June 1st, 2014

Read Guido’s Column in the Sun on Sunday Online

Ed Davey got very angry after Guido revealed he was forced to run away from Grant Shapps’ victory rally in his constituency last week. Read all about Davey’s brief grief beef in today’s Sun column. Don’t miss out on:

  • Tory candidate Robert Jenrick is a self-styled “entrepreneur” who worked for mummy and daddy hopes to be third time lucky in Newark

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  • Weary “babysitter” Chris Bryant kept on message in Newark
  • Will we find out how honest Vince Cable has been?
  • Axelrod’s flying visit to the Shadow Cabinet

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  • “Worst of the lot” Luciana Berger has got through 15 staff members

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508 Comments

  1. 1
    Bosun Higgs says:

    I’m more interested in what Justin Bieber may have said.

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    • 5
      Davey is a Dangerous Lunatic and Dave agrees with Him says:

      Only A LUNATIC would pay and encourage farmers to cover their food producing fields that also absorb CO2, produce Oxygen and fix nitrogen with acres of black panels whose toxic contents are mined in Africa, assembled in China and transported to the other side of the planet.

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        The Wicked EU says:

        Only a corrupt and rotten Union would pay farmers to set aside land and grow nothing on it.

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          Fisherman's Friend says:

          Only a parliament of madmen would pass laws that fishermen must throw healthy edible fish back into the sea to die.

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          • Despicable Vichy 'Dave' says:

            I’m terribly confident!

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          • Love Britain, vote UKIP says:

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          • Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

            HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA !

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          • Why isn't this on the BBC or any other MSM news channel ? says:

            http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/06/01/newark-neck-and-neck

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          • Lumpy Turk Beans says:

            Because it is an article full of maybes and ifs and buts on a fairly biased jumped up blog masquerading as a news site. If you cannot work that one out for yourself then you are some kind of deluded fucking mong.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Nigel Farage gave a very good interview on the Andrew Marr show on Sunday.
            Well worth watching on catch up if you missed it.

            He gives some insight into future policy areas.

            Like him or not, you can see how UKIPs policies are relevant to a wide spectrum of voters in a way the other parties simply cannot achieve.

            It’s difficult to argue with that, and the two main parties will face that problem more and more the closer we get to the GE.

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          • To be fair says:

            http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/06/01/newark-neck-and-neck

            Errr, the article is about betting odds being very close….

            As far as most people are aware, bookies dont like losing money….

            The BBC on the other hand receives tens of millions from the European Union in handouts.

            We’ve seen what Qatari handouts to African Fifa members achieves, why is the EU allowed to bribe the BBC ? Is corruption by any other name.

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          • A1 says:

            Thing about Luciana Berger is that she is an Is rael Firster and ex-director of Labour Friends of Is rael and therefore shouldn’t be in British Government at all, nor should the sum membership of the * Friends of Is rael clubs
            (because no one would support an apartheid despot supremacist racist colony of religious extremists holding the world record of going against UN resolutions unless they were amoral corrupt slime or beyond incompetently ignorant of the sheer quantity of crimes against humanity and bigotry happening there on a daily basis.)

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          • Anonymous says:

            As an ex Captain of a Whaling Fleet – see the upcoming Documentary I would take issue with your thoughts re: throwing fish back in the sea.

            Animal welfare issues apart if you didn’t these fish could end up in Micro wave meals for sale at Lidl or Aldi.

            We must protect the public from substandard quality at all times.

            That is Waitroses raison d’etre.

            We have in the past however introduced the British Public to the delights and benefits of BSE of course.

            p.s. I enjoy sucking the odd Fishermans friend and so do many of my fellow fishermen. They are wasted on the young.

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        DAVID Cameron has used cutlery to slice a bacon roll into fine slivers.

        The prime minister is the latest politician to use the consumption of bacon in a bap to demonstrate empathy with the proletariat.

        Cafe worker Tom Logan said: “He brought his own silverware, wrapped in a cloth napkin stamped with his family’s crest.

        “He cut the bacon roll into thin strips, swallowing each one whole as if to avoid triggering his gag reflex. It was the creepiest thing I have ever seen.

        “Then he bent double, dry heaved and said ‘Give us a cuppa over here, me old mucker, cor blimey’.”

        Last week Ed Miliband blamed ‘excessive slipperiness’ after he tried to eat a bacon roll by putting it in his ear.

        Meanwhile Nick Clegg has eaten a bacon bap by gripping it in his feeble, broken man’s fingers and taking weak, exhausted little nibbles.

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        • 26
          Vince Cable says:

          I can’t remember eating a bacon roll.

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        • 42
          Top Butty says:

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        • 125
          Bosun Higgs says:

          You copied this from The Daily Mash.

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        • 132
          Me says:

          I see elsewhere that Bliar reckons he has a role in UK politics- he should stay away from anywhere near me.

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        • 344
          Judith Charmless says:

          Jesus fucking wept. What the fuck is that meant to be? Another fucking Nobby No Mates mong with a tumbleweed blog that no fucker visits desperately trying to get page hits by posting the most unfunny arseholery on here. What is it you are expecting? That some commissioning TV editor is gonna read your embarrassment of a comment and think “hang on a minute, this fucktard is some kind of political genius, get him on the telly now”. Won’t ever fucking happen mate. Bit of advice for you, no one gives a flying fuck about your sub Mary Whitehouse Experience sixth form attempts at wit. No one is gonna follow your shit blog, every time you post such shite as that “comment” above people either don’t read it and continue scrolling down the page or the think “what a fucking mong”. Just give it up and go back to watching your Red Dwarf and Blackadder box sets, you aint the new Armando Iannucci you are just another fucking mong with another shit blog that is wasting space on the internet.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Your tedious rants are no better. Shut the fuck up.

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          • T D Uswanquor says:

            … and kindly indicate to whom you are referring. Makes it easier for us to follow your point – such as it is.

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

            it’s from the daily mash and has 250 thousand followers

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      • 51
        Norm Normal says:

        Ecoloon alert. If not covered those fields would requires extensive treatment with herbicides and pesticides to bring them back into agricultural production. Look up soil solarisation pls.

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        All MP's are scum says:

        Idiot boy is a eco-loon.

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    • 33
      a wag says:

      contempt of house.
      contemptible home.

      whose coirt is it anyway?

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    • 39
      Hadley "Screaming Banshee" Freeman says:

      Guido is SEXIST for criticising Ms Berger, he is a white male, the evil males who were the only ones in all history to engage in #slavery. That’s why we need enriching from other cultures, there was never slavery in Africa or the Middle East until white male Europeans oppressed them.

      Criticising Ms Berger makes Guido a misogynist. The man who murdered 6 people in California was a misogynist. Therefore Guido needs to apologise and beg forgiveness and convert to feminism. Trigger warning. Argh, white male sexist.

      Retweet Laurie Penny.

      Trigger Warning. TRIGGER WARNING

      r.a.p.e culture

      Guido is criticising a female MP simply because she is female. We saw in California that this leads to mass murder. Hate crime. Trigger warning. White male privilege. Intersection. Race. Women of Color. #Slavery.

      I am writing a new book about sunglasses and fashion.

      SEXIST (join my campaign to make Sexist thoughts a #hatecrime just just RACIST thoughts)

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      SackMariaMillerasanMP says:

      I have just read in the Telegraph that Ken Clarke (73 years of age) wants to stand again in the next general election. What is wrong with these people?

      Also, the Telegraph says that our (gormless) Dave wants to promote Anna Soubry! Yes, that will help a ton to get the tories elected in 2015.

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    • 94
      Nigel Fartage says:

      Shut up you snivelling little worms. When my mate Ed Miliband is running the country he’ll decimate your savings and pensions in order to pay for the expenses fiddles of MEPs.

      Hoorah!

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    • 350
      must get a cat (muscat)O man. O says:

      contemporary.
      can saw”
      kensus.
      kensa
      inside is the tickopic.

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    • 389
      Cynic2 says:

      She does look like she has got through a few

      Hatchet faced as we used to say

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    • 502
      (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

      Yo, dude!

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  2. 2
    Owen Jones says:

    “He’s an icon, he’s fantastic, he’s superlative, HE’S NICK CLEGG!!!”

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  3. 4
    Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

    The LibDems still do not seem to get it. Steele and Shirley Williams think Reynard should be re-admitted to the party after his faux apology. Quote from Williams ” he is not the worst sex pest in politics” so that’s ok then.

    A reminder of the moral compass of the LibDems

    1. Jeremy Thorpe – Pillow biting
    2. Cyril Smith – Little Boys
    3. Steele recommended Smith for his Knighthood and thinks its ok for Cyril to turn up at Children’s home and beat boys on the bare bottom. It was not (in the 60s) and has never been acceptable behaviour.
    4. Steele and Williams now think Reynard should be re-admitted to the party
    5. Paddy Pants Down
    6. Charles Kennedy – drunk
    7. Mark Oaten – Don’t go there
    8. Lembit Opik – Little Girls
    9. Chris Huhne – Congenital liar and sexual pervert
    10. David Laws – Liar and thief
    11. Lord Reynard – Sexual pervert
    12. Mike Hancock – Sexual pervert
    13. Nick Clegg – Congenital liar, he claimed he hadn’t been told about Smith, Hancock and Reynard
    14. Jo Swinson : The new definition for hypocrisy for all her (lack of) support for the LibDem women during the Reynard affair
    15. Simon Hughes lied about his sexuality in his initial election campaign to defeat Tatchell
    16. Kingston Councillor Derek Osbourne jailed for 2 year for Child Porn offences
    17. Vince Cable – The new definition for political loyalty
    18. Tim Farron – the LibDems’ Brutus about as trustworthy as a PPI salesman
    19. The LibDems took £2.4 million of stolen money from Michael Brown
    20. Jenny Tongue the anti –Semite
    21. Finally the icing on the cake are the intellectual heavyweights of Lynn Featherstone and Sarah Teather

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      Does Jenny “Tongue ” er ….give it ?

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      The British media are cunts says:

      Sounds like an honest lot.

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    • 46
      Hadley "Screaming Banshee" Freeman says:

      Trigger warning. #Hatecrime

      Don’t criticise Ms Featherstone and Ms Teather, both are breaking the patriarchy.

      If you criticise them you are part of the patriarchy. The patriarchy is r.a.p.e culture, intersectional white male privilege. RACIST.

      If you criticise them you are the same as the mass murderer in California. You need to modernise your views or be sent for diversity re-education when the revolution arrives. It’s 2014.

      Retweet Caroline Criado-Perez.

      You’re as bad as JoeyBarton (who is white male intersectionally privileged) who implied that men prefer attractive women (don’t use the word girls or you will be reported for sexism and should expect arrests). He is a #hatecrime criminal.

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    • 47
      The two Muppets says:

      Never,never trust a Libdem . Treachery is their second name .

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      • 93
        Biased Bullshit Corpse Corrections dept says:

        shurely FIRST . . . SECOND . . . THIRD . . . . and so on ?

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    • 159
      Jeremy Thorpe says:

      You’ve missed out my rather more serious crime of hiring a hitman to assassinate a pet dog.

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      • 245
        Herman von Bumboy says:

        That would be a pointless action these days when all you have to do is take the dog for a walk round your local mosque.

        Remember to keep handing over your millions to me each week.
        Feel the enrichment. I know I do.

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  4. 6
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

    Whilst I was plotting to oust Cleggy, the Tories succeeded in ousting my Party.

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    • 16
      Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

      GANGWAY !!

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    • 48
      DtP says:

      No matter how much socialists whinge about the BNP (because they’re so similar, I think) it takes a Tory government to destroy them and the Libbers too, well, that’s just a bonus. Whilst Cameron hasn’t led a Tory government he can at least take succour, when it all goes tits up next May that he killed 2 parties.

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  5. 8
    Hoots! It's Clown says:

    I tried to trick Nurse into thinking she was wearing magical X-ray specs.

    But she said unless I put my clothes on she was calling the police.

    Bigoted woman.

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  6. 10
    An Electoral Commission Directive says:

    In future, to assist motorists, ALL polling stations must be placed on dual carriageway traffic islands.

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    • 21
      Real Electoral Commission says:

      To cut costs there must be centralized polling, in future there will be 1 large polling station on the Isle of Man.

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    • 325
      Anna Soufle, daft and dizzy says:

      But in Tower minarets they will be on real islands surrounded by alligators except the votes from landlords in absentia and the majority votes from Bangladash.

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  7. 11
    The Lucy 15 says:

    “Worst of the lot” Luciana Berger has got through 15 staff members

    We’re shagged out.

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  8. 12
    Mike Handycock says:

    Luciana’s gone through 15 stiff members?
    What a girl!
    Bit old for me though.

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  9. 14
    Gary Elsby Stoke says:

    The UKIP political case for an Independent UK outside of the EU does not work if Germany chooses to stay inside the EU.

    Tories can read can’t they?

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    • 15
      Labour, The No Can Do Party says:

      Why does Labour think Great Britain is not capable of running itself?

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      • 18
        Err says:

        Labour don’t think!!

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      • 43
        Norm Normal says:

        Labour’s interests are in the power of the labour party. Devolution, QUANGOs, EU etc it was designed so that whatever happened there would always be a part of the labour party in power.
        Pity they didn’t think it through properly, it’s all back firing and falling apart and doing untold harm to the national interest.

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      • 166
        Ed Millionaireband says:

        The biggest problem the Labour Party has is with credibility.
        That is why we promised to continue John Major’s policies and let the banks do as they wished last time.
        Unfortunately, now no-one will want us to continue the policies of the coalition, or to let the banks go feral.
        Obviously no-one wants us to run the country, therefore it is better if the EU runs it for us. People can vote for nice Labour without fear of the consequences.
        Merkel knows how to run a socialist utopia after her time working for the Stasi.

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    • 147
      Ed Twelvety Balls says:

      Gary, could you come and let me out of this dark room? It’s so boring in here! I amused myself for a couple of hours by counting to 6, but if I try going much higher my head will hurt and there aren’t any aspirins because Axelrod emptied the medicine cabinet before he locked me in here.

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    • 200
      jgm2 says:

      You seem to be trying to conflate two entirely different topics.

      What business is it of the UK if Germany stays inside the EU? What business is it of Germany if the UK leaves?

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          jgm2 says:

          Right. So he was hoping to be the Labour candidate for the safe seat of Stoke but Labour parachuted in metro-sexual Tristram Hunt, man of the people and he was banished into outer darkness.

          Hard to feel sorry for any Labour politico or wannabe politico to be honest.

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          • DtP says:

            He was awesome value in the early days of this blog. Everyone of us used to pile on to call him a Huhne and yet he came back, not trolling but kinda ‘fuck you’ Tory scumbags. I think our hopefully not quite retired friend may have bitten a few times and mentioned a couple of home truths – Lils has got the library at the bottom of her blog – Stanislav’s Rants and should you be going on holiday this year, Mr jgm2, i’d heartily recommend them as preferred reading. Anyway, in Stoke, apparently Mandleson carpet bagged Tristram where Our Gary was the rightful prince and, again, to be fair to the lad – he went down punching. All seems so long ago, now. All the best, dude – i’m hoping Mr Smith will change his mind but it kinda seems made up.

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          • jgm2 says:

            I was otherwise occupied in the early days of this blog so obviously missed the saga of Gary. From the tenor of what little I’ve read I believe, as you say, he was the heir apparent to Stoke until Labour hierarchy parachuted in their preferred candidate.

            I have some sympathy in this case for Gary. I assume he’s a local lad who’d put in his time, tramped the streets, posted the flyers, doorstepped the voters etc etc. and on a personal level I agree that these are the type of people who should be selected by their constituency party to be their PPC. I really do. And this holds for all parties. None of this parachuted in nonsense.

            But these local parties have the solution to this shit in their own hands.

            As soon as a parachuted candidate is ‘chosen’ by the likes of Blair or Mandeslon or Cameron or whoever then they should simply down tools. Or, better still, with the cost of printer paper being next to nothing, simply print off 50,000 flyers – one for every home in the constituency, and tell them to vote for Elvis.

            They wont/don’t though. They’d rather Tristram Hunts (Labour/Mandelson’s weekend fling) became an MP rather than one of their own.

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    Excuses excuses says:

    Staff at the new Broadcasting House in Central London claim there is a ‘trend of filth, human waste products and a badly built building’

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    Top totty says:

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    she was such a ( reasonably ) svelte young lady when she first became an MP in the year 1980 BP ( Before Pizza)

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  13. 29
    Anonymous says:

    The gormless media report on the corruption of FIFA yet ignore the corruption of our voting system by Muzzie’s here in the UK

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      Immigration problem denier says:

      It isn’t corruption, it is cultural diversity. We must embrace different cultures. Anyone got a stone?

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    • 318
      Anonymous says:

      I see Greg Dyke is involved. You know, the one who talks about white people being hideous and the one who removed the union flag from our planes. Still earning top bucks but then again, he is establishment. I really do not think that we can ever get justice for the hard workers of this country who have no voice and cannot take part in the selection of worthwhile candidates for top jobs. It’s still a question of knowing the right people. Merit does not come into it.

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    Shame on the left says:

    It looks like the woman in Sudan will be freed, which is great news and shows the international condemnation can work. But it’s no thanks to the left. The likes of Owen Jones have been disgracefully silent on this, as well as the kidnappings in Nigeria and stoning to death in P*kistan. They absolutely will not ever condemn any atrocity committed by muslims. But they WILL talk all day about the so called bedroom tax, cost of living crisis and calling for Jeremy Clarkson to be lynched.

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    • 61
      Stop Cruelty to women now says:

      Free Jeremy Clarkson’s wife!

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    • 67
      DtP says:

      Mate, Owen Jones can remain disgracefully silent on everything, always.

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      • 115
        handbag says:

        except boybands…

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        • 201
          Norm Normal says:

          Any of the hard left commented on Fidel Castro’s recently revealed billionaire lifestyle?
          Yachts, 12 houses, private army and staff, private island, worth $100million.
          Truly another man of the people.

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          • sweet FA says:

            he is creating work and by purchasing, encouraging craftsmanship and artisans to flourish, stop bitching.

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        • 415
          Norm Normal says:

          Most Cubans live well below the poverty line set by European Socialists.
          Cubans are not allowed to bitch as there is very limited free speech in Cuba.

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      Questions of our time says:

      How times change! Only a few days ago we were being advised that all these happenings in foreign countries were “none of our business”.

      What changed – and when do the street riots about all those missing girls begin?

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      • 338
        Mzzzzz. Hatesmen HaHaMoan says:

        Surely you must ‘of’ heard my shrill voice of condemnation above all the others?

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    Anonymous says:

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      Mycroft says:

      Worse than that she claims that her constituents are ignorant or racist, those she can convince were ignorant and those her ‘charm offensive’ can’t turn into a sort of Zombie Paradise state of mind are racists, isn’t that a double-whammy of voter alienation?

      Silly old girl hasn’t got over being slapped into the ground by Nigel a while back, her brains (such as they are) leave the moment she sees him, she’ll say anything in the hope to make an invalid point about something she hasn’t a clue about.

      Worthless MP.

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      • 278
        Notts voter says:

        Not so ….. a totally worthless MP.

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        • 466
          Soubry the hypocrite says:

          Not only worthless, she is a bloody hypocrite as well…

          She complains about her “racist” constituents yet is happy to employ racists herself, and then defend them what caught out !

          That is mind blowing hypocrisy and rank arrogance.

          She deserves to go.

          From wiki.

          Slavery row[edit]
          In July 2010, Soubry was criticised for employing a member of Nottingham Conservative Future, for three months, who in 2008 had faced a police probe after holding up a banner calling for the return of slavery.[23][24] The man, who was 20 at the time and president of the University of Nottingham Conservative Association. Soubry said she was aware of his background but he had made a full apology and “regretted doing something so stupid”.[24]

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          • On the ground in Broxtowe says:

            She has a teeny weeny majority of 389 votes from her racist and bigoted constituents.

            I doubt she will around in 2015 to spew her vile bile much longer.

            From speaking to a number of her constituents they find her extremely aloof, arrogant and frankly disinterested.

            Some even said she is so lefty you would think she was a labour MP.

            Her latest gaff and outburst calling her constituents racists will not go down well at all.

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    Socialism is theft says:

    If the EU want to be thought of as EUSA surely the people should be electing the Presidents – not some dodgy cabal.

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      Questions of our time says:

      You still think Americans actually elect their President??? Their “College” system is as corrupt as the current systems operating in Towering Hamlets.

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    Comical Dougie says:

    We will crush our enemies in Newark. They will be butchered and the glorious forces of Labour will be victorious.

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  18. 41
    The British media are cunts says:

    How typical that Sky mention that the fuckwit arrested for shooting the people at the Jewish museum is a Muslim linked to terrorists in Syria…the BBC does not.

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  19. 55
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

    :) :) :)

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  20. 58
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Tower Hamlets: votes for the many, not the few:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/10867666/Stolen-election-in-the-heart-of-London.html

    How lovely to see Labour candidates being shafted. You made this shit heap of a third world country, now reap what you have sown.

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  21. 59
    The greasy pole of politics says:

    Lucky Luciana Burger with Lies has sucked her way up the political ladder. She’s been with the ghastly Euan Blair and Chucky Umunna. If I remember correctly, she also shagged that utter knob Sion Simon. A vile woman bumping uglies with vile men. But I wonder if she’s got over the bizarre trauma of hearing Chucky yell out his own name when he climaxed.

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  22. 62
    (T)Ruth WillOut says:

    To quote GF
    “Tory candidate Robert Jenrick is a self-styled “entrepreneur” who worked for mummy and daddy hopes to be third time lucky in Newark”
    MoS has an article which infers he’s yet another London centric Conservative millionaire with three homes, two in London & the other in Hertfordshire.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2645084/Newark-election-Tory-candidate-Robert-Jenrick-says-just-three-homes-doesnt-mean-I-dont-know-life-breadline.html

    .
    He says he moved into the Newark area after being elected as Conservative candidate. Maybe he rents there.
    ,
    Good old wikipedia defines “entrepreneur” as
    “In political economics, entrepreneurship is the process of identifying and starting a new business venture, sourcing and organizing the required resources, while taking both the risks and rewards associated with the venture”.
    Please will GF provide some evidence of his entrepreneurship ?
    .
    Is Newark representative of a decline in Westminster standards?
    Until 1997, voters there were represented by upstanding Cons & Lab mps. In 1997 Fiona Jones(Lab) arrived and was convicted and later cleared of fraudulently failing to declare all her election expenses, was the first to be expelled from the commons in 115 years, before reinstatement .
    She was replaced by Patrick Mercer (Con) of whom the Commons sleaze watchdog ruled “case is the worst breach of rules in modern times”.
    Hence the present by-election for their mp, who will only serve for 11 months before seeking re-election next May.

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      DtP says:

      Plus, he’s 12 and should be concentrating on his paper-round.

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        handbag says:

        or beating up and stealing the dinner money of the Jenrick clone they put up for Labour.

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          Wolf in sheep's clothing says:

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          • Anonymous says:

            Jenrick has got nothing in common with the good people of Newark apart from hating the place.

            Why on earth would they want to vote for him ?

            All the chat on twitter is that it’s a very close race and UKIP have come up very strong, With the polls being way out and under reporting their vote share just like in Eastleigh….

            Anyone would think the polling companies are paid to under report UKIP….

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      Headmistress omnpedant duty today says:

      The MoS implied; you inferred.

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  23. 64
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’m a big boy now and I should be allowed to wear big boy pampers.

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  24. 65
    Anonymous says:

    As the result of the most blatant electoral fraud by local Bangladeshis a Labour candidate (a Labour candidate) has lost his seat in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
    Laugh? I nearly peed myself.

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    • 69
      non taxable pikey says:

      Electoral fraud and the failure of the Commission and the Police to do anything about it is not a laughing matter. It could equally have been a Tory or UKIP candidate who lost the seat instead of one from Labour, it doesn’t really matter. What is important is that the will of the people has been usurped by a bunch of crooks and charlatans.

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      • 78
        Socialism is theft says:

        There is something fishy in the borough of Hamlets.

        Like

        • 118
          handbag says:

          Is it a Liberal Democrat foreskin?

          Like

          • handbag says:

            Sorry, I meant to say Cyril’s foreskin, but I thought that’s already in use as a trampolene in Michael Jackson’s funpark.

            Like

          • Bert says:

            Watch out — “Trampolene” is a brand name (c) and (R) Proctor & Gamble. It is a menthol-flavoured cream used in the refurbishment of homeless men.

            Like

          • Chuck Dickins says:

            I thought ’twas for greasing up their sphinctres before buggering the life out of them for a sixpence.

            Like

        • 484
          T D Uswanquor says:

          Something fishy etc….

          Billingsgate fish market (if that still exists – it’s a long time since I passed that way).

          Like

    • 76
      Anonymous says:

      Who would have guessed that 3rd world voters weren’t the most solid foundation for a Labour majority? After all, ethnic gerrymandering has had such a successful track record throughout history.

      This sort of thing will disproportionately affect Labour going forward. You reap what you sow.

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      • 86
        DtP says:

        We had it in Calderdale and I was standing by a group of guys making phone calls at about 8.30pm at night and swear it was last minute bartering to sort of the winners. Really strange – didn’t understand a fucking word they were saying but it was exactly the same as in a gangster movie. Easy solution – go back to limited proxies with full ID requirements and terminate postal votes.

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        • 95
          The entire Corrupt NuLieBore Election rigging 'team' says:

          OUCH !!!!

          Like

        • 315
          JH2382198E409283 says:

          Can’t they just cross reference the electoral register with the council tax records, ie if you are not paying council tax, no vote.

          Would stop 25 M. Mohammads postal voting from a bedsit.

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  25. 68
    Err says:

    Pele’s son Edinho sentenced to 33 years in jail over money-laundering for Santos drug cartel.

    Shouldn’t that be gaol?

    Like

  26. 80
    U says:

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    • 84
      Immigration problem denier says:

      Black people can be racist but only when they vote UKIP.

      Like

      • 121
        handbag says:

        …and only when they are singing Raps on BBC radio 1 about how they are discriminated against.

        Like

      • 474
        Anonymous says:

        Why are black people allowed to call each other nig$$r as a term of endearment, but white people are not ?

        That’s racism and hypocrisy against white people at the same time.

        Like

    • 90
      Jezza says:

      Hahahahahahaha!

      Like

    • 187
      Bosun Higgs says:

      Everybody is racist, especially those who claim not to be. However, it is our actions rather than our thoughts that matter.

      Like

      • 279
        launch torpedo says:

        Everyone is “Ethnocentric”.

        http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-7687.2012.01138.x/abstract

        It’s rational survival motivation for a baby to reject an adult that does not look or smell or sound like one of their own ethnic group.
        Why do we expect people to lose this innate response? You could say it’s like arachnaphobia or fear of heights, but you wouldn’t vilify people for that, you would understand it as a rational reaction to not knowing for sure whether something is a threat or not.
        You can “train” or coerce people to be anyway you like (look at North Korea), but there should be a recognition that it’s a little more sinister when it’s the state or establishment group imposing on the individual a change in behaviour that goes against the grain – such as “homophilia” and “xenophilia”… I’m sure the left can construct a theory that makes it morally excusable to them in their groupthink cliques, but they must recognise that the more against the grain a particular bit of brainwashing/social engineering is, the higher the “input energy” required in the system, and for some things. the law of diminishing returns on investment may kick in – which is perhaps why the left likes police states more, in the end it’s quicker to exterminate dissenters than to indoctrinate them.

        Ethnicity exists. It’s Phenotype cluster (=Geo-influenced genotypes) + Culture.

        Race does not exist (unless you are mentally living in the 19th century or earlier).

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    • 226
      Bluto says:

      Why only a black audience?

      Imagine if I said “White people in UK cannot be racist I’m happy to publicly debate this in front of a white audience should any one care to accept my challenge”

      That would be unacceptable.

      Like

      • 248
        Bert says:

        What Grasper said was unacceptable too, but there we are, one rule for some, another for the rest.

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    Piss Stained y Fronts says:

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    • 114
      nell says:

      Is he? Good . Perhaps now the beeb will stop putting all those labour losers on our screen.

      Like

    • 117
      Owen Jones says:

      Well said The BBC is my patch.

      Like

    • 141
      Does my arse look big in these y-fronts? says:

      He’s certainly not taking pictures of himself in his underpants and posting them on a website to attract men Chris, unlike you.

      Like

    • 160
      Deviant says:

      …because he is better than you you little piss pants perverted freak.

      Like

    • 164
      Jack Ketch says:

      I assume that “Underpants” Bryant was watching the Andrew Marr show, he may also have watched Murgahan on Sky that featured that faded old Arab bride, Caroline Flint. Mr Bryant may notice that Farage is chirpy, interesting, self-deprecating, quick-witted and a talker of common sense–something that few Labour or Tory and no Lib-Dem “characters” are. I had the TV on in the background when Miss Flinty was on and, without even looking at the screen, I sighed and wondered when these political fag-ends will invent some new clichés. Farage is fun to watch and I am sure that the TV researchers have found that other viewers think so too. Whereas Labourites and Torians are as about as interesting as watching an earthworm race.

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      • 171
        Hissy fitter says:

        Mr Bryant, you’re as interesting and as informative as a skid-marked pair of y-fronts.

        Like

      • 429
        Bob cuntface Crow says:

        like him or not he is always engaging,dosnt shy from the question or answer them with just whatever bollocks the party line is that week,ala all the others.Breath of fresh air,and yes Flint really is a rancid old c unt.

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    • 193
      Mycroft says:

      I just sent the chap this tweet, I don’t like people to be confused unnecessarily:-

      @ChrisBryantMP Popularity? Bigger ‘for’ vote than Labour? Greater ‘pro’ sentiment in the Country than labour? It’s vexing isn’t it!

      Sarcasm… low but sometimes amusing.

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    • 220
      inside out says:

      Because he is white, middle class, married, and talks sense.Thats just for starters.

      Like

    • 225
      Bluto says:

      Every time I see you on TV you remind me of the snakeskin that Blair has shed. Your voice with its carefully contrived lazy diction resonates Blair and your mad eyes resonate Blair. But you are like a stretched and empty version. A discarded snakeskin. How many other discarded skins has that reptile left scattered about in the Labour party?

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      • 246
        White rabbit says:

        “Contrived lazy diction’ All acolytes of lib/lab/con follow this style of delivery.
        Notably the leaders and their stinkier creatures. Oh how we laughed.

        Like

        • 485
          T D Uswanquor says:

          That Hippobird is the real expert at this as it has also learned to roll its eyes upwards whilst drawling.

          Takes years of evolution to get to that stage.

          Like

      • 283
        lunch torpåedo says:

        seems more like an amphibian to me

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  29. 123
    (T)Ruth WillOut says:

    Twitter is awash with negative reaction to Newark Conservative candidate’s lack of candidness about his past and his apparent , previously undeclared,wealth.
    His details on the Conservatives website lack any meaningful detail.

    http://www.conservatives.com/OurTeam/Prospective_Parliamentary_Candidates/Jenrick_Robert.aspx

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    • 126
      Turf grass says:

      Good – let’s hope he gets a good Rogering.

      Like

      • 150
        • 152
          Isabel Hardman says:

          Like

          • Mycroft says:

            The Cam-mini-me has a one-way ticket on a hell-bound train as a result of his shameful carpetbagging… a joy to watch yet another train-wreck from the Cons.

            The game is up on this sort of sleight of hand, do it and in the age of modern media we’re going to make you look as dumb as the Oxen in the fields.
            :)

            Like

          • hansard writer says:

            Right on Isabel

            Another Con candidate a-conning

            He fiddles before he even gets elected

            If elected, the Tory Chief Whip will teach him how to s teal from the taxpayer

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        • 190
          Take_You_Back_to_one_of_my_Places says:

          What house shall I include on expenses?
          Let’s do eeny meenine…. No …. better not!
          Let’s do it on Windows then.
          Today, children …. we are going to look through…. the
          Leaded Pane Window!
          Oh Lucky Me – that one’s in Hereford.
          What a fluke! My parents live in the other two.

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        • 224
          inside out says:

          Which one will we, taxpayers be paying expenses on?

          Like

        • 240
          jgm2 says:

          If that works then they should do the same thing in Ned Miliband’s constituency.

          Like

          • launch tarpaulin says:

            yeah… when will a journotroll ask “which one of those houses will be your main home Jenrick/Miliband/Balls/etc…”

            Like

          • laµnch tarpaµlin says:

            yeah… when will a journotroll ask “which one of those houses will be your main home Jeñrick/Milißand/ßalls/etc…?”

            Like

    • 130
      Twatter Twats says:

      So? Twitter doesn’t vote.

      Like

      • 133
        (T)Ruth WillOut says:

        You may be surprised at the extent of peer influence on these pesky new social media websites!

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  30. 128
    Champagne Contract says:

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    • 142
      Make mine a double says:

      Note the champagne in the background.
      To be drunk in memory of those who died unnecessarily in Stafford when you were i/c of the NHS, eh Andy?

      Like

    • 144
      nell says:

      +++++Hollow Laugh+++++ a photograph of andy burnham the shadow death minister with the words underneath ‘for a better NHS’

      Like

    • 168
      pookie snackumberger says:

      Oh look, a Champaign socialist.

      Like

    • 188
      non taxable pikey says:

      Mass murderer.

      Like

    • 196
      Burnham is rewarded for services rendered to Pharma says:

      That Champagne which Burnham and Norris Biomedical are about to drink was supplied by the taxpayer and diverted from patient treatment.

      Like

    • 255
      Tooting Toni from Tel Aviv says:

      Bungs and champagne

      Labour to a tee

      Like

      • 257
        jgm2 says:

        Bungs, champagne, mass killings and eyeliner.

        Labour to a ‘t’.

        Like

        • 434
          An old English person. says:

          Excuse me nurse,I know you don’t speak English or give a fuck but I have drunk all the water out of my flower vase,may I have some water please?

          Like

  31. 129
    BBC Film Dept. says:

    As we now find many words utterly sexist and only used by bigots like UKIP voters, we have now changed the titles of the following films:
    “Girl on a Motorcycle” to “Woman on a disgusting vehicle that is ruining the Planet”
    “12 Angry Men” to “12 Angry Woman-hating Male Chauvinist Pigs”

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    • 137
      Ed Twelvety Balls says:

      12? What sort of a number is that? Is it greater than or less than 47? If I were to increase the deficit by 12% every year would anybody notice? Please tell me, Axelrod says I can’t come out of this bunker until I’ve learned some basic arithmetic.

      Like

      • 265
        Ed Balls Maths Lesson says:

        5 + 5 = 10.

        But if you put a hand in each trouser pocket,

        5 + 5 = 11

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        • 488
          T D Uswanquor says:

          No no no! The correct way is to do it very slowly, step by step – thus:

          a. count the fingers on one hand = 5? Correct.
          b. Now count down from 10 on the other hand: 10, 9, 8, 7, 6.

          Now add the two together 6+5 = 11

          Basic maths for dummies.

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  32. 131
    Luciana Bergerstein says:

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  33. 149
    Massa Murd0ch (Chief Cuckold) says:

    Politics for the many, not the few.
    (only available with subscription)

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  34. 153
    Rah, rah, rah...we're going to smash the oiks! says:

    https://twitter.com/SnoutsInTroughs/status/472997781213544448

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  35. 154
    BBB+ Rated. says:

    Could you clarify. Luciana Berger has “got through” meaning sacked, or shagged to further her career?

    Like

    • 170
      Is this the way to Golders Green? says:

      You could only attempt doggy doggy whena bird has a schnozz like that.

      Unless you had a 15″ todger.

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  36. 155
    Jack Ketch says:

    A thank you to Alex and Guido for my caption-contest prize of Lord Tebbit’s book, “Ben’s story”, just received. I am particularly grateful for the inscription on the flyleaf by the noble Lord. Thanks!

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  37. 156
    Tower Hamlets Community Relations Co-Ordinator says:

    Death to the Engleeeesh!

    Like

  38. 162
    sweet FA says:

    In the Majestic Progress towards Human Domination of Eternity let us not be unmindful that the Earth provided when we were weak. In Human thinking is Respect and Gratitude. We thank the Nature by giving to all species here the opportunity and encouragement to grow to our stature and understanding.

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  39. 167
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

    CLEGG IS ONLY FIT TO CARRY MY DUTY FREES.

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  40. 173
    What a fooking world says:

    And Blair positioning himself to become President of Europe.
    What a fooking farce.

    Like

    • 213
      publish Chilcot uncensored says:

      Fingers crossed.
      That’ll produce a landslide for UKIP next year.

      Like

      • 274
        Gooey Blob says:

        If Ukip target all their money at a handful of Labour heartlands constituencies they might win a couple of seats. Labour will be putting their resources into marginals.

        Under FPTP it’s a waste of time voting Ukip elsewhere.

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    • 238
      some squaddie says:

      He’ll have to get past the hausfrau battleaxe first – and she has already indicated her winner, er sorry, I meant preference for the job.

      Like

      • 252
        jgm2 says:

        Nobody in Europe wants Blair. He was told by any number of European leaders at the time that his Iraq war was madness and based on no evidence at all and he went right ahead anyway.

        Why would any European leader now trust him to do anything that wasn’t purely the product of his fucked-up imagination or his fucked up ‘moral compass’?

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        • 256
          Kaddafi's ghost says:

          Plus Blair’s blatant corruption makes even the Europeans shudder

          Selling himself to all the Gulf jihadis, Y srael, oligarchs dictators and despots

          It’ s surprising no one has topped him yet

          Like

          • Gideon says:

            How much will Euen Bliar’s security cost the taxpayer.

            Like

          • Vote LibLabCon, get Sharia. says:

            If it’s the same security that allowed him to get rolling drunk in Leicester Square, not very much.

            Like

    • 276
      45 Minutes to Get Under the Table says:

      He is insensitive, cynical and devious. The EU Presidency was, I think, the reason for his “conversion” to Catholicism designed to ingratiate himself with many EU commissioners.

      Any British Government that sponsored the most hated man in Britain would lose support on a massive scale. Labour hate him more than most.

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      • 441
        Mi6 says:

        Sponsoring a war criminal as President of the Commission would show how mad, criminal and dangerous the UK government has become

        And a fraudulent gangster to boot…

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  41. 175
    LOL says:

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    • 185
      The Human Centipede that crawls around Westminster says:

      I am just about fed up with this hate crime thought crime newspeak infraction spotting horse shit.
      Common sense is what people are saying and what they want our politicians to use when running this country.
      The lunacy which once only inhabited the deepest bowels of Lambeth town hall has now been adopted by the Establishment.
      The shit stained fart sucking centipede pointing at normal people and calling them loons is a joke right?
      A sick fucking nightmare of a joke.

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      • 194
        sweet FA says:

        I sometimes thought that Space might be dotted with invisible clouds of awareness which the Earth might sometimes pass through, how else to explain sudden changes in peoples’ thinking. We are certainly passing through such a Space Cloud. I know this because previously if someone like Richard Bacon came on the radio I would still listen half-heartedly but now if I hear those dribblings I just say ” Oh no, not that prat” and turn off the wireless.

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      • 207
        LibLabCon the far left party. says:

        You are correct. What was considered Far Left Lefty Speak only 15 years ago is now mainstream Tory speak.

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    • 191
      non taxable pikey says:

      Some people? Now just explain yourself Ms Soubry, WTF do you mean by “some people?”

      Like

      • 206
        White rabbit says:

        ‘Some people’ equates to millions of Brits. Carry on love…with the explaining better bit, the making our argument bit, the some people simply don’t get it bit.
        Start planning for a new career bit.

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    • 199
      Soubry and the LibLabCon still do not get it. says:

      So what if they are only coming to work? When reality is the work they are providing is cheap servants and tradesmen for the chattering classes and cheap labour for big business. Driving down wages and putting the indigenous population either on low pay or out of work,

      Soubry and the LibLabCon still do not get it.

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      • 202
        The One becomes 100 says:

        Not forgetting that just about every worker will introduce one immediate and ultimately one extended family. Totally overwhelming local and national services and impossible to plan for.

        UNCHECKED IMMIGRATION IS MADNESS

        Soubry is a FOOL

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        • 212
          some squaddie says:

          … and she is in charge of us lot! We are doomed, I tell you, doomed.

          Like

          • listen to us says:

            I object to being labelled a racist because I want
            our country to have control over it’s own borders.
            Decent hardworking tax-paying Brits deserve more
            respect from the likes of Soubry.

            Like

          • non taxable pikey says:

            No, she is not in charge of us lot! She bloody well works for us and it it long past the time when we fired the bitch. Politicians do NOT rule, they govern. There is a monumental difference between the two and unfortunately the vast majority of them do not understand it.

            Like

          • some squaddie says:

            May be, ntp, but she is still the one who orders us to go and sort out ongoing shit all over the world while she sits quaffing champers in the HoC bars.

            Things in the country seem to be going from bad to worse – so I really hope we do not have to do a Thailand in due course. If we did get to that stage, I am not sure whose side the public would be on.

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          • jgm2 says:

            @some squaddie

            You can hang the fucking lot of them for all I care. MPs, MEPs, Lords, Ladies, councillors, Lord Mayors, every fucking one of them and you’ll hear no complaints from me.

            Not one of them is fit to shovel shit from what I can see. Some are worse than others but on balance I think we’d be better off rid of the whole fucking lot. Good for fuck all they are.

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        • 221
          Vote LibLabCon, get Sharia. says:

          Sadly, I’ve suspected for some time that one can’t become a Tory candidate unless one’s a Soubry-esque fool.

          Like

      • 217
        Mycroft says:

        Indeed, the rise of the ‘Gang Master’ during the last 10/12 years is testament to that fact.

        This was a scheme to get cheap labour to garner support for the providing political party from those that employ the cheapest labour possible.

        There was and is no thought given to the possible social consequences, if you live in leafy ‘Upper Conserville’ or twee ‘Middle Labtown’ then the actions that bring huge problems in ‘Little Workerton’ don’t effect you at all.

        Disconnect, it is all about the disconnect.

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      • 366
        Lump of Labour Fallacy says:

        Actually that’s a load of bollocks.

        Like

    • 214
      south of the M4 says:

      Every one of the politico do not get it. Concerns over open borders are nothing to do with race. It is only numbers and the ability of this isle to sustain them. To label such concerns as racist can only mean that those saying so are as thick as *hit and thus unfit to run this country.

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    • 247
      inside out says:

      When Ministers who have no answers,to problems they caused, they resort to calling people racist.They know while we are in the EU that they cannot control our borders,to immigrants from 28 countries.At any time any of our Prime Ministers could have voted against enlargement,they didn’t,they had to be unanimous votes to admit new countries.Not one of them had the foresight to envisage the consequences,hence the prediction of 13000 new immigrants from Eastern block countries.The Civil Service and the political class have betrayed the British people we should dump them all.Not fit for purpose.

      Like

    • 291
      F-off luv says:

      Perhaps some people promoting the mass immigration racket have a racist hostility towards the native population of these isles.

      When striped of nicey nicey rhetoric, it appears outright greed and malice are the real driving forces behind it.

      Like

    • 308
      Ex Tory says:

      Presumably therefore, Soubry thinks some people who are concerned about immigration are not racist. No matter, I’m voting UKIP in the next General Election and frankly I don’t care what Soubry thinks of me. The idiot seems to think that just because immigrants work hard then they should be welcomed. Sod the cultural change. Well sod her.

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    RED LEN says:

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  45. 204
    Guy News Room says:

    Liberal Democrats plotting to remove Nick Clegg as party leader should “stop it now”, Owen Jones has said.

    Owen Jones told the BBC that those seeking to oust Mr Clegg were motivated by “deep malice” and had made “a bad situation worse” after poor election results.

    Like

    • 210
      BBC News 24 says:

      Supermarkets considering the removal of confectionary near their checkouts should “stop it now”, Owen Jones has said.

      Owen Jones told the BBC that those seeking to remove sweets from checkouts were motivated by “deep malice” and had made “a bad situation worse” after poor publicity. “I want my mummy to buy me cream eggs and Cadbury’s buttons,” Owen added, before running away to look at the latest Action Man comic in aisle 2.

      Like

    • 223
      Goggle box says:

      Who the xxxx cares what Owen Jones says and why do the BBC and Sky keep boosting his xxxxing income?

      Like

      • 296
        d u r a c e l l - b u n n y says:

        y o u _ c o u l d _ s a y _ t h e _ s a m e _ a b o u t _ a _ l o n g _ l i s t _ o f _ t h e m _ l e f † y _ t r ø l l s _ t h e y _ k e e p _ w h e e l i n g _ o n _ . . . Y å s m i n _ A B _, J o å n n a _ L u m m e r l y , _ S h î r l e y _ W i l l i å ms _ , S h e i l å _ H å n c o c k , _ B i l l ¥ _ B r å g g _, T o ¥ n b e e, _ M i d i _ H å s s a n _, t h e _ E å g l e s, _ S o u t h _ P a r k _ C l a r k, _ F r y _, M e r t o n, _ T i g s w o g _ n _ J e r e m y _ w h a t e v e r, _ O ’ F å r re l l, _ P u n t n D e n n i s , _ M å r k _ T h o m å s , _ G e l d ø f , J o h å n H å r i … T å t c h e l l , e n d l e s s … _ m i n d l e s s… _ s p h i n ç t r e l e ss

        h**p://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/labour/10331110/Top-100-most-influential-Left-wingers-50-1.html

        t h å n k f u l l y _ B é n n _ a n d _ C r ø w _ a r e _ o f f _ t h e _ å i r w a v e s .

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    • 237
      Owen Jones Brain the size of a peanut says:

      Keeping Clegg as leader will lose the libdems votes meaning more for labour.
      I am so clever no one suspects my sneaky plan Ha ha ha.
      Ha ha ha ha
      HA HA HA HA

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    • 269
      Mycroft says:

      Like

  46. 222
    well says:

    If Clegg had an ounce of decency he would have resigned.

    Like

    • 231
      Chav Gangsta Rapper says:

      For an ounce of weed I’ll get rid of him

      Like

    • 293

      He’s in coalition with the nasties. What’s decency got to do with it?

      Like

      • 310
        DtP says:

        Quite right young James. Terribly sporting of your lot to allow in shed loads of skilled immigrants to decimate any chance of Labour voters ever getting decent jobs – never mind, eh? They can all live happily on the social for the rest of their brief, alcohol blighted, depressed lives. To Doncaster, vive la oh, oh shit!

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      • 311
      • 353
        Bliar, Pillock, BBC, Straw etc says:

        What a pity that a fine loyal Labourite like Jimmy will never grace the houses of Parliament as all the safe seats are required for our vacuous spoilt privately educated kids.

        Like

      • 374
        The Labour Party says:

        We lied through our teeth to start an illegal war that killed half a million people, and we did our best to cover up mass-murder in the NHS.

        But remember: it’s the Tories who are nasty.

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  47. 227
    pookie snackumberger says:

    Nurse gave me a pair of magic gloves, she said they will do magic things, but I think they broke when I rubbed poo on them.

    Like

  48. 261
    Bill Quango MP says:

    Film Of the week

    The AMazing Cider-man 2

    Nigel Farage returns to battle his Mainstream enemies in this action packed sequel to the hit 2010 film.

    cider-man has to battle Elect-ion, a monster with overwhelming access to the power of the media. The newspapers paint the comic status-quo fighter as a maverick vigilante doing more harm than good. But Cidey eventually convinces the people he is just trying to bring hope to the city.

    Also Cider-man must confront his old friend, George Osborne, now head of the mighty OsborneCorp Treasury. In an attempt to save his political life George resorts to injecting QE directly into his blood banks. With disastrous consequences.
    He becomes the Green-Energy Subsidy Goblin.

    Farage has to battle villains, the media, the establishment, the social-contract and the European Union in the exciting blockbuster.
    And there’s even room for Rhienland , a powerful EU, armoured beast , to make a charge for Cider-man.

    “With great protest power, comes great responsibility.”

    With the Conservatives as Gwen Stacey, the voters whose hearts he must win over. And nick Clegg as man lost in crowd.

    Rating 12 EU stars

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    • 300
      Film 2014 says:

      Presenting David Cameron in: Simple (Union) Jack.

      Charting his to national politics and trip to Europe to argue the case against Junker and for reform…

      … a nation wept, and Voted UKIP in response.

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  49. 262
    nell says:

    Is it my magination or has edballs disappeared?

    Like

    • 268
      Gordon Brown says:

      Ed Balls is the Incredible Shrinking Man whereas I am the Incredible Shirking Man.

      People get us confused – I wish they’d stop it. Bigots !

      Like

    • 490
      T D Uswanquor says:

      He’s been locked in a spare room with his piano by the monstrous buildy burgers.

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    As Cameron has finished making UK look dumb in Europe, the real players are taking the stage:

    The original article – in G’erman:

    h**p://www.spiegel.de/politik/ausland/frankreich-le-pen-warnt-merkel-vor-explosion-der-eu-a-972726.html

    (Translation ~ verbatim)

    ‘L’e P’en also defended their [FN] sympathies for R’ussia in the U’kraine crisis: “I have a certain admiration for V’ladimir P’utin , because he can not be of this or that country to impose decisions. ” R’ussian P’resident first thinking of R’ussia’s interest. “In this respect I have for P’utin the same respect as for Mrs M’erkel.”‘

    The differences in the M’oscow Report are notable.

    Appealing to G’erman N’ationalism in this way undermines M’erkel completely on her position wrt EU President, and some domestic issues.

    L’e P’en appears in part to be telegraphing support for Schulz, and G’erman N’ationalism.

    This has a negative effect on the EU / Presidential selection process, which as Cameron discovered is in a very delicate phase at present, but the appeal to G’erman N’ationalism is not in France’s national interest. History has shown many times the negative consequences for F’rance of that.

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      Hari Stottle says:

      So Le Pen reckons Merkel admires Putin ….. bit of a love-in all round, isn’t it ?

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        Non: Le Pen claims she admires P’utin for the same reasons she admires M’erkel: P’utin’s nationalism.

        M’erkel is not nationalist and has many battles ongoing in G’ermany containing that at present.

        A closer look reveals how this works and who is aligned with whom against whom. Thankfully Cameron is out of it now, which reduces the risks for Europe and the UK.

        Dealing with these serious issues is why Nigel is badly needed.

        Vote UKIP :-)

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          It is a very complex and subtle task to evaluate Merkel. I have posted on her a number of times in a way which some may not appreciate. But my thoughts are conditioned by my direct experience and so I must speak as I find.

          The first thing is to consider that Merkel’s present position would not have been possible without her predecessor, Helmut Kohl. Both CDU leaders have been considerable survivors on the German (and world) political stage. Angela Merkel was from East Germany and therefore German reunification was a necessary step to her becoming Chancellor.

          Kohl’s mostly sure handling of this issue, including his approach to Gorbachev in advance was key. His forcing of the Bundesbank over the Deutsche Mark and the Ostmark was something which was an excruciating dilemma on which I believed he was mistaken at the time, certainly on financial grounds. It helped to pave the way that the Euro was later regarded as being too big to fail. But one cannot simply dismiss the political implications of an unequal exchange rate upon the subsequent merged state. Indeed, the attitude problem of the East Germans was something which festered for years. There is no right answer to undoing the debilitating effects of communism except perhaps time, plenty of it too.

          So, like any political situation, Merkel inherited a fait accompli. It is interesting, if fruitless, to see how she would have handled reunification had she and Kohl been swapped in history. My guess is that it would have been different at the financial stage, despite being Kohl’s disciple.

          Never forget that she absolutely hammered the SPD-Greens in 1999, which was a very good thing. She is a tough cookie.

          Finally, she stated that multiculturalism has failed utterly and that immigrants should integrate, sentiments which I support completely.

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          • Merkel is fine. Check all references in this + Vote UKIP :-)

            (NB: Even P’utin is smearing UKIP above… ;-) )

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          • sweet FA says:

            Does Germany still have Church Taxes ?
            We should introduce that here I think, a lot of these Churches are looking a bit unloved.

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          • Jack says:

            Excellent analysis SC

            I would add that given the fait accompli Euro she “inherited”, (people forget that the Euro was foisted on Kohl by Mitterand as quid pro quo for unification ) she has played a skillful hand…and despite all the prophecies of doom, the Eurozone has got through in one piece -with collateral damage of course

            The fundamentals, balance of payments, inflation, and debt and deficit of the Euro zone as a whole are now better than the USD JPN and GBP

            that provides grounds for hope even though growth too low…

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          • @EU Funded Pro EU Troll

            1. I did vote UKIP (n.b. both states of me did! :-) )
            2. I wondered what would happen to that festival/orgy/whatever! Really had thought that it was the Russian psyche at work here and not the UA one. #StillLearning!
            3. Maybe I misread M’erkel is not nationalist as a deprecatory statement, in which case, apologise.

            @sweet FA

            I have been paying a voluntary tax for over two decades now by supporting the “Friends of Friendless Churches”, formerly the “Redundant Churches Fund”, run by the tireless Matthew Saunders, a brilliant promoter of our ecclesiastical heritage from the time I wandered into St Ann’s Vestry Hall, 2 Church Entry, London EC4 and met the man in person.

            Being of a certain age, I also support the Ancient Monuments Society (as I hope to become one myself) also run by Matthew.

            If just one person joins either or both, having read this, I shall be delighted. They are such worthwhile causes. Despite having emigrated over seven years, I still support both these charities, which help to keep traces of our heritage in good order so that future generations may be able to witness what we can still freely do now.

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          • Old Man Steptoe says:

            ” I have posted on her a number of times in a way which some may not appreciate.”

            Now now, Dear, didn’t you get the box of chocolates I sent?

            If it’s your “like”-count you’re worried about: don’t; We can’t work out this new-fangled facebook-twat thing Gheedough seems so keen on.

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          • @Jack

            I am grateful to you for the Mitterand reference and your kind words.

            Mitterand was a cornucopia of contradictions, especially in his conversion from the right by his POW experiences during WW2.

            One is inclined to put it down to “the shock of war” but somehow his story, including his Vichy time, rings as false to me. Maybe I am too cynical…

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          • A. Hitler says:

            “Does Germany still have Church Taxes ?”

            Yes, for the Church of Rome or Evangelical only.
            They can be opted out of, but it’s not a good idea if you want to work for a primary school/hospital etc.

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          • No worries: Merkel at this point in time is most emphatically not a nationalist. This is not derogatory in any way – very important politically for G’ermany and Europe.

            This goes to one public reason why she is not able to back Schulz for President. Schulz has a little baggage with him in the N’ationalism department.

            L’e P’en is gaming M’erkel on this in a very nasty and reckless way. History shows where F’rance has made this specific error in the past. With social tensions in G’ermany currently simmering now is not the time to be provoking nationalist sentiment there – particularly if you are F’rench. (Again – history…)

            I believe that M’erkel is sophisticated and strong enough to deal with this and keep Europe on track, but be under no illusions: This is a very dangerous game that L’e P’en appears to be playing.

            L’e P’en is not acting in the interests of F’rance: The F’rench media will hopefully start to make that case in the next few days. The public opinion in F’rance is a sticking point as folk there seem to be behind L’e P’en, but it is not clear if that was just reactionary protest, or genuine support.

            Vote UKIP :-D

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          • sweet FA says:

            There is a lot to admire about German, I have studied them over some time and the arrogance is not pretended, even in their most humanity loving appearance, but that is only equal to the upper class English attitude. Generally I think in social thinking, amongst themselves, there is a lot of social harmony and willingness to conform which makes them dangerous as a race or identifiable social group. In my opinion the world should be happy that we gave their arrogance a kicking and set them back a few years, and I say this with real affection for German mentality.

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          • Agree.

            If there is one thing that makes me uncomfortable about Farage, it is about his alleged intention to snuggle up to Le Pen, of whom I have said already that I am not at all sure of, to put it at its lowest. Of course that could be misreporting.

            The policy of my enemy’s enemy is my friend is heavily pregnant with unintended consequences.

            I don’t really know how similar to her father Marine is, one suspects quite a bit.

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          • sweet FA says:

            @SC
            as I have said, if we are self sufficient in Food then everything is different. as things are they be, being reliant on others for food does not seem to be a sensible situation to be in, in these times.
            I would have thought contribution better spent with some whisky appreciation postal service.
            or whiskey ( do you know that the label on Paddy Whiskey is misspelled ?)

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          • sweet FA says:

            I think about our easy life compared to my parent’s and especially my dad, the war hero, shot, captured, escaped often, captured, beaten, reduced to animal status behind wire. then I compare my life to his and I think; could he have endured the wives I have had to endure ?

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  51. 273
    The Bog Standard Labour Party says:

    Why is the Labour Party so shite?

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      • 306
        Mycroft says:

        I’ll help him out.

        Idiot.

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        • 329
          Bill Quango MP says:

          Onenashionlabour is only one word the way the drones try and shoehorn it into a sentence.

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        • 478
          Anonymous says:

          Let’s be fair, Ed is hardly going to utter the one word that defines himself and Labour and which is on everybody’s lips as soon as they see or hear Ed… Is he…

          C. U. N. T.

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      • 356
        Jack says:

        Of couse Ed is a spoof

        He was Empty from the start

        He then surrounded himself with Arnie Graf and David Axelrod, both US spindoctors and illegal immigrants (when problem no 1 in the US is immigration) FFS

        WTF you could not mmake this shyt up except with a heavy dose of the white stuff

        Ed is made of imported US plastic, he is as real as a Disney cartoon (or Lady Gaga’s arse)

        Our Dave is equally false but surrijnded by an army of shytspinners, PR hacks anc other frauds

        And then some real guy like Farage tips up, and only hss to ssw a few home truths and wins 30% of the vote..

        Is anyone surprised

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    • 341
      non taxable pikey says:

      Practice.

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  52. 275
    Owen Jones says:

    My flatmate opened the door and caught me wanking.

    “Don’t you fucking knock?” I yelled.

    “Get out of the fridge!” he said.

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  53. 286
    Anonymous says:

    Britain may soon have Muslim bank holidays: Parliament petition urges MPs to consider having a day off during Hindu and Islam festivals

    I will leave all comments to your own minds.

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    • 290
      Anonymous says:

      Another quarter of a million votes for UKIP if it happens.

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    • 297
      Southern Softy says:

      Just as well. Any comments that I would make would get Guido closed down.

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      • 313
        Taxpayer funded astroturfing EU Troll says:

        St George’s Day!

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        • 372
          Vote LibLabCon, get Sharia. says:

          St Edmund’s Day (November 20th, I believe).

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          • Inshalllllllllla says:

            Jihadi January ?

            Mohammad Monday ?

            Sharia Sunday ?

            Tower Hamlets Tuesday ?

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          • World traveller says:

            Why not? In multicultural Malaysia they have lots of holidays for the different religions/races, but the people are sensible enough to cover for each other when one lot or the other are having a day or two off. This is reciprocated by the other lot when it is their turn to have a few days off. All of which is fine and dandy and everybody is happy with these arrangements.

            But the whole country does not shut down en masse every time there is some ‘celebration’ or other for one group or another.

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    • 364
      Office Peon says:

      Great idea if they as well as rather than instead of.

      The krauts average 10 bank holidays (12 but no substitutions if any land on weekend) plus 30 days leave and they seem to get on alright (apart from having to bail out European bankers)

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    • 498
      Oh dear says:

      Is that prick Timmis trying to use this to raise his profile?

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    • 499
      Yay! says:

      It is forbidden and completely unjust to suggest that the Labour party is full of incompetent, deceitful, slimy careerists.

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  54. 289
    non taxable pikey says:

    It is long past the time that October 21st was a national holiday.

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  55. 299
    the braintree ripper says:

    We need muslims like this ,unless her family stones her to death

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  56. 301
    Read this piece for find out what a silppery cunt he already is... says:

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  57. 303
    the braintree ripper says:

    Francesca leads celebrations in multiculti newark as Col Roger is declared the winner

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  58. 307
    the braintree ripper says:

    Daves A list for 2015

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    • 369
      David Steel says:

      This was the normal vetting procedure for prospective parliamentary candidates.
      Sir Cyril or Jeremy would wear the gorilla costume for male candidates, and Handycock or Rennard would don it for the ladies. I knew nothing about it.

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  59. 314
    Anon. says:

    Can’t help but notice the lack of pure bile in the Newark by election. Much to do with Labour not guarding a safe seat and not sending out their fascist “third” party thugs.Labour are the real nasty party.

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  60. 316
    Eurosceptism wins votes says:

    Time for the Tories to tell Europe to bugger off. The EU is CRAP!

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  61. 319
    Tony B.liar & CrapSpin Campbell says:

    Stay in the Eu so that my Labour chums & myself can become mega-rich!

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    • 381
      Jack says:

      Like the Ukrainian oligarchs love the EU to legitimise their ongoing pillaging

      While the Western press remains silent about it

      And while they buy protection by bunging Tony Blair and Bill Clinton and half the English Bar….including newly appointed High Ciurt judges…

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  62. 320
    Euroscepticism wins votes says:

    Time to tell to fuck off & do one

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  63. 321

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    • 492
      T D Uswanquor says:

      Any country that “negotiates” a free trade agreement with America needs its negotiators to be strung up to the nearest tree (or a convenient lamp post should one be available). There is always only one winner for these things.

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  64. 328
    Revelling in the joys of bumsex says:

    Who are all these homosexual people seeking a ‘cure’ to whom Roger Helmer refers so confidently? Figures, please http://tinyurl.com/lf3huhb

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  65. 330
    Tom Catesby says:

    I spent much of my working life in engineering and manufacture(remember that, in the UK?) Nobody in their right frame of mind, would have paid a company in industry to produce nothing and certainly not paid a subsidy! I have always been at a loss to understand why the EUSSR through the ‘common agricultural policy’, pays farmers in Europe to produce nothing. If a farmer wants to grow something in his fields for which their is no market, that’s his business, but nobody will buy it and subsidies to keep fields fallow should stop. Farmers are canny enough to know that there would be no future in producing something nobody wants, or producing nothing at all, if it no longer attracted a crazy subsidy.

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    • 333
      non taxable pikey says:

      New Zealand farmers receive little or no subsidies and seem to survive.

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    • 391
      Anonymous says:

      I once sat in the cabin of a large yacht listening to two farmer meet for the first time. Life was so hard for them. One had 10 times the cows as the other, and they were both in trouble making it work. It just was not possible to make money in the UK.

      They met because “their” large yachts were anchored next to each other in Egypt.

      You could not make it up. Best entertainment I had for years when I pointed out the error of their ways.

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  66. 343
    Stu says:

    I like burgers.

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  67. 351
    Ed Balls says:

    The Bilderberg Agenda – Nukes, Nationalism, & Barack Obama http://tinyurl.com/ogx8fxj

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    • 359
      Pablo Escobar says:

      One of the guests is group chairman of HSBC Holdings plc, which faced a stringent investigation in 2012 for allegedly assisting in the laundering of money from Mexico, Iran and Syria for terrorist networks and drugs cartels.

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    • 419
      the Heimlich manoeuvre says:

      and raping Balls in a cell?

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  68. 355

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  69. 376
    Roger Hemler says:

    Let’s use the NHS to straighten out the poofs.

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  70. 377
    Anon. says:

    Labour at it again #TheNastyParty

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  71. 378
    Mavis Ramsbottom says:

    the BBC’s favourite colours – rainbow and black

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    • 418
      Willy Wonka says:

      not pink and brown? the colour of gayness, poopoo, and the inside of brown ladies’ love tunnels?

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  72. 382
    Nick Clegg says:

    The Bus Pass Elvis Party are 25/1 to get more votes than the Lib Dems in Thursday’s Newark by-election.

    http://politicalbookie.wordpress.com/2014/06/01/newark-ukip-now-31-to-win-first-mp/

    I’ve just stuck a tenner on them !

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  73. 383
    willie says:

    ?….and pink

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  74. 385
    Anna Soufle, daft cow says:

    I made sure the gimpy Andrew this morning had the little piece on my forthcoming promotion read out. Oh, how proud was I.

    So you see my pronouncements on how you have all got the immigrant thing wrong has led Flacid David to reward me. Vote is for more of the same, a Muslim bank holiday, more cutting, abuse, slavery and killing, insurance fraud, crash for cash, decrepit hovels and dirt. It’s the only way.

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    • 393
      sweet FA says:

      I have known for 20 years or so that it’s all about Food.
      In our primitive times I can imagine “Foo Foo Foo” as a kind of excited happy sound when presented with a left over bit of monkey’s arse.
      Food is very important.
      Lack of it will kill apparently. I really. really, really, triple really with fucking cherries on top want England to be self sufficient in food and then we can tell all the others to fuck off and make our own little paradise right here.

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    • 420
      albacore says:

      Dave’s more a eunuch than just flaccid
      So slavishly servile and placid
      Bowing down to E U dictation
      Unconcerned for the British nation

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      • 444
        sweet FA says:

        I’ve never really understood phonetics (being from yorkshire) but I do appreciate the use of hard and soft Ds in poetic use, if I may be so bold to say.

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        • 454
          sweet FA says:

          albacore@ I think this came up before on here ?
          the middle English sounds, meaning that the language might have been more ” flowing” in the past, more poetic like, when spoken.
          did anybody compare some middle english ( is that chaucer ? ) I don’t know what i am saying, say a rapper stood up and did the same words as… I need to get out more

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  75. 387
    Prime Minister"Money's no object" Cameron says:

    LEAKED: Fracking on private land to be permitted in Queen’s speech http://on.rt.com/91p4yf

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    • 388
      Owen Jones says:

      The UK is a troubled isle, the so called Queen should be re-housed in sheltered accommodation – she is fracking freeloader as are her offspring.

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      • 493
        T D Uswanquor says:

        She already lives in sheltered accommodation. You ever tried getting through those gates?

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    • 397
      Anonymous says:

      Why not. Water companies own any pipe under your land if it is used for sewage from other houses. You can not touch that land. They control if you build over it and they pay you nothing.

      A sewer under your house is far more dangerous than a fracking pipe. This country has not invested in its sewer systems and is suffering badly because of it. These reported sink holes are not natural, they are generally failures of maintenance by the water boards. Why are they always just next to properties? Why not one in the middle of a football field?

      Do you real think you own anything?

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      • 417
        Frank Butcher says:

        if you did own everything upwards and downwards on you plot, think of the number of planets and galaxies you would be able to lay claim to… mind you, if you keep travelling in one direction outwards into the universe, you’d eventually come back to where you started, because the universe has no centre; hmm…

        on the plus side, if you think of all the infinitesimal space you own, even if you are limited to the surface of the earth, that would also go on for ever.

        so when you think about it, all of us own an infinite amount of space (I’m including your body in this – including your bogies)… when you think about it like that, there’s plenty of room for an eternal plain of wind turbines, caravan parks, tescos, parking lots, motorways, and immigrants – all we have to do is make use of those unused dimensions of spacetime. Simples.

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      • 506
        Conrad says:

        What is council tax? A tax on the right to ‘own’ your house. Fail to pay it for long enough and see how securely held in law your property rights really are.
        Remember when the Child Support Agency was set up? Court mandated child support arrangements overturned at the stroke of a pen without hearing or appeal by some low level functionary charged with saving the Guvmunt some money?

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    • 403
      Idon'tneednodoctor says:

      Those that oppose fracking are Putin’s bread and butter. All the anti fracking supporters do not use any fossil fuels – yeh right – they all walk to the protest sites – yeh right. Caroline Lucas, Vivienne Westwood do not use fossil fuels – yeh right. Fucking hypocrites.

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      • 416
        Mavis Ramsbottom says:

        like a eco-loons they fly on magic carpets

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      • 426
        Anonymous says:

        How about those that oppose uncontrolled unregulated fracking. I fully support open recorded and fully traceable fracking.

        As long as any “incidents” can be traced back to a specific company.

        There are more than two sides to most arguments.

        Any argument with only two sides always has a simple solution.

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    • 425
      Here is BBC home service says:

      What’s changed, nothing, they can put power cables above and below your land with just a notice to inform you that’s what will be done, they did it for the DC power cable from Scotland to Flint and across Wirral farm land and roads.

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      • 435
        Owen Jones says:

        Monarchy abolishing private property? Is she a commy?

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      • 467
        jgm2 says:

        They do. But when I lived in Fucking Scotland I used to get a cheque every year for about £2.37 for the footprint of the various power lines/poles across moi land. Just as I now get down here in Sunny Sussex for the footprints of the power cables/poles across moi land.

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  76. 392
    Anna Soubry says:

    Some of the people who raise concerns about immigration in my constituency are frankly racist.

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    • 398
      sweet FA says:

      Why is Frank getting all this ?

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    • 402
      Anna Soufle, daft cow says:

      And I said on Marr, why, there is no problem in Broxbourne.

      So you see the intelligent response is to not move from your village and if you do, put a blindfold on.

      This is how I earned my next and soon to be announced promotion.

      Aren’t we wonderful. Vote me.

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    • 411
      Frank says:

      hhhhRRRRRickyyyy!!

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  77. 395

    Politics ‘on the verge of next mass extinction': UKIP have caused MP extinction rates to increase by up to 10,000 times – Indy

    Well, something like that.

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    • 401
      Idon'tneednodoctor says:

      Farage reminds me of the Faith Healers from the early 20th century. Farage promises everything but based on nothing, nothing at all. People are gullible and stupid at the same time.

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      • 408
        willie says:

        The phrase “I don’t need no doctor” contains a double negative.

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      • 409
        Liar Dave's Cast Iron Guarantee Co Ltd says:

        Roll up! Roll up! Come and get yer cast iron guarantees! Loverly cast iron guarantees! Yes you madam! You at the front! You want a cast iron guarantee I’ll reduce Britain’s debt? No problem! (Oops! I’ve doubled it!) And you, yes, you sir! You want a cast iron guarantee I’ll reduce immigration? But of course, Sir! (Ooops! I let half a million in last year!) And you, yes you! You want an EU referendum? Why no trouble at all, sir! (Sucker!)

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      • 410
        d u r a c e l l - b u n n y says:

        so… remind us of the difference between him and the alternatives?

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      • 412
        Here is BBC home service says:

        Seems the most gullible are the ones who will still vote for the LibLabCon after the damage those political parties have dine to the country and it’s people, it’s thank you very much sir we want more sir.

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      • 439
        Mycroft says:

        Nigel Farage is not Elmer Gantry nor anything of that ilk.

        Whereas I think Cameron really does have overtones of that character.

        Sometimes a vote for change needs not much more than a settled desire that any change will do.

        There is a need for change, we simply cannot continue like this, the Country is not in good shape financially and psychologically, there are two economies running in parallel today.

        If you are fortunate you will be OK but flooded by unnecessary costs in running a business or you’ll be hammered by PAYE, if you dare show your dissatisfaction by trying to hold on to more of your hard earned the Tax man can now just take it and so even ‘protest’ is now effectively outlawed, with-holding or finding a way of not paying tax is occasionally a moral thing to do, it’s abused for sure, but the right to protest in this matter has been removed, that is a vile state of affairs.

        The ‘Elite’ or as I prefer to call them, the Parasites who skim the cream for little real effort thanks to the network are also fine, I know of one that has in the last 12/13 years made £20m from just skimming various Co’s for topflite jobs, being useless, being found out to be useless and paid to f’ck off and keep his mouth shut, he is happy as a Larry.

        The unfortunate but working are paying the real price, no chance of financial upward mobility, no prospects for grown children to gain the fruits of the expanding economy or that family is weighed down with a rising bill mountain and shrinking budget.

        The unwaged are stuffed totally now, ridiculous low wages because the Gang-masters and the Agencies will chose the lowest paid to get the max return and the shortfall in wages on the lowest paid jobs is made up by the state, that money comes from in large part those in the paragraph just above this.

        There are too many companies that now use the state to make up wages, that has to stop, that will stop.

        The ‘Crime of the Century’ this time around is that when the tax rate dropped to 40% (of which I approve) there was no concomitant reduction in the number of employees that have to gain a state subsidy.

        That was the fault of that genetically cretinous George Osbourne and his idiot pal in No.10

        Lower taxes with less state payments to employees wage bills is the way out of this mess, it allows upward mobility as you get a proper living wage rather than handouts.

        The system, the stupidest and most wasteful system came about from that cancerous festering brain of Gordon ‘Shit-Colour-By-Moonlight’ Brown.

        You want out? I f’cking do…

        So i vote and campaign and try to influence UKIP into stopping the clusterf’ck we’ve endured for nearly 17 years.

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        • 442
          Mycroft says:

          That started small but couldn’t stop… :)

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        • 447
          We know the BBC is completely bent says:

          Very eloquently put and so true Mycroft.

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          • Mycroft says:

            Very kind, thank you.

            I was going to go on about the psychological foundation for explaining why, despite smears and condemnation, Farage is seemingly untouched by the spouters of vitriol.

            It’s not all charisma, it is in large part something very different to that… and to date it has gone unnoticed by the other parties, but I think I’ll hold on to that one for the time being, no point helping those I despise.

            …again, thanks.
            :)

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  78. 404
    Roger Hemler says:

    Let’s send the poofs to Mid Staffordshire NHS for processing.

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    • 413
      willie says:

      Or indeed to Tower Hamlets.

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    • 414
      The Holy Koran commands me to kill poofs. You is racist if you object. says:

      Or send them to the west Midlands to experience the rich immersive delights of multiculturalism.

      Inshallah!

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  79. 427

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  80. 445
    sweet FA says:

    “Ok guys, here it is, right ? we are affirming our Englishness, right now”
    “Ok Boss ”
    “Ok, so go out and affirm your Englishness and tell people what you are for!”
    “Ok Boss”,
    “Off you go, go go go”
    “Ok, er ? what are we doing again ?”
    “You, that is you,(points) are going out into the country and telling people what it is that, never mind , I’ll do it”

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    sweet FA says:

    Geordie accent ” Have you seen the P0rn in Twitter ?, I think that shud be be closed down like”

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  82. 450
    Milibros Senior says:

    So it ain’t racist to not want white immigrants from Eastern Europe then?

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      Milibros Junior Frightening old Lady says:

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      Dianne Abbott says:

      White people love to play divide and rule.

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      Jezza says:

      It’s not colour, it’s culture, you thick twat

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      jgm2 says:

      Stupid c*unt.

      Albert Schweitzer characterised Africa as the ‘white man’s burden’

      He devoted his life to bringing the white man’s medicine to Africa and still gets fuck all thanks. 25 or so years ago I was looking for oil in Gabon and swung by Lambarene overnight and spent the evening in the company of a particularly lovely Peace Corp girl. As a white bloke my genes were very welcome in Gabon although I was in no mood to share them around, whatt with AIDS being at the height of it’s powers.

      With air travel so cheap I have yet to hear of a single ‘African American’ for the past 100 years who has abandoned the US to return to Africa. If I was an African I’d be fucking furious that my ancestors hadn’t lived closer to the coast so that the arabs could have sold them to the whites.

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    REALITY CHECK says:

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      Stall_Survey says:

      All surveys are biased. This one depends on how you put the question.
      The euro-skeptics have been divided down the middle by splitting the important “leave” question into two.
      Everyone knows that reforms eventually get overridden by Brussels anyway – so really if you do not like the EU it will never, ever get any better – only considerably worse.

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  84. 455
    Former Ukip Voter says:

    So, are Ukip going to throw all their toys out of the pram? Are they going to usher in an era of Ed Balls and the destruction of everyone’s savings and pensions?

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      Here is BBC home service says:

      It’s first past the post voting and UKIP is a political party out to try and take control, if Liebour come first , then Liebour win and UKIP try again , if Ed Balls gets in the blame the Liebour braindead for voting Liebour and wrecking everyone’s savings and pensions.

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      Nigel's Vision says:

      Listen to Mr Farage’s interview with Mr Marr that took place this morning to have your answer and his vision for social mobility in Britain

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    Paddy Pantsdown says:

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      Here is BBC home service says:

      Who cares the Libcraps have done the damage to the country with windmills and global warming taxes, better for them to take a taxi ride to hell.

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        Mycroft says:

        A spent force in politics, both Ashdown and the LibDems, PA should know more than most that to win any battle you have to define your own goals and stick to them and only relinquish the objective if you plan a retreat, otherwise it’s a rout.

        The Clegg creature was in retreat and it very quickly became a rout as the Tories made them lose their objectives and as a bonus their objectivity.

        The old fool has forgotten the principles of combat and readiness himself, for example where was Ashdown when Clegg backed down over Student Loans?

        The point about having an ‘old guard’ is that they have a role, they should be presenting a view from a position of experience, he deserted this role, he is in part to blame for the LibDems fall from grace and favour.

        He’s a failure.

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    Unclean says:

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    sweet FA says:

    England, the jewel in India’s Crown

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    True or False????? says:

    THE REAL REASON CAMERON WANTS TO HOLD A REFERENDUM IN 2017.

    Between 1st November 2014 and 31st March 2017 the Lisbon treaty and the others will be fully in operation and the right of Parliament to legislate over us in 43 areas (the important ones) will be removed and be made subject to approval, by a majority vote of the lying undemocratic and unelected EU. One of these 43 areas is the withdrawal of a member state. Basically after March 31st 2017, even if we did vote to leave the EU in a referendum, the EU would still have to vote in favour of it.

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      Is this the latest Lemon Party made up factoid?

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      T D Uswanquor says:

      Utter bollocks. There is NOTHING to prevent us just telling the EU to fuck off as we walk away from it all. All we need is determined leadership to make the point that we have all had enough of their unchallenged shit which seems to be ever more loaded on to our heads..

      Most treaties are not worth the paper they are printed on – especially if circumstances change over time. Once we start the walk out, there is a good chance that others will follow suit and decide they too have had enough of this untrammelled out of control commie authoritarianism.

      What are they going to do about it? Invade? Blockade the sea lanes? Stamp their little feet and skweem? They will very early on note the absence of our 55 million quid a day.

      FFS wake up and smell the coffee!! There is a big wide world out there with whom we can happily trade and continue to have warm relations. We really do not need the EU in our lives any more.

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    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    People who have a high turn over of personal staff are firstly ambitious and secondly usually quite successful financially.

    Ms Berger needs watching carefully methinks.

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    Morme1985 says:

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    TreatmeRuffley says:

    She can’t have a worse record than Guido’s erstwhile favourite David Brent…aka David Ruffley?
    If she does…don’t tell Ruffley as he might get really angry then!

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