June 19th, 2014

Tories Troll Miliband IPPR Speech

Ed is at the IPPR this morning giving a speech to launch the Labour wonk-shop’s latest “independent” report on the ‘Condition of Britain’. The EU-funded think tank enjoys charitable status, so of course they would be very careful not to breach Charity Commission rules which specifically prohibit “any purpose directed at furthering the interests of any political party”, wouldn’t they? Apart from all that work done by IPPR that has been commissioned by the Shadow Cabinet. Tory MP Charlie Elphicke has this morning grassed them up to the Charity Commission and also written to the Electoral Commission over Labour’s failure to declare all the work done for them by IPPR as a donation-in-kind.

And now the television feed is down. Going well then.


104 Comments

  1. 1
    Tony Blair says:

    Nuke Syria from space. It’s the only way to be sure.

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  2. 2
    Wonk Ttweet says:

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    • 8
      ? says:

      You mean like in the days before you C*nts shipped the middle east here.

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    • 17
      It is GB says:

      You mean like they do in Britain Ed? Or have you not seen that they live in Muslim communities set apart from British citizens. Even the BBC says the Muslim community.

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      • 30
        teflon dave says:

        meaningless sound bite from a meaningless c u n t – at least blair admits he wants to kill them all and let allah sort em out if he can earn a few quid from it

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      • 33
        Fishy says:

        A reporter on Five Live last week, outside one of the Trojan Horse schools, began his broadcast by saying, ‘I am here outside xxxx school in the heart of Muslim Birmingham.’

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      • 51
        inside out says:

        They don’t have Muslim communities in Islington,Muslim communities don’t live in Islington,if they did perhaps Ed would change his view.

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      • 69
        Apthorpe says:

        You’re right the horse has long bolted on this one. Once the Middle East shapes up into states based on relgion and ethnic lines expect the same to become the focus of our ‘diverse’ Muslim ‘community’.

        Millibean is a total loss, I expect even Dave to be able to get a slim majority over him in the GE!

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    • 82
      The Critic says:

      WTF does that sentence even mean? How we relate to each other has fuck all to do with politics. In fact politics cause most of the friction either by drawing arbitrary border lines on maps or by discriminating against various groups in favour of others.

      Milliepicfail would know all bout that -multicultural/diversity/pre-distribution/One Nation fuckwit.

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    • 83
      Anonymous says:

      What ever these toss pots warble on about “murderous evil dictators” who need toppling from power, it must be said they did a might fine job of keeping the mob in line.

      Just look at Iraq, Syria, Egypt. Anyone would think removing the dictators in order to destabilise nations to make them soft targets for the west was inten…. Oh hang on wait.

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  3. 6
    Purpleline says:

    Ed is even too ugly for the BBC

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  4. 7
    Guffaws says:

    Miliband’s doing a great job… for the Tories!

    It’s hilarious that Labour can’t get rid of him.

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    • 71
      Apthorpe says:

      They are stuck with him now till the GE thank god! With any luck they’ll keep him on even after losing next year like they did with that twat Keenock in 87!

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  5. 10
    David Axlegrease says:

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  6. 11
    NASA says:

    Is this a launch a re launch or an aborted launch?

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  7. 18
    Wurzel says:

    I’d rather hear Jimmy fuckin’ Saville talk from beyond the grave than any politician – be they LibLabCon, or UKIP (them dirty Frackers)

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  9. 22
    My arse says:

    Aaw I was really looking forward to this event…my arse

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  10. 24
    Witty Moniker says:

    A lefty think-tank claiming to be independent eh? Is that better or worse than Charlie Elphicke claiming to be a Conservative?

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  11. 26
    Ed (trying to to ketchup) says:

    Thank you, Mr Speaker. No more unfortunate photos for me from now on. I have an embarrassing bacon butty problem that has been misdiagnosed as ability.

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  12. 29
    Ed Fatliner says:

    Heard Rachel Reeves on Toady defending retardED’s standing with the public and how he will be a magnificent PM in 2015!

    Feck me I thought Obama had sent the ‘Drones’ over Londonistan instead of Iraq, don’t Liebour subscribe to elocution lessons for the front bench? If not then why not!!

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    • 38
      Fishy says:

      I’ve got news for you. She’s doing the World Cup co-commentary tonight. Apparently Phil Neville was too excpressive, so they’ve sent for Foghorn.

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    • 42
      Boring snoring Reeves says:

      You’ve all got Ed wrong.
      Underneath that awkward accident prone exterior there’s a never worked a day in his life middle class child whose been tit fed socialist shit all his life.

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    • 86
      Not in my name says:

      Dead man walking.

      Flop flopping all over the place, inspires about as much confidence as Mr Bean, surrounded by toadies and has presided over Labour candidates mostly drawn from the Labour political bubble and Red Princes.

      Out of touch with the real world? Not surprising because he has never been part of it.

      You can hear the daggers being sharpened already

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  13. 34
    David Axlegrease says:

    Ed’s on the Titanic, busy re-arranging the deckchairs.

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  14. 44
    Ed Fatliner says:

    RIP Horace…

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  15. 46
    Iain Duncan Smith says:

    Why go to the supermarket when you can get it free from a food bank? This is the reality of an underclass of parasites the Conservative led coalition have created.

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    • 84
      Anonymous says:

      Remind me which government was in power when food banks first appeared?

      As you appear to be a brain dead lefty I’ll help you out.

      It was Labour you fcuking mong.

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  16. 47
    Sally Bercow says:

    Many happy returns to Boris Johnson, celebrating his 50th birthday today

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  17. 49
    Prime Minister"Money's no object" Cameron says:

    Whilst flipping burgers,I learned at McDonalds the importance of team work, business efficiency, health and safety, and customer service.

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  18. 53
    Gordon the mental says:

    Who remembers the Sith institute ?

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  19. 57
    Comrade Owen Jones says:

    It is essential, Comrades, to furthering the cause of proletarian revolution, that Our Dear Leader Ed Yong Mil be not deposed.

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  20. 59
    Bill Quango MP says:

    Poor Ned.

    he’s getting like Gordon did during his one-a-week relaunches that all failed.

    In fact a young Ed Miliband makes an appearance in this old youtube – 2.50 mins in you can see him attempting an early relaunch.

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  21. 65
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Labour know the price of nothing, and the value of benefits.

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  22. 68
    albacore says:

    What wonderful diversions Parliament cobbles up
    There’s no doubt about it, they really filleth our cup
    And while we’re entranced by Hancocks, Milibands and such
    Being overflowed by immigrants don’t rate that much

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  23. 70
    Peter Tapsell says:

    “Could Islamic extremists be heading to attack the UK?” could you just fuck off?

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    • 78
      Vlad the Loudhailer says:

      If they are, I’d think you could find converting to being a heterosexual life saving!

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      • 81
        Dangerous Brian says:

        I would still like to know, aposite to this comment, what percentage of those taking up seats in the “Mother of Parliaments” are fags and dykes?
        Is it more than the percentage in the general population?
        If so then once again it shows how unrepresentative our representatives really are.

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  24. 77
    epa says:

    Pea

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  25. 12
    T.B£iar - the People's Messiah says:

    Hypocrisy and mendacity – it’s in Labour’s D-N-A.

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  26. 14
    Jase Robards says:

    Because he’s not cutting anything . Labour say the cuts will save about £60 million. In terms of the welfare budget, that’s like finding a penny behind a cushion on the couch. The Tories have saved billions.

    Miliband is playing for headlines and has voted against all meaningful welfare reform.

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  27. 23
    4 Million plus says:

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  28. 37
    Fishy says:

    Apparently ‘ONE NATION’ Miliband’s plan on benefits for the 18 – 21′s is that may get the ‘training allowance’ but it will be means tested, depending on ‘how wealthy the young persons parents are’.

    Divisiveness is a strange way of showing that you believe in one nation politics…but of course it’s just another label that Miliband has conveniently stolen.

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  29. 48
    Bob cuntface Crow says:

    Why not just deal with the fucking useless lazy teachers,isnt it their job to give children a decent basic education before they end up on the dole? And also how fucking thick are these kids? You get a GCSC in some subjects if you can tie your shoelaces.

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  30. 79
    Apthorpe says:

    The mature and grown-up policy is simply cut all benefits to all able bodied persons. And the slash taxes.

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  31. 32
    David Alexrod says:

    It’s the polls, stupid. All polls show that hard working Britons want the benefit monkeys life on bennies curtailed. What insignificant little shits like Owen Jones think is irrelevant.

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  32. 41
    Ed Fatliner says:

    Another 10,000 public sector jobs created to check the means testing!!
    Millibandwagon likes to employ potential voters on the public teat!!

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  33. 43
    Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

    Doubt it – he has better things to do at the moment, but one of his party colleagues? A definite possibility.

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  34. 52
    Mitch says:

    And his lack of b*ll*cks, as he proved in Eastleigh. Don’t forget that.

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  35. 60
    UKIP Voter says:

    I reckon Nigel is keeping his powder dry for a seat in Lincolnshire or Norfolk.
    Fertile UKIP territory.

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  36. Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Tumbleweeds.

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  37. Mitch says:

    He won’t because he’s scared. He should have stood in Eastleigh because he would have won. That would have been a fantastic platform for an *even* better Euro elections and subsequent GE. It might even have made the difference in Newark.

    But no. On such things is success dependent.

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  38. 99

    Wore slip -ons yourself did you Bob ?

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