June 10th, 2014

Anyone But Gordon

Why is Gordon looking so glum at his speech on Scotland to the LSE this evening?

Perhaps all these empty seats have something to do with it:

Tsk tsk, students. Some people would pay a lot of money to hear the Prime Mentalist speak…

UPDATE: Gordon has told the audience that he believes the bedroom ‘tax’ is “completely unacceptable”. If only he had some power as an MP to express his opinion – Gordon failed to turn up for the vote…


341 Comments

  1. 1
    Seriously though says:

    seems like the efnic scotch have turned up

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    • 11
      Morgan's Organ says:

      A positively discriminating audience

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    • 16
      CONSERVATIVE ELECTION CAMPAIGN HQ says:

      MESSAGE BEGINS….

      BLOODY GOOD STUFF GF, KEEP BANGING ON ABOUT BROWN, EVEN THOUGH HE LEFT FRONTLINE POLITICS ABSOLUTELY AGES AGO, GOOD DIVERSIONARY PROPAGANDA, EXCELLENT! TALK ABOUT ANYTHING APART FROM DAVE CUTTING AND RUNNING TO HIS CUSHY LOBBYING JOB AND GIVING UP THE GHOST ON HIS PM DUTIES AND THE CABINET RUNNING F*KCING RIOT AND FAILING TO RUN THE COUNTRY BECAUSE THEY ARE ALL SO BLOODY BUSY BEGGING FOR JOBS IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR AFTER THEY LOSE POWER NEXT YEAR. FFS GF, WE’RE DEPENDING ON YOU, YOUR THE MOST EFFECTIVE STOOGE WE’VE GOT.

      END OF MESSAGE…..

      DID I PRESS THE ENCRPYT BUTTON? OH F*CK!

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      • 24
        Labour are shitting bricks and so they should be says:

        Desperate truly desperate
        See the economic news recently? Sad twat you are

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      • 33
        Bill Quango MP says:

        No.

        Brown is like Rik Mayall.

        Even though he hasn’t been seen doing anything for years his golden comedy moments were so classic they will remain in our consciousness for ever.

        Who can ever forget that wearing a suit on the beach?
        Or the makeup head?
        Or the assorted dvd’s from Obama’s den.
        Or 42 days detention.
        And that episode where his cabinet has a coup and he is almost ouisted so has to bribe Northern Ireland MP’s with billions to support him.
        Or 0% growth!
        Or “I saved the world”
        or “its the right thing to do”..

        The right thing to do was positively Stan Laurel. Saying he was doing the right thing when it was so obviously the wrong thing…Remember the episode with the bank of England and the national gold reserves?
        And the mix up with the currency traders and Brown swapped the billions of pounds of gold for £800 a set of antique spoons. Hilarious!

        No..we will never tire of ‘Incapability’ Brown and his comic genius.

        ..Very like Rik Mayall’s robust energetic appraoch to comedy.Bumbling into doors and sitting in a cupboard waiting for Merkel, thinking it was a waiting room.
        Or falling out of Bush’s golf cart..And that bogey eating episode reminiscent of the finest Bottom shows.
        So very similar in their madcap approach to physical comedy.

        Except that people actually liked Rik Mayall.

        RIP.

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        • 36
          Tim Yeo-Yo says:

          Like that!

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        • 56

          That crap Sky microphone which crackled just at the wrong moment and made the words “that big titted woman” sound like “that bigoted woman”.

          Oh! Just think how like might have been!

          Gordon returned to power with tumultuous applause. The Great Leader getting to grips with an instant end to the recession. Helicopters circling over all our homes with bundles of £50 notes being thrown out into our waiting, appreciative hands. A Porsche in every drive in the land. Everyone staying at Uni until the age of 46 and possibly curing all illiteracy, at least amongst lecturers. Everyone having a pied-à-terre on the Palm Jumeirah and a private jet to get out there at weekends.

          Oh, woe is me, T’ have seen what I have seen, see what I see.

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        • 66
          Ward 18 Unit 3 says:

          And the funniest of all, ‘no more boom or bust’. Hahahahahahahahahahaha

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          • Socialism is theft says:

            The funnest of all was praising Lehman Brothers ten days before they went bust.

            “I would like to pay tribute to the contribution you and your company make to the prosperity of Britain,” Mr Brown told Lehman bankers in London’s Canary Wharf . “During its 150 year history, Lehman Brothers has always been an innovator, financing new ideas and inventions before many others even began to realize their potential.”

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          • Stick it up yer union says:

            Giving Fred the shred Goodwin a knighthood shortly before the RBS uber-meltdown.

            Not funny, but very laughable.

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          • The two muppets . says:

            What is pathetic is that his two bag carriers Miliband and Balls
            still follow the imbeciles economic dogma .

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        • 86
          Corby says:

          Brown is not like Mayall.Maynell – Brown is alive !

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        • 235
          um . . sorry if I missed it but . . says:

          . . . . end to BOOM and BUST???

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        • 329
          23033 says:

          Socks tucked into trousers at the White House….eating his snot on internationally broadcast television….he is the gift that keeps on giving.

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      • 71
        ed milliband peoples representative of Doncaster says:

        He may have left frontline politics ages ago but we’ll be paying for his idiocy for fucking years

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      • 80
        A former Labour voter says:

        “KEEP BANGING ON ABOUT BROWN, EVEN THOUGH HE LEFT FRONTLINE POLITICS ABSOLUTELY AGES AGO”

        What, like Ed Milimong’s Parasite Party keep banging on about “THATCHER”, even though she left politics 24 years ago?

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      • 153
        time 2 CTL ALT & DEL says:

        Looks like you have yet to locate the caps lock. Never mind.

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      • 335
        Hugh Janus says:

        No need to SHOUT!!

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    • 32
      The Wild Colonial Boy says:

      Guido is doing no more than following the example of his illustrious predecessor. In 1605 the original Mr Fawkes declared that his intention was “to blow you Scotch beggars back to your native mountains.” Roughly four hundred years later, Mr Fawkes’ successor did his part in the effort to drive the One-Eyed Son of the Manse back to the same geographical area. Guido’s continued activity along these lines should be viewed with approved.

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    • 88
      Tom Catesby says:

      Good turn out for the Mc mentalist, one muzzie, one bl^ck jock and a couple of gordon’s minders from the nursing home.

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      • 91
        Pick litter for bennies says:

        Looks like 150 “bigots”did not turn up but at least 4 core Labour voters did.

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      • 149
        Ed Balls says:

        I’d have been there but I forgot my pass and they wouldn’t let me in

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        • 264
          Workers vote UKIP, SCROUNGERS AND NON JOBS VOTE LIEBOUR. UNPATRIOTIC? VOTE TORY. says:

          I don’t do the TV tax and abhor soaps like I do the Liebour party, but your comment made me chuckle like Rik Mayal often did…..rip.
          AND sadly i finally realised that the comments section here and elsewhere ARE my soap operas!!

          Still… better value than the Telly tax.

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    • 162
      Care in the community nurse says:

      Gordon should also been put in special measures.

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        do they want fries with that? says:

        Despite outspending Brat* by a ratio of 20-to-1.

        20 to 1.

        *tea party

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    • 330
      Cynic2 says:

      For one of Gordon’s speeches this looks like a crowd

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  2. 2
    David Cummerbund says:

    I’m really trying to get Merkel to agree with Gordon as the new head of the EU.

    I explained that he signed the Lisbon treaty. He approved the return of the British rebate.He agreed to no changes over the CAP. He strongly believes in raising taxes and redistributing money from rich to less rich.

    She’s not going for it.

    I suspect she knows I’m trying to foist the Jonah onto the EU so it disintergrates before the next election.

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    • 4
      angela panzer says:

      I do not know this Jo-Ner term.

      All I know is that man smells and he makes people very uncomfortable. So no.

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    • 55
      Eugene the Artificial Intelligence Program says:

      David! Nice to meet you! You’re a muppet, if I’m not mistaken. Why is the UK trade deficit out of control?

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  3. 3
    Silly Politics says:

    Osborne is a genius compared to Brown. The penny has dropped.

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  4. 5
    Gordon McFuckwit Bust says:

    Poor McMental ……Not even enough people attending to make up a half decent firing Squad

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    • 13
      Tim Yeo-Yo says:

      Never ever feel sorry for the McMental fuckwit.

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      • 41
        F##k the LibLabCon says:

        I totally agree, but in his defence it’s so easy to do these days when you look at the sad pathetic wretch of a man he is. What cured me of that extravagance is to think on the mountain of debit we were left and the total and utter clusterfuck he left behind. It’s rather like feeding a sorry looking hungry fox that has strayed in to your back garden. Never a good idea.

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    • 68
      Norma Stitz says:

      Men and women allowed to sit together at the LSE! Who would have thought it?

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      • 278
        Theresa Mayor Maynot says:

        It’s just one illegal immigrant and his temporary Eastern European wife on their honeymoon. These were the cheapest seats for a West End show they could find.

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    • 341
      LSE Student's Union Events Organiser says:

      He booked his talk at 8 PM, unfortunately that clashed with Dwarf Throwing, Happy Hour and the Wet T-Shirt contests down at the Union Bar, so I’m not surprised the place was like a morgue.

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  5. 6
    Mycroft says:

    There is so much Shakespeare and Greek Tragedy in that picture.

    A ruined man.

    No pity here, just a feeling of a great fall.

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    • 39
      Bill Quango MP says:

      Life’s but a suffering mad cow,
      a poor spinner
      That cut and pastes his glower upon the page,
      And then is heard no more.

      His was a tale
      Told by a spin doctor,
      full of clunking and fury,

      Signifying nothing.

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    • 54
      bergen says:

      I don’t feel sorry for the miserable git. He wrecked my private pension then nearly wrecked my business with his incompetency as chancellor. He’s going to retire on a massive unfunded pension whilst I’ll have to struggle on until my health gives out.

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      • 72
        Fuck The One-Eyed Scottish Fucker says:

        Exactly, Bergen. I’m in the same boat. The one-eyed moron knackered my pension, too, and I’ll go to my grave loathing everything about this piece of gutless, talentless scum. While he was in Number Ten a family friend who worked there told me two stories about his appalling bullying of more menial staffers. I gave a blood oath I’d keep quiet and I did so. In view of what he did to the country, following in the bloody footsteps of that lying poseur with the slot-gobbed wife, I wish I’d broken my word.

        I’ll give one tidbit: there really were incidents involving Nokias.

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        • 102
          Anonymous says:

          He’s not Scottish, he’s North British! He said so himself. He ruined my pension too,the North British Bawbag. I take enormous pleasure in his decent into deluded madness.

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          • jgm2 says:

            Naaaah. I don’t want deluded madness. It’s like Alzheimers. It shields the fucker from the consequence of his actions. I want the c*unt to be like that other fucking idiot Scotsman, Field Marshall Haig.

            I want him to have an epiphany. A Damascene revelation where he suddenly realises the consequences of his utter fucking idiocy, arrogance and incompetence.

            I want the c*unt to go to the grave, like Haig, haunted by the consequences of his utter imbecility. Instead of gurning around the globe trying to kid himself he’s a respected economic guru or educational messiah.

            I want him to rot above ground.

            I hope the c*unt lives to be 150. So that he can read how history judges him.

            The hateful, wicked and malicious c*unt.

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          • Fuck The One-Eyed Scottish Fucker says:

            OK, Anonymous, you idiot. PAY ATTENTION, and then send me an apology or I’ll visit your institution and personally inject double your normal dose of medication in your left buttock. OK?

            Gordon Brown was born in Giffnock, Renfrewshire, SCOTLAND. His father was a minister in the Church of SCOTLAND. He grew up in a manse in Kirkcaldy, SCOTLAND. That makes him SCOTTISH, you fuckwit. SCOTTISH. He comes from NORTH of Hadrian’s fence. You, sir, are an aggravating idiot with too much time on your hands. Nurse Ratched – over to you.

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        • 131
          carlo gambino says:

          I’ll give one tidbit: there really were incidents involving Nokias

          ———————————————————————

          We all know that.

          A very tiddy bit.

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        • 164
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          If you gave a blood oath – you are the ‘fool’ who has been duped and who goes to his grave with what ought to be in the public domain. Get shot of all that schoolboy blood oath baloney and B/S stuff – and feel better for mankind about yourself before you go to your maker … spill the details.

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          • Fuck The One-Eyed Scottish Fucker says:

            I gave my word. I kept it for years and I’m unsure of the legal ramifications if I do spill the beans now. I’d love to – believe me!

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  6. 7
    The British media are cunts says:

    I bet the ones who turned up work for the BBC

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  7. 8
    Pascal Chimbonda's Fishmonger says:

    What chance they’re psychology students who have come to study a deranged man up close?

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  8. 9
    The Jeremy McKyle show - says:

    Looking at that empty chair even the supporting act ha given up, thrown in the towel and fucked off to the pub

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  9. 10
    Anonymous says:

    Are they just sitting out of the shot out of range of any piece of flung office equipment?

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  10. 12
    gildedtumbril says:

    One cannot help hating the bastard.

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  11. 14
    The British media are cunts says:

    So the people B1lly Vague is supporting in Syria have now taken over Mosul in Iraq?

    Is Vague really that fucking thick? On hang on she shares his hotel room with another man…so yes.

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    • 17
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Does he know a mr werrity and where is he these days after his fox hunt expose?

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      • 25
        Labour are shitting bricks and so they should be says:

        Nice deflection tactic from the story at hand. Brown like you is still an utter total Knut

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          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          A personal attack – well well – i am truly flattered and of course you must be of the political tribal pygmie mob to try and compare i to Gordon Mcfuck’n run.

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  12. 18
    Tony_Trust says:

    It is not the size of the audience but the representation involved, alternately known as the khimar kount.
    Well attended then.

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  13. 19

    One over there…er one over there. S’game innit?

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  14. 20
    Mycroft says:

    Who organised this?

    Was it Sue?

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    • 21
      Sue says:

      I always get the blame.

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      • 27
        Mycroft says:

        You have done us all a service, has anyone ever formerly thanked you for your exemplary work?

        May I take this opportunity to ask:- Can you now go and work for Cameron now, you’ve obviously been working for Clegg of late, your work is done there… now Cameron.

        TIA

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        • 127
          jgm2 says:

          Good point. Has anybody ever thanked Sue? The BBC were doing such a good job telling us how The Maximum Imbecile saved the world that, were it not for Sue, he might have won even more votes than the 28% he managed.

          Has anybody got an address for Sue? I’d like to send her flowers.

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      • 226
        Sooty says:

        Too right…

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  15. 22
    Gordo McMong says:

    After all I’ve done for them and this is the thanks I get.

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  16. 26
    Ian Smith says:

    Rhodesia for the Rhodesians.

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  17. 28
    Hower Tamlets says:

    Perhaps the others have done postal attendances?

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  18. 29
    F##k the LibLabCon says:

    That’s his problem right there, two women in the audience without burkas or head scarfs.

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  19. 30
    Ziggy says:

    In the modern era why do the British electorate vote for such useless, spineless fuckwits to lead them into oblivion? Dave is now not capable of speaking for himself and allows this Angela Merkel women speak for him over the Jean-Claude Juncker presidency of the EU!! Makes you ashamed to be British!!!

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    • 52
      Death to all Fanatics!! says:

      Neither Cameron nor Brown, especially Brown, received anything resembling a mandate.

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        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        The only “MANDATE” – that pair of bummers recognise is a date with another homo.

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    SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

    Brown a walking Shakespeare tragedy ,wanted to be prime minister so badly he even imagined it was his birthright , gnawing his fingers to the bone as his great nemisis Blair effortlessly strutted the world stage, Paris, New York, Moscow,rubbing shoulders with heads of state , addressing the UN,and now making £millions with a teflon like insolence despite his real record of fraudulent maladministration.
    Enter Brown , finally attaining his ambition, and the realisation that he was hopelessly out of his depth , blundering his way from one crisis the the next, selling the country’s gold reserves for a pittance, a public laughing stock presiding over an unfolding financial meltdown.
    The final humiliation came when he was unceremoniously kicked out of Number 10,without ever winning an election in his own right, beaten ,downtrodden and ridiculed.
    The bastard deserved it !!

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    • 70
      He nothing common did or mean upon that memorable scene, says:

      If you read Andrew Adonis’ book “5 Days in May” you can almost feel sorry for Brown…he was played for a sucker by Clegg and LibDems as they used Brown as a counter bargaining chip to screw more out of Cameron and an increasingly desperate Conservative Party…towards the end even Brown started to realise that he was being “played” not just by Clegg but his own side who were desperate to ditch him…..in the end he cut a sad lonely figure as he walked with his family to the car waiting to take him to the Palace to resign…………he had strived all his political life for the greatest prize only to see it snatched away by Blair and then at last when he achieved his life’s ambition…he simply wasn’t up to the job…

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      • 77
        pedant on patrol says:

        striven dearie

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      • 97
        Ctesibius says:

        That family he walked away from No 10 from was the very family which he said he would never use as political props – something which (in one of his many spiteful falsehoods) he had wrongly accused David Cameron of doing.

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        • 136
          carlo gambino says:

          Although they did prop up his no 10 christmas cards.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Will Cameron use them as a human shield like the Maximum Imbecile did when he got his P45?

            Actually, he probably will.

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      • 130
        jgm2 says:

        Nothing could make me feel sorry for Brown. He was supposedly a History teacher at a college. I bet he was a shit history teacher. He was a shit chancellor and a shit PM. And now he’s back to being a shit MP.

        His CV reads like a giant skidmark.

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    • 85
      Car phone Where House says:

      Our sales suffered after he went.

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  21. 34
    sometime I wonder, then I think who cares says:

    How nice , his beloved lefties have even forgotten him, he who saved the world, he who is an invisible MP, he who stole pensions from ordinary people , he who put up taxes to the low waged, he who brought in the bedroom tax I hope hid guided cage is big enough for his ego.

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  22. 37

    Wonder if he’s ever considered becoming an MP?

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    • 51
      Engineer says:

      Imagine what sort of constituency would have an electorate deranged enough to vote for Brown.

      Oh – hang on….

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      • 62

        Good to see you back!

        Imagine the look on the other fat, wee Jock’s face, should he win the referendum, when we tell him we won’t accept, or pay for those new carriers at all…

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        • 89
          Engineer says:

          …..and not only that, but since he wants a nuclear-free Scotland, he’ll have to find new jobs for all the Faslane workers, too.

          Mind you, he could call our bluff and retrain them all as sea-going caber tossers. Those aircraft carriers may never be nuclear-armed, but they could be lethal at a range of thirty yards or so….

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        • 132
          jgm2 says:

          Aye. That’s right. The UK no longer exist BAE. Maybe the Scots will pay for it.

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          • NE Frontiersman says:

            ‘ The UK no longer exist BAE';
            You may have just spotted the only way of escaping from the crippling burden of our PFI debt.

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          • jgm2 says:

            Spotted that a while ago. If the Little Scotlanders want to renege on their share of UK debt then what’s to stop the rest of us doing the same?

            ‘Money owed by the UK you say? Naah mate, the UKdoesn’t exist any more. I’d love to help you but I’m afraid the UK no longer exists. I can’t be paying debts that rUK didn’t run up. You could try those fuckers in Fucking Scotland – see if they’ll pay you..’

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          • The Ambassador from Fucking Scotland, Your Majesty…

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    • 63
      Sounds right up his street says:

      http://bit.ly/1uSvK8K

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  23. 38
    Jack the Ripper says:

    I see that occupied seats and unoccupied seats are being segregated. This is totally Unacceptable.

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  24. 44
    The British media are cunts says:

    When will a media type ask one of these fuckers running a Muzzie school if they teach about the joys of bum sex marriage as non Muslim schools are forced to.

    I think we know the answer which is why the media won’t ask.

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  25. 46
    The British media are cunts says:

    I wonder if Muzzie schools segregate the gay kids…oh hang in there are nine, they’re all dead.

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  26. 47
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Normo Tebbs: “I warned about this years ago.”

    http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/normantebbit/100275737/trojan-horse-i-warned-about-this-years-ago/

    The first para. is the most delicious of all…

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    • 151

      Exactly.

      I don’t even mind that the bugger has stolen my line about “I wouldn’t start from here”. Bless him, though. He is a hero!

      Enoch Powell’s career was killed by a very early example of political correctness. The press was just as guilty as the politicians were.

      We have some centuries now to pay the price…

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  27. 48
    BBC Thought Police says:

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  28. 50
    F##k the LibLabCon says:

    The fizzy orange was off.

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    • 61
      Mr Meme says:

      Four years since I created the fizzy orange meme and it’s still in use. I’m very proud. :-D

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      • 90
        Vote Tory, get fiscal incompetence. says:

        What did the fizzy orange actually refer to? Medication, or dr!nking his own piss?

        (I started “UAF/Labour Party Spokesmong”, which I see has been taken up by one or two, but it’s not as popular as “fizzy orange”. Still, it’s early days..) :-)

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    • 64
      Gordon Brown says:

      Did it go pop ?

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  29. 53
    Evil in our midst says:

    Even the revelations of the Ofsted report haven’t been enough to give the left pause for thought. Instead, the general reaction from them has been that it’s all a racist witch hunt. The mind really does boggle at what it would take for these arseholes to wake up. Not even the sight of the muslim patrol harassing and threatening a woman and a gay man was enough to warrant a condemnation. Instead, it’s the same old lines being trotted out about how the West has done horrible things in the past and this is all an islamaphobic attack on peace loving muslims.

    How I wish to see the likes of Owen Jones and Polly Toynbee be on the receiving end of islamist nutters. These c-unts live a comfortable, affluent, upper middle class and sheltered life away from the shitholes of Tower Hamlets, Bradford, Luton and Birmingham. I wish someone would send Jones to one of these muslim ghettoes for six months and force him to walk around openly with his boyfriend and then he can report back on how peaceful and peace loving these peaceful peace loving muslims are.

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  30. 58
    Gordon McBust Brown says:

    I am a Ferrari.

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  31. 65
    Extra large baps says:

    Post more photos of Simon Dumbfuck’s big titted wife. She’s got a juicy pair of melons I’d happily suck for ages.

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  32. 69
    Totty says:

    I only like custard creams!

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  33. 74
    Evil in our midst says:

    Things are so fucked in Britain, thanks to the wretched left, we need to mount an operation ourselves to take our schools back. I can already imagine the outcry from the left were such a thing to happen:

    “Teachers were trying to make the kids read and speak in english, which is an attack on their culture! Pupils were made to attend art, music and drama lessons, which violates their religion and therefore constitutes an islamaphobic attack! Girls were allowed to sit at the front of the class with boys, which is not part of their tradition! The school even celebrated christmas, which is against their religion and is therefore yet another islamaphobic attack! We need to act now to stop British schools being taken over by Brits. We recommend that all schools affected by being run by Brits are put into special measures and control is handed over to the local imam who will ensure the children are taught the proper islamic curriculum of stoning, whipping, honour killings, misogyny, child marriage, marital r*pe, execution of gays, female genital mutilation and the glory of martyrdom by suicide bombing.”

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    • 82
      Moron Watch says:

      Would the Yanks have allowed ten per cent of this?

      No fackin way. The jury took five minutes to do Hook on all charges. We spent ten years feeding the twat while he pursued his ‘uman rites while creating his own breeders.

      It’s only the recent millions voting UKIP that’s changed anything.

      And if I see that big sneb Yacoob woman one more time sneering into my screen, ….

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      • 101
        Evil in our midst says:

        You mean that fucking Respect spokesheadscarf Salmonella Yaqub? One of the tenets of islam is the command to lie and misinform the infidel. So she’s doing her duty by lying that islam is peace and all the usual bullshit these fuckers trot out. There’s no such thing as a peaceful muslim. When a muslim says he or she is peaceful and poses no threat, it’s all part of the islamic command of taqqiya. Don’t trust a muzee.

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      • 114
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        YOU MIGHT ALSO WANT TO PONDER THE FUCKING MILLIONS IN FEES THAT THE SHYSTER BRIGADES MADE FOR TEN YEARS – while concealing themselves in the background.

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    • 339
      Bob cuntface Crow says:

      I think you are right, I don’t want to live in a country that takes the law into its own hands but in 10 or so years I can honestly see it happening. Politicians wont do it so it will be left to us,it just needs a bit of organising,thank fuck for the Internet.

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  34. 75
    Maggie's girl says:

    Not a case of where’s Waldo, but where’s Gordo?

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    • 79
      Waldo and Magic Ink says:

      Gordon was diddled – his signature on the Lisbon Treaty was supposed to be invisible.

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      • 115
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Why waste a good pun – the only Mandate – Gordo and Cameron know of is a rendevous with another homo.

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  35. 76
    mikis says:

    Seems like Brown thinks it acceptable to continue receiving his salary while not turning up, but a reduction in benefits for those genuinely with a spare room is “completely unacceptable”. Strange principles!

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    • 84
      Vlad the Loudhailer says:

      Principles, Brown doesn’t know the meaning of the word. As for his moral compass, he sold it years ago at the bottom of the market!

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      the tumbleweed express says:

      Strange also that he says it’s a tax, but it was not included in the list of Tory tax rises published recently by Red Labour The man is a duplicitous skank.

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      jgm2 says:

      They can ad*ve*rt*ise their spare room on AirBnB.

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    • 161
      Gerry Mander says:

      So in summary, free spare rooms for people on benefits, paid for by the taxpayer.

      But a mansion tax on people who work and can afford their own spare rooms.

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    Moron Watch says:

    The Free Money Pahartie will have spotted gd’s piece this am on £14bn good housekeeping savings this year alone.

    You can hear their minds working the same cycle. Immigration with plenty of dosh for the ungrateful twats = future votes = success.

    How to break this demonic mould?

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    • 83
      Vote Tory, get fiscal incompetence. says:

      It has to be said, interest payments on UK government debt will have increased from about £35billion p/a to ££66billon p/a next year under Dave Cameron.

      So those £14billion-worth of savings will… oh dear! They’re gone!

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      • 87
        Car phone Where Art Thou says:

        And are these fixed interest rate debts or will they mushroom atomically when general rates go up in exactly twelve months as the City Laundry wreaks revenge?

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          táxpáyér says:

          fixed, sort of.

          QE turned a safe amount of long term fixes at a higher rate into a vast amount of short term paper that must be rolled yearly (at currently a slightly lower rate, but in future…).

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  37. 81
    The British media are cunts says:

    Isn’t Cathy Newsman one pig ugly fucker?

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    • 100
      comp kid says:

      I don’t give a shit what she looks like.
      I just object to her lectures on education
      when she attended Charterhouse and Oxford.
      Typical smug leftie hypocrite.

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      • 106
        The British media are cunts says:

        Remember she said that she thinks MEN should pay for HER childcare. So that’s guys earning say 12K a year funding her childcare and she’s on 250k a year.

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      • 109
        Idon'tneednodoctor says:

        Pseudo lefty, just like the rest of the 6 figure salary tossers.

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    • 118
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      i cannot fault CH4 News tonight for YET ANOTHER expose on the dirty bastard pigswill known as South Wales Police AND the useless IPCC … [and the inept HMIC]

      Who tf in parliament has got the balls to call time on SWP – that it must be disbanded immediately. btw one of the most lucrative jobs protecting SWP – in the face of it being an endemic and systemic criminal organisation is that of its most prolific fee earner from the legal field – step forward Mr Oliver – you ‘spineless marxist creep’.

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  38. 92
    BBC Moose Slim Survival Unit says:

    We appear to have moved the debate over the moose-slims successfully away into a general goby gove PR disaster.

    That’ll fix the twat.

    And our favoured client group can return to normal. Witch hunt, islamaphobia, racists, ..will be our echo call from the poor people.

    Next, …. How we need eighty million here, in London alone, by 2020.

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  39. 93
    BBC Moose Slim Survival Unit says:

    Simon Dumbwits missus will next appear on our test card. Unclothed.

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  40. 94
    the tumbleweed express says:

    These are bigoted people, who sent me here, Sue?

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  41. 96

    He’s sad because when he says he hates to say he told us so, he really means it.

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  42. 99
    BBC Moose Slim promotion Unit says:

    We must now work very hard to downplay the hero’in rug story. It is important that we allow enrichment daily.

    Julian….”let’s say it was down to the Abu dabbi post office. Slight mix up between packets sort of thing”.

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  43. 104

    WARPED SENSE OF HUMOUR SAYS

    La Garde for EUSSR Predident

    McManse Head of IMF

    Cami -Sole to Goldman Sachs

    Nobsore to UBS

    May and Gove Joint CEO s NATO

    Merkel to Kremlin , Putin to Reichstag

    Obama to Hell — one way ticket

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  44. 105
    the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    In Statement of original thought copyright is ridiculous, ownership of thought is a nonsense because thought is belonging to all, in fact thinking is only possible because of society that makes a vocabulary, this is not strictly true, thinking does exist without vocabulary and somebody should research that.
    The idea that I am trying to convey is that trying to possess an idea is a bit stupid really. I’m thinking of the Islamics, as they are a major cause of irritation, they should give their ideas away freely, not wrap them up in cloth and hide but come out and say what they think is the deal.

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      the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

      by secretive methods the frightened people surround themselves with temples, unsure of their belief they assume bigger is better,

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    • 110
      The moral compassless tit wrecking our country from no. 10 says:

      In a land where immoral earnings makes up a significant proportion of GDP I can see no reason why original thought-crimes cannot be copyrighted.

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    • 126
      Bloke says:

      A deep and thoughtful resume although no idea what you’re talking about. What I think you’re saying is “Gordon is a Cnut” ?

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  45. 112
    the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    In Death is Judgement when all your actions are balanced against the Evil and the Good.
    Wrapping lies in a religion was just a ploy, a test to sort out the strong from the weak.

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    the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    the spirits that toy with humanity appear to have moods or perhaps they are interested in some other civilization far far away. These Gods may hopefully return with new instructions that are relevant to current understanding and not primary school instruction. meanwhile those of us that have twigged can point and laugh at the Islamics.

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  47. 120
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Further to last nights panordrama expose.

    Isn’t it funny / strange / odd / bizzare – that so many pigs in this country stand in court swearing on oath – lying bare facedly to the court …

    but then they all know that they are ‘allowed’ to lie like bastards to get innocents convicted because the wigged mob grant them immunity from being called fucking liars.

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  48. 122
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Who is watching all the dirty criminal creeps at Argyll & Bute Council … i am.

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    • 124
      Anonymous says:

      Why ?? What have they been up to ??

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      • 139
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        let’s just say they ‘believe’ the word of a bent accountant a la Madoff style over the truth and they are rather known for their ‘form’ of intimidation, harassment and weasel threatening. And it’s gots nowt to do with the little school girl who was threatened over her expose with pics of school meals last year.

        Accountants who cannot account for their faux pas in paper trails are a bit like the EU’s accountants …

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      • 140
        A very young rabbit says:

        H probably thinks they’re members of the Chosen People. You have to allow for him being a bit mental.

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  49. 123
    the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    Is the female brain inferior to the male brain? it is probably true that the male brain is superior to the female brain and also those brains that are a little bit female inclined as well.

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    • 138
      JadedJean23 says:

      It’s probably all down to the Y chromosome. That liitle bit extra of genes found in males when compared to females.

      When you look at the Normal dsitributions (Guassian) for IQ between the sexes, you will notice that the “Bell curve” for the males is flatter and wider than that for females. That is to say that although the average for the two sexes are both centered around the 100 mark, the tails of the distributions for the males extend further. This is to say that males are both smarter AND more stupid than females. Ignoring those at the lower end of the population does indeed mean that males are smarter than women. For confirmation (as opposed to affirmation, a female trait btw) just look at the statistics for male mathematician Nobel prize winners versus female Nobel prize winners. This is a very crude evaluation of the above, but cannot be ignored.

      Note that some societies keep their female folk “in line”. Maybe there is a good reason for that?

      The West have turned into “Wussies”.

      The feminisation of Western liberal democratic “man” continues unabated.

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      • 141
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Males from caveman days are prone to being chauvinist pig bullies and last nights botmod was a prime example.

        A large proportion of men in society are so pathetic – especially those who still want to remain in the dark ages and oppress women.

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      • 144
        Science over politics says:

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      • 148
        jgm2 says:

        I think women are smarter on average but men are more polarised. Ie the smartest people will tend to be men and the dumbest people will tend to be men.

        The problem with the RoP is that, as their academic attainment demonstrates, on average they are dumber than everybody else in the UK, even the Indigenous dolies, so that even their brightest aren’t that clever and their dumbest are essentially elaborate life support machines for growing a beard.

        Unfortunately, thanks to the wonders of testosterone, their proven idiocy is no bar to their sense of self-importance and arrogance. Most of the thick c*unts would starve to death without handouts. And they know it. Except instead of thanking the gullible saps who flog themselves working to give them handouts they thank Allah for for making us so fucking stupid as to put up with their shit.

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          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          Stupid you say – well it is a subject matter which also matters but which sends some into a conditioned ‘reaction’ – what of the Stupid Goy and those who are laughing at them?

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          • the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

            I was approached by such a person ( a stupid gay ) just yesterday I would not previously have considered that such a person could have survived to adulthood. there are certainly too many people in the world perhaps we should start eliminating the defectives or at least stopping them breeding

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          JH32984923-035 says:

          I’ve noticed this. There aren’t many at all that are ‘intellectually’ clever… there are however the fast-talking crafty ones personified by Mitty Medhi. I suppose Salman Rushdie is an exception, which is why they all want him dead.

          Blab blab blab blab, a bit like an Islamic Owen Jones, quick-draw made up bollocks with lots of fire and motion to keep the target off balance. Unfortunately the internet means he can be dissected after the fact but it is very difficult for anyone to reason with his positions in a live debate, mainly because they weren’t reached through reason.

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  50. 129
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

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    • 142
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Cable is currently only dead from the neck up – ditto Clegg, Rennard, Steel, Carlile et cetera.

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  51. 133
    Anonymous says:

    I’m sorry but we’ve had civil wars on the British Isles and Europe for centuries. Since 1945 we’ve just about managed to hang on to the sacrifice made during WW2 . So anyone pitching up since then – give us a break !

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    I suppose that now is not a good time for anyone to make a confession that they drove on a UK motorway at 150mph. It was on the M4 in South Wales, west of Cardiff in about 1989, late at night when most folk were in bed.

    The Audi Quattro Turbo Coupé was a wonderful car. Not only could it go like the clappers but it could stop in a very controlled manner as well. That is more important than driving quickly.

    Of course one should never overtake people at that speed as they will have no conception that it is possible to drive at that speed. Except in Germany, where it is legal to do so.

    On a three lane motorway without another vehicle on the road, it does not matter.

    The point of this is that they now want to fine people for “speeding” on British motorways at a rate of up to £10,000.

    So, despite the elapse of time, I am not going to tell this story in case some retroactive legislation is enacted.

    Probably, I shall simply return less frequently to spend my money. Hell! That does not matter. They can always print some more.

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    • 150
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      These Speed Camera partnerships have been very lucrative for some forces and councils who well lets just say were in financial meltdown because they mismanaged the publics funds …

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    • 152
      Tachybaptus says:

      Paraleipsis: drawing attention to something by pretending to ignore it.

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    • 155
      Not that fast says:

      speedos were notoriously inaccurate over 100mph. Probably a lot slower.

      I was in a mark 2 Golf gti that was showing 130mph going across the Humber Bridge once. I suspect it was more like 110mph though.

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      • 166

        Quite right. Still are. 10% over-reading is the standard. My reading was taken by satellite. Or rather wasn’t…

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          jgm2 says:

          I find that the speedo reads ‘fast’ compared to the GPS (by about 5mph). So, for example, the speedo will say 57mph when GPS says 52 mph – until you get to 70mph at which point it almost instantly springs to agreeing with the GPS.

          Although I’ve never been anywhere near 150mph I did once get an Austin Allegro to 100mph (speedo reading) downhill on the A66. The thing felt like it was going to fall apart. Like Herbie at the end of the film. But at 100mph. Everything vibrating. Doors shaking, roof shaking, engine screaming. I had to back off lest I find myself somersaulting down the road lashed to the chassis followed by the engine block, bouncing door frames, wheels, burst tyres and sundry bits of motor.

          The car was never the same after that. Somewhat optimistically the speedo went to about 120mph. You’d have had to shove the fucker out of the back of a Hercules to get it to that speed.

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          • I know you are somewhat younger than I am. Therefore you can probably trust your reactions more than I can now, though I am still pretty damned fast. Still, I don’t like to rely on them so much as i used to.

            You and your missus are not short of a bob or two. Treat yourself to a performance car and either 1.) dr!ve it on a track in the UK or 2.) take it to Germany (but watch which autobahn you use, because not all are derestricted).

            As you have not driven at that speed before, make sure you learn how to stop the beast first. Get that right and then go out and have a blow. It is a life-changing experience.

            They are much better in DE, than UK, with lane discipline (but not as good as they used to be) so watch your differential speed with other traffic on the road.

            Contrary to your Aggro experience, my Audi just dug itself more solidly into the road, the faster I drove it. The steering was amazingly precise. No understeer or oversteer. Just precisely what you ask it.

            No wonder they used them for international rallies.

            I regularly dr!ve now at over 100 mph but not at those speeds any longer. But the satisfaction from a good machine responding to sensible control is just something else.

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    • 165
      Christopher Lloyd says:

      I did 88 mph on the M62 in my DeLorian and thought I’d ended up back in 1984, but apparently Hull is always like that.

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    • 169
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      You do read the stuff otherwise you would not have referred to down here from above. like that.

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    • 175

      It may be necessary to explain the point of this post which is not meant to be an idle boast.

      The fact is that, if someone breaks into your home, the police won’t even try to establish who did it and how.

      If someone steals your car, the police will issue you with a crime number but otherwise could not give a fart.

      Even if you are stabbed, they probably won’t find the culprit.

      But dare to break the speed limit and they will come down on you like a ton of bricks.

      Why?

      Because the other things require hard work to solve and, with such a victimless crime, this requires no expertise at all.

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    • 179
      the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

      over 120mph I think you need to be really focused on what’s happening around you whereas at 70 you can be on the phone, checking the lipstick, motivating the kids in the back seat etc.

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    • 217

      OK.

      This was a multi-part post, in conception.

      One should do a little “mind experiment” to see where this approach can lead us.

      Why stop the fines at £10,000.00? Why not make every fine £1m? Or even £1tn?

      You will, no doubt, have guessed where this is leading. At these levels, not only the deficit can be reversed but the entire public debt be eliminated, perhaps with just one fine…

      Now, these guys are politicos, right?

      They are highly intelligent types. Aren’t they? (If not, what did we vote them in for?)

      All our financial problems could be sorted out in no time at all. Why did they not think of this before?

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      • 255
        The moral compassless tit wrecking our country from no. 10 says:

        “… the entire public debt be eliminated, …”

        There – fixed it for you. Can’t be doing with these irritating voters who refuse to do what their representatives tell them to do.

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    • 258
      Vive la Revolution says:

      I have often remarked in recent years on the warped sense of values which has been imposed on our corrupted legal system, whereby the punishment is generally inversely proportional to the ‘crime’.
      I suppose this is only to be expected when the whole UK establishment has been taken over by the criminally-inclined.
      This latest insanity should serve as a timely reminder.

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    • 262
      Devil's Advocaat says:

      The government is sending a very clear message with this one.
      The message is :

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      • 263
        Devil's Advocaat says:

        The government is sending a very clear message with this one.
        The message is :
        Thou shalt take not the slightest risk of killing thyself for that is the government’s prerogative.

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        • 266
          L Finn-Spector says:

          Eliminating risk from everyday life is extremely dangerous since it creates a nation of bored frustrated wimps. Pursuing such a policy will inevitably end in bloodshed.

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  53. 158
    StevieBC says:

    Well at least he is consistent with poor turnouts to hear him ‘lecture’.
    Brown is a “United Nations Special Envoy for Global Education” – no really he is !

    He decided to give a presentation at the UN last year during the GA – unfortunately it had to be cancelled as nobody turned up.

    I think Brown needs some education himself – on self-awareness.

    Somebody please tell him: he is irrelevant, untrustworthy and in Scottish parlance – Brown is a fanny ! ;)

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  54. 168
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Gordon Brown looks glum because he is a miserable useless fuckwit.

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  55. 173
    the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    by proscribing Islamic the UK government asserts control of mind assets belonging to English people and says” Love is all there is”.

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  56. 180
    what a gay dave says:

    Do british values include respecting bum sex, cause if so I think I can see a slight problem with getting the mussies to buy into britudh values

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    • 203
      Bummabumma Shukran says:

      You’ve obviously never been to North Africa or Middle East. Its a botter’s paradise. Their anthem is Johnny Cash’s Ring of Fire.

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    • 288
      Village Idiot says:

      ….Yes..on a trip to morocco in ’71, I was harassed by 2 homosexual arabs, one in Fez, one in Marrakesh, and I was 19, legged it!

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    • 188
      Vote Ukip, get a Lab/LibDem coalition, the most pro-EU combo of all says:

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      • 197
        sometime I wonder, then I think who cares says:

        I will be voting UKIP, I’am a racist according to the LibLabCons, I don’t care who gets to run the lunatic asylum in 2015, as the future is not in the LibLabCon party, if we get past 2016 without a civil uprising then, I expect 2020 will be bright for UKIP, besides September is not here yet and things could change if Scotland take the yellow streak off it’s back and goes and votes YES in the illegal referendum.

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        • 293
          English, not British says:

          The Westminster Raj will be absolutely shitting itself if our Caledonian cousins vote yes.

          They would go all out to break up England into regions, such is the fear in Westminster of any rise in an English identity.

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    • 196
      the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

      well as it’s decided that he’s mentally deranged that signature is negated

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  58. 185
    Evil in our midst says:

    Ofsted should also investigate the school set up by former shit singer Cat Stevens, AKA Yusuf Islam. The bearded twat is brainwashing future generations with poisonous garbage. And I’m not talking about his songs.

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    • 189
      BBC Moose Slim promotion Unit says:

      Every one of them should be checked out. Bradford and Manc immediately.

      All this covering up is a laugh. Ugly isn’t the word for the average woman. Twisted sick beliefs. All coverings should be banned tomorrow, like half of Europe is already.

      Let’s see how tolerant and open they want to be.

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  59. 186
    Traitors says:

    So, they were dishing out Royal Pardons to IRA terrorists throughout the Troubles too.
    What a bunch of cùnts.

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    • 191
      Regulator, BBC Moose Slim promotion Unit says:

      Bliar would do well to get a plane out to Mosul. Everything comes back to his watch. No wonder he is so twitchy all the time.

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      • 194
        more importantly says:

        Can he take Alistair Campbell with him?

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      • 270
        "Mission Accomplished"....Hoorah for the good ol' US of A says:

        Perhaps Bliar can take “Dub-ya”, Cheney and Rumsfield…..with him….to see the “success” of their “War on Terror”

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        • 285
          Village Idiot says:

          …We now know why these arab/muslim countries’ had ruthless dictators at their helm; to control the population the only way they could…The “Pandora’s Box has been well and truly opened and now, ..it will never end!..If blair/bush etc had done their research, they may have understood what they were taking on and fucking up!..Thanks…Blair….

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          • Sgt Dipstick (Rtd) says:

            The FCO folk with years of extensive knowledge and practical experience of the area behind them tried very hard to warn Bliar of the likely consequences of starting any further nonsense in the middle east – at which point Bliar promptly excluded them from all discussions, moved to a sofa cabal Cabinet and put the fuckwits from the MoD in charge. The question of “what was the quid pro quo?” still needs an answer.

            He compounded this stupidity (or is the word ‘treachery’?) by sending totally different instructions to the embassy in Washington and our Rep at the UN, so neither knew what the other was receiving – hence all the lying bullshit emanating from the UN. Regrettably all the Americans involved were “yes boss” placemen [chosen ones] who had no trouble manipulating no brain Bush, the draft dodging inebriated operator of a motor vehicle.

            The rest, as they say, is history.

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  60. 192
    Tim Farton, President of the Cockroach Party says:

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  61. 193
    3R's says:

    Ofsted isn’t fit for purpose.

    Schools have been hijacked by extremists with a
    sinister agenda right under the noses of Ofsted Inspectors.
    Warnings were made back in 2008 and yet nothing was done.

    They should spend less time worrying about little schools in
    Devon being “too white” and concentrate on ensuring all
    pupils have a full and well rounded British education no
    matter what their race or religion.

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    • 251
      PC Knott-Likely says:

      Quite. These reports are really confessions of complete ineptitude.

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      • 257
        Inspector Jack Closer says:

        Logically, then, Ofsted should be failing the schools where Ofsted’s people were educated.

        There seems to be one tiny problem, though …..

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  62. 195
    Anonymous says:

    Emily Matlis is giving a blow job.

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  63. 198
    F'ckwit McMentalist says:

    Sue, SUE………..it’s all that bloody woman’s fault

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    CofE says:

    May……take not one more mozz into the UK. The ME is going to become an anarchic caliphate from sy’ria to af’stan, no Trojan horses required. They are all fucking mad.

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  65. 201
    Jeanette Krankie says:

    I think Scotland should be independent, on the proviso they take in all the ethnically diverse enriching characters from overseas that we have absorbed since 1997. Its a win-win. Scots get independence to create the Norwegian-esque self investing powerful economy and the migrants to build it and migrants get a home that wants them. Only we keep the oil, Jock.

    Fandabidozi.

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      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      A good point, as the 40 or so labour MPs were party to Blairs desire to rub our noses in ‘diversity ‘ It would be grossly unfair if only England were able to take advantage of the cultural enrichment that this policy brought about .

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      • 240
        Man, sawing like hell along the Scortisssshhh Border. says:

        Trying to detach McDoom Land from England.

        Hell of a job though!

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  66. 204
    Fishy says:

    The incredibly dim Labour candidate for Southampton Itchen, Rowenna Davis, is back on Sky News doing the paper review.

    She picked a Guardian front page and told viewers that she worked for the Guardian for a time so she knows that they wouldn’t publish it if it wasn’t true.

    Bless!

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    • 249
      PC Knott-Likely says:

      Oh FO, she’s hot and highly intelligent as Tom Newton Dunny-thingy is all too aware. I am sure if it wasn’t for the niceties of TV presentation…

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    • 318
      Sgt Dipstick (Rtd) says:

      She’s leading member of the lefty empty headed fuckwitz club who inhabit the TV sofas. Happily, it is not yet compulsory viewing for the better ejakatid populace.

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  67. 211
    Yes Guido, talk about Brown says:

    Because there is a real chance that a substantial part of McMentals last Cabinet will be our government next year, including trusted lieutenant and economic genius Ed ‘eleventy’ Balls.

    God help us all.

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    • 223
      jgm2 says:

      Buy gold.

      Cheap at any price if the Imbecile’s foot soldiers manage to chloroform the electorate into forgetting what an ocean-going clusterfuck they created last time.

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      Give over says:

      No real chance looking at recent mid-term electoral trends

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    the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    it is an interesting question ” do you want me to belong ?”
    you ( who are you ?, where do you live ?)
    you do not want to be pissing off the indigenous average white guy.
    this far and no further.
    you islamics have overstepped the mark, you need to go back and consider what is your purpose.

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  69. 219
    Ian Hughes says:

    Labour introduced the bedroom tax into the privert rented sector in 2008.

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    the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    so here is a question, ” if guys like me just disappear”what is the society going to be like ? Would it be something that you would like your granddaughter to grow up in or do you just not care, (\question);

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  71. 225
    Ian Hughes says:

    Sorry,private.

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  72. 232
    sometime I wonder, then I think who cares says:

    So the Met is buying three water cannon for London, is a summer and winter of discontent expected or are they just buying them from German plod out of charity.

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    • 238
      Zer Piss Lovink Jermun gest ..... I meen zer jermun tourists says:

      No darlink, – just to vater zee plants fur zer Rallee ven zer Glorious 4th Rike arrives

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    • 247
      PC Knott-Likely says:

      Anyone who knows anything about London council estates would know that water cannon would have no chance against rioters on such estates and the crew would likely be in danger of losing their lives at close quarters.

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      • 282
        Village Idiot says:

        ….If a water cannon is not adequate, would a few “Chieftain Tanks” help?

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      • 324
        Sgt Dipstick (Rtd) says:

        Yes indeed! The greatest fear these estate dwellers have is of water. They might actually have to have a bath!

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  73. 236
    Grouniad has been allowed out - where's his escort nurses? says:

    So very very glad – and indeed, ‘enriched’ (sic) to see a washerwoman from the back streets of Manchester there.

    True Soshilst emancipation.

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  74. 243
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Looks like he is sat there with a white stick, always thought he was blind (in both eyes).

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    Across the pond, TeaParty candidate has just beaten Eric Cantor in Primary.

    http://www.nationaljournal.com/politics/eric-cantor-falls-to-shock-defeat-in-primary-20140610

    Massive upset and big win for Tea Party.

    LibLabCon take note.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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      PC Knott-Likely says:

      Oh yeah, the Tea Party…lame name, lame game, same lame name and game as when they lost the game in the last frame.

      No one can take seriously a political movement that gives itself such a shONEt name.

      America is not an example of how to conduct our politics in the UK. America actually has some of the worst outcomes in the developed world in terms of health, wealth and wellbeing.

      Whilst you can understand why half of Latin America, Africa and Asia might want to get there, it doesn’t have many lessons for us.

      Who wants the Mafia, one of the highest murder rates in the world, gun massacres in schools, and rampant drug addiction – just to name a few outcomes?

      We shouldn’t give the lame-named Tea Party even a moment’s notice. We should decide on what we want to do on the basis of our own experience.

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      • 253
        Tachybaptus says:

        Tea Party is a very good name, reminding Americans of an important event in their history when they struck a blow against an oppressive government (us, actually). It’s short and clear, unlike the vague names of traditional parties, Republican, Democrat, Conservative, Labour, Liberal, which no longer mean anything at all.

        The reason you object to it is that you are afraid of it, and lefties respond to fear with a torrent of vilification and denial.

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      • 305
        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        The original Boston tea party was when Englishmen finally had enough of bureaucratic rule from abroad ,heavy taxation and no other means to change things, rather reminiscent of similar circumstances today with the continuous stream of EU diktat, and idiotic ‘green’ taxes.

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  76. 267
    C Knellswear says:

    The hypocrites are out in force again :

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/educationnews/10890776/Children-should-learn-British-values-such-as-freedom-and-tolerance-says-David-Cameron.html

    Cameron, Clegg, Brown and Blair are mentioned, all of whom have done so much to destroy everything that was good about the UK.
    Hang ‘em !

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  77. 268
    Rob Roy says:

    Any man and his dog can tell you that breaking up the Union will cause some problems along the way.

    That is inevitable. That is life. There is never any gain without pain .

    Two independent States sharing a common border, possibly different currencies, one possibly a member of the EU the other not, different tax systems and incentives for workers and businesses seems a lot more interesting and attractive than voting for the existing staus quo.

    It is too easy for the English to blame the Scots or the Scots to blame the English.

    Lets vote for change and make it work so we all have a better future and not just a free fish and chips supper.

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  78. 269
    albacore says:

    Blair, Brown, Cameron, what’s the odds?
    Where’s the difference in those sods
    Down deep at the nitty gritty?
    Britain’s finest. What a pity

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    • 274
      White rabbit says:

      Gordon Brown looks so glum
      Because he’s got a big fat bum
      He also smells like old man’s wee
      Tee hee hee hee hee hee hee

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      • 290
        Peter Mandelson's wrecked sphincter says:

        Gordon Brown is a useless old clown,
        everyone frowns when he comes around.
        Gordon Brown has a face like an arse,
        His life’s been a joke, but nobody laughs.

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  79. 271
    Anonymous says:

    Wow, that looks bad. Those LSE speeches are open to the public too, not just students.

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  80. 272
    Michael Gove says:

    I blame the Conservative led coalition for this shambles at the Passport Office.

    Boot out the idiots in 2015 please.

    Families held to ransom over passport chaos http://dailym.ai/1oR3Vdm

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    • 276
      Village Idiot says:

      …Like the “Gove Story”, untrue, most passports have arrived in the allotted time,always exceptions, but not chaos! ..Had mine this week,renewal, 4wks!

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      • 291
        White rabbit says:

        Correct. Relatively smooth process. Although the passport photo was hideous.
        May should resign.

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      • 327
        Curried mee says:

        In Malaysia local passport renewal takes precisely one hour. If they can do it, why can’t you lot?

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    • 279
      Ukweli Machungu says:

      “Immigration minister, James Brokenshire ….”

      As ever, the clue’s in the name.

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  81. 273
    Baron Kinnock of Multi-Pensions says:

    Lurvley lurvley lurvley. It looks like Dave the Gimp is about to recommend the daughter in law for commissioner. My family has sucked so much money out of the taxpayer and now they want to give us more. I’m a lucky boyo!

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    • 281
      Kinnochio says:

      WE’RE AAWWWWWWIIIIGGGHHHTTT !!!! WE’RE AAWWWWWWIIIIGGGHHHTTT !!!! WE’RE AAWWWWWWIIIIGGGHHHTTT !!!!

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  82. 275
    nell says:

    Is he standing for election again in 2015?

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    • 292
      Peter Mandelson's wrecked sphincter says:

      He says he won’t make an announcement before the Scottish In/Out vote – as if his decision is (a) eagerly awaited (like the smoke over the Vatican) by an adoring populace, and (b) will make the slightest difference to anything.

      So basically, “no”.

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  83. 277
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    I gave Samantha £50 and told her to go out on Thursday and leave me in peace while I watched World Cup football.

    “I won’t need that much,” she laughed.

    “You will,” I said. “It’s got to last you five weeks.”

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  84. 280
    Maria Miller says:

    Breaking News …..The BBC have found a link with diabetes, and not wiping your bum properly, reverse diabetes with better bum wiping.

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  85. 283
    Eric Pickles says:

    Wholesale Energy prices fall by 40% and the Big 6 dont give the plebs fuck all… Roll on 2015 ,Milliband will squeeze the fuckers.

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    • 287
      The market explained to Labour simpletons says:

      You’re paying today for energy that was bought by the wholesaler many months ago, when it cost more.

      And didn’t Ed ‘Genius’ Milimong recommend a retail price freeze? When energy cost more? How would that work out when wholesale prices fall by 40%?

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      The history shows says:

      When there last was a large gap between wholesale and retail gas prices, Labour, with Weird Ed at the Department of Energy, did nothing. Of course it will be different next year. Political opportunist chancer Ed will have to do something due to all the mouthing he’s done about ‘standing up to the big 6′. Labour brought you the big 6, did nothing about wholesale retail price differentials and lobbed daft green taxes on top.

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  86. 284
    Gideon George Osborne says:

    The World Bank has revised down its forecast for economic growth in the developing world this year – from 5.3% down to 4.8%.

    Hear ! Hear !

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  87. 286
    Grant"The Cheeky Chappie" Shapps says:

    Great to see the Tory trolls out in force this morning.

    Long may it continue.

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  88. 289
    Nick Clegg says:

    Another vindictive assault on the young in Southampton – Coalition cutbacks force job cuts at City College

    http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/11268700.College_jobs_culled_across_the_South_due_to_government_cutbacks/?ref=var_0

    Boot out the Conservative led coalition then in 2015 !

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    • 296
      Well I never money tree not growing then says:

      Blame everybody but the twat in the above headline and Liebour, time you and Liebour understood, if you want to to carry on the dip into your own pockets and pay up, you lot have stole enough in taxes to build 100s of collages but instead everything that twat touched fell apart and cost billions, he should be in jail along with his so called supporters for the damage he and your lot have caused the country

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  89. 294
    Free Britain says:

    I thought this was amusing, which is the worst chancellor?

    Gordon or George?? You decide:

    http://gordonorgeorge.com/

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  90. 297
    nell says:

    So what was he lecturing on? ‘ How to comfortably trough off the state without doing a day’s work’?

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    • 302
      Vlad the Loudhailer says:

      Yes, I think he wrote a pamphlet about that when he was at University studying how to destroy a successful economy.

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  91. 299
    DESPERATE DECEITFUL DAVE SCAMERON says:

    Speeding fines to quadruple , despite road deaths falling year on year , and fines already at an all time high
    deliberate passport delays , can be bypassed for a £55 fee

    Backdoor tax hikes for no other reason than to cover up the massive increase in social security costs
    and who will these and other rises hit ?
    The so called “Hard working families” that he claims to give a fuck about

    So desperate to stay in power , without being honest about the state of the countries finances
    Whoever gets in , i expect huge tax rises

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    • 300
      Free Britain says:

      Don’t forget the secret courts for “terrorism”, I wonder how long it will take before not agreeing to pay the fines become “terrorism”…after all it’s the right thing to do..

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    • 301
      DESPERATE DECEITFUL DAVE SCAMERON says:

      A backlog of over 500,000 passport applications which you can bypass by going to Liverpool and paying £55 for the while you wait service

      What a joke

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      • 303
        TIM BROKEN SHITE says:

        Backlog what Backlog?

        It’s just supply and demand , those that can pay the most can have a British passport
        The rest of you will have to take your chance in the back of a lorry

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      • 317
        William Wallace says:

        Are there resignations in the post for neglect in public office ?

        Of course not and the Scots would be absolutely stupid to vote to stop this shambolic Westminster administration continuing.

        Just send your £55s and do not look too carefully at your P60s.

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  92. 304
    Julian The Wonderhorse says:

    Did anyone ask him how that wonderful policy of merging HBOS with Lloyds went? Or why part of the deal was a guarantee that no jobs in Scotland should be lost?

    McTwat

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    • 307
      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      Blame the LLoyd’s CEO for not telling Brown to fuck off !

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      • 322
        the Boy Plunger says:

        If Brown had told Northern Crock and RBS to fuck off there would not be so much debt floating around today.

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    • 319
      Long John Silver's parrot says:

      I thought things were going alright until the EU started back tracking upon what Brown said they had agreed to.

      Rest assured those Icelanders have not paid us back any of our money this year and the EU are heralding them as bastions of economic recovery.

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  93. 306
    Oh, really? says:

    And Gordon has forgotten that his government introduced the first bedroom tax.

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    • 314
      Tory Party Think Tank says:

      It was Thatcher who started to sell Council houses to the workers thirty years ago and this is the mess we are now in with the Buidling industry trying to get even more new build housing starts.

      People cannot afford the houses thay have got.

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  94. 312
    Anonymous says:

    “Gordon failed to turn up for the vote…”
    And they still can’t fathom why the electorate have developed a similar lack of interest in that system…Come on Nigel. Either offer the people a crack at real democracy, (Power in respect to actual policies). Or else stop pretending to be any different from the rest.

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  95. 313
    Wally Scott says:

    A free Scotland means a free England.

    Vote YES for a brighter future !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • 316
      William Wallace says:

      As the vote gets closer its squeaky bum time in Standard Life, RBS and Westminster.

      Vote YES loud and clear.

      All you have to lose is a few begrudgingly offered tax breaks.

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    • 328
      Obamalamadingdong says:

      Vote no to freedom!

      Just like I said on the day of the D-Day anniversary. Fucking ironic or what?

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  96. 326
    Llareggub says:

    I’d sooner stick forks in my eyes than sit in an audience listening to Gordon Brown speaking.

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  97. 331
    Cynic2 says:

    “I used to be Prime Minister you know”

    Yes dear. Now drink your Horlicks

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  98. 334
    Mr Angry says:

    If Gordon Clown thinks the ‘bedroom tax’ is “completely unacceptable” why did he introduce it for private tenants? Had he forgotten his pills that day?

    Like

  99. 336
    The Missing says:

    Only four left! the rest have already made full use of their student visas and are long gone, even before Jonah was mentioned.

    To be fair they probably don’t even know who he is!

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  100. 340
    Ian Hughes says:

    Labour introduces the bedroom tax,and universal credit,or have they forgot?

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