June 28th, 2014

South Ribble Tories Select Seema Kennedy


CCHQ will be pleased that the South Ribble Tories have selected, on the first ballot, Seema Kennedy to replace Lorraine Fullbrook. With a 5,554 vote majority to hold it is a battleground seat – Fullbrook put in a big campaign to win the seat from Labour in 2010, reputedly the most expensive in the country. Seema – a Conservative councillor for Marshalswick South ward in St Albans – is of Persian-Irish parentage, her family fled Iran after the revolution. A Cambridge graduate she made her money as a property lawyer. From the modernising wing of the Tories…


  1. 1
    Ah! Slow news day says:

    Man eats alien. No Bones


    • 10
      Gordon Brown says:

      Nurse nurse my balls are turning blue


    • 11
      táxpáyér says:

      >made her money as a property lawyer

      Oh Jeez I get the feeling Dave’s rent-seeking party will get even worse.


      • 14
        Lawyers are weasels says:



        • 18
          SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

          Not another greedy shyster lawyer , the lice should be barred from standing .


          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            i see that ‘taxpayer’ is trying to muscle in / barge in on ground that i have a three + years head start on he/she/it (on here) in throwing 5hit at the whole shysters brigades.

            flattery / imitation / eh!
            Long may the ‘smearing’ games continue – as those who continue to smear i make themselves and their barrel bottom scraping look even more stoopid day by day, troll by troll, sockpuppet by sockpuppet.

            btw – the word shyster – originates from a man called scheuster who was a crook (J) lawyer in New York in the 1920’s. Ho hum eh!


          • Full Circle says:

            Seema Kennedy stood for election in Ashton, nr Manchester in 2010.


            This is what she said back then:

            “I recognise only too well the enormous economic and cultural benefits, as well as the great British tradition of tolerance, which immigration has brought.

            “The problem is that if immigration is unfettered, it leads to a strain on resources and tensions between different ethnic groups.”

            “The Conservative party’s policy is to bring down the numbers of people coming to the UK to the tens of thousands (as it was when we were in power in the mid 1990s) rather than the hundreds of thousands.

            “There will be a points-based system for migrants, as there is in Australia, and there will be a cap on the total number of people coming to the country.

            “If a foreigner wishes to marry a British citizen, then he or she will have to pass an exam to prove their English language skills.”


          • Jimmy says:

            Well I agree communication is an important element in any marriage, but isn’t that taking state interference a little too far?


          • Was? says:

            But of course Britishers who go and live abroad will have to learn the language of the place they are going to, yes?


          • táxpáyér says:

            FYI tinfoil-boy I’ve been here a LOT longer than 3+ years.


          • BBC Dromey says:

            “But of course Britishers who go and live abroad will have to learn the language of the place they are going to, yes? ”

            That’s up to the host country.

            BTW, does Stephen Kinnoch know Swiss, or does only his money need to learn?


          • táxpáyér says:

            “Stephen Kinnoch know Swiss”

            Swiss speak versions of German, French and Italian (officially) but mostly very good English. It’s odd/amusing/curious when skiing to see two people who converse in their mutual second language (which is nearly always English).


          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            @Taxpayer – you may have been here for + 3 years (i don’t know that for a fact) – but you ain’t caused as much interest / controversy in the low-life scum that are the legal shysters as i have. So put a ‘sock’ in it poppet.


          • milk monitor says:

            “Jimmy says:
            June 28, 2014 at 6:29 pm
            Well I agree communication is an important element in any marriage, but isn’t that taking state interference a little too far?”

            Not nearly far enough… I’ve seen far too many tattoed hookers with brown kids latched onto fat taxi drivers getting in, only to drop the Hunt in short order, once the 5 years is served for citizenship.

            The English language test isn’t enough, there should be an A-Level maths, physics, chemistry, economics, and British history exams too, plus a degree, plus 5 years experience in job on a list of in-demand professions.

            …but it would be lot simpler to just ban immigration completely. We could then sack all the bureaucracy and hanger on legal practices and “support services” and reduce the tax bill a bit. We could certainly do with fewer Ragheads, Ruskies and Yella Peril dumping their capital here into property and exacerbating the wealth gap. What do we actually need immigration for anyway? We’ve got plenty of people, surely they just need training and incentivising to fill the demands in the economy? …or is that too revolutionary an idea?!


          • BBC Dromey says:

            ” It’s odd/amusing/curious when skiing to see two people who converse in their mutual second language (which is nearly always English). ”

            That’s cos the Swiss Germans refuse to speak French and the Swiss-French refuse to speak German.

            Liked by 1 person

          • táxpáyér says:

            Do foxtrot oscar you delusional conspiracy loon.


          • @táxpáyér

            From my month of self-imposed purdah from commenting against the behatted one, I think the charitable here will allow me the following wisdom from the good Dr Parva and his Ayurveda teachings, in words far more elegant than I could ever aspire to.

            Self-praise is no recommendation

            Delusions of grandeur form the footrest of self-praise, and it is often linked to feigned notions about the self. Self-praise is not a good sign and always proves counterproductive when it is communicated to a well-meaning, logical and knowledgeable population of the world.

            You may only belie the very act of self-praise if you think you are the person of unusual ability and address. None of us is so perfect to claim this stature; and if we actually are of this magnificent and towering address then we don’t even need to self-praise ourselves. Self-praise leads to vanity and ego and is seen as a bad thing in almost every faith and religion. Given all its negative meanings in various dictionaries, which include bluster, brag, braggadocio, bragging, crow, crowing, line-shooting, rodomontade, self-assertion, speech act, vapouring, vaunt, self-praise is truly no recommendation.

            When you indulge in self-praise, you are in reality insulting the sound intelligence and wisdom of the people who you think should be seconding your blabbermouth. You lose your faith in them and what they develop of you is a residual image of being a dishonest, self-centered and a highly disinteresting character. Montaigne has remarked that a man’s accusations of himself are always believed; his praises of self never.

            Psychologists group people of self-praising behavior among one of the narcissism types; something that bears a strong lineage to personality disorders. Those who hold high opinions about themselves are normally grouped into the ‘trickster-type’ which is charming, engaging, smooth and inviting and may have many social graces. All these adjectives often act as a veneer on a disturbed personality till they meet someone who is more knowledgeable than them and has a better know-how of things.

            “Behind the ‘trust me’ messages,” say psychologists, “you will find a malicious intent. It is the personality of the ‘con-artist’. The motives are covert and include exploitation, limitless entitlement and a cruel twist when the victim realizes the script of betrayal.”

            The one with ten houses might also do well to reflect upon these words.


          • M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

            FFS Taxpayer don’t mention heavy metals.


          • Cardinal Biggles says:

            SC : I like that piece by Dr Parva, if for no other reason than it reintroduces me to the word ‘rodomontade'; I shall endeavour to use it every so often. As I was reading Dr. Parva’s piece I was going to comment as to whom I thought it so accurately summed up, but you beat me to it with your final sentence.

            As to BW, he may be better known as Blowing Trumpets – his own. Frankly, I’m not sure many of his arcane posts would pass the Turing test, but they do make me laugh from time to time.


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          Oh Christ not another Lawyer says:

          When you say ‘modernising’ do you mean bumsex marriage and full integration with the EUSSR ?


      • 377
        Sunday bloody sunday says:

        Well at least she has a good knowledge of the UK economy, which nowadays is basically the property market, a massive bubble sustained by greed and need.


        • 378
          Briton says:

          It seems to that foreigners are already vastly over represented in Parliament. Can’t they find an English person?


      • 381
        NE Frontiersman says:

        But on the plus side, she’s a demon clog-dancer and enjoys tripe.


    • 17
      Sam says:

      Has anyone seen my David anywhere ?


      • 37
        The Growler says:

        Looks like a parachuted in strong recommendation from CCHQ which the local party duly obeyed, Ribble Valley is a long way from St Albans, unless she actually lived lived there at one time.


        • 88
          Halo Jumpmaster says:

          Fookin Tories (inc liblab shite) will parachute anyone in anywhere, providing theres enough room for the ‘Canapies’ to open


          • milk monitor says:

            UKIP is the answer to that shit.

            failing that, any other acronym-named party

            They wanna call you names? Take ownership of those names, and wear ‘em with pride.

            The establishment tree is in the process of being felled.


    • 192
      orrible arry says:

      Nothing quite speaks to the ordinary white English working class as a Persian-Irish Cambridge graduate.

      Some might say this is taking the fucking piss.


  2. 2
    Dreary Steeples says:

    A good looking girl, with that breeding she will go far.


  3. 3
    Prof. Ed Miliband, B.Sc. M.Sc. Ph.D. says:

    The angle of the dangle is inversely proportional to the heat of the meat.

    And in Ribble, so is the dribble.


  4. 4
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    But she’s femaie !

    Here’s an A-to-Z guide to being gay: http://bit.ly/1jYis3m


    • 42
      The Growler says:

      So that is circulating around No 10 Dave?


      • 206
        milk monitor says:

        Is that download queued behind endless kiddie filth, given the reported online history of the average left-wing civil service or parliamentary web browser?


  5. 5
    Black Dee says:

    White Dee ‘kicked in the head and thrown in the pool’ at Magaluf party by man as his friends film the incident while ‘pointing and laughing’

    About time!


  6. 6

    Can someone with a knowledge of History or otherwise give Cameron the Crick treatment with a UKIP manifesto – please:

    Thank you.

    Vote UKIP :-D


    • 15
      Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

      Don’t be daft.


      • 16
        Weak and weedy Dave, Jean Claude Juncker's little slave, says:

        Quite. Of course I realize it is 100 years to the day since WWI started. I believe it’s one of our greatest institutions, and I’m proud to have given many speeches to the WI. By jove, Long may they continue, that’s what I say!l


    • 46
      The Growler says:

      Dave has fallen into political hole which a savvy politician never does, it’s a bit like a poker player showing his cards before the game commences


      • 64
        Gordon Brown says:

        Never did me any harm.


        • 128
          nice cup of tea says:

          Exactly why did so many die for our country 100 years ago?


          • It's politicians who have always been the real enemy says:

            Because our military were totally fucking insane. The higher their rank the more detached they were from reality.


          • Mr Kitchener's granny says:

            It is easy to be happy to be in charge in a war when you are seated on a horse on top of a hill about 6 miles from anywhere near the actual fighting.


          • M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

            Oh fooking ell … military historians giving their synopses of the complex events of 100 years ago. Must have studied at Blackadder College, Cambridge given that kind of insight.


    • 127
      táxpáyér says:

      These types forcing the various peoples of Europe into “unity” have a habit of economic destruction and failure….

      It’s like nation-building diverse peoples is doomed to fail, whether europe of afghanistan.


  7. 8

    Marshalswick is a select area. A very select area.

    Your correspondent feline lived there some years back in the early years of the Blessed Margaret’s Downing Street tenure.


    • 48
      The Growler says:

      The Fawkeses are genuflecting madly at the mere mention of her name.


    • 110
      Mornington Crescent says:

      A Wheathampstead man myself in the 70s, Cat – so I came pretty close…


      • 302

        Even more upmarket. A lovely place that I often dr’ove through and sometimes even stopped for a pint at the Bull.


        • 359
          Cardinal Biggles says:

          I’m a ‘St. Albanian’, if I can put it that way, but I’m afraid you would have little to do with me as I was dragged up on the High Oaks council estate in the early ’50’s – literally the wrong side of the tracks from you two gentlemen. It’s all a long time ago now, we moved away fifty odd years ago, still, happy days they were.


          • The wonderful at the FKK site here, apart from the obvious, is that without clothes, everyone is on equal terms and it is not our random backgrounds which count but the way we interact conversationally, should we chose to do so.

            One rarely encounters rodomontade nor, indeed, blatherskite. :-)


    • 119
      táxpáyér says:

      That’s Blessed Margaret PBUH if you please.


  8. 12
    Revelling in the joys of buttock sex says:

    Quote of the day “the gays are everywhere!”


    • 54
      The Growler says:

      Unless they are outwardly limp (speech or mannerisms ), touchy feelly, or frequent known meeting places of gays, you could not really tell, just ask the ruling body of the Con Party, unless they just turned a blind eye.


  9. 19
    England is becumin a ferd world cess-pit innit says:

    Good, a private sector business woman has been selected

    How many 2015 Labour candidates will be public sector/unions/quangos/never had a private sector job, fucks?


    • 23
      Christ on a bike says:

      Yes. A foreign property lawyer. No chance of her being out of touch with the British public, thank fuck.


      • 57
        England is becumin a ferd world cess-pit innit says:

        From wot i have read about her she will be wildly out of touch with the feckless, scrounging vermin, & public sector paper shufflers wot are causing ruin to this once great nation of England..innit

        wot wot


      • 118
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        The whole legal mafia – have been getting away with murder (e.g. Blair and Co Hoon, Harman, Straw. Byers et amis).

        It is the legal mafia who should be stripped of legal priviledge – a very dark cloak that they all use to lie, cheat, commit criminal & fraudulent acts and thieve from the British Public – every day of the year – with immunity from being prosecuted.

        How many bent and corrupt lawyers have ever been properly dealt with by the SRA (regulatory!! self-regulatory), the police, the SDT – come on all you armchair know-all generals – get your thinking caps on?


    • 117
      táxpáyér says:

      Property lawyer is the opposite of business. It’s pure unadulterated rent-seekage.


  10. 21
    Chorley says:

    southern carpetbagger. Will simply be toast. Won’t ever get to claim the London flat on expenses.


  11. 22
    Anonymous says:



    • 24
      Christ on a bike says:

      Not sure which is more horrific – her face or her blouse.


    • 26
      Harridan Harmanhater says:

      PIE on the menu, Pat ?


    • 29
      Anonymous says:


      • 34
        Waycist says:

        Fucking lawyers shoudl be barred from sitting as MPs. They automatically think they know better than everybody else and impose liberal crap upon us in the name of building a better society. A society that thanks to leafy homes, Tuscan holidays and private education for their kids – they don’t have to live in. Who the fuck votes for these bastards? If democracy give us this, fuck democracy.


        • 101
          Jack Ketch says:

          Lawyers are trained to present untruths, artifice and fabrication as fact. They are trained to attack the honest and misrepresent the dishonest. They are amoral by definition. Their bible is the loophole, their god is the chequebook. They are the spawn of hell and Satan’s very own PR officers.


          • The Singing Oyster says:

            Could not agree more about lawyers being banned from becoming MPs.
            It is a lawyers job to try and convince you that what you saw is not what you have actually seen, and that what was said was not really said.
            In their world two and two add up to five.


    • 78
      Anonymous says:

      Looks like they read here. Why hide the picture now are you ashamed or is it something else?


    • 92
      Roma Bert. says:

      In for a PIE and a pint ? :)


    • 126
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      The sins of their fathers and motheers. And that two-faced bitch is married to a fucking judge … WmHodge.


    • 312
      Cinna says:

      Ugh! That pic makes my flesh creep.


  12. 27
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    She does get points for hereditary but loses loads for property lawyer, almost adjacent to patent lawyer, who , in my opinion , are destroying the western world economy and industrial progress.
    still does she give a fuck about that ?


    • 30
      the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

      I worked with a guy who had very good contacts, and he said to me, this was over ten years ago.
      “all these guys are observing that their sons want to be patent lawyers”.


      • 62
        Bosun Higgs says:

        I’ve found patent lawyers to be among the very few lawyers who actually understand the law and can advise on it, rather than giving the usual fee-maximising woolly waffle.


        • 114
          táxpáyér says:

          Still patents and property are the two most rent-seeking wealth-sponge areas of the economy.


          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            All legals who ‘hide & cloak themselves off’ behind their particular religions are scum.


          • Fees, Commissions, Deductions, Admin Charges etc says:

            A bit like “licensing” then. Endless money rolling in {to someone who knows sod all about anything but has a law degree} so others can get on and do things.


      • 69
        Seth Boyden says:

        Sadly, my son never shone as a patent lawyer.


      • 382
        NE Frontiersman says:

        So Mrs T was well ahead of the field?


  13. 28
    White rabbit says:

    That…is a very decent hat. Although the scarf knot is sooo passe’


  14. 31
    Bumsex Dave says:

    Just remember what I have done for this country. Bumsex for everyone. Junket and me will introduce a Botters Charter in Europe aimed at stretching buttholes everywhere.


  15. 35
    Paul S says:

    Seema is from Blackburn. I don’t see that she is a ‘foreign’ nor a Southern carpet-bagger.


  16. 36
    Jimmy says:

    “the modernising wing of the Tories…”

    I remember that. Whatever happened to them?


    • 50
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      Normal people know the word ‘modernising’ is to adapt something to modern needs or habits, typically by installing modern equipment or adopting modern ideas or methods. Whereas Lefty mongs like you think it means ‘politically progressive’ and of course to be politically progressive you just have to be left-wing right Jimmy?

      The truth is Modern means different things to different people and if it wasn’t for lefty mongs twisting and changing the meaning of words I wouldn’t have to type this.

      Three minutes of my life I’ll never get back.


    • 75
      Labour are - well, how to put it politely? - CUNTS says:

      British jobs for British workers.
      Tough on crime, tough on the causes of crime.
      We are the first generation that will never send its children to war.
      An end to single-sex wards in NHS hospitals.
      Everyone will have access to an NHS hospital.
      Education, education, education.
      Everyone who enters university will be bi-lingual.
      All school children will get laptops.
      We will end NHS waiting lists.
      An end to inequality.
      Spending only to invest.
      A referendum on the EU constitution, even if it’s name is changed.

      I remember those Labour promises. Whatever happened to them?


    • 112
      táxpáyér says:

      Blair “Modernised” Labour. You don’t seem too happy with it?


  17. 45
    Ed Jong-mil says:

    David Camelon much humiriated by need select Persian woman! Onry Rabour Party deriver Blitish\Bergian MP for Blitish worker!


  18. 47
    Why is Dr Liam Fox no longer our Defence Secretary says:

    I dont give a fuck where her family are from I just want to know her plans for reducing the Deficit and out taxes.


    • 337
      The Growler says:

      Foxy was a naughty little boy. If a chancellor reduces one tax you can bet he will will raise it somewhere else. So where which tax do you want to derease and which one to increase, it is as simple as that, the Fawkeses like raising vat as it “gets everyone” a tax on spending. Say Geedes, you could run a competion on which tax you would like the chancellor to cut with the proviso that you must make that up with a cut or increase in tax elsewhere.


  19. 49
    A reporter from the Daily Planet says:

    Nissan UK not happy bunnies this morning.

    Fear stock piles of cars at UK ports with no customs clearance for Europe.

    Renault Peugeot Citroen and Volkswagen are wetting their pants with excitement.


    • 67
      Durrrr says:

      Renault Peugeot Citroen and Volkswagen are wetting their pants in terror at the same happening to them at European ports.


      • 198
        the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

        once the tooling is done what is the cost of a car to the maker ? 300 quid ?


      • 358
        The Great British Public says:

        How does Ford make all its Transit vans in Turkey now, and sell them all over Europe ?

        Doesn’t seem to worry them….

        Ps the Turkish Ford factory was removed from the UK and built in Turkey thanks to a £100m grant…. From you guessed it…..the EU…..


    • 291
      Harbour master says:

      Bugger Europe. By-pass them and send them all direct to Africa and India.


  20. 51
    Anonymous says:

    What does one look for to be a moderniser these days in the Tory Party?

    Seems to me Dave has already embraced all the socially liberal and economically illiberal proposals which have been around and he still loves the EU, so what do you have to do or say or beliebve to be a “moderniser”?

    Justasking out of interest


  21. 52
    Owen Jones says:

    Look at me on RT :)


  22. 53
    Ten Fuckin thirty !!! STRICT??? says:

    Young offenders will be ordered to go to bed at 10.30pm under strict new rules announced by the Government.

    Justice Secretary Chris Grayling revealed the new “lights out” regulation to be imposed on 15 to 17-year-olds in English institutions.

    He said those who refuse to obey the new rules will be punished with the removal of privileges such as access to a television.

    But prison reform campaigners labelled the plan a “petty restriction” and said it would add to problems faced in understaffed prisons.


    • 63
      Ken Clarke's sensible twin brother says:

      Basically, prisoners need to be worked to death so they’re begging to be in bed by 6pm. Keeping them awake until 22:30 should be punishment.

      And as for “access to television”, no. Not unless the “access to television” involves shackling them to an iron bed-frame and then dropping a 1970s television on their kneecaps.


      • 77
        Cruel and unusual tortures says:

        Shackle them to the bed, set the TV to show endless repeats of Jeremy Kyle, crank up the volume and throw away the remote.


      • 120
        Jack Ketch. says:

        When I was on basic training the RAF (not nearly as onerous as the Army), we had to rise about 05h00 to “bull” the barracks, polishing on hands and knees, cleaning crappers and God knows what else. Then a rushed breakfast, then laying out kit in a perfectly pointless manner, then packing it all away; then marching up and down for half the day, then PT, then more marching up and down and other bollocks, sometimes cross-country runs, sometimes just running around until one dropped, then more “bull” until about 19h00. As already mentioned, falling into bed at that time of night was a blessed relief and church parade on Sunday, as an opportunity for an hour’s kip, was like sex.


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  23. 59

    EU / UK: The cat who walks (almost) alone:

    A tribute to Larry, perhaps the only resident of No. 10 with a realist view on Europe.

    See posting for links.

    Vote UKIP :-D


  24. 60
    Peter Tapsell says:

    Why the fuck would you pay good money to see 3rd rate singers & musicians whilst standing knee deep in slurry? Wankers!

    Yes,I’m referring to Glastonbury.


  25. 66
    concrete pump says:

    I would.


  26. 68
    CCHQ says:

    PM: My best wishes to everyone,especially the bumsexers, observing the holy month of Ramadan – a time for charity, contemplation & community http://ow.ly/yyx2r


  27. 70
    A forrmer Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury says:

    During the Cold War Americans thought of Western Europe and Great Britain as independent sovereign countries. Whether they were or not, they most certainly are not today. We are now almost seven decades after WWII, and US troops still occupy Germany. No European government dares to take a stance different from that of the US Department of State.

    Not long ago there was talk both in the UK and Germany about departing the European Union, and Washington told both countries that talk of that kind must stop as it was not in Washington’s interest for any country to exit the EU. The talk stopped. Great Britain and Germany are such complete vassals of Washington that neither country can publicly discuss its own future.



    • 76
      nell says:

      Engage your brain – you can think whatever you want to – and you certainly don’t need to think whatever the Yanks tell you to think!! And as for the EU , it is a dying entity – the issue at the moment is to calculate how fast or how slowly it is dying – a bit like the Roman Empire!!


      • 116
        I boycott companies that employ EU immigrants says:

        The other issue at the moment is how much money we’re going to keep borrowing in order to pay our EU membership fee before we leave.

        Borrowing £22 billion every year just to give it to some anti-British cu nts we’re going to walk away from (or who will walk away from us) is a really shitty fiscal policy.


    • 89
      Little Satan says:


  28. 82
    Savilles Eye-Ball says:

    Fookin foreigners


  29. 96
    Judge Jeffries says:

    So absolutely up to speed on what the people of south ribble want and need from an MP.

    Has she ever been to South Ribble ?? Just what the country needs more MP’s who know nothing about their constituency…..

    Dont be shocked dave to see a loss in this seat.


  30. 97
    non taxable pikey says:

    Seema caused a lot of problems with the local Tory party in St Albans over the incumbent’s expenses. If she wins in South Ribble then her expenses will be huge, assuming she will not move to the constituency. Newark mk 2, keep the parachute.


    • 190
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Talking of expenses – whats the news … i mean hows the cover up going on about that tory bloke who won in Newark – werent his expenses / costs for his election said to have been way over the limit?


  31. 100
    Dragnet says:


    • 125
      Mornington Crescent says:

      With hindsight, that’s really rather chilling.

      Note the publisher in the top right corner…


      • 138
        this needs further investigation says:

        Bloody ‘ell.
        So the BBC not only covered up Saviles
        systematic rape and child abuse, it also
        produced literature supporting his aims.


      • 156
        Jack Ketch. says:

        Long, long before Savile, there was Uncle Mac and Gilbert Harding–it’s a BBC tradition. Many PDO-files disguise their lifestyle as plain gaiety–the truth is it’s hard to tell now, it was hard to tell then. If the BBC’s current management is any guideline, the place is PDO heaven.


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          well and truly rumbled says:

          What a find.
          This needs further investigations.


          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            Seb Coe’s Rabbi – will be ‘telling him’ what to and not to do when he ‘gets’ shoehorned in.


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

            it is difficult to comprehend someone who was on olympic and world cup bids saying he was ignorant of backhanders.


          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            Its them cognitive dissonance mob again – who do not recognise that they have done anyting wronga. They absolve themselves of their sins once a yer and clean their slate – to go forward and sin like bastards for the following year – itsin thier blood brother.


    • 209
      Tip of the iceberg says:


      • 230
        Concerned parent says:

        Jimmy Savile: The Praetorian Guard that let evil do its worst


        “Wilful blindness by our great institutions, from the BBC to the NHS, let Jimmy Savile continue his abusive rampage.”

        “On the occasion of his 80th birthday, which fell fittingly enough on the Hallowe’en of 2006, the Prince of Wales sent Sir James Savile OBE not only a gift, but also a note thanking him for his charity work. “Nobody will ever know,” it read…”


        • 233
          Marky Mel says:

          Another Jimmy Saville story! Must be a muslim sex grooming case going on and the MSM need to cover it up.


          • Anonymous says:

            There is also the spin being put on this that it was something which happened a long time ago – all those being accused are either dead or nearly so.

            This is not credible – the BBC cult of celebrity is as powerful as ever, whatever is going on right now is being done by the current generation of celebrities who are untouchable due to their status. There was that recent one where the young gay committed suicide apparently due to his treatment by some celeb whose name we were not even permitted to know.

            Hundreds of BBC and their hangers on at Glastonbury this weekend along with a virtually unlimited supply of young stupid celeb worshippers – no chance there isn’t something dodgy going on.


  32. 122
    Nick Clegg says:

    If Britain leaves the EU, it will no longer be able to trade with the EU.

    Just like America and China can’t.


    • 135
      The voting public says:

      Did anyone hear a faint whisper or was it just the wind of change ?


    • 143
      EU Fables says:

      And, shock horror, the Krauts won’t be able to sell us those Oberfuhrer Wagens


    • 150
      BBC says:

      There are 196 countries in the World. There are 28 in the EU. According to the EUrophiles then that’s 168 countries which are stark raving bonkers and are going bust


  33. 137
    David Cameron says:

    A great selection! She was interviewed and agrees with my policy of ludicrous marginal rates punishing success so she’s ok in my book. Toodlepip plebs…


    • 148
      EU Myths and Fables says:

      And we are arranging special Ribbleside Halt for ze Very Fast High Speed Trains from ze power centrums of Luxembourg Lichtenstein.


    • 207
      The Bent Cabinet Secretary says:

      I suppose she is being groomed (can we still use that word?) To take over from Lady Woozie to take over as token woozie…couldn’t be worse than Grant Crapps…

      But is she shiite ot sunni?

      She must be positively vetted…


  34. 139
    Five-a-day says:


  35. 147
    The Biased BBC says:

    I don’t recall the BBC constantly leading their News with ” The Leader of the opposition, David Cameron has said….”


    • 160
      John Bellingham says:

      The term “Shadow Minister” has also now become an honorific for every babbling wannabe who is interviewed by the BBC–“Tell me Shadow minister…” “Thank you Shadow Minister….”. This is a bit like the old communist revolutionaries who used to give their ranters grand titles in the hope of legitimising them.


      • 166
        Fishy says:

        No, they use first names now. Ed, Ed, Harriet, Chukka, Tom


        • 177
          The license fee is going to go go says:

          In the very near future, those currently on the BBC’s payroll will be more formal when addressing people..

          “A BigMac and large fries? Would you like a drink with that, sir?”


  36. 149
    join me on spaceship oblivion says:

    anyone else getting completely and utterly munteroo’d tonight?


    • 239
      join me on spaceship oblivion says:

      well that really was rather splendid. myself is very glad you joined me for some much needed positivity. next up my recommendation is one of the great unsung creator heroes of rhythmical explorations of inner space communal melding as a means to render both the old and new world order obsolete by merely getting them to eat each other. remember the meaning of the ancient sufi word “baraka” – “the weave of life” dance peacefully and laugh at those who try to grind you down for they are exceedingly wrong in the head but too far gone to realize it.


  37. 152
    Miliband 'no George Clooney' & won't 'bring us millions of votes' - Diane Abbott says:


  38. 162
    Carpet Bagger Watch says:

    Yet another economic migrant stealing British jobs from British people. Why doesn’t she stand for the parliament in Ireland where she’s a citizen?


  39. 174
    Flag Media says:


  40. 178
    Any Left Left? says:

    How will the Hooray Guardianistas cope with Metallica?


    • 205
      Vet says:

      Cut contribution. The beebs are getting short changed by the Industry as usual.

      BTW, any savile footage at glasto about? Would seem strange that the Perv didn’t have a tent there.


  41. 183
    The ultimate useful idiot says:


    • 193
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Oh Please …. i think i’ll go and have a bacon sarnie now – if you don’t mind.


    • 217
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      “Educates” yet another double speak euphemism.


      • 316
        JH26213-454635 says:

        Yeah, it’s up there with ‘unacceptable’ (as deployed when suppressing free speech) and ‘progressive’ (whereupon a thing can only be improved by making it more left wing).


    • 248
      Boring Has Been Watch says:

      You can take recycling too far.


    • 340
      Anonymous says:

      Bet she’s got a bigger carbon footprint than most people. As the fashion business is totally unnecessary why not shut it down which would cut emissions?


  42. 195
    Berlusconi says:

    This is who she’s up against. Can I have a ringside seat?


  43. 197
    The British media are cunts says:


  44. 202
    Mr Bingley says:

    Glastonbury and the Labour Party are middle class shite


  45. 215
    F##k the LibLabCon says:


  46. 223
    Anonymous says:

    There certainly are.


  47. 234
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    have I mentioned that I met the first black bloke in Dublin ?
    he was famous in the black and Asian community apparently.
    I can imagine that must have been interesting, being English was tricky enough.


  48. 238
    Jizzminge Allwhine Brown says:


  49. 242
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Who is going to be the ‘Firster’ on Rupe’s Israeli paid blog on Sunday?


  50. 247
    The EU says:

    Have I been reformed yet?


    • 256
      Fingal o'Flahertie says:

      Even if it were possible, reforming the EU would make it no less unpalatable – while those who those who pursue its aims remain utterly unspeakable.


  51. 249
    Jean Claude Drunkard says:



    • 321
      Yes MSM, we really believe you says:

      Anything to take the sting out of the growing UKIP support.

      The political class, left or right, do not intend leaving the EU, ever.

      This is yet another predictable Liblabcon/MSM stunt.


    • 348
      Anonymous says:

      A task which he is nonetheless going to devote much of his time and energy towards, rather than being PM.


  52. 250
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

    It’s only taxpayers’ money. Who cares ?


    • 258
      The answer is occasionally blowing in the wind says:

      Presumably it’s called renewable energy because the bloody things are forever breaking and having to be replaced at enormous expense.


      • 283
        Sacrificial Anne Ode says:

        Ten years from now once the salt has done its work, then these windmills will be beyond economical repair. Not that sound economics and so called renewable energy have ever been married.


        • 326
          Ignoramus spotter says:

          Really? Surprising all those oil and gas rigs out there for some 40 years now are still functioning then heh?


        • 333
          Eccles says:

          If you want to build in the sea there is a lot of salt in the sea.

          You must protect your building in the sea from the sea and the salt when you build.

          Yoiu should not be salting away taxpayer subsidies.


      • 319
        M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

        Renewables is the new PFI. :(


    • 351
      OwlTV says:

      There are advances being made in cold fusion which mean wind turbines etc may already be obsolete.
      Read something about it in Forbes a few months ago.


  53. 255
    No go shit-hole Britain says:

    Muslim man murders pregnant prostitute because she was working near a mosque


    – Mariana Popa was six weeks pregnant when she was knifed by Farooq Shah
    – Romanian was trying to earn money to support family when she was killed
    – Shah stabbed her after warnings not to work near mosque in Ilford, Essex
    – The 21-year-old tried to claim in court that he was victim of mistaken identity


    • 260
      Levi Malissi says:

      The local community obviously considered her too old to be doing such work.


    • 262
      Jack Ketch says:

      I feel so enriched and diversified!


      • 293
        non taxable pikey says:

        Shah was drugged and boozed up when he murdered her, allegedly. He had previously robbed someone and had a stolen phone and bike. Another fine member of the religion of peace. Let him rot.


    • 313
      Pairs says:

      “Mistaken identity”?

      Well, they do all rather loo alike to us don’t they. Which is why they should all be sent back where they came from.


  54. 257
    'Pissed' Dave Cooper says:

    All very depressing, time for a mango or two…


  55. 261
    Mr Bingley says:

    In 2011, Eavis was quoted as lamenting the decline in political activity associated with the Glastonbury Festival. Days later, however, a protest by Art Uncut at the Glastonbury Festival against U2’s alleged hypocrisy on matters of taxation was stopped with force by festival security.

    Hyprocrisy all round as privately educated Dairy farmer Eavis charges £40,000,000
    entrance fee


    • 265
      Saw You Coming says:

      Glastonbury has been shit for at least 25 years. Nothing anyone connected with it says is sincere. The only honest thing about it is the constant demand for cash.


  56. 266
    Pointless yet again says:

    Gheedough, you really don’t seem to get it do you?

    This post is just another nail in the coffin of irrelevance.


    • 269
      Jorge says:

      Don’t be mean. Just because someone is off form doesn’t stop him having to make a living. Can’t you juts anjoy the comments like everyone else and just accept that Guido’s having an ‘off’ streak?


      • 276
        A bystander says:

        A blog has a limited lifetime. Look what happened to Iain Dale, who started out fresh and iconoclastic and has decayed into mumbling to a private clique that you have to join to be allowed to comment.

        When Guido started he was a free and dangerous outsider, exciting to read. Now he is obsessed with irrelevant squabbles inside the Westminster bubble and can’t say anything that would offend his paymaster Murdoch. He has become trivial and dull, while the blog is so laden with advertisements that you have to resort to blocking software to be able to read it at all. Personally I don’t read the posts any more and go straight to the comments, which have become duller too but still have a certain Saturday-night-at-Broadmoor buzz.

        This was bound to happen. Energy flags. And when you get too close to Westminster it draws you in, and from being one of the people pissing into the tent you become one of the parasitic elite pissing out.

        There ought to be a new voice. Breitbart London has some interesting things to say, but its unelpful format holds it back, and I don’t think it will ever be the next Guido.


        • 363

          You obviously have been a long time reader, so respect what you are saying, am probably more aware of the inherent danger of editorial atrophy than most. The voice of the blog has clearly changed since 2004. The question for you is who takes more editorial risks than this blog? Who bites the politicians harder? Who goes after wrong ‘uns of all parties with the vigour and relish that we do?

          As for the other charges: we’ve always done political tittle-tattle – it is in our DNA, it is our raison d’etre and why we’re #1. We are to the Westminster bubble what Fairy Liquid is to plates. We are of the bubble, if we were not how would we burst politician’s bubbles? People say they want highbrow stuff, in my experience most don’t really. Who reads any article about Iraq – we don’t – bores reading boring articles about politics. As for being Westminster obsessed – guilty – it is a political gossip blog.

          By the way, Guido was pro-Murdoch before taking his shilling, to a large extent sharing his view of Britain, e.g. it needs shaking up because it is class stratified to a ridiculous extent in the 21st century. It is obviously complex and complicated for Media Guido to write about the Sun, so by and large we don’t. However ask yourself this – where did you first find out about the Coulson-Brooks affair? Here.

          The ads pay for the four contributors to the blog and mean we don’t have to go to billionaires or union barons cap in hand. Plenty would like to own and control this blog. Not all of those four voices want to fight the powers that be as much as the founder. Young people these days…


        • 365
          Chillaxed Dave says:

          “the comments, which have become duller too but still have a certain Saturday-night-at-Broadmoor buzz.”

          I read them so much that Sam has to call me back to our latest boxset.


  57. 274
    Diane Abbott Spotted Going For a KFC Bargain Bucket says:


    • 309
      Fakery says:

      Only a human would walk with that particular gait, a young human at that.
      Reason – about 2 million years of evolution, plus shoes.


  58. 277
    A bystander says:

    Chance of my modded comment on this getting through: nil.


  59. 280
    How sad says:

    Good God… That is an English Primary School?


    • 281
      It should work both ways you know says:

      So where is the OFSTED report putting the school into remedial measures for being racist and having no indigenous native pupils?


      • 322
        Diversity, codeword for something else says:

        No, no, no.

        100% White people = 0% diversity.

        100% Black or 100% Asian = 100% diversity.


    • 284
      Tom Bolla says:

      Teaching Children to gamble Chuka? I thought you were against betting, except when bribed


      • 318
        Pairs says:

        Oh dear, Allan Akkbaa will be furious when he finds out. Likely to send a plague of locusts or similar to Tulse Hill.


        • 350
          All things considered I'd have done better to have stayed among the bulrushes says:

          Thought he already had.


    • 299
      We're nothing more than Europe's money pig says:

      Aw bless! They were having a Star Wars convention! A great pity Chuka didn’t go in fancy dress, too.


    • 355
      JJ says:

      Just look at all the nazi salutes….. chilling.


  60. 285
    Wacht am Rhein says:

    Lots of coverage and discussion in the German press about Cameron’s stance over Juncker. It seems the Germans are slowly waking up to the fact that the British public really are willing to leave the EU. Cameron gets a surprisingly good hearig from many people and Merkel seen as somehow having made a few wrong moves, though it is not quite clear how she managed that…

    It is slowly dawning on some of the less thick members of the German public that if GB goes, they will be picking up an even bigger bill for an unreformed Europe to be run in a manner they also despise.


    • 295
      A real lefty. says:

      What is needed is a new north European alliance that excludes all the hangers on and has democracy rather than burocracy as its driver and is focused on real economic growth. The real lost opportunity of the last few decades is the cultural commonalities between Britain and Germany. These have been sacrificed for all the wrong reasons.


      • 371
        Anonymous says:

        Never happen, you are missing the hidden agenda which is about redistributing wealth from the countries which have been historically successful to those which haven’t.


  61. 296

    And her knowledge of the Ribble valley is ?

    How sad that after all the slagging off of labour and their parachuting in people into safe seats they have no links to , ie Millitwat
    the tories now resort to the same tactics
    hope she loses !


    • 297
      albacore says:

      A good job they didn’t choose an English man
      Conservative voters love the Tory plan
      To conserve nowt at all and impose owt new
      Only, colour them pink. They sure ain’t true blue


      • 329
        Ignoramus spotter says:

        She lives there, her mum lives there and has done for years. Other than that cracking post millibandwagon


    • 357
      The two Muppets says:

      As usual you do not know what you are talking about ,She has lived there
      for some time also her family .


  62. 298
    Mr Bingley says:

    the Metropolitan Left have taken away sport, music and the need to work away from the white working class.


    • 301
      albacore says:

      That’s not all that they’re taking away
      Take a good look around you today
      At England’s fair, green and pleasant land
      Before the English make their last stand


  63. 300
    Jizzminge Allwhine Brownturd says:

    All white people are waycists, its innate. Jizzlam is the only true path.


  64. 304
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Morning Benders

    A man joins a very exclusive nudist colony….On his first day, he takes off his clothes and starts to wander around. A gorgeous petite blonde walks by, and the man immediately gets an erection.

    The woman notices his erection, comes over to him and says, ‘Did you call for me?’

    The man replies, ‘No, what do you mean?’

    She says, ‘You must be new here. Let me explain. It’s a rule here that if you get an erection, it implies you called for me.’

    Smiling, she leads him to the side of the swimming pool, lies down on a towel, eagerly pulls him to her and happily lets him have his way with her.

    The man continues to explore the colony’s facilities. He enters the sauna and, as he sits down, he farts…..

    Within minutes, a huge, hairy man lumbers out of the steam-room toward him, ‘Did you call for me?’ says the hairy man.

    ‘No, what do you mean?’ says the newcomer.

    ‘You must be new,’ says the hairy man, ‘it’s a rule that if you fart, it implies that you called for me.’ The huge man easily spins him around, bends him over a bench and has his way with him.

    The newcomer staggers back to the colony office, where he is greeted by the smiling, naked receptionist, ‘May I help you?’ she says.

    The man yells, ‘Here’s my membership card. You can have the key back and you can keep the $500 membership fee.’

    ‘But, Sir,’ she replies, ‘you’ve only been here for a few hours. You haven’t had the chance to see all our facilities.’

    The man replies, ‘Listen lady, I’m 68 years old. I only get an erection once a month. I fart 35 times a day!!’


  65. 305
    Owen Jones says:

    Get in there Ed Miliband

    The Conservative led coalition is toast.

    David Cameron, OUT ! OUT! OUT!

    Survation/Mail on Sunday Poll CON 27 LAB 36 +4 LD 7 -2 UKIP 22 -1

    Put some spin on that you Tory toff !!!!!


  66. 308
    Shooty* says:

    Modernising = Wet, right?

    I trust she appreciates the irony of parents fleeing iran only for her to assist the gov’t in a more extreme form of kaliphate being established here by stealth, with no resistance?


  67. 320
    M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

    We calls them Conveyancing Clerks down our way. Property Lawyer, if you please!


    • 323
      Long John Silver' s parrot says:

      Now that most land is registered and centralised at the privatised Land Registry the job is a real doodle.

      A bit of form filling here and there and remember to pay Stamp Duty to the Government and its a nice little earner .


  68. 325
    The ConLibLabbers have fucked the U.K. says:

    Another immigrant


  69. 341
    Glasto Billy says:

    FOR SALE. Buckets of mud now available. May contain wellies. Can deliver.
    No refunds.


  70. 342
    Dave says:

    Wibble, wibble.


  71. 346
    Dopey Dave's Promise says:

    Every day and in every way I will stand up for Britain (and hard-working families).


  72. 356
    Just asking says:

    So Persian+Irish = British?


  73. 361
    shitbag says:

    St Albans is pretty close to South Ribble – wasn’t helicoptered in then, more like rowboated???


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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.

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

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