June 6th, 2014

Farage Drowns His Sorrows at the Newark Count

Despite his Maltese hangover, Nigel Farage was back on the Malbec at the Newark count:

Taking it down a notch or two from his jet-set partying earlier in the week.


26 Comments

  1. 1
    pulled says:

    a pint

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  2. 2
    Jeremy Thorpe says:

    Hair of the dog and all that.

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  3. 3
    Son of Leon says:

    Charlie Kennedy ?

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  4. 5

    *flings seaweed back into sea and gets pissed*

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  5. 6
    Mycroft says:

    Sorrows?

    A more than 12 fold increase in votes…

    How does that work.

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  6. 7
    BREAKING NEWS says:

    Bloke has drink.

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    • 25
      Froggie says:

      What it like down the Gut these days Nige ?Bloody good run ashore in my days a bottle of Marsavin steak egg and chips ,a black eye and a bloody nose and change out of five bob

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  7. 9
    Taxfodder says:

    Jet Set Partying……?

    The bounder! running around Malta (jetset party hot spot) getting pissed I would never do that. how dare he?

    Then of all things rushing back to Newark just for more free drinks and, a pack of pork scratchings I should not wonder, the man is a disgrace…….

    Ops!……is my blue slip is showing?

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  8. 10
    Ed says:

    I had a Malteser hangover once when I graduated. What’s Malbec?

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  9. 11
    Vote UKIP/Labour to ensure England stays in the EU says:

    Get back in the euro trough Farage, you fuckhole

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  10. 12
    lastofthesummervintage says:

    Fork the lot of them; Farage gets my vote pissed or not.
    Better than those sparkling water luvvies who would piss away our sovereignty to Brussels in a heartbeat.

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  11. 13
    Junkers 88 says:

    It’s taken another 70 years, but the Fourth Reich will win this time!

    The brave guys celebrating D-day will be gone, and we are easily over-running the ConLibLabbers already.

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  12. 16
    TobyG says:

    H/T Junius blog – However, he did admit he was there to raise money for his party but refused to say if he was going to keep the fee.
    He said: “I have not decided that yet. I might, I might not. I have some very serious medical bills.

    Errrr Nigel, you are an MEP. The European Parliament will reimburse you your medical bills! So will you keep the fee, Nigel?

    Also, Nigel, if she is so disabled that she needs her hand held, should she really be wearing those heels?

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  13. 17
    Maggie's ghost says:

    Is that Malbec from Argentina?

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  14. 18
    Gary Elsby Stoke says:

    The game’s up Nigel.
    UKIP supporters are worthy of their BIG MOUTH (racist) names they are called.

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  15. 22
    Fenton says:

    The USkip flash in the pan is all over Red Rover. Surely the British people aren’t actually moronic enough to thnk that Nigel Farage is anything but a money grabbing wannabe toffee nosed ignorant drunken twatface who hates the scum who vote for him but takes their vote to further his career.

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    • 24
      The Public says:

      Yeah – we think the Tories and Labour and Lib Dems are all honest people with the competence necessary to run the country – pay no attention to the massive bankrupting debt that they’ve run up over the last few decades.

      Vote for more of the same, vote for bankruptcy.

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    • 26
      salty balls says:

      SSo your quite happy to to see your country given away
      to unelected thieves. Fu…ing traitor

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  16. 23
    The Public says:

    Guido – spewing out complete establishment BS – becoming a thing on this site now.

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