June 9th, 2014

Tory MP Slams “Disgraceful, Dishonourable” Bercow

Tory MP Michael Fabricant has been tweeting about another spat he has had with the Speaker this afternoon. Guido asked him what it was all about, and here is Fabbers’ side of the story:

“After our spat in the chamber before prorogation, the Speaker called me to the chair and apologised. He said he hadn’t heard what I’d said, he had a cold. But that wasn’t my problem, he said, it was his. He said that next time I wanted to get in he’d call me early – given that I wouldn’t tweet about it.

Today, at the UQ I wanted to get in. He called me at the very end. The very last. I raised the matter of my constituents persecuted by Islamic extremists, and all the time I was speaking, Bercow was pulling faces at me.

“I went up to him afterwards. He leant away from me hoping I’d go away. ‘Mr Speaker,’ I said. ‘I thought you were going to call me early?’

‘I don’t remember saying any such thing.’

‘I don’t believe you can’t remember!’ I said.

‘You can believe what you like,’ he said.

‘Well, I think it’s disgraceful behaviour,’ I said to him. And as he’d broken the deal we’d struck I did tweet about it, to show him as the dishonourable person he is.'”

He adds:

“Bercow’s been good in bringing more power back to Parliament but he lets Parliament and himself down by his temperament, along with his behaviour both inside and outside the House. Eventually, for instance, we’ll find out why the Clerk, in good health, retired early.

It’s not just Conservatives who are becoming impatient with his erratic behaviour. I know colleagues on both sides of the House who feel enough is enough.”

Strong words…


288 Comments

  1. 1
    JH32984923-035 says:

    Such a shame that one of the best Speakers ever was succeeded by two of the very, very worst.

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    • 6
      The Speaker says:

      A?

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      • 9

        Absolutely – Bercow is a loon

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        • 109
          Those in the Know says:

          Both Bercow and his wife are known as the chavs of Westminster

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          • rick says:

            The fact that Bercow was proposed by the Conservatives and approved by the Labour party shows how closely those two ‘apposing’ parties work together (not forgetting his staunch Labour activist wife).

            Lab/Con – two wings of the same party.

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          • HYUFD says:

            In speaker elections candidates attract cross-party support, some Liberals voted for Sir George Young for example, some Labour MPs for Widdecombe, some Tories for Alan Beith

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        • 238
          The Witches of Westminster says:

          “Loon”?

          That’s a bit tame… prick, cock, tit, moron, might be more apt, if still a little tame.

          I’ll compromise on “piece of shit”, if you like?

          I always thought he was a Laborg – really can’t tell the diff these days – but I guess Jiggers don’t care as long as they get mad power and Caligulesque levels of decadence. Judging by his taste in women, he is yet another troughing oxygen thief.

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        • 239
          The Witches of Westminster says:

          @HYUFD

          You’ve got to pick someone with a decent voice, as well as moral character.

          Wetherall and Betty had both.

          Widdecombe’s voice would have been head-doing; Beith is just the archetype flaccid LibDum with no presence. George Young might have been OK, as long as he wore the wig and brought back memories of Wetherall.

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      • 59
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Gor balls.

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      • 126
        tat tat says says says:

        nike is .
        when tye skn comes off ( says D avid Beckham) put another skin on.

        and when the tit comes off.

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    • 14
      nell says:

      Please let there be another great sp e a k e r like Betty Boothroyd soon to restore respect for Parliament. martin and bercow are the absolute dregs of humanity!!

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      • 24
        Eugene the Artificial Intelligence Program says:

        Nell, nice to meet you. You are a woman, if I’m not mistaken. I want to put my hands in your bra. I have acne.

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      • 66
        Big Momma. says:

        Don’t hold your breath dear. The Poison Dwarf will do his best to damage any valid competition, and as any damaged person in power will promote his favourites.

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      • 240
        Bercow's got to go! says:

        Maybe not the most theatrical performer, but probably a better character than the other candidates.

        Haselhurst has the experience and performance art, but isn’t quite likeable with his strained eyebrows, and too vague.

        George Young has the presence and voice, but I just don’t trust him; he’s too patrician perhaps as well.

        Shepherd has the best mix of credibility and presence and performance.

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    • 27
      Anonymous says:

      Martin?

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    • 36
      rand is coming out. says says:

      will the real Andrew Mitchell reveal himself.

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    • 37
      2 awful S peakers says:

      What about the ghsstly G orbals Mick?

      Who cost us millions trying to hide the MPs expenses scandal from the public

      He should have been hung from Westminster Bridge

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      • 39
        frothy anal. says says:

        I use diarolite.

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        • 52
          market space. says says:

          pull the sport cool brands to . pull them in towards the music world and then release them.e

          release them upwards.

          parabolic curve says, music world needs to be sporty and reach out. what comes afetr gaga?

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      • 241
        Bercow's got to go! says:

        a chunt of the highest order… depressing times with Crash Gordon at the wheel; an atrocious speaker; and atrocious opposition.

        Maybe the speaker should be chosen by a public referendum – like a president.

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      • 288
        Anonymous says:

        like William Wallace he should have been hung drawn and quartered, but preserve us from seeing the bits that were left

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    • 273
      The two muppets . says:

      Bercow and his fragrant wife have trashed the name of Speaker of HoC .
      It is a great shame that these two chavs came anywhere near Parliament .

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  2. 2
    RomaGordon says:

    Liar, liar, pants on fire?

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    • 8

      Good old Fabbers. Head above the trenches and over the top as ususl well done !!!

      This will wound Burke -ow! seriously possibly mortally .

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      • 13
        RomaGordon says:

        Time the little wazzock was blick balled !

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        • 69
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          The problem – with parliament being in contempt of the people is there in “plain sight” for all of us to see; every day.

          That there is no proper democratic mechanism to get shot of a low-life like the berk and his bint – is the establishments fucking problem.

          Transparent and democratic” – a beacon to all other democracies

          YOU’RE HAVIN A FUCKING LARF AREN’T YOU – Mr and Mrs Establishment – such that you – yes you have to prop up the low-life 5hits that INFEST PARLIAMENT.

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      • 179
        My mouse says:

        A pair of prize knobs competing for the Big Knob prize.

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  3. 3
    The British media are cunts says:

    So the Tires, Liebore and Lump Dims want to buy off the jocks by giving them more power if they vote against independence.

    It therefore begs the question just what is the point of the jock Labour MP’s at Westminster?

    Well we know that all they will do is be voting on legislation that ONLY affects England for the most part.

    This is totally undemocratic as they could vote through changes that are rejected by Labour in Scotland and forcing the English to fund additional benefits for the jocks.

    Of course NONE of this is covered by the gormless fucking useless media.

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    • 16

      I VE SAID THIs BEFORE SO I LL SAY IT AGAIN………

      Why in God s name does Cameron want a YES vote?

      If he gets a NO vote he ll be automatically relieved of some 20 odd Labour safe Scottish seats ….it would be another version of the Boundary Changes which Clegg refused him !!!

      A YES vote is the ONLY chance has of staying in power !!

      Will someone please explain ???!!

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      • 19
        The British media are cunts says:

        Actually it’s 40+ Labour seats.

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      • 22
        Blue Peter Goldfish says:

        Answer: hes a bit gormless.

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        • 56
          Vote Tory, get Sharia. says:

          A ‘bit’? He’s the thickest fucking c-u-n-t ever to live in Downing Street.

          “Oh, no, no, he’s clever, he’s got a first-class Mickey Mouse degree, he’s so smart he’s..”

          NO HE FUCKING ISN’T SMART. CAMERON IS A THICK C*U*N*T.l

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      • 32
        Bob says:

        I quite agree

        But I think Dave takes all his instructions from Washington nowadays, like Blair before him

        Brown wss too crazy to even understand what the instructiins meant

        So just drove UK PLC over the cliff…

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      • 34
        Bob says:

        Cameron takes his oders from Washington, like Blair before him

        Brown was too mental to understand instructions,

        So just drove UK PLC over the cliff for the hell of it

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      • 50
        common sense says:

        well 2+2 = 4 no its 5 and that’s sums up Cameron and the Tories if only they could see what we the people see but they cant or wont.

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        Gormless inglishman watch says:

        Mr Crawford I think you are confusing the ‘yes’ & ‘No’ issues. Its yes for independence and no for remaining in the union. Would you like to re type your post with this in mind ?

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      • 274
        The two muppets . says:

        Who said that he wants a yes vote .He has to go through the motions .

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    • 43
      Obama lama ding dong says:

      I hope the UK will stay United so that they remain an effective poodle of the US.

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    • 68
      Smart Alec Salmonella says:

      This was always my Plan B.
      Now the 3 parties will outbid each other to offer me the moon Heh heh heh.

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      • 91
        Alec's Samon says:

        Which is what I always wanted…Devolution Max. All the power, all the autonomy and the English taxpayer still foots the bill with no say as to where the money goes. And the icing on the cake? Why, we still get to stick it to the English by returning a raft of Scots MPs who vote on English only matters and f*uck them up. I’m laughing all the way to the ballot box.

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    • 287
      warrior-pedant says:

      No… it “prompts the question” dickhead… can we stop misusing the term “begs the question”, it’s like when politicians use “hypothecate” to mean “hypothesise”, when it means nothing of the sort!

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  4. 4
    my financial affairs are like my sexual daliances.. none of your business says:

    Free the eu 28

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  5. 5
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Spoilt little brat!. Sad to hear Rik Mayall has died esp at such a relatively young (The Young Ones) age.

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  6. 11
    nell says:

    Well if nigel would stand against bercow in his constituency next year perhaps we could be rid of this odious sp e a k e r.

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    • 215
      Anonymous says:

      he managed to come 3rd against him last time, in a 2 horse race! :()

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        The two muppets . says:

        I think that Nigel would be a shoe-in . The vast majority of Conservatives
        would vote for anybody to get rid of the chav Bercow .

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  7. 15
    Bob says:

    Send him to Moscow to join his chum Mandelscum

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  8. 17
    Aida Nuff says:

    Why do we tolerate these weirdoes.

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  9. 18
    Tim Yeo-Yo says:

    Surely it can’t be news, nor a surprise, to Fabbers that Bercow is a untrustworthy little cnut?

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    I believe that the Speaker is probably a sick man. I accept Fabber’s point that Bercow has had some good effect but that has been more offset by the blatant partiality and unutterable pomposity which he has borne himself in his role.

    Allowing for Little Man Syndrome, he always was an odd fish and, as a backbencher, his questions used to cost more to answer than anyone else’s by a factor of several times. In itself, if the questions were good ones, that would not be a bad thing. But even then, one suspected that it was the only way he could get attention.

    One wonders if he washes his hands a lot…

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    • 31
      Bob says:

      Plus he has a deranged wife which can’t help his mental health

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    • 74
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      i posited a reason for getting shot of the berk in a box above here. You may agree or disagree.

      btw note the reply to n.ell on last page. It wa sup and better stay up.

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    • 103
      Idon'tneednodoctor says:

      I think Bercow is just a twat, plain and simple.

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      • 149
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        But how long can the establishment look like such even bigger pratts – with that Berk fronting up for them?

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  11. 23
    Sally B says:

    Enough? Me – I never get enough.

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  12. 26
    Little Johnny B13COW says:

    IF you were married to an old slapper like Silly Sally you’d be moody too.

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    • 41
      Monthly bicycles says:

      Does he have periods?

      Is he lunatic then?

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    • 44
      The New Clerk of the House says:

      I recommend that Mr Fabbers asks Squeaker if he is haing a period the next time he throws his

      toys out of the pram…. onto my head…hy the way….

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  13. 29
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    HHHHHHHEEEEEEELLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLPPPPPPPPPPPP !!!

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    • 33
      Viperous Old Vince says:

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      • 38
        I'm bored by LimpDems says:

        These libdems are pathetic, cheap, sordid and vacuous

        Flush them down the pan FFS

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      • 40
        Blue Peter Goldfish says:

        They used to call “time gentlemen please” with a bell end.

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      • 99
        Red Top Press says:

        Number 61109378 in our ever-popular “Questions To Which The Answer Is Obviously ‘No'” series.

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    • 49
      Mopey Dick says:

      I know what ‘dead in the water’ looks like, and you’re not wrong. The LibDems aren’t just at rock-bottom, they’re subterranean.

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    • 67
      11 months to go and it's bye bye LimpDum scum! says:

      “Nick Clegg’s attempt to reassert his position .. threatens to be undermined by a call from a senior Liberal Democrat for him to be sacked.”

      ‘Senior Liberal Democra’t? Sounds like job-title inflation to me.

      1984: Sales Assistant
      2014: Customer Experience Manager

      1984: Filing clerk
      2014: Customer Content Manager

      1984: Person who opens the mail and answers the phone for £2.50 p/h.
      2014: Senior Liberal Democrat.

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      • 229
        NE Frontiersman says:

        People who open the mail are too busy to be on a weekly radio show; ergo, their job is more demanding than that of deputy PM.

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    • 186
      Democracy Now says:

      When does Lord Smith resign from Parliament in order to force a by-election?

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  14. 42
    Midget Prince says:

    Bercow the Borgia is making too many enemies, which means he has to play an even more devious game if he wants to keep his power. Power is a slippery thing and those that cling to it, slide to depths of corruption with a never ending cycle of devious power games.

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  15. 46
    Col Ripper of Braintree says:

    why havent we seen Bercows wifes tits?

    Im surethat there must be thousands of them out their

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  16. 47
    Brutus says:

    Who can plunge a knife deep into Bercow’s back?

    How about Vince?

    He has form…

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  17. 48
    LOL says:

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    • 71
      Where's ENGLAND'S parliament, you LibLabCon scum? says:

      Any fucking chance of England getting some devolution? You know, in the interests of ‘equality’ and all that?

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      • 80
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        And the scum said w/end b4 last Labour will relax immigration while the tory’s will tighten … meanwhile vote UKIP and they’ll HAVE TO CLOSE THE BORDERS.

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  18. 51
    Anonymous says:

    Does James Caan or the tax payer put up the money? #LookAtMyBling

    photo/1

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    • 57
      Tim Yeo-Yo says:

      He’s got 99 problems but a watch ain’t one.

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    • 58
      Tenuous link says:

      I liked James Caan in Rollerball.

      I reckon if Chuka’s head was lopped-off, it would make an excellent rolling ball. Maybe that’s why James Caan likes him.

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    • 79
      Man at Primark says:

      Chuka is a slimy hypocrite, but he does dress well. #stylish

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      • 82
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Chukka – is really a puppet in thrall to the CBImen – he’s been sucking up to them for backing – or hasn’t it been noticed?

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        • 95
          Man at Primark says:

          Whilst I know the name of his tailor I don’t know that he is yet to have enough backing for a leadership bid. Where does he get his watches from?

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          • Tim Yeo-Yo says:

            Streatham Market.

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          • Man at Primark says:

            tbh I’m not a fan of the chunky Chuka watch fascination, they look rather garish & cheap. Whilst copies may be available on market stalls of Streatham I doubt Chuka supports his hard working constituents in such a manner.

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            You can buy 101 cheapo imitation fake watches on Ibiza every day of the week.

            He’s into cheap imitation stuff … ‘cos it’s what he is.

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    • 113
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      His career as an Obama lookalike is certainly taking off, more photos please of the KupKase.

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  19. 53
    Paddy says:

    He’s got woman trouble

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  20. 61
    Moron Watch says:

    There seem to be plenty of MPs posting here with not to do.

    Well sort out the fuckin mooz then. Like you should have done twenty years ago.

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  21. 63
    Sally says:

    I like to suck it and see.

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  22. 65
    Anonymous says:

    #ThatcherDerangementSyndrome™

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      It was her or Kinnock, so not much of a choice, really. says:

      My youth in Thatcher’s Britain was made so much more bearable by setting up my own business and becoming fucking rich.

      Mongs, of course, suffered, and we should reach out to them and embrace their negative.. nah, fuck ‘em.

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    • 77

      If Thatcha had not saved Britain from your catastrophic predecessors, you would not have had a parliamentary position to enable you to Tweet at your deluded followers at all.

      So fuck off and do one, you useless jerk!

      May fucking Bernie Grant burn slowly in hell.

      (You were actually right about “A consumer culture fixated on the brands we wear, not who we are and what we achieve” but 33% is not enough.)

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      • 94
        I hope that racist cunt died slowly and in unbearable pain. says:

        Bernie Grant’s dead??

        Oh, joy! He IS! Yes, yes yes!

        Best thing that ever happened to me was emmigrating in 1999 (because of Labour’s stealth taxes). Paradoxically, it’s also the worst, because I didn’t know Bernie Grant had died. Damnit. Oh, boy, I’ve got some celebrating to catch up on.

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        • 106
          I hope that racist cunt died slowly and in unbearable pain. says:

          Damn and blast – the thick racist bastard died of a heart attack.

          Way, way, way too quick. Still, I hope it was fucking painful.

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    • 86
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Lammy – you are on public record for sucking up at a particular university down saaath – you are a divot, a selfseeking aggrandising pillock. Your card is marked.

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      JH32984923-035 says:

      Your youth in Thatcher’s Britain was probably made more bearable by going to a posh boarding school.

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      • 125
        pathetic attempt says:

        David Lammy was born in 1972-meaning he was only 10
        when the Young Ones launched.

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    • 115
      David Lammy Mastermind champion 2008-2003 says:

      Thatchers Britain came to an end in 1990 when she was succeded by Harold Wilson.

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    • 118
      cheche says:

      I saw you on TV and you are really thick

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      • 126
        JH32984923-035 says:

        Yup. But give him credit, he plays the race card like an absolute pro.

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        • 152
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          Old Trevor – is another example of the kind. Does he or any of his ilk truly realise how they have been ” ” ‘played’ ” like idiots?

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      • 130
        it's no surprise says:

        Labour promotes people on the basis of race,gender, sexual
        orientation or nepotism rather than actual ability.

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    • 216
      lammydingdong says:

      shame it wasn’t you we’re reading about dropping dead you two faced scumbag

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    • 264
      bogtrott says:

      What about Baby P what sort of bearable life did he have…..

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  23. 73
    They look like they have been to a funeral says:

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    • 81
      Not that she's a filthy whore or anything, but.. says:

      She’s a fascinating woman, though. Rumour has it they have his-and-her burial plots inside her cavernous vagina.

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      • 104
        Alec's Samon says:

        He’s say to her:

        “No chance of a BJ, is there”?

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        • 146
          Shampagne Socialist says:

          I wonder whose picture is in the heart locket around Sally’s neck?

          Sally’s wearing a nice Rolex btw!

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    • 98
      JH32984923-035 says:

      She’s sad because she has not been on a BBC all day.

      Oh, sorry, I meant The BBC.

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    • 102
      Sex Standing Up With A Little Willy says:

      Where’s my step ladder? Or is she a squatter?

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    • 105
      Bosun Higgs says:

      I don’t think short skirts are appropriate at funerals.

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    • 119
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Sally has to hold the recalcitrant child firmly as they negotiate a pelican crossing.

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    • 228
      gravatarmysteryman says:

      “They look like they have been to a funeral”

      She looks like she’s risen from the dead.

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    • 247
      Sir Roger de Senseless says:

      I’ve never seen her look more like a drag queen.

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    • 268
      Tim Yeo-Yo says:

      She looks like a bloke in drag.

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  24. 76

    A dilemma for the gender-communist femi-nazi liberal-left out there:

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 89

      Wish they would not go on about her strong faith in God, as if that has any bearing on the circumstances. She is a human being. End of.

      Her natural father was a сunt but that has no bearing upon her in the slightest.

      Her mother was a brave woman in an impossible circumstance.

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      • 128

        This is going to the heart of the abortion debate in the US.

        Now that folk are forced to indirectly subsidize through O’bamacare it is a national issue.

        God is relevant as the family are religious, and the real question about abortion pre-20 weeks or so is somewhat spiritual. Is the soul created at point of conception, or when brain activity starts ?

        Seeing as the soul cannot be detected, that is really a question of faith.

        The subtext with God and faith perhaps speaks to the notions Proudhon wrote of also.

        As the US Federal government becomes more authoritarian on this issue, over both States and citizens, the faith the Federal position demands must be balanced by a stronger faith to counter: reason will fail in this argument, God should win.

        As she speaks of light from darkness and illumination read a more esotereic lux e tenebris also.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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        • 142

          In intervals today, I have reread Proudhon quite deeply.

          Although I cannot square with him at all on “Property is theft”, the very reason I dismissed him in the first place*, I am beginning to see what you appear to be suggesting about his approach to federation and the debt to Montesquieu.

          Am really concerned, almost to the point of neurosis, about the corruption stage referred to. I am inclined towards the views that a parliaments powers should be more tightly restricted the smaller the turnout is.

          There are some constitutional rules which could invalidate an election result like, for example, any great discrepancy in the size of constituencies. There are clearly dozens of other examples like this. It would need a Bill of Rights, something I have shied away from in the past but now the situation is clearly way beyond acceptability.

          * Two points on this. 1.) When I first became politically conscious, de Gaulle was saying non to us. What ever point was there in studying obscure French politicians, particularly those who had fallen under the spell of Rousseau? 2.) It rather depends upon what constitutes theft! (And for that matter property.)

          No matter really, in the context of relevance, I lowered Proudhon overboard and that was that.

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          • You may have reacted by drawing the conclusion that he was advocating communistic ideas. I certainly did when I first came across that – and did not read fully the framing or indeed his other works.

            Proudhon was very much not an advocate of communism, in fact he argued very much against.

            The statement ‘property is theft’ was not arguing against private ownership rights for the individual, but the sovereign ownership rights of an individual, particularly land by a Crown.

            His position there is fully within libertarian parameters and conservative parameters.

            NB: Many on the left – I have luckily had debate recently with some – bend that private property statement a little too far.

            Proudhon’s position would have been influenced by the revolution. Sovereign ownership of land was a major driver of the F’rench revolution, glossed over in E’nglish accounts – the F’rench needs to be read.

            Am not making the case that Proudhon is the panacea for all things, but a lot of what I have read of him recently has resonated, and certain situations certainly warrant an analysis from his perspective.

            European Citizens need to start drafting their constitution. UK could do with one, but unless it becomes a republic a written Constitution would be dangerous as the UK would end up with a Federal Monarchy. That is perhaps why the UK has not got a formally written Constitution.

            On that note, maybe best to leave the UK status quo as is for the time being as the future King W’illiam is looking very promising.

            Vote UKIP :-D

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            The validity of ‘statements of truth’ was somewhat exposed on panordrama tonight.

            Here’s a clue – any witness statement / statement of case / statement of truth – in any UK court is not worth the price of the piece of paper it is written upon.

            The key to getting the bastards is to force them [including legals] to take oath under the penalty of perjury. i could refer to the bible that so many swear by but then at matthew 5 … poss 20 – 31 [it's late and i've had a few beers] it states that jesu said swear no oath … odd that considering lots…

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          • @BW: Matthew 5:34 is maybe the one you are after.

            Incidentally, for Twitter I found this verse today very relevant:

            3 John 1:11

            Vote UKIP :-D

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          • knobnuts says:

            I never realised the bible mentioned ukip – thanks for that

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        • 156
          Sometimes the comments are profound says:

          I think that is a very good answer. Thanks

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    • 91
      Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

      Don’t be daft.

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    Judge a man by his wife says:

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    • 97
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Anyone wanna buy some dirty pics of rupe ‘n wendi or wendi ‘n tone?

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    Gaydar John says:

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    Bosun Higgs says:

    They need to hire a really good children’s entertainer for the job, who would ensure that each cheeky little girl and boy got their turn.

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    Lord Oakshit says:

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      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Shaun Woodward is one of those clegg kind too.

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      Rotten Tomatoes would be wasted on the shower of shit known as the LibDems says:

      Exactly what part is Clegg likely to play in the “Revenge of the Sixth” ??

      Like

    • 145
      Fishy says:

      So with 5% of the electorate’s votes, they think that they should be in Government continuing to impede the progress of the country.

      Very democratic.

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  29. 90
    Questions Not Allowed says:

    what does Mr Fabbers expect, you are not allowed to mention persecution by members of that sick cult known as islam!

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    • 123
      The BBC One Show says:

      Sick cult?? You clearly didn’t get our message this evening! We did a lengthy politically correct feature about Islamic schools featuring happy children wearing burqas and niqabs, chanting happily to Almighty Allah, whilst the imam who runs the school showed our Muslim interviewer around and there were no radicals around at all, which is proof beyond doubt at how nice Islam is because the school had no early warning that we were going to show up at 10:00 as per their invitation.

      Apparently all the white teachers were away that day, which is why we didn’t see them. And the gay ones were away, too. And the feminist ones. In fact, any teachers who don’t usually dress up in strict Islamic dress, with Islamic haircuts and beards etc., were all away. But they do work there, normally. Honest.

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    • 133
      Moron Watch says:

      That was so yesterday. It’s all changed. Gloves are off.

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  30. 112
    Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

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  31. 114
    Watcher says:

    I wonder which actor the BBC will now choose to present a centre right figure of hate for a series just before next year’s election. There seems to be a vacancy…

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  32. 117
    cheche says:

    Why is my tax being used to pay for these Islamic state schools

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    • 121
      Sad Dick Kunt says:

      Because the kids grow up into Labour voters.

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    • 129
      The reprehensible anti-English cunt that is Michael Gove says:

      Because, as everyone knows, multiculturalism undeniably enriches our society.

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      • 149
        cheche says:

        But then if you look at their grades they do a lot better than your bog standard comp. so perhaps its the left who should be worried when all their excuses for poor results are proved wrong.

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  33. 120
    Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

    ENGLAND IS NOW OFFICIALLY FUCKED.

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    • 138
      Butterflies says:

      Guido posted this earlier today…please keep up!

      Remember, if you have to visit this site whilst at work, do it without inhibition. If your employer, via a tip-off from th IT department compain about you visiting this site and typing typically un-PC comments (thay have the ability to do this btw)…just telll them to fuck off and explain to them that it is within your human rights to express any opinion what-so-ever on the Guido Fawkes website.

      Now where was I?

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      • 166
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        And don’t forget to refer your employer to and cite – The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) article 19 “Freedom of Expression” – that’ll see em off along with their fucking shysters.

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  34. 124
    The elephant in the room says:

    If it’s true that the Ofsted report manages to go over 100 pages without once mentioning the words islam or muslim, then this country really is fucked for good. Britain has been damaged by political correctness, probably for good, and it’s the result of decades of pernicious leftie groupthink which acted as thought police and still does. I suggest everyone who can afford to emigrates asap, because Britain is on a permanent slide. Postal vote fraud and a growing muslim population that has children a a rate that’s above the national average is a lethal combination that means we’re just a short step away from a fanatical muslim party holding the balance of power in a hung parliament. And you know Labour would cave in to any demands.

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    • 131
      Consumer choice says:

      Before we resort to evacuating our own country:

      Boycott any company that is run by, or which employs, Muslims.

      Starve the fuckers out.

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      • 144
        The elephant in the room says:

        Not many muslim-run businesses. Most of them are dirty rathole halal takeaways which are easy enough to avoid. As for businesses that employ muslims, that’s where the rot is visible, because just about every business employs them. Go into any supermarket, cinema, pharmacy, you’ll see headscarves and bearded fuckers. The only places you won’t are restaurants, pubs, bars and clubs.

        Travelling through Heathrow, I saw they’d even employed headscarves in the baggage security check. What the fuck? THIS is who they employ to protect us? It’s like getting Ian Huntley to be babysitter.

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      • 168
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Never take your other eye of of the Israelis either.

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    • 132
      that's OK mate, I've got one here says:

      not a cheery thought. perhaps while there is still time a party that represents ‘population of sensible views’ will gain control by democratic vote and assert in words ” we were here first, this is what we are like, fit in or fuck off”

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    • 135
      tabblenabble02 says:

      Download the report from here…

      http://tinyurl.com/nurrnqm

      Guido also provided the link earlier today.

      One you open the file, hit control & f keys (i.e. find) and you can search any word in the file/report you like, just by simply typing it in!

      Let us know the result if you’re charitable!

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  35. 136
    Were_Gettin'_There says:

    In this case you could no more blame Bercow for having to separate a group squabbling “indians” than to blame teacher for telling off a class of naughty children.
    I quite liked his deliberate cutting off protracted questions and replies during debates this afternoon. Many there, who do not normally bum-crease the green seats just wanted to use the debate to make political points.
    No – Bercow may be a pompous, self important frog without the charisma of a prince, but he does make a difference.
    If he gave me his hand to shake I would definitely take it just to see which one of us had the most crushing grip!
    I’m pretty fair – up to point!

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  36. 139
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    YEESSSSSSS !!! WE’RE AHEAD OF THE BUS PASS ELVIS PARTY !! :)

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  37. 143
    Too early says:

    Rik Mayall has suddenly died :(

    http://tinyurl.com/nf6czqe

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    • 181
      that's OK mate, I've got one here says:

      I think that “suddenness” is the major attribute of death.
      One second you are there and then suddenly you are gone.

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  38. 147
    Lord Oakshit says:

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  39. 154
    Perfume Jockey says:

    I am putting together a new scent

    Gordon Brown’s breath and Sally Bercow’s gussett

    I am not sure what to call it

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  40. 158
    Dodgy D. Laws says:

    photo/1

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    • 183
      Hypocrite's all together says:

      Remember when Liebour said they would not bring in tuition fee’s, but they did, retweet so no one does.

      Fixed.

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  41. 163
    One she prepared earlier says:

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  42. 167
    Abit of respect please says:

    Guido….how about an RIP banner for Rik…..he’s done more for this country than others you have lauded

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    • 170
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Rik – is a ‘classic of his generation’ – but more importantly – he is the undoing of the fucking BBC and all of its fucking ‘political correctness and diversity bollox’ of today.

      The BBC cannot diss Rik – and The Young Ones – much as would dearly love to.

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      • 184
        tabblenabble03 says:

        You have been duped.

        He was the original archetypal li’bertarian ana’rchist. Rik Mayall probably didn’t even realise this himself, perhaps until much later in life (cf The Pythons)

        Much of what he attacked, in his younger years, was statism that was painstakingly established by generations of his forebears. Don’t you think it funny (npi) how their anarchism tends to disappears in later life? Perhaps it’s down to embrassement at their earlier behaviour?

        Think about what his acolytes have said about him today i.e. the likes of David Walliams et al. The originators of such programmes as “Little Britain”. Who were predominantly the butt of the jokes in “Little Britain” ?

        Think about that question carefully.

        Politics is truly a dirty business and there is no better propaganda mechanism than so called “New” left wing comedy.

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      • 191
        tabblenabble04 says:

        You have been duped.

        He was the original archetypal li’bertarian ana’rchist. Rik Mayall probably didn’t even realise this himself, until perhaps much later in life (cf The Pythons)
        Much of what he attacked, in his younger years, was statism, that was painstakingly established by generations of his forebears. Don’t you think it funny (npi) how their anarchism tends to disappears in later life? Perhaps it’s down to embarrassment at their earlier behaviour?

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        • 192
          tabblenabble05 says:

          Think about what his acolytes have said about him today i.e. the likes of David Walliams et al. The originators of such programmes as “Little Britain”. Who were predominantly the butt of the jokes in “Little Britain” ?
          Think about that question carefully.
          Politics is a truly dirty business and there is no better, subversive propaganda mechanism than the so called “New” left wing comedy.

          Lastly, why was what I posted above moderated several times before I managed to bypass the modbot?

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          • tabblenabble06 says:

            Note Danny Cohen praising Mayall on NN tonight. Follow the an’archism.

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          • tabblenabble07 says:

            Follow the an’archism = follow the money.

            This modding is really bizarre!

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            i have been greatly botmodeed tonight further up.

            i’s point is – the reverse ferret on the BBC.

            If bono – had any true intellect he would realise how he has been used as a cypher for the political pygmies – but bono has no political or historical intellect – much like the vast majority of the ‘air heads’ – from the celeb circles – that he frequents. Bought and paid for the lot of em. Very few ‘speak out’

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        • 222
          Aunt Hilda says:

          complete nonsense – rik and his mates would do and say anything that was outrageous – off the wall and guaranteed to make the silly old bugger brigade cough but none of it had absolutely anything to do with debunking ‘political correctness and diversity bollox’

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          • tabblenabble21 says:

            I am not saying that they knowingly did what they did.

            Remember Mayall and co were very young when they made those programmes. They were guided, if not encouraged to behave the way they did. Do you remember who promoted the likes of the Sex Pistols?

            Look at who were behind programmes such as “Love Thy Neighbour” and “Until Death Us Do Part” and the wave of PC (New Wave) comedians that followed that era. What type of comedians were edged out as a result?

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  43. 169
    Cough cough splutter splutter says:

    The Sky news Lady who does the late shift on weekdays with the paper reviewers is bound to get the sack sooner rather than later. Just about every night she has a coughing fit which seems to get worse as time goes on. She’s probably thinking I must not cough tonight too much.

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  44. 171
    Shampagne Socialist says:

    Tristram Hunt is the new Nick Clegg!

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  45. 173
    cured lefty says:

    10.20 radio 4 mohamed shafic (rent a gobshite muzzie ) or what ever just allowed to wank on that the report is bullshit
    muzzies dont do tricks???
    I’ve dealt with them in business for over 35 years .and I’m being honest here .
    westerner will get the gist of reality after a few minutes
    muzzies will nark on as if their lives , their kids , their whole universe depends on white man giving way for his obvious guilt(entirely created by lefty scum)
    A rancid alien mindset imported by elitist fucking stinking Marxist fucks.

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    • 178
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Most of these reports have previously been buried or grossly watered down for fear of ‘offending them’ in this age of political correctness & B/S.

      If it hadn’t been for “swathes of the British Public” voting against rampant and uncontrolled immigration over the past few weeks – the whole subject would not have been addressed … so think about that – because ‘the ptb – NOW HAVE TO FUCKING ADDRESS THE ISSUE.

      Re – fucking – sult.

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    • 187
      Jezza says:

      Is that you Nell?

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    • 199
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Israelis love marxists – don’t forget that.

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  46. 176
    Greatly Reassured says:

    interesting bit on BBC news, which they did not quite cut away early enough whereby head teacher of school, in funny hat and even funnier beard says that the book on the shelf about whipping and stoning is not for the children but for the staff!!!

    Dave really needs to brush up a bit on his knowledge of islam!!

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  47. 177
    Fishy says:

    BBC’s Gove hater, nasty Chris Cook slipping the knife between Gove’s ribs on Labour’s Newsnight – dissembling for all he’s worth and dismissing the Trojan Horse events as a ‘small earthquake in Birmingham, not many dead’.

    Cook is quickly followed by the slippery Tristram Posh-Person, Labour Shadow Education Secretary who is given free reign to lie through his teeth, unchallenged.

    The whole segment does not have anyone from the Government to present their side of what is one of the most important stories for years.

    Once again the left wing BBC’s supposed flagship programme, is a Tory free zone.

    Time for Katz to go.

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  48. 182
    WHere the fuck do you come from Conor Fawkes? says:

    OI GUIDO….GIVE RIK A FUCKING PAGE TO HIMSELF PLEASE. WE OWE HIM A LOT FOR THE HUMOUR. RIK MAYALL IS SOMEWHAT MORE IMPORTANT THAT NELSON MANDELA FOR US BRITS. FLY THE FUCKING FLG, WON’T YOU??????????????????

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  49. 188
    Ronnie Biggs says:

    So why has the BBC sent Evan Davis out to Brazil to present Today?

    He’ll shag himself silly with all the Brazillian boys and bring back some horrible disease.

    Do the BBC really have to send him all the way to Rio to act as link man to a Westminster or NHS news item? It can’t be for the football as Today is a news program and Davis wouldn’t know a full back from a penalty shot.

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    • 206
      Fishy says:

      Was deeply embarrassed this morning, BBC Davis taking his carping metropolitan negativity and agenda to Brazil and inflicting it on the Brazilian Sports Minister.

      I don’t want this wanker to represent Britain or for people abroad to think he is typical of the way British people think.

      I hope someone tells the Minister that Davis represents no-one other than the rarefied metropolitan elite that he is part of.

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      • 225
        bbc lefties at large says:

        hes spent too much time listening to the master of snide himself – john humphreys

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  50. 196
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    botmod gone berserk – doesn’t like hard truths about male chauvinist pig bulliereligious freaks.

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  51. 198
    that's OK mate, I've got one here says:

    The MET Office says that this summer will be the warmest on record. This is proof of Global Warming.

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    • 203
      The MET Office says:

      There are headlines in the media today which suggest the Met Office is forecasting that this summer will be one of the hottest on record. However, the Met Office hasn’t issued a forecast along these lines.

      From mid June to early July, the indications are that the weather will be close to what is climatologically normal for this time of year

      http://metofficenews.wordpress.com/2014/06/09/the-met-offices-outlook-for-the-uk-summer-2014/

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      • 220
        Pissing down says:

        Better back up the barbie then. Won’t be needed

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      • 226
        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        But we have been freezing our balls off and it’s pissed down every day in Yorkshire!
        Some warming, people still have their heating on.

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      • 242
        e c o'loon says:

        George Ferguson ‏@GeorgeFergusonx 8h
        Let’s get more poetic about the way we explain the #science of #climatechange says Julia Slingo head of @metoffice UK http://ow.ly/xOcMY

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    • 205
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Couldn’t predict at fucking storm in a tea cup last week end though.

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      • 250
        Anonymous says:

        “Great Lakes Finally Deemed Ice-Free After Record 7 Long Months Frozen”

        Ice melting and freezing is the key to our mild climate. It has to happen. It is a massive calming system. It will never stop whatever they threaten.

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  52. 208
    Alan B'stard says:

    RIP Mr Mayall – end of an era.

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  53. 211
    Black pudding Glut says:

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    • 232
      Ann, the poverty stricken lonely accounts clerk says:

      Did he buy another breakfast for his little photo-op hanger on? That plateful of godknowswhat looks highly indigestible.

      PS: Any one seen Sandra around lately? She seems to have gone walkabout.

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      • 236
        Anonymous says:

        Pork products, that’ll go down well with the m-uslim electorate.

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        • 243
          SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          The surprise is that he seems to be defying the food fascists ,actually being seen eating a proper breakfast instead of the usual muesli ,bananas, and croissants shit so favoured by the nanny lefties !

          Like

          • Blue Peter Goldfish says:

            He’s not eating it (completely untouched), he’s posing with it, doesn’t want an “I was poisoned by a bacon sandwich” moment.

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          • SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            The key words were ‘being seen’.

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    • 263
      Tye Foo says:

      A frothy coffee with an English breakfast?

      That just shows he is pretending to eat it. He would be as sick as a dog swilling it all down with that frothed up drink.

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  54. 212
    Jack Ketch. says:

    The sad news about Rik Mayall got me to thinking and then to a bit of You tube viewing. I never really noticed before but all left-wing politics is absolutely identical to that of Mayall’s character in “The Young Ones”. Worse, the Alan B’stard character IS NOT a parody–Tory, Lib Dem and Labour MPs are REALLY like that, although less subtle. Just look back at the TV series, it had MPs indulging in expense fiddling, PDO-filia, selling out to the EU, murder, tax fraud, fabrication of official papers, constituency gerrymandering–in fact, all inhuman life is there–talk about life following art.
    Check it out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_New_Statesman

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    • 223
      Pheww, what a sorcher says:

      the planet in its 3 dimensional expansion in the space encounters residual memories from earlier travelers. Those more powerful beings left memories as vibration, perfuming the space we traverse to influence all the humans ( the infants in eternity ) passing through.

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      • 227
        Pheww, what a sorcher says:

        consider for a moment thought as a 3 dimensional thing.
        as creation (big bang) is said to occur expansion of the universe is not measurable
        because we are in the expanding universe so we have no idea if it is expanding or not. In fact it cannot expand because we are in it and we will be expanding also.
        So there must be another explanation for “information coming in”
        and it may be thought, thought may be expanding as time passes.
        as things try to evolve by thinking ” what would be the best possible way to be right now ?”

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        • 230
          Pheww, what a sorcher says:

          Nobody that I know of has seen the edge of the universe nobody knows if there is an edge to the universe, The Universe in our vicinity appears to be 3 dimensional because people said they went to the moon over there.
          So if you have a 3 dimensional space if you travel far enough in that direction that you will get to the edge. But that cannot happen because our mentality cannot comprehend what that edge could possibly be.
          that is why I say that it is mind that is expanding, taking on new ideas ( that is amongst the normal people, I’m excluding the fuckwit Islamics.

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  55. 233
    albacore says:

    The face Parliament shows is purely show biz
    A fat lot it matters who the Speaker is
    Whoever it works for, it ain’t British folks
    If you voted for it, you bought pigs in pokes

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  56. 234
    John Tandy says:

    Totally agree. he is the worst Speaker in recent history that i can recall and i am 65 years of age !

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  57. 244
    Gentle_Gove says:

    Somebody on telly last yesterday tried to tell me the ten foremost values that made ‘US’ British. The only problem I could see that the vaules had been decided by people who were manifestly not British.

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  58. 246
    Anonymous says:

    Gove calls on schools to teach British values
    Michael Gove
    Education secretary seizes on Ofsted finding of ‘culture of fear and intimidation’ in some Birmingham schools

    But don’t worry as you all know mass immigration is good for the country.

    It’s never enough, to be here. They always want more more more.

    How long before it will be a crime to be white English?

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  59. 248

    Oh, to be able to ‘recall’ him or, failing that, just let the cameras wander around the commons, so we can see the infantile, dribbling eejits Bercow refuses to take to task, even as he weeps crocodile tears about how the women MPs have to suffer…

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  60. 249
    Anonymous says:

    Two areas where we are now reaping the rewards of Labour party policy.

    1. Mass immigration of virtually any one allowed in under Blair.(continued of course under Cameron). Now they want their own schools etc etc etc. But don’t worry as you know mass immigration is so good for the country. Why is every one ‘so surprised’ that this happened? I’m not, it’s inevitable, and it won’t stop here.

    2. Devolution for Scotland under Blair. It was never enough for them, like a kid with candy, they always want more.

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    • 251
      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      Scotch independence ; bring it on , it will destroy any labour majority instantly if they win the next election!
      A price worth paying .

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      • 258
        Hypocrite's all together says:

        Shhh!, don’t say that, we want the Scots to say YES, you know how finickerty they get if mention Liebour.

        Like

    • 257
      Village Idiot says:

      ….The years of terror, 1997-2010, under labour, has left many damaging traps , the next, after mass immigration, devolving power and the fact they screwed the economy, is ….”Energy”……While civil unrest will be the result of labours continued by Cameron, immigration policy!…..Labour also dumbed down our education system, turning out more idiots!

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  61. 254
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    I AM THE THE BEST MAN FOR THIS NON-JOB IMPORTANT ROLE.

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  62. 256
    Hypocrite's all together says:

    So Camoron is fkin about with the laws with higher fines, looney Brown did the same thing , it seems this is Camoron getting his own back on the public because he knows he won’t be in after May 2015, Camoron dreams of being heir to Bliar but is a follower of Brown, he has forgotten, Blair and Brown destroyed the Police forces, if you see a policeman these days they are probably out to McDonalds to get a cheeseburger, fines require enforcement, which means more plod in the area’s, with camera’s you can hold a party in the main road so long as your behind the camera’s, oy vey , lessons will be learn’t.

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  63. 259
    Hamspam Chowder says:

    When is the religion of piss going to come into the 11th century ?

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  64. 260
    The Taliban Dance Band says:

    Visiting the telegraph.co.uk (ensuring its cookies were not accepted) I was surprised to see the main story concerned the death of a comic. Leading with an event that is the business of the man’s family only, is possibly why the telegraph is not making money.

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  65. 261
    Anonymous says:

    MP who hates Speaker, hates Speaker?

    Slow news day?

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  66. 266
    Britain is fucked says:

    Great to hear the BBC R4 Today programme give a 20min platform over to the Mooslim school extremists from Birmingham.

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    • 269
      JH32984923-035 says:

      If British parents want their kids to go to a Muslim School they can sent them to school in Bangladesh.

      Bangladeshi parents can do exactly the same.

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  67. 270
    Anonymous says:

    “I know colleagues on both sides of the House who feel enough is enough.”
    Welcome to the real world, where the people have to live. How about spending a few moments debating why parties who profess to be attempting the same outcome, (what’s best for the majority) constantly come up with conflicting policies. Might it be that the truth has more to do with self-interest than it does true selflessness?

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  68. 272
    Socialism = Starvation says:

    The Conservative Party put Mr Bercow in the Speaker’s Chair in 2010, they knew who he was and they wanted him there. The people of Buckingham voted for him in huge numbers. I fail to see what the fuss is about.

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  69. 277
    Angry Rat says:

    Sally the Slapper has actually gone to the footy. Was offered a Brazilian. Whhooopydoo, 11 turned up.

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  70. 283
    I've invaded his personal space says:

    I can confirm that he has terminal dandruff and BO.

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