June 15th, 2014

Third Sector Mafia Tantrum
Labour’s Charity Allies Attack Tory MP 

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Back in 2012 Fraser Nelson warned that Brown was putting his people into the Charity third-sector. Sure enough the usual suspects from the taxpayer-subsidised charity mafia will tomorrow try to pull off one of their coordinated outrage media hits. They will have a pop at Tory MP Conor Burns for having the cheek to suggest that charities like Oxfam, who take a significant chunk of public money for their international efforts, should butt out of domestic politics. The well-heeled public affairs team at Friends of the Earth have got a collection of Labour sleepers to sign a letter to the Times which will be published on Monday morning. They will claim that they are all very ‘concerned’ that attempts are being made to ‘stifle charities’. They deliberately miss the point that this is ‘concern’ about the government awarding money to organisations that then use that cash to lobby the very same government. 

Guido was particularly amused when  he had a little look at the signatories to Monday’s letter. Just how independent is Joe Irvin from the National Association for Voluntary and Community Action? Well he used to be a Special Adviser to John Prescott and a member of the Number 10 policy unit under Labour…

Kate Allen of Amnesty International? Well she was sleeping with Ken Livingstone for long enough…

How about Alexandra Runswick from Unlock Democracy? Proud Labour member. 

Surely Tony Dykes, from those UK-based experts Action for Southern Africa, is alright?  Nope, the former Leader of Camden Council. (Labour).

Guido feels he is being a bit unfair labelling all these concerned do-gooders as Labour supporters. At least Jon Nott, the General Secretary of the Woodcraft Folk, is a Green. The same cannot be said of Martin Drewry  from Health Poverty Action who is another proud Labour supporter.

Leaked emails reveal that the now much maligned Oxfam have had a hand in making this letter happen. Their Policy and Communications Manager, Richard Pyle, has been encouraging old friends, colleagues and fellow travellers to sign up. Let’s have a peek at some of his ‘likes’ and interests on Facebook, shall we?

- Wes Streeting for Ilford North (Labour PPC)
- Derek4Europe (Derek Munn a Labour MEP candidate for Scotland)
- Pam Duncan (who ran for Labour selection in wait for it…Falkirk)
- Kirsty4Europe (Kirsty O’Brien, a Labour MEP candidate for Scotland)
- LGBT Labour
- Luke Pollard (Labour PPC in South West Devon in 2010)
- David Miliband
- Peter Mandelson
- Tony Blair

And, lest there be any doubt:

- I’m supporting Labour at the General Election

You have to wonder how switched on Oxfam’s Policy Manager really is when he ‘declares war on unemployment’ in the same week that employment reaches a record high. It’s worth noting who is really driving this hysterical outrage bus. Hint: it’s party political.


321 Comments

  1. 1
    bergen says:

    They’ve been in for four years preaching austerity. Why then is our money still being given to these people ?

    Liked by 1 person

    • 7
      Kermit says:

      The UK is a rich country. It is £15 trillion in debt. Far more than most of the countries it is sending money to. Luckily I am recruiting in London at the moment.

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      • 37
        Toxic Labour for Spongers, Parasites, Criminals, Layabouts & other Wasters says:

        All these disgusting charities have CEO’s and other Socialist cronies on 6 figure salaries. Any tax money going to them should be stopped now.

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        • 88
          Giddy George Osborne says:

          Nah.

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          • gildedtumbril says:

            They simply need stringing up.
            Eg, I would not willingly contribute the thousandth part of a counterfeit brass farthing to Africa. The more you ‘help’ the worse it gets.

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          • Hang 'em high! REALLY HIGH! (own piano wire supplied) says:

            C’mon Gilded – let’s make a start – pour encourager les autres

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          • Charity begings at home says:

            Scrap government donations to charities.

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          • stop lite. muhamed says:

            boris mad to call himself mad.
            just as well the scorpion has become a snake.

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        • 141
          Ban Common Purpose says:

          Totally agree. The so-called ‘Third Sector’ is utterly politicised. Try getting any senior job without subtle and not-so-subtle questioning about your left-leaning credentials. It ain’t going to happen.

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        • 321
          David Doesn't Do Fratricide says:

          The Labour Party is the ‘cum-shot’ of the whole Poverty Porn industry (and Oxfam it’s Cream Pie).

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      • 184
        Twat Hunter. says:

        How fucking stupid are you? £15 trillion? Don’t be such a knob. Public debt is £1.3 trillion. If you want to pile in all paid liabilities as well, and all debt held against assets and then absolutely everything else including the amount of pocket money parents promise their children, it still isn’t £15 trillion.

        Twat.

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      • 195
        The man with the funny hair called Michael says:

        who will pay for increased trouble on the streets of London?
        who is the mayor of London. Does he have a view on security matters or should Teresa May decide.

        another UK nuisance in Iraq, another lynch mobbing urge to arms in the UK.

        Teresa May or Boris Johnson. who will pay?

        Blair is not even a politician.

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    • 11
      dai giving says:

      they should be on a driverless tube train

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      • 32

        They are quick to complain but champagne socialists at heart

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      • 42
        carlo gambino says:

        they should be on a driverless tube train

        —————————————————

        No need to make the distinction. All tube trains are driverless.

        Tho because we have a government frit of the bruvvahs, every tube train has a union fat-cat sitting up the front, doing nothing and trousering £55K of your money every year for the privilege..

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    • 60
      cutney mary stinks. phil have. jermy thorpe is dead. the unburied says:

      chutney mary.
      mary rose. sunk.

      charity begins at home.
      if prince charles wants to be himself he should become the royal envoy to the middle east.

      what has phil got on his mind.
      mind mental. the clue is in the east.

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      • 67
        Academy of Sports. silence says:

        No one wants Dr David Owen. he should emply silent bob.
        BBC is home free as it is in the charity business,

        it gives airtime to business people .
        business people commit fraud.
        so a good start would be to label them as such. prime example is.

        pinch point, hence pich it. new pinch is ?

        does BBC sell it’s airtime to the highest bidder?
        if not.

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      • 81
        Anonymous says:

        Twat

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      • 215
        what's there not to like? Good life says:

        David Beckham or Tony Blair.

        one has formiddable intelligence.

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        • 301
          rollo57 says:

          David Beckham or Tony Blair.

          one has formidable intelligence.

          LOL. Beckham couldn’t put a sentence together till he was 25?

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    • 288
      jdseanjd says:

      June 1972, the US EPA, Environmental Protection Agency, banned DDT as carcinogenic.
      It wasn’t. It was an effective anti-malarial agent, out of patent & cheap.

      Deaths from malaria were down to about 50,000 pa. Malaria was almost a minor illness before the ban.

      After the ban, deaths shot to about 2 million pa.
      Since 1972, about 66 million people have died unnecessarily in the Third World, mostly children.

      That’s more than Hitler killed, more than Stalin, more than Mao.

      Read Michael Crichton’s best seller “State of Fear”
      Read Wildavsky, Aaron : “But is it True? A Citizen’s Guide to Environmental Health and Safety Issues.” Cambridge : Harvard University Press (1995?)
      25 pages on DDT, also sections on acid rain, asbestos, the ozone hole, global warming & more.

      When/If sanity returns, the ban on DDT will come to be seen as the greatest tragedy of the 20th Century.

      We live in OrwellWorld, & the EPA should be renamed the HSA : The Human Slaughter Agency

      The icing on this genocide cake?

      DDT was never actually banned.

      The cherry on top of that icing?

      Foreign rulers, many dictators, were told: “You order DDT, you get no more foreign aid” Rulers were bribed to be complicit in the deaths of their own people.

      Foreign aid is for genocide.

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  2. 2
    Charity begins with true charities says:

    Stop all donations to these labourite ‘charities’

    You’ll feel so much better

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  3. 3
    2nd says:

    2nd!

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  4. 5
    Old Blue Eyes says:

    I have long since given up donating to any charity other than The Salvation Army, The British Legion and local organisations and my reason is political.

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  5. 8
    London Dave says:

    Parasitical socialists miffed that anyone dare suggest taxpayers shouldn’t be subsidizing the pet obsessions of leftists.

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  6. 10
    Red Ken Lyingscum says:

    Kate Allen. Wotta munter !!!

    http://bit.ly/1qQWW5q

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  7. 12
    David Axlegrease says:

    TAXI FOR RED ED………………………….

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    • 21
      Aida nuff says:

      That’s an insult. Labour’s support for open borders immigration has decimated the wages of the UK’s taxi drivers.

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    • 245
      Ed Fatliner says:

      Ned is advertising for Crown Paints also, looks like a Vinyl Matt, Darwen’s best on his elbows!

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  8. 13
    Leamas says:

    Well that’s Five Live Breakfast’s lead story sorted.

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  9. 14

    General Secretary of the Woodcraft Folk?

    We ought to know more:

    * Did they evolve from the BBC’s Woodentops?
    * Is Maria Bird still the narrator?
    * Is it still made in a tin shed or has that been recycled into hats?
    * What happened to Mrs Scrubbitt?
    * Ditto Buttercup the Cow and Spotty Dog?

    Worst of all, does he speak with Received Pronunciation, for which the minimum sentence now is death?

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    • 36
      Tachybaptus says:

      The Woodcraft Folk are supported by the Cooperative Movement and belong to the International Falcon Movement — Socialist Education International (IFM-SEI), so they can hardly be described as apolitical. However, in 2005 their strong opposition to the Iraq war lost them their government funding. Perhaps they are a bit too far left for the Labour Party.

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      • 55

        Not sure whether their aim is to protect children or to subvert them.

        The Motto “Span the world with friendship, Education for Socialist Change” comes straight out of the Ed Miliband Bumper Fun Book of Cringingly Awful Mottos.

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        • 160
          táxpáyér says:

          Accurate and honest Education about socialist change (i.e. before and after pics of post communist countries) would be welcome.

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    • 39
      Cinna says:

      Woodcraft Folk?

      Oh f*uck! Just what we need another ethnic minority.

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    • 258
      Jack Ketch. says:

      In the 1930s the origins of the Woodcraft folk were the Kibbo Kraft movement. They were very close to fascism (as was the German Wandervogel of the time). They marched in parades wearing their “Greenshirts”. The organisation split, many joined the Moselyites, some formed the Woodcraft Folk and a small rump of Kibbo Krafters hovered around until the 1950s.

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  10. 15
    Common Porpoise says:

    Common Purpose UK is a subsidiary of The Common Purpose Charitable Trust, with both bodies being registered with the Charity Commission under the Registered Charity number 1023384.

    Ran by Marxists.

    Book em Danno, Case closed.

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    • 109
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      See below at 107 – re: bent other charities CP and Stonewall.

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    • 298
      Fred the pensioner says:

      OH oh!! If you upset Mrs Kate’s auntie Julie you are likely to finish up in the Tower of London (or under Blackfriars bridge).

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  11. 16
    mr godfrey says:

    Fake, bogus charities!

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  12. 17
    No 3rd 4th 8th Runway says:

    I stopped giving to OXFAM when they entered into a partnership with Heathrow Airport Holdings. It’s bad enough that the Chinese and Qataris are now big shareholders in Heathrow but worse still, how can OXFAM bleat about damage to third world villages due to man made climate change while supporting Heathrow’s polluting and destruction of Heathrow Villages ?

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    • 31
      Anonymous says:

      I stopped buying from their shops when they filled the windows with climate change propaganda.

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    • 34
      Fishy says:

      Crap. I don’t support Oxfam…but where Heathrow is concerned – what villages?

      Heathrow supports 100,000 jobs and many, many more in the M4 / M40 / A4 corridors. It needs to grow.

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      • 45
        carlo gambino says:

        Heathrow needs to grow. Don’t worry David Cameron is on the case. If by ‘on the case’ I mean that he has kicked the third runway decision into the long grass for five years or so.

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      • 47
        Look on a map says:

        Harmondsworth, Harlington, Longford and Sipson have 10,000 Britons that should not suffer losing their homes to increase the profits of the Chinese, Qatari and Singaporean Sovereign Wealth Funds.
        Never let ignorance stop you posting nonsense Fishy.

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      • 52
        Corporate fascism rules UK says:

        Heathrow is automising and shedding jobs. Heathrow admit that a 3rd and 4th runway will only provide a 1,000 jobs. So we lose 5,000 homes to make 1,000 jobs.
        It needs to grow ? Why ?

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        • 300
          Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

          LHR does not need to expand. It is reported that the equivalent of several jumbo jets fly empty back and forth across the Atlantic each week. A bit of decent organisation and cooperation would fix that so that resources were properly utilised.

          What might profitably be expanded though are the ground resources to allow faster transit through the place for arriving passengers.

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  13. 18
    Mr Nutall of the UKIPs says:

    I wonder if we were to look at the Contracts being awarded out by this Government how many of them are Tory Party Supporters and Donors.

    Guido would never dare do that story though would they. Probably have shares in one of two of those companies pillaging British resources. Probably Voted for that old Tory Boy Tony Blair in 1997.

    About time all Corruption was laid bare regardless of the party political nonsense.

    Grow some Balls Guido mention all the corruption not just those of your rivals.

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    • 40
      Fishy says:

      Crap. How can you ask serious political questions while you indulge yourself supporting the nonentities who are UKIP.

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      • 56
        Ooooh, get you says:

        Just won the EU Election while the LibDems struggled for one member.

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      • 173
        Mr Nutall of the UKIPs says:

        Only Nige can stop the Muslamification of our Pork. Lefty Feminists have been taking over and allowing 3rd worlders to bring in Muslamic Ray guns.

        These ray guns are used to groom young girls, turn boys into Jyhidsts and turn white people into an oppressed majority.

        Also he promises to take allowances and expenses away from the LibLabCon. For his own personal use on strippers, booze, cigars and Bitches.

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  14. 19
    Tony Blair says:

    Usual bunch of champagne socialists using the Cheridy label to have a very nice fat salary and lifestyle thank you very much while keeping themselves on the sunlit moral uplands of helping the poor and needy brown people.

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  15. 22
    Nonny Mouse says:

    These “charity” people are mostly Labour placemen deliberately and cynically put into these organisations to politicise them and to provide an extra opposition to a Conservative government. They are duplicitous c*nts who actually probably don’t give a toss about the people and causes they are meant to help. Just using them as vehicles to peddle their pernicious propaganda and to get paid for doing it. “I do charity work” – yeah course you do! I bet they’ve never done anything for free in their lives. Give up some of your free time and go and wipe an old person’s bottom in a care home or feed them a meal cos they can’t feed themselves. That’s real charity work! F*ck the lot of you “charity” types! There should be a purge of all the malignant sh*t from public life in this country.

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    • 24
      Aida nuff says:

      Why has Eton got charitable status ?

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      • 25
        A wag says:

        To promote windmills…

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      • 26
        Nonny Mouse says:

        F*ck knows! That should be taken away from them.

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      • 27
        Bob says:

        To promote windmills…

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      • 28
        Chief Whip, 101 years old says:

        To promote upmarket shirtlifting

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      • 35
        non taxable pikey says:

        To keep down their tax bills.

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      • 99
        Anonymous says:

        To enable the large % of their brighter pupils on scholarships (who can’t afford the full fees) to go there.

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        • 113
          Any from Sluff says:

          Please clarify large % of pupils and which country they come from.

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          • It's Establishment protectionism says:

            And clarify brighter.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Google it or write a letter to the bursar.

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          • Money is made round to go round says:

            I did write to the bursar and he said he would happily re-invest any British taxpayer funded foreign aid via the Eton charitable trust to educate any despot that wanted to attack the standard of living of Britons that subsidised Eton.

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      • 108
        táxpáyér says:

        Why do you want to tax education?

        If anything It’s parents who should be funding THEIR kids education.

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        • 119
          It's Establishment protectionism says:

          The world’s despots are funding their offspring’s education.
          Why are foreign billionaires not paying VAT to protect their children from mixing with state educated British children ?

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          • táxpáyér says:

            Because VAT is an evil tax on working (those adding value) and we should rejoice wherever it is not extorted, and save a loud boo for George Osbourne for raising the worst tax to 20%.

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          • Pick a subject you know about next time says:

            The unproductive feral underclass also pay VAT so it’s a democratic tax.

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          • táxpáyér says:

            No they don’t.

            VAT is Value Added Tax. It’s borne by the workers adding the value, not by Magic Money Tree 20%.

            Everyone pays an LVT.

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        • 205
          That's what i meant but got distracted says:

          And the unproductive feral overclass.

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      • 155
        Shop-lifting for beginners says:

        “Why has Eton got charitable status ?” Most likely because they can’t help themselves.

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    • 33
      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      It is time a complete overhaul of the charity system is undertaken the whole thing is a morass of self serving snouts deeply in the public money trough , infested with labour sleepers like the civil service and police and judiciary ,Cameron has had four years to do something about it but as usual ignored it.

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      • 51
        carlo gambino says:

        Don’t worry, Dave is aware of the situation and will do something ‘robust’ about it in the next parliament.

        Or possibly the one after that

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      • 54
        Anonymous says:

        “Cast Iron Dave”didn’t ignore it.
        SamCam has a nice “Ambassadors” number with Save the Children.

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      • 121
        Fight Establishment injustice says:

        They are all in it together.
        Disagree, vote and donate UKIP.

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      • 170
        Ministry Of Funny Handshakes says:

        Don’t forget us! We’ve got people in the upper echelon’s of the Police, Councils, NHS, MoD, Civil Service, Government, Banking and Big Business, Fire Service, Sex Shops…Oh wait!, the latter we only have after Office Hours…

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      • 309
        Vlad the Loudhailer says:

        Dave hasn’t finished his quango bonfire yet so he has no time for the charity fireworks!

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  16. 29
    Anonymous says:

    Climate sceptics are very familiar with this extensive network of supposedly independent groups which are in fact closely related, share a largely common membership (where they actually have one, a number of them basically consist of one person with a computer churning out press releases e.g. Transform Scotland or whatever he’s calling it this week) and swap key personnel e.g. Richard Dixon went seamlessly from WWF to FOE.

    Their objective is to appear to have a larger voice and collect more public money than their numbers justify.

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  17. 30
    m says:

    If Kate Allen was up to date with her Amnesty International brief she would know that charities are not allowed in law to make political comments. Perhaps she might like to clarify her actual position.

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  18. 38
    Fog says:

    Is Zeus returning tomorrow? Are you protected?

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  19. 41
    non taxable pikey says:

    Why were there people outside my local Tesco today shaking the bucket for “Type 2 Diabetes?”
    What’s more to the point is why were there people giving them money?

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  20. 43
    Anonymous says:

    Don’t forget, nothing has changed since the local and euro elections.

    Forget them and next year every one will have forgotton all about ukip, right?

    The liblabcon party just don’t get it, but eventually they will

    Can’t wait.

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  21. 44
    jdseanjd says:

    Oh what a tangled web we weave….

    Trouble is… They’re all in it together, Brian.

    Lib/Lab/CON… 2 cheeks of the same arse, take your pick for the hole.

    “Our” political class no longer represent their constituents, never mind this country.

    EU worshipping traitors, about 97% of ‘em, by my consensus.

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    • 53
      carlo gambino says:

      Stop fooling yourself that UKIP are anything other than one of those selfsame cheeks.

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      • 63
        jdseanjd says:

        Maybe. Time will tell, I guess.
        Farage may turn out to be another empty suit stuffed with cash. My crystal ball keeps going kinda murky.

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      • 65
        Stupid Says As Stupid Does says:

        B*llocks

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      • 96
        I like being talked about in the 3rd Person by some tit who knows fuck all.. says:

        We’ll find out when UKIP come up with their Manifesto. You belittle them from afar, yet I can bet you that you cannot even name the first policies they voted against in the North Yorkshire County Council meetings? Need a hand? The Cons decided that they ‘needed’ a pay rise. UKIP voted AGAINST it. The fact that you wheel-out this shite on this page illustrates that you actually know FUCK ALL about UKIP locally. Get your fat arse off your Compewtor and go down to one of their Local Meetings.

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        • 128
          Vote Tory get a payrise says:

          Well said. It’s the social media ignoratti spouting their usual nonsense.

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        • 138
          Carlo Gambino says:

          We’ll find out when UKIP come up with their Manifesto.

          ——————————————————————

          They came out with a manifesto for the 2010 election.

          Though Farage did describe it as ‘drivel’.

          So I *can* wait for the next one.

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          • táxpáyér says:

            You’re probably still wondering when Cam will do the things his manifesto says he’ll do, also wondering about tall the things they DID do that weren’t in the manifesto.

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      • 172
        Mycroft says:

        I joined UKIP to stop that happening, the way to make things how you want them is to actively progress your desires by being involved.

        You get what you deserve, if you have been deceived by the major players, and frankly who hasn’t, then the way to stop that is to get in, get working and get what you haven’t had before.

        It really is that simple.

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    • 62
      I'm Brian and so is my wife says:

      I’d like to see the 3% start a rebellion. There’s million’s of us that would join them.

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      • 70
        jdseanjd says:

        Up the RevOluTIon, Comrade, long as I can sit here with a cold tube & take the piss. Revolts sound kinda energetic to me, Brian.
        Go see Nige, see if he’s game.
        Gotta pick a slogan first, that’s crucial, rally the troops.
        Gotta be non-PC. The only stipulation.
        One Pint Best Brit Bitter for Best Slogan.
        Have at it Comrades. :)

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        • 85
          Grow a backbone silly boy says:

          Revolutions don’t have to be energetic.
          It could be putting your X in the right place, removing your funds from uncooperative financial institutions, not purchasing goods from certain retailers or not giving to undeserving charities.
          Using the word comrade is a cowardly sneer and shows your naivety and lack of respect for people power.
          Are you above us, looking down from a student bedsit thinking you know it all or are you an ‘I’m alright Jack’ ?

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          • Jack says:

            Leave me out of this.

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          • Aida nuff says:

            Jackie ??

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          • jdseanjd says:

            Whoa there boy, steady on.

            For your edification, I’m 60 years old, I sign my petitions, in business now I deal with banks as little as I can.

            Using the word Comrades is my way of extracting the michael from the left wing likes of dopes such as Greenpiss & their Socialist/Communist cohorts.

            Cowardice & naivety are unsafe accusations you have no grounds for making, but, you’re right about my lack of respect for people power.
            Most people are sheep, waffling meaningless phrases & platitudes, on little or no evidence. Ring any bells?

            Please don’t mistake me for a wet behind the ears young fool.
            I’m a geriatric old fool. :)

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          • That's what i meant but got distracted says:

            You’re not suffering tinnitus pops.

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  22. 46
    Reality Cheque says:

    So, the MCPigs, sorry MCB, have today passed a resolution that !slamopgobes are at work with the British Values thing.

    Pretty fast work that. We had better bury it then, or do we make these fackers actually change their miserable course.

    Taking today as a typical example, 75% of the top ten text news items on the Beeboids channel are bad moozie stories including chopping index fingers off in Aghan and maundering soldiers in open pits in !raq, nice.

    Either these people here now realise the music has changed or they can fuck off.

    Instead of Brit Values, let’s have the Ten Commandments instead.

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  23. 50
    Anonymous says:

    Don’t forget, with mass immigration it’s never enough for immigrants just to be here, they ALWAYS want more, just like devolution was never enough for the Scots.

    Two great Labour party policies.

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    • 58
      carlo gambino says:

      Tony Liar thought ‘let the muzzies preach on the streets in Finsbury Park’ then they’ll be happy.

      Well yes they were happy. But they’ll be even happier with getting Spain back, and then perhaps the UK.

      They’re nothing if not ambitious.

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      • 82
        Reality C says:

        And the Yanks made sure Hook had the right attachment to his set to wipe his own arse, whereas we employed guards to do it for him. Bet he enjoyed the superiority of that exercise. Twat.

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        • 122
          Bert says:

          I’m curious. What attachment was that? Is is quick release or threaded? Whitworth or metric? Etc.

          Presumably a brush of some kind … not too bristly, so as not to compromise his human rights, and especially not hogshair, though if I were in charge that might change. I’d tell him afterwards, of course 8-)

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  24. 61
    Franknowzad says:

    It’s Kinnock’s Law of Income ReDistribution at work.
    “The worse poverty and hopelessness are in a constituency the wealthier their Labour MP becomes.”
    eg Ed MILLIONAIREBAND (Lab. Doncaster Shithole)

    Except the comrades now act on a global scale.

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    • 64
      Franknowzad says:

      Priti PATEL MP has already exposed this scam.

      “Fake Charities” (Google it) not socialism.

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  25. 68

    The bloke beside The Baroness looks like Wayne Rooney ten years hence — or on second thoughts Wayne Rooney today (after his non display against Italy ) .

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  26. 72
    SS says:

    String the labour supporting cnuts up by the balls.

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  27. 74
    Owen Jones,Socialist turned Capitalist says:

    Come and join me and The Peoples Army in the fightback against the murdering ISIS bastards in Iraq.

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  28. 78
    Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

    It’s time all charities had a dose of reality and the charity commission went and did the job they get paid for and go through them all like a dose of salts and all duplication of charities sorted out by closing some of them, all politics should be banned in charities and failure to conform close them down, any shares in any other businesses should be reported to the charity commission and all wages and company cars should also be reported and if necessary taxed or banned as they are fkin charities not businesses, all shops in town centres should be taxed at the business rate, as a charity the should not be allowed to use other businesses in helping to collect money and charge the charity per credit card or amount collected.

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    • 86
      Charitee Mangler says:

      What..what..and pay tax and market rents? But the BMWs would have to go and our Leftie benefits package ( 20 hrs per week, £50k, non contrib pension scheme, final salary of course, two months sick leave and ten weeks holidays, private health care, subs, expenses and allowances, etc etc etc) would be under threat.

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    • 152
      Londoner says:

      The Charity Commision is not fit for purpose.

      The public should have the right to force charities to close. Too many of them have no real goals except self-preservation for their bloated senior managements.

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  29. 80
    Anonymous says:

    The Labour Elite…getting rich due to the undying support of blind fukwits like Jimmy.

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  30. 83
    Julia Middleton says:

    Coo-ee!

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    • 211
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      The msm might not be watching you – BUT The British Public are – you deluded rudderless psychotic bitch.

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  31. 84
    Joss Taskin says:

    Tony B£iar has been spouting off a lot about the Middle East of late and, as usual, blaming everyone else for the carnage going on there ( nothing to do with the illegal war he started, of course ).

    Did he mention ‘the religion of peace’ and ‘islam’ at any point ?

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    • 98
      UN Observer says:

      No

      And Christopher Meyer, ex UK Ambassador to the US, has just told the truth on Sky

      Al Qaeda in Irak was founded shortly after the US UK invasion of 2003

      It changed its name to ISIS ISIL when Al Qaeda said it was “too extreme”

      So ISIS is a direct result of the Bush Blair invasion

      Bush and Blair are war criminals and should be hung

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      • 106
        D L George says:

        “It changed its name to ISIS ISIL when Al Qaeda said it was “too extreme””

        Are we sure that’s real and not just another smokescreen because a certain group of thought police don’t want people thinking along the obvious Sunni – Shiite divisions?

        A bloke on newsnight last week said as much, they don’t want people talking about the obvious religious breakdown.

        Too extreme for Al Qaeda? how is that even possible?

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      • 308
        Flaming Torches R Us says:

        Meyer in Washington and Greenstock at the UN. Both top diplomats being fed daily doses of differentiating shit from the No 10 sofa cabal. Neither knew what the other was being told/instructed. The folks at the FCO with years of experience of that part of the world behind them were being totally by-passed, with policy being handed to dimwits at the MoD.

        No wonder it all became such a political fuckup – and the outcomes we are seeing today.

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    • 100
      D L George says:

      Someone above posted this…

      http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/06/15/the-crisis-leadership-of-no-drama-obama.html

      Inside Obama’s administration they say they “don’t do dumb sh*t”
      Implying of course that Tony Blair DID do dumb sh*t.

      Yet another interesting side to a subject you won’t hear on the BBC.

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    • 103
      UN Observer says:

      Of course not

      But there is ample proof in the UK and US now that Bush and Blair fabricated the evidence to justify the invasion of Iraq on breach of the United Nations Charter

      That is a war crime and arrest warrants should be issued immediately by the Prosecutor in the Hague…

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  32. 87

    It’s simple. Charities exist to tackle social evils. Tories exist to support them. Plainly there will be a conflict here.

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    • 89
      Vote Tory, get Sharia. says:

      So what does the Labour Party exist for?

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    • 90
      Jimmy the Dhimmi says:

      No, Jimmy. It’s not simple: YOU are

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    • 97
      Anonymous says:

      I agree. Most Tories do actually support charities unlike the legions of labour supporting fukwits that are happy to draw a wage from them without actually doing anything.

      You should give it a rest. You’re giving retarded, myopic labour supporting trolls a bad name. Why don’t you fuk off back to Labour list? You were doing such a good job of throwing a tantrum at righties who were pissing all over your shite arguments.

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    • 104
      cured lefty says:

      So breast cancer is caused by social evil , cerebral palsy is caused by social evil ………you need to be more specific or are you the usual shite spouting lefty c.unt!

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    • 123

      “Charities exist to tackle social evils”

      * 2009 – Ministry of Education in Kenya – $1.3m (£850,000) to buy learning materials went missing. Visa bans issued against 20 Kenyan officials.
      * 2010 – Nigeria could not trace £165,000 of DfID funding for training teachers which has disappeared
      * 2010 – Government refused to disclose the names of charities and developing countries found to have fraudulently obtained money donated on behalf of UK taxpayers. That was Labour BTW!
      * 2011 – The average salary of the chief executives of the UK’s top-100 charities was £166,048.
      * 2013 – £480,000 worth of “humanitarian materials and supplies” was written off following repeated “confiscations” by al-Shabaab
      * 2013 – Comic Relief allegedly invested £150m of funds it had raised for up to eight years including into tobacco firms and an arms company

      Many charities exist to actually create social evils!

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      • 130
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        See below at Boxes 107 & 112 and above at box 15. Have a nice evening.

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        • 168

          Gove was in opposition in the first part of my random list which could have been continued back to 2000.

          The executive’s salaries is a scandal which you surely should acknowledge and which started some years beforehand.

          Cynical people started to make “not-for profit” companies around the millennium and 97% of the takings disappeared in expenses. Here charity began at home.

          Most of my examples involve huge sums of money fraudulently disappearing into the wrong pockets.

          Are you so keen to have a pop at Gove, knowing full well that I am not a Conservative supporter any more, that you will stand by and condone this monumental level of theft from some of those who are really needy?

          Shame! Unworthy of you.

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          • What is the correct salary for the CEO of a major charity?

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          • Anonymous says:

            The correct salary for a CEO of a top 100 charity in the UK is significantly less than the quoted figure in SCs post.

            Jimmy, you really are the fuckwits fuckwit. You fail yet again to defend a piss poor argument that you start.

            Fuck off back to Labour List.

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          • That wasn’t the question.

            What is the correct salary?

            100k?

            Minimum wage?

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          • That's what i meant but got distracted says:

            Why is any charity CEO earning more than a grand a week ??

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          • Fishy says:

            Fill yer boots

            http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/10224104/30-charity-chiefs-paid-more-than-100000.html

            This list doesn’t include the £653,000 awarded to Professor Philip Sugarman of the St Andrew’s Healthcare charity that supports patients with mental illness. This was an increase of more than 18 per cent on his previous year’s pay of £552,000, according to the latest accounts filed.

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          • Same reason anyone else is. Are you advocating a maximum wage?

            A bit lefty even for me but I’ll hear you out. Go on….

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          • Jack Ketch. says:

            The great charities of our time, those founded by those “do-gooder” Victorians were run largely by people who had independent means or a benefactor. Many top CEOs of public companies who have made a pile and expected to retire at 60 might earn their knighthoods by spending a couple of years as head of a major charity–not a paid sinecure on the board, but actually run the show for expenses only. It is obscene that the head of a charity should be paid the equivalent salary of a CEO of a medium-sized corporation, but then, its all about the money, innit?

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          • The only reason I had not responded to Jimmy’s last question to me was that I had gone to bed.

            The fact that he came back so many times to those who, so kindly and ably filled my place, shows that he felt he was on dodgy ground here.

            There were no answers from him of course. Only questions. Those questions of ours, which we asked and which he ignored, leave huge signposts to the fundamental inadequacy of his position.

            His brain has no heart, and his heart has no brain. That’s why when he speaks his mind, he appear heartless and when he does what’s in his heart he appears thoughtless.

            In ModernSpeak, he would surely make an excellent Labour politician…

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          • JH26213-454635 says:

            If you want to see if an organisation is stuffed to the gills with lefties gorging themselves on other people’s money while occupying the glorious moral high ground, just look who defends them when the spotlight falls on them.

            Oxfam, BBC, WWF – all the same. Just listen to the hysterical squealing of the piggies when the swill supply is threatened.

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    • 273
      táxpáyér says:

      You can always find lefties in the unethical tax dodge and extortion-funded sections of the economy, rather than the areas that create wealth (the only thing that does raise living standards).

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      • 294
        Tim Yeo-Yo says:

        Very well put SC.

        Although to his credit he’s the only lefty I’ve ever come across with even the slightest sense of humour.

        I suppose if you’re wrong all of the time and a supporter of Labour you’ve got to be able to laugh at yourself.

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  33. 91
    Armed Forces Commission says:

    Dear Middle East Envoy,

    We are pleased to confirm that your application to join the army has been successful and that you will start on July 1. We believe a spell in North Where Is Stan would be warranted followed by a six-week posting in Mosul Airport before we can confirm your full appointment after your probationary period. We believe this experience will be useful and feel sure the locals will show their gratitude in their usual way.

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  34. 101
    Moses says:

    It would seem that my original works should be recast, in stone again if you like, to assist the I comers to your lands. To the original Ten Commandments I would add,

    11. Though shall not slouch along the pavement in a mob.

    12. Though shall not introduce new ideology dressed up as religion when it so nothing of the sort.

    13. Though shall not talk in a loud voice in a foreign tongue.

    14. Though shall not enter for the purpose solely of breeding and or benefits.

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    • 199
      Disenchanted says:

      bliar ejucashun has a lot to answer for.

      Presumably you mean ‘Thou shall not …..’

      Otherwise your sentiments are spot on.

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      • 209
        Moses says:

        Sorry, spellbot! Do have all the O levels including Latin.

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        • 310
          Headmaster in the crypt says:

          Then learn to check your writing before rushing into print!

          There is the tale of an ancient monk who was transcribing an ancient text. He was distracted and made a vital spelling mistake. He wrote “celibate” instead of ‘celebrate’.

          Which explains why monks are such miserable buggers and lots of clergymen are the teeniest bit ‘naughty’.

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  35. 107
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Big fat bad mistake there Conor Burns.

    While he is attacking Oxfam with his gay abandon – perhaps he would like to take a look at 2 other charities who have been peddling plenty of political B/S – step forward those who slither and creep away in the background at Common Purpose [mentioned in box 15 above] and Stonewall – who have so much to hide especially tatchel.

    Conor Burns is a patsy and a fucking pansy.

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  36. 112
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    And furthermore – the vast majority of the electorate in the UK are sick and fucking tired of listening to the whinging and whining of the Militant politicised gay mafia. They need to shut the fuck up and look at the criminals atop the gay mafia before they start getting into their classic hissy fits.

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    • 210
      Has any bloke had a gay friend who hasn't tried it on with them? says:

      Too right. The rabid lot at the top think they’re the new Militant Tendency, going on a rampage because their 3-phase Butt Plug has stopped working. Just look at the difference between the number of LGBT’s in the population and how many walk the halls of Westminster. They’re over-represented and think they’re morally right over other peoples’ concerns. I personally don’t GAF, I’m an old raver, and the Gay’s always had better Pills and shit, but quite frankly, they’re getting rather oppressive…

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  37. 132
    Anonymous says:

    Having had his Deng Dong stopped our Tone now wants a Ding Dong.

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  38. 133
    The Revd. Phoney (£rd Fucking Way) B£iar, Sanctimonious Git and £iar, emoting and wiv stupid grin says:

    It’s all part of my Legacy what I gave people when I was garnering popularity wiv the People!
    Anything they asked for I said yea – bit like my boy ‘Dave’ who reckons he’s my Heir.
    I just so felt it was Right – I’m led by my emotions, fayf, and Cherry’s crystal balls!

    Worked for me!! I’m very Very VERY RICH!!! – and I owe it all to NooLieBore

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  39. 135
    WoRaft Chihuahua says:

    Monasteries…. If I were a hard-up Chancellor, I would be looking at the juicy piles of assets they are sitting on. Sorry, I mean charities. Henry VIII showed how to do it.

    Fake charities have been a festering obscenity for years. They have been allowed to continue because politicians found them to be useful conduits of patronage; paid holding tanks for wannabes and nice retirement billets for themselves.

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    • 140
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      As an example look at how the leukemia trust charity – fawn over the patronage of Alistair Campbell.

      Hello there trustees – you ain’t getting a fucking penny while you – give publicity to the likes of Campbell and many other political low-lifes who should be ‘shunned’.

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      • 167
        A Collection Bucket says:

        I read somewhere there are 600 charities all claiming to be seeking a cure for cancer, but mainly they are giving a nice little living to a load of professional mendicants

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  40. 136
    David Axlegrease says:

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    • 278
      Ed Poppins-band says:

      Ed bursts into a rendition of the well known musical hit

      “The hills are alive with the sound of music… Da da dadadadaaaa dada dah dahhhhh”

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  41. 146

    Blair’s Iraq invasion was a tragic error, and he’s insane to deny it – Boris

    http://tinyurl.com/pllvncd

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    • 156
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      ughh below is lifted from the article – speaks volumes of we the people told you fucking deluded politicians and your msm cohorts at the time ….

      LestWeForget 9 minutes ago

      Boris – I can agree with most of what you have written (except that you have massively underestimated the death toll – more like a million than a hundred thousand), but WHY weren’t you listening to what people were saying about Bliar many years ago? Why has Cameron sought to protect him? Why is Cameron so eager to listen to him about Syria?

      The same people who have been telling you about Bliar have been telling you that the EU is a dictatorship – the same EU that Bliar is doing everything he can to promote.

      Bliar is not only deluded, he is extremely dangerous.

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      • 171
        Idon'tneednodoctor says:

        Blair is sick in the head, and so are all those that cover up for him, or that refuse to speak out.

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      • 272
        táxpáyér says:

        Heavy Fluoride with sticks on.

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      • 283
        jdseanjd says:

        wwwinformationclearinghousedotinfo for costs of Iraq war in blood & money.

        In a sane World Slimy Bliar would be in the dock, charged with crimes against Humanity.
        He is not
        Therefore the World we inhabit is not sane

        We have a lot of work to do.

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    • 158
      Armchair Civilian says:

      It wasn’t an error. Blair did it all deliberately. He wanted to bring about a massive religious war in a destabalised Middle East.

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      • 164
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        The legal terms you are looking for are ‘knowingly, wilfully, deliberately and intentionally’.

        The legal fraternity have a lot to answer for as well – thinking that they could bluff the People yet again.

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      • 180
        tabblenabble02 says:

        @158 AC

        Totally agree. This was all mapped out a long time ago in the Neocon’s vision for the Project for the New American Century.

        A phrase in often in he PNAC’s website was “The road to Tehran is through Damascus”.

        The site was taken down when everything started going bad in Iraq.

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_for_the_New_American_Century

        (I even heard that BB gutter-snipe Rory Stewart MP re-arrange that phrase on R4 the other week to say the road to Damascus is through Tehran, obviously before the ISIS takeover of Mosul, to suit his pathetic little point. I really do think they make up the BS as they go along).

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    • 166
      brown-dog says:

      Boris’s piece in the Telegraph is a gem.

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    • 169
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      i am with armchair civ on the not an ‘error’ whatsoever SC but thanks for pointing up the boris article.

      Even as i read the article i was frothing at the B/S of Boris’ number of 100,000 – but the comment inserted herein – more than calmed i down.

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    • 175

      I timely reminder that however bad spoonface is, it could be worse.

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    • 239
      Just Cos They Haven't Got Here Yet, Doesn't Mean They're Not After U says:

      So Boris thinks that we should have allowed Saddam to renege on on the armistice terms he got after Gulf War (occasioned by the invasion of a fellow UN member state)? Well, forget the Churchill comparisons then.

      You can criticise the execution of the war, particularly the occupation. But it was a just war.

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      • 291

        In Augustinian terms, it was a just war. It was executed with considerable skill and panache in military terms.

        The problems then came afterwards with the unjust peace. The total dismantling of the entire security services was too great a shock to the system for it to be able to hold together.

        It illustrated that only war was planned for. The attitude was along the lines of: Let’s get there and then decide what to do.

        The all too predictable result: An even bigger disaster than before war started.

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  42. 147
    non taxable pikey says:

    Turkish Jets reported over Mosul this afternoon.

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  43. 150
    non taxable pikey says:

    Not content with the Roma CM own throat Dave now thinks it’s a good idea to let in the bloody Albanians.

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/06/15/Cameron-betrays-pledge-and-will-agree-to-give-Albania-an-open-door-to-Britain

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    • 163
      Armchair Civilian says:

      Caneron has lost it. He is now well beyond the pale. He needs removing from office for the good of the country.

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      • 177
        Mycroft says:

        Vote UKIP and get him gone.

        Betrayal is the reason so many don’t vote, 50% of the population switch off because they feel the whole Circus is in the hands of the Clowns.

        The connection of a dead-beat parliament taken time off is that the man we’ve got who is supposed to be the Ring-master has given in to the Clowns who run the Cirque L’Horreur EU.

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  44. 176
    A Collection Bucket says:

    It is about time that it became illegal for the government to contract with, or give grants, of any kind, to charities.

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  45. 178
    T.B£iar - the People's Messiah says:

    The religion of peace is having a busy week.

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    • 192
      The British media are cunts says:

      Phil Shiner will soon be looking to make money from this.

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    • 207
      Brit values says:

      Coming to a mosque near you

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    • 214
      Moses says:

      They’ll have to fight this one out on their own, sorry and all.

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    • 233
      Just Cos They Haven't Got Here Yet, Doesn't Mean They're Not After U says:

      If anyone’s wondering why soldiers run away from them, I think that more or less sums it up. Straight from Mo’s Guide to How To Deal With POWs.

      Should be interesting when they meet up with the Shia fanatics. That’s gonna be one helluva murder-fest.

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      • 247
        Cinna says:

        And still the leftie f*uckwits and fellow travellers don’t believe we’ll be having the same trouble here in the not to distant future.

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      • 252
        south of the M4 says:

        Except the Shia are generally not fanatics. It’s the Sunni who are not quite….. sunny. The world should be outraged and political pressure from all should be strong. This happened in WW2, Rwanda and Yugoslavia to name but a few. We have learned nothing. And the World still does nothing. Our politicians are a disgrace. Leaders of *uck all at our expense.

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        • 296
          Cinna says:

          The Shia can be fanatics. Hence the Saudi treatment of the ones ones in the Qatif area. The truth is that they are each as bad as the other. If you think N.I was bad you’ve seen nothing.

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    • 271
      táxpáyér says:

      I do worry that the 1st Iraq war was naive nation building and fighting with one arm behind your back in tribal areas that cannot cope with civilisation due to islam induced problems.
      The next iraq war won’t be so nice

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  46. 187
    "Sunny" Blair says:

    Isis ?
    What Isis ?

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    • 197
      Ali C says:

      if we send 100,000 troops it will all be over in 45 minutes.

      That’s a promise you can take to the bank {of Monaco – put t in Tony’s account – That’s as secure as it gets.}

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  47. 188

    “Fa piacere mandare a fare… gli inglesi, boriosi e coglioni”

    [senator maurizio gasparri, pdl]

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    • 212
      Tachybaptus says:

      Farti fottere, donnola deformata!

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    • 270
      táxpáyér says:

      “We are socialists, we are enemies of today’s capitalistic economic system for the exploitation of the economically weak, with its unfair salaries, with its unseemly evaluation of a human being according to wealth and property instead of responsibility and performance, and we are determined to destroy this system under all conditions.”

      Hitler – Leader of the National socialists

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  48. 190
    cured lefty says:

    Surely charities accounts have to be published i don’t know
    would it honestly inform the public what bang their buck achieves ?

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  49. 194
    The Turd Sector says:

    Politicising generosity since 1997

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  50. 198
    Manaus says:

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  51. 206
    Dave's Brit Values says:

    We need charitee quangos headed up by bolinger bolshies from eton to extol brit values of bum sex marriage for all.

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  52. 218
    The British media are cunts says:

    I see the media are going OTT over the killing of muzzies by more muzzies. No doubt we will get the usual knicker wetting lefties demanding ‘we’ (they mean white working class males) go sort out things. Oh and then the same panty wetting lefty loons will complain about British ‘brutality’ if a few ISIS mongs get slapped about.

    Fucking leave them to it, whilst they’re killing each other, they’re not beheading soldiers here in the UK, let them fight forever.

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  53. 223
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    I think it’s time for Amnesty International to have a jolly strong word with these horrid jihadist chaps and demand that they bring their nastiness to an end.

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  54. 225
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    So the original pic of Burns slithering up to maggie has changed …

    He is part of Camerons Common Perps infiltration into the tory party.

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  55. 228
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    !raq / Blair / Hutton / Whitewash / Legals / Biggest warmongering [profit made] Cheerleader Rupert – getting what he wanted / Hacking trial jury out – but due back any day now / Chilcot still silent / All who voted for !raq war in denial and shown to be completely useless …

    Utter disarray across parliament – goverment and opposition doing nowt until 22nd July – until holidays …

    It’s all the British Publics fault innit? The Bloody Treasonous British Public – they should all be hung.

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  56. 230
    Anonymous says:

    …and Government attacks everyone else who didn’t go to the same school as them!

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  57. 232
    Ghee Dough says:

    I suppose another way of looking at this is that Tories don’t give a t*ss for the poor, which is why they don’t figure in the ranks of charities. Presumably they’re more interested in make a cool million or two in the City.

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      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      It should not be the responsibility of Government to be involved in charities that is why they are CHARITIES funded on a voluntary basis ,without interfering in politics.
      If nobody ever made a ‘cool million or two ‘ in the city many charities would not exist ,that is where most of their income comes from .

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    • 238
      YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWN says:

      The politics of envy and resentment is alive and well.

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      • 253
        Ghee Dough says:

        You can whinge all you like – the truth is that the greatest advance in the health and wellbeing of poor people took place as a direct result of state action begun in World War 2 under Churchill and carried through by the Labour Government 1945-51, and was nothing to do with charity.

        Charity is a very inefficient way of improving people’s lot and is often just an exercise in social networking.

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        • 256
          YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWN says:

          Can’t tell whinge from wisdom ? Hey ho.

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        • 269
          táxpáyér says:

          So how come there are generations of benefit seekers in poor health and the more money is extorted from taxpayers the worse their health becomes?

          Face it, benefits are harmful.

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          • SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            Especially to those who have a quarter of their income confiscated to pay them.

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  58. 237
    British Values says:

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      Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

      Does the fat one on the right personally pay them their weekly benefits from her own pocket?

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      • 318
        JH26213-454635 says:

        My first thought on seeing that group is, what is their net drain on the taxpayer – including offspring – per annum?

        My guess is about £800,000. Most of which is Abbopotamus of course.

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  59. 241
    He's a Male Homophobe that one says:

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    • 250
      Will Straw says:

      ‘TimeToAct’ Will you and brother Ed be joining the armed forces to help ?

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    • 268
      táxpáyér says:

      Arm them then

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      JH26213-454635 says:

      Thing is Dave, the violence against women is mainly due to the underlying backwardness of the cultures involved being set free to go wild by the chaos of war. Not really sure how you can legislate against that.

      Western culture is amazingly unique in the world in terms of the freedom, equality and safety it affords women, so it is something of a mystery why the likes of you are so hell-bent on importing people who take great glee in corroding those very safeties and freedoms.

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    Boy Harman says:

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      How dare you says:

      I would be deeply pleased to have Farage moving in next to me, my house price would shoot up, I would be deeply concerned if the Dromeys lived next door to me and I suspect loads of people would be ready to move if the Dromeys came to live next door to them.

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      • 263
        Jack Ketch. says:

        Would the Dromeys bring Daddy’s Big Black friends and Mummy’s mates from PIE to stay?

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    • 267
      táxpáyér says:

      Nepotists like Dromey destroy countries, not just house prices.

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    • 282
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Wouldn’t want a Dromey moving in next door, £20,000 gone off the house valuation.

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  61. 244
    The Missing Link says:

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      Hamspam Chowder says:

      The religion of pisis.

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    • 251
      Cinna says:

      It’s always all about you, isn’t it?

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      • 261
        I wear my Religion like it's a fucking impenetrable badge says:

        Guess what fucktard? I don’t do Religion. I don’t have to explain myself because of this, it’s YOU that has to explain your fucking antiquated thinking to me, sonny boy…

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    • 264
      Jack Ketch. says:

      Dear Mr Choudry,
      If you were important you would be inside or dead.
      If you were not on the payroll of the police or special branch (or whatever they are called nowadays), you would have had your benefits cut.
      You are this neither genuine, nor important, now go away–or as they say.. Imshi!

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      • 312
        Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

        How has this cvnt managed to avoid deportation/rendition for so long? He must quite easily fall into the “undesirable alien” category.

        And so when is Theresa going to get things moving to get him on a plane back to wherever it was he originally came from?

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    Will We, Won't We? says:

    I expect we’ll be seeing some protests on the streets this week by at least some of the millions of UK Muslims outraged by ISIS’s hijacking of the good name of Islam? …. won’t we?

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  63. 265
    Blair, face the music says:

    They’ll like in Belfast tomorrow for sure……my balls

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  64. 274
    Fabians are Evil says:

    The Brown terror still has its nasty money grabbing; social engineering, fabian antics operating in all corners of our society

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  65. 275
    AM says:

    Thanks for this Guido. I just cancelled my monthly standing order to Oxfam.

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    albacore says:

    If you will keep electing, on due consideration
    Parliaments that never let you vote on immigration
    Bagatelles like wondering which charities steal you blind
    Pretty soon now will be the very last things on your mind

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      Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

      Alby, do you know you would be flabbergasted to discover just how much loot the Society for the Blind has in its bank account – and how small is the actual number dogs they support/provide.

      One of the biggest fiddles going.

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  69. 284
    Long John Silver says:

    All these Charity Shops dont pay Council Tax and are always on the
    scrounge for rent free.

    lets us all hope and pray Cameron gets off his fat ass and stops this little scam this side of May 2015.

    Lets not be bashful.

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      Long John Silver's parrot says:

      So they dont pay Council tax.

      Do not sound like good citizens to me.

      Taxes are extremely high because we are all living through austere times and are all in this together.

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      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      Genuine charity shops are not the problem ,the fake charities ,those who rely on government grants of taxpayers money are the scam artists.

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        A cheeky scouser says:

        If you want real bargains ignore Oxfam and High Street charity shops and get down a good car boot at six in the morning.

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    Lance Corporal Bill Bloggs (retired) says:

    Oxfam are the Isis of the Christian world.

    people need to get down thier local TA and take up arms against them.

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    Alan Douglas says:

    In the sci-fi novel Christmas Eve, by Kornbluth, the Soviet invasion of America is successful. The secret army of Americans who infiltrated and prepared for the invasion were called together.

    Then they were shot. The last thing the Soviets wanted was a fully established underground army ready (if not yet willing) to be deployed against them.

    Very sensible. Pity Cameron and Osborne never read Christmas Eve.

    Alan Douglas

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    A cheeky scouser says:

    Nice one Guido.

    The brown stuff is really going to start hitting the fan with thinking like this.

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    John Tandy says:

    Totally with the Tory’s on this……..

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    Jack Jackson says:

    Dambisa Moyo, Author Of Dead Aid

    Foreign Aid — Stossel In The Classroom

    Muhammed Yunus on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos

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    Reblogged this on A Riverside View and commented:
    These ‘charities’ have CEO’s on 6 figure salaries. Tax money going to them is a disgrace.

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