June 24th, 2014

Another Swing of the Axe at the Telegraph

The Telegraph’s evening email political briefing is kaput. It is no more. It is, along with Brogan’s much missed Morning Briefing, a former email:

THANK YOU AND GOODNIGHT
This is the last Telegraph Politics Evening Briefing for the foreseeable future. From next week, you’ll be able to find our regular analysis and observations on telegraph.co.uk and in our print edition.

Over the last year, providing this briefing has been a lot of fun, and the best of it by far has been hearing from you, the readers: your responses have almost invariably been enlightening and entertaining, and we thank you for them all.

Which seems a little odd for an organisation that apparently has a “digital first” strategy. Is anything sacred at the Telegraph?

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201 Comments

  1. 1
    Diane says:

    Oh well, at least there’ll be more time to eat chicken!

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    • 65
      Ah! please! says:

      Free the NOTW one.

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      • 128
        jimbo says:

        The cull at the Sun has not started yet

        Loosing 10% of print and money hand over fist on the website

        Once the hacking trials and claims have past then it will begin

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    • 80
      The right Stuff says:

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    • 82
      khat wakt zakat kaput says:

      how many accountants does it take?
      askandycoulson.

      girls are cool.
      dude is a bab.
      andy coulson got eaten like a cool bap.

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    • 106
      Diana Fountain, very dishy in Bushey. secret tod slipper says:

      why is there is no surveillance state.

      are we not important enough?
      so less interested in the interest rate is of less interest when one is errect. shame about the other.

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    • 127
      tar pre says:

      no sex = no joint.
      no joint = no join

      royal parks are well managed. and the reason for the back garden also known as the domestic park is?

      post wind of number 22 bus. no more buidings, no more master.
      the new jersey is ultra. wierd. strange. amazing.
      hoofed. webbed.
      modern. contemporary.

      paxman is a modern man. moaner.
      his philosophical contemporary is android Boris. strangeness is on the up.

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  2. 2
    Bosun Higgs says:

    ‘Everyone’ is singular. ‘Everyone…………is an avid reader’ would be correct, though not necessarily true.

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  3. 3
    BOY MILLIBAND says:

    I have signed up for the Guidogram, Eddie Balls says they think that I am really great. Strange but Justine has called me a twat.

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  4. 4
    Bright Bart says:

    The Telegraph is little more than a poor imitation of the Guardian these days.

    Liked by 1 person

    • 5
      Yasmine & Diane, saints of the left, saviours of Britain, queens of diversity says:

      Blasphemy!

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    • 43
      Anonymous says:

      Yep – circulation figures are heading in a distinctly Guardianesque direction too. 21% drop so far this decade, almost 50% since 2000.

      Pretty funny really.

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  5. 6
    Radek Sikorski says:

    That Cameron guy, what a fuck-up!

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    • 18
      Polish Prime Minister says:

      I get email in e-box at nighttime. Is shit! Is dump! is space waste.
      Delete each time.

      Still email come – From gay country of fuck-up benders. Why send mail? i not need. I not wish. Fuck off e-mail. Fuck off UK. Weakling golden boys.

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      • 30
        RWG says:

        Stanislav?

        Is you??

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        • 63
          Dave likes a bit go ginger... says:

          Yeah, yeah, yeah, Raddfy. Now get that fucking kitchen finished, I’ve got a mare to ride later, and I need to get the old blue pill mixing nicely with some chilled Bolly, and your spoiling the ambience.

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    • 64
      Uncle Joe says:

      Polski big mouth Pansies! Remember me?

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  6. 7
    Alex Salmond says:

    I may revise my plans to ban the reactionary, unionist Telegraph from sale in Scotland after 19th Sep!

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  7. 8
    Busby Barclay says:

    Telegraph to relaunch as Guardigraph on Monday. We now have our full team of limp lefty journos to take us forward/sideways/backwards.

    Liked by 1 person

    • 10
      Anonymous says:

      I prefer “The Telegraun”

      Liked by 1 person

      • 12
        Busby Barclay says:

        That’s our Sunday title.

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      • 15
        Lysander says:

        Or Just Telead.

        It has a nice Homeric ring, or a nasty commercial sound, depending on your sensibilities.

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        • 21
          Copying & pasting degrades journalists and insults the readership says:

          Twittergraph?

          Given that all it’s so-called journos ever do is copy and paste from fucking social media.

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        • 24
          Bill Quango MP says:

          In the narrow niche of trendy-lefty-metrosexual newspapers, is there room for another title?
          Who can they pander to? Teachers and luvvies and medicos covered by the Grun. Twatty activists and political students have the Staggers.
          Dreamers and hippies and anarchists and public sector wasters have the Indy.

          Who’s left for the Telegraun ?
          Tube drivers? Council staff ? They certainly have the time and freedom to read it.
          Charity executives needing something to read on the plane flight into work?

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          • Toilets Maguire says:

            #Tube drivers? Council staff ?#

            Oi! Hands off our readers !!

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          • The Growler says:

            Nar, they read the Tit and Bum, it’s the footy and page 3 and the pictures

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          • A Charity Executive says:

            As if we would need to take our own reading matter onto a plane! We always turn left, you know.

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          • silver polish seeks wood. gold says:

            a distant friendliness in Barnes with the BoE chap would suffice.
            avoid eye contact at the bank of England tennis court. anyone can do this. Even if you are commentator at the FT.

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          • wrinkled weasel says:

            The Telegraun went down the Volga long ago. Mr Brogan missed his vocation as a turd polisher – which is like being a spin doctor, but without being feared and admired. His pathetic attempts to spin for Dave have been embarrassing.

            The rest of the DT is infested with guilt riddled lefties – Hodges, Riddell et al.

            Their comments policy is interesting. Although they don’t use the ban stick like CiF, they rarely allow comments on the kind of things worth commenting on.

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  8. 9
    Raisa, the police horse says:

    Today’s events have shaken my faith in British justice.

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    • 16
      Lord Justice Turkeyforahat says:

      There is nothing as weird as a jury. Perverse conclusions can be perplexing.

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      • 22
        Diane Abbotopotamus says:

        This is waaaycist! Some cultures wear turkeys for hats and in a diverse and inclusive society we should respect that.

        My mate Yaz likes to wear a chicken on her head sometimes, and when I grab it off and eat it we have a good laugh, but that’s OK coz I iz black but if you do it then it’s waycism.

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        • 26
          How did the fat racist slob become Shadow Minister for Health? says:

          Wow! It’s almost like she’s here in the room!

          Except her humungous fat arse wouldn’t fit through the door.

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          • The Growler says:

            I wonder what would happen Big Di and Fatty Pickles tried to get same standard door at the same time

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          • Yasmin Alibhi-Brown with a roast chicken on her head says:

            STOP OBJECTIFYING THE FUTURE MAYOR OF LONDON!!!!

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          • cheche says:

            Did anybody see her on that march she threatened to go on

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          • Ghost of PatrickMoore says:

            “shadow” minister! WTF, if she passes between you and the sun it will be not so much a shadow more a total eclipse, trust me.

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          • Diane Fatbot says:

            Hah. I have a waycism deflector machine. Anybody who calls me a waycist becomes a waycist and is damned. Its a sort of Medusa effect.

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          • Wee Willy Vague says:

            The Growler says:
            June 24, 2014 at 6:04 pm
            I wonder what would happen Big Di and Fatty Pickles tried to get same standard door at the same time

            You wicked horrible bastard! You should be locked away! Uugh!!

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          • (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

            Fatbbot has been diagnosed with the flesh-eating disease. She’s been given fourteen years to live!

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        • 89
          a Mozzi Minicabber says:

          I had that Dianne FatK8nt in my cab once. It was like fikkin a shit house made of fish boxes innit?…… phwooar

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  9. 11
    Barclay Barclay & Co Profits Unlimited says:

    When you have a faux castle, island, luxury yachts etc etc to maintain, frontline cuts have to be made!

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    • 27
      The Growler says:

      Well the biggest costs are printing and distribution, going on line with a pay for entry as the Master has done with his rags makes sense, but I am not so sure an old ageing Colonel or some other elderly person would want to read the Graph or any other paper on a tablet, I am nearly 70, reading a downloaded book on a laptop is a pain, its ok for the young whipper sappers on this blog, it comes fast than you think.

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      • 47
        Just remembering says:

        Just reading old books on a tablet is a delight, all free and bringing back memories of going to the public library childrens section to borrow them, I’am reading Percy F Westerman books at the moment most of them written in 1918 > onwards, all removed from the shelves in the 60s, like all the books on making fireworks and playing with chemicals, I can see why they removed the firework books, but kids books on the sea, no idea.

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        • 58
          Tachybaptus says:

          Have you read Kipling’s Captains Courageous? It’s available from Project Gutenberg:

          http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/2186

          Don’t let the silly title put you off an engrossing story.

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            i have said it before – read Gulag a history – annie baubleneocon let a few cats out of the bag in her book – what with other evidence that has thankfully come to light – which the msm ‘still do not want to refer to’ – and of course why would that be?

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          • Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn says:

            If only I could get my final book published in English.

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            Try also ‘under the sign of the scorpion’ by juri lina. 2002 version.

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  10. 13
    The Growler says:

    Give Geedes and Co. your email and he has got you, plus News Corp as Geedes works for the Master. Why am I getting the blue screen of death when I come on this site so no other site does this, any suggestions Geedes :-)

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  11. 14
    malice says:

    more sackings not announced yet

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    • 34
      Pointy headed Psycho says:

      we don’t recognise journalists unions. But we are sooo pro-union! And we believe in a living wage – for other businesses. Not ours.

      How’s that? Do I have the correct lefty hypocrisy yet?

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    • 95
      indeed says:

      all loose ends are being tied up.
      me too, I had that teen .
      and what about coca cola. yes him too. the sod was hidden.

      why do koala bear rub up?

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  12. 17
    Keyser Snoozey says:

    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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  13. 19
    Kéyser Snoozey says:

    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

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  14. 20
    So Old Hat says:

    “The Telegraph”

    Sooo 1830’s! isn’t it about time it was renamed The Daily Byte or something.

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    • 23
      Mr Helpful says:

      Byte is so 1980.

      Daily Terrabyte.

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      • 29
        Pointy headed Psycho says:

        I believe that when people are traveling on the subway, they want news beamed directly onto their iglass. That’s the future of the digital spectrum where just thinking about a frothy cappuccino will bring one to your e-desk by a remote drone, and it will be paid for by just flicking a retina towards the payment app.

        Print media with, like, current news in it is soooo 2009.

        We don’t want to go down yesterday’s path when the stars are our goal and the universe our limits. By 2016 everyone will have content wired directly into their brains..

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        • 56
          A working man says:

          I used to walk from Waterloo to Gresham St every work day – and back – rather than travel on the “subway”.

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      • 41
        RWG says:

        Only one R.

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        • 111
          visa card says:

          fraud @al faud.com

          Scale of student visa fraud condemned.
          credit the economy when it credits.
          discredit it otherwise.

          debit is acidic. fizzy monkey . cocaine is in the blood.
          it is time for the blue blood.

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        • 139
          Scaremongers Я Us says:

          Three Rs : The Daily Terrorbite

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      • 198
        10north says:

        The Exabyte (incorporating the Daily Abacus and Digit)?

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  15. 28
    cured lefty says:

    The only section of the telegraph I read is the obits .mostly truthful, short , concise

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    • 31
      Gordon McBreath says:

      Rumours of my demise have been greatly exaggerated.
      But in truth, I haven’t been seen outside much since 2010.

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      • 57
        A thick Labour voter says:

        Is it true you have an inverted Midas touch? Somebody told me you turned billions of gold into worthless sh**? That’s an amazing talent, it must take years of focus to develop that sort of ineptitude. Forest Gump would have made a better chancellor. Keep taking the lithium.

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        • 68
          Ian Fleming says:

          Did Gordon ever visit Fort Knox ? ;)

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          • Tax avoiding billionaire says:

            you must double check the burberry check. You never know, there may even be a Tony Blair inside.

            so Gordon, always double check.
            ever watched wimbledon common.
            no dodgy dogging

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  16. 32
    Iain Duncan-Cunt says:

    Universal Credit will be delivered on time and on budget. I may now be the only person who believes this.

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    • 36
      Pointy headed Psycho says:

      Yeah buddy, you said! Many times. How about trying some Iroquois tea and chilling your temples with a cocoa leaf and yak butter enema?

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  17. 39
    NotW says:

    Rebekah knows where de skeletons are hidden

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  18. 40
    Marais Erasmus is the world's greatest umpire says:

    Come on Jimmy, help Moeen to his century and let’s have a classic England rearguard action to follow our classic collapse!

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  19. 44
    Anonymous says:

    These evening emails were often the work of a young teenage scribbler. Recruited, unsurprisingly, by Damian Thompson. And what a crock of **** they were, too.

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  20. 48

    @SC: One wonders what the R’ussian equivalent of a Candygram can do.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 116
      Here's a Candygram says:

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    • 165

      @EU Funded Pro EU Troll

      Big apologies!

      I was hoping to be able to wrap up my marathon tonight but have had a wonderful dinner with some English friends who have come to these parts for the first time.

      Have actually started the draft but had to leave before I could get very far.

      My favourite restaurant promised me Mexican chicken to celebrate the fact that Mexico had defeated HR last night. It was chicken and very nice but not Mexican! I thought I was a contrarian but have been roundly beaten on my own ground by the locals here… :-)

      That is an amazing diagram but after a litre of red wine and several grappas, I am going to defer until I can 1.) do the intended wrap-up and 2.) make some sense out of the candygram.

      I have also some unattended business on further comments by Jaded Jean and yourself and even a letter from my insurers which arrived today but I simply decided not to open, lest it spoil my day. Guido likes his three bottle lunch. I have had my three swim day.

      Vive la différence! It will have to be tomorrow.

      Vote UKIP :-D

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  21. 49
    Bill de Burgh says:

    I suppose I *could* ask everyone to cease and desist with the arse-size-related and poultry-consumption-related comments about Ms Diane Abbott. But I’d probably have to ask until I was blue in the face (cue Dianne……..all together now……”WAAA)

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  24. 52
    Harriet Harman says:

    Mama suckles hungry boys

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  25. 55
    Tachybaptus says:

    Is this an ill-drawn axe I see before me,
    The handle several inches from my hand?
    Fuck, I can’t clutch thee!

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  26. 70
    David Cameron says:

    I’ve learnt from my mistakes and I will be more careful in future. I’ve now hired Jeffrey Archer, who’s a man of integrity.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. 73
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Roy Hodgson and the FA think he should stay on as England manger,
    well they have got a point!.

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  28. 74
    Why didn't they hack says:

    Maddie’s ‘phone

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  29. 76
    Didgeridont says:

    My money’s on a guilty verdict tomorrow in the Rolferoo trial.

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  30. 77
    Rupert Murdoch says:

    G’day bludgers! I wanna thank all my supporters in the UK for being such good, gullible consumers. Even when I backed Labour for 10 years, you bludgers stayed loyal to me. Thanks for all the money you’ve put in my pocket, bludgers!

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  31. 78
    Begsy Brown says:

    Miliband comes across as the school grass when talking about Coulson

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    • 84
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      He probably is but all he has to do is throw some crap towards Camoron and let the media tell his gullible drones the Liebour voting public and they will remember next May that Camoron was telling lies as they were told by red Ed and if they ever go near a polling stn will vote Liebour, the drones don’t have to think, just put an X in the box marked Liebour lieing b,stards

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      • 105
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        The public have become very savvy to the fact that The whole LibLabCon political merchants – are all crook and that includes their partnerships with the msm.

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  32. 79
    bingley says:

    Gordon Brown hacked my pension fund

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  33. 81

    “American soft power is exerted through companies, C’oca-C’ola, M’cDonalds at every street corner, U.S. clothes … by things that are not managed by the U.S. government. Russ!a’s soft power goes through communication and propaganda rather than by what really makes a country powerful: firms and products. All we have from Russ!a is gas and vodka.”

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  34. 86
    The British media are cunts says:

    If the Tories have any spine, now is the time to move against Cameron.

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    • 93
      JJ says:

      I’m afraid Prime Minister Miliband is the only way to get rid of the Camermong.

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    • 99
      Socialism is theft says:

      The Tories and Labour are alike in so many ways. Like not having the guts to get rid of a duff leader. And the people who vote for them are just as pathetic for sticking with them.

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      • 109
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        For once – John Snow got it right tonight – inviting on the most pathetic, fat muddle headed, gaff prone, spineless, hypocritical figure of a man who clearly is the greatest example of British Politics having descended to the bottom of the barrel … Step forward Lardy Prescott … – And he’s been elevated … to the HoL … i mean how can anyone not laugh at what is there before our very eyes day in day out.

        The key subject – which Presclott distinctly avoided and evaded was of the sucking of Murdochs cock by Labour and the Tories.

        Pressclott – you and yours took the Murdoch coin when in power; yet you took the Murdoch ‘pay off’ over hacking as did charlotte and so many other money-grubbing egotisticle celebs.

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  35. 87

    I’m feeling a bit peckish anyone fancy an Italian?

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  36. 88
    Socialism is theft says:

    The good weather is not going to last. A truly awful shower is heading its way across the Atlantic – from Brazil.

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  37. 90
    Larry the Cat says:

    Why does the government want to ban me?

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  38. 104
    The Guardian says:

    “Scotland Yard want to interview Rupert Murdoch about crime at his UK papers”

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  39. 107

    юмор.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  40. 108
    Muslim Sensitivity Training says:

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  41. 114
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    All them journo’s squealing, whining and wittering on about years of being under pressure; having early dawn raids … all together now “Ahhh Di Dums …” they do love their me, me, me whinging. And where would we be without them?

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  42. 115
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    ‘Wire fraud’ that is a criminal offence in the USA – i only wonder ‘cos they managed to nick Conrad Black.

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  43. 117
    Half time boobs says:

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    • 141
      Bill Deedes says:

      In my day at the Telegraph they would have been taking dictation and running errands for the important people.

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      • 145
        Sir Denis Thatcher says:

        I wouldn’t have minded refereeing a women’s rugby match with those bags bouncing everywhere.

        I’ll have another G&T, Bill. The old girl’s working late, even here.

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  44. 120
    Mrs Jack Dromey says:

    Didier Drogba is my favourite footballer.

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  45. 121
    Recovery, what fucking recovery Gideon? says:

    The Baltic Dry Index Is Down 60% Year-To-Date; Worst On Record

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-06-24/baltic-dry-index-down-60-year-date-worst-record

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  46. 123
    here's a handy tip says:

    control panel/ease of access/ease of access center/make the mouse easier to use/prevent windows from being automatically arranged when moved to the edge of the screen

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  47. 124
    Gordon Brown says:

    I am offering my services to fart in the chip shop batter

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  48. 126
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    The public must not know that the establishment are fucking desperate to create some kinda difference between their puppets in government and opposition.

    Various stories will be created and sold on by the conspiring msm types to give the impression that there is more than a scintilla of difference between the acting parties in the House of Clowns. While of course the establishment have been in cahoots with Murdoch for decades.

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  49. 131
    Dopey Dave says:

    I wish I had as much bite as Suarez when I challenge the EU.

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  50. 132
    Mummi Merkel says:

    David now you are to be castrated, you can hav any flavour lollipop you wish.

    Isn’t that nice of Mummi

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  51. 133
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    heresoneiproducedearlier

    57
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:
    June 22, 2014 at 4:24 pm

    A twist on the Goebbels thingy:

    253
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:
    June 21, 2014 at 7:55 pm

    ughh

    heresaparrot or two

    It is commonly thought that we have theories and that they are tested by the facts. The opposite is true. We have theories and then we strive mightily to fit the facts into them, ignoring those that don’t quite work or reinterpreting them if we have to. The more we have at stake emotionally, the more pressing this task becomes.

    Cognitive dissonance explains a great deal. Take Gordon Brown. Some people believe that all the strife, all the difficulties he is encountering may lead him to give up. Cognitive dissonance suggests that the more trouble he is in, the more difficult things get, the harder he will work to convince himself that it is all worthwhile and that he is indispensible. His troubles make him less likely to resign, not more.

    Now look at the Central Park Jogger case. People suffered because mistakes were made. The police and the prosecution, believing themselves to be good people doing good work, could not reconcile this suffering with their view of themselves. So they insisted, they had to insist, that the teenagers were guilty. The facts challenged their theory of themselves, so the facts had to be reinterpreted. The Evans case is similar. The legal Establishment regarded itself as dispensing justice and the death of an innocent man didn’t fit. It became essential that he not be innocent, whatever the evidence.

    When groups – police, medics, politicians, social workers, the Family Court apparatus – get together, convinced of their own righteousness, the facts (like Timothy Evans) can go hang. They are certain that they are right, certain that they are just and often, you know, they really are. But when they are not, they will never ever admit it, digging themselves in more and more deeply.

    A local authority that has taken your children away can never admit it did so wrongly. And every fact that shows that it did needs to be twisted around until it shows that it didn’t. That is what is happening all the time, behind the closed doors of our Family Courts beyond scrutiny.

    There’s only one way out. That is to allow others, those without a stake in the righteousness of anyone, to shine a light on proceedings. Not to do so is inexcusable. It is an affront to justice and the rule of law.

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    266
    Kulak betrayed by Marxists says:
    June 21, 2014 at 8:41 pm

    This is why we Invented the Jury.
    !
    They are not part of the establishment but are part of our community. POWER TO THE PEOPLE.

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    175
    carroccio1958 says:
    June 22, 2014 at 6:50 pm

    I was on a jury once .

    Little Tyke in the dock patently guilty of taking and joyriding a motor vehicle .
    Jury retired — all guilty except two who said “yeh but he s only a young bloke –and we ve all done a bit of thieving p when we were
    young –innit ? ”

    They would not budge , judge refused a majority guilty verdict .
    We all wanted to get home so declared him Not Guilty for an early week end .

    The Jury System .

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  52. 134
    Diane Fatbott says:

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    • 143
      Diane Abbotopotamus says:

      Waaaycism is everywhere! The only way we can get rid of waaaycism is to have more minorities on our TV screens!

      In fact we should have no-one BUT minorities on TV BY LAW until everyone learns not to be WAAAYCIST!

      And we should dye everyone’s skin black to be on the safe side! THAT IS DEFINITELY NOT WAAACIST BECAUSE I SAID IT, BUT IF ANYBODY WHO ISN’T ME DOES IT THEN IT IS!!!!

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      • 185
        Ticket collector says:

        Why, in every single one of his pictures we see of him on here, does Chucky ALWAYS come across as a smarmy arrogant ponce from whom nobody would buy a used vehicle?

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    • 144
      SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      If you now as so much object to being insulted by a black you are a racist ,you should just accept it ,welcome it ,revel in it, be grateful for the cultural enrichment that the whole country as been yearning for,any other reaction is totally wrong on so many grounds.

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    • 148
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Chukka is ‘establishment owned and paid for’ – he is their poodle.

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    • 149
      It works both Ways Chuks says:

      What about Chuka calling All white Kippers illiterate?

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      • 150
        Diane Abbotopotamus says:

        That is not waaaycist because only white people can be waaaycist!

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        • 161
          Never Assume says:

          It’s just as likely that the comments were made by leftists in their attempt to discredit Kippers.

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    • 154
      The Evening Standard has been a left-wing arse-wipe for some years now says:

      UKIP-supporting computer users targetted by racist troll Chuka Umunna.

      The truth is out there.

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    • 157
      He should get out of the Kitchen says:

      What about the half cast MP who went on the BBC to label UKIP voters as illiterate?

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      • 167
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        ptb DESPERATE to create division and anger between black and white – they’ve got decades of form.

        Who are the most racist racists who incite divisions amongst everyone else and who sit there in the background laughing their Rses off?

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  53. 136

    Wasn’t Cameron going to do something about N!gerian kidnapping ?

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  54. 138

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 147
      Bob Mortimer says:

      They’ve made him look like Vic Reeves in that photo!

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    • 153
      Sour Grapes in Lefty Land says:

      The Guardian is spitting tacks that everyone else has walked free. And the judge made them apologise for wrongly reporting that the NotW had deleted messages on MD’s answerphone.

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        Sour Gr@pes in Lefty Land says:

        The Guardian is spitting tacks that everyone else has walked free. And the judge made them apologise for wrongly reporting that the NotW had deleted messages on MD’s answerphone.


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        They did mis-report Millie Dowler, and that was very much not in the public interest either.

        No one has really addressed the real problem that the systems that the phone companies provide are insecure, and in the case of Dowler may adversely affect a murder investigation.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 159
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Despite the fact that the dead tree press will not publish the truth because of their own cognitive dissonance Coulson – was Murdoch’s man in Downing street as ever.

      Labours Blair was a Murdoch puppet as is – so called Tory Cameron.

      That the Labour party and the Tory party are so much ‘in thrall’ to curry Murdoch’s favour at all costs should be a huge clue to the general public in that they perpetuate the ‘living lie’ upon the public that is never acted upon by the establishment. They strangely allow this lie to continue – perhaps because they are mutually destroying each other in a charade The living lie’ that is coming to an end – and not before time.

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    • 168

      Nice.

      Vote UKIP :-D

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      Passing thru says:

      Usual full page bollox from the Grudnian. They’ll really look fukin stupid if Coulson appeals and verdict is reversed!

      Oh and by the way, when are they going to admit being in possession of vast quantities of stolen US property?

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  55. 146
    Whether Mann says:

    Oh well, too dark to work outside, nights are drawing in, Winter is on its way.

    This is the time that we should have the Summer bank holiday, not the end of August when it’s dark by 8 and chilly.

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  56. 152
    Full time boobs says:

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  57. 156

    Defying the EU is in vogue.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  58. 158
    Dan Hodges says:

    I’ve still got my job. In the media of the blind, the one-eyed man is king

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  59. 163
    What time is it? says:

    It’s time for a gypsy fight!

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  60. 173
    C Brookes, Esq says:

    Now I’ve upgraded the home broadband to fibre, rebuilding my stash of lezzy pr0n took just minutes!

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  61. 176

    Who reads the telegraph any more?

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  62. 177
    Fuck You Chopper says:

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      Passing thru says:

      I do not recall pikeys ever before being described as ‘mobile EU workers’. Shome mishtake shurely?

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  63. 180
    Born yesterday says:

    So Rebekah Brooks was Coulson’s knob jockey and she has been aquitted by saying she knew nothing.

    She’s havin’ a larf.

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  64. 199
    Telegraph reader says:

    I can’t buy a Telegraph or a Sunday Telegraph in any newsagent in my area.

    When questioned why non is on the shelf, they pull one from under the counter from a pile.

    Deliberate so smell a rat.

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  65. 200
    Anonymous says:

    “Another Swing of the Axe at the Telegraph”
    Perhaps they misheard, when the circulation department suggested taking a poll. Although if popularity does continue to decline, cutting the wires might prove less enervating.

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Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!


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