May 27th, 2014

Jon Craig Drops F-Bomb on Sky News


128 Comments

  1. 1
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

    I’M SWEARING UNDER MY BREATH TOO…

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    • 4
      it's no wonder the bra is zilch says:

      when in brazil….
      bra zil ch….
      when in ch rome…

      good fuck.

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      • 16
        chromozone says:

        when in the zone eat a buffallo cheese.
        ZOME the ZuMa king.

        milk the LOIN. wALKers have KRISPYFEET. HowDIE says Howardson. why does GL INT is innit. why pick the lock. has Big Bro entered the house?

        whose ward?
        whose sun?

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        • 54
          Does my Clegg look big in this? says:

          Laying cable in the stable with Mabel if you’re able – it’s a fable: put them on the table; don’t give a damn, like Clark Gable, wearing a sable.

          Are you unstable? Whip out my kipper: I enable.

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      • 17
        Pretentious troll unmasked says:

        Soooooo, your a yellow streak, are you?

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  2. 2
    Nick"Goodluck" Clegg says:

    The racist and bigoted Ukip now has a gay and an Asian elected to the European parliament.

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    • 5
      Anonymous says:

      The gay one should give Roger Helmer a full body hug.

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      • 64
        A FGH AN says:

        roger ed cheese yet. yet TIE. is the snow in the abs? if absolute is fabulous then I will eat my Texan.
        T x N = TIN
        TN
        I
        when the Titanic went down why did the. lloyds of London lower their I’s.

        Tit or Tt? u need ur I’s tested.
        Tit or T t? should have gone to Dustsavers.
        worship D, livery is a blowtorch.
        Fitchornofitch. who will protect yiceman,

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    • 19
      Amjid Abu Bakhar says:

      Great to see Amjad Bashir, the halal restaurant kingpin, elected as UKIP MEP for the North West!

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      • 31
        Mustafa says:

        is this the thyme.
        rime ryme greek reek off ur head is a crystal. time is a crime. do the rime do the crime, HIMisgay.
        milan is gay?
        all gay boys are football supporters. shopping is good.

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    • 22
      BIG foot is wayyyyy istamBULL. says:

      is leg standing on shit.

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    • 40
      The Lone Ranger says:

      The BBC’s “Today Programme” gave us the privilige of listening to the wisdom of Clarke and Blair on the rise of “euroskeptic” parties. Clark said we shouldn’t blame immegrants or mind if languages other than English were spoken on the bus. As someone who voted UKIP, I wasn’t aware that I did blame immegrants. I blame Clarke and his class – and when was he last on a bus. Blair suggested that people like me were reactionaries. I would rather be reactioary than be responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands. On that basis, I consider Blair’s opinions worthless. As is often said, but worht saying again – they just don’t get it. Vote UKIP.

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    • 76
      all men are joystick, says:

      when in ipPditch. y is royalty.
      y does y. y blush. rush that bush, is put it in there gay
      e nt f is g.
      a is e,
      is woody is gay then what off your head buzzy, bransunburn.

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    • 126
      Red Ed says:

      Cl egg on face

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  3. 3
    Tom Watson says:

    I don’t understand why girls aren’t attracted to me. I’m the perfect gentleman. I will punish all you girls for ignoring me.

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  4. 6
    Fuckin ell says:

    That’s exactly the same thing I say when Sky reprises its tedious anti UKIP shite every report.

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    • 98
      World Traveller says:

      Just what I was going to say, but happily, you did it for me. TQ

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      • 99
        World Traveller says:

        PS: Lucretia Borga’s face was a real picture when they cut back to the studio. I wonder if anyone has ever sworn in her presence before?!

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    • 124
      Anonymous says:

      John Ryley is very good friends with Alastair Campbell. Bear this in mind whilst watching Sky News.

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  5. 7
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    AND THEY SAY I’M OUT OF TOUCH….

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    • 8
      T.B£iar - the People's Messiah says:

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      • 100
        World Traveller says:

        This shows that Bliar is really shitting his pants. If the UK gets out of the EU we can wave goodbye to things like the ICC and the ECHR – then we will be free to restore the treason laws, grab him, put him on trial, and sentence him to life in a damp cell in the Tower of London —- and all free from those wet Euro legal wankers :-)

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    • 11
      The liblabcons have got the message from the electorate and realised the answer is says:

      even more immigration and diversity

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    • 49
      The Lone Ranger says:

      Very true. Should have posted here my #40 above.

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    • 53
      David, Nick and Ed says:

      He was discussing the smell of the corruption.

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  6. 9
    Reaction from the liblabcons in Tower Hamlets says:

    We are shocked that Muslim primitives would behave like Muslim primitives and intimidate voters.

    There was no way we could have known.

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    • 14
      Muslim enclave says:

      Tower Hamlets is so overrun with disgusting ragheads, you could carpet bomb that shithole and not a single Brit would be killed because there aren’t any left. It’s become a foul muslim ghetto. You have to sympathise with the veterans of World War II who look around and ask themselves “is this what I risked my life for?”

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      • 21
        Amjid Abu Bakhar says:

        They didn’t win the war for rightwing extremists like you either!

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        • 79
          Yes they did! says:

          He’s a centrist extremist – there’s no such thing as right wing.

          No-one fought and died in WW2 to have their country ethnically cleansed and turned into a 3rd world shithole-cum-police state governed by nonces and tax dodgers.

          Carpet bombing is a poor idea though – laughing gas and the anti-windrush is probably cheaper and more effective.

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          • Jack says:

            I always asked my grandfather (WW2 veteran) how he felt about people who tried to appropriate his sacrifices for their own political agenda – and he didn’t like it.

            He was proud he fought for his country – and, no, he didn’t look at the UK and wonder why he fought. No veterans do! That’s a lie invented by people on the Left and Right to use WW2 veterans for their own selfish gains.

            Stop it.

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      • 24
        UKIP Hacking at the roots with the truth says:

        “is this what I risked my life for?”

        How about the ones who gave their life?

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        • 56
          ed milliband peoples representitive of doncaster says:

          luckily they’ll never see how a generation later they were betrayed.funny how being nationalistic isn’t a bad thing when a worm like blair wants you to splatter a brown persons brains all over the desert.

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        • 104
          Blair, high priest of war says:

          No soldier “gives” his life, he has it snatched from him in bloody apocalypse.

          That makes the sacrifice worth remembering, but it should also be remembered who does the sacrificing – the high priest, not the victim.

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        • 127
          ex squaddie says:

          No one in the British Army refers to “veterans”.

          Only septic tanks whinge on about veterans.

          It just shows how unbelievably out of touch with the army our press and politicians are. They really do speak a different language. But then our rulers have spent a thousand years shouting at us in french….

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      • 48
        The Indian Army says:

        36,000 of us died in World War 2, fighting for you.

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        • 57
          ed milliband peoples representitive of doncaster says:

          well done,the same again fought for the nazis

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        • 84
          Pick it, lick it, roll it, flick it. says:

          They fought for money – go and read a book.

          Sorry – go and learn to read.

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        • 95
          Guilt mongering no longers works says:

          700,000 of us Britons and Irish died in WW1 fighting for France.

          Does France owe us their country as recompense?

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        • 112
          Colonel Bogey says:

          Years ago I read a WW2 memoir called The Jungle is Neutral. Was shocked to read how Sikhs would capture Brit soldiers on the run and hand them over to the Japanese for torture and execution.

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          • quantrill says:

            My cadet corps leutenant had been through WW2 and he said that in Burma they took the bolts out of Sikhs rifles as they were not trustworthy and would either shoot British soldiers or sell the guns.

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  7. 10
    Browne vs Cable vs Farron says:

    Jeremy Browne is arguably the most competent Lib Dem and many regard as a closet Tory. He’d be best placed to replace Clegg, but given his right wing leanings, that would hardly help the party’s shrinking voter base. It would more likely be the wet blanket Farron or the doddery fool Cable, who’s still dining out on the one good joke he made about Brown during PMQs.

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    • 27
      Bring back Ming! says:

      Bring back Ming! As a personal friend of Asquith and Lloyd George, he would bring much-needed gravitas back to the LibDem leadership.

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      • 52
        The Lone Ranger says:

        He’s got lots of other qualities too that LimpDums are short of – he’s not a perv and he keeps his drinking under control.

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    • 117
      Anonymous says:

      A comeback from Paddy Pantsdown?

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      • 128
        Animal Farm PR Department says:

        No chance. He has his own special room in the farm house now. No need to do anything that carries responsibility any more.

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  8. 12
    Botus says:

    Is Jon shortlisted for Boulton’s job?

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  9. 13
    Anonymous says:

    Why do radio4 insist on having creatures such as Blair and Campbell continually on their programmes. Blair on this morning- radio immediately switched off. I wonder if switching off shows in their listener/non listener figures?

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    • 59
      BBC News Editor says:

      No, our listening figures are up – I’ve just checked with our creative dept.

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    • 82
      Jasmine BBC rantingmummy says:

      I’m back at work and busily tweeting to catch up.
      [Never went away really!!]

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    • 89
      WoRaft Chihuahua says:

      It is the Blair Broadcasting Corporation. And he is thinking that since the Eds are unelectable, the Party might want him back to recapture the glory days when they used to win elections. The BBC remembers the night when the place was full of empty champagne bottles instead of the fear of being chucked out to sink or swim commercially.

      So think of it as a meeting of old lovers, wondering if they could recapture the magic.

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      • 102
        A passing hippo says:

        Ah! You mean dat ol’ black magic dat I weave so well?

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        • 119
          quantrill says:

          No interviews with Marie Le Penn then?? I suppose the BBC are pretending she doesn’t exist. Much as they would like to do with Farage. “Lets just interview the losers”

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  10. 15
    Bosun Higgs says:

    A bad-tempered, foul-mouthed man in a flasher’s mac.

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  11. 18

    What is that black box at the top which won’t play?

    I managed to find the video on The Mirror site. If Craig had carried on, I don’t think much of the bells would have come over the mic.

    (Near-Freudian slip. I had typed balls and just noticed in time – for a change…)

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    • 33
      Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

      Was it the bells?

      It does appear that he looked up at the tower, but I would have thought that a man of Craig’s experience around Westminster would have known not to record a report just prior to the bells sounding off if they were a problem for him.

      .. and on your near-Freudian slip
      Balls would enough to put anyone off…

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      • 55

        I agree on your main point but frankly the whole Westminster circus is so detached from reality, whether performers or reporters, that experience is getting to be a disadvantage.

        Amazing how all three party leaders have almost carried on as if nothing had happened. It has only served to strengthen my resolve to hate them even more.

        The whole place is utter Balls, in fact.

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        • 66
          The Taliban Dance Band says:

          “Amazing how all three party leaders have almost carried on as if nothing had happened.”

          Very true. I would add the BBC, as demonstrated by the Today prog. with B£iar and Clark.

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          • The BBC is just another one-trick pony and deserves to be swept away with the others.

            Hell! We are fighters here, not losers! We should sell it at a vast sum to some unsuspecting fucker and pay down the country’s debt.

            You know it makes sense. ;-)

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          • Fred the pensioner says:

            … ok, but make sure someone with some actual business experience is in charge this time!

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  12. 20
    Nick Clegg says:

    I’m so upset by the results, I put on some classical music and cried.

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    • 25
      Jasmine Beckett says:

      I want all EU elections dead.

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      • 125
        RightwinggitRedux says:

        “I want all EU elections dead. ”

        The little scouse idiot spells jasmine without an e..

        Too stupid to spell her own name correctly, or was that her fuckwit parents when they named her?

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    • 32
      Dirk Bogarde says:

      Mahler’s 5th always does it for me.

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    • 106
      Fred the pensioner says:

      Somebody posted a special song for you at the end of the previous thread. Brought back some lovely memories from way back when the UK was polite, unified and civilised.

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  13. 23
    Anonymous says:

    rumour is clegg was phoning round to see if there were any takers for his job yesterday.

    no one wanted it.

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  14. 26
    Cmon_Nige! says:

    If you are male, approaching middle-age, white, with no hint of a foreign accent you must have no delusions about where your career will eventually end.
    You must also treat your camera crew to a free Kentucky every day, or they will deliberately put live one of your out-takes.

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  15. 28
    Hypocrisy now.... says:

    So, Ukraine’s government is bombing it’s own citizens……

    Err, doesn’t that make the President a ruthless dictator like Hague accused Assad?

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  16. 30
    SNAKE OIL IS GOOD FOR YOU says:

    Sky news reporting a meeting between lib dem activists after an opinion poll says Clegg is so unpopular that he will lose his own seat to labour at the next election

    Good bye 30 shags

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  17. 34
    Guy News Room says:

    Nick Clegg says Ed Miliband should “stay firm” and stick to his stance of not giving British public an EU referendum.

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      The Taliban Dance Band says:

      I hope he does – ‘cos that way the UKIP boat will come big time.

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  18. 35
    Long John Silver' s parrot says:

    So 24 hours after this reported earthquake it seems to me to be business as usual then.

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    • 96
      Anonymous says:

      expect the msm to learn from their mistakes

      their accusations of racisms on ukip proved to work like putting a chip pan fire out with water.

      they are not stupid they know the weakest part of ukip is not policy its communication lines and share of voice.

      they will attempt to starve ukip of attention. so typical bbc watching public forget who ukip are.

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  19. 36
    Nick Clegg says:

    I am a loyal servant of Their Serene Majesties the Lords of Europe and would rather die than compromise with their wicked enemies. I wrap myself in the gold-spangled blue banner and pledge body and soul to the cause of harmonising things and regulating everything. Europa uber alles!

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    • 62
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      Sad to hear you have problems Claggy, politics is all about taking sides and being on the winning side. you were on the wrong side and on the losing side, enjoy your retirement , you will soon go down in the history books, as a traitor to Britain, bye, next please.

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  20. 38
    Anonymous says:

    So the kippers have a gay scot called Dave as their MEP. A few of the cyber kippers are going to have heart problems.

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  21. 39
    Swing Vote says:

    The big shock of the results which has left Labour shaken to the core is that UKIP did so well in the north, taking votes in Labour heartlands. Not only has this thrown the notion that all UKIP voters are just disgruntled Tories out the window, it’s also put the frighteners on Labour, who now realise they’ve spent several years calling some of their own voters racist.

    Two things will probably happen now. Labour will try and talk tough on immigration, which will be laughable. But they’ll also sink to new depths of depravity in smearing and attacking Farage. The latter I’m not so worried about, because as these results have shown, the combined forces of the Tories, Labour, Lib Dems and the MSM who spent the last two months in a relentless onslaught against UKIP, only succeeded in strengthening the resolve of UKIP voters.

    The question still remains of how many will go back to their usual voting habits at the election. Whilst a fair few certainly will, there should be a concerted effort to drive home the idea that a sufficient turnout for UKIP next year could result in the party holding the balance of power in which is most likely to be another hung parliament. The Lib Dems are finished as a party, that much is clear. Their voters won’t turn to UKIP. It’s the Tories and Labour voters who turned to UKIP this time that have to be kept on side to deliver a shocker next year. Then finally we can have a proper coalition that will clean up the nation. Yes, the lefties will screech and take to the streets and riot, but that happened under Maggie too and she got through it. It’s time to fix Britain.

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    • 43
      Lance Corporal Bill Bloggs (retired) says:

      Are you really surprised?

      It was Guido who pointed out to them that Miniband is a weirdo.

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    • 86
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      There’s eleven months to prove UKIP is worthy of people voting for it, while being attacked by the shittarati, who will go through every word and the toilets to find something, as UKIP is made up of ordinary people with very few “professional” politicians then skeletons will be around, one step forward , ten steps back, I don’t like hearing the same words spouted by different people in the same way, like Liebour do it sounds like they all went to the same brainwashing party, but everybody should be on the same page,

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    • 90
      David Alexrod says:

      Now we’ve tackled the difficult problem of bacon butties there will be no stopping us.

      By the way, did you know that in a coalition government Farage plans to put 856% VAT on food and so our peas in a pod poster was really rather prescient.

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  22. 45
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

    I’ll stab him in the back whilst Tony B£iar stabs him in the front.

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    • 72
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      Dream on, you not in jail yet.

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    • 78
      Spectator says:

      Well to be fair to clegg, he did come out and face Farage. The other 2 jellies just threw the child into the raging current to see what would happen.
      Unfortunately clegg believed his own publicity from the TV debates he had had with cameron and brown back in 2010.
      Farage is a problem for them all.

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      • 93
        The Taliban Dance Band says:

        Roll on next year’s TV “debate”.

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        • 97
          Anonymous says:

          it will just be miliband and Cameron.

          clegg can’t attend he is going to end up with a dozen mps. we may as well have the DUP in the debate if clegg attends.

          it will be a good excuse for the media to ignore farage too.

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          • Austin Tash says:

            Farage could offer an alternative debate, between UKIP, LibDems, and the Greens…

            A shambolic, broken Nick Clegg stumbles to the podium, whiskey in one hand, fag in the other, slurring something about “little Britain” and “our place is in Europe”.

            He’s widely judged to have lost the debate after calling Farage a “w@nker”. When the audience gasps, he screams at them “you’re all f@cking w@ankers! I’m not even British! F@ck you all!”

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    • 88
      Beelzebub says:

      Damned by faint praise from the psychotic trendy vicar.

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    • 110
      cured lefty says:

      Tony how do you sleep at night , you war mongering bastard!

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  23. 51
    Will says:

    Vote rigging in tower hamlets got so bad that Robert Mugabe has declared “that it gives a bad name to banana republics” and he is offering to send impartial observers !!!

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  24. 60
    DD says:

    Did Anyone from radio 4 ask Blair about Chilcot or even more lost documents ?

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    • 108
      Fishy says:

      Yes. Not his fault apparently (nothing ever was). Bliar tried to finger the present Govt for the delay.

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  25. 81
    Round_or_Flat says:

    Quite an interesting stance really – not to give your electorate a straight vote on EU Rule or Home Rule, knowing that the majority of them would vote to get out.
    Exit from the EU political community would not be a bar to unlimited trade with Europe either.
    Surely one of the tenets of Democracy is to cede to the opinions of the Majority, and by this argument both the Labour Party and the Last Dems are practisiing an ostensible brand of anti-democrarcy?

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  26. 94
    Didn't Sound Like A Slip To Me says:

    Sack him

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  27. 105
    You think the EU elections are over,,, says:

    Sill counting the votes in Northern Ireland……..only one elected so far…

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  28. 109
    Anonymous says:

    “Jon Craig Drops F-Bomb on Sky News”
    He may have watched the recent Dylan Thomas life-story play, and been contaminated by fallout from the C-bomb they dropped.

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  29. 111
    Effing eck! says:

    She doesn’t have much of a sense of humour does she? Dyed in the wool PC.

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  30. 114
    Necrophiliac Dating Agency-Just Where Do They Dig These People Up From? says:

    LOL. Thank god for Youtube eh? Let’s be honest folks, if it was after 8pm who’d have given a shite? The guy’s just human.

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  31. 120
    James O'Bottom says:

    Dave Coburn is a great guy read his stuff on Twitter it’s fantastic that we have an MEP in Scotland.

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  32. 122
    broderick crawford says:

    Has Blair had his front tooth repaired d .– now he s got so much money he can afford a top dollar cosmetic dentist ??

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  33. 123
    Post hoc says:

    …such timbre, such feeling…. laughed my chaussettes off!

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