June 14th, 2014

Saturday Seven Up


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  1. 1
    A cheeky scouser says:

    Those Arabs want us to help them out again.

    Tell them they will have to wait.

    We have got Ukraine to sort out first.

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    • 5

      Wait until they put up minarets around Paddy’s Wigwam…

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    • 29
      David Cameron says:

      On Monday I shall seek Parliament’s permission to bomb Iraq and support the Islamic terrorists with equipment, money, intelligence and special forces.

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        Socialism is theft says:

        What intelligence?

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          Bliar and Alistur says:

          Dave and Barry haven’t got the guts to admit that it’s not possible to have a clean war.

          The only way is to kill the entire population and destroy everything.

          Give us half an hour and we’ll prepare a nice matching set of lies for you.

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          • The two Muppets says:

            As long as they kill each other ,who gives a monkey,s .

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          • Béziers Bill says:

            Because that religion is like cancer – it spreads and kills all in it’s path. A bloody good dose of radiation and chemicals would stop it. Dead.

            In the words of Simon DeMontfort, “Kill them all, let (their, sic) God sort them out”

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          • dear deer antlers wild. missing forehead says:

            prince i c edward
            forward backward
            pincer movement.

            golden brown is contemporary.
            when did the U .S go persian go.

            the dadday is on the move.

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          • when new jersey becomes new york, someone says:

            envy.
            en^y

            english is envious of new york.
            ship or shop?

            amazon prime is edging forward.
            english understand the physical dimensions of mathematics.

            GMT
            GM
            jiji/Giji/jiG

            JG’s matter. askEdBalls.

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          • logical conclusion says:

            kill mother.
            mother’s create.
            don’t we all.

            so let’s kill tony blair. this is not right. so let’s kill no one.

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          • use shit. eat shit.how shall i eat. tht strange. bottle top says:

            american indian reads tarot cards with red cheeks. if all bum were to face the sun, they would become 3 idiots.

            what is russian for Bollywood?
            asknollywood

            who invited google to the party

            old money in the fridge.
            new money in the freezer “how”

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    • 371
      conditioned exit. says says:

      after ed bal

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    • 461
      who is itrine? says:

      blood of christ or a sunni muslim. extrem, ultra, u? no over there! look, see the bird just flew away. just in site now…

      ultra’s wear bright blod colours.
      extremists have an extreme need for status.

      e europe.
      u union, kingdom, or utrine.

      the game of rugby is wierd, but just look at the supporters,

      only ultra’s look down at extremists. cheek.i.in

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  2. 2
    The World Cup is fixed says:

    David Cameron has just wished the England team “good luck”.

    He says too he is right behind the team.

    What could possibly go wrong ?

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    • 3
      Robby Bobson says:

      I can see it now, England’s gallant losers invited to Number 10 for beer and pizza heated by Sam Cam’s own hands in that 20K kitchen paid for by cash strapped austerity ridden UK taxpayers.

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      • 8
        Socialism is theft says:

        Well we will all be able to drown our sorrows with loads of cheap booze, that us cash-strapped taxpayers obviously can afford.

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        • 88
          The Growler says:

          “that us cash-strapped taxpayers obviously can afford” not really, they would rather spend their money on booze rather than food, they drink to forget, the same way a druggie consumes whatever drug he is addicted to, it’s a case they must get their fix, or life would be unbearable.

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    • 31
      Ed Miliband says:

      I have withdrawn my public support of the England which was printed in the Sun, on the orders of Wirral and Bootle trade Unionists.

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      • 90
        The Growler says:

        Mine has gone in the paper recycle bag

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        • 146
          Growler's orders ???? says:

          What your orders of Wirral and Bootle trade Unionists

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          • The Growler says:

            No old bean, that free handout from the glorious Sun, I live no where near the Wirrel, and haven’t been a trade union member since 1981, my old man was a trade union man but he was a Thatcher person, if he was alive today he would probably vote UKip.

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        • 236
          Fishy says:

          Shame that…mine was as well but then I stopped read some of the bits inside. Very funny, LOL’d even. I’d never buy it but the self effacing Sun headlines of England through the ages were a laugh…(the sort that the News Quiz would have laughed at when it used to be funny – in Coren’s time)

          SEND ‘EM ROME – Brits hit by legions of Ceasars Geezers

          THE HARDER THEY COME AMARDA THEY FALL

          KNIVES OUT FOR FAWKES !!!! (That’s an up to date one, I think)

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          • Cinna says:

            I dislike the Sun intensely. However, I took pleasure in looking over yesterday’s special edition and thinking about all the vitriol pouring out of Liverpool.

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    • 70
      doomwatch says:

      I don’t know why he bothered, Gordon has already wished them the best of luck.

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    • 152
      Anonymous says:

      It’s already gone wrong. The Prime Minister is concerning himself with the doings of a fucking football team.

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      • 228
        Don't Give a Shit about UKRAP, LieBore or the Limp Dumbs says:

        Instead of the already strengthening economy, shrinking crime stats and declining unemployment.

        What a Hunt.

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        • 249
          Anonymous says:

          Well if that’s the case why is he going on about football instead of emphasising what a success he is?

          Anyone who thinks the performance of some athlete or team supposedly representing the country somehow reflects on the status of that country is a very useful idiot indeed to the politicians who got the idea from the former USSR and China. They must have missed that it didn’t work for the Soviets whose citizens ultimately demanded some more tangible proof of success.

          It’s just an extension of the ones who get personal validation from the performance of “their team”. Watching it on the telly does not give you involvement in the success (or failure) of someone else.

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          • Men who have sex with their daughter's friends are disgusting says:

            Where is the Minister of Sport I wonder.

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          • The Growler says:

            It’s known as reflected glory

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          • Helen Grant MP, Minister for Sport says:

            I’m off to my Zumba dancing class. I’ll be back to share the pain when England get hammered into the ground tonight. I really wish they’d take up something less competitive.

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    • 337
      Gordon the Moron says:

      I’ve sold all the gold and put the money on Spain to win.

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  3. 4
    Eric Pickles says:

    Who wants to take part in today’s Naked Bike Ride?

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  4. 6
    Anonymous says:

    #JustInTimeForTheEUElections

    photo/1

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    Socialism is theft says:

    Good to see the Spanish taken down a peg or two but still prefer them to the Germans who killed so many of us in the war. But obviously that wasn’t half as bad as what the Sun did, going off the scousers.

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      Socialism is theft says:

      Then again in 1997 when the Sun was supporting Labour, the unions had no objection to delivering the paper then, did they?

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        M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

        Strange how overnight Murdoch became the Antichrist when he stopped supporting Labour. Suddenly the useful idiots have found loathing within themselves as if it were always there only waiting for the light to be switched on.

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      • 105
        The Growler says:

        I still did not read the Master’s rag whether he supported Liebore or the Conners, the Master always wants to back the winner, he slipped up last time though didn’t he, against an open goal of Broon?

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        • 270
          A little person says:

          Have you forgotten what the Spaniards did to their own kind ?

          Having seen an Exhibition on the subject I think it was more gruesome than WW2.

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  6. 12
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Anyone else noticed how peaceful the middle east has been,ever since Tony Blair became special peace envoy….. its totally uncanny

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    • 14
      George Galloway says:

      Liam Fox tells us US and UK should not rule out military intervention including boots on the ground in Iraq.

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        Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

        Is Liam Fox going to pay for our military out of his own pocket or has Camoron found some money tucked in the back of the settee in number 10 to have his own war before the 2015 General Election, will he have enough time to retrain all those army guys who he gave P45s too , remember it’s austerity ville for the rest of the country while our masters drink champagne and eat cake and piss money away we have from loan company’s, what with the over extended Visa card and all the money we have out riding on all those unwinnable wars.

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        • 38
          Dave Cameron says:

          We can afford it. We have £15trillion. Oh hang on that’s debt… but it’s the same thing, isn’t it?

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          • Fucking Stupid Pleb says:

            No Dave. It’s like you told us. you’re reducing the Deficit thing which means you’re reducing the Debt.

            We think you’re wonderful Dear Leader.

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          • mcdoomwatch says:

            You’ll be saying next that it was Cameron’s mum who actually ran up the debt on her credit card.

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        • 111
          The Growler says:

          Is Liam Fox going to personally lead them in the rear

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          • Screw up your eyes, look inthe opposite direction to the pr@ and you will see that I am right says:

            Liam Fox is a hunk.

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      • 34
        Socialism is theft says:

        That’s the answer, send in the England football team.

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      • 40
        Fact says:

        Liam Fox should shut the fuck up and go back to bed with Verity.

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      • 47
        Banned says:

        Does he want his best mate Werrity to have a fat contract and access to high-level meetings about war strategy?

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      • 155
        anthony aged ten and a bit more says:

        I’ll send some old wellies through the post, bit like a Blue Peter special appeal

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      • 295
        Angelina Ballerina MBA says:

        The link for Liam

        http://www.atlanticfirearms.com/

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  7. 13
    Anonymous says:

    Handycocks son guilty of assault. What a family.

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  8. 15

    UKIP in Friendship

    If you’re ever in a jam, here we am.
    If you’re ever in a mess, S.O.S.
    If you’re so happy, you land in jail. We’re your bail.
    It’s UKIP, UKIP, just a perfect politic.
    When other parties are soon forgot, ours will still be hot.
    Da da da da da da dig dig dig. :-)

    If you’re ever down a well, ring my bell.
    If you’re ever up a tree, just phone to me.
    If you ever loose your teeth when you’re out to dine, borrow mine.
    It’s UKIP, UKIP, just a perfect politic.
    When other parties are soon forget, ours will still be great.
    Loddle doddle chuck Chucka chaa. ;-)

    If they ever black you’re eyes, put me wise.
    If they ever cook your goose, turn me loose.
    And if they ever put a bullet through your brain, I’ll complain.
    It’s UKIP, UKIP, just a perfect politic.
    When other parties are soon forgit, ours will still be it.
    Ah loddle doddle hip hap hap. :-)

    If you ever loose your mind, I’ll be kind.
    And if you ever loose your shirt, I’ll be hurt.
    If you’re ever in a mill and get sawed in half, I won’t laugh.
    It’s UKIP, UKIP, just a perfect politic.
    When other parties are up the crick, ours will still be slick.
    Ah loddle doddle woof woof woof, hep hep hep, chopp chop chop, dig dig dig. :-)

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 24
      Village Idiot says:

      ….Poor,. …very poor…..no msg or patriotic ferver, or un pc rantings!…D for effort!

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    • 69

      It might be that we improve everyone’s spelling by bringing an end to the situation where university degrees are awarded merely for making flapjacks or fabricating new types of disadvantaged groups.

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      • 115
        Fred the pensioner says:

        Basic spelling (and early sums) is the job of primary and junior school teachers. Time they got up off their fat overpaid arses and did their jobs properly.

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        • 251
          Anonymous says:

          They think it’s more important that the kids are properly indoctrinated with the Green and Left propaganda. Being able to spell and count is elitist.
          Being thick and uneducated is the working class culture and must be celebrated and protected.

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      poems how ever bad should be read out loud before publishing says:

      And where is Schroedinger’s Cat’s video recorded live recitale?

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  9. 16
    Celebs_in_Hollywood says:

    What advantages does Willy Hague realistically expect from his association with women and other assorted G8 groupies, whose aim is allegedly to outlaw rape as a weapon of war?
    “Foreign Secretary William Hague likened ending sexual assaults on women during conflict to the 19th-century offensive against the slave trade. ” (Globeandmail)
    Surely if your enemy has stopped doing both X & Y and is now doing just Y it is illogical to tell him his doing Y is tantamount to doing X, if X is far worse than Y.
    Surely War, by its very definition is the complete negation of law and order in favour of might over right. Soldiers furthermore from developed countries can now expect prosecution for any acts committed during a conflict that are regarded as unlawful.
    Since those committing unlawful acts during War are probably the same as those engaged in “unlawful war” is not the discussion of “wrong within wrong” just another case of people contemplating their own navels in what really amounts to a preening and caressing Personal Egos in Public? There must surely be more honest ways to beg people to love you

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      Angelina Ballerina MBA says:

      I relate to William.

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      The MoD legals are topcvnts says:

      Good points.

      I am still unable to discern the difference between a sniper popping off a raghead at 500 yards – and gets full praise for his effort – and one where a soldier pops off a badly injured raghead from 6 feet and get prosecuted.

      There really are some disgusting legal cvnts who inhabit eh halls of the MoD.

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    • 383
      Expat Geordie says:

      So how many r@pe victims who might have survived are going to be killed because the nasty man with the gun will face the same punishment as if he had killed her? He might as well kill her and get rid of the witness?

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  10. 17
    Nigel Farage says:

    Who is the leader of the House of Lords? What is his profession? Who does he actually work for?

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  11. 18
    Casual Observer 2 says:

    Anyone seen or heard any statements from Dubya or Bliar about the great succuss of their Iraq invasion?

    4400 dead Yanks, 400 or so dead British, 100,000 + dead Iraqis and a country in collapse.

    When is that lying t(u)rd Bliar going to get indicted for War Crimes?

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    • 19
      Willybum Foxy and Dave says:

      We do like nice clean wars with drones and things. Leading from the front with lots of dynamic action prime time TV appearances give us almost as big an orgasm as bumsex.

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    • 27
      St.Tone says:

      Can’t touch me! I’m a kafflick now! My sky fairy’s prick is bigger than any mozzie one!

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    • 27
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      You are right to mention the people killed first, but Iraq and Afghanistan have also cost this country £40 billion pounds and now more bombs going off than ever before + Poppy production at an all time high. Did they make Genghis Khan a peace envoy I wonder?.
      PS who cut Chilcots tongue out?

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      • 33
        St.Tone says:

        The Cold War was a risky time. But the threat of nukes obliterating the likes of Blair and Slotgob and their kids personally worked a treat in deterring the cnuts.

        Any fucking politician like Willybum who wants to start a war should be compelled to lead the poor bloody squaddies himself from the very front, and be the first in the body bag.

        Politicians are fucking bastards the World over.

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        • 43
          Blue Peter Goldfish says:

          Interesting that no politician in this country or in the USA has any member of their family son/daughter serving in the armed forces (ok there might be an exception that proves the rule), do they know something?.

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          • Grandaddy Bush says:

            My boy Dubya was in the National Guard

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          • Blue Peter Goldfish says:

            If memory serves me correctly your boy disappeared into Alabama for 2 years of which you were governor of at the time despite being a qualified air force jet pilot, pretty safe their I should think.

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          • The Growler says:

            When he bothered to turn up or was capable of turning up

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          • Angelina Ballerina MBA says:

            William and I have stopped r*p* in “the war zone”

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            Sarah Palin’s son was serving in Iraq with the US Army when she was running for Vice President.

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          • Angelina Ballerina MBA says:

            @Expat Geordie

            Probably explains why the liberal press were against her.

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      • 37
        Genghiz the kahn says:

        Could Chamberlain have predicted that going to war with Germany over Poland would result in Soviet and America hegemony in Europe?

        Could he have predicted the near bankruptcy of the nation, and the swift departure from India?

        What did the French expect when they allowed Khomeni to return to Iran?

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    • 66
      Koba says:

      They should send Blair to negotiate a peace with the ISIS, he has a deep knowledge of Iraq and it’s what a middle-east peace envoy does.

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    P l e b says:

    With all of the armaments we sell to the Arab nations, why can’t they sort their own civil wars out?

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      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      Why have a dog and bark yourself, it’s easy if you have another country’s money as oil revenue to pay the other country to fight your war.

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  13. 36
    You Drone if You want to says:

    So Obamarama and Dave are going to have a splendid time killing Islamists dead in Iraq with drones. Just like playing Angry Birds on the Blackberry.

    How long before the other side starts flying drones over London and New York?

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    • 82
      Nuke Londonistan says:

      How long before the other side starts flying drones over London?

      Not nearly soon enough.

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      • 120
        Anne Abba-Twoir says:

        It would help tremendously if the drones over Tower Hamlets could be loaded with fresh pig blood!

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    • 177
      Anonymous says:

      RPVs are the holy grail for politicians – you can intervene in far away countries without the vote losing inconvenience of some of your soldiers coming home in bits.

      Except they are too stupid to see that it doesn’t work that way, it simply results in planes flying into your skyscrapers and bombs going off in your transit systems. No, idiots, you can’t simply turn up the security to stop that without turning your country into a police state. People will notice. And it won’t work anyway. You have taken all the steps to stop those things from happening again, but the next one will be something different you haven’t thought of, which isn’t difficult, because who would have thought you could hijack an airliner and fly it into a city?

      They get so indignant when people don’t play by their invented rules – during the Iraq war we got all the “terrorists”, “insurgents” etc stuff when the enemy refused to play the game and put their inferior numbers and equipment directly up against US forces and be slaughtered.

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  14. 42

    Plenty of death to be had recently

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  15. 44
    The Guardianistas, Leftists and EUphiles are in love with Hague says:

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    • 48
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Having a summit does not change anything in the real world, hogwash!.

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      • 121
        Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

        Ahh! Look at those sad puppy doggy eyes. Maybe Hush Puppies can sign her up for their next marketing campaign.

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    • 49
      William Hague says:

      There is nothing like a Dame. Nothing quite the same.

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    • 54
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      I don’t suppose raping the British peoples of their democracy and rights and giving them away in the dead of night to foreign governments will get any tributes from a Hollywood star, just like raping the English of a referendum that two countries that have been together for 300 years and only allowing one country to have will get a tribute from a Hollywood star, how about Britain coming first in democracy not the fkin banker in pretend democracies in the rest of the world and they wonder why half the country don’t go to the polling booths.

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      • 59
        Brits are forced to throw away their Britain says:

        A lefty Lady doing the Sky paper review said Iraq was a mistake because they had a society going back 1500 years and you can’t force change on them.

        I wonder if it remotely occurred to her that is exactly what is being done to the British people NOW?

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        • 63
          Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

          Stopped watching the BBC and Sky for news, both seem to have a storage locker full of experts that they can take off a shelf and shove in front of a camera and let them spout total rubbish but then the ones fronting the crap are just drones anyway..

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          • Anonymous says:

            Like to see that on “Storage Wars”.

            “OK, cut the lock and let’s see what we got here”
            (Chorus of groans and disappointment)
            “Ah shit, it’s a load of very used crappy left wing TV pundits – completely worthless.”
            “Who’ll start me at a dollar? Fifty cents? Anybody?”

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        • 103
          #lefty rule no. 259 says:

          You can cherish any culture, as long as it’s not British.

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    • 130
      Jezza says:

      sexual violence conflict zones? Like Rotherham for example?

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      • 135
        Berk A says:

        She’s dressed for Rotherham.

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      • 412
        The Taliban Dance band says:

        sexual violence conflict zones? Jesu, you couldn’t make it up. WTF does Hague et al think an Indisciplined bunch of rag heads or doped-up afro’s do?

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  16. 45
    Too Late chuks. Photos of Ed holding paper are now Toxic says:

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    • 52
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      What about small business?, got any suggestions or is it just photo-op time again with a placard.

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    • 240
      Gordon in the Attic says:

      Nursie, I’ve just done a small business…and it’s Saturday.

      Can I have some clean trousers please

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    • 359
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Ed and Chuck – where haven’t they had their dirty fingers recently?

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    • 375
      Cinna says:

      Does this M*F do anything but tweet? Hasn’t he got a day job? Oh sorry I forgot: he hasn’t… he’s an MP.

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    • 568
      BJ Bill says:

      Please Mr Miliband would you pose with a copy of my specialist publication ‘Dogging News’? I can meet you at any convenient layby, any evening.

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  17. 46
    Liverpool mope says:

    Which ever of his SpAds thought this was a good idea should be taken to a car park and bludgeoned with a piece of piping until all signs of life cease. That or returned to the Tory party from where they obviously came.
    http://labour-uncut.co.uk/2014/06/13/the-sun-photo-opp-farce-shows-how-labours-activist-tail-wags-the-party-dog/

    Is that death threat from a commentator on Labour Uncut?

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  18. 62
    Enough says:

    While we dish out passports to the families of the invaders has anyone ever noticed that any time you contact an ombudsman service letters are always written by Africans or Asians, how do THEY afford to live in London. Why cannot the indigenous people obtain the same support.

    All of this really has to stop now enough is enough.

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    • 68
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      Sadly it’s only just starting to hit the braindead as they go for their passports to go on holiday and find they are last in a queue that stretches around the world, until it starts to hit them they are the last in anything in this country, in jobs, benefits, health, then nothing will happen , vote LibLabCon for the same, if you shout and yell it’s unfair you get called racist and the braindead provide the gang and the votes for the same sameness.

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  19. 67
    Casual Observer 2 says:

    Alas. Too late to stop it in Londinistan. It’s more than half full of immigrant fuckers. Under our ConLibLab sham democracy they will vote for more of the same.

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    • 126
      Fred the pensioner says:

      The Immigration Service has been taken over by immigrants. No wonder we are drowning. 50 years ago it was compulsory for both your parents to have been born in the UK if you wanted to join the Civil Service. It now appears to be completely the opposite!

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    • 179
      JH32984923-035 says:

      Great to see Mehdi’s people of high intelligence having such a fab time in Iraq.

      That will be London in less than 30 years.

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  20. 71
    David Axlegrease says:

    HISTORY REPEATING ITSELF……

    HOW DID THE LAST ‘OFFENSIVE’ GO ? REMIND ME…..

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  21. 72
    The Curse of Cameron says:

    I wish the English Rugby Union team the very best of luck.

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  22. 75

    The epsilon substitution method has just lost a cardinal number.

    RIP Grisha.

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  23. 77
    Anonymous says:

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  24. 91
    Only 28 days 09 hours 48 minutes until the World Cup is over! Yay! says:

    Whose clever idea was it to have the world cup run for a whole month? A month?! Seriously? Hell’s f*cking teeth, we have to endure four weeks of multimillionaire prima donnas kicking a pig’s bladder up and down a field?

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    • 95
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Pigs Bladder is the president of FIFA and deserves a good kicking.

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    • 128
      Fred the pensioner says:

      Oh!! Has it been made compulsory to watch it then? If so, I am for the high jump as I prefer to sleep at night rather than watch all these riots going on.

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      • 156
        jgm2 says:

        I don’t normally get into the World Cup but I did watch all the matches yesterday. And they were all outstanding games. Sadly I can’t see England v Italy living up to any of them.

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      • 188
        Anonymous says:

        Well you certainly won’t be able to watch the BBC “news” without seeing far too much of it.
        “This is the BBC news. Various important things happened in the world today. But first, football… ” (cut to pictures of football morons at airport followed by interview with incoherent player)

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  25. 96
    Lord Oakshit says:

    Is Calamity Clegg still notionally in charge of any LibDems left in office ?

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  26. 97
    Roger Helmer says:

    The man behind the world’s first cabbage hurling championships says he has been amazed by its popularity.

    The vegetables are launched from a catapult-like machine based on trebuchets – weapons used to fling projectiles.

    John Ward, from Lincolnshire, said it “took the world by surprise” at Holbeach Town and Country Fayre last summer.

    The contest will return alongside “onion wanging” this year, he said.

    ‘Typically English’
    Mr Ward said: “It went a little bit hysterical over the weekend [in 2013].

    “We thought [cabbage hurling] would be a 20-minute filler, but every man and his lobster adopted it and stuck it on their website. Everyone seems to be for it.

    “It’s so quirky, so typically English.”

    Mr Ward said he did interviews about the sport on radio stations across the world.

    He came up with the idea to help promote the vegetables, that are typically grown in Lincolnshire where the fertile soil is ideal for brassica crops.

    However, he had to modify his trebuchet design to make them less “lethal”.

    Holbeach Town and Country Fayre is set to be held on Saturday and Sunday, in King’s Field, Holbeach

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  27. 98
    Princess Andrew says:

    Always like it when Americans kiss royal ass. Know your betters, yanks

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  28. 104
    Shouty* says:

    How embarrassing in the 21st century that Britain continues with these fantasy titles! “Dame Commander of the order of St.Michael and St. George” , “British Empire Medal”? What empire? Is it something the country still wants to honour?

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    • 137
      Fred the pensioner says:

      Agreed. The whole system has been so devalued it should be scrapped and E2R can save herself a few bob on all these wasteful garden parties.

      Like

    • 193
      Anonymous says:

      Hey, it’s funny to watch the committed lifelong socialists who get nominated hastily throwing their principles away and getting the acceptance off before the ink has dried.

      Like

  29. 106
    The deluded tit in no. 10 with the common purposeful touch says:

    I’m looking forward to 2015 when all you prodigal buggers return to the folding one’s camp and vote to keep us in office for another term.
    Let’s face it, you all know that, no matter what I do, it’s what I say that really counts. So when I say that I’ll adopt the odd Conservative policy or two next time round you’ll all see the error of your ways and wonder how you could ever not have believed me.

    Bend over and brace yourselves – I’m coming !

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    • 170
      optional extras says:

      Dreams are good for you, just keep dreaming until say June 1st 2015, then wake up and smell the farts of the people trying hard not to piss themselves laughing.

      Like

  30. 109
    Ivy Trellis (Mrs) says:

    Dame. Commander of the Order of the British Empire. Knighthood. Member of the Order of the British Empire. Officer of the Order of the British Empire.

    Is it 2014 or do I live in a fucking museum?

    Like

    • 140
      Fred the pensioner says:

      Ivy luv, I hope you bought your ticket before you came in. The fuzwuz ticket inspector will be round shortly to check.

      Like

    • 142
      British and proud of it says:

      Err,,,Yes it is.

      Like

    • 157
      Be careful for what you wish for. says:

      Yes. Let’s replace the tried and tested a-political British honours system with say medals for service to the EU or awards sponsored by comparethemeerkat or The Guardian medal of honour.

      Like

      • 165
        Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

        The EU and all the other luvvies are very good at giving each other medals, statuettes and other awards for just doing their jobs.

        Like

  31. 116
    Anonymous says:

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  32. 118
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Guy walked into betting shop in Glasgow and staked £200,000 on a No vote in Scottish referendum, somebody else in Surrey staked £400,000 on a No vote with William Hill, believed to be the largest political bet ever.

    Like

    • 144
      Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

      Must have been either Brown or Darling. Got to do something to make ends meet these days.

      Like

  33. 119
    Diverse Briton says:

    “A landlord who constructed ‘beds in sheds’ buildings on his property, opened an illegal hotel in his house – and then refused to stop when ordered – now faces a huge fine or jail. Michael Aslam had been ordered to demolish the outbuilding at the property in Sipson Road, Sipson, by Hillingdon Council, and to cease using the main building and an adjoining one as a hotel. When he failed to comply, and continued to rake in the illegal rent, council officers acted. Aslam, of Reading, appeared at Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court and admitted two charges of breaching planning enforcement orders, but magistrates referred the matter onward to Isleworth Crown Court for sentencing, and also to try to claw back some of Aslam’s ill-gotten gains”

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    • 154
      Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

      Just goes to show, the government are encouraging private enterprise and entrepreneurship – and then along comes some braindead council jobsworth cvnt to put as many hurdles and objections as possible in the way.

      Like

    • 160
      Does not compute says:

      So it’s OK for the Establishment to profit from illegal activities but not the small guy who acted illegally. Hmmm …..

      Like

  34. 122
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    i was just wondering if some jurors have been unduly influenced in the past week and more and whether or not the threat to them to not appraise themsleves of GF & PE at the outset – was not indeed the moment the whole legal fabricating of what can be known brought the wigs into disrepute with the proper administration and due process of the rule of law?

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    • 159
      Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

      Good question. Pity the ill and/or under-educated population will not understand a word you have written.

      Do try to stop talking in fucking innuendos and riddles.

      Thank you.

      Like

      • 214
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        You are welcome. We can forget at least 40% of the population and their thinking processes – don’t you think the three stooge parties along with their msm friends already know that 40% will vote for Christmas if the sun tells them to?

        Oh and btw – innit odd that the legal fraternity are getting very ‘jittery’ * about jurors actually doing research.

        * Such that the wigs are casting ‘fear’ of imprisonment into any juror who dares to think for themselves.

        The wigs don’t like that their actors / stagecraftsmen have been caught telling porkies – thus they resort to ‘be fearful’ tactics. Speaks volumes of their busted closed shop union dunnit?

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        • 305
          Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

          Yup.

          That’s better! :-)

          PS: Where’s Chilcot and his fantasy report?

          Like

  35. 127
    Scousers Have Fun says:

    Like

    • 148
      ISIS spokesman says:

      That place looks like a brothel…

      And shouldn’t Sadiq be defending holy places in Iraq?

      Like

      • 174
        Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

        Sadiq would shit his pants if he was ordered to go anywhere within 500 miles of the Iraqi/Syria border.

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    • 150
      optional extras says:

      Wirral is not scouse and never will be , Liverpool hates Wirral and always has, it,s blocked everything Wirral has done since the nineteenth century , t wat Heath bunged us into the none existing Merseyside and the Conservatives have never been forgiven, they are even trying to force a mayor on Merseyside area and you can guess who wants that job , the scouse git of a mayor

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    • 158
      jgm2 says:

      I think I know who ate all the pies in Wirral.

      Like

    • 243
      Fishy says:

      Is that a TV aerial sticking out of the bald bloke’s head?

      Like

      • 252
        Wake up mongs says:

        What sort of brain dead spasmo would sit there and listen to that pathetic sanctimonious little shit giving a speech?
        Seriously…

        Like

      • 500
        Blue Peter Goldfish says:

        Murdered in the Lounge with a candlestick.

        Like

  36. 131
    ...Wimpy is NOT a British institution ...you ignorant son of immigrants says:

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    • 178
      Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

      Just what is this berk’s fascination with, er, burgers?

      Like

    • 199
      Anonymous says:

      “It’s so much more than a place that sells burgers.”

      It certainly is, I once got one with 2 spent matches in it.

      Like

      • 288
        Socialist Grey Concrete and Generally useless says:

        It’s like a labour not for prophet version of MacDonalds.

        Perhaps it could be franchised to Cuba and the ex Soviets.

        Like

    • 525
      Euan Bliar says:

      “Ours” doesn’t need an apostrophe, Chuckie, you thick mong Hunt.

      Shame my dad didn’t kill you like he did to all them other n1ggers

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  37. 132
  38. 139
    There is NO EU Defence force....Nick Clegg says:

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  39. 143
    Duplicitous Dave the Knobjockeys Friend says:

    I’m getting on top of immigration. Only 200000 plus new British citizens this year. Vote Tory in 2015.

    Like

  40. 145
    Workers? says:

    Like

  41. 149

    Vote UKIP :-D

    Like

  42. 166
    David Axlegrease says:

    ED MILILIVERED ? IS THAT SOME KINDA LIMEY JOKE ?

    Like

  43. 169
    Miliband insults 4 million potential voters says:

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    • 173
      Eds relatives in Israel says:

      Because he doesn’t like the English?

      Like

    • 184
      Mad,mozzie Medievalist says:

      Our Postal Voters can sweep him into power without the need for the pathetic, apathetic English non-voters.

      Like

    • 218
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      Your just using Englishness and English for the Suns own ends, you would rather call a lot of Englishmen and women RACIST for wanting changes in the country, how can you insult a Sun reader, they only buy it because they have run short of loo paper.

      Like

  44. 180
    NEW LABOUR NEW FASCISM says:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-south-east-wales-27840863

    EVen the dead aren’t safe from the People’ Party and the bereaved are just told to gop away

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    • 261
      Close Down the BBC Now says:

      No mention by the BBC that it is a Labour council, though, is there? Quelle surprise.

      Like

  45. 183
    Maria Miller (yes I'm still an MP) says:

    How much longer do I have to wait for my 11% pay rise?

    Like

  46. 185
    Enough is enough says:

    Tony Blair’s been quiet lately.

    Like

  47. 186
    Sepp Blatter (corruption.org) says:

    Brazil’s new upcoming star has just been added to their 23 man world cup squad.

    Refereeinho is expected to solidify their place at the top of the world stage.

    Like

    • 247
      Fishy says:

      + 100 Very good.

      But it’s not looking so good. Platini looked seriously pissed off when Holland scored their 5th against Spain. Didn’t go to plan last night.

      Like

    • 262
      Corruption Everywhere says:

      There was a Colombian linesman playing for Cameroon yesterday. Saved 2 Mexican goals!

      Like

  48. 190
    Ed comes out as a Thespian says:

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  49. 194
    Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

    OK folks, it is approaching noon and on this day each week the numbering on this board goes tits up and contributions become virtually meaningless as they cannot be attached to original entries.

    So this week’s starter for ten, at what number will that happen this week?

    I will start with 271.

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    • 196
      Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

      Oh shit – looks like I got it wrong. We now have two 193s…

      Like

      • 203
        Kim Jong-Un says:

        I would contend that the posts here are virtually meaningless all the time, bit like the liblabcon really.

        Like

      • 307
        Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

        The sneaky numerologist on here has now changed two 193s to two 194s.

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  50. 202
    Anonymous says:

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  51. 205
    Alex Salmond, formerly the cleverest politician in Britain says:

    Today I shall have minestrone soup for lunch, then for supper antipasti, ragù alla bolognese with zabaione for afters, all with a bottle of sangiovese rosso.

    Some grappa will be taken as we settle down to support Italy.

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    • 210
      jgm2 says:

      Followed by half a dozen kebabs from the all night van.

      Like

      • 281
        Idon'tneednodoctor says:

        ……..and maybe a couple of deep fried mars bars, pour le dessert………

        Like

        • 334
          SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          One bonus is ,if by some miracle England do win the World Cup, the jockanese ail be so overcome with bile they are certain to vote yes in the referendum!

          Like

  52. 207
    Scotch take says:

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    • 208
      The shame of Ed Miliband says:

      Events have moved on. Ed is now embarrassed to be supporting England and waving the flag of St George .

      Like

    • 211
      Socialism is theft says:

      Ed Clusterfucker.

      Like

    • 216
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Don’t get too lost in the tribalism divide and rule tricks.

      Is there a judge in the land who has ever had the testicles to stand up to Murdoch – i think not and as for parliamentarians ditto.

      Like

    • 441
      Labouritis a deadly disease says:

      It’s the eyes, they’re those of a stark staring looney.

      How can they train them out of him.

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  53. 217
    Anonymous says:

    #OperationSackPinky

    photo/1

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    • 220
      Mad,mozzie Medievalist says:

      Great !! More political correctness, lots and lots more ‘diversity’, positive discrimination, race cards being pulled everywhere and screams of ‘islamophobia’ if the kuffars complain. Excellent !

      Like

      • 222
        More Labour votes for UKIP says:

        Excellent from UKIP’s perspective.

        Like

        • 238
          Mr Nobody says:

          Well, a vote for Ukip is certainly a vote for Labour.

          Like

          • Mr Logic says:

            A vote for UKIP is a vote for UKIP.

            Like

          • Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

            To make sure Liebour don’t get in you and your mates need to vote UKIP, because an awful lot of people will vote UKIP as I will.

            Like

          • pookie snackumberger says:

            Looks like liebore is going to go all out for the efnic import vote next year.

            It is probably sooner than they had planned but UKIP have changed the game.

            Now that UKIP will be hoovering up their native voter base, the class bollocks has started to run out of steam, and that the gardianistas are no where near enough to cary them accross the line.

            Vote UKIP to fight the power.

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          • A vote for UKIP is actually two votes:

            * A vote for UKIP is a vote NOT for LibLabCom.

            * A vote for UKIP is a vote for UKIP.

            Ergo vote UKIP :-D

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          • Death to all Fanatics!! says:

            Haven’t you got anything better to do, or is this paid work?

            Like

          • Just love your moniker.

            Bye.

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  54. 224
    David Axlegrease says:

    ED !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! FFS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Like

    • 256
      pookie snackumberger says:

      Aw, gawd, don’t show ‘em that, they’ll be demanding more than just an apologies.

      Like

  55. 225

    This is sounding promising:

    The tone from the Clerics / IRGC is sounding very positive, but will the cost be the transfer of Southern !raq and the Sh’ia holy sites to de-facto !ranian administration ? Time to keep an eye on K’urdistan.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  56. 226
    RED LEN says:

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    • 231
      David Axlegrease says:

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      • 257
        Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

        Don’t want Ed as a Forrest Gump, we just need him to be weird, remember Gump was a multimillionaire business man with loads of shrimp boats and other companies, we know red ED is no business man he helped nutter Broon to bring in those expensive green laws that we are paying heavily for even now.

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      • 283
        Ed Miliband says:

        “Life is like a box of chocolates– turn the heat up, and it all turns into a runny mess…”

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        • 311
          Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

          The whole world is a stage…etc

          That Shakespeare bloke has a lot to answer for!

          Like

    • 241
      The Falluja Ministry of Equality & Diversity (Beheadings Division) says:

      They’re going to teach him how to pretend to be human? I don’t think anyone at RADA could achieve that goal.

      11 months before the election and only now has it dawned on Labour that Ed’s Too Weird to Win?

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      • 245
        David Minibanana says:

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        • 273
          Jimmy says:

          At least he’s not killing people, unlike you, you c-unt.

          Like

          • Fishy says:

            Really? Tell that to the thousands of kids and their families killed by barrel bombs in Syria. Killed for the sole reason that Miliband played opportunist politics with the HoC vote against CONSIDERATION of the imposition of a no fly zone which would have saved their lives.

            Miliband backed his comrades, Putin and Assad, pretending to be a statesman when all he was, was a little boy out of his depth.

            Milband is a dangerous fool, finishing his daddies work.

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          • An ex-Labour voter says:

            Uh-huh. And who is Ed’s Shadow Secretary of State for Health? Why, it’s none other than the Right Honourable (!!) Andy Burnham, otherwise known as the fucking mong who tried (and failed) to cover up the avoidable deaths of thousands of NHS patients.

            Do you remember when the Right Honourable (!!) Andy Burnham got very angry that the public found out? Yes, you do. And do you think Andy should be allowed within 50 miles of a hospital ever again? No. And why wouldn’t you like Andy to go anywhere near a hospital? Because he covered up avoidable deaths in hospitals. People died because of Right Honourable (!!) Andy Burnham.

            And Weird Ed thinks Andy should be allowed to do it all over again.

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          • Fishy says:

            Burnham’s adviser said a few weeks back that no-one died at Stafford, the numbers were made up.

            Burnham has failed to take action ,i.e. apologise or sack his adviser.

            Unbelievable.

            Like

          • weirdo ed goes viral says:

            Ooer, Jimmy’s getting a bit aireated.

            Like

  57. 227
    what a gay dave says:

    When are we going to invade iran. I thought they were the ones that were going to cause the next international crisis – not syria and iraq

    Like

    • 237
      The Falluja Ministry of Equality & Diversity (Behadings Division) says:

      In the last couple of years warmongering Labour bastard Tony Blair has been advocating attacking Iran (as you do, when you’re middle-east peace envoy and devout Catholic).

      Can you imagine what state the world would be in right now if we’d followed his advice? He needs locking up for his own safety.

      Like

  58. 232
    Owen Jones,Sports Correspondent amongst other things says:

    Word on the street is Roy’s planning to keep Sterling on the bench with Lallana & Welbeck starting out wide. What do we reckon chaps?

    Like

    • 235
      Jimmy Hill says:

      Not a footy forum so fvck off! But Welbeck is waste of space, like the rest of his Man U England team mates.

      Like

    • 271
      GetReal says:

      Looks like the recurrent stupidity of England playing people out of position. The widely proposed lineup lacks midfield defensive capabilities.

      Like

      • 306
        non taxable pikey says:

        I just pity all of the school teachers who are going to have kids falling asleep in their lessons due to Chav parents allowing them to stay up and watch endless football matches.
        Then of course there are those who will not turn up to work the following day plus the additional accidents caused by those who are tired and do turn up. Spike in work related and traffic accidents probably.

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    • 353
      ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

      Coronation Street’s Roy, you mean?

      Like

  59. 234
    Lord Oakshit says:

    photo/1

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  60. 242
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    photo/1

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  61. 250
    Ed Miliband says:

    Best of luck to Britain in the soccer tonight.

    Like

  62. 253
    The Poof In Residence says:

    Speak for yourself Ducky !

    UK Prime Minister ‏@Number10gov 52s
    PM: On behalf of the whole country I want to wish @England the very best of luck for the #WorldCup. We are right behind you.

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  63. 259
    Tony Blair says:

    Thanks to me, Iraq is a haven of peace. What is important is.

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  64. 276
    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    I have just read Dubya’s autobiography. Did a more honourable, pious man ever walk on this earth?

    Like

  65. 290
    • 297
      R McGeddon says:

      We pay our taxes so our police can turn a blind eye to foreign criminals, and then arrest you for racism if you complain about their presence here.

      Like

  66. 291
    Fuck the LibLabCon says:

    South Yorkshire Villagers Warn of Riots After Intimidation from Roma Immigrants

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/06/14/South-Yorkshire-Villagers-Warn-of-Riots-After-Intimidation-from-Roma-Immigrants

    the number of Roma in the village of Hexthorpe has risen sharply over the past few months, from a handful to more than 500. Angry residents now say that riots and violence could erupt unless police do something about the increase in incidents of fly-tipping, late-night noise and threats and intimidation.

    Residents say the situation is getting worse day-by-day, with local council workers collecting 16 tons of illegally dumped rubbish in just four days.

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    • 303
      Rotherhampoofta says:

      Oh how I fcukin larfed! Their once cosy village has been enriched,wait till chipping Norton whitney and the chalfonts get it.

      Like

      • 310
        Vote Tory, get Sharia & all the other shit you'd get with Labour. says:

        +1

        It is very very funny. They can’t say they weren’t warned.

        “No, no!,” they squeeled, “we can’t vote UKIP because that would let Labour back in, and they’d flood the country with immigrants! No, we must vote for the Tories, they’ll save us.”

        Ha. I bet they thought Call Me Dave would reduce Britain’s debt, too. Oh deary deary me. Well, let’s wait until May 2015 to see if they’ve learned their lesson.

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        • 321
          non taxable pikey says:

          They don’t have to wait that long because on the first of November they will learn just how far CM own throat Dave has sold them down the EU river.

          Like

    • 318
      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      Are the residents naive enough to believe that the police will do anything to help them ,the reverse is more likely to happen ,the thieving scum will be under the protection of the police Any villager who dares to confront them will be arrested for racially aggravated assault dragged off, his DNA forcibly taken, and his home ransacked at 6AM ,his computer confiscated his bank details trawled through, his children taken into care , eventually being bankrupted by the legal system as he is forced to defend himself in the courts.

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  67. 309
    R McGeddon says:

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    • 325
      Looney Watch says:

      Probably a good idea to read the very end, first,

      “About the Author Tom Shillam – I am an Eco-Socialist who blogs for enjoyment. Global Warming is the biggest problem facing humanity.. Capitalism is inherently destructive to ecosystems and the environment and cannot coexist with a peaceful planet.”

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      • 503
        Anonymous says:

        What a deluded nutcase. Presumably he is completely unaware of the widespread environmental destruction in the former USSR and China under Communism.

        Still, at least he admits it, most Watermelons will not admit that their motivations are purely political and nothing to do with “saving the environment” although their lifestyle makes that clear.

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  68. 313
    ENGLAND says:

    SOMETHING ELSE THAT ED MILIBAND AND HIS FELLOW TRAVELLERS DESPISE….

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  69. 320
    Anon. says:

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  70. 326
    Purple Dogzzz says:

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    • 331
      Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

      That’s the only thing he’s got right since 1997.

      Like

    • 333
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      How would he know, he couldn’t tell tell the truth if he fell over it and it hit him in his teeth, what a nasty piece of work , still I hope they have his cell ready in the Hague, one day, one day, Iraq is falling apart, did a good job didn’t he, shame it was for himself.

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    • 349
      JJ says:

      Slimy bastard.

      Like

  71. 329
    Olwyn Jones Queen of the valleys says:

    Why would anybody rape Angelina Jolie?
    Shes already had her tits cut off so its no longer a threat that she will take seriously

    Like

  72. 332
    Labour says:

    Fuck! Just as people were starting to forget about Iraq, it all turns to shit and reminds them of Labour’s involvement. Let’s hope unemployment rises and there’s another recession. The last thing we need is for the recovery to continue.

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  73. 341
    The tit in No 10 says:

    THESE PEOPLE NEED OUR HELP!

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  74. 342
    Ben says:

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    • 346
      pookie snackumberger says:

      Speak proper.

      Sack balls.

      Act normal.

      Win an election on his on volition.

      Like

    • 351
      ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

      Cameron, on the other hand, is proud of his record…

      Wonga
      Bedroom Tax
      Andy Coulson
      Rebekah Brooks
      Food Banks
      Raisa
      Leon Brittan
      Peter Morrison
      HS2
      Osborne’s paddock scam
      Children left in the pub
      43 Government U-turns
      Minimum alcohol pricing
      Anthony Bamford
      Adrian Beecroft
      Michael Spencer
      Lord Green
      Cigarette packaging & Lynton Crosby
      Fracking & Lynton Crosby
      Peter Cruddas
      Lying under oath at Leveson
      Racist Vans
      The promotion of Esther McVey
      Escalating government debt
      Royal Mail selloff price scandal
      Tory beer & bingo
      Support for Maria Miller

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      • 361
        An ex-Labour voter says:

        Interesting list.

        Ignoring Labour’s Iraq war for a moment, the destruction of the education system and the systematic slaughter of NHS patients, let’s take a look at your list.

        Wonga – PayDay loan companies sprang up under Labour, which didn’t ban them – or their APRs.
        Bedroom Tax – removal of a subsidy is not a tax.
        Andy Coulson – fair point.
        Rebekah Brooks – there’s film of her kissing Tony Blair, godfather to one of Murdoch’s kids.
        Food Banks – again, cropped up under Labour. Funny how giving things away creates a queue.
        Raisa – who/what?
        Leon Brittan – Why?
        Peter Morrison – Peter Mandelson.
        HS2 – one of Peter Mandelson’s ideas.
        Osborne’s paddock scam – eh?
        Children left in the pub – lucky kids.
        43 Government U-turns – Labour’s abandoned manifesto commitment on EU referendum. I think they might have promised to reduce crime and poverty, both of which were abandoned.
        Minimum alcohol pricing – blah.
        Anthony Bamford – blah.
        Adrian Beecroft – blah.
        Michael Spencer – blah.
        Lord Green – blah.
        Cigarette packaging & Lynton Crosby – blah.
        Fracking & Lynton Crosby – blah.
        Peter Cruddas – blah.
        Lying under oath at Leveson – Labour might have told a lie or two about WMDs.
        Racist Vans – telling illegal immigrants to go home is not “racism”.
        The promotion of Esther McVey – Knighthood for Fred Goodwin.
        Escalating government debt – a Labour speciality. Amazed you walked into that one.
        Royal Mail selloff price scandal – Labour’s gold selloff price scandal, and the destruction of final salary pensions.
        Tory beer & bingo – eh?
        Support for Maria Miller – support for Peter Mandelson. He was forced to resign how many times?

        And, don’t forget Iraq. That ‘liberation’ thing’s going really, really well.

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        • 364

          Good answers but you are talking to Mou’ssa. He may be a charming bloke but he is a fundamentalist leftie who does not even possess the entertainment value and wit of Jimmy.

          The way in which he has to write his moniker gives a clue about how much he is wanted here by our hosts.

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        • 448
          Gordon Brown, Prime Minister says:

          “Bedroom Tax – removal of a subsidy is not a tax.”

          And introduced by Labour for private tenancies

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      • 362
        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        FOR FUCKS SAKE WHO GIVES A SHIT IF CAMERON LEFT ONE OF HIS BRATS IN A PUB ??????

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  75. 347
    Tony 'triple six head' Blair says:

    It wasn’t me.

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  76. 348

    What happens if the line is not drawn at banana legislation ?

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 363

      It is not clear from the euractiv link what the employer’s position had been on paying the employee from the time he became sick in 2009. If they had kept up his normal pay, then that would have been quite generous, I would have thought. If it had been reduced or discontinued, despite still being employed, the continuing employment having been confirmed by the article, then a different case would apply.

      If someone dies, their obligations have to be met from the estate before any distribution. That is pretty universal in western culture. Similarly their debtors are not excused what they owe.

      Whatever the case, given the uncertainty created by this article, if he was entitled under the law to these monies then the judges’ interpretation would surely be correct.

      The real issue here is whether the law, as drafted, is correct. That is a different matter.

      One final point to note. There is a custom of paying 14 month’s salary, in various European countries, with an extra months pay at Christmas and an extra one in the summer.

      I implemented this system in the UK, on the basis that it was an optional bonus paid by the company. It was over and above the terms of the contract of employment. If someone was not working productively, it would simply be withdrawn. It provided a very effective way of getting rid of people without having to go through the disciplinary procedure.

      It may be this type of scheme which was in existence in this case. Had it been at the employer’s discretion then, of course, the court’s decision will have been faulty.

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        The courts decision may make employers think twice about not terminating the employment of very ill members of staff.

        The outstanding allowance should have gone to the estate unless there was a clause absolving liability in event of employee death.

        But ‘Judge rules firm must pay wages to dead’ is a much better headline.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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        • 396

          Ah!

          Here we have a new problem.

          It’s equivalent would be “Judge rules deceased’s estate must pay his/her debts.”

          Of course, that would not have created a good headline…

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      milk monitor says:

      I don’t see the problem… he’s earned the leave… and it goes to his wife after it’s converted into money, just like an industrial death benefit.
      it’s not even about benefits – because the company is paying her; not the taxpayer.

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      • 381

        That it had to go to the ECJ to sort should perhaps be of slight concern.

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          At this level of dispute, one cannot do other than to agree.

          Previous caveats apply.

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          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          It might say on the tin ‘European Court of Justice’ and it implies that it does justice – but the ECJ is itself a kangaroo court – and is not transaprent in any democratic way.

          The ECHR – also implies lots on the basis of what it says on its tin – but it is similarly an ‘unaccountable’ kangaroo court – where dubious decisions are delivered every day – where one judge takes a ‘decision’ to throw out an appeal – without giving full and proper reasons as to how that single judge has come to his/her determination. In on the words – unaccountable – save as to protecting guilty states who have been caught out.

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          • Agreed. The ECJ decisions feed into formation of EU policy / directives so there are implications for all member States here.

            ECHR decisions are not pan, but this ruling can be held up across Eurozone if situation arises again.

            ECJ is meant to be equivalent of US Federal Supreme court.

            This matter must have been referred in order to clarify the position of EU law over national law: There is no other reason why such a simple matter of allowances should have been escalated other than for clarification.

            Vote UKIP :-D

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        Euro Peon says:

        I don’t think he had “earned” his leave.

        It would be the thirty days leave per annum he was due while he was too ill to work, and he didn’t take because he was … ill.

        Stupid rule. You could be off sick for 46 weeks of the year and then take six weeks holiday for the remainder of the year

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          Expat Geordie says:

          I’ve seen something similar done here, and actually in the private sector. A woman who started working for the company in 1969 and accumulated 1 week’s sick pay entitlement for every year that she worked for them. By the time that I was made redundant by them in 2000 she had accumulated 31 weeks sick pay entitlement a year plus five weeks holiday. This meant that she actually only worked 16 weeks a year.

          The company closed down in 2001 – I wonder why?

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    what a gay dave says:

    Get rid of cast iron

    Vote labour or ukip

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      milk monitor says:

      never vote labour – the party of the middle class globalisation-immigrant-loving sodomite police state warmongers.

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    what a gay dave says:

    I think tony blair is completely insane

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      Tachybaptus says:

      That would let him off the hook for his actions. This is someone who is aware of what he did and does, and his actions were voluntary and evil.

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      Taxpayer funded astroturfing EU Troll says:

      666

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  79. 355
    Richard Nixon's Head says:

    Have Ed Miliband and Hypnotoad ever been seen together in the same room ?

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    Coming to a town near you says:

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    • 360
      Allan, you at t'bar says:

      The ‘Allan, you at t’bar ?’ count is running at record-breaking levels.

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    • 365
      The Falluja Ministry for Equality & Diversity (Beheadings Division) says:

      Certainly a lot of ‘enrichment’ from the religion of peace and tolerance, there!

      Q1. Who’s ‘Akbar’, and why did they keep calling “Hello” to him?

      Q2. And.. given all the general shooting, why did that chav in the baseball cap bother using a silencer?

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    • 512
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      Enriching!

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    • 515
      BBC Thought Police says:

      What a bunch of narrow minded bigots!
      These are just cultural differences, you really need to be more tolerant and open minded. If you keep post videos like this I’ll have to start calling you all RACISTS and you don’t want to called a racist do you?

      You have been warned.

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      Passe-Partout says:

      This is what the London to Brighton Rally will look like in about 10-15 years time.

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    Eternal victim a victim of the other eternal victims says:

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      milk monitor says:

      polls need to droop, sag, and swing below 30% for that to happen at this stage in the game… still… stranger things have happened.

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      Fishy says:

      Liverpool needs to do the decent thing and go for independence.

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  82. 370
    non taxable pikey says:

    Nimitz class George H W Bush just entered the Arabian Gulf with associated escort ships, heading northward. Here we go?

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  83. 378
    Dodgy D. Laws says:

    LIBDEMS AT IT AGAIN………………..

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    • 382
      Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

      If this item related to a UKIP councillor it would be headline news in MSM etc, but as it’s only a LibDem no one will be interested.

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  84. 379
    Hear All See All Say Nowt says:

    The influx of foreigners and the resultant problems into Hexthorpe, in the suburbs of Doncaster has occured in Rosie Winterton’s Labour constituency of Doncaster Central. Miliband is the mp for next door Doncaster North.
    Why has neither mp commented or become actively involved in this escalating dangerous situation ?
    It seems to have beeen delegated (as in abrogated) to the local authority, when the cause is way beyond their control.
    Is it time for local UKIP personnel to take positive action in working towards a solution in a timely manner before their local success in May 2015 ?
    Isn’t this area UKIP’s intended venue for their Conference later in the year ?

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    WHY? says:

    Why should the Police learn to speak Roma?

    Why should locals have to put up with their mess?

    Why should we pay them benefits?

    Why are we bending over backwards to put up with them rather than not letting them into the country in the first place?

    Why don’t we tell the EU to fuck off?

    This is a self inflicted own goal which we don’t have to take…WHY?

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    NAS says:

    Have you ever seen Toby Young and Harry Hill in the same room at the same time?

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/06/14/toby-young-isnt-anti-semitic-hes-just-impressionable-likes-us

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  87. 395

    No UKIP candidate = More Spoiled Ballots

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/06/14/Evidence-People-Spoil-Ballots-When-No-UKIP-Candidate-Stands

    Suggests voters want UKIP candidates.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    NAS says:

    Have you ever seen Toby Young and H@rry Hill in the same room at the same time?

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/06/14/toby-young-isnt-anti-semitic-hes-just-impressionable-likes-us

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    Fog says:

    Anyone else feeling like we’re living in a sci-fi, dystopian movie? The bad guys are everywhere like a virus; the population is expanding to bursting; the media is talking dumbf*kwittery bollox; wars breaking out all over the place; honours given out like sweets; world cup; corruption here; corruption there…

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      Cameron wouldn't know a British value if it hit him says:

      The MSM and the politicians still don’t get it.

      They say we have to put up with mass immigration because it is good for us,

      The carefully selected paper reviewers all speak with one voice, immigration is good for us and to be welcomed.

      Well it’s not good for most of us, OK for the elite and business wanting cheap Labour but most people except the people that get to comment on the telly and the radio are fucking fed up with it. Especially when the solution is so simple. Shut the borders to all except those WE want.

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        Dave the Bastard says:

        Where would Sam and I have got a cheap nanny from if we didn’t employ an immigrant?

        No British born girl could possibly do the job.

        WE ARE FUCKING HYPOCRITES.

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      Happy Happy Days says:

      And the London mayor buying water cannon because of anticipated riots this summer, the Iranians teaming up with the Americans, and Ofcom castigating a school in Cornwall for being too white (whilst not castigating London schools for being too black).

      Yes, it is a fucking mess. Still, at least the Muzzies are demonstrating the peacefulness and tolerance of their religion by machine-gunning each other.

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      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      The pressure is now fully on the four whores of the state – not as they were previously known as [pillars] mind.

      Too many lies, too many hidden and secret agendas – but most importantly a clique of individuals atop a system which can go nowhere near the truth; because of ‘their collective mismanagement’.

      They will always try [and they have lots of form] to blame the general public for all of their failings, shortcomings and wrongdoings.

      As somewhat stated previously on here – it is always those atop the rotting system who are the last to admit that they have fucked up.

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    Does anyone else find Obama’s response to the crisis in Iraq/Syria devoid of any rationale?

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      It must depend on the Head of State that Obama likes or dislikes. says:

      Well for one. In Syria his strategy is to assist ISIS and in Iraq his strategy is to attack ISIS.

      So yes, devoid of any rationale.

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    • 416
      Happy Happy Days says:

      “Does anyone else find Obama ’s response to the crisis in Iraq/Syria devoid of any rationale? ”

      Yes.

      Still, he’ll be gone soon.

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        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Better still would be that every current and past [say 20 years] leader with baggage and their family members including their younger sprogs trying to continue the sins of their fathers – be removed from any and all political activity.

        It is the dead hand of historical familial and financial baggage – that helps no one at this juncture in time.

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        Long John Silver' s parrot says:

        The rationale is very simple.

        If you get involved you will achieve nothing.

        If you stay out of it you will achieve nothing but your money will still be in your pocket.

        Best to stay out, do nothing and keep your money.

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          The middle east is a feasting shithole says:

          And blood we’d save on a lot of blood too, more important than money I would have thought.

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    • 443
      Obamalongadingdong says:

      I used to be indecisive but now I am not too sure.

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    Vote UKIP :-D

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  92. 425
    Labour strategy meeting says:

    Look, we need to keep telling the public that the Tories are evil. It doesn’t matter that it was a Labour government which murdered over a million people in Iraq, we just have to keep ramming home the message that Thatcher was evil, even though she never waged a war based on lies and never smeared a civil servant into the grave and never lined her pockets by advising dictators and oligarchs. Luckily, our voters are mostly thick and are already on side. I mean, we could take a dump right in front of them on their doorstep and they’d still say the Tories are worse.

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    How Libertarianism and even Bernard Bosanquet’s General Will become subverted by:

    * Informational block
    * Experiential block
    * Economic block

    Libertarianism as direct experience: My defense of a misunderstood philosophy – by Chad Nelson

    http://tinyurl.com/pqmcvvv

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    • 437

      Great post.

      Food for thought:

      Is R’oma culture and society libertarian ?
      Does R’oma society naturally exist in a state of anarchy or minarchy ?

      – Serious questions worth looking at – particularly their history wrt. not wanting to be taxed.

      Vote UKIP :-D

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      • 454

        Thanks. It is a very big subject as you will appreciate.

        Today I spoke to a very senior person in the German Landespolizei. One of the areas of psychological study is the propensity of certain groups to use guns or knives in the furtherance of their objectives.

        The value of life is seen in a different way. If one was to look for lines to demarcate Libertarianism and anarchy, her is an area where they surely pass through.

        So my answer to your first question is, most emphatically, no! Unless one is a solipsist…

        But I could easily write 10k words, or more, on this to reinforce.

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          I am not sure law enforcement would give a completely unbiased view as they really only get to experience the negative side of folk.

          The direction I am coming from is separating out what most would consider the criminal aspect, prejudice, and looking at the group objectively: Focusing more on their history and just the culture. Their history prior to WWI and the period prior to the collapse of the Ottoman empire I found surprising.

          Some reading today suggested they may be ‘implicitly’ (I missed that qualification out above) libertarian. They are for sure pure believers in the free market and small government.

          It was after the Ottoman empire collapsed that discrimination in Europe really started against the group. Most of the discrimination started because they refused to settle (encouraged for purpose of easier taxation), and failing to comply with paying tax to land owners / State. There was also a shift towards !slam among them in the 19th Century: Discrimination against musl!ms in Europe (obviously after the Crusades…) also coincided with the collapse of the Ottoman empire, demonstrated in BiH etc.

          Am certain they are not students of Mills, Hayek, Rothbard etc., but many aspects of their culture seem to fit, albeit with what appears to be a somewhat anarchic approach to outsiders. The anarchy is strange to me given the !slamic influence – maybe they should be looked at more through a B’edouin lens, or this could be a function of external negative influences on them.

          To the point that you mentioned on knives / guns – the Roma do have a martial history of sorts. They were noted as freedom fighters in the Balkan uprisings against the Ottomans, and did fight for the Russ!an’s in the Russ!an-Turk!sh war (1877-78).

          I would be wary of law enforcement using psychology arguments about the propensity of ethnic groups to use weapons by type. Psychology is a pseudo-science to start with, and the reasoning will be a distortion of statistical data to fit a political agenda appealing to prejudice. In this case with a distinctly rac!st overtone.

          If there is an effort to prevent people from obtaining their means of survival legally then one would expect them to resort to potentially lethal means of survival. They will choose weapons which they can access most easily.

          The failure to root out the criminal networks which exploit the Roma – both their own and external ones is significant. Expecting them to adjust their culture to conform to the EU one size fits all model – as is causing problems for others – is also unreasonable. The R’oma will react against that strongly as a large part of their recent history has been defined by forces attempting to change them which they have resisted : This is why they are discriminated against and live in what appears to be a strange way now.

          They are definitely worth a closer look, IMHO.

          Note also UKIP is emphatically against R’oma discrimination – a position which I am in full agreement with. That is also a good reason to:

          Vote UKIP :-D

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            You are referred to comment 386 above by MrCessex – vis a vis

            If they don’t integrate – they can fuck off. And the police need to start treating every criminal act by them on an equal basis that they would to any ordinary UK national.

            Using religious / racist dogma to excuse them is where the rot sets in – and it has.

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          • Agree that excusing them is not an option. I would not advocate that either.

            The problem is that unless a way can be found to politically engage with the R’oma, and part of that involves recognizing that they profoundly do not want to integrate, then all that will happen is police time will be tied up arresting them, tension will raise generally, and the cycle of discrimination will restart.

            IMHO: The problems they were experiencing in their countries of origin need to be robustly addressed, and those who do not feel they can adjust to life here (or elsewhere) should return home – but with firm proof that the situation has changed and that home is their home.

            Rooting out the criminal networks which exploit them as well – and in R’omania a number of those are operated directly out of the government – needs to happen also.

            Seeing as this problem still exists and appears to have gotten worst is proof positive that the EU has failed significantly in some of the goals it has set itself.

            Addressing this should be a very high European priority: passing the buck to national governments for failed European level policy is wholly unacceptable.

            Hopefully that clarifies some of the thinking here :-)

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          • Understand your reservations about psychology as I hold them too. However, some aspects appear to hold. Just look around here at some of the personalities who post on this forum for validation…

            One may not argue against facts though and correlations can be made to show different types, some may call them races which anyway is a much abused term, have different propensities.

            There is no doubt that I do discriminate. I do it unashamedly against those who commit such crimes. Even if it were possible to make that an imprisonable offence, I should continue to maintain that view.

            The context of my above posting was confined to those found by the due process of law to have committed homicide.

            An after-the-act analysis of those who do commit such crimes is perfectly acceptable in my view. One result would be that more men murder than women do. I would not be offended by that. Hume’s fork applies.

            The issue of profiling such types becomes a charged one. In a situation where the vast majority of people who commit suicide attacks are of Islamic persuasion, the security services are currently obliged to search some 25 times as many people who are not, simply in order to avoid offending sensibilities.

            This is nonsense on stilts. Everyone knows it is nonsense on stilts. But we have to conduct this charade.

            The issue of such a type not being served in a pub or hotel is another matter altogether and is clearly wrong where it happens.

            There is also something rather different between a Roma in their painted caravan travelling on the roadways of Eastern Europe on the one hand, to a person who hops on a plane on the other, even if he is carrying a load of cash and no credit cards.

            The issue of libertarianism is not relevant to the case of whether or not we let them through our immigration gate. It is afterwards though. That is why we have an opt-out on Shengen.

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          • I think you may have mis-understood my interest in their possibly libertarian culture. It is purely an objective interest. The broader picture of how history led those people to where they are now, and why others are conspiring to get them across borders is also worth knowing.

            They may be a poor people, or in the broader scheme of no interest, but being able to politically engage with them is worth knowing and really the only way to address the tension which seems to arise with their presence.

            R’oma of the past were not all in coloured caravans etc. That is I think a romanticised stereotype, applicable maybe to a subset and likely promoted through popular culture to cover up a more grim reality.

            Back in the 19th Century, R’oma were employed in the textile factories manufacturing cloth for the Ottoman army. Not really the stuff of coloured caravans.

            As for homicide rates: Women kill at about the same rate as men do. However, you only see that when the statistics for contract killing are considered also as women usually get others to do such work for them – one way or another.

            There shouldn’t be any sensitivities. R’oma are just people, albeit ones with a very different history and outlook to others.

            Allowing them into the UK is wholly anti-libertarian.

            The pillar of the single market concerning the free movement of people needs to be put on hold as it has been thoroughly corrupted by a mix of organized crime and bureaucratic failure.

            It is unfortunate that the R’oma have made that case.

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          • Apologise if I was less than fair and fully understand your quest for objectivity.

            My problem with it was that some would be tempted to pick it up and run with it with an intention it was not meant to underpin.

            The painted caravan image was only invoked to illustrate the extremes. However, it is not quite as romanticised a stereotype as you might think. I witnessed many of these in my youth. They evolved into the luxury caravan with plasma TV and all mod cons maybe two decades ago. Also I have travelled extensively in Eastern Europe since the 1970s and have seen them (not always brightly painted) in abundance, even comparatively recently.

            But you open up an interesting point. There was a multiple branch motor dealer in the Midlands some years back whom I had to visit and was introduced by a colleague. He told me on the way there that this man was a gypsy. It was not relevant to my visit so I did not pursue this remark though I thought about it for long afterwards.

            There must have been some reason my colleague described him so but I could not work out what that was and never got the opportunity to question him about it afterwards.

            Yet when I met the person thus described, he was charming, rational, efficient and absolutely indistinguishable from any other businessman of the type. He had properly audited accounts, made excellent returns, paid his taxes; in fact everything one may wish for in a decent human being.

            I have always hated such labels as the only serve to confuse. They certainly confused me and my judgement is always on the individual. The wrapping makes no difference.

            Maybe if I lived in Iraq, my thinking would have developed differently…

            I have voted UKIP. I shall continue to vote UKIP. I urge all others to vote UKIP :-D

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          • No worries – and it is good to invite clarification of the position. PC has helped stifle a lot of reasonable debate – the point you raise above about assumptions on ‘pick up and run’ speaks to that.

            Would also mention that the slang term for R’oma, from the history I have been reading, seems to have come into prominence within Europe towards the end of the 19th Century, again around the time the Ottoman empire collapsed.

            Cannot really judge people who apply such labels – another PC error – but why they feel they need to apply is of interest. The approach of the guy you mention above may have been reflective of the individuals proud self identity, or incredulous expression because of the fact that the individual ran so completely counter to stereotype.

            It would be fair to say that if the chap you knew who described as thus had a problem with the guy, or if a problem existed, he would not be employing him. That is one way to reason through this and eliminate possible discrimination, and see stereotype for what it is: A propaganda.

            Not 100% sure what !raq has to do with this – but if you are thinking along sectarian lines then looking to NI may provide a more easily recognized analogue.

            Vote UKIP :-D

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        A fat gypsy girl heading back to France says:

        From practical experience Roma Society involves defecating and leaving your droppings and toilet paper on public highways footpaths and cycleways close to your caravan and mercedes.

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    • 481
      Ah! spy says:

      A nipple. Not like cat to miss the cream.

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      • 485

        Would not like to estimate how many of those I have seen today. Somewhere in the thousands, even numbers thank God!

        That dress had buttons on it so I suggest a visit to Specsavers, open Monday at nine (meanwhile cut down on it a little… I did and it saved me.)

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  95. 432
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    i have noted that amanda [oz bitch] platella has done a reverse ferret on william the vague today.

    She like louise de mentia – don’t want to refer to their previous form – which shows the pair of them have been had by the homo mobsters.

    And De Mentia – actually gets paid the Murdoch coin to publish her utter bilge. e.g. Her you couldn’t make it up twisted rhetoric and jargon crap of last weeks scum on sunday.

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  96. 438
    Tony Blair says:

    Dead Iraqis made me rich.

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    • 459
      Ukweli Machungu says:

      No doubt they gave you a hard-on as well.

      Blair – you are a very sick sub-human.

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    • 488
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Didn’t the dead UK and US servicemen and women make you even richer and weren’t you also rewarded for your murderous antics by some very dodgy banking dynastic families?

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    non taxable pikey says:

    Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear.

    SPIEGEL Online reports that a Greenpeace employee in the head office in Amsterdam has lost a cool €3.8 million through speculative financial transactions. All this money came from donations:

    http://www.spiegel.de/wirtschaft/soziales/greenpeace-mitarbeiter-verzockt-spender-millionen-a-975215.html

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    • 450
      Socialism the route to poverty for all says:

      Not to worry it’s not their money and it certainly won’t be booked against the Fatherland

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    • 494
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      It’s no different to what every local council in the UK are doing with – The council taxpayers money … It is of course all Criminal ‘Theft from the public purse’ and those who continue in every local council to turn a blind eye to it at nodding through council minutes are – equally culpable for the crimes.

      Their collective ‘ignorance of the law is no excuse’ – lamp posts are readied.

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    • 502
      Greenpeace Mong says:

      No worry; we will invent a new eco-scare and gullible government fools will give us donations courtesy of the taxpayer.

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  98. 445

    Could this be one of the last traditional Lib Dem voters ?

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  100. 447
    BBC's Huw Edwards on Trooping of the Colo(u)r says:

    “Flight Lootenunt”

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    • 462
      Beeboid Creeps says:

      What a twat. He must be added to THE LIST.

      Beeboid Lefties, despise everything American but speak yankee to sound cool.

      What utter arseholes.

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  101. 458
    Religion of Peas HR Dept says:

    Shortage of soccer balls causing us to humanely sever more human heads.

    Donate just £2 per month to this good cause.

    Free parker pen given with first head.

    Thank yous
    Allan Akbar

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  102. 460
    Hatrick says:

    what pathetic shite is Miliband cooking up to try and resonate with the working class

    Miliband like Bown is a fucking embarrassment

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    • 465
      Harriet "PIE" Harmong says:

      He isn’t the worst the Labour Party has to offer.

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    • 467
      Sad Dick Kunt says:

      Haven’t we had any prison riots since my doom-filled TV interviews about over-crowding ?

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      • 476
        Ed Milimong stares defeat in the face. says:

        Nope. And the cost-of-living crisis/bedroom tax/flatlining economy thang hasn’t really happened, either.

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      • 535
        A fair cop? says:

        Nope, not since half of them were moved to open prisons [surely there must be some English grammatical term to describe that?] and a few then went walkabout.

        Privatised Prison “Service” really on the ball here with their modern up-to-date fluffy headed thinking.

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  103. 463
    Sebb Blatter says:

    Italy 5

    England 1

    Get over it…

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    • 464
      Only 28 days 22 hours 00 minutes until the World Cup is over! Yay! says:

      Does that mean.. does it mean..

      NO MORE WORLD CUP SHIT* HERE IN ENGLAND? Pleeeeeassseee!

      *sorry, “kicking a pig’s bladder around a field”.

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        • 480
          Only 28 days 21 hours 40 minutes until the World Cup is over! Yay! says:

          Yep! Took a bit of dusting off (not used since July 26th 2012) but this moniker seems to be working OK (to be honest, I’ve not really checked the calculations very carefully – bit of a pig to find out when the closing ceremony actually starts, BST).

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    mangochutney says:

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      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      Nice… shame about the implants though.

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      • 491
        Only 28 days 21 hours 21 minutes until the World Cup is over! Yay! says:

        She could do with thigh-length leather boots.

        For safety’s sake, obviously.

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        • 536
          fred the pensioner says:

          As my old sports master used to say when referring to very small swimming trunks: Just the necessary to cover the essential.

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    Viperous Old Vince says:

    Calamity Clegg won’t be around after the next General Election….

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    Scooter Boy says:

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    Shaving foam solution says:

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    • 486
      Only 28 days 21 hours 28 minutes until the World Cup is over! Yay! says:

      “Watch our closer from the Chile v Australia match”

      Their closer what? Closer to the edge? The finish? What? What are they closer to?

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      • 507
        Tachybaptus says:

        We’ve got a closer on our door. It’s called ‘The Dominator’ on its label, and it’s a hydraulic thing that pushes it shut and makes it very hard to open. There is a political analogy in there somewhere but I can’t be arsed to work it out.

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  108. 483
    The Oxford Committee for Famine Relief says:

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    • 487
      Lefties take over a once great Charity says:

      So what the Flying Fook has this to do with famine Relief? Yes FAMINE RELIEF, it’s what you are supposed to do. TWATS

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      • 579
        Expat Geordie says:

        It was never a great charity. They were formed to help relieve a famine in Greece. The famine was occurring during WWII, and had been caused by the Germans. They wanted the British government to ship scarce food supplies into the Med and hand them over to, you guessed it, the Germans to feed the starving Greeks. Does anyone here detect any slight flaws with this plan?

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    • 493
      Only 28 days 21 hours 13 minutes until the World Cup is over! Yay! says:

      “Who would win if the World Cup was decided on inequality, not goals?”

      Jesus Christ on crutches. As much as I liked browsing the junk in my local Oxfam, I’m going to make a point of never going in there again.

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      • 495
        Anonymous says:

        I hope this government is making sure that they don’t give any dosh to OXFAM.

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      • 498
        south of the M4 says:

        Big charity is theft, long hijacked by the politics of the left. Give your money to local charities.

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      • 513
        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        The socialist pricks will only be satisfied when we attain equality in poverty,when nobody has spot to piss in, equality never accomplished anything !

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        • 523

          …equality never accomplished anything !

          Except, ironically, inequality.

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          • Tachybaptus says:

            @SC 2:05 am
            Equality never existed. The would-be equalisers simply produce an elite living on what they take from the underlings — in which they do not essentially differ from any other political group, except that they tell bigger lies as they plunder.

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          • Grey Sea Fields says:

            All things being equal, I’d prefer the pope to be flushed out of Philadelphia.

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          • Long John Silver' s parrot says:

            Equality means mediocrity for all.

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          • Jane Birkin from Paris says:

            They have equality here in France.

            If you want to shop in Ikea on a Sunday you can if you live in Paris but if you try to do the same in the provinces you can’t and end up being fined and prosecuted.

            If you work in a factory and dare to work more than 35 hours a week all hell is let loose.

            If however you work in an office as an accountant or lawyer you can then work as many hours as you want.

            This is how equality works.

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          • Avocat opportuniste says:

            [au JB en Paris]

            Vive la difference !

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          • Blue Peter Goldfish says:

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            Socialism never accomplished anything either.

            Ms De Mentia – attacks ‘everyone’ …. so perhaps she wants Rupert Law to Rule.

            The Electoral Commission is itself a totally ‘corrupted body’.

            Converse Monday or if there is a. n. other blog today.

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    • 508
      Tachybaptus says:

      However uninteresting the spectacle of twenty-two men chasing a bladder, North Korea versus Burkina Faso might be a bit of a giggle.

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    • 511
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      Oh do fuck off Oxfam!

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    • 551
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

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  109. 484
    Moussa's Sista says:

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  110. 490
    Portent says:

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  111. 492
    A betting man says:

    I’m going to go out on a limb and make a brave prediction. It’s a bit of a risky call to make but here goes. I reckon England will get totally mullered by Italy.

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  112. 497
    Ed Milibandwagon says:

    I just want to wish Glen Rooney and Rod Serling and all the rest of the footballmen the best of luck in their World 1 Soccer match against Germany.

    Go Team GB!

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  113. 505
    spot the football shirts says:

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  114. 509

    This should be shared…

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  115. 510
    Close shave says:

    Why does the Ref keep spraying the grass with shaving foam?

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  116. 518
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    angjlooy and vague – look at the child abuse and pa3dos in the UK’s highest echelons. In yeur own back yard there vaguey.

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  117. 519

    Remarkable what a new centre left government has done for Italy’s self confidence. I feel there’s a lesson there for England, don’t you?

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    • 521
      Tachybaptus says:

      The Italian government is, and has been since the last war, totally irrelevant to the life and business of Italians. Italy prospers through its unofficial ‘black’ economy, in which a lot of people work very hard and successfully evade taxes. If Italians feel more confident, it is nothing to do with their government, but simply because their economy is beginning to recover from the disastrous interventions of the EU (a centre-left oligarchy).

      Before you say it, the point does not escape me, the recovery in Britain has also happened entirely independently of the disastrous interventions of the Conservative–Liberal Democrat coalition (a centre-left oligarchy). But if we had had a black economy comparable to that of Italy, we should be doing even better now.

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      • 537
        Fred the pensioner says:

        So what you are saying is that all the Caribbean and Asian sub-continent incomers should be getting their fingers out and working harder?

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  118. 528

    Reconstruction of lost posts for ease of assimilation:


    507
    SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:
    June 15, 2014 at 1:16 am

    The socialist pricks will only be satisfied when we attain equality in poverty,when nobody has spot to piss in, equality never accomplished anything !
    =0=
    Schrödinger’s cat says:
    June 15, 2014 at 2:05 am

    …equality never accomplished anything !

    Except, ironically, inequality.
    =0=
    Tachybaptus {validated Gravatar} says:
    June 15, 2014 at 2:22 am

    @SC 2:05 am
    Equality never existed. The would-be equalisers simply produce an elite living on what they take from the underlings — in which they do not essentially differ from any other political group, except that they tell bigger lies as they plunder.

    Agree completely, Tachy.

    Have just been looking at the interesting chain of events which occurred over a vast time in catalytic Montmorillonite clay. Nucleotides could form and join together into polynucleotides, which could then become RNA, which in turn evolved into DNA (all much simplified for this post) and then you are in familiar Darwinism territory. It is all about the reality of inequality.

    Here is the very cusp of Physics begetting Biology. From that ‘moment’ on, any prospect of equality disappeared save as an unrealisable ideal in the mind. So, via Physics and Biology, I am brought back to Hume’s Fork for the second time tonight…

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    • 529

      Forgot to posit my other strange conjecture arising from the above:

      Ironically, the charlatans appear to be amongst the current winners in the evolutionary process! They are likely to trip over themselves in the longer term though, as they come to rely more heavily on the unrealisable.

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    • 539
      Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

      Lost posts?

      See, I told you that would happen at #193 – subsequently changed to #194 above.

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    • 581
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      ughhnumberinghasgonekaput

      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:
      June 15, 2014 at 2:11 pm

      Socialism never accomplished anything either.

      Ms De Mentia – attacks ‘everyone’ …. so perhaps she wants Rupert Law to Rule.

      The Electoral Commission is itself a totally ‘corrupted body’.

      Converse Monday or if there is a. n. other blog today.

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  119. 532
    Mr Whippy says:

    Predictable.

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  120. 534
    non taxable pikey says:

    ‘The end of the Arabs and the fall of Arabism’

    By Eyad Abu Shakra

    15-06-2014: ‘…The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has been battling the Free Syrian Army and other Syrian rebel factions over the past few years, without once targeting the regime of Bashar al-Assad. In turn, the Syrian government—which did not hesitate to shell Syrian cities and villages with all sorts of lethal weapons, including ones prohibited under international law—never targeted ISIS strongholds.

    …The displacement of the people in the Mashreq region currently taking place is not an arbitrary phenomenon. Rather, it is indicative of a conspiracy threatening the Sunni presence in this area. Such a conspiracy is no less catastrophic than the cleansing of Andalusia of its Arab and Muslim populations or the uprooting and displacement of the Palestinians.

    The motives behind the displacement of the residents of Homs, Aleppo, Raqqa and Deir Ezzor in Syria and Mosul, Ramadi, Fallujah and Samarra in Iraq is too clear to ignore. What is becoming clearer is the identity of the perpetrators of such acts. It is not a sheer coincidence or a pointless act. Rather, I reckon that a plot has been hatched on the highest levels in the world’s major capitals to redraw the map of the Middle East. This is a much more serious issue than just a bunch of brainwashed, zealous volunteers angered by Iran’s atrocious sectarian acts in the region or fed up with the incompetence of Arabs to liberate Palestine.

    To wrap up, I would say that the current political scenario requires the wise leaders in the Arab world to consider the facts and not be lost to delusion. The betrayal of the Syrian people was perpetrated by the international community almost unanimously. The conspiracy to destroy Iraq’s social fabric was cooked up in those international political circles that approved of the idea of the Mashreq [the Arab countries to the east of Egypt] being under Iranian control.’

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    • 540
      Build a Burger a day says:

      Nuffink to do wiv us, Guv, honest. We are just a group of folk who meet every now and then to discuss the snooker results.

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    • 550
      Santandear says:

      The Spanish invented the inquisition, armada and flu, but El Cid was one of their better ideas.

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  121. 541
    Labour Genocide says:

    Oh look, mass murderer Tony Blair has popped up to say he’s not to blame for Iraq’s troubles and that it’s the result of not having a war with Syria. That creature really has no shame. He’s not even human, I regard him as a monster. A monster whom Labour would rather everyone forgot, as he serves as an embassing reminder to the public of Labour’s illegal war and the million dead.

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    • 555
      The Labour Party says:

      Like all problems today, the problems facing the Iraqi community have their roots in savage Tory cuts which have created a chances of living crisis. Thatcher’s intervention in 1990 are also to blame, obviously.

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  122. 542
    Owen Jones says:

    British values are wrong! Islam is peace!

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  123. 543
    Gordon Brown says:

    I wish England well for their next match.

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  124. 544
    Gordon Brown says:

    I want revenge on all the students who didn’t attend my speech at the LSE. They’re bigots and I shall smear them. Where’s Damien?

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  125. 553
    albacore says:

    Ah, so that’s Dave’s master plan with immigration:
    It’s just a cunning plot for the inculcation
    Of British values on any sod he drags in
    By the million from every exotic dustbin
    After all, Magna Carta’s all they need to learn
    Ever seen Dave and then not felt your stomach churn?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-27853591

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    • 556
      The witless mong in Number 10 says:

      Magna Carter.. Let me think.. Hang on, it’ll come to me, I think I’ve seen it on sale in Waitrose. It’s some sort of cider, isn’t it?

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  126. 554
    The tit in no. 10 with the sister-in-law named Sharia says:

    Right, I’ve told the mozzies that they should be be more British – and I’m just the chap to tell them. When I tell people to do something they know they’ve been told – isn’t that right, Angela ?
    You can tell that my orders have been heeded by the flood of passport applications.
    Don’t worry, all you mozzies out there, I’m just going to wave your applications through so. The people of Britain are waiting to welcome you with open arms – I know you’d be awaiting them with arms if you were in their shoes.

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  127. 557
    Mystic Smeg says:

    Dame Wayne will be next.

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  128. 559
    Wayne's World says:

    That Rooney chap was fat, lazy and useless. I thought he was supposed to be our top Footy talent.

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  129. 560
    David Beckham says:

    England managers always do it. They insist on playing some big name over the hill, petulant, useless player who takes away a vital place for someone much more able.

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  130. 563
    Esta says:

    cute baby <3

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  131. 565
    long John Silver' s parrot says:

    George Osborne has just said that 200,000 new homes could be built on brownfield sites by 2020.

    I think that Stockport County could be playing in the Premier League by 2020.

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  132. 569
    Blair Rich Project says:

    I would like to thank the BBC for giving me the opportunity to put the record straight. I am not a deceitful, narcissistic,money-grabbing, war-mongering nutjob and the situation in Iraq has nothing to do with me. Thank you.

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  133. 573
    Wot a fukin cheek says:

    PM Urges UK To Stand Up For ‘British Values’

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  134. 575
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    @SC t 2:05

    Socialism is another thing that is a figment of peopels imaginations.

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  135. 576
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    The Iraq War has been the subject of several inquiries, including the Chilcot inquiry – which began in 2009 – into the UK’s participation in military action against Saddam Hussein and its aftermath.

    Last month, the inquiry said details of the “gist” of talks between Tony Blair and former US president George Bush before the Iraq war are to be published.

    Mr Blair has said he wants the Chilcot report to be published and he “resented” claims he was to blame for its slow progress. So who is to blame then for its slow progress that’s 5 years what a ====.

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  136. 578
    non taxable pikey says:

    Any possibility of running this kickyball nonsense for longer than a month? I had an entire swimming pool to myself this morning.

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