod Petrie he’s the man to turn round Hibs.

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  24. 45
    Tower Hamlets EU Banana Republic says:

    To keep our subsidies we want an IN IN EU referndum

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    • 54
      Tower Hamlets Returning Officah says:

      Tower Hamlets turnout: one hundred and twenty three per cent.

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  25. 48
    Nick Clegg says:

    I’m sorry.

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    Twatson says:

    Tom Watson has been absent lately. Has that fat oily acne ridden c-unt gone into hiding?

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      nell says:

      I think you’ll find he spends most of his day in his taxpayer funded apartment playing xbox games.

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  27. 53
    Racists r Us says:

    Are the racists here disappointed that their old mucker Grick Niffin lost his seat?

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  28. 56
    Diane Abbott says:

    The success of UKIP is so depressing, I drowned my sorrows in a bucket of ryce and pea. Yeah mon.

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  29. 57
    The Loonies and Fruitcakes are in charge now says:

    I have yet to hear anyone say “we are sorry” .

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    • 59
      Robespierre says:

      I thought too it was customary in the UK to publicly congratulate the winner despite what you thought about them in private.

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    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

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  31. 63
    Dave Cameron, Prime Minister and tennis player says:

    It is an honour to have led the party to third place.

    tally ho

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  32. 65
    Rob Roy says:

    I.5 billion pounds plus the loss of 5000 jobs with Standard Life is a cheap price to pay to get rid of you English.

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

    Oh the irony ! The twat who kept telling us how good his beloved EU was for our country , will have a real hard time influencing anything in the Stasi of Brussels now LoL

    There must be a joke in there somewhere

    How many lib dem mep’s does it take to change a lightbulb ? etc
    They can’t due to eu health and safety laws

    Whats the name of the lib dem mep ?
    Juan Seet etc

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    • 78
      concrete pump says:

      How many coalition politicians does it take to change a lightbulb….?

      Two. One Conservative to change the lightbulb and one Lib-Dem to suck his dick.

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

    I thought of one

    Nick Clegg has just bought a new car

    A Seat Uno Get In !

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  35. 74
    Anonymous says:

    Miliband and Clegg still hiding this morning.

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

      Clegg just left his mansion in a large BMW with Blacked out windows

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    Onward Ukip Soldiers says:

    I thought what Kinnock said was,
    ‘Well alright, well alright, etc…’

    in the typical way the lefties love to adopt the yankee slang of a culture they thoroughly despise.

    BTW, how nice to know Martin Schulz’s (President of the EU Parliament) favourite author is Professor Eric Hobsbawn, noted traitorous commie writer and poisoner of millions of young minds.

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      Fishy says:

      ‘…noted traitorous commie writer and poisoner of millions of young minds…’

      Friend of the Milibands (admired by Weird Ed) and an apologist for Socialist mass murders and genocide – It was a price worth paying.

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  37. 80
    Sanjeev Gupta says:

    When will Ed Balls knife Miliband?

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    the general public says:

    Looks like R & M put as much effort into the caption as they did the drawing, very lazy and devoid of any satire. They clearly do this on a non-payment basis…….surely!

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  39. 83
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK SON OF COD AND CODFATHER OF SOLE says:

    Will Clegg now bring down the coalition , to try and save some face
    or will his own party knife him in the back

    Let the fun begin !

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    ++BREAKING NEWS++ says:

    Nick Clegg to resign as leader of the Liberal Democrats.

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    Displaced Brummie says:

    “Dear God!” said the Eurocrat. “We must ban this voting by the populace! It is far too dangerous!”

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    • 130
      Anonymous says:

      They did that a long time ago. You now get to vote for straw men who get ignored unless they agree with the elites who just vote for each other.

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      Pork Scratchings says:

      Seeeing as you originate from Birmingham, you would know all about letting the locals have a vote.

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  43. 89
    Big D says:

    The British Empire strikes back.
    Have just watched the dreadful Vicky Ford ( Conservative MEP ) twittering on as though the Tories are the winners .
    She thinks they ticked all the boxes , delusional or what !
    What a bl–dy lightweight she is and what an asset to Call me Dave .

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    The BBC is full of bigots says:

    The future is bright. The future is purple.

    If Labour wins next year they will trash the economy again and the Tories would most likely split into two parties, one of which will soon be absorbed by UKIP, who will win the 2020 election.

    If the Tories win Dave will resume his urging for Turkey to join the EU and allow 75 million members of the religion of peace the right to come and live here. He will con the public into staying in the EU with a dodgy referendum. In 2020 UKIP will win the election.

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  45. 97
    Death to all Fanatics says:

    An Independence from Europe, spoiler Party polled 1.5%.
    The electoral commission is a sick joke.

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      pookie snackumberger says:

      Guido, can you look into who, what and where re the An Independence from Europe so called party?

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        Overton says:

        I wonder who ultimately provided their funding?

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          very fishy says:

          My candidate for An Independence From Europe
          was a woman based in the Netherlands.
          Their electoral flyers were definitely calculated
          to look like UKIPs.

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    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    The content of this letter below is worth repeating

    Here is the text & content of a letter published in the DM on Friday

    “Power-crazed politicos

    When politicians are asked why they entered politics, the response is invariably the same. Turning to gaze nobly at a distant horizon, through moistening eyes, they intone ‘Because I wanted to change things’ – with the emphasis on the ‘I’.

    Roughly translated, this means ‘Iwant to see things done my way, regardless of what my constituents think they want’. The ethos, prevalent at Westminster across all parties is not to serve, but to rule.

    This is why they detest the idea of referendums. Issues that the electorate want addressed are ignored. Policies to which the majority are opposed are forced through without any attempt at constitution.

    We British should get over the notion that we live in a democracy: it’s an elective dictatorship.”

    H/T to the author John Stewart of Preston.

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        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Reply here – The point is the bloke from Preston – has written a very good letter from start to finish. It has impact and that is that – i know that i am going to send a copy of the blokes letter to the useless piece of shit for brains of an MP who does not represent his constituents concerns where i live. Now SC let us move on.

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    • 249
      táxpáyér says:

      Good comment (for once no tin-foil hatting).

      I shall refrain from my customary halogen this once.

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  47. 103
    Diane Abbott says:

    One hundred and first!

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  48. 105

    CLEGG IS A LOST CAUSE. FUCK OFF TO YOUR PAYMASTERS IN THE EU .QUISLING Hunt.

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  49. 106

    Vote UKIP :-)

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  50. 107
    Ed Miliband says:

    These results show I’m a prime minister in waiting.

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  51. 108
    pookie snackumberger says:

    Lies, damend lies and Lib Dems

    Minge campbell said: “It was Nick Clegg that started the debate on Europe”

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  52. 109
    nell says:

    Funniest comment this morning was from kevinmaguire of the mirror saying that ‘ the past week was a triumph for labour’ and ‘edmiliband will be sitting in no 10 after 7 May next year’ !!!

    Not sure what he’s been d r i n k i n g over this Bank Holiday but its addled his brain.

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    • 121
      The British media are cunts says:

      Probably been shagging his boyfriend senseless all weekend.

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      • 327
        A doc says:

        Thickhead Motormouth McGuire needs putting back in his box and then the key dropped somewhere in the middle of the Channel.

        Like

  53. 110
    Ibrahim says:

    We run London now, infidels. Labour give us lots of kafir money and we give them 20 billion postal votes. Allah shatbar.

    Like

  54. 112

    It’s bank holiday. So repeats. Oh well, here goes

    364
    Schrödinger’s cat says:
    January 9, 2014 at 9:05 pm

    The term elective dictatorship was used some decades ago by Lord Hailsham to describe the so-called democratic process in the UK.

    In fact it was coined by Garibaldi, one of the founders of the modern Italy, a multi talented individual who wanted his country to shake free of Habsburg dominance and pursued irredentist ideals resulting in the Risorgimento. In the process his home town of Nizza, now Nice, was ceded to France by Cavour and he organised resistance to this, including riots.

    Back to Hailsham, he was aghast at the way Harold Wilson could pass so many laws with such a small majority. He felt it was not reflective of the will of the people in the same way a larger majority might have been but was simply achieved by manipulating MPs. Take note, oh ye modernisers!

    The curious thing is that many people from all quarters have been arguing for the end of the House of Lords because it does not have a democratic foundation. The reality was that, when it was more powerful, it often stood against the government of the day, whether Labour or Conservative. The irony is that the reduction in the influence in the House of Lords has led to less democracy and not more. You will never see this argued in the media but I fervently believe it to be true.

    The Law of Unintended Consequences was never better illustrated than this.

    Elective Dictatorship is thus an even greater problem now than it was then.

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    424
    Blowing Whistles says:
    January 9, 2014 at 9:47 pm

    SC – take a look around hereabouts at Unelected Executives. EU / UK local councils. I think your eyes might just open up a bit further.

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    512
    Schrödinger’s cat says:
    January 9, 2014 at 10:58 pm

    Do you even begin to understand what I have written here? I sometimes wonder. If you cannot see the life’s irony, also a truth, in my fourth paragraph, then we have nothing to exchange.

    Of course I am well aware of the unelected slime, paid for by the public purse, in local, national and European administration. I used to write about it here long before you ever turned up.

    (In the interests of community spirit, I refrain from reproducing the rest…)

    But BTW BW. If you were not so indolent and actually looked up the link I over-generously posted for you, you will see that every comment going years back has a “Like this” by it, regardless of when the new ap kicked in.

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    • 135
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      SC – it’s not about you singing your own praises all of the time, or is it?

      btw The letter was published in a mainstream paper last friday – thus i lifted it. Stop beating up / frothing on about ‘yourself’ having mentioned ED back in January.

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      • 144

        Facts are facts, no matter how inconvenient to one’s point.

        Unlike yourself, I harbour no delusions over my perceived omnipotence.

        If when I post, people like it, that is fine. If they don’t that is also fine. It is all the same to me.

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        • 176
          The go has landed says:

          You actually keep a record of all your posts ???? FFS what a twat !

          Like

          • If you care to cast your eye down to the bottom of this very page, then, providing you have not by then forgotten what you were doing in your haze, you will see links to older pages.

            It is not that difficult to discover what you said before.

            If you were really clever you could find stuff instantly with an advanced Google search – but I really don’t want to overload you.

            One may take it as a measure of your cognitive abilities that you appear to assume that I insert all the “Like this” notices myself.

            I seriously advise you to vote Labour next time. At least they will pretend to look after you and, with that level of gullibility, you are likely to believe it.

            Have a lovely day.

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  55. 114
    The British media are cunts says:

    Ed Milimong on BBC news in total and utter fucking denial over the UKIP vote. Denying we need a referendum to leave the EU, talking utter bollocks and he thinks he had a good night.

    You have to laugh, you really do.

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    • 124
      Fishy says:

      And PIE supporter Harm-men on last night saying it was all about MP’s expenses.

      Is this c.unt thick, or what?

      Like

    • 147
      Anonymous says:

      They are certainly getting their moneys worth from Axelrod

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    • 169
      Wah wah pedal says:

      Repeat a lie often enough and it becomes fact – didn’t you know it was the Tories that bailed out the banks?

      Like

    • 328
      A doc says:

      I am not sure do need a referendum to activate Article 51, but I may be wrong as the EU size 6 font is not my strong point.

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  56. 120
    Hmmm says:

    Hey Guido, I think I may have spotted a swear word on your front page.

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  57. 125
    Islamic Republic of Tower Minarets says:

    Death to all kuffars! Tower Hamlets is a Labour-Muslim coalition. Praises to our leader, Loofah Rotman. We will continue to groom, torture and r*pe your white english girls. Our beloved prophet says non-muslim girls and women are all whores and we should be free to r*pe them as much as we want, for it pleases allah. And best of all, lots of stupid english people defend us and call our critics islamaphobic. This is how we will take over, infidels! With the help of your own traitors! I see now why you call them useful idiots. That Owen Jones is very useful. Little does he know he would be publicly executed under a glorious islamic regime for being the gays. Allah crapbar!

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  58. 129
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK SON OF COD AND CODFATHER OF SOLE says:

    The lib dems went down faster than Handycock in an eastern european kids home
    Or faster than Cyril Smith in a Rochdale orphanage

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  59. 132
    Mr Wind Bag says:

    You’ll be O.K. Cleggy boyo just join me and the family on the gravy train, we’ll show you the ropes.

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  60. 133
    nell says:

    And the second funniest statement this morning is twelce libdem mp’s saying cleggie should stand down and vincecable should take over so that they can move the libdems even further left as this will win them votes!

    Which way did the country vote in droves yesterday you sill libdems , it moved Right!!

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  61. 134
    David Cameron says:

    I’m not listening..lalalallaa..i can;t hear you…lalalalala…high taxes….lalalalaala..hate the middle classes….lalalalalal…i can;t hear you….lalalalala….ludicrous marginal tax rates…..lalalalala…

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  62. 138
    James O'Bottom says:

    Let’s just enjoy the moment! this is wonderful!

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  63. 139
    The British media are cunts says:

    Good old Norman Smith on the BBC telling the viewers that they were wrong to vote UKIP and that really people should stick to voting Labour.

    He’s just spouting the Labour line I’ve heard on the BBC all morning.

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  64. 141
    Steve Miliband says:

    How can Roger Helmet be standing as a candidate in Newark, having just been re-elected as an MEP?

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    • 143
      nell says:

      I believe I’m right in saying that they can be both an MEP and an MP.

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    • 155
      The British media are cunts says:

      Cameron is both PM and an MP at the same time.

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      • 185
        Sue Denim says:

        Which explains the half-arsed job he is doing of both.

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      • 239
        Dave from Witney says:

        I only just popped out arounf 7am this morning to “Sainsbury’s Local” get a copy of “The Guardian” and a pint of semi-skimmed for my Muesli and got stopped by some local BBC crew who insisted that I tell them about my reactions to Nigel’s win…I mean it was pee-ing down and I was getting soaked and the bloody woman just wouldn’t shut up

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        • 331
          A doc says:

          Dave, did your esteemed English teacher at Eton not teach you when to use that olde English expression “Fuck off”?

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      • 350
        Slimy Bugger says:

        And First Lord of the Treasury for which he receives a second salary. PM is not salaried.

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  65. 142
    Rotherhampoofta says:

    Well done UKIP!

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  66. 146
    Who'll replace Nick Clegg? says:

    What are the current odds on Clegg being forced out in a Lib Dem coup? There are two ways this can play out.

    First is that Lib Dems decide they’re a sinking ship under Clegg and they force him out and replace him with Jeremy Browne or Tim Farron.

    The other scenario is that they realise they’re finished as a party whoever leads them, so they might as well see the final year out till the election.

    My money’s on a coup and Jeremy Browne will be the new leader/deputy PM.

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    • 148
      Steve Miliband says:

      Farron. Browne is a Tory. Farron would get the left wing Liberals back on board

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    • 273
      Moley says:

      There is a problem there.

      It takes courage to mount a coup; being limp and wet doesn’t cut it.

      It will however separate the men from the boys, (which given the Limp Dems proclivities, will be something of an achievement).

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    • 284
      Jack Ketch says:

      I quite like Clegg. He may be a twister and as honest as a Cairo barrow boy, but he more charisma than anyone else in the Lib-Dem party and, on publically available information, he is one of the very few who is not a sexual deviant or a pederast.
      Farron is a pathetic joke of an individual, the man who claimed that he went into politics at the age of 16 after watching “Cathy Come Home” on TV-a programme that was broadcast 4 years before his birth.

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      • 332
        World Traveller says:

        My consistent experience with Cairo’s barrow boys is that they are generally very honest and do not try to short-weight or short change you.

        PS: You were all correct the other day chaps – there were no Scotch gits in that fried mars bars restaurant either.

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      • 340
        couldabin says:

        Clegg got his chance to perform in government when he appeared in the TV debates prior to the GE. Voters stupidly thought that a better “performance” than Dave and Gord, meant he could make a contribution in government.

        Sadly, the only thing he’s proved is that he is as incompetent as the rest. Lies, denial, ideas costing millions that are not thought through properly etc etc.

        We don’t want politicians with charisma. We want them to have foresight, conviction and the ability to push their ideas through parliament. It’s very sad that among the present bunch, there’s no sign of anyone who fits the bill.

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    • 351
      Slimy Bugger says:

      Are any of the LibDims eager to take Clegg’s place before the election? Better to avoid the odium attached to Clagg and be a “fresh face” when the party prostitutes itself after the GE when Claggy is finished.

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  67. 151
    Comical Dougie says:

    We annihilated our enemies in the European election. Labour took 98% of the vote and we have 3500 new MEPs. Our UKIP foes have been butchered alive.

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  68. 156
    Anon who Voted UKIP ORG !!! says:

    Fucked weird Ed decides to use the lectern to try & hide from
    everyone that he has yet again really SHIT himself, bigtime !!!
    after UKIP won the EU elections……

    “We are alright”………

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    • 174
      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK SON OF COD AND CODFATHER OF SOLE says:

      You call him Wieid Ed , but some reports say that labour want to replace weird Ed with Chuka Umunna
      Now there is one weird patronising twat !

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      • 208
        Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

        Can Chukka Butty spare the time away from his mirror, his preening and his photographer have the first spots in his busy schedule of preening and camera positions.

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        • 230
          Chukka Can says:

          I am definitely not weird, and I have edited my Wikipedia entry to say so

          Like

          • Chucka Mona says:

            Don’t forget my ever growing very large collection of expensive
            watches & of course fully funded by grateful & adoring filthy
            stinking smelly Tax Payers….. who know there place…..

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          • World Traveller says:

            … and the fucking difference between ‘there’ and ‘their’.

            Surely we cannot have yet another illiterate twat as our PM! Mr Pootn would eat him for breakfast with his rice (and pea) crispies.

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      • 291
        Moley says:

        The advantage of having Chuka as leader is that it would then become impossible to criticise him without all the dafties shouting “Racist”.

        It is in fact racist to prevent a non white from being criticised on the grounds of their colour, (unless the criticism focuses on colour). But I seriously doubt if the dafties will understand that.

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        • 320
          Bob Rusk says:

          When I hear him, I think, this guy could be in the Conservatives or Liberals. He talks the same shit for a start. He joined Labour for a reason – it was his best chance to become PM. The Liberals will never have a PM and it’s unlikely that the Cons will elect a black leader. So, there was only one option, Labour.

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  69. 160
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK SON OF COD AND CODFATHER OF SOLE says:

    Breaking news !

    The prime minister of Japan has sent Nick Clegg a large box of Viagra
    He said it was because he heard Clegg was “having big problem with his election”

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  70. 162
    Round_or_Flat says:

    The bloke on Sky News stated glibly that most of the population would drift back to the LabCons because they would be wary of a war which UKIP may start.
    He actually said this as if he had some factual data on which to base the information.
    Is this not media bias at its worse?

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    • 190
      Still counting in Tower Hamlets says:

      The liblabcon know a lot about starting wars, not to mention revolutions and up-risings.

      State propaganda is becoming more desperate by the day.

      Carry on like this, and we could be seeing a DDR moment within England before year’s end….especially if Scotland says bye bye to the Westminster Raj in September.

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  71. 163
    Hugh Janus says:

    I have just laughed at a Rich cartoon.

    Should I seek treatment?

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    • 192
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      Only if like me, if you voted UKIP, it’s undemocratic for us to UKIP and should have voted for the LibLabCons , you will recalled to a retraining centre, so please wait your turn.

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  72. 164
    Tracy says:

    I didn’t want go vote in the euroland election. But this nice lady from the Labours came round my house and she said if I vote Labour, she’ll give me fifty quid to get some beer and fags and a takeaway for me and my 7 kids. I said I ain’t never voted before. She showed me how to put an X in what box. She gave me lift to the poland station and I put an X next to Labours on the big long paper thing. When I came out of the poland station, she gives me fifty quid and dropped me off at Asda. She was a well nice lady. She fanked me and I went in and bought loads of cigarettes and lager and on da way home I got a chinese takeaway. Labours are a well good party.

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  73. 165
    Party party says:

    Some Limp dem twat on Sky last night saying that this wasn’t an anti-EU vote as people don’t really understand what the EU is about.
    That’s why you lost out you c*nt.

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  74. 167
    Nick Clegg says:

    Leaving the EU will cost jobs and pensions. Mines mainly.

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  75. 172
    Gordon Brown says:

    If I was still prime minister, Labour would have won a 10,000% share of the vote, in conjunction with the production of 25,523,969 new tractors, a real terms increase of 982%.

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  76. 177
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK SON OF COD AND CODFATHER OF SOLE says:

    Dave Camermong “Oh theres a problem with immigration”?
    Well if you re elect me i’ll tackle it

    Twat ! Removal van for a Mr Cameron !

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  77. 180
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK SON OF COD AND CODFATHER OF SOLE says:

    Breaking news !
    Nick Clegg ” look , if i dont get my way in Europe
    I will pull my member”

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  78. 181
    FarmerGiles says:

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  79. 184
    Mohammed Iqbal says:

    Great to see Amjad Bashir elected for UKIP in the North West

    Like

    • 334
      A doc says:

      There was also a “Crooked” on that list. Basher and Crooked, the terrible twins of the UKIP benches! Rumpypump had better watch his back…

      Like

  80. 186
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK SON OF COD AND CODFATHER OF SOLE says:

    Greater London is lost , it’s an immigration swamp created by labour by their open door policy , to ensure they will always control the capitol with the immigrant vote

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    • 194
      Cheap labour and cheap votes says:

      Also created by the right, for reasons of cheap labour.

      Never forget it’s both left and right to blame for our predicament.

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      • 209
        tabblenabble02 says:

        …and the middle if you extend that logic.

        Forget the left vs right smoke and mirrors.

        It’s all about nationalism vs libertarianism. It was libertarianism that opened our borders to uncontrolled immigration.

        …and of course, any party with the word “national” in their name is strictly verboten in the libertarian west.

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    • 336
      A doc says:

      When I grew up, that part of Londonistan was mainly inhabited by bagel eaters. Where did they all go to?

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  81. 188
    Jezza says:

    London will be ungovernable in a few years. It already is in parts. Labour have a lot to answer for

    Like

    • 199
      liblabcon effnik cleansers says:

      It will become like something out of Brazil. A super rich elite behind gated communities, protected by a paramilitary, and surrounded by teeming overcrowded slums.

      Like

      • 337
        A doc says:

        Great! Let’s persuade the newly arrived Romanians and Bulgarians to go and settle there. Just tell them there’s lots of spare metal to be had and ton of gold leaf ripe for collecting off all those mosky roofs.

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      • 361
        São Paulo resident says:

        Good stereotype but wide of the mark.
        It’s not just the super rich that live in gated communities. It’s pretty much everybody that can scrape together the cash.

        Very very few of these have armed guards. Where I live we do have unarmed security sitting in a (supposedly) bulletproof office to check who is coming in and out.

        We are not surrounded by overcrowded slums, we are surrounded by other apartment blocks, offices and shopping centres.

        That said, the favelas are still a huge problem here, and many years of socialist government have done nothing to solve the issues as far as I can see.

        Similarly, public healthcare is atrocious, public schooling is just as bad, infrastructure is “developing” and levels of violent crime are quite unbelievable.

        At least we have some nice new stadiums.

        And some very rich left wing politicians.

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    • 312
      i thin therefore i self hypnotise. says:

      u new sex

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  82. 189

    David Cameron: Nigel Farage wants to ‘destroy’ the Conservatives

    Got it in one, Dave!

    Admit it. It did take some time to get there, didn’t it? :-D

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    • 196
      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK SON OF COD AND CODFATHER OF SOLE says:

      All Farage is doing Dave , is adopting policies you and your party have abandoned

      Like

    • 197
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      A Libdem PM complaining about Farage wanting to destroy the Conservatives, you can only destroy something that Camoron hasn’t already destroyed, May 2015 taxi for mr Camoron and his mates the Libdems.

      Like

    • 207
      Dickhead Dave says:

      I’ve driven away tens of thousands of party members in the last five years.

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    • 211
      Not there yet says:

      He seems to be a bit intimidated by common sense

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    • 219
      Nowhere near yet says:

      Smell the fear

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    • 220
      Bluto says:

      Farage might want to Dave but you already did.

      Here’s a clue. Probably not a great idea for a “Conservative” leader to put his trust in Common Purpose and UAF over his own grass roots.

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  83. 195
    Lalalaaaa not listening says:

    I suspect anyone who listens to Cameron, Clegg or Miliband today will resolve to remain a UKIP voter in the general election.

    Like

    • 200
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      Still smiling at the words some lady in a Nottingham car-boot on the BBC said when asked who she voted for, she said Labour but we had too much local immigration, I think Liebours white wash machine is a brilliant design as it covers all idiots and the past very effectively.

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  84. 202
    non taxable pikey says:

    Tower Hamlet results in yet?

    Just stirring the Sh^t a bit.

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  85. 204

    Vote UKIP :-)

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  86. 206
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK SON OF COD AND CODFATHER OF SOLE says:

    We still have a three party system
    i wonder if they will invite Nick Glegg to the leaders debates LoL

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    • 214
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      He still has MPs, I wonder what the betting will be for the Libcraps keeping at least one seat in May 2015.

      Like

    • 216
      pookie snackumberger says:

      I can see it now

      Dave: I agree with Nigel.

      Mong, I agree with nigel.

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      • 247
        MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK SON OF COD AND CODFATHER OF SOLE says:

        And Nick !

        “If you let me in , i’ll disagree with Nigel”

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  87. 221
    Now it's time for a parliament for England says:

    Have you noticed that the thicker-skinned LIBDEM people are coming out to defend Clegg by saying he was the only one who had the courage to face Farage and support our membership of the EU? Yet they know he failed spectacularly. What is matter with them?

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    • 354
      Chuffed to F*ck says:

      I have to laugh at the “not understanding the EU” crap. They cannot get into their thick heads that no-one, outside of the bedwetters directly/indiretly employed by the EUSSR – wants to be anywhere near it.

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  88. 223
    Hitting the buffers gently on the EU gravy train says:

    Conservative MEP Martin Callanan, who lost his seat his seat last night, was just on the radio. He was asked how much his transitional allowance would be. Transitional allowance is a sum paid to MEP’s who lose their seat and is supoosed to help them back into ‘normal life’. Callanan said he didn’t know how much it was in his case – he hadn’t checked it. Let me help him out – it’s £157,000.

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  89. 227
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK SON OF COD AND CODFATHER OF SOLE says:

    If the troies want to beat labour at the next election
    Threaten to scrap fracking , and open a few new coalmines in labour strongholds
    pointing out that labour closed far more pits than maggie ever did
    and at the same time putting two fingers up to the european carbon emmissions policy as Germany has done , by building another 25 coal fired powerstations

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  90. 231
    Lefties and feminists says:

    The title Godzilla is islamaphobic. We demand they change the title to Allahzilla.

    And X-Men should be called X-Persons.

    Like

    • 237
      Did you know? says:

      A feminist party in Sweden got 5.3% of the vote and a MEP in the 2014 Euro elections.

      Like

      • 252
        Did you know? says:

        Everytime a Green Party member was announced as winning a seat during last night’s election results in the UK there were loud hysterical female screams and shouts from all of the audiences.

        Like

      • 324
        Bob Rusk says:

        Will they be campaigning against the mass immigration that allows Swedish women to be raped? Somehow, I don’t think so.

        Like

      • 326
        Bob Rusk says:

        Will they be campaigning against the mass immigration that allows Swedish women to be r@ped? Somehow, I don’t think so.

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  91. 236
    nell says:

    It looks like it’s one in the eye for Dan Hodges!

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    • 242
      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK SON OF COD AND CODFATHER OF SOLE says:

      And one up the “council gritter” for Owen Jones

      Like

    • 244
      non taxable pikey says:

      We are according to that little Sh^t all racialists and homophobes because we voted for UKIP. Well UKIP are sending an openly homosexual candidate and two ethnic minority candidates to the European Parliament.

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      • 269
        here's an idea says:

        Any chance that news channels could bring in commentators
        who are actually in touch with the views of the electorate?
        The current crop literally have no idea what voters think.

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  92. 243
    One for Nick Clogg says:

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    • 276
      Wankers says:

      Fuck The Clash…….they summed up perfectly the group think lefty bullshit to a t. Well heeled little rich boys playing the socialist.
      The Ed Millibands of punk

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  93. 245
    The LibLabCon Translation Service says:

    A free service for all LibLabCon ivory towered mongs.

    Northern Europe = Anti-immigration
    Southern Europe = Anti-austerity

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  94. 251
    Lefties and feminists says:

    We demand that Hollywood change the title of The Amazing Spiderman to The Amazing Spiderperson. And James Bond should become Jane Bond.

    Like

  95. 254
    Tower Hamlets EU Banana Republic says:

    The voting is delayed while we observe ramadan

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    • 313
      Tower Hamlets EU Banana Republic says:

      They are now saying the delay is due to the fact that they have worn out all their erasers, as they have not found enough of the right kind of votes.

      Like

  96. 257
    • 286
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      The peasants are revolting, Boris is way past his sell by date but does a good job keeping out the riff raff from having the London mayors job.

      Like

      • 304
        Baksheesh Bashir says:

        Not for long inshallah.

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      • 310
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Boris’ last words “Changer ou mourir” [Change or die]

        Ughh Boris – the EU is dead; it’s been kept on life-support artificially for far too long now. It is beyond time to bury the corpse.

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  97. 259
    Homer Simpson says:

    A big win for UKIP, and a day off work!

    Can life get any better than this?

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    • 277
      non taxable pikey says:

      Well, it could stop raining and Cloggie could resign, but otherwise, tis a grand day.

      Like

  98. 260

    Vote UKIP :-)

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  99. 262
    Oh do fuck off Norman! says:

    Norman Smith dissing UKIP again on the BBC.

    This cuunt should be sacked on the spot.

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    • 268
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      He should be congratulated for helping UKIP get so far ahead of the crap, his hate and bias has been a great and will surely bring more voters to UKIP in May 2015, god bless the BBC bias and all the biased BBC b,stards working in that cess pit for helping UKIP in their own way.

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      • 274
        he's a joke says:

        The more Scrawny Norman continues with his biased onslaught
        against UKIP,the more members and votes the party will hoover
        up.

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  100. 266

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  101. 267
    The British media are cunts says:

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    • 281
      non taxable pikey says:

      It’s going to be sub judice soon, hopefully…..

      Like

    • 292
      Stop paying says:

      It’ll be a news blackout, just like all the other times there were serious voting ‘irregularities’ found in an election.

      Our bent media covering the backs of the bent liblabcon political class.

      Welcome to Britain 2014.

      Like

    • 311
      Nothing will change says:

      Despite everything we had been told, the count was a shocker. There was a 21% discrepancy in the votes in Island Gardens between the first two counts.

      Like

      • 343
        A doc says:

        Illiterate, uneducated non- English speaking downtrodden muzzy women should not be allowed to vote. The whole exercise in TH should be declared null and void – and never again allowed to participate in any future elections.

        Like

    • 341
      A doc says:

      Because none of them speak a word of Urdu?

      Like

  102. 271
    The British media employ cunts says:

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    • 303
      He's right says:

      He’s probably right. Labour are barely ahead of them in a mid-term vote, despite the harvesting of postal votes by Labour. The Tories are pissing themselves laughing.

      In fact, UKIP have identified that ex-Labour voters are much more likely to stick with them in a GE than ex-tory.
      Conservative minded people, living in marginal seats don’t want to see Labour back-doored in by wasting a vote on a Party that will come 4th in their constituency.

      Like

  103. 287
    Mangochutney says:

    Why is Sarah Milican announcing the Scotchland results?

    Like

  104. 297
    cheche says:

    whats happening in t hamlets now pls

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    • 342
      A doc says:

      Just beginning the count. Be with you in a couple of hours. Help yourself to the mint tea and lassies while you wait.

      Like

  105. 300
    BBC Waaaaycism Police says:

    Just memoed everyone at the BBC; never ever say ‘a black day for the LibDems’, it’s a ‘day-of-colour for the LibDems’

    Like

  106. 305
    Axelrod says:

    Cartoonist can’t even spell Labor.

    Like

  107. 307
    Jimmy says:

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  108. 308
    Unelected Eurocrat creaming off Euro millions says:

    You know, these elections really interfere with the smooth running of the EU.

    They should be banned as the sheeple just don’t understand the issues!

    Like

  109. 364
    Labour Voting Doug Shite In EDinburgh Shitty says:

    :(

    Like

  110. 365
    Big D says:

    Will Call me Dave now need to do something to get attention such as announcing that he is breaking with the Lib Dums.
    He dont want to make any other changes , especially in regard to upsetting that nice Mrs M in Germany so perhaps he reckons such a move will make us all vote for the Tories again .
    No way Jose .
    And after all he now knows the LDs are dead in the water and simply an extra problem for his lot.
    Plus many of his lot hate the LDs and Dave as well and they must be after his head for the block .

    Well for the moment as our Maggie would have said , rejoice , rejoice

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The lefties are attacking because the panellist is a millionaire and lives in a London home worth upwards of two million. Someone had best tell them he’s called Ed Miliband.


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