June 9th, 2014

Rich’s Monday Morning View


175 Comments

  1. 1
    You don't say says:

    Rebecca Adlington is a Tory?

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  2. 2
    Clown (Ex Swivel-Eyed Loon) says:

    Well they are becoming more fashionable in the UK.

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  3. 3
    My mum says it's time to go back to school says:

    So a unelected SPAD is out PR’ing her boss by resigning, will she complain she left because of racism or will it be one of the other ism’s, is this the new way of resigning by political hangers on.

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  4. 4
    Village Idiot says:

    ….At last, 5th column activities, by islamists, is being acted on, albeit in a tip of the iceberg way!…For many, many years, islamists have infiltrated every layer of establishment,protected by political correctness and shouts of racism and intolerance to anyone that raised concerns!…Sorry to say I learned a valuable lesson in 1971, on a trip to North Africa, never trust a muslim!
    …It is now up to politicians to root out this cancer in our British Society!!!!

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    • 6
      Anonymous says:

      Fat chance

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      • 83
        JadedJean19 says:

        ‘4 Village Idiot wrote

        “For many, many years, islamists have infiltrated every layer of establishment,protected by political correctness and shouts of racism and intolerance to anyone that raised concerns!…”

        But the Racial Equality Act and the Political Correctness that logically followed on from it came about decades before the Islamists were invited to this country.
        It was Dreben that was looking over Rawls’s shoulder when he came up with the crackpot idea of Social Justice guided by the principle of The Veil of Ignorance (oh the irony in the name of that discredited concept!).

        I’m afraid you’ll have to do a better analysis of the root causes that brought us to where we are today.

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        • 109
          Bob cuntface Crow says:

          Notice that cretin Mathew Wright this morning ignoring the evidence on mozzie schools and using it to have a go at extremism in Catholic schools,fucking spunksack.

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          • The Growler says:

            You have to admit Roman Catholics have been trying to get get feet under the table of power in the UK, Jews have more MPs in the HoC than their percentage in the population (Disreali was the only Jewish Prime Minister in UK history and he became CoE to get that), there are more Scots in the HoC in proportion to to their numbers, both Conners and Liebore. The Muslims are just trying to play catchup. London is and always has been a melting pot absorbing immigrants from all over the world, London should truely be a separate country, there are so many different spoken languages with English spoken as the common language by second generation immigrants.

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        • 112
          Lawrence of Arabia says:

          Maybe the forthcoming investigation into the Muslim Brotherhood will uncover the decades of infiltration financed by the Saudis and Quataris in their declared mission to create a Califate.
          Now we need to use our new-found Hate laws to defend our cilivisation, rather than those who seek to destroy it.

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        • 147
          Village Idiot says:

          ….I can only make a point on this issue based on 45 years of observation..This is what my 5th column point is!….I have seen it and I cannot alter the reality,but it is up to the great and good to address this matter, but first,they have to admit there is a problem!…In my opinion, this is not a muslim country, it is primarily a Christian country and there are numerous muslim countries around the world!…This problem has been imported by our educated elites ,over years, why?.. I do not know!

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    • 7
      First Minister, Stormont says:

      Or take the cowards way out, bow to political correctness and apologise to them for no reason whatsoever

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    • 10
      My mum says it's time to go back to school says:

      It’s time to show how good your political party is, by “acting” upon concerns the country has, it’s eleven months to go to a general election and it’s acting time, it’s pretend you care time, it’s making sure your back at the trough time, it’s promise the world time, it’s everything to everybody time, that’s until you get back in and you go back to not caring a fck as companies queue up to pour money into you bank account, or in other words, it’s just words and nothing will be done.

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      • 25
        The witless mong in Number 10 says:

        How can you be so cynical??

        Now, vote for my party in 11 months’ time and I’ll reduce immigration, reduce debt and reduce EU interference and I’ll deliver a government that listens to what the public says.

        No, really. I know I promised all that in 2010, but I really really really mean it this time.

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        • 58
          fhip says:

          I have to assume that you are referring pre government change in 2010 to Brown, who was a witless mong and/or the fxxxing unbelievable shower of shite sitting on the opposition benches who advised, supported and enacted Labour’s 13 year reign of terror and are currently complaining incessantly about cleaning up problems that they created.

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        • 60
          Pants on fire says:

          A cast Iron promise?

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    • 142
      Vik says:

      Has anyone ever seen Ed Balls and Ratko Mladić in the same room at the same time?

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  5. 8
    Spartacus says:

    Early one today – did they wet the bed

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  6. 9
    Anonymous says:

    Who? What?

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  7. 11
    Ab_Fabs says:

    Why is it, dear, when you put two mature women’s heads together you always end up with ‘absolutely fabulous’?

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  8. 12
    Anonymous says:

    Charles who?

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  9. 13
    William Wallace says:

    Spent half an hour trying to find this Ofsted Report without success to read it and come to my own conclusions.

    The thing has not even been published although Cameron and every other persons dog is talking about it and sticking their oars in.

    This is democracy operating in the Union.

    Another good reason for voting for independence: Westminster treats the people with sanctimonious contempt.

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  10. 14
    Guy News Room says:

    In other news

    Cameron urged to intervene as May begins to eat Gove:

    http://wp.me/p3hxMj-yI

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  11. 15
    Hamspam Chowder says:

    Why are people attacking the religion of piss ?

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  12. 17
    Anonymous says:

    had to laugh at the BBC news last night. They led on the spad for 10 minutes and then at the end for about 30 seconds they said some allegations about muslims infiltrating schools.

    balanced reporting at its best.

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    • 28
      Why watch it? says:

      That’s 10 minutes and 30 seconds of your life that you’ll never get back.

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    • 114
      Another anonymous says:

      I had the misfortune to listen to BBC radio yesterday when Keef Vaz was pontificating at length on the Gove/May spat and the trojan horse affair. Did our national treasure of a broadcaster ask Vaz what Labour knew and did about islamist infiltration in schools? No, of course they didn’t.

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  13. 21
    Jezza says:

    Just woken up. What are the muzzers up to today in the world? All quiet hopefully

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    • 24
      Sad Dick Kunt says:

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      • 33
        AK48 says:

        No ‘maybe’ about it. Open your fucking eyes – it’s there for all to see everywhere you look from rancid rabid muzzy preachers in the street to burqas in Birmingham to halal meat in every effing supermarket in the country.

        If the government really do not grip this nettle firmly now and forcibly expel all these muzzy infiltrators, there will be civil war in this country within 10 years. To see what your beautiful little market town could look like, just watch the news from Syria, Baghdad or anywhere in Parkystarn or India. You have been warned.

        They could start by shutting the wide open borders. (I wonder if that is pencilled in on Ed’s blank sheet of paper?).

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        • 37
          Vote Tory, get Sharia. says:

          “If the government really do not grip this nettle firmly now.. there will be civil war in this country within 10 years”

          Civil war it is, then.

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          • Del Boy's naybor says:

            Pssst, wanna buy a pitchfork? Better still buy yourself a couple of pigs and/or dogs. Them’s haram, them is.

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          • SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            It will not be civil war ,it will be a race war against the invaders (plus some of their treacherous friends) that is looking more likely to happen every day as more of the reality of just what Labour did to this country hits home.

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          • The Lone Ranger says:

            Vote UKIP and stop it happening.

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          • Tonto says:

            You’re wrong Kemo Sabe. If I knew who this Mohamed guy is I’m sure I’d be one of them. Coz I is underprivileged.

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        • 38
          Harridan Harmanhater says:

          We’d be in serious trouble if we couldn’t rely on the millions of postal votes cast by the adherents of the religion of peace.

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        • 62
          The Boy's in Brazil . . . says:

          Meanwhile on ‘Today’ this morning smarmy Little Evan’s in Brazil, prompting interviewees to tell him how marvellous unfettered immigration is . . .

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        • 64
          Meanwhile in the fields of Cheshire says:

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        • 82
          SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          The one border that can never be closed is the maternity wards !

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      • 34
        Vote Tory, get Sharia. says:

        “It is appalling it had taken this government and the last so long to get to grips with Islamic extremism in Birmingham’s schools”.

        This government hasn’t got to grips with it. This government is pissing its pants in fear of upsetting the culturally enriching ones, while pointing at each other, screaming “it’s YOUR fault!”

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        • 69
          Oh what a lovely Civil War says:

          They’re passing their pants because this is a Civil Service programme that has been pushed through irrespective of political oversight or concerns. Like the old game of “Pass the Parcel in the Belfast pub”, it has finally gone off and what calls itself “The Coalition” is holding it. NOW, when public outrage demands lots and lots of heads gaily rolling down Birmingham and Bradford Streets, and in Westminster, it is Mr Gove who should assume the mien of an Avenging a Angel (2nd Class) and go through the upper echelon of the DoE like shit through a goose.
          Now, Mr Gove, even Cameron dare not interfere.

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      • 146
        BBC Obergruppenführer says:

        No, no, no. We won’t have that.

        You’re all ists and phobics and guilty of counter revolutionary activities.

        As soon as we open the gulag, we’ll have the lot of you for re-education.

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    • 39
      albacore says:

      Oh my – can’t you say “kweer” here any more?
      It’s clearly a word we must all deplore
      Maybe Fawkes can add a dictionary
      Of what we can put and what’s too hairy

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      • 73
        Bill Dersbum says:

        Fella in Seven Psychopaths film said –
        ‘It’s not fags any more it’s homos’

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    • 49

      Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 135
      Bob cuntface Crow says:

      They are little scamps arnt they,always up to shenanigans.

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  14. 29
    Viperous Old Vince says:

    AFTER ALL THE TRIALS & TRIBULATIONS, GOOD TO SEE NICK HAS RETAINED HIS SENSE OF HUMOUR.

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    • 40
      Lord Pantsdown of Nobrain-sub-Human says:

      Thanks to Nick Clegg’s masterful leadership, the Liberal Democrats secured a very good result in Newark, unlike UKIP, of course!

      Now if you’ll kindly excuse me, I have to find someone to smirk at.

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    • 148
      Biker Bob says:

      Kick start – everyone else uses electronic ignition these days

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  15. 30

    I had a wonderful nanny, once.

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  16. 43
    MI5 says:

    We like Fiona

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  17. 44
    Fiona Cunningham says:

    With 3.5m children expected to be in poverty by 2020, Iain Duncan Smith admits there’s work to do. “I’m still aiming for 5 million,” he said.

    Hear ! Hear !

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    • 51
      Here is BBC home service says:

      How can that be Loony Brown eradicated child poverty in the 1997-2010 reign of terror, he threw billions of pounds doing it and gave all the kids new laptops and Broadband and games machines or was it just one of his dreams or lies, his dreams and lies are so mixed up, it’s hard to tell.

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      • 56
        Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

        We imported another 5 million during said Reign of Terror 1997-2010, hence the problem.

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      • 66
        Marxy says:

        RedEd sez: We’ll extend to the vote to all children over 3 months. It’s the right thing to do. That’ll solve child poverty, together with QE of a couple of trillion . . . You rich people can afford it.’

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    • 61
      Socialism is theft says:

      You forgot to mention that a good chunk of that 3.5m will be immigrants. Another blessing. Dave wants to open the doors to millions more Turks through the EU and many more Chinese who get here pretending to be students and end up cockle fishing or engaged in the illegal drug industry.

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    • 67
      Fog says:

      What is ‘child poverty’? Do these poor children live alone or are their parents also poor? What is their definition of being poor? Having to share a bedroom with a sibling?

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      • 84
        M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

        It’s like fuel poverty, fags poverty and, my favourite, plasma tv poverty.

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        • 97
          SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          How can child poverty be be eradicated if cigarettes are £ 8 pound a packet ,there is 10% green tax on energy bills, £55,000,000 a day is going to the EU and about £12,000,000,000 per year is going into to Swiss bank accounts of African dictators?

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          • Bert says:

            How can child poverty ever be eradicated if the income of a household “in poverty” is defined relative to the average wage?

            “Solving child poverty” is simply another mechanism for the redistribution of wealth, the government and its remoras of course interceding and taking a substantial percentage for themselves.

            Here endeth my Monday rant.

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          • Anonymous says:

            @Bert

            It can’t. Which is very convenient for the “welfare industry” which employs millions of well paid Labour supporters whose main aim is to rise to a level in their organisation where actual content with their client base is minimal or non existent.

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          • Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

            … and their salaries reach the very high 5 figures.

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    • 149
      Various lefty pop-stars, comedians, BBC acts and other assorted deluded lefty dickheads says:

      But we Made Poverty History!

      It wasn’t easy dividing all our money between the other 3 Billion people on the planet – but we did it!

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  18. 45
    King of Saudi Arabia says:

    Is that Karachi airport behind her?

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  19. 46
    Spoonface with no plot says:

    She works for me…

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  20. 47
    Man_of_the_Moment says:

    Made me me larff last night when they announced, anti-extremeist “tough new measures” against Trojan Schools.
    …… namely that Guv’nors of schools found to have been guilty of indoctrination will be disallowed from holding future guv’norships………
    That’ll really make ‘em quake in their sandals – that one!

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  21. 48
    Grant Crapps, anti Tory Chairman says:

    We love circular fire squads

    Total Tory clusterfuck

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    • 52
      Here is BBC home service says:

      Camorons Conservatives are just repeating Loony Brown and co’s pretend to do something, it’s voting time, us trash see it happening on tv and believe every word, if it’s on tv it must be true.

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      • 151
        anon says:

        ….I became aware of the murder of a British soldier ,on the streets of London, in broad daylight, by a muslim, from the BBC!!!!

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    • 55
      Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

      Don’t be daft.

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    • 59

      General observation from last night

      http://tinyurl.com/nfscmpl

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      • 65
        Buridan's Ass says:

        Vote Conservative

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      • 80

        Monnet was echoing a French observation, in stark terms (it was just after the shock of WWII), that had been around for almost a hundred years or so since then.

        The competition between uncooperative nation states was predicted to be a source of major conflict in Europe, and it was shown to be the case twice in the 20th Century.

        The US by comparison has not experienced the issue, except during the Civil War which was triggered by States seceding from the Union hence creating an uncooperative situation between member States on the North American continent.

        Proudhon’s observation of the evolution of States within Europe along national lines has led to ‘sketches’ of governance, since the full collapse of Rome, speaks directly to this.

        Looking at the US model, and what Briand was speaking of, for political cooperation between States and a Federal sovereign it is necessary for there to be a state of mutual consent and recognition.

        The member State recognizes the Federal Authority through contract, the relationship is more one of alliance than partnership.

        The Federal Authority recognizes the member States’ sovereignty as an unalienable right expressed by Constitution and commanded by the People.

        In that way it is possible for the individual to recognize and find allegiance with the Federal Sovereign whilst not being forced to detach from their local sovereign roots and ‘national’ beliefs. Eventually, the nationalist instinct will transform into a looser bond with the member State, but the individual can remain ‘connected’ spiritually to the land of their birth and where they will likely live most of their life.

        This is speaking of a United States of Union.

        The United States of Unity would seek to crush the inalienable rights of the People and member States under the weight of a top heavy Federal Sovereign. The term ‘Federal Monarchy’ is perhaps relevant in the case of Europe, and with the model being pushed by the Pan-Europa group.

        Monnet is being targeted again because these ideas, those which go back to Briand and Proudhon (even though they have a ‘lefty’ flavour) it would appear are being actively suppressed again.

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        • 89

          ‘Monnet was echoing a French observation, in stark terms (it was just after the shock of WWII), that had been around for almost a hundred years or so at that time.’

          – Garbled. See Proudhon 1863, ‘Du Principe federatif’ – core translation here: http://www.ditext.com/proudhon/federation/federation.html

          Some observations on Coudenhove-Kalgeri’s family history, particularly how it was chased into Austr!a during the time of the French revolution (presumably losing land and wealth in H’olland etc. at the time) would help explain why some in Europe would prefer not to see European Federation along the enlightened lines endorsed by F’rance, and would prefer to see less liberty available in the resulting system.

          Back to Ralph: Can you see what it is yet ? :-)

          Vote UKIP :-D

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          • Proudhon was a complex thinker whose views appeared to change, particularly on the issue of what constitutes socialism. So, as with AH, one can get into fruitless discussions with lefties as to what the S term means and why it doesn’t apply to some factions who use it in self description…

            Confess, I largely wrote him off in my younger days but revisiting and revising. This might take time as I am engaged in other matters, some nice, some downright tedious, at the moment.

            My “to read” list, never short, has seldom been longer. :-)

            Maybe much later in the day.

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          • It is worth following the history / ideas on several parallel lines in this case.

            i) The ideas / development of the political science / philosophy. European and to a degree US thinkers are more relevant than English at present.

            ii) How those ideas could have rubbed off on the practitioners – eg. Monnet, Briand, C-K etc. Check for actual documented evidence only – filter out the hearsay or any personal preconceptions that cannot be backed up with a credible source – and be careful with the sources: Revisionism is a scourge.

            iii) The general historical contexts. Cui bono and again a credibility filter help.

            Don’t get too bogged down with left vs. right in terms of ideology. I only mentioned the left leaning as the political split is part of what is apparently going on. More relevant in this case is the dynamic of an older order which did not do too well out of the Revolution in France, and were stuffed by Wilson post WWI (14 points…). Trying to steal power which rightly should be with the People is problematic, especially as it would seem G’ermany is on their side this time.

            The long term implications of this are clear. They have the upper hand at present.

            This recent G’uardian article surprisingly speaks of this, if it is read right:

            http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/jun/06/editorial-european-comission-presidency-old-politics-new-times

            What is needed is a strategy that can allow the democratic legitimacy of the President and recent vote to be established for Citizens, whilst staying the anti-democratic forces from dominating: Reversing the isolationist path Europe is currently on would also be smart.

            The political stability of the EU is paramount concern, but pragmatism on where power should rightly lay is not an option.

            Vote UKIP :-D

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  23. 70
    Fiona Cunningham says:

    Has Chris Huhne resigned yet?

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  24. 76
    Jimmy says:

    Four years late with the economy, floundering in Europe, still unable to control his own cabinet… Cameron must cringe at his own reflection.

    Give it up, son. You’re just not cut out for this, no matter what your education says. Let someone else have a go.

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    • 86
      retardEd Miliband says:

      Yeth. Cameron thould have perthued the thame polithieth ath Pwethident Hollande, jutht ath I would have done, then Bwitain too would be woaring ahead!

      Oh yeth!

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    • 87
      Ed Balls - Bilderberger bag carrier says:

      Me, me, me, me!

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    • 91
      Socialism is theft says:

      Yes give it up and get a real Tory as leader or get the next five years of Labour screwing up the economy as they always do. Cowards shouldn’t be running the country.

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    • 96
      The Labour Party says:

      Ed leads Britain forwards!

      Newark, 2010:
      2nd Labour, 11,438 votes, 22.3%
      4th UKIP, 1,954 votes, 3.8 %

      Newark 2014:
      2nd UKIP, 10,028 votes, 25.9%
      3rd Labour, 6,842 votes, 17.7%

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      • 100
        Watch this space says:

        Yvette will be a new dawn for labour come 2015.
        She already has a big following amongst female voters, and will continue to gain such.

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  25. 77
    Labour 2015 winner says:

    We love Yvette

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  26. 88
    National Elf says:

    Tories stabbing each other in the back, God knowns what they will do to the Lib Dems come the election, Burn them at the stake. The nasty party in all its nasty me first second and third mode. They are not to be trusted to run a piss up in a brewery

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    • 95
      Socialism is theft says:

      Whereas Labour can be trusted to wreck the economy as they always have done in the past.

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      • 99
        The Labour Party says:

        Yes, but we really really really promise not to start any illegal wars next time.

        We won’t kill hundreds of thousands of people abroad, like we did last time.

        And we won’t allow the NHS to kill tens of thousands of people here, either. Not like last time.

        After all, we’re not the Nasty Party, are we?

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      • 168
        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        Not only have they always wrecked the economy ,they have done so deliberately, motivated by socialist spite, envy, and marxist ideology !

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    • 98
      A Brewery says:

      We’re not having those Hunts back! They fucking wrecked the place last time, left saying daddy would pay… C*NTS

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  27. 90
    Para ella eunice-vers says:

    Imagine if Huhne was in charge of Libdem clusterfuck
    and he hadn’t speeded
    and he hadn’t fucked a lesbian
    and Vicky hadn’t got all vengeful
    and he hadn’t lied
    and he hadn’t gone to prison
    then….. the Libs would be on a 100 seat majority next year!

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    • 153
      anon says:

      …As long as the Libdems say they are the party of in, they alienate 40% of the electorate straight away!

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  28. 92
    Grant"The Cheeky Chappie" Shapps says:

    Michael Gove versus Theresa May: it ain’t over http://tgr.ph/1kZmlEs

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  29. 94
    In excess says:

    She’s no suicide blonde!

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  30. 101
    Recipe4Disaster says:

    Why don’t we just hand over large bags of tax payer cash to muslims so they can teach the kids :?:

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  31. 104
    nell says:

    It does app e a r that someone has made a mountain out of a molehill doesn’t it? They need to put it behind them and get on with running the country.

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  32. 105
    Fruitcake, swivel eyed loony, closet racist, crank and gadfly says:

    Decision made. Please Scotland vote yes.

    And don’t forget to take your share of the national debt and the labours mps you sent to Westminster with you.

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    • 111
      Anonymous says:

      All conservatives should support the SNP proposal to guarantee Tory Westminster rule forever! Once Scottish independence is voted for all English involvement in the Scottish economy should be withdrawn and all relative jobs brought south of the boarder. All Scottish labour MPs should be repatriated North of the boarder and the Mad Mong never being allowed into England again!!

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      • 120
        inside out says:

        THere will be thousands of Scots pouring over Hadrians Wall to get into England.The Scottish economy will collapse because all who are left are OAP’s or on benefits.Alex Salmond will blame posh boy Tories,and we have yet another third world country on our doorstep.Life is grand.

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        • 152
          anon says:

          …They could import muslims to make up the shortfall, as they contribute massively to society, making it a wonderful country with minarets everywhere and the call to prayer echoeing down the Bonny Glens!…

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          • SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            I wonder how many ISAs and savings accounts are going south as we read these comments.

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      • 170
        Dangerous Brian says:

        Which boarder would that be, the one paying for B&B or the one nailing plasterboard to a wall?
        Border FFS.

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  33. 106
    Ziggy says:

    This less than important spat between ineffectual nobodies may bring the country to its knees, all facing towards mecca!

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  34. 107
    Col Ripper of Braintree says:

    She looks dynamite in that outfit and her resignation was a nobel gesture

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  35. 108
    Anonymous says:

    Has May apologised for this yet or is she too busy handing out passports?

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    • 110
      Col Ripper of Braintree says:

      Ii think you meant

      VIBRANT CULTURAL AMBASSADORS POUR INTO BRITAIN

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      • 131
        A father says:

        It’s all going to end in violence and tears I fear.

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        • 154
          anon says:

          ……I ,sadly, have to agree!…The educated elite have let this country down really badly,and they use the term, “Modern Britain”…..More like, Back to the Dark Ages Britain!

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          • SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            Educated elite my arse ,the labour voting idiots enabled this to happen, if you imagine Blair to be educated then I pity you !

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    • 123
      Labour says:

      I’m sure everyone will agree that pressure on housing, schools, jobs, NHS and transport is a small price to pay for this wonderful cultural enhancement. Plus they will all vote for us because we let them in

      And anyone who says anything else is a waaaaaaaaaacist!

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    • 126
      The Libor party says:

      Excellent !

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  36. 113

    Tim Montgomerie is a thick twat.

    Isn’t he?

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    • 119
      Anonymous says:

      Yes. He’s No 8 on the list of why the Consevatives didn’t get enough seat 2010.

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    • 127
      Tw@t Watch says:

      He’s an evangelical Christian which means he’s probably g@y and very frustrated.

      Nuff said really.

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      • 133
        Col Ripper of Braintree says:

        44 and never married
        Need I say more?
        Mrs Ripper can spot” sensitive” types from a mile away
        The evangelical God bothering and facial topiary are a dead giveaway

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    • 127
      Col Ripper of Braintree says:

      probably queer, it seems that these most of them are
      Camerons A list must mean the arsebandit list

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  37. 129
    Anonymous says:

    Hope Heywood’s investigation was a bit sharper than his Plodgate effort.

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    • 143
      Traitor spotter says:

      Heywood is a Blair/CIA plant

      Everything he does proves it

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      • 166
        Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

        Plus he actually works for one of the crooked banks in the City, yet draws a civil service salary whilst spreading lefty poison in the ear of the PM.

        Is there really nobody throughout the entire A stream of the CS who could replace this two faced cvnt?

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    Anonymous says:

    Don’t you just love the way this story is being spun? So it’s all about a battle between Oliver and spads. Nothing to do with Ministers at all.

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    ROFLMAO says:

    No not at the cartoon, but the article on “seen elsewhere”

    http://www.conservativehome.com/thetorydiary/2014/06/cameron-must-do-to-britains-islamists-what-thatcher-did-to-the-trade-unions.html

    About as much chance of Dave dealing with this problem as there is putting a man on Pluto!

    He could not handle not being mister nice guy! Plus it’s too late of course!

    This cult is the ultimate fith column.

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  40. 136
    Col Ripper of Braintree says:

    That is why we wouldn’t have them the army, can you imagine that lot let loose on the Falklands?, no sheep would have been safe !

    My late Grandfather found the same thing when he invaded Italy, the local men were all rather keen on the local livestock
    To his dying day mt Grandfather refused to wear anything made from Italian wool

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    • 167
      Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

      I hope he wore the best virgin wool. That comes from the sheep who can run the fastest.

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    Not in my name says:

    But…only last week Theresa made a vow that no nasty No.10 type would do for the Fragrent Fiona!

    Oh well. Just another broken promise.

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  43. 158
    Anonymous says:

    Didn’t Murray’s mummy pick the new coach anyway?

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      Scotch eggs, Scotch balls. he will not get anywhere near to winning Wibbledown this year. says:

      She’s foreign, so must have slipped in via a busload of immigs.

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  44. 171
    I've found the Conservatives says:

    Al- Jabeeba are excelling themselves this morning.
    The Islamic separatists that have taken over sxhools in Birmingham are conservative Musliks.

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  45. 172
    Bob cuntface Crow says:

    Owen .The day you run a gay night in your local mossque without any problems is the day I will start to listen to you .

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