May 28th, 2014

People’s Army Pledge 1,000 Troops on the Ground in Newark

“The people’s army is coming”, a senior commander tells Guido this morning. On the back of the Euro Elections, UKIP are turning their attention to Newark and boldly claim they will have 1,000 troops on the ground. Guido understands that every single newly elected MEP is under strict instructions not to head to Brussels until after the vote next Thursday, and every single office holder at every level in the party is expected to invade the Notthinghamshire town. While UKIP sources are pouring cold water on their chances of outright victory, they are relishing “a very close run” and wiping out most of the 16,000 Tory majority: “They won’t be able to send the entire cabinet to the same seat every day in the general election.”


335 Comments

  1. 1
    Null hypothesis says:

    Afternoon all!

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    • 33
      Guido says:

      Ian Flynn @IFFlynn · May 26
      What @David_Cameron needs to say is if his renegotiation (which I support) fails he will suppport leaving the EU. It is unclear at present

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        Puzzled of Peckham says:

        Of course Cameron is never going to say that is his ‘renegotiation’ fails he will lead Britain out of the EU.

        He’s a Europhile down to the EU ‘stars of shame’ cufflinks he wore before he became Tory leader.

        He has told the Spanish newspaper El Pais that he will ‘never’ lead Britian out of the EU whatever the results of any referendum.

        In October 2011 he imposed a three-line whip on Tory MPs in the Commons.to vote down a referendum.

        Only UKIP’s increasingly tight grip on his miniscule gonads caused him, in desperation, to promise some vague ‘renegotiation’ at some vague future date.

        Despite having no problems allowing the Scots to hold an independence referendum in September, he will not allow the UK to hold one on its own independence from an undemocratic, corrupt, criminal European Union diktat.

        Please don’t be naïve Guido: Cameron is a serial liar and an unprincipled, flabby faced fool who has lost the trust of the British people. permanently.

        His ‘renegotiation’ promise is a transparent lie.

        Vote UKIP for freedom and democracy.

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        • 114
          Enriched Eric of Enfield, (been in Oz) says:

          Another barite who has fucked us over. The man is a transparent liar and no amount of hurried addresses to camera with stern in control face with now convince otherwise.

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        • 116
          Lomax says:

          1

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          • Touching cloth says:

            Many East Coast London-bound trains now stop at Newark I’m popping down on Saturday to do my bit! I feel a comfortable UKIP majority headed our way.

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          • Touching cloth says:

            Many London-bound trains from the North East now stop at Newark: I’m popping down on Saturday to do my bit. I feel a comfortable UKIP majority coming on and about bloody time too.

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        • 150
          barrowboy says:

          Of course a win by the Scots Nationalists will rid him of a lot of Liebor opposition seats.

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        • 181
          táxpáyér says:

          The REAL question is “WHY WONT THE MSM HOUND HIM ON THIS POINT?”

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        • 255
          NeverRed says:

          Totally agree with what you say about bollockless Cameron, however, you should have pointed out that he could not have held a referendum as Labour and the gormless Miliband would have voted against any such bill along with the traitor Clegg & Co.

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        • 272
          Apthorpe says:

          I agree fully. It would be the easiest thing in the world for Dave the Heathite to say if renegotiations fail he will seek to leave the EU and indeed this would then give his negotiations real clout. He won’t he’d sooner be in the EU with all its manifest problems than leave. Vote UKIP and keep kicking them till they get the message.
          The long term goal here is to win the Conservative Parry back to a real Conservative agenda this will only happen by keeping the pressure. Labour are in melt down as well so UKIP are doing a sterling job if totally disrupting the main parties. It’s to be hoped the LibDems never recover.

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          absolutelypassionate says:


          “They won’t be able to send the entire cabinet to the same seat every day in the general election.”

          So what?
          You do what you can with your available resources.
          I will contribute towards defeating EU hegemony – will you?
          If GB is dismantled there will be nowhere to run and nobody to stand against tyranny in Europe the way we have in the past.

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      • 266
        Anonymous says:

        When it fails, not if.

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    • 50
      Sheffield says:

      More than half of Mr Clegg’s constituents thought he was doing a bad or ‘very bad’ job as Deputy Prime Minister – while around 45% said he was a bad local MP.

      Meanwhile, almost one in three voters in Sheffield Hallam did not even know Mr Clegg was their MP, the poll found.

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      • 243
        ed milliband peoples representitive of somewhere up north i have to visit every now and again says:

        me thinks he’s going to have a “michael portillo moment” next year

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      • 332
        RichUpNorth says:

        There’s a sizeable student population in Sheffield Hallam. Some of them stoners don’t even know what day it is.

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    • 56
      Historical analogy says:

      Recall that the Lib Dem wave now ebbing began in the fag end of the Major govt, when there was a string of bye elections that Lib Dems candidates could not stop winning. As a result, a substantial number of voters could not then stop themselves voting Lib Dem for many years. Until now.

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    • 92
      Minaret Hamlettings says:

      We are pleased with the results of First, yes, we putting our people well ahead of unspeakable unclean Saxons. So, more money from you to us. Ally Marsbar

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      • 108
        Beeboids says:

        We shall need to reset our approach to the racist UK, it appears everybody is now turned into a racist, we did not expect this to happen as Tony assured us it would develop the other way.When we report on this subject we are careful to distinguish manual class MEN over fifty from well educated professional MALES.

        A man is of course not always a male.

        We are needed to separate this worlds confusion. What next, a beardy in a dress winning Eurogaydarvision?

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        • 248
          ed milliband peoples representitive of somewhere up north i have to visit every now and again says:

          yes what a suprise five days after a third of the electorate voted UKIP the beebs headline story is”a third of people in britain are racist”
          end the bedroom tax,scrap the bbc

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    • 147
      The Growler says:

      Newark is in a large farming area, and until later times farmers were the prime benefactors of the EU. I voted UKip this time to give the drongo parties a good proverbial kicking to knock them from their smug complacency. As originally formed the EU was a good idea, unfortunately the controls by a central authority seem to be lacking in the big things like finances, but they go overboard over smaller things, not helped by individual governments who add extras to already bulky directives. If they did want a United States of Europe they could form it the same way as the USA which actually took over 100 years to reach it’s present status, to pinch Balls cry, “To much, too fast”

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      • 199
        Twampersand mk II says:

        The EEC was NEVER revealed to be the seed of the EU, and it was NEVER, EVER a good idea to allow Germans, Spanish and French to put British farmers and fishermen out of business, or to pay them to burn their ships and leave their fields fallow.

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      • 325
        Sir Roger de Senseless says:

        I’m not a farmer, but I’ve got a few acres and I get that damn-fool subsidy. Why not? Most of the damn-fool things Brussels and Europe come up with disadvantage me and cost me money – Council Tax, for one, which they unilaterally bumped up a band and which takes no account of how much I earn (not much) and how many government services I use (even less).

        But I voted U.K.I.P. for at least the third time the other day. Good riddance to Europe if it happens and good riddance to the subsidy when it happens.

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    • 163
      i was looking up, o chesty me, and the trawbeery and rhubard emerged says:

      stars have tits too

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    • 292
      Anonymous says:

      Lets have a few facts
      1) The EU parliament will ignore ALL decent and carry on pushing their super state undemocratic agenda.
      2) There will be NO meaningful renegotiations without Cameron invoking Article 50 which is required by members who intend to leave the EU
      3) Therefore any attempt to renegotiate without Article 50 being invoked will be brushed aside.
      4) Cameron has already said that he will not leave the EU and will not invoke Article 50 therefore he will be either totally ignored of offered miniscule concessions which he will try to con the British public with as did Harold Wilson
      5) However we must not underestimate the vulnerability of Tory and Labour MPs whose careers could and may well come to an abrupt end at the next election as have the careers of many long standing MEPs this week.
      6) Faced with the prospect of unemployment there is a distinct possibility that some will change allegiance to UKIP
      7) Failing that happening the Tory party will split asunder. The Liberals are already at this stage.
      Interesting times ahead

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    • 295
      Ex Tory voter says:

      once a liar always a liar and here is the biggest fucking liar of them all

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    • 299
      Ex Tory voter says:

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  2. 2
    Ed P says:

    1000 boots = 500 troops (or 250 horses?)!

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  3. 3
    Person from Porlock says:

    Did you read this before posting?

    “…While UKIP sources a pouring water…”

    “are”?

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  4. 4
    Vote UKIP/Labour to ensure England stays in the EU says:

    C’mon you UKIP rats, Labour need your help in Newark

    My guess is Neil cash for questions Hamilton wont be slithering his way around the campaign trail

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    • 6
      voodophone says:

      How do you think “Neil cash for questions Hamilton ” stands up to Bliar cash for honors?

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      • 12
        Vote UKIP/Labour to ensure England stays in the EU says:

        The’yre both filth,,,whats your point?

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        • 95
          Socialism is theft says:

          Vote Tory and watch as Dave opens the door to 75 million members of the religion of peace.

          https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/pms-speech-in-turkey

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          • Tony, aka Enriched Eric of Enfield, (been in Oz) says:

            Hurry it up David, you need to rebalance, it’s not looking good for the CP 2015 result at all and the MASTER will not be pleased.

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          • Any political party which has Neil Hamilton as a senior member is a party of slimy cunts says:

            Ok are you thinking of the same people we keep invading?

            dumb cu’nt

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          • The Growler says:

            It’s time for the Dirty Digger to make a surprise visit visit Dave in No10 as the Master always wants to be the One Who Won It, he will be feeling that he has lost his touch. The GE is going to very much a 3 way fight and things are going to get very dirty and blood spilt, and Nige trusts neither the Conners or Liebore, and not without reason.

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          • Anonymous says:

            The immigration rules for Turkish peoples have recently being watered down and made considerably easier.

            A firend works in recruitment and they are getting hundres of applications from Turkish citizens, when the question is asked, will you be able to stay in the EU after your visa expires, they are all quoting new rules which say after 5 years here they can obtain permanant UK residency….

            Its all happening by the back door and no ones talking about it…

            Silence in the MSM…

            Silence in the BBC…..

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    • 14
      Dave the Bummer says:

      Young boys can hold their heads high now after taking up the bum.

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    • 202
      go back home says:

      shiv and parvatic. o u r so face down

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    • 237
      Truth - I remember it fondly says:

      Hamilton was found innocent of the charge.

      You won’t find that in the BBC or the Guardian.

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      • 252
        ed milliband peoples representitive of somewhere up north i have to visit every now and again says:

        you won’t find much fatual truth on/in either

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  5. 5
    Fancy a flutter says:

    I’m placing a bet on UKIP winning.

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    • 17
      Vince Cable says:

      What odds on the LibDems losing our deposit?

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      • 35
        DD says:

        Are ‘Bus Pass Elvis’ putting a candidate up ?. If so Limp Dims are toast

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        • 41
          Fancy a flutter says:

          Not only Bus Pass Elvis but also Nick The Flying Brick from the Monster Raving Loony Party.

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          • Teh Grauniad says says:

            Presumably the Electoral Commission will be allowing the United Kongdom Independence Party, the UK1P, the United Kingdom Independance Party and 40 or 50 similarly titled outfits to stand.

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        • 129
          Enriched Eric of Enfield, (been in Oz) says:

          Also Tower Minarets First after their marathon recounts, resounding victorious wins against Saxon Scum, surely they will be there, ally mars bar?

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        • 213
          nike less says:

          black boot travels further

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      • 131
        Sorry to Go On So Long says:

        I hope they do. All Lib Dems with more than one brain cell know what awaits the party at the next GE, yet they insist on Clegg remaining as “leader”. Another coalition with the Tories would be like a “death grip” and do they really believe that if Labour won, he could be “Deputy PM” again, should they successfully sell their arses to a Labour Government?

        Were that miracle to happen, he would be the only front bencher to sit in exactly the same spot on the green benches as he did under the Tories. From there he would vote to repeal Tory legislation he previously voted for.

        Whatever happens, they are fucked and good riddance!

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    • 36
      ex-Lib Dem MEP says:

      We all agree with Nick.

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    • 39
      Anonymous says:

      If Ukip do well, Labour will win. No way is Ukip actually winning that seat.

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      • 52
        Osama the Nazarene2 says:

        You’ve obviously not smelt the coffee Anonymong. UKIP also get Labour votes.

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        • 59
          Anonymous says:

          No chance Osama.

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        • 101
          Newark: Vote Labour Get Tory says:

          Not as many as they do Tory Votes. UKIP struggled in a number of Northern Labour Strongholds.

          Except a low turn during the by-election which will favour UKIP over the Tories or indeed Labour who have held the seat in the past. I hope that the Labour voters put a cross against old Helmer just to put more pressure on David Cameron than anything else.

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          • tsunami says:

            Lib Dems may switch to Green as a protest – some of them loathe Labour as much as the Tories, and couldn’t vote Purple after what they did to the orangey-yellows.

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          • Twampersand mk II says:

            Newark is a true-blue, traditional Conservative, proper English place. All this metropolitan bumsex shite has killed 75 percent of the Tory vote. I can see a UKIP win, if the counting is not fixed.

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      • 54
        jgm2 says:

        If Labour come through the middle on a split vote then so be it.

        More likely is that Labour voters will switch to UKIP just because they (UKIP) have more chance of winning than Labour against the Tories.

        If Labour win they will preen and claim it as an end*ors*e*ment of Useless Ned but at least UKIP and Tory voters at large in the UK will see the dangers of splitting their vote in a general election and will adjust (or not) accordingly.

        Basically it’s a free shot for UKIP and Tory-UKIP switchers.

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        • 128
          Enriched Eric of Enfield, (been in Oz) says:

          Ned would make Cathy Ashton look statespersonlike at the Summits. What a fackin Mongo.

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          • Desperate says:

            Ah! Cathy Ashton! Does she do big signed photos? I want one for the mantlepiece to keep the kids away from the fire.

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    • 55
      Paddy Power says:

      Please bet your house.

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    • 64
      suissebob says:

      Thanks for tip, just put a tenner on UKIP winning at 3.65.

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      • 80
        Anonymous says:

        £10 not very much SB. Obviously you don’t believe.

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        • 155
          suissebob says:

          It’s a punt, I don’t normally go in for political betting as the markets are shallow and the returns are poor.

          I bet on cricket, that is the most lucrative sport for me and generally relatively easy to win on. I also bet on other sports but never the sort of small three figure sums I bet on cricket.

          NB This is exchange betting.

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    • 306
      GDS says:

      Yeah, those effing Jutes, Saxon, Danes, Normans etc cummin over ere and diluting our Celtic effnicity to the point where we became the dominant world power for nearly 300 years. I’ll ave a chicken tikka masala and a pint of cobra ta. immigration sucks eh? Effing ukip wuckfit xenophobes and single issue numpties

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  6. 7
    Gok Wan says:

    Socks with sandals are de rigeur this year

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  7. 8
    what a mong says:

    it seems that they have blanket emailed their supporter base saying if you can, get up to Newark.

    i hope they have filtered the email by the toggle box are you a racist?

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  8. 9
    Nick Clegg says:

    I was up all night crying.

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    • 11

      It’s moments like this that make life worthwhile.

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    • 105
      Austin Tash says:

      “Heartbeaking”

      I think Channel 4 News have made a mistake here, because ‘beaking’ is a medical term concerned with bones, and definitely not the heart.

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    • 326
      Sir Roger de Senseless says:

      God, he’s a twat!

      Has he called for proportional representation yet?

      If not, why not? After all, U.K.I.P. got the largest single share of the vote so, if they repeat the performance next year – and they’ll get my vote again – they should get the largest number of seats in the loony bin. At least that used to be the reasoning. What happened?

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    • 333
      RichUpNorth says:

      Would the BBC play a request for Clegg? It’s Over by Roy Orbison.

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  9. 10
    Schrödinger's cat says:

    Rachel Sylvester is currently riding her menstrual cycle in the Times.

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  10. 13
    Sheepskin says:

    Will there be enough lawn for the tanks?

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  11. 18
    Jim says:

    I wish them every success, but I do not see them beating the Postal Vote.

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    • 22
      tsunami says:

      20 million votes for Laborg?

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      • 26
        Raving Loon says:

        I’ve always wondered how Labour win 120% of the postal vote.

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        • 60
          voters deserve better says:

          Have the police started investigating Tower Hamlets yet?

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          • Raving Loon says:

            Don’t be silly, the law of the UK doesn’t apply in the United Tower Hamlets Emirates.

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          • silence scum saxons says:

            No, they do the social work now, it’s the spine deficient Elect. comm. who will go through the motions and find absolutely no shit whatsoever. Then we do it again and again.

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        • 62
          Osama the Nazarene2 says:

          Not in Tower Hamlets sunshine. The Lutfur Rahmanites have been taught well by their masters.

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          • Bert says:

            The place is to be renamed “Minaret Goatfleshlets”.

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          • Dianne Fatbot says:

            Suggesting there was any fraud in Tower Hamlets because of the ethnicity of those involved is waaaaaaaaaaaacist!

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          • Enriched Eric of Enfield, (been in Oz) says:

            Oh the tenth recount with 20% margin of error finally finished did it! a week later.

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          • voters deserve better says:

            It’s a total farce.
            The Electoral Commission isn’t fit for purpose
            and police must investigate and prosecute
            anyone suspected of electoral fraud or intimidation.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Would this be the same Electoral Commission who said that AV wasn’t fit for purpose, until they found out they could make money out of supplying voting machines, and then miraculously decided that AV was fit for purpose after all?

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        • 328
          Sir Roger de Senseless says:

          Must have been on a low turnout.

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  12. 21
    Ed Miliband says:

    Thankth for all your thupport! Together we can win the 2015 election! I will be PM, UKIP will have no MP’th, we won’t hold a referendum and we can then have more immigration, more thpending and everyoneth a winner!

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    • 30
      Ed 2 says:

      Yeth. Ukip reprethenth hard working Britith people doing jutht what wethponthable peathants should: weturning Labour to power againtht their betht intewethth.

      Then their communitieth can be enwithched.

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    • 119
      Austin Tash says:

      We’re told that immigrants are vitally important to keep the NHS going.

      If we’re importing 550,000 immigrants a year (not including illegals and asylum cases), these immigrants are going to be using the NHS, meaning we need even more immigrants to work in the NHS.

      So could a mathematician work out how long before the entire country works in the NHS? I suppose it would save time: we could all live and work on the wards, and when we got sick, just jump into one of the feces covered, blood stained beds. Utopia!

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      • 132
        Ed 2 says:

        And a polling booth in every ward- thupervithed by Labour’th Ithlamic Militia.

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      • 175
        T shirt holder, eyesight loser due to more important people says:

        If you ever go now the whole NHS show is basically an immy affair, the indigenous respect the need to suffer at home.

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    • 180
      Vote UKIP/Labour to ensure England stays in the EU says:

      Are UKIP funded by Unite like you Marxist Hunt’s??

      i think they must be

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      • 250
        Vote UKIP, Get UKIP and don't split the vote says:

        Look, if you like bumsex, fair enough, but most people are not interested.

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  13. 23
    Raving Loon says:

    If UKIP come a close second, it will be a moral victory.

    If UKIP win, then it will be Armageddon and the govt will probably declare martial law and cancel GE 2015.

    Liked by 1 person

    • 40
      Vote Ukip get Ukip says:

      The area has had a large dose of multicultural ‘enrichment’.
      An easy win for the Kippers i think.

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    • 78
      Dorkass says:

      I see how you got your name. If UKIP win it will be called a dead safe protest vote, that’s all.

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  14. 25
    Anonymous says:

    The Saints are coming !

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    nell says:

    Hmmm – the previous tory mp has had to stand down for sleaze – militwit yesterday said that under no circumstances will he give a referendum on europe as the people can’t be trusted to make the right decision –

    I reckon ukip might do rather well – interesting by election to watch.

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    • 193
      Bitter, moi? says:

      +1. Yes, just as they are not to be trusted with their own money in pension funds. White trash may spend it all and throw themselves on the social services, which are not meant for the support of this sort of person.

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    • 244
      Dierdre Moist (miss) says:

      very profound … stick to humming the archers tune hoovering or packing your trunk nellie

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  17. 30
    Observer says:

    1000 boots on the ground = 500 troops, not the 1000 troops mentioned in the headline – unless they’ve all only got one leg of course.

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  18. 34
    Iain Duncan Smith in accounts says:

    The real cost-of-living-crisis: 5 million British children ‘sentenced to life of poverty due to IDS’ welfare reforms

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/the-real-costoflivingcrisis-five-million-british-children-face-life-of-poverty-thanks-to-welfare-reforms-9442061.html

    Hear ! Hear !

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    • 43
      DD says:

      Time for their parents to pack up Sky, fags, and booze to ease the poverty then.

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      • 67
        Norm Normal says:

        Don’t forget massive car finance loan, they only feel worth something if they have an expensive piece of tin parked on the driveway. It has to be either a bmw convertible or a 4wd and is way above the children in the priority list.

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      • 254
        So obvious when you think about it for a nanosecond says:

        Can’t afford children? Don’t have them.

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    • 45
      Shite Dee says:

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    • 75
      Anonymous says:

      i have read the article and i agree with you we need to slash public spending to drive direct taxation and council taxes lower to give these people more breathing space.

      that’s what you meant right?

      p.s. the average earnings in china is 357 GBP per year to define poverty as 357 GBP per week after tax and housing is discusting.

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    • 90
      jgm2 says:

      Ha ha. The ‘Independent’?

      The ‘Independent’ couldn’t be any less independent. It’s a bedwetter echo-chamber like the BBC or the Grauniad.

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      • 211
        bergen says:

        These days it’s even worse than the Guardian, considerably worse, in fact. It’s odd to remember that when it was launched it was aimed at the more “moderate” of Telegraph readers by ex-Telegraph journalists.

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    • 96
      Anonymous says:

      small point i know but yet again demonstrates the lefts ability to embellish

      is it sentencing them to a lifetime in poverty or just a childhood in poverty?

      they might go an invent facebook

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    • 102
      ac1 says:

      Cant afford kids? Dont have them then

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    • 127
      Austin Tash says:

      “5 million British children ‘sentenced to life of poverty due to IDS’”

      ‘Life of poverty’. Wow, the Independent has their entire future mapped out. So these children are never going to able to get a job when they grow up?!

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      • 288
        Unlimited bennies for all says:

        Well they might choose never to have a job if the bedwetters have their way. A life
        on bennies might well be an option – see White Dee et al.

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  19. 37
    Anonymous says:

    The zimmer frame army.

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  20. 46
    Guy News Room says:

    “Racism starts at the top and filters down” N.Farage

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    • 256
      Labour says:

      We are going to grind your face in diversity, then be astounded when you don’t like it.

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  21. 47
    Ingenieur says:

    “There is a tide which taken at the flood leads on to victory”. The tide of the moment is UKIP and, God willing, it is now about to cleanse those stinking Aegean stables of arrogance, sleaze, complacency and self-indulgence Westminster.

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  22. 53

    Ukip has completed the detoxifying of the Tories. The prime minister can now cash in as he prepares for the next election. – Times

    It is a long time since we have seen anything which combines such arrogance and ignorance, printed in a supposed quality paper.

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    • 68
      Anonymong says:

      The Times really has lost it, completely in Cameron’s back pocket and unable to see reason.

      Good job it’s behind that paywall or more people would have noticed how deranged it’s become.

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      • 218
        Anonymous says:

        Mat Parris, Danny the Fink, David Aaronobitch – all there to further the dripping wet Tory agenda. Just ask the mopped haired fop!

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    • 73
      Anonymous says:

      Our embarrassing members have gone to Ukip. One is standing for Newark.

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      • 124
        Mr Gove says:

        Yes all the embarrassing members have gone to Newark. Like Helmer, why is Cameron still here?

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    • 98
      Maximus says:

      Try as I might, I am unable to find that 2nd sentence anything but absolutely impeccable. Yes. He. Will. The cnut.

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    • 139
      Chief Cashier says:

      Your chips, Mr Cameron.

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    • 142
      a top person who doesn't .... says:

      Fortunately, we are protected from The Times by its paywall.

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  23. 58
    Labour's Red Army says:

    We’re enjoying sitting back and watching UKIP do the hard work for us. Go UKIP!

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    • 63
      jgm2 says:

      UKIP will pick up Labour voters as the party most likely to defeat the Tories.

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      • 97
        Norm Normal says:

        I wouldn’t be so sure. Civil servants, NHS employees and their families all vote labour because it leads to cash, huge pensions and a very short working day for the darlings of the unions.

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        • 113
          jgm2 says:

          Those are Labour’s new bed-wetter class voters. But the old, working-class Labour voters, are sick of their new officer-class herdsmen but find it difficult to vote Tory because of their indoctrinated upbringing. They will, however, vote for anybody with a realistic chance of unseating the Tories.

          Which is where UKIP comes in.

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        • 263
          Dierdre Moist (miss) says:

          far more vote labour because ‘their mum and/or dad would turn in their grave if they didn’t’

          Like

      • 109
        Dorakss says:

        Today the Romanians are outside the civil service and the NHS. Tomorrow, they could be inside. For the civil servamts, NHS employees and their families all voting labour yesterday, the penny is about to drop.

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    • 133
      Ever hopeful says:

      Keep thinking that , just as you thought attacking Farage would help destroy UKIP, while you were playing racist with Farage, UKIP was pissing itself laughing all the way to the polling station, now that’s a leader to have, in front and not sitting on his ar5e talking crap to the media.

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      • 275
        constituency trainbound says:

        very fair comment but can you give one example of anything ukip has actually achieved yet apart from state the obvious about immigration and getting more of themselves elected as members of a european parliament they are pledged to get us out of.

        quite … not a lot

        Like

      • 317
        The 63% who didn't vote UKIP last week says:

        We are pissing ourselves laughing at the thought of what UKIP would actually do if it got its hands on real power.

        Like

        • 321
          Maths is easy says:

          Actually, it’s 73% who didn’t vote Farage.

          Like

          • Workers vote UKIP. says:

            Yeah but. …
            60 % didn’t vote for ANYONE so they are hardly endorsing the liblabCON

            Suck it up muppet
            More still voted UKIP AHHH HAHAHA

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        • 331
          I've seen Kate's bum says:

          What’s the most funniestisty thing, is that if you took one look into the Mirror Of Reality and actually see the situation we’re actually in, then you’d perhaps change your tune. £1.2+Trillion (it’s a number that sounds like some Sci-Fi metal and stuff), A country bulging at the seems with people, more cutbacks looming, a Chancellor that ‘mysteriously’ makes the Defict disappear by 2018, a MSM and the BBC on a full campaign against UKIP for “1 or 2 reprobates that got through the net”. (all the while ignoring greater offenses by the other Parties). These things don’t sit too well with some of us…

          As the dude Aristotle once said “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”

          Full PR would take-out that.

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  24. 65
    BC says:

    Surprised you bother opening the pages, or paying to get inside the paywall.

    There is little merit in wasting time reading what the rent boys and girls have been instructed to say.

    Like

  25. 74
    UKIP Press Office says:

    ‘Inclusive capitalism’ for the few | Bank of England chief Carney warns of rising inequality

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/carney-warns-of-rising-inequality-as-average-us-chiefs-pay-tops-10m-9442505.html

    Hear ! Hear !

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    • 135
      Labour Press Office says:

      If we tell the erstwhile Labour voters who have switched to UKIP that they’re idiots, they’ll start voting for Labour again.

      Like

    • 294
      Johann Hari's friend David Rose says:

      Inequality – a new bedwetting phenomenon which has gained popularity since true poverty has all but disappeared in this country.

      Like

  26. 77

    History perhaps explains the drive for promoting internal EU migration:

    But the dash to adopt a failed model has not gone quite to plan.

    In repairing itself, Europe is wise to take heed the words of Sun Tzu, and rightly suspend disbelief in itself and be less fearful of history:

    ‘If you know the enemy and know yourself you need not fear the results of a hundred battles.’

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  27. 79
    jgm2 says:

    How long before the ‘spontaneous’ UAF mobs stab some old duffer in a tweed jacket?

    Can’t be too long now before they murder somebody.

    Once that happens UKIP will win by a landslide. It’ll be like when the NUM murdered that taxi dr*i*ver by tossing a brick through his taxi.

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    • 103

      David Wilkie.

      Let us not remember his murder.

      Reduced to manslaughter because when these c*unts heaved that paving slab over the bridge onto the motorway, they didn’t think it would do any damage…

      C*unts! Utter murdering c*unts!

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      • 145

        Let us not remember forget his murder FFS.

        Nor that these lunatics are utter fucking murdering c*unts!

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        • 161
          jgm2 says:

          I*r*ish independence was only an issue for a small number of dedicated (some might say fanatical) men back in 1916.

          The issue was forced by deliberately goading the UK govt and creating some martyrs. The I*r*ish then, naturally enough, sided with their own. See also Bl**oody S*unday for details.

          So it will be for UKIP if Cameron et al don’t call of their hot-headed UAF and Religion of Peace thugs. One of them will go too fucking far and that’ll be the end of it.

          Farage has already ‘won’ the battle for the ‘People’s Army’ slogan. Just you wait to see what will happen to UKIP’s vote if a bunch of old chaps in tweed jackets gets set upon by dart-throwing UAF thugs or violent, bearded religion-of-peacers.

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          • GDS says:

            Are you for real? You ACTUALLY believe David Cameron supports the UAF? You need urgent help

            Like

          • I can vote UKIP but wont says:

            Purely because of the whole peoples army business. A bit to left wing/revolutionary for my tastes dear.

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        • 318
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          Noted the mistake and the correction there SC – don’t let jgm2 attack you for it though!!!! Sweet.

          Like

          • Eh?

            My above mistake arose partly out of pressure of having to leave and undertake a long journey and a rage about this incident which is no less subdued in my mind than when I first heard of it exactly three decades ago.

            jgm2 is not attacking me and I totally agree with what he says. Perhaps you have difficulty in understanding him and others who have deeply held views over where our society goes wrong.

            Politicians say “we will remember them” and promptly forget. jgm2 recalled the incident and I recalled his name. Kindly do not trivialise someone’s life which has been lost to barbarity at the hand of people who are now free to roam the streets.

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      • 280
        g i says:

        spot on SC

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  28. 82
    MB. says:

    I think that if I was subjected to that amount of canvassing as I was going about my business then it would put me off the party completely.

    Like

  29. 85
    Demetrius says:

    Well done UKIP, you have shown that millions of British people have had enough of this money making immigration racket, that is just making the rich richer, and the poor poorer.

    Roll on the next General Election, UKIP will cause an even greater political earthquake than in the Local & Euro elections.

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  30. 88
    Nigel Farage says:

    Deplorable Greed. Nothing more, nothing less. Billions are no longer enough, now it’s trillions I need….

    UKIP has made me like this.

    Like

  31. 93
    Gary Elsby Stoke-on-Trent says:

    Don’t let these fuckers wind you up Dave.

    You can rely on us Communists and reds to vote the same way as you in any referendum.

    You have our word………comrade!

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    • 118
      Ever hopeful says:

      Hello Gary, I presume you a Councillor now, took you long enough, I suppose next is to be an MP , did you ever get your leaflets sorted , I suppose the kids at the nursery helped you with your spelling and how to put words together to make a sentence, nice to know your back, your help amongst these heathens on here will soon change their minds and be promising Liebour supporters just as you are.

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      • 313
        Gary Elsby Stoke-on-Trent says:

        Any sensible red wants all sensible blues to support UKIP.
        Anything else would be less than honest.

        This tactic is so mind-numbingly stupid, that even die-hards in here know it to be true.

        Why are Conservatives so dishonest?

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  32. 111
    Ex Long Term Tory Activist says:

    Can’t make it to Newark — so put some quids in the pot instead.

    The People’s Army Bandwagon is on a roll and accelerating.

    Like

  33. 115
    Bus Pass Alvis says:

    I’m voting for me to avoid a total wipe-out like the LibCnuts

    Like

  34. 121
    Tower Hamlets Army says:

    We are on our way.

    Like

  35. 122
    Anonymous says:

    “UKIP sources are pouring cold water on their chances of outright victory”
    Mostly because Nigel has not yet been fully awoken by the aroma of democratic coffee. If the penny, for some deep thoughts, doesn’t drop into his political vending machine soon. He risks ending up a cold half cup of Conservative/Liberal/Labour latté lite.

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  36. 123
    Casual Observer 2 says:

    Les Flics are giving the wannabe U.K. immigrants another kicking, now that Marine has restored their backbone.

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  37. 125
    Sergeant Pepper says:

    ‘Ebullient and inventive’ – Eric Morecambe’s Times obituary. He died 30 years ago today http://thetim.es/morecambeobit pic.twitter.com/knhTLns8WA

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  38. 126
    Practical Decision says:

    All registered voters in Newark are on a win win situation there.
    They have everything to gain from voting UKIP to represent them for 11 months in a rump parliament which has nothing to do and is dominated by a disfunctioning coalition.

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    • 130
      Habit says:

      Once they have passed the rubican they may taste freedom on the other side for the future

      Like

    • 268
      A reminder says:

      But the boots on the ground had better remind them of the trickery with odd party names and folded voting slips that we saw last week. Look for UKIP at the bottom of the voting list.

      Like

  39. 138
    Norm Normal says:

    BBC are reporting a new social attitudes survey which finds that around a third of the UK has racist attitudes.
    Firstly I would like to see the questions and definitions used to conclude this. Also whom are the BBC hinting at and is a certain deputy news editor back at her desk this morning?

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    • 143
      The BBC says:

      A third of the population supports UKIP, ergo a third of the population are racist.

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      • 152
        It's more complicated than that says:

        I know two naturalised British citizens who say they voted UKIP. One was formerly Japanese and the other Chinese.

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        • 194
          Ma­­qb­oul says:

          Most immigrants came to Britain because they wanted the British way of life. They tend to be Monarchists and often very loyal. It should be no surprise that they do not wish to see that heritage eaten away by EU bureaucracy with its attendant taxation and pernicious erosion of the freedoms they came here to enjoy.

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          • Calais says:

            Good point. If they wanted to live like the Germans, French or Italians they would presumably have gone there.

            Like

    • 146
      jgm2 says:

      So 1/3 of the UK population admit to having racist attitudes and that’s despite the fact that ‘racism’ is a crime.

      I think that the bedwetters (admittedly successful to date) tactic of shouting down as ‘racist’ anybody who questions why the fuck they allowed 2 million third-worlders to come and ‘fill the gaps’ in their Northern and London shitholes has finally worn out.

      Time to challenge these c*unts to a jury trial next time they try that stunt. Chances are 4 out of 12 of the jury think exactly the same way and, even more likely, 10 out of 12 think the same but are too frightened to admit it.

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      • 159
        JH2382198409283 says:

        but are too frightened to admit it

        …for now.

        I’m seeing comments on mainstream boards accepted as common knowledge that would have triggered Category 5 histrionics from resident liberal tryhards only a couple of years ago.

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      • 264
        Wolf, Wolf, Wolf says:

        No – it is the BBC who call them racist – because they want the UK to have the same immigration controls as Australia & Canada.

        It’s bollox, the word “racist” now just means “someone who disagrees with me”.

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      • 319
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        You have little idea how the vast majority of juries and the trials they sit on are rigged.

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    • 174
      JH2382198409283 says:

      This reminds me of the famous Ms magazine study that claimed about 30% of women surveyed had ‘been r@ped’.

      The thing is, they didn’t just ask the subjects, ‘Have you ever been r@ped?’.

      They asked them lots of roundabout questions, ie, ‘Have you ever agreed to sex even though you didn’t really want to’ and then decided for themselves whether it was ‘r@pe’.

      By that definition I have been r@ped multiple times. Woe is me, moral authority is mine, whahey.

      In the BBC case above, the questions are probably along the lines of, ‘Have you ever felt your piss turning straight into steam when Owen Jones opens his stupid flappy fucking mouth?’

      If yes => racist.

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    • 190
      Skeletor says:

      This survey is to shortly be followed up by one stating that 27.49% of the population admit to being evil – but that only half that number would be evil during a general election.

      The colour of evil is also purple, blue, and similar colours, much like wot my bird Evil-Lyn wears. Btw, I’m not a waycist, because she’s yellowy.

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      • 241
        Indigo Tide says:

        What colour are her nipples?

        This poll is stupid and meaningless, especially when hosted on the same show as one with an oxford axadrmic rubbishing the attempt to deliverately confuse correlation with causation on the discussion about Call if Duty and mass shootings; however..
        if you cross-correlate yesterday’s attempt to rubbish the UKIP vote by saying it was just 1 in 10 of all voters who voted for them with this implied insinuation about UKIP being evil because 1/3 of voters self report as being evil, then UKIP could more than triple their vote.

        This could be a very tight result with purple and blue both in the 30% range.

        Too close to call…

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    • 238
      Article from the Neanderthal Times says:

      Nurg is sitting outside his cave, eyeing up his next shag…a stranger comes over the hill from the next valley.

      Zork: “Hi, I’m Zork”

      Nurg: …

      Zork: “Wow, that’s a nice cave, mind if I move in?”

      Nurg: …

      Zork: “Gosh, yummy sabre tooth tiger pie. Give us a bit.”

      Nurg …

      Zork: “She’s tasty. Might give her one, eh!”

      Nurg, his brothers, his cousin, and two uncles: “WHACK, THWACK, THUD, THUD, THUD, WHACK, THUD, WHACK, WHACK, WHACK”

      Zork: “Waaaacist….” *expires*

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      • 242
        Davo says:

        Yes, it’s as if it was in our genes, isn’t it.

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      • 265
        Another article from the Neanderthal Times, six months later says:

        Nurg is sitting outside his cave, eyeing up his next shag…his brother wanders over and sits next to him

        Gurg: “Hi, bro”

        Nurg: “Yo, dude.”

        Gurg: “Wow, that’s a nice cave, mind if I move in?”

        Nurg: …

        Gurg: “Gosh, yummy sabre tooth tiger pie. Give us a bit.”

        Nurg …

        Gurg: “She’s tasty. Might give her one, eh!”

        Nurg, his brothers (but one less than last time), his cousin, and two uncles: “WHACK, THWACK, THUD, THUD, THUD, WHACK, THUD, WHACK, WHACK, WHACK”

        Gurg: “But I’m from the same tribe….” *expires*

        Nurg: “It’s not about racism, it’s about pissing people off.”

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    • 289
      constituency trainbound says:

      I don’t think its any surprise a third think that way but agree the definition is crucial..

      whilst many see the uk as a haven for their aspirations we will always have pressure at the borders .. to say that there should be a flexible target to the scale of longer term immigration is not racist but pragmatically realistic.

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  40. 148
    Ed Miliband says:

    Theeth pledgeth are wrong.

    Like

  41. 153
    Roger Helmer says:

    Unforgivable Treason was Committed by Edward Heath | VIDEO

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  42. 156
    LOL says:

    Meanwhile, wonder how before it’s “aid deniers”?

    Like

    • 178
      Oxsham says:

      He must have a lot of friends who are thieves from the shroud waving industry.

      Like

    • 179
      Socialism is theft says:

      I smell dead meat.

      Like

    • 196
      jgm2 says:

      I seen the Aid industry first-hand a few times during my life. There are some truly dedicated ground-troops but their costs pale into insignificance compared to the several layers of professionally concerned heirarchy that sits atop them.

      The Aid Industry is little more than a work-scheme for professionally connected bedwetters. Any aid that trickles down to those who actually need it is purely accidental. And, as the cases of Haiti and Pa*les*tine and indeed the generat hereditary Labour-voting aid recipients right here in the UK demonstrate – it is almost entirely counter-productive.

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      • 281
        A reminder says:

        Me too – been there, done that.

        But why bother to make any effort when you know another lorry load of aid will be coming over the hill tomorrow?

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    • 201
      Ma­­qb­oul says:

      He is trying to pass of opinion as fact and I suppose he’s fishing for a job in the EU.

      Like

    • 215
      Not Worthy, due to more important people says:

      Glad you raised this nick. Can we now see a cost benefit of the first four years or would that be like the EU accounts, like?

      Like

    • 217
      Nick's CV says:

      = Gizza job

      Like

    • 220
      Raving Loon says:

      No, sending millions to countries which have their own space programs is.

      Like

    • 221
      Clegg is an EU Stooge says:

      The Lying Dutchman does not say which nation he is talking about.

      Like

    • 227
      táxpáyér says:

      #reachintoyourownpocket

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    • 303
      bogtrott says:

      mr clegg your the one out of step,we the people have had enough of being taken for mugs,look what happened to gordon when he called someone a bigot.The main parties still dont get it and its about time we as voters rubbed their noses in the shit and tell them listen to us or else.do what we want or we will make you.we have the power our vote gives them power take our vote away and what are they…..power less

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    • 329
      Sir Roger de Senseless says:

      Or, as somebody said – and I wish I’d thought of it – “Aid: a way of taking money off poor people in rich countries to give it to rich people in poor countries.”

      No wonder Cleggover likes it.

      By the way, when’s he moving to Brussels?

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  43. 158
    Steve Miliband says:

    Labour and the Lib Dems are the problem. No to referendum, yes to EU and immigration. So why is everyone on the right hell bent on letting them form a government in 2015?

    Like

    • 186
      Socialism is theft says:

      Dave is hell bent on immigration and the EU. Why do you forget so quickly? The Tories have let more immigrants into this country over the last 60 years than Labour. And now he wants to open the doors to 75 million Turks. 75 million members of the religion of peace.

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  44. 164
    Cameron Is A CUNT says:

    So, yet again the DWP has been found acting unlawfully

    http://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=fb37d01b-56cf-4a04-8d8c-f9098b2666dd

    the Independent Living Fund remains and Iain Duncan Shit has more egg on his face

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  46. 182
    Fruitcake, swivel eyed loony and closet racist says:

    It’s a long shot I know but after pissing myself watching the hysterical, carpet chewing, window licking MSM lefties reaction to the Euro election result I do hope the people of Newark go for a re-run.

    Vote UKIP, get UKIP.
    Vote Tory, get Labour.

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  47. 198
    Kate has a nicer arse than Pippa says:

    Phwooooar!

    WARNING: DO NOT CLICK ON LINK IF A ROYALIST PRUDE!

    http://www.bild.de/unterhaltung/leute/catherine-mountbatten-windsor/und-kim-kardashian-schoene-kehrseiten-36136770.bild.html

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    • 230
      Not Worthy, due to more important people says:

      And tanned nicely.

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      • 291
        Aunt Hilda says:

        Am Sonntag ploppten Fotos auf, die unsere … sounds like a serious intro..
        translation …looks like a lovely bum willy … nice one squirrel

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  48. 212
    Round_or_Flat says:

    Salmond just said on BBC News that he aimed for Scotland to have net inward migration target of 24,000 people a year.
    On a population basis that is more or less the same as the present mass-immigration being experienced in the UK.
    Whether a free Scotland would have the same relationship with other UK countries as the Irish Republic, which includes free movement of people would cast doubt over any immigration targets being achievable in England with the trojan horse effect of an independent Scotland.
    A person invited to live in Scotland, for example would probably survive two days of snow before taking the National Express to Fort Lauderdale – no, just joking! – London. In other words Salmond could ship all his cast-offs to London and then feel free to keep the door open until somebody hardy enough is persuaded to stay.

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    • 222
      jgm2 says:

      We should do like Castro and empty our prisons into Fucking Scotland if they jump ship.

      The only people who would choose to live there are those for whom the promise of getting better handouts than they’d get in England overcomes the shortened life-expectancy, anti-English racism and shit weather.

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    • 267
      medieval deth kult says:

      But where from?

      Haggis is not halal and neither is a pint of heavy nor a wee dram.

      Be careful what you wish for mes joques amis!

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    • 293
      constituency trainbound says:

      Salmond is such a creep of the week in every way I feel sorry for the Scots whatever their decision

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  49. 223
    CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

    The Tories can’t harvest up the postal votes the way Labour does when it needs a by-election win.

    It’ll be low turn-out and Tory voting apathy that helps UKRAP.

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  50. 229
    Anonymous says:

    I predict Guido will regret his support for ukip. They will let Miliband into no 10. Then I suppose Guido doesn’t care much, he’s an Irish Republican.

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  51. 233
    MB. says:

    Hard to tell from one, possibly Photoshopped, image

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  52. 234
    Farmer Rupert says:

    Hey Farage get org mi land

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  53. 251
    James O'Bottom says:

    Has Scameron complained about Tower Hamlets then!? Is he going to rid us of the ‘Human Rights’ Act?! Is the moon made of green knob cheese?! The reason many working-class folk in Yorkshire vote Ukip is because they agree with most of the politics simples!

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  54. 253
    tigerowl says:

    Poor sods in Newark. Overrun by the political elite, wanting their vote. if I lived there I would have a mass non vote day.
    It is a by election. Makes no difference. Lib Dems did well for twenty years on them but changed nothing. UKIP will do well but will change nothing. Over exited and raising expectations UKIP will never deliver.
    Only a third of the electorate voted last Thursday. UKIP got 27.5 per cent of a 33 per cent turn out. Even UKIP are ignored by the majority of the voters who could not even be bothered to protest vote. Only 167 council seats are UKIP. Labour won more on what UKIP keep telling them was a bad night. How much more spin can Farage and his political elite push?
    UKIP now mainstream and have to offer policies. See how little difference they are between Farage and Cameron. Then see where UKIP votes disappear to.
    You can never change a nation on anti policies. UKIP now have to tell us how big the public spending cuts farage talks about will be and where. The popular suddenly become the ones making the cuts. Then see how quick UKIP fall apart.

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    • 259
      Casual Observer 2 says:

      Camercnut has doubled Gorgon’s National Debt, and the bastard is still running a fucking great Deficit.

      Big cuts are needed still to reduce the bloated Government and public sectot parasitical spending.

      THE U.K. CAN’T JUST KEEP RUNNING UP MORE DEBT

      Start by halving the number of M.P.s at the 2015 election

      Double the size of Constituencies, and make them all equal in size +/- 5%

      Will Dave do it? No — of course not — he’s a useless gutless bastard — “constrained” by the CableCleggers.

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    • 273
      wallsies says:

      Cheer up you daft old goth

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    • 298
      constituency trainbound says:

      very nearly spot on save you don’t mention the reality check farage faces in putting together a team that can actually put flesh on the bones of what has to date been simply grandstanding on two issues .. immigration and the EU.

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    • 304
      We know the BBC is completely bent says:

      How much are your employers, the BBC, paying you Tigerowl?

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  55. 262
    lolita says:

    They must be quaking in their elitist boots

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  56. 270
    King Nigel says:

    Après moi, le déluge”

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  57. 271
    tigerowl says:

    It’s taken just five days for one of UKIP’s new councillors to find themselves at the centre of a row — with Redditch councillor Dave Small accused of sickening racist and homophobic comments on Facebook.

    Barely literate comments attributed to him (two excerpts below) include branding African migrants “scroungers” and Elton John and Clare Balding “perverts”:

    ONE DOWN 166 to go. But then. Some UKIP supporters see such comments by these prats as just good old fashioned banter. What ever did happen to education in this country?

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    • 274
      Reality says:

      Scroungers is not a racist remark.

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      • 279
        Nigella Farage says:

        Tigerowl did ask about what had happened to education, after all. Probably looking for his own?

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    • 284
      A reminder says:

      “What ever did happen to education in this country?”

      May I humbly suggest you address that question to Shirley Williams for a response – better hurry up though as the old bat is getting on a bit now.

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      • 301
        constituency trainbound says:

        and the other socialist apologists who ended up presiding over a system that regarded the lowest common denominator as the target rather than encouraging achievement… whilst of course sending their own kids to private schools

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    • 330
      Sir Roger de Senseless says:

      No, I don’t see it as good old-fashioned banter. People do come here to scrounge. They come to a country which is – or was – functioning and was built over generations in order to take advantage of it. Actually, I don’t blame them. If we are daft enough to let ‘em in, they’ll be daft enough to come: I would, but I don’t see why we should. Elton John is a pervert; there is nothing inaccurate in that description.

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  58. 276
    Nigella Farage says:

    Why does Guido not know that MEPs have to head to Strasbourg, not to Brussels? Please don’t tell me that Guido doesn’t know that the European Parliament is in Strasbourg.

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    • 286
      A reminder says:

      Built as a bloody sop to the Frogs – and has cost an absolute fortune to European taxpayers in travel/transfer costs along every time they meet. Pass the trough Gilles.

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  59. 278

    schrodingers cat spot on as allways.

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  60. 320
    Tom Twatson says:

    If the article by Breitbart ” Cameron Flirts With Far Right to Block UKIP” (Guido’s links) are anything like true then the devious bastard is putting his head in a noose which will be tugged hard by the left wing press. Trying to align the Conservatives with the Danish far right group in the EU parliament is a major catastrophe, given their extreme antics to date. This, from a man that claims the UKIP to be too extreme. Always knew he was a prick!

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  61. 324
    broderick crawford says:

    THERE ARE TOO MANY DARN COMMENTS ON THIS POST AND IT TAKES ME TOO LONG TO SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM

    (I don t have an END button on my ipad keyboard !!)

    Like


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Zac Goldsmith: “The hon. Gentleman might like to know that today’s Guido Fawkes quote of the day is the one on drug laws that we have heard cited by a number of hon. Members.”

Mike Hancock: “I am delighted to hear that Guido Fawkes is talking about something other than me.”



“Digger” Murdoch says:

Is it just me, or is Nigel Farage just a top hat and a monocle away from being a Batman villain?


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