July 5th, 2014

60 Years of BBC Broadcasts


  1. 1
    Come on Chelsea says:

    Chelsea for the league


    • 3
      ITV #TDFfail says:

      Well being totally pissed off with the technical fook up that ITV are making on the TDF coverage plus awful commentary. For once I wish the BBC was covering this epic.

      Liked by 1 person

      • 8
        Anonymous says:

        It agree but honestly would they BBC know where any where is outside London


        • 19
          Anonymous says:

          They seem to have got it back now. What a shame to loose the start. That’s the trouble with digital it either works or it doesn’t.


          • Alas, Poor Albion says:

            … and analogue both works and doesn’t?


          • Anonymous says:

            @alas poor Albion:

            Analog can have the signal deteriorate but still enable the view to watch and get an idea of what’s going on. – digital can’t.


          • Gooey Blob says:

            BBC news isn’t terribly good these days. Occasionally it is little more than commentary and at its worst sounds like the left’s answer to Fox.


          • Bloke says:

            Stop saying ‘loose’ when you mean ‘lose’.


        • 146
          BBC Multicultural Transgender Sports Editor says:

          Yes, so long as we can build a £1 million-pound temporary studio on site for us to work in, and service cars to take us between there, the expensive restaurants, and the hotel, we’ll always know exactly where we are.


          • Evan Davies - Toady Sniggering Schoolboy says:

            I quite enjoyed my day all expenses paid with commentary from Yorkshire on this historic bike ride. Tally Ho.
            Perhaps I will go to Brazil next week while Jim Naughty does Scotland in more ways than one.


          • Tom Catesby says:

            With this new digital, we are constantly having to adjust volume as different programmes or stations are on, with the analogue system, we never touched the bloody thing from one years end to the next, much better.


        • 165
          Colonel Mustard says:

          They have discovered Salford.


        • 467

          They ve found Salford now .

          It was always their spiritual home .


      • 21
        Cyclist says:

        I agree – apart from the 2 professional commentators en route, the rest of them making stupid comments at the Start, are absolute crap, totally out of their depth and as incomprehensible as John Prescott on a bad day.


        • 47
          His Lardship John Prescott says:

          “Incomprehensible”? Moi? I make more sense on my worst of days and believe me when I tell you I have had bad days and many more than most if I do say so meself and I do between buckets of chicken wings than the likes of you will make in your life and it ain’t much of one for you is it, you silly git! Now bugger off and let me finish me nosh before I sit on ya!


      • 102
        John Bellingham says:

        Are you sure that you want a lot of BBC types spending a month staring at the bottoms of men in tight lycra shorts with shaven legs? Are you sure that YOU want to do that?


    • 72
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    • 476
      Chukka Wichita lineman says:

      I note that Al Beebya studiously avoided any mention of the Harridan and (pre) Liberty connections to PIES, must just be a Tory ‘thing’ Eh?


  2. 2
    Duncan Shite says:

    IDIOT, over promoted and Cameron is scared to get rid of him.


    • 4
      Bad Santa says:

      Dropped on his head when younger, maybe. Remedy? None? Still has a right to make his way in life.


    • 5
      Nick Cohen says:

      Napoleon Complex syndrome.


      • 59
        Army says:

        Right Uniform?


        • 95
          The Growler says:

          He marches the NHS to the top of the hill, then marches back down again


          • táxpáyér says:

            ?He should have the NHS shot so we can get some health.


          • The Growler says:

            Well taxpayer, if you don’t want NHS you can always go private. If you have every had pay a vets bill lately triple/quintuple it that is what you would pay for private care, but, if you have pre-existing illnesses there will be no cover for that in insurance and there are get out clauses in the insurance policies for thje insurance company. Oh almost forgot the NHS will be there to put right any complications ariseing from your private care.


          • Anonymous says:

            I would happily go private, but the national insurance contributions dont leave me enough to do that.

            My MP says I cannot claim back NatIns even though I would not be using it.

            I at least, canot afford to pay once, let alone twice.


    • 9
      Commons Public Accounts Committee says:

      Iain Duncan Smith’s flagship welfare scheme is a ”fiasco” that has caused unnecessary distress to thousands of sick and disabled people, MPs have warned.


      • 172
        Colonel Mustard says:

        Just because he stopped spending £billions on IT until the pilot was shown to work ….

        How unlike our blessed National Plan for IT in the Health Service which still deliver less than was prvioulsy available from the previous bottom up integrated patient care systems driven by medical clinicians as opposed to top down systems to meet government targets driven by global consultancies.


      • 184
        Andy Burnem - Labour Health Minister says:

        Totally agree. My solution is simply to kill off all sick and disabled people but my mission was scuppered by its discovery in Stafford.
        My name says it all except burning people is not fully in fashion yet.


      • 406
        The Growler says:

        IDS is a fiasco, full stop.


    • 10
      The Anglo Scots are to the English as the Ulster Scots were to the Irish says:

      Just another Anglo Jock


  3. 6
    Lord Wreath says:

    The BBC has become a den of depravity and corruption.
    It should be closed down immediately.


    • 17
      Sue Denim says:

      Whereas no-one from Coronation Street or Emmerdale has ever appeared in court on a sex or violence charge!

      (Some of them may have been found not-guilty – but I think that has more to do with the inability of the juries to distinguish between the actor and his TV role.)


      • 20

        Never a truer word was spoken in parenthesis.


      • 27
        Licence fee payer says:

        The reason people are more pissed off about the BBC than ITV is that we have to pay for the den of depravity whether we like it or not.


        • 41
          Greens are grade A cranks says:

          Well said. If there were no Licence fee then I wouldn’t give a toss about the BBC – it could be as left or green as it liked and it wouldn’t bother me. The fact is the BBC behaves like the Mafia but with the Law on its side.


        • 85
          Sue Denim says:

          But every time you buy something that is advertised on ITV you are paying them. The cost of advertising a product is added to that product. I never watch anything on ITV (apart from the odd American import) but I still have to pay towards them if I buy a tin of beans. Neither system is fair but if both were to go subscription-based I know who would get my money.


          • BBC World of Filth says:

            You don’t have to buy your advertised product to watch TV – unlike the TV Licence.


          • táxpáyér says:

            Also the “cost of advertising a product is added to that product.” is also not true.

            The extra sales from advertising lower the cost.

            BBC delenda est. A state broadcaster is something that should’ve been an embarrassment when the Berlin walls came down.


          • The only Country in Europe not to have a Parliament is England says:

            Just record and delay your program accordingly and fast forward through the crap make a brew and at the end of the hour your not far off those who sat in front of the box, 7Ps.


          • noix says:

            The way it works is that the TV station sells its audience to the advertiser. A bigger audience commands a larger fee. The station depends on audience numbers to be profitable. Evidently not so for the BBC.


      • 185
        Max Quordlepleen says:

        Imagine the howls of outrange from the Guardianistas if you had to pay for the Daily Mail before you could read any other newspaper?

        Or if the government paid for free copies of the Daily Mail to over 65s?

        Could it be that they don’t think the BBC licence is an abuse of the system because the BBC loyaly supports the Socialist cause?

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        • 441
          Looking Good says:

          In general the BBC supports whatever Government is in office. They have to as the government hold their financial balls. This is why the DG changes sometimes coincide with GEs.


          • Scrap the licence fee says:

            You can tell the bias in the BBC by those who criticise it – the right; and those who are horrified by the loss of the licence fee – the left.


      • 306
        IMDB says:

        ITV are just followers, BBC set the standard


    • 295
      A1 says:

      It appears that the BBC may well be the lesser of two dens of depravity. and corruption.


    • 469
      bbc - positive racists says:

      according to the bbc’s countryfile 99% of visitors to the peak district are white so next time your going north. pick up a paci. don’t be a racist


  4. 7
    JadedJean27 says:

    “Lord Janner was made a life peer in 1997 and is best known for his work to recompense victims of the Holocaust.”

    A great service to Leicestershire…


    • 44
      Greens are grade A cranks says:

      Why was Janner “recompensing” Holocaust victims? Did he put them in the camps himself?


      • 67
        Shhh, don't talk about it, jsut believe what you're told, or you're a hater says:

        The camps the Polish built, to put Germans in, before the war? Like Auschwitz?

        They don’t tell you that bit, do they?

        Nor the verifiable fact that neither Stalin, Roosevelt nor Churchill made absolutely no mention of concentration camps in either their private papers or their official biographies that were released very shortly after the war. Wonder why?


        • 79
          +1000 says:



        • 104
          • Anonymous says:

            So as he said then, absolutely no mention of genocide. Or death camps.


          • Of course, if you’ve already made up your mind about the matter out of some internal view of how the world MUST be, no amount of evidence will persuade you. I wish you could have met my great-uncle, who was one of the first into Bergen-Belsen in 1945. However, as memory fades, legend takes its place.


          • Colonel Mustard says:

            One of my uncles was in one of a small group of tanks diverted, with their acompanying infantry, to “guard” a prison camp that was said to be infested with typhus. They were there for two days before the first medics (apart from their first aiders) arrived. After he was demobbed he never again left the UK. As a child I was never allowed to see the pictures he had of what they they found and even now it is a taboo subject.


          • bergen says:

            When I was a boy, our GP ,a pal of my father, always seemed to reek of drink. People were unconcerned. Everyone knew that straight from medical school he’d been one of the first medics into Belsen and his drinking was understood.


        • 157
          Anonymous says:

          Most wartime history written before 1977 when Enigma was revealed are necessarily completely inaccurate.


        • 244
          Anonymous says:

          That’s a factor, but the main problem is that all the explanations given for tactical decisions are complete bollocks – they were taken on the basis of intercepted Axis coded messages, which was Top Secret until 1977.


        • 425
          A1 says:

          No, no, the six million figure is completely accurate. It came straight from the same horse’s mouthes BEFORE the camps were even liberated!

          No mention of how many millions of Germans starve AFTER the war though.


        • 444
          M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

          You can verify what someone did do but you cannot verify what someone allegedly did not do.


        • 448
          Please Help says:

          Churchill and Roosevelt would have had no reason to ignore these German atrocities which demonstrate the nature of the enemy and the correctness of the Allies position.

          If you can supply a reason, I would like to know it.


  5. 11
    BBC 24hr Rolling Bollocks says:

    60 years starting from when the BBC used to just report the news to the present day where they have left wingers interpreting the news.

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      rick says:



    • 46
      Greens are grade A cranks says:



    • 60
      F##k the LibLabCon says:



      • 75
        It's not difficult to run a business that foeces its customers to buy their shit or go to prison. says:

        They don’t even fo that, for the most part it’s not even news, it’s celebrity gossip, another part is false science, fake history and quack sociology, and the rest of it is just lies.

        I forgot the bit about promoting gayers, pervs, weirdos and freaks, employing them in droves and then wringing their hands and whining when it turns out that deviant people do deviant things. Oh, and the constant, 24/7 meme of why socialism is best and Labour can do no wrong,

        Burn it down, along with the champagne bottles that litter the corridors.


        • 186
          Jimmy Savile - BBC Host says:

          I do not agree. The BBC looked after me for decades and I made a lot of money for them.


    • 109
      The Growler says:

      It is nearly 60 since the Beeb started a news magazine program “Tonight” presenters were Cliff Mitchelmore and someone who became a Con MP, one Jeffery Johnson Smith who later also became a Tory minister, you young lads will not remember that, except possibilty Old Pusscat


      • 147
        Polly Elwes has left the building says:

        I remember there was that whiskery Scottish guy – I always thought he was a bit bananas.


        • 161
          non taxable pikey says:

          Fyfe Robertson. A bit? Totally bananas but likeable. Before the Monstrous Regiment took over, Fyfe’s hair blew around in the breeze which is more than can be said for today’s plastic Barbies. I’m sure it’s super glue not hairspray.


        • 168
          inside out says:

          Fife Robertson very entertaining.


      • 356
        bergen says:

        Another Great on Tonight was Alan Whicker. Compare and contrast that team with the “enriched” assortment we have to endure from the BBC now.


    • 142
      Wah wah pedal says:



    • 474
      Scrap the licence fee says:

      The BBC bias is not just in the news though.

      It’s in their current affairs programmes;
      their chat shows;
      their documentaries;
      their dramas;
      their comedies;

      The bias is in every possible place it possibly could be.


  6. 12
    Jimmy Savile says:

    You’ll not find me in this.


  7. 13
    Mr G Glitter says:

    Was Carole Kasir murdered to cover up Cyril Smith’s sex ring?: http://dailym.ai/1r5RgmP


    • 16

      If so she deserved it, she must have been part of the cover up .


      • 26
        Lord Owen Jones of the Cottage says:

        The most often heard sound within the British establishment is that of ranks closing.


        • 80
          Ironic he's called Brittan, he's a Lithuanian Joo says:

          I only buggered a few, honest. Those photos MI6 have of me in silk stockings and suspenders, rayping orphans, well, er, I, er, I can explain.

          Don’t expect this investigation to go too far. If it did, it would reveal Maggie as the complicit witch she was, and we can’t have that, can we?

          100 year D notices please.


          • The two Muppets says:

            Are you on something ?


          • The Growler says:

            T M, quite probably, I am suprised it has got past Moddy Botty it leaves the two Fawkeses open to being sued having it published on a public access blog


          • M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

            They can only be sued if they are asked to take it down and they refuse.

            BW using a sockpuppet is another matter….


    • 28
      Zodiac says:

      Is that the same same Carole Kasir that ran a chicken house and pimped her own son to her guests.


      • 36
        Nick Clegg says:



        • 43
          Anonymous says:

          Most of those bubbles are spunk bubbles if the LibDems have anything to do with it.


          • Lord Owen Jones Of The Cottage says:

            Another was Sir Peter Hayman, Britain’s former High Commissioner in Canada.


          • Mr G Glitter says:

            Sir Peter Telford Hayman KCMG, CVO, MBE (died 9 April 1992) was a British diplomat, intelligence operative, and p*edophile.


        • 450
          Ever Hopeful says:

          I fervently wish the bubble would burst. But this mess is within Parliament and therefore all the apparatus exists to make it go away. Perhaps Government are afraid that this filthy business would banish all credibility in the system and only harsh measures and real sentences would suffice.

          You know MPs stick together like shit to a blanket irrespective of party. The only genuine emotion they have toward the electorate is contempt.


    • 92
      Anonymous says:

      This site’s strangely quiet on the Tory paedo front.

      Never mind, I’m sure they can find a photo of Ed eating a pasty in Greggs.


    • 166
      non taxable pikey says:

      Carole Kasir was diabetic but had been injecting herself for years so she knew how to do it properly. Suddenly she overdoses… hmmm.


  8. 14

    60 years of promoting Labour and left wing terror groups. Oh and 60 years of supporting child molesters.


    • 189
      Peter Titch Tatchel of Stonewall says:

      Yes and of course they protected us for decades when it was illegal to be so.
      Ben Britten was our hero and still the BBC laud him.


  9. 18
    Shock Horror. Britain is full of Whities says:

    Watching the Le TDF must be a shock for Londoners and Lefty Luvvies. The population of Britain is hideously white. Hundreds of thousands of white coloured locals lining the streets. It must seem like a different country to them.


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    Disgusted of Neasden says:

    I remember a radio sketch some years back; a spoof retrospective with the theme: “The BBC salutes the BBC”.

    Life is still imitating art …


  12. 29
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    132 MP have called for an inquiry into the lost Leon Brittan saga, why only 132? That’s a very worrying amount , all of them should want it.


  13. 32
    The Balls bounces both ways says:


    • 111
      Ed Balls watch out when my nose grows pinnoccio style says:

      No I didn’t, I never said that, in fact I have never lied.


      • 144
        Harridan Harmanhater says:

        Ed was right to say it is stupid’ to rule out a EU referendum and right to say it is ‘silly’ to promise a EU referendum.


        • 454
          Oilman says:

          Ed’s just following current political practices i.e. do not be caught out with a firm opinion on anything.


      • 170
        non taxable pikey says:

        Ed don’t try and run before you can walk and whatever you do don’t drive.


        • 200
          Yvette Balls nay Cooper says:

          My husband can drive but he can’t park or turn corners – oh wait he is good at U bends and roundabouts.


  14. 33
    • 140

      I think one would need to open an investigation.

      The inference you draw could be sourced from a hostile spin source. Someone could start a similar scurrilous rumour about your good self – and then sit back and watch you attempt to defend yourself.

      Saying that – I do not trust Vaz at all. But there is a big difference between not liking a guys politics and PR style, and assuming that because he was working in Richmond legal around the time of the K’ings and Q’ueens parties that he had any involvement or knowledge beyond what was being covered in the NOTW at the time.

      Innocent until proven guilty but a full investigation is needed. What is odd about Richmond – last time I looked it appeared that the social services records had been destroyed. If they are still not located, then that is odd – but nothing to do with Vaz.

      H’arman / H’ewitt / D’romey on the other hand: They need to be hanged out to dry.

      Vote UKIP :-D


      • 203
        Arthur Scargill - living the life says:

        I like Keith Vaz and he supported me in my quests as Miner’s Union boss, and I have the photos to prove it.


        • 339
          I'm actually ejaculating as you read this message says:

          Vaz’s sister is an MP now. There’s no law against that.

          There is no law against the children of politicians being MPs.

          There is no law against lawyers becoming MPs.

          Imagine what the place would be like if nepotism was illegal.


      • 241

        I do not doubt that.

        Vote UKIP :-D


  15. 34
    The BBC is shit says:

    The BBC news departments undeserved title of being the most trusted news source makes me laugh.
    Most trusted to always be pushing some bastards(often their own) agenda more like.
    Ordinary people of course just hear or see the news not asking why a particular story is making the headlines over that of another story.
    Another story which as it happens would probably be more relevant to them as licence fee payers.
    The Syrian and Ukrainian ‘back the rebels’ angle is the latest example of the BBC pushing some buggers agenda.


    • 39
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      Agreed, the BBC is biased news reporting at its very best… or is that worst?
      I’ll let you decide.


    • 81
      A flower that blooms tra la la says:

      BBC so called news reporters, legends on their own news channel.


      • 83
        Cinna says:

        Here’s a piece of local news:

        A disabled woman in a wheelchair was punched in the face by a man who tried to steal her handbag.

        At 5.25pm on Wednesday 2 July 2014, the 55-year-old woman was on Long Street, Middleton, having been shopping in the town, when the thief approached her and grabbed hold of her handbag.

        She refused to let go and was punched twice to the side of her head.

        The offender… is described as having olive skin, aged in his early 40s, about 5ft 7in tall, of muscular build and who had an Eastern European accent and was wearing a black hooded top and blue jeans.

        He ran off towards the town centre after someone who was standing outside the nearby Olde Boar’s Head pub shouted at him. This person left the area in a taxi prior to police attendance and officers are trying to locate them.

        Detective Constable Mark Green, said: “This individual really is the lowest of the low. He is a coward and a scoundrel.

        “To deliberately target and strike a person in a wheelchair is beyond comprehension for anyone with a moral compass”.


        • 96
          BBC version says:

          An immigrant who appeared to be lonely and hungry tried to attract the attention of a local woman. Unable to understand English, he thought a man who came out of a public house was going to do him harm. Confused, he ran off.


          • BBC Lefty Lies Agenda says:

            A homeless man on the streets of modern Britain who due to being disadvantaged had difficulty speaking English tried to help an old lady in a wheelchair, but became frightened and stumbled off when shouted at by a drunken white bigot coming out of a pub.


    • 428
      The Growler says:

      When you see Fawkesy attacking the Beeb you have to remember that he is working for the Master who is particulaily grieved that Maggie would not sell the Beeb off to him for peanuts. So Fawkey, would you say Sky News is a totally balanced and even handed news service? You are part of the organisation now, so you, for better or worse are complicit with anything that goes wrong there since you joined after leaving Dirty Des’s Sunday Star.


      • 447
        M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

        This blog has been consistently critical of the BBC since day 1 so that bollockeses your wishful thinking.


  16. 40
    cynthia says:

    Frank Bough never did need much to get him up in the morning.


  17. 42
    ancientpopeye says:

    Was it year 2 that they swerved to the left and introduced bias?


    • 116
      The Growler says:

      Do you know why Fawkesy drives on the right side of the road, well when he was learning to drive he wouldn’t drive on the left side of road because he said it was too left wing.


  18. 56
    Mr R Harris says:

    Fred West ring a bell? To name one of many.


  19. 57
    HenryV says:

    On the rare occasions I go to the BBC news channel it isn’t many seconds before the red colour scheme and all it infers really begins to annoy me. It is blatant and offensive. The neutral colour schemes of years gone by may have been a bit bland but at least there was an attempt to hide the bias.


  20. 62

    Been license free for over 5 years now so I suggest you do the same, the buggers ain’t getting any of my money.

    All the help you need can be found here: http://www.tvlicenceresistance.info/forum/


    • 119
      The Growler says:

      If I am still alive in 6.25 years I may get a free licence unless Gideon knocks into touch, remember pensioners vote


      • 206
        BBC - Bring Back Communism says:

        We will have had the law changed by then so only over 85’s get free license.
        See you at the mortuary.


  21. 64
    StevieBC says:

    The BBC is a bit like Guido Fawkes : used to be good… :(


    • 70
      Yvette Pooper says:

      I will lead Labour to victory in 2020. Warts and all.































    • 123
      The Growler says:

      Ooooo Stevie babes, that is a bit of a cutting remark, but you must remember Geedes has to bow to the Masters direction or he loses his column on the SS, a nice little earner.


  22. 65
  23. 71
    HandyCock @priory says:

    Why was the Norfolk presenter not wearing a smock and straw hat?


  24. 76
    HandyCock @priory says:

    why was there nothing from Scotland or Wales or NI? Is it the English Broad-casting Corporation?


  25. 78
    What to do says:


  26. 84
    ERIC PICKLES says:

    59 years too long if you ask me ,
    No doubt several million quids of our money will be used on a grand piss up and bonus pay outs by the Patton led parasites that run it


  27. 87
    Wagging the dog says:

    An example of how the BBC tail wags the dog
    Week one:
    Growing crisis in Shitistan
    Week two:
    Shitistan Shitistan Shitistan.
    Week Three:
    ‘Somebody’ demands the government intervene in Shitistan.
    Week four:
    The PM refuses to get involved in Shitistan.
    Week five:
    Shitistan shitistan shitistan.
    Week six:
    Britain sends troops to Shitistan.
    Week seven:
    Britains involvement in Shitistan has turned into shit is the PM to blame?
    Opposition demand a full enquiry.
    Week six:
    There is a growing crisis in the Peoples republic of Shitland.


    • 115
      Neil Down says:

      We can hardly send troops to Tower Hamlets.


      • 128
        The Growler says:

        That didn’t stop the Torwies in the past.


      • 177
        non taxable pikey says:

        Give me a week in charge and see what happens. Tanks, napalm, the whole 9 yards as our American cousins say. When you come across a nest of vipers you clean it out.


  28. 88
    Cinna says:

    Another charity freebooter:

    The Halo Trust said there had been a “serious deterioration” in relations between Guy Willoughby and the board, and it had decided to suspend him.

    The trust reviewed his role after the Sunday Telegraph printed details of his £220,000 a year pay package in January.

    £220,000! That’s taking the p*iss.


    • 93
      Pisstaking for pleasure says:

      Maybe his halo slipped and was choking him.


    • 461
      inside out says:

      Another charitable NGO run for the executives.On a par with Greenpeace executive saving the planet by private jet.


  29. 89
    British Labour Broadcasting Corporation says:

    And 40 years of pro-Labour bias.


  30. 99
    60 years of excuses for kleptocrats says:

    President Robert Mugabe has declared that no white person will be allowed to own land except for companies as stipulated in the laws of the country.

    Mugabe said Wednesday while launching the Model A1 Settlement Permit at Chipfundi Farm Lions’ Den in Mashonaland West.

    “They can own industries and companies or stay in apartments in our towns but cannot own land. We hear in some cases they are being protected by cabinet ministers and politicians within their constituencies. We will deal with that,” said Mugabe.

    “One of the major objectives of the liberation struggle was to evict the white settlers from the land since they had the option of going back to their countries of origin,” he said. – See more at: http://bulawayo24.com/index-id-news-sc-national-byo-49953.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Feed: Bulawayo24News (Bulawayo24 News)#sthash.mrRtJZyR.dpuf


  31. 103
    Rolf's 300lb black cellmate says:

    Can you see what it is yet?


  32. 107
    John Bellingham says:

    The BBC, like the NHS, is the envy of the world!



  33. 113
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Sixty years and what have we ended up with. Left wing bias, Nick Robinson, Norman Smith, the rest are John Lewis rejects, £100 million wasted on a failed computer system, covering up perverts, twats as DG’s – jobs for the boys, crap programmes, more repeats than John Prescott with indegestion, etc. The list goes on and on.

    Liked by 1 person

    • 129
      The Growler says:

      How much has IDS managed to lose on his glorious projects

      Liked by 1 person

    • 174
      New Puritan says:

      Nick Robinson’s a Tory. Chaired the Tory party branch at uni.


      • 179
        We were young and Tories once says:

        He doesn’t act like one .He exhibits the usual pro-Labour bias demanded by the BBC of all their political correspondents if they wish to rise within the Corporation


      • 333
        Ancient seafarer says:

        Not really. He is more like that other sort the “Lavatory”. Further comment is superfluous.


      • 343
        I'm actually ejaculating as you read this message says:

        The Tory party is a left wing party like Labour and the LibDems.
        The usual bias is left-wing, the party and particular flavourof leftyness concerned is fairly irrelevant.


  34. 120

    One of our 13lb guns is rumoured to have fired the first round at the Somme…

    Just Sayin’

    Vote UKIP :-D


    • 130
      The Growler says:

      I saw that programme last night about the American machine guns open for licensing the Maxim Germany was producing them @ a rate of 500 per month before the war, the UK made 500 in the 6 months to December and our donkeys wanted our Lions to go over the top of the trench and advance to face the onslaught of Maxim machine guns. We will now start to see papers released in conection with WW1


      • 139
        Cinna says:

        I saw that too. A Sceptic comes over her, sets up shop in London, invents the machine gun which he duly licenses to the Germans after we had given him a knighthood. You couldn’t make it up.


    • 155
      Gooey Blob says:

      Trouble is, if you vote Ukip you get Labour. That’s Ed Balls running the economy. Most of us would sooner have George looking after the finances, despite his faults.


  35. 122
    Anonymous says:

    Bloated and hoping for a Labour Government. Roll on the next license fix.


  36. 132
    Past & Present EKFs says:

    132 MPs want an enquiry into “establishment kiddy fiddlers” that leaves 518 who are either indifferent or different.

    We need to see a list of the 132 and we need to target the remainder – this “cover-up” is an election game-changer following the Saville, Harris and Clifford trials.

    Liked by 1 person

  37. 133
    gildedtumbril says:

    60 years of shite.
    Propaganda financed by extortion. Many young women in jail for lack of TV TAX license.


    • 138
      Roma Bert. says:

      I have to agree…….. :)

      Also, I f8cking hate the radio phone-ins on BBC5 Live !!


      • 334
        Ancient seafarer says:

        Hey Dumbo, the off switch is over there >>>>>>>

        Give it a try, you never know…..


  38. 135
    They're all mad I tell you says:

    Osborne has failed to write budgets balancing expenditure with revenue just like the Labour chancellors before him. What exactly is a “budget” for if they just spend what they like and hope that future growth, money printing and mass immigration will cover even more borrowing.


  39. 136

    Another one-sided Wimbledon ladies’ singles final. Women’s tennis needs improving. It’s kilometres behind the mens’ game at present.


    • 137
      Cinna says:

      The sisterhood of perpetual whiners won’t like you drawing attention to the fact that the women’s game is not as entertaining as the men’s.


      • 335
        Ancient seafarer says:

        … and not a thing will change until a rule is brought in saying that no female competitor over the height of 5’9″ in her socks will be permitted to participate.

        You have to get these freakish Amazons out of the game to make it more interesting.

        The Amazons can hold their own separate competitions elsewhere.


    • 141
      Diane Abbopotamus says:

      It was lovely seeing the ‘all white’ rule was in force. Oh, wait…


  40. 143
    Sir John Reith says:

    My closet homosexuality made the BBC what it is today!


  41. 145
    Chuka ( you can call me Harrison ) Urmunneyaround says:


    • 149
      Chuka ( you can call me Harrison ) Urmunneyaround says:

      I am a lying man for my Party
      And I drive people wild
      Searchin’ in the shops for another overcoat

      I hear you singin’ in the wire
      I can hear Rachel Reeves’ whine
      And the Wichita Lying man is still on the line

      I know I need a small vacation
      And Ibiza don’t look like rain
      And if it snows that stretch
      Down South won’t ever stand the strain

      And I need more votes than want you
      Will you vote for me next time
      And the Wichita Lyingman is still on the line

      And I need more votes than want you
      Will you vote for me next time
      But the Wichita Lyingman is still on the line


  42. 152
    Anonymous says:


  43. 153
    Heir-peace says:

    The BBC – in its bloated current guise – is over. People do not watch television the way they once did. BBC radio is not what it once was and commercial stations such as Classic FM and LBC have proven that quality radio is achievable without licence fee backing. The public won’t tolerate £145 a year tax much longer and technology now offers a way to view content without having to pay. If the BBC makes it to 2020 I’d be surprised.


    • 164
      Anonymous says:

      The MSM in all its forms – the chicken has had its head cut off and is flapping around the farmyard, sooner or later it will fall over dead.


      • 173
        The emperor's new chicken says:

        You only though I had a head, all these years.


      • 285
        Heir-peace says:

        Indeed, although people have the choice to pay for newspapers and satellite tv whereas they don’t where the licence fee is concerned. I would’ve thought Murdoch’s people would’ve launched a service in which a licence wasn’t required, but people could utilise catch-up services (or however they’re termed).

        The BBC is v. unpopular as is the licence fee – someone needs to capitalise on this.


        • 337
          Ancient seafarer says:

          People should have the guts to just stop paying then. Lots of free advice on the net on how to go about it – including the little vid ^^^ up there earlier.

          They can’t jail us all and if the one million folk whose licence is due for renewal this month just failed to turn up and buy one, then the whole system will start to creak and sway. Similarly the next million due in August and so on into the future. In just 12 months there will be 30-40 million people in the country without a BBC licence. If you don’t take practical action you will be paying for it until you die – even if you never listen to/watch any of it ever again. It worked in the Antipodes, where there no longer a telly tax, so it can also work here.

          Don’t get up off your arses and pay – just stay sitting comfortably on your settee in front of the goggle box while you ponder what to spend that extra 150 quid you suddenly have in your pocket..


  44. 167
    TreeDTV says:


  45. 181
    Better Banning Commercials says:

    While accusing the BBC of lies, bias and distortion…what do you think all those commercials are about? Truth, neutrality and straightness? Most people dislike the interruption of commercials and avoid them as far as possible.

    The aim should be to make a better BBC.

    One way would be to allow each of us to spend say 10% of our licence fee on programme making. This could easily be achieved in the modern computer age. We would each be given a pin number. There would be a website where people could put up their programme ideas (after some basic standards vetting to ensure they actually have the expertise to deliver at an acceptable standard). The programme makers would be allowed say 1000 words to describe their idea. Then if we liked a programme idea, we could apply our pin number to it. The programmes could be organised by subject.

    Each idea would come with a price tag. If they attract that amount of money, the programme can go ahead. Money release would be audited to avoid fraud.

    The executive board of the BBC could also be appointed by vote of the licence payer in the same way.


    • 188
      BBC just dreams says:

      When you return to earth, just leave a comment on this blog, we’ll reply after we’ve stopped pissing ourselves laughing.


      • 211
        Better Banning Commercials says:

        You’re saying it’s impractical ? Why? How about using evidence and reasoning rather than humourless childish dismissal?


    • 209
      concrete pump says:

      You should probably run that past the rest of your 6th form media studies group.

      Just to make sure….


      • 214
        Better Banning Commercials says:

        If you have a criticism of the proposal, why not give it instead of trying some pathetic species of humour?

        Maybe you didn’t criticise the proposal because you can see it is an eminently practical way of ensuring the nation gets the programmes it wants and that conflicts with your ideological objection to the licence fee.


    • 215
      Your consumer vote counts says:

      “One way would be to allow each of us to spend say 10% of our licence fee on programme making.”

      Are interesting idea, but Pay Per View would be better. The BBC present a schedule of stuff for us to watch; if we watch it, the BBC gets money. If we don’t, the BBC gets SFA and learns not to make crap no one wants to watch.

      My guess – and it’s just a guess – is their programming would remain pretty much the same, but BBC News would be utterly fucked.


      • 217
        Your consumer vote counts says:

        “AN interesting idea”. Oh for an edit button..


        • 340
          Ancient seafarer says:

          You already have one. It is called “checking over what you wrote before rushing into print”. The other one is called “Preview” and is found alongside the one marked “Submit”.

          There, that wasn’t too difficult now was it?


          • The Admiral says:

            Bit sarcastic wasn’t it? He had a valid point and your contribution was… Yes, a waste of pixels.


      • 460
        Better Banning Commercials says:

        Pay Per View might be another way of allowing licence payers to influence content. However, I think you would end up with more of the same – so we’d have Question Time in the same format led by David Dimbleby for the nth decade. If you took my approach maybe someone would come up with a different format for a public participation debate programme – and maybe one that didn’t always deliver a left liberal audience, but one more reflective of opinion in the general public.


    • 239
      milk monitor says:

      Make a better BBC by privatising it, and letting it compete like everyone else, instead of distorting the market, and distorting the public discourse with its continuous stream of far left social engineering big lie politics.

      It is already a massive commercial enterprise, which it was never supposed to be… filling shops with Dr Poo merchandise; and exporting programmes all over the world.
      Privatisation would not harm it at all, but it would purge all the propaganda shit out of it.

      Why, in the 21st century, anyone should need such thing as a “licence” to watch TV is beyond reason. Licences are to control things for public safety like firearms and dangerous dogs, not to be state aid and vehicles for brainwashing and political propaganda thinly disguised as comedy or documentary or news even.

      It’s a fucking joke and a disgrace and a total anachronism from the 20th century.

      BBC – Bolshevik Brainwashing Commissariat – leecher! leave our kids alone!


      • 245
        I've decided says:

        I’m no longer paying a licence fee to an organisation that
        for decades has employed,facilitated and covered up for
        child abusers.


        • 319
          Better Banning Commercials says:

          And on that basis you’re also not going to watch ITV then?


          • I'm actually ejaculating as you read this message says:

            Who watches telly any more? Who uses a landline for anything other than internet?!

            It’s the 21st century ffs, get a big monitor computer and watch what YOU want on the net; not what THEY want on a poxy programming schedule.

            TV is the past; the licence fee tax is the past… Leave TV troglodytes behind.


      • 268
        Sod the BBC says:

        The BBC has been bought and paid for by the EUSSR, just like the politicians, we should be asking why the BBC needed those soft loans from the EU, when it gets billions forcibly from the people of Britain, why does it need to broadcast to so many countries, it’s just a crappy little Broadcast company who hasn’t had any decent programmes for at least 20 years, time it was split up sold off.


      • 289
        Heir-peace says:

        The licence fee is time expired everyone knows this, but some just won’t accept it. The BBC’s coffin is almost nailed shut: Saville was probably the last nail but one it really is a matter of months not years until it has to fundamentally change.


    • 290
      Heir-peace says:

      You’re off your fucking tits good fellow.


  46. 182
    Anonymous says:

    4000 people left the UK last month for a life overseas. Good luck to them all.


    • 194
      Anonymous says:

      208,000 passports were handed out to newcomers in the last year. Just in time for the EU elections.


      • 213
        A Tory spokesmong says:

        Celebrate the diversity moving forwards.


        • 236
          milk monitor says:

          Celebrate the next English Civil War


          • Ancient seafarer says:

            The way things are going it looks like being between the already here incomers, the Caribbeans and the later incoming Asian and other world type dross. The good white folk of olde England can sit in the pub garden and watch it all go by. We can then discuss the future with whoever is left to talk to.


  47. 192
    NO SEATS NIGEL says:


    GET LABOUR……….


    • 196
      Fixed it for you says:


      GET LABOUR…….


    • 201
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      Vote for who you want, you will still get Liebour, it’s the way the voting is stacked, the deadbeats and the brainwashed will always vote for them, wouldn’t matter what they did, so long as the benefits keep coming in.


    • 210
      Makes no difference. says:

      Suits me.

      The Tories are the same as Labour – completely fucking crap.


    • 256
      anon says:

      vote labour

      get giro


    • 277
      Death to all Fanatics!! says:

      I used to vote for the party you shill for, as did millions of other decent people.

      Then I realised your party is run by Quislings.

      Never again.

      Fuck off.


  48. 202
    Anonymous says:

    Guido bullying Ruffley.


  49. 207
    M(.)rningt(.)n Crescent says:

    Ah, Kenneth Kendall. He was a p00f, wasn’t he?

    And yet…

    He didn’t go around shoving his sexuality in our faces. He didn’t yell “h0m0phobe!” at every opportunity. He didn’t prance down the Hight Street on “Pride” day, dressed only in nipple tassles and a pink thong.

    He didn’t need to.

    He had genuine talent – and proved it in his newscasting, journalism and, later, as an excellent presenter of ‘lite’ television.

    There’s a lesson in there somewhere for all these ‘aggressive’, rights-obsessed p00fs. Bless you, Kenneth.


    • 212

      Rock Fucking Hudson was a shirt lifter.

      All your heroes are there just waiting to be dashed to pieces.

      Will we find out that in the end, only Gordon Brown was a proper Alpha Male? No! :-)

      Vote UKIP :-D


      • 216
        Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, says:

        Hear ! Hear !


        • 221
          The Witless Mong in Number 10 says:

          I’m going to jolly well export gay marriage to your new Caliphate, inshallah!

          Jolly spiffing idea, eh, what what? Jolly spiffing diversity.

          PS: could I interest you in some foreign aid? By cutting services in Britain, I’ve got £11 billion a year to spunk away on third-world shit-holes, and that’s jolly difficult, I can tell you! 11 billion is a very big number. Bigger than a hundred, I should think. I nearly counted to 100 once, and it was bally hard, I can tell you!


      • 224
        river says:

        How did AIDS get into America. UP the Hudson.


  50. 218
    Herr Uber says:

    Another Uber taxi for David Cameron please.

    Opinium/Observer poll LAB 35% CON 29% UKIP 18% LDEM 7%


  51. 220
    Leon has hid the dossier says:

    why are “comments off” on the leon britain statment anybody ???


  52. 226
    3,343,378 Babies? I ssuppose the law of averages means that there is at least one reject says:


  53. 229
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:



    • 231
      Anonymous says:

      Ah, back to three-party politics.

      Bye-bye Clegg.


    • 238
      Viperous Old Vince says:


    • 322
      Oh Dear You Called It Wrong Ghee Dough says:

      Oh dear, GF won’t be pleased. That wasn’t supposed to happen. A 6 point lead by a mercilessly parodied bacon-sandwich plonker. How did that occur???

      Hmmm…maybe the 25% reduction in real living standards for the vast bulk of British people over the last 5 years has something to do with it. And the 50% increase in real living standards of a small irresponsible minority.


      • 403
        mr micawber says:

        Of course, nothing to do with McMoron’s insane borrowing just to buy votes. Perhaps we really should go down the road of M.Hollander’s France into economic oblivion, if just to teach a knob like you the realities of life.


  54. 232
    milk monitor says:

    Ban the BBC. Chop it up, sell it off in little bits like strings of sausages.
    Sell it off to FOX news, and strangle the Guardian and Far Left Press along with it.

    Kill the Licence Fee BBC Tax, and don’t let the fuckers dare sneak it in inside some other tax. The Licence Fee Tax is worse than the DFID budget.

    The dirty lefty fascist propagandist socialist social engineering immigrant-loving deviant-loving paedo-harbouring scum.


  55. 233
    milk monitor says:

    Ban the BBC. Chop it up, sell it off in little bits like strings of sausages.
    Sell it off to FOX news, and strangle the Guardian and Far Left Press along with it.

    Kill the Licence Fee BBC Tax, and don’t let the fuckers dare sneak it in inside some other tax. The Licence Fee Tax is worse than the DFID budget.

    The dirty lefty fascist propagandist socialist social engineering immigrant-loving deviant-loving peeeedo-harbouring scum.


    • 271
      Anonymous says:

      Break it up. Beat up the lefties. Sell it off.


      • 336
        I'm actually ejaculating as you read this message says:

        More fun to make lefties beat each other up, under the threat of being forced to live in one of the immigrant infested shitholes they created, and for their children to have to go to school with ‘em.


  56. 237
    Gambling and beheadings says:


  57. 243
    Napoleon complex - He's not Happy says:

    Criticising someone’s height should be socially unacceptable, says John Bercow



    • 249
      Joss Ayinglike says:

      Suffers from SMS – Small Man Syndrome. What an unmitigated disaster he’s been since Labour ensured that he got the Speaker’s job.

      *innocent face*


    • 253
      anon says:

      the shortarse should feckin grow up


    • 264
      Anonymous says:

      The problem is with his arse – it’s not far enough off the ground.


    • 266
      Duncan Shite is the Napoleon complex referred to not shorty says:

      Personality discription and frustration to describe an utter oddball ruling by whims in the DWP.


    • 292
      Tall Bloke says:

      Fuck Off Shorty.


  58. 246
    Viperous Old Vince says:



  59. 259
    Cover up says:


  60. 260
    Sepp Blatter says:



  61. 261
    What does Clegg know? says:


  62. 263
    Anonymous says:

    “If football is the most important thing in your life – Think again.”


    • 457
      Anonymous says:

      What are you on about? It’s a stupid game played by overpaid morons supported by violent scum. If you treat it seriously you empower them.
      Bread and circuses.

      I can just about understand the appeal to schemie kids; it represents an opportunity for them to gain inconceivable riches otherwise completely unattainable to the uneducable, but what intelligent people see in it I have no idea.


  63. 265
    Nonce cover up says:


  64. 267
    StevieBC says:

    Yes indeed EYBW – was rather bemused that a globally despised, and thoroughly discredited organisation like FIFA, [allegedly ;) ], felt it has any moral authority to tell anyone, anywhere how to behave.

    Blatter either has dementia, or is just desperate for any positive PR.

    I was hoping that one of the captains who had to read out the FIFA statement to the stadium crowd – could have voluntarily added;
    “…and FIFA, say no to corruption !”


  65. 272
    oioi says:


  66. 274
    Derry Cocksporn (LibDem) says:


  67. 275
    oioi says:

    Not too sure how the BBC paper review can dodge the subject now? They did yesterday, so it’s possible.


  68. 276

    @BW: Oops

    Vote UKIP :-D


  69. 279
    Gordon Brown says:

    Tomorrow I will be demonstrating various fart cupping techniques

    If you would like to be cupped by a sunday lunch special please be ring a round the. roses


    • 284
      Charlie Steamer says:

      If I am goong for a day of fart cupping I go for the 5 pound beef and cheese Buritto

      You can’t beat a day’s cupping at a steam festival or cupping the captain in a damp canal tunnel


  70. 280
    Anonymous says:

    Front page of the Sunday Times doing the rounds yet?


  71. 286
    Monday Club says:


  72. 287
    Elm Guest House visitor list says:


    • 294
      Sherlock says:

      Look closely, other names on that list…

      Cyril Smith
      Harvey Proctor
      Jess Conrad
      Cliff Richard with ‘Gladys’
      Peter Bottomley


    • 296
      Cinna says:

      Who is “Gladys”?


    • 303
      Let there be light says:


      • 321

        I seem to remember that at the time he was also being reviled by the anti racist gang .


        • 344
          WoRaft Chihuahua says:

          His obituary in the Independent:.

          “the Labour MP Greville Janner launched a highly successful, if decorously cloaked, accusation of anti-Semitism.”


          • Loonfinder General says:

            Not from the Independent, but from David Icke.com. A big clue was the fact that Janner isn’t dead yet.


      • 346
        Heracles says:

        This filth has been festering long enough and the corruption it has produced affects the whole country. Name and shame the bloody lot of them, drag them kicking and screaming into the light. It is long past the time that an Augean Stables clean up happened. Dickens was an honourable, decent man, his work needs to be brought to a satisfactory conclusion.


    • 325
      Monday, Monday... says:

      Looks a bit right wing this list…just sayin’ since none of you right wing pro-racist anti-Abbot Monday Club types seem to be picking up on this theme, despite your enthusiasm for the subject.

      I just checked out Peter Bottomley on Wikipedia – I always thought of him as a left wing Tory but find to my surprise he was indeed a member of the Monday club for many years.

      So not inaccurate from that point of view at least.

      This is all getting out of hand and probably best we have a proper inquiry to sort out the facts. You can’t have a situation where the Home Office – alleged guardian of the law – decides to shred files of that nature.


      • 326
        Tachybaptus says:

        For heaven’s sake, you believe there could be a proper enquiry? Wake up and smell the corspe.


        • 329
          Monday,Monday says:

          A proper inquiry? Er – no…not until someone is allowed to use the F Word. Even here, you’ll rarely hear mention of the F Word, despite the fact that anyone who knows anything about UK power networks knows it is still extremely important.

          Believe me, I know. I’ve heard from politicians who were invited to join the F network but declined..they don’t underestimate how important it is.


      • 359
        bergen says:

        A proper inquiry ? ie either Hutton (whitewash) or Chilcot (supressed).


    • 374
      A explanation please, Mr Adams says:

      Sinn Fein?


  73. 291
    Silent Bob says:
  74. 293
    Dry Clean Only says:


  75. 297
    Anonymous says:


  76. 298
    The DT's Andrew Gilligan attempts the ultimate in appeasement says:

    ‘Paedophilia is natural and normal for males’



    • 459
      Miss Information says:

      Come on now, don’t treat us like fools.

      Gilligan did not say/write the above quote.

      The journalist gave a balanced – if disturbing – report.

      …but you wouldn’t know that would you – because you didn’t read the article – only the headline.

      Take your nonsense elsewhere.


  77. 302
    Derry Cocksporn (LibDem) says:

    Another dodgy LibDem Councillor, only this time it’s Taxpayers’ money he’s been fiddling with.


  78. 309
    The DM says:

    MP who handed VIP paedophile dossier to Leon Brittan was on triple killer’s hit list



  79. 312
    The British media are cunts says:

    What an utter utter utter fucking cesspit of pervs, poofs and nonces we have running the country.

    You begin to wonder if any of them are fucking normal.


    • 327
      Tachybaptus says:

      ‘Normal’ here means a predatory rapist. I think you mean ‘decent’, a completely different thing.


  80. 314
    Mad,mozzie Medievalist says:


    • 328
      No Dhimmi Me says:

      Did anyone see the reviewers on Sky News – both followers of the Great Mo I think – telling us this guy was a joke figure and nothing to be worried about? Hmmmm.


    • 364
      Sue Denim says:

      Tony Blair’s facial fur has come along a treat.


    • 378
      Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

      The only way to deal with these people is to kill them


    • 383
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      More false flag nonsense by the NeoCon warmongers.


      • 389
        Reality check says:

        Thanks for informing us what Icke’s view is….


        • 415
          Mr Assad says:

          The west would never ever fund muzzie fundamentalists directly or indirectly to carry out their regime changes in the Middle East or north Africa.

          No sir.


    • 435
      Query says:

      born to luxury and ease.
      born to poverty and hardship.

      what happened in the first 2 years.
      the forgotten years.

      the forgotten need help. they have money but are addicted to hardship.
      use their money to upgrade their life.

      a new mass market role of “lady in waiting” is emerging.
      cost…. how much.
      alternative, what?


  81. 330
    albacore says:

    You can’t get them even to scrap the licence fee
    Parliament pays no mind to any kind of plea
    They gave you no say on E U or migration
    Their incompetence defies sane explanation
    Expenses and kids, fiddled to their hearts’ content
    Forget the BBC. Get rid of Parliament


    • 388
      Tata for now says:

      How about moving Parliament to Coventry* ?


      *Coventry was twinned with Stalingrad during WWII – seems appropriate.


  82. 347
    Owen Jones says:

    The condescending disdain the chattering classes display towards the working class flows naturally from their own metropolitan narcissism.


  83. 348
    Name and shame the perverts says:

    Well well, police say the interviewed Leon Brittan last month over a “historical allegation of r*pe”. Is this the beginning? Are the political nonces who escaped justice finally going to be exposed?


    • 349
    • 350
      ???? says:

      Leon Brittan’s memory is improving as he gets older. From knowing nothing 12 months ago he now knows it was all the Civil Servant’s fault.


    • 351
      albacore says:

      They might chuck a few left-overs to their fate
      Just the ones that are well past their use-by date
      And haven’t stashed evidence to implicate
      The rest of the cesspit of our good and great


      • 354
        I didn't know that says:

        Allegedly Cliff Richard presently has a super injunction from the High Court preventing anyone naming him in connection with Elm Guest House – don’t worry Kitty your secret is safe on “Order Order”


    • 464
      Mycroft says:

      I’m sorry to tell you, but this is a Political ‘strawman’ and one that will run as it will divert many from the real issue.

      The reality is that this accusation is a front, it has plausible deniability or may even be proved (who knows) but it will serve the function of focusing on ‘normal’ (if a little predatory) sexual behaviour.

      That it a tactic that has worked before and because ‘the masses’ have been fed a bit of red meat they walk off satisfied.

      Be wary of such diversions.


  84. 352
    Leon Brittan says:

    These allegations are noncesense.


  85. 353
    Vote Dave? Get stuffed says:

    I fucking hate the BBC and all those metro-luvvies who think that anyone living outside London is living in Jingo Jingo land.


  86. 355
    Empty Bladder says:

    An eye watering amount of licence fee money over 60 years and it’s all been pissed away by tossers who look down on the people they take it from. Shut it down and give us the assets back you bastards.


  87. 358
    Boot out the Conservative led coalition in 2015 says:

    Millions of pensioners fall £4,500 short of meeting basic bills, heating & food needs in Tory Britain http://bit.ly/1sh3UBw


    • 362
      Vote Dave? Get stuffed says:

      Vote UKIP. It is the Liblabcon twats who have created Britain as it is today.


    • 366
      Private Member says:

      They smoked, drunk beer and voted Labour.

      Labour then pissed all the money away.

      So fuck them.


    • 382
      Reality check says:

      I know of at least two pensioners who were in this position but were subsequently found to have £10,000s in bank accounts they had simply forgotten about. Even when told about the money and told to go out and enjoy themselves they wouldn’t touch it??? Don’t ask me why, can’t work it out myself.


      • 396

        After labour and Brown finished with all of our pensions during the reign of terror that figure will be minuscule compare to what is coming down the line as a result.
        Incidentally Labour want to attack pensions agin if they get back in so the muppet on the top of this comment string should go look in a Fucking mirror and repeat ad infinitum it was Labour wot dun it. It was Labour that destroyed the best pension system in the world, it was Labour Britain that condemned these people to such a predicament.
        Yet still the idiots vote them back in for more.


    • 437
      Sod the BBC says:

      What did Liebour give the pensioners when they ruled the roost in their reign of terror 1997-2010, 10p to pensioners and stole £100 billion in 10 years from people who were putting money in their own pension pot, from ordinary workers to directors they took the money from , while the Liebour MPs looked after themselves, if they hadn’t touched the private pensions this country would have been out of the crap we are paying for now, bog off and go for the three greedy political parties.


  88. 361
    Nigel Farage says:

    Everyone knows drinking black coffee is racist, right?


  89. 363
    Prime Minister"Money's no object" Cameron says:

    Remember, today’s the day buses stop accepting cash. Won’t lie, I think this is a bad idea.


  90. 365
    The Ace of Spades says:


    • 456
      Fred the pensioner says:

      If I were to wear a posh ostentatious watch like that in Brixton, I’d be the target of every mugger within 1000 yards.


  91. 367
    Marr has potential this morning says:

    Marr going with the Brittan Story Big time…He has even got Norman doing the paper review,

    He’s also got Gove v Hunt later which should be entertaining…Mickey should win


    • 370
      FIGHT!! says:

      Ding Dong Fight on.

      The Horrible Helena Kennedy v Sir Norman

      Norman says we now have a culture war in the UK manifesting in Birmingham Schools, the silly woman behaving like an Ostrich won’t see it


  92. 368
    Matchstick Men says:

    The fat one’s up late today.


  93. 371
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:



  94. 372
    A Brazilian Rent Girl says:

    Please note that the butterfly is the insignia of female p*edophilia.
    For more Labour Party p*edophile scandals google “Labour25” .


  95. 373
    Oh no, we can't have that says:

    You can almost hear the intake of breath across the land this morning as Lord Tebbitt speaks plainly about immigration and the incompatibility of Islam on Marr’a show.
    Good man.


  96. 375
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:


    Can’t we get these guys to do the same to mosques in Britain :-)


  97. 376
    At the third stroke... says:

    Will H-a-rry wake up in time? It’s almost tomorrow already.


  98. 377
    Tristram Hunt, Shadow Education Minister, BBC Marr Show.. says:

    “…….countries like Singapore and Shanghai…….


  99. 380
    Rupee says:

    Come on you fuckers!

    Out of bed and get my page up or you’re fired.


  100. 384
    Labour imploding and ferrets in a sack says:

    New Red Ed crisis as MPs urge Alan Johnson to stand as ‘stalking horse’ for party leadership
    Labour MPs are urging former Home Secretary to run as a ‘stalking horse’
    Call for Alan Johnson to act for party leadership as opposition to Miliband
    The move comes after a week of mounting criticism in Miliband’s top team

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2681943/New-Red-Ed-crisis-MPs-urge-Alan-Johnson-stand-stalking-horse-party-leadership.html#ixzz36fxeNZWY
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook


  101. 386
  102. 405
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    Given the way that “celebrities” accused of child abuse and/or sexual assault have been paraded across the tabloids even before they have been charged I am struggling to understand the kid glove treatment being given to politicians.

    The MoS today carries a story of a Labour lord being accused of horrific child abuse yet he has not been arrested or even questioned by plod. The file presented by Geoffrey Dickens which carries allegations against politicians of all parties has seemingly been buried by the Home Office as part of a total of 114 similar files over a period of nearly 30 years.

    We need to get all this out in the open. Officials or MPs who participated in what increasingly appears to be a systematic cover-up need to be named and hauled in front of a court.


    • 411
      Publish and be Bankrupted says:

      Our host. Now that he is considered MSM will have had the Lawyers’ letters by now


    • 422
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      What is it about all these Peers?,
      Lords a leaping and all those Sirs,
      High court judges and secret hand shakes,
      Somebodies fixed it for ‘goodness’ sake!


  103. 407
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    “I have the right to be forgotten” (Google the EU).


  104. 409
    • 421
      Or perhaps says:

      Remember Dunblane and LORD Robertson, and a quick exit.

      Over to Paddy Power.


      • 468
        Kulak murdered by Marxist filth. says:

        Robinson was given the NATO job and kicked out of Britain because the Marxis Witch thought he was a threat to the husband.
        Which he was, being a competent head of NATO during a V difficult period. He got NATO to front up after 9/11


    • 424
      Or perhaps says:

      Which word is being moderated?

      Or perhaps says:
      Your com ment is awa iting m ode ration.
      July 6, 2014 at 10:26 am
      Remember Dun blane and LORD Rob ertso n, and his quick exit.

      Over to Pad dy Po wer.


  105. 413
    Kim Jong BBC says:

    Give us your hard earned cash or we’ll come round your house and fuck you up real good. Fuck us around and we’ll bang you up until you fucking bleed you fuckers.


  106. 416
    A Beeboid Dilema says:

    Will the BBC run with Norman’s words of Islamic WAR in Birmingham or will they quietly let it drop?


  107. 417
    Ignore Norman at OUR peril says:


  108. 420
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    On behalf of the Conservative led coalition ,I am sure that the entire country wishes Andy Murray the very best of luck this afternoon at Wimbledon.


    • 429
      Sod the BBC says:

      90% of the country have a life and sports, especially tennis, golf, cycling, football are not part of it.


      • 436
        BBC World of Filth says:



      • 439
        Anonymous says:

        You are quite wrong to lump football with the other sports. It is highly popular and followed throughout the year by many, unlike tennis which is only of comparable interest during Wimbledon fortnight and golf, when the Open is on.


        • 475
          zingo says:

          Football is played, not merely watched.
          There are Saturday games and Sunday leagues.
          People play 5-a-side after work or at lunch-times – from every niche in the social spectrum.


  109. 423
    Len McCluskey says:

    Incl Lincoln’s marginal Tory Karl McCartney > Cash from unidentifiable donors funnelled to Tories via private club http://gu.com/p/3qyta/tw

    The Tories really are taking the piss completely now.


    • 426
      Michael Gove says:

      The most transparent government ever blah blah blah… the greenest government ever blah blah blah… the NHS is safe in our hands blah blah blah…

      Anyone who falls for the next wave of lies wants his bumps feeling!


  110. 442
    Grant Shapps says:

    Tories are bankrolled by super rich and corporations to represent the interests of super rich and corporations.


  111. 443

    How long have Conservatives and Tories been the same?

    Some might have cause to argue otherwise… ;-)

    Vote UKIP :-D


  112. 455
    Transparent as a pint of Guiness says:

    From the Indy –

    Lord Janner gave written evidence to the Kirkwood inquiry which looked into wider failures within the care home system. Beck, one of Britain’s most notorious sex offenders, died of a heart attack in 1994 while playing badminton* at Whitemoor prison in Cambridgeshire.

    *It was actually shuttle cock.


  113. 463
    ExLabourSupporter(40yrs)andnowUKIPHeSay says:

    Lies, damn lies, statistics and the bbc…


  114. 466

    I was buggered by Saville and Rolf – money please


  115. 470
    Hugh Janus says:

    Biased. Broken. Corrupt.


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