July 16th, 2014

Cows Moo, Dogs Bark, Labour Deny Tax Increase

Harriet Harman has bitten, writing to David Cameron accusing him of lying about her tax rise comments on LBC:

Dear Prime Minister,

You claimed at Prime Minister’s Questions today that “yesterday Labour announced – in an important announcement – that it is now their policy to put up taxes on middle income people”. This is not true. It is a lie.

In fact, as you surely know, since your own party circulated a transcript later, I had made a straightforward defence of our system of progressive taxation – the idea that people on higher incomes should – and do – pay more in tax overall than people on lower incomes. The full quote is here:

“But I would say Henry one of the things that I would argue that might, should probably make a really big difference to you is having a really good health service. Because you don’t want to have to pay for health insurance. You don’t want to have to pay to go private to get really good healthcare system. And I think that is not just for working class people it’s for middle class people as well. And the same with education, you know, really good school system that helps people from lower income families and middle income families as well so I think that actually the idea that there are some things that help people on low incomes and other that help people on middle incomes. Yes I think people on middle incomes should contribute more through their taxes. But actually they need those public services like the transport system.”
Harriet Harman, LBC, 14 July 2014

It is utterly clear that this is not a call for higher taxes, but a defence of a system which has previously commanded wide support, in which people on middle incomes contribute more than people on lower incomes.

While the principle of progressive taxation has been undermined in recent years, by your Government’s decision to raise VAT and to cut the top rate of tax for the highest earners, even you had not seriously questioned it until today.

Our politics, and the quality of public debate, requires that all participants, however much they may disagree, take part in good faith.

Yours sincerely,

Harriet Harman MP
Deputy Leader of the Labour Party

Does anyone seriously believe Labour won’t raise taxes?

For some reason Harman left this part of the transcript out of her letter, presumably because it included another uncosted spending pledge:

“Well I think that is a very interesting point actually Henry because sometimes people feel that they pay in a lot over a long period of time working hard but when they suddenly need unemployment benefit if they lose their job that actually it is nowhere near enough to actually make them feel that it was worth it for them to contribute. And one of the things that we are talking about is making a higher rate the longer you’ve worked to recognise the contributions you’ve paid in if you lose your job.”

How are they going to pay for that, another bankers’ bonus tax?


336 Comments

  1. 1
    Harridan Harmanhater says:

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    • 2
      Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

      WE’LL TAX THE ARSES OFF THE MIDDLE CLASSES.

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      • 10
        Chris Bryant says:

        Send them to me! Oooh much bums!!

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      • 16
        Ed Millibandwagon says:

        You tell them, we don’t want any thucthethful middle clath buthineth people, we jutht want their money…oh and voteth.

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      • 29
        David Cameron says:

        Works for me!

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      • 43
        GnosticBrian says:

        Harriet’s remarks are NOT specific to a so-called “progressive” tax system (a system where people on higher incomes pay at higher RATES). A “flat” tax system (where we all pay at the same RATE) also secures that those with higher incomes pay more tax. And such a system is fairer, earn twice as much, pay twice as much. If only the Harperson was as quick to apologise for her PIE connections as she is to take umbrage,

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        • 134
          Anon says:

          The bitch speaks and she lies. She is scum.

          Let the bitch explain her connections to and with P.I.E.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Labour and claims about P.I.E, Leon Briton not acting on THAT report. Careful, this issue cuts across Party lines.

            P.S: From what you say, one might get the impression you don’t like HH?

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          • Just a guy on the street says:

            If you are leftie vote Green,

            If you are right winger vote UKIP.

            Thatcher was a good friend to the Peados and so was Blair.

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        • 334
          Anonymous says:

          That’s a smashing wheeze for those who earn a lot of ‘income ‘ meaning wages

          For those who earn ‘ Other income ‘ let’s say share bounuses what progressive or flat rate of tax should they pay?

          All parties have shimmed around the fact that tax allowances exist because hourly rates of pay are poor and have been for donkeys years.

          Cleggy’s little nibbling round the edges with a 10k allowance is a fraud because a lot of part time workers ( normally women but more men are falling into this bracket ) will get nowhere near 10k per year in the current jobs climate.

          The idea of a tax allowance only highlights the case for higher hourly rates.

          With current employment figures being manipulated to suit ( jobs created is not the same as in work- PAYE ) this hourly pay situation has no chance of changing. Certainly not under Labour similarto the current Coalition.

          There is a constant lie about tiers of tax rates that is utterly false. No taxpayer pays a 45% rate of tax. It is tiered at 22% up to a certain amount of income and goes up gradually and stops at 45% depending on income.

          Anyone who pays 45% either has a lousy accountant or should change jobs.

          Also the Gross Tax – National Insurance has an upper earnings limit. Above a ceratin tier that is limited too. A bit like the Council Tax on London Millionaires empty houses.

          All I’m saying is that you wouldn’t need all this fannying about if pay was higher. Just work out the average amount of income per head and note carefully that in any average the smallest percentage of the average will be the least and the biggest percent will be the most. That means that a fair few rich buggers are earning a lot more than the many poorer buggers.

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      • 49

        … or as “Kneel” Kinnochino said a couple of days befire he FAILED to win the 1992 Election :
        WATCH YER WALLETS!!

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      • 65
        The two Muppets says:

        Harriet Harman is as big a liability to the Labour Party as Miliband ,
        Balls and Burnham . All incompetent dross from the last
        Labour Government . Only the worst Prime Minister in living
        memory is missing, Gordon Brown .

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          bergen says:

          I think she’s the worst of them. Hypocrisy is written through her like Blackpool through a stick of rock. Rich, privileged, she sends her kids to selective schools, she champions all-wimmin shortlists but ensures one prospective list is thwarted to give her husband a safe seat. Impossibly smug, utterly humourless, without any sense of irony or self doubt she came to fame as a “civil libertarian” trying to impose closed shops and granting licence to perverts to interfere with kids. One of the few wise moves of Brown was to have as little to do with this failed Lady Bountiful as possible.

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          • lolathebeautiful says:

            So an appalling old trout then?

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          • Anonymous is a semi-literate moron says:

            Superbly put, Bergen. I’d just like to add that her head is an intellect-free zone. There’s a nice irony in the fact that the same can be said of smoothie Cameron. I’d be hard put to decide whether he’s actually dimmer than Harridan, but it’s a close-run thing.

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        • 275
          The Tax that keeps on giving says:

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    • 30
      Gooey Blob says:

      Labour always opt to tax first and ask questions later. Then they forget about the questions and put up taxes again.

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    • 66
      f giles says:

      well Henry – that leaves me out – and quite right too!

      since i’ve never paid tax to have to do so would be anything but progressive

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    • 95
      Anonymous says:

      Well she’ll just be continuing Osborne’s good work.He’s had a habit of raising taxes these last couple of years.

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    • 178
      Dougie says:

      There’s no need for Dave to stop taking Harman’s words out of context unless and until Labour stop quoting Mrs T’s “There’s no such thing as society” out of context. What’s good for the goose must be good for the gander, if equality is to mean anything Harriet.

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      Twats says:

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        M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

        Doesn’t make sense. Ham and wine is forbidden to muslims at all times – Ramadan has fuck all to do with it.

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          Water into Wine says:

          She should have said this Tesco Ham is actually Horse and this Wine is Water, I am taking it to Church to have it made into wine.

          So serve me you Mussie Bast*rd or I will tell ISIS where you live.

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      • 333
        Anonymous says:

        Good old Katie

        A laugh a lifetime.

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      The Tax that keeps on giving says:

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  2. 3
    Ed P says:

    Harm-man wants to have her PIE (cake) and eat it!

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  3. 4
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    We’ll thqueeth the thqueezted middle till their eyes pop out of their thocketth

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      Jeffrey Bernard says:

      Cows Moo, Dogs Bark, Labour Deny Tax Increase, Harman Lies.

      Nothing ever changes.

      Is this the same Harriet Harman who (after not being made Deputy PM, after not being invited to make assinine contributions to the G20 Summit and after Caroline Flint had been sacked) claimed that Gordon Brown was not a sexist? And is it the same Harriet Harman who also claimed (just the other day) that Gordon Brown was a sexist, citing (1) the fact that she had not been made Deputy PM, (2) the fact that she had not been invited to make assinine contributions to the G20 Summit and (3) Caroline Flint’s departure as proof to back up her claim? If both of Ms Harman’s faces are related to each other, I really think we should be told.

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  4. 5
    The Fat Boy says:

    I can’t tell my mouth from my arsehole.

    Just ask prickteaser Alice Wankham.

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  5. 6
    Shocked of Sheen says:

    “Yes I think people on middle incomes should contribute more through their taxes. ” Looks clear to me.

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  6. 7
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    Let’s just wait and see how she can slide out of this one.

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    • 12
      Jack Dromey (Mrs) says:

      Mmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!!!!!!

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        Anonymous is a semi-literate moron says:

        It won’t affect her any more than the disgusting PIE revelations did. She’ll just go on and on and on and on like the automaton she is. The idiot in charge of her party is too dim to see how damaging her like are to Labour and hasn’t the guts to knock the skin off a mouldy rice-pudding anyway.

        As an amused observer with a minor qualification in psychology, it amuses me that Harridan’s behaviour suggests she genuinely believes she’s helping the Liabour cause. If I had the time and inclination I’d offer a professional assessment of the pathological self-delusion she operates under, but it’d be simply too bloody depressing.

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  7. 8
    Viperous Old Vince says:

    I’d like to layer a Mansion Home Tax on top of Harriet’s Tax when I’m Chancellor next year.

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  8. 14
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    She wants to be leader of the Labour Party. She was quite open in the HoC even though Red Ed was clearly opposed to what she said.

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  9. 15
    Not Blowing Whistles says:

    Over one billion pounds needed to cover Royal Mail clusterfuck

    Billions needed to cover Universal Credit debacle

    And both cabinet ministers retain their jobs.

    The Tories – the party of fiscal competence.

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    • 18
      Kim Jong-un says:

      Pin a red rosette on a cow, and some focker will vote for it….Labour, appealing to the stupid.

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      • 336
        Davids got to go says:

        Like wise remove the red rosette and put a blue rosette on it and some other focker will vote for it.

        Tories appealing to stupid people to.

        Vote UKIP

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    • 21
      Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

      Calm down, dear ! I only lost about TEN BILLION POUNDS on the Gold Bullion sale

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      • 35
        Still pissin up the wall says:

        I thought you were even luckier when you only managed to lose £12 billion pounds on that failed NHS project, a few more months and it would have been £15 billion, that money tree in number 11’s back garden did you well.

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    • 24
      Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

      By the way, that’s MY Royal Mail triumph.

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    • 27
      The Lone Ranger says:

      If you thought Royal Mail was undersold then of course you’ll have made a packet from buying their shares … er, you did buy them didn’t you, … er, like you did put your money where your money is. Oh, well it isn’t just whistles that you’re not blowing.

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      • 79
        Anonymous says:

        The majority of the PO shares weren’t available to members of the public – they went to Hedge funds

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        • 194
          carlo gambino says:

          Rubbish.

          Do you always talk complete c**k or is this just a one-off.

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        • 195
          Bob cuntface Crow says:

          I appose the sale of my post office but I will not give my shares back,now worth 6 grand,me and the missus need a new kitchen. I have principles.Up the workers.

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        • 294
          M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

          The maximum number of shares ordinary investors got was 227 each. Banks, not hedge funds, got a large percentage of the shares to ensure the sale was successful. It was.

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    • 57

      Well be fair one of those is a LibDem and only Cleggy from Skeggy can sack LibDems and he s petrified of doing anything at the moment in case his oarty sack HIM..

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    • 67
      Faul Plowers says:

      I have it on reasonably good authority that some elements of the Co-Op, the so called embodiment of socialist principles and Labour Party funders and bankers, have resorted to underhand tactics to repair the financial damage to the group caused by their ineptitude in the banking arm. Hundreds of redundancies are in the offing which the group are desperate to keep quiet.

      Store managers have been threatening shop staff (that’s the food shop – nothing to do with the banking element except being part of the Cooperative Group) with redundancy if they don’t accept significant changes to working practices including working longer, harder, in split shifts and in other shops up to 30 miles away.

      Apparently the redundancies are to be announced in the next few days and will probably be followed by the exodus of what few loyal customers they have left.

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      • 82

        Working longer / harder for less pay should improve productivity.

        Has so far failed in the UK.

        If they wish to prove that even working 24×7 for free the UK economy is still not viable this is a good way to go about that, but who exactly does that benefit ?

        Vote UKIP :-D

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      • 133
        Fuck the Co op says:

        Clever move, dat, cancelling customers token points just before Christmas, no one went in for months after. Idiots.

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        • 136
          Rev Flours says:

          Hey Man….like….get without…..it’s no good working yourself up, now relax and let me……ooooo…there’s a big one….

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  10. 17
    Duncan Weaver says:

    “people on middle incomes should contribute more through their taxes”

    Given average income = £26,500 she’s saying anyone earning around this level can pay more.

    GET IN THE BIN LABOUR

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    • 126
      Cynical-old-bag says:

      If it wasn’t for the people on middle incomes, the country would be even deeper in the mire than it is now.

      Talk about biting the hand that feeds you.

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  11. 19
    Nick Clegg says:

    Deputy Labour leader Harriet Harman accuses Tory “toff” David “Flashman” Cameron of indulging in “lowlife politics” to claim that the opposition plans to raise taxes on middle earners. Wouldn’t anything different from a Bullingdon Boy.

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  12. 20
    nell says:

    ++++Laugh++++ labour have become a disaster a day – how entertaining!!

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  13. 22
    It Tax a Lot To Laugh says:

    “It is utterly clear…”

    How anyone could think that load of circumlocutory verbose garbage is “utterly clear” is beyond me.

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      M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

      It wasn’t clear to her leader sat next to her. He clearly took Cameron’s interpretation. I guess she was made to write the letter by him.

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  14. 23
    Owen Jones says:

    I need to see a doctor.

    Whenever I think of Harriet Harman I get a stiffy,

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  15. 25
    Jack the Ripper says:

    “… so I think that actually the idea that there are some things that help people on low incomes and other that help people on middle incomes.”

    Has something been omitted here or is it just that she doesn’t know how to construct a sentence?

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  16. 26
    Great British Public says:

    Harriet. You are the weakest link. Goodbye.

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  17. 28
    David Axlegrease says:

    ED WILL BE SCRUBBING OUT THE SHITE HOUSE IN THE WHITE HOUSE.

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      Bar rack O'barma says:

      I look forward to pressing the flesh with the leader of the labour democrats, I know David is a swell guy….just as long as he doesn’t gurn, can’t stand gurning.

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    • 132
      Glenn Miller says:

      Ed Miliband has got a job as a shoe-shine boy ? My, how the tables have turned.

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      Vlad the Loudhailer says:

      Marginally better than a “brush off”!

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  18. 31
    an unemployed accountant with nothing better to do says:

    Now that more people in the UK are working than ever before can we please see the monthly PAYE income tax receipts please for the last five years.

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  19. 32
    REALITY CHECK says:

    BUSTED !!!

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  20. 34
    unimpressed says:

    Guido, you’re better when you’re not being the Tories’ mouthpiece.

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  21. 36

    There is nothing a socialist loves more than spending someone elses money!

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  22. 38
    Riggsy Brown says:

    Ian Dale currently trying to defend Harperson on LBC. Presumably he’s worried about her not returning for her regular `Call Harriet’ spot.

    Heard the item in question and share Cameron’s interpretation of what she said. It’s hardly the first time Hattie has let her mouth run away with her and embarrassed Leibor. Shouting across the Dispatch Box to confirm what she said only to to deny it later by letter is typical Dottie Hattie

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  23. 42
    David Axlegrease says:

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  24. 46
    Fake Blood says:

    She is lying; she always lies. What sane person would believe her or any of her party?

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      Anonymous says:

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        Blowing whistles says:

        I tried to watch this prog but could feel David Banner building up so turned off,got as far as the one family with over 20 motherfucking offspring,the sense of entitlement of these gypo scum is unreal but they are doing what they are allowed to do.The mps of every ilk should be ashamed of what they have done.

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  26. 51
    Slave Labour says:

    I do not have much respect for this silly woman anymore. In fact I do not have any. Is she on her period, she is irrational, inconsistent and hypocritical?. If I could afford to go private in all the spheres she mentions such as NHS, education etc I would. So Hattie does not speak for all of us.

    I also find the woman a bit creepy and WEIRD! She nominates her husband from on an all woman’s list? Weird Hypocrite. She supported Pedofiles in the ’80s! Creepy She denounced the Iraq war after voting for it! Hypocrite. I wish she would just retire, as she is extremely tedious and silly now.

    Tiresome Hattie.

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    • 55
      Harry Dromey, a potential candidate in the election in your area (when mum can fix it up) says:

      You talkin bout my mum?

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    • 99
      John Bellingham says:

      Whenever the woman appears on TV and radio she rabbits on and on and on and doesn’t really say anything that makes any sense–perhaps this is why people are confused. She really would be more at home rabbiting over the garden fence in the style of the late Les Dawson’s “Elsie” character.

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      • 127
        Cynical-old-bag says:

        She never admits to anything, and never answers any question properly. She’s a lawyer – that’s what they do.

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      M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

      I hope she waits until after the GE before she announces her retirement.

      Milliband; Harperson and Balls the Dream Team…

      for the Tories. No wonder Cameron is so smug these days.

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  27. 56
    Harriet the Bullshitter says:

    A bit rich for one of the biggest liars in politics to accuse someone else of lying.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. 58
    Benny Fitz-Clements says:

    PAY UP !!!!

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  29. 59
    Owhine Jones says:

    Harriet said Gordon Brown wasn’t sexist and then said he was. One of those is was a lie.

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  30. 61
    Another Headshrinker says:

    She was too busy thinking,about the big black cock she is going to get, whilst Jacqueline Dromey sits in the corner walking, over the big black cock!

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  31. 62
    Jimmy says:

    Top rate of tax by pm

    Thatcher 60
    Blair 40
    Brown 40
    Cameron 45

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    • 70
      Spakko says:

      Brown put it up to 50%

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        Anonymous says:

        So they have little to say about workers rights (or the private firms making a killing out of the NHS), but seem willing to lower top-rate.

        UKIP: Friend of the rich and big business?

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    • 74
      stun () says:

      Didn’t the maximum imbecile manage to put the top rate up to 50% just before being unelected for a second time? After all, it wasn’t like the chalice had already been poisoned…

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    • 83
      Anonymous says:

      Margaret Thatcher, who favoured indirect taxation, reduced personal income tax rates during the 1980s. In the first budget after her election victory in 1979, the top rate was reduced from 83% to 60% and the basic rate from 33% to 30%. The basic rate was also cut for three successive budgets – to 29% in the 1986 budget, 27% in 1987 and to 25% in 1988. The top rate of income tax was cut to 40% in the 1988 budget.The investment income surcharge was abolished in 1985.

      From Wiki. Remind us who was in power before her ?

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    • 102
      Taxpayer says:

      Tip rate of tax is 62% thanks to Brown and those caught by it expanded by Cameron in the 100k – 120k bracket.

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      • 184
        Anonymous says:

        So how many bank staff are going to feel sorry for their under-preforming and over-paid Boss? Add in top-rate tax avoidance, and watch the level of tax paid by the rich start to drop. Now what was that BS about us all being in it together?

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      M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

      Missed one…

      Callaghan (Thatcher’s predecessor) 83%

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    I wonder says:

    What would Harriet be if she wasn’t an MP ?

    What is she best suited for ?

    Suggestions please…..

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    • 73
      nell says:

      a lady of leisure as mrs dromey is already the housewife in their house.

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    • 76
      Idon'tneednodoctor says:

      Bag woman.

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    • 77

      Possibly a deputy head or secretary in a girls school (comprehensive), in a less diverse part of the country, but not ‘in the country’. Think somewhere like B’rentwood, but in H’ertforshire maybe.

      Don’t ask me why – her look and inflated sense of importance just fits the stereotype.

      Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 94
      John Bellingham says:

      A two-bit, ambulance-chasing, shyster lawyer specialising in vexatious claims by immigrants, foreigners and other criminals funded by legal aid.

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    • 97
      Yeah so says:

      A quangocrat on a nice little earner, producing and achieving nothing worthwhile, and all paid for by taxes on the squeezed middle.

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    • 109
      Poobah says:

      Running a dominatrix and personal services website and contacts group. with a little help from Jack

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    • 110
      concrete pump says:

      A defence lawyer for sex offenders…?

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    • 113
      Lovely Rita says:

      Traffic warden

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    • 121
      stun () says:

      Fluffer (fired after 3 minutes). Your husband may do things that way, but it just isn’t acceptable in a professional environment.

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    • 130
      Cynical-old-bag says:

      Being an MP doesn’t require any qualifications, and Hattie hasn’t practiced Law for some years. There’s not much going at the Job Centre for an ex-MP, unless she call in a few favours and get onto the Board of Directors of a multi-national company, working 3 days a week for an extortionate salary.

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      More PIE vicar says:

      A Bishop in the Catholic Church of England.

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    Fabricant +1, Harman -1.

    She doth protest way to much… what is she really worried about ?

    The attempt to tax the middle class down, and attempt to inflame class difference, is perhaps ill timed. Labour voters are smarter than many give them credit for.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  35. 78
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Harman is really stupid beyond belief. She reveals what labour’s plans are but then denies them. Stupid, stupid woman.

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    • 91
      Dead Hand Miliband says:

      This is what happens when you appoint ministers according to gender rather than ability

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      • 101
        Hackneyed Ablubbet says:

        You is a racialist sexualist equality denier!
        You need to be sacked and replaced with a good women who know bout stuff.

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    • 135
      Cynical-old-bag says:

      Perhaps she’s nailed her colours to the mast and come out against Ed.

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    This could be some extra bad news to throw on the Royal Mail Pyre:

    http://www.charles-stanley.co.uk/group/cs-live/royal-mail-hit-french-competition-probe

    Competition Probe by French Authorities into Royal Mail subsidiary operations in France. Fines equalling 10% of turnover is roughly what successful anti-trust will cost in Europe.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 89

      JUST TELL THE FRENCH TO FUCK THEMSELVES , AND CLOSE DOWN THE OPERATION ,NO PROBLEM !

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    • 172
      Spot the prick says:

      I C U

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    • 198

      You should really read this, carefully:

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coercive_diplomacy

      And then look up ‘active measures’

      Did you notice the 600 or so who got busted today in O’re #2 ?

      Vote UKIP :-D

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      • 240

        I caught the BBC article earlier today and really only read the headline / byline and first para.

        Should have known better than to pop over to the BBC ‘News’ site – World is going to end / child abuse / You are a rac’ist messages all over, with pictures of people who look different to me having a great time, with a socialist red theme. What kind of site is that really ?

        Picture of the laptop with matrix display and glowing keys – where do the graphics department get their screen savers ? Ans: Tor ?

        You should hop on to the dark-web doxbin site if you want to find some real info. A lot of interesting details there.

        Obsessing about p’edo’s is not really my thing – move on – it is soooo 2013.

        I do not watch UK TV anymore. If you stop watching it also, after a few weeks you will find your quality of will improve significantly. May catch it on youTube when it gets posted up – if it’s any good will turn it into a music vid.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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    The land of blood and honey says:

    9 Palestinian kids killed in Is*aeli missile strike on beach. There must be lots of terrorists on the beach. But in fairness they do give warnings before they blow up civilian homes. It’s compassionate to warn people that you’re about to make them homeless. Anyway, it’s quite obvious that with 200 Palestinian deaths and one Is*aeli death in the last week that Is*ael is fighting for survival, what with its tanks, jet fighters, helicopter gunships and nuclear warheads.

    Does Is*ael have a right to exist? Yes. Are Hamas terrorists? Yes. Does Is*ael illegally occupy land and kill civilians? Yes. Will anything change? They’ve been killing each other for 67 years and will still be killing each other in another 67 years.

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      The Middle East is not our concern says:

      More people die in chad every week.

      Why does the MSM even report it? We don’t care what the Burmese do to each other. It’s not even reported. Yet this territory dispute is never off the news.

      Just stop reporting on it MSM. We really couldn’t care less if one lot of non-pork eaters wipes out another lot on non-pork eaters. Just stfu. Ok. We don’t care who is fighting, or over what, or for how long. We don’t even care who wins.

      Just stop reporting it and let them go ape on each other with nuke and chemicals until a winner is declared and one rag head tribe takes over the sandpit from the other rag head tribe.

      Then , maybe, you can let us know..maybe..if nothing much is happening in the news.

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        non taxable pikey says:

        Chad! The MSM doesn’t even report on the deaths in Syria let alone Chad. Close to 16 thousand dead children there plus of course those being tortured in Assad’s prisons. Kids being snatched from refugee camps in Lebanon is on the increase too. This is all ok because it’s one part of the RoP doing it to another part of the RoP, so the MSM is silent.
        As you say, it is not our concern.

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  39. 86
    Grant Shapps says:

    Are we tanking?

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  40. 87
    R~Z~P says:

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  41. 88
    The land of blood and honey says:

    I don’t expect any compassion here for dead Palestinians but watching the unedited footage that’s just been shown on the news, Is*aeli shells specifically struck a group of children playing football on a beach who were killed immediately. Is*ael claim to only target Hamas but the attacks on a hospital filled with disabled patients, a fisherman and the children today show that Is*ael kill whoever they like. It’s an excuse to kill as many civilians as possible. For every terrorist they kill, they kill another 50 unarmed women and children. But hey, twas ever thus.

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  42. 90
    Anonymous says:

    Meanwhile:
    Supermarket giant Tesco has rushed to apologise after a Muslim worker refused to serve a customer seeking to buy ham and wine saying he was fasting for Ramadan.
    The Tesco branch manager, backed the staff member and asked the customer to use the self-checkout.

    No wonder Tesco are in the shit.

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  43. 100
    Yeah so says:

    Squeal, squeal, squeal. Hattie’s had an earful from the the two muppets, I’ll wager. Think you’ve be misrepresented, Hattie? Excuse me if I don’t give a fuck.
    Ever uttered the words “bedroom tax”, Hattie?

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    • 291
      In reply says:

      The dreaded words ‘bedroom tax’ were uttered on Sky news several times this morning.

      One begins to wonder at either (a) their whole agenda; and (b) the mental capacity of their presenters/autocue readers.

      Liked by 1 person

  44. 104
    Virtue Is Its Own Reward says:

    This is not a good way to conduct politics. The sentence, uttered in a live interview, is clearly capable of two interpretations as many sentences are. The “more” can apply to the general principle (with which David Cameron agrees) or it can apply to the future tax rate for middle income groups relative to other income groups.

    The Tories can fairly point to Labour’s tax record or spending pledges.

    Labour should seize the first opportunity to reply in kind if this is where the Tories want to drag the campaign.

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    • 111
      Poobah says:

      Go home.
      The rapid rebumming unit is closed until after the recess.

      Go to the beach or something. You stupid student.

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  45. 112
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Mzz. Harriet Harperson MP
    Deputy Leader of the Layabout Parteh

    Dear Mzz. Harpic,

    How about you come clean about your links with pederasts and your support for them?

    Yours sincerely,

    Mornington Crescent.

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  46. 114
    Anonymous says:

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  47. 115
    these are not the droids you are looking for says:

    I’ve noticed over the last couple of months that people have started to include and emphasize often the first name of the person that they are addressing. It can be taken in different ways, like explaining to a child or just being pally. This is similar to all football commentators now talking about moments.
    It helps to confirm my belief that these mental waves exist in space and as they wash over the planet feeble minds are affected.

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    • 118
      these are not the droids you are looking for says:

      and every second person interviewed on the radio now says ” thank you for having me”. Why is this ?

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      • 122
        these are not the droids you are looking for says:

        and although there is great spiritual meaning in the expression ” at this moment in time” I am glad that seems to have fallen out of favor.

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        • 150
          Prof. Ed Miliband, B.Sc. M.Sc. Ph.D. says:

          Another irritation is cnuts starting sentences with “So…”.

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        • 209
          non taxable pikey says:

          favor? The new word to replace the much abused “actually” is “absolutely.” Now starting to count them in tv programmes, when it gets to double figures I change channel and start again.

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          • these are not the droids you are looking for says:

            yes well I type favour but occassionally i loose confidenc in spelling abilities

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    • 120
      Brian Blessed says:

      Is that you Gordon?

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    • 140
      cured lefty says:

      If it’s a lefty doing it it means they’ve dropped into condescending Hunt mode.

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    • 153
      The community that hates the word 'community' says:

      Have you also noticed that everyone is now assigned to a “community”?

      Sky News reporting that there’s going to be a heatwave:

      “A warning was also issued for members of the Muslim community fasting during the current period of Ramadan to drink enough water.”

      Why not: “A warning was also issued to Muslims fasting during blah blah blah”?

      Why is everything a fucking ‘community’ now?

      Or even better: Don’t warn the muzzies, let the fucking scum die of thirst. Just a thought.

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      • 247
        these are not the droids you are looking for says:

        the BBC could phone them and warn them about the heat wave

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  48. 116
    Anonymous says:

    #DoAsWeSaYNotWhatWeDo #TehQueenEtAl

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  49. 119
    gildedtumbril says:

    Since successive ‘governments’ have destroyed or sold off at car boots all of Britain’s heavy industry the main industry in Britain is TAX! TAX and more, ever expanding tax.
    Harriet Hormone is not fit to run a whelk stall, with or without the whelks.
    The entire legislature are traitors.

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  50. 131
    these are not the droids you are looking for says:

    It is a little known fact that there are 15 tons of gold in 1 cubic mile of sea water. Can somebody send Gordon some water wings with a note.

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    • 149
      Brown is the most vile human ever to walk this Earth says:

      By “water wings” do you mean 300kg concrete blocks chained to his ankles?

      Or just seal him in an oil drum after pouring concrete into it, and throwing into the Marianas Trench.

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      • 163
        No jam, just lard says:

        I prefer to see him dumped into Beaufort’s Dyke along with a number of timed prim ers, it would be like where his mates are from and they call it Russian roulette, if he’s lucky and none of the prim ers go off near an old rusting WW1 or WWII shells.

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      • 217
        non taxable pikey says:

        Just drop him into the dock at Rosythe, that’ll bring a glow to his cheeks and everything else as well. Hot as Hades in that bugger, Geiger would have a great time testing his apparatus there.

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      • 232
        Smith says:

        Join him, G. Brown, surgically at the hit to one T. Blair

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  51. 138
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Guido sides with Snow. Why else would my comment be moderated?

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    • 169
      Spot the prick says:

      I C U

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    • 191
      Tachybaptus says:

      That assumes that there is someone intelligent out there who is reading comments and blocking the ones he or she disagrees with. There isn’t. There is just the mοdbοt, an automatic mechanism that bars comments if they contain words on a list. You probably wrote ‘Paυl’ or ‘Satυrday’ or some other appalling obscenity.

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      • 192
        Tachybaptus says:

        Sorry, 202 was supposed to be addressed to Idon’tneednodoctor at 139. Either the numbering is breaking up or I am.

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      • 328
        Anonymous says:

        Not sure that it is ALWAYS the mοdbοt. Sometime words such as: ‘did you enjoy yourself down the pub?’, get the standard Now F,off. For some reason, this reply is most likely to happen in the late afternoon.

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    • 203
      nell says:

      I have never understood why hamas insist on throwing hundreds of missiles daily at Israel, potentially killing Israelis and then demand that Israel is wrong to retaliate.

      Can you explain this?

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      • 287
        these are not the droids you are looking for says:

        I think it is because the Palestinians see the Israel as a spreading cancer and they try to inoculate with missile needles [shrug]

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  52. 141
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    So why doesn’t Snow use the same interview structure when he speaks to an Hamas spokesperson. Snow is biased.

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  53. 144
    Carol says:

    Labour’s mask is slipping.

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  54. 146
    cured lefty says:

    Every time I hear the words vibrant and diverse I sense “utter wanker alert”

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    • 155
      The community that hates the word 'community' says:

      Every time I read the words “celebrate” and “multiculturalism” and “diverse” and “community” I remind myself why I boycott any and all companies that employ immigrants, why I left the Conservative Party and why I will never vote for the immigrant-loving faux-Tory scum ever again.

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    • 211
      non taxable pikey says:

      Bullsh*t Bingo time.

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  55. 148
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    John Snow – Rachael Reeves and labour good – Tories bad. Snow biased pseudo arrogant lefty twat.

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  56. 156
    Harpic and Milli - the gift that keeps on giving says:

    Cameron has just got to love these two Jokers!

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  57. 157
    The deputy leader of the Labour Party is a páédo-helping imbecile says:

    “More Than 600 Páedophile Suspects Arrested
    Doctors, teachers, former police officers and foster carers are among the people arrested in an undercover UK-wide operation.”

    Are Hattie “PIE” Harmong and her husband Mrs Dromey still at large? Or are they currently “busy”?

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    • 314
      Cynical-old-bag says:

      Could this also be a decoy to avert interest from the possible scandal in the two Houses?

      Remember Dr. Marietta Hicks?

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  58. 159
    The NHS isn't free, it's fucking expensive and it's fucking shit. says:

    “Because you don’t want to have to pay for health insurance. You don’t want to have to pay to go private to get really good healthcare system.” – Harriet Harmong

    Uhm, yes, we do.

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    • 177
      No jam, just lard says:

      The NHS is just part of the unemployment services, it’s there to provide secure jobs for unions and lazy b,stards who don’t want to work and others who think it is a personal company they own, it’s is also a provider of money to keep British pharmaceuticals going, as well as computer companies, and furniture companies, it’s employers the British taxpayer have no say or rights and can go and get fck ed or use the private health system.

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      • 214

        I would argue along Ayn Rand’s lines that State provided national health care systems are actually quite oppressive as they inevitably force coercion of a large section of the population to work for them denying individuals in that section their liberty.

        Moreover, in the UK now, with the employment in the State health care system of foreign trained staff this large employer is oppressing further that section of society who were already having their liberty denied by further denying them the opportunity of employment.

        State provided national health care systems are an existential threat to individual liberty.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 222
      nell says:

      You only have to look at andyburnham’s labour nhs death camps to decide whether you want that system or not. And whether you want to put labour’s andyburnham back in charge of the nhs for another five years!!!

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    • 212
      nell says:

      I thought when grumpy gordon went labour would c e a s e to be a m u s i n g.

      I was wrong , hattyharpic, militwit, bullyballs and the rest continue to be a c e a s e l e s s r i v e r of a m u s e m e n t. Long may it continue!!

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      • 219

        Thanks Nell: Perfect reason to post this:

        Vote UKIP :-D

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        • 226
          nell says:

          I remain hopeful, even though UKIP’s polling rating is falling that UKIP’s Nigel and several others are going to get elected to the Hoc in 2015. With luck and some deft management UKIP will overtake the LibDems in the next few years.

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          • Most of the current political mob are thoroughly discredited now. Time to roll them up and start over.

            UKIP coalition would be the best outcome.

            The senior UK politicians, and despite his youthful figure that does include Cameron, need to realize that they are part of the problem not the solution. Moreover, they are damaging the prospects of those who are up and coming.

            Election is not far off now. Time to start properly thinking about the future, and put the current shambles firmly into the past.

            Vote UKIP :-D

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          • No jam, just lard says:

            UKIP wants to stay away and have nothing to do with the LibLabCons, if it wants to put a PM in number 10 in 2020 or before, if it doesn’t then it will be classed as a part of the LibLabCon and people will either spoil their ballet papers or stay at home, If UKIP want my vote, then they will get it, if they stay away from the HOC corruption, if they even put an MP from the LibLabCon on the payroll they will not get my vote because as far as I’am concerned they are contaminated, your choice= 1 vote or 1 vote less.

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          • It may be better for the UK to be rendered ‘ungovernable’ for a spell.

            Spoiling a ballot is legitimate protest : Not voting at all is really very silly as those who do that are denying their own liberty and by their actions that of many others.

            Voting with the heart is the smart choice for 2015.

            Vote UKIP :-D

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          • Replied to your missive on facts above.

            The cover up would not be cross party – one would need to look behind the fridge to see where the cover up was constructed, and maybe why.

            But a new narrative of cross party covering up is very very bad news indeed for the parties, or at least it should be. Their credibility perhaps due for the same shredding treatment that Fred tried at R’B’S ?

            There must be some more to the S’mith story.

            D’anczuk’s involvement is concerning. He is the Labour MP for R’ochdale, so his motivations here are very likely political in order to try and ensure he gets re-elected next year.

            Attempting to whip up another S’avilesque reaction from the public is either a measure or a counter-measure. Seems maybe counter-measure, but what / whose measure could it be countering ?

            Vote UKIP :-D

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          • Bring back the Poly Tech...Well U created all the Plastic Universities says:

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          • If it ain’t bust don’t mess with it. Polys and their CNAA degrees worked up until 1993. Now I wonder who stopped that in favour of the crap system we have today? Who was in power in 1993, can anyone remember?

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          • Gordon says:

            Did someboody say More Gold?

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          • Cynical-old-bag says:

            I wonder how much they cost?

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          • non taxable pikey says:

            Youthful figure, is that the new PC phrase to replace fat slob?

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      • 223

        Stop the stupid spacing and grow up.

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        • 228
          nell says:

          You poor dear. I space to avoid the modbot. Nothing less nothing more. You could of course exercise your brain and post a comment that relates to the topic. No?!!

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  60. 161
    Anonymous says:

    @SadiqKhan

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    • 164
      Anonymous says:

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      • 188
        nell says:

        Don’t hold your breath. labour folks are slippery . Look at bliar!!

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        • 199
          Tachybaptus says:

          Please, Nell dear, may I be excused having to look at Blair?

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          • nell says:

            Dear Tachybaptus – evil must never be forgotten . And bliar is the very essence of it!! Therefore we may not wish to think about him but we must always remember him so that his ilk never ever get into government again!! Let’s not forget his son and heir is already standing for Parliament in 2015!!!

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          • Tachybaptus says:

            Dear Nell, yes, I know. But every time I see that withered bat-eared face with its evil grin or look of feigned concern, I find myself on the brink of violence.

            C.S. Lewis said it well:
            … ‘it came into his mind that in certain old philosophers and poets he had read that the mere sight of the devils was one of the greatest among the torments of Hell. It had seemed to him till now merely a quaint fancy. And yet (as he now saw) even the children know better: no child would have any difficulty in understanding that there might be a face the mere beholding of which was final calamity. The children, the poets, and the philosophers were right.’

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          • @nell : I would counter your assertion about B’lair.

            Not saying you are wrong as you refer to perception (unless you actually know him), but the guy himself is not the ‘essence of evil’.

            He is not as smart as he thinks he is: H’ubris does lead to N’emesis and all that.

            Vote UKIP :-D

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  61. 166
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    Liebore’s four horse-men of the apoc-alypse Miliband,Balls,Harman & Burnham are the gift that keeps on giving.

    They are worth 10 million votes to the Tories before the election campaign even begins.

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  62. 168
    Spot the prick says:

    I C U

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  63. 174
    The Weirdo Labour Party says:

    The Labour Party should just stick to wooing the unemployed, the faked sore back brigade, the communists, unions, those that left their Labour run schools without qualifications and those that are too dim to change a light bulb that they need three community workers to do it for them. Labour should focus on these marginalised groups and leave the rest of us alone.

    For God sake do not let Labour anywhere near foreign policy or we are all doomed.

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    • 230
      Anonymous says:

      So Hague did such a first-rate job when it comes to Syria? But no worry, he will soon have time to spend with his mates in the Free Syrian Army/ISIS.

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  64. 180
    They're all in this together says:

    A magistrate friend of Cyril Smith made veiled threats to police in 1970, saying there would be “repercussions” if they pursued Smith.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-manchester-28330779

    Two weeks ago, a Tory MP warned Simon Djancuk not to name senior Tory p*edophiles from the 80s.

    The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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    • 189
      Stu says:

      Evidence please. BBC witch Hunt and your smearing bullshit is not enough.

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      • 200
        They're all in this together says:

        About the magistrate or the Tory MP? Oh, of course, that’s right. Pursuing Smith and Labour nonces is a pursuit for justice. Pursuing Tory nonces is a witch hunt. Funny, that.

        As for evidence, you’ll find 114 files disappeared and that victims went to police and police were unable to charge because they were warned not to by the government, hence what’s known as a cover-up, as Tebbit mentioned last week. But I suppose you’re one of the tribalist types who wants Tory nonces protected. Either that or you’re one of the Dolphin Square club yourself.

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    • 196
      Anonymous says:

      And yet, despite past cover-ups (and future white-washed reports), some here continue to mention the terms Labour and P.I.E. Are they totally unaware that this cuts right across Party lines?

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      • 213
        They're all in this together says:

        Of course. The majority of the commenters here are venal tribalists who don’t care about child abuse unless it’s an opportunity for political pointscoring. The intelligent position to take, i.e beyond the capacity of most here, would be to condemn abuse committed by politicians across all parties, but of course instead you see the hilariously transparent hypocrisy of comments about Smith, Labour, PIE and the D notice but almost virtual silence over Tory abusers except to call the inquiry a witch hunt. Sad but predictable. Though there’s also the likelihood that a percentage of those who want silence on 80s abuse by senior Tories are themselves involved.

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    • 197
      nell says:

      This scandal will encompass labour as well as tory. Don’t forget cyrilsmith was a labour mp who changed sides to get elected as a libdem.

      This is not about one political party or one church – as the 600 arrests tonight show this evil encompasses doctors, lawyers, social workers, teachers etc .

      It is time to expose the truth!

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      • 224
        non taxable pikey says:

        Doctors, Lawyers, Social Workers, teachers but NOT ONE POLITICIAN. The sad thing is that the MSM knows who the Political Nonces are but doesn’t have the balls to go after them. It really is time to name and shame and sod the legal niceties.

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        • 231
          nell says:

          I think you are wrong in this case and that exposure will come with investigation. The internet in any case has named many of them. They can no longer hide behind privelege!!

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        • 315
          Cynical-old-bag says:

          They are trying to divert the attention away from them.

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  65. 182
    They're all in this together says:

    Follow their tangled web…

    Harriet Harman and Jack Dromey campaigned on behalf of PIE.

    Diplomat Peter Hayman was an active p*edophile who was a member of PIE.

    Geoffrey Dickens named Hayman in parliament.

    After naming Hayman and declaring he would name another 8 high ranking p*edophiles, Geoffrey Dickens received death threats and his home was broken into twice. He died suddenly in 1985.

    Attorney General Michael Havers decided Hayman should not be prosecuted for possessing child porn.

    Michael Havers was an active p*edophile.

    Sir Peter Morrison was Mrs Thatcher’s PPS. He was also exposed after his death as an active p*edophile who’d visited care homes with other senior politicians.

    Tony Blair put a D notice on the findings of Operation Ore which named senior Labour politicians as p*edophiles.

    Michael Havers’ sister, Elizabeth Butler-Sloss, covered up abuse by a bishop in a report because she “cares about the church”.

    Butler-Sloss was appointed to head an inquiry into abuse in which her brother is among those suspected.

    They’re all in this together.

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    • 193
      nell says:

      Maybe now the truth will come out – hatty harpic and her pals in p i e will hopefully be exposed and the rest regardless of political party. First the expenses scandal and now this. Let’s hope that we end up with a vastly better, cleaner Westminster, more honest,more open, in a few years time . We can hope!!!

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    • 242

      That is a hell of a narrative, isn’t it ?

      Would be wise to separate the facts from the hearsay.

      That will show you who are the real bad apples in that list.

      (Hint: H-H / J-D)

      They are not all in it together, but Cameron made a big error of judgement when he chose to adopt that phrase as a slogan. Oops.

      Vote UKIP :-D

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  66. 185
    Mark Regev says:

    The murder of four Pali boys who were playing football gives me the horn. The bombing of a hospital for disabled Palis gives me an even bigger horn.

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  67. 186
    nell says:

    “How are they going to pay for that, another bankers’ bonus tax? ”

    It won’t be another bankers bonus it will simply be another tax on we ordinary hardworking working class folks. It’s what labour does. Tax the working classes!!. As gordon said when he was in power ‘I’m going to tax until the pips squeak’!!! And then he squandered every penny he got from us!! That’s what labour does – squander money!!!

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    • 220
      Anonymous says:

      Just how is IDS and his plans to ‘reform’ the DWP getting on? Good to see that he has invested billions well and that the money has not been squandered. Must be why he kept his job?

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  68. 202
    Muslims United and detached says:

    Time to be a snobby Muslim not a man eating one.

    Please welcome a d d I d a s
    The new sponsors of man United.

    One may become United and the other a city.

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  69. 206
    Dolphin Square says:

    I’ll never give up my secrets

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  70. 207

    Discriminating against one racial group in favour of another is actually one definition of racism.

    However, if you choose not watch BBC because of the poor programming, does this initiative make you racist if you do not watch it ?

    UKIP’s youTube channel is much more informative and entertaining, with a diverse set of faces and voices you actually may find you want to see and hear.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  71. 208
    Anonymous says:

    It already works like that. But hey, why let facts get in the way of a good old fashioned hatchet job?

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  72. 227
    They're all in this together says:

    Funny how it’s ok to say Cyril Smith abused kids but saying Rhodes Boyson, Keith Joseph and Peter Morrison also abused kids is a “smear”. Instead of wanting justice for victims of all abuse, the commenters here are tribalists who’ll happily talk about PIE and Labour all day long but react with venom when someone points out that the Tories also have abusers. Here’s a handy tip: no one believes any more that the Tories are all heterosexual family men. That image evaporated years ago. As much as some would wish it otherwise, we know about the exploits of Harvey Proctor, Boothby, Keith Joseph, Boyson, Peter Hayman, Peter Morrison and all the abusers yet to be named. Just as no one believes Labour’s D notice was for national security, no one’s fooled by the constant protests about smears and disgust over “bumsex” when it’s all emerging now about the coke and alcohol fuelled child r*pe orgies during party conferences.

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  73. 229
    V&A Valance Superking Linens says:

    Is the equiv.valence of a self righteous Muslim the valance frill. Much sin gets hidden. Do as they do in Holland Park.

    Get posh and go for a posh picnic.

    Get the good linen out.

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  74. 235
    Anonymous says:

    121bergen says:

    July 16, 2014 at 8:08 pm

    I think she’s the worst of them. Hypocrisy is written through her like Blackpool through a stick of rock. Rich, privileged, she sends her kids to selective schools, she champions all-wimmin shortlists but ensures one prospective list is thwarted to give her husband a safe seat. Impossibly smug, utterly humourless, without any sense of irony or self doubt she came to fame as a “civil libertarian” trying to impose closed shops and granting licence to perverts to interfere with kids. One of the few wise moves of Brown was to have as little to do with this failed Lady Bountiful as possible.

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  75. 237
    The British media are cunts says:

    Anyone else notice how male and pale all the workers and engineers were on the BBC Crossrail show. Must have pissed the BBC off big time.

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  76. 241
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    BBC Newsnight. Now if the first item on tax avoidance was not a biased anti-tory item then I don’t know what is.
    Why wasn’t Margaret Hodge mentioned?

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    • 264
      The British media are cunts says:

      Or the BBC types also caught out.

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      • 322
        Vlad the Loudhailer says:

        Didn’t many BBC executive and apparent employees form companies and partnership s to avoid paying high levels of income tax?

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  77. 244
    these are not the droids you are looking for says:

    Tone Tone listen, here is what you have to say ok ?
    All humanity is accidental, life that permeates does not belong to humanity. life is life, cares not what is its shape. It is not entertaining to see 2 fuckwit societies throwing rocks at each other. Let it go, fuck the good looking ones and merge your genetic pool and look forwards to a future humanity of a merging of all that survives.

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  78. 251
    'Gypsy' Dave Cooper says:

    Such a shame, we had great country, left and right had their differences but we were at least the same culture.

    We’re so mixed up we don’t even realise it.

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  79. 252
    these are not the droids you are looking for says:

    So anyway guys listen or the 33% amongst you that are a bit girly, all life exists by theft from life of another.

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  80. 254
    these are not the droids you are looking for says:

    So what’s the PLAN ?
    are we going to abandon all concept of race and fuck everything that moves and make loads of infected humanity or are we going to be selective who survives ?

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    • 268
      these are not the droids you are looking for says:

      that didn’t come across in the way that I intended.
      so anyway. somebody like me who loves “life” finds present day attitude and misunderstanding of human and human consciousness in relation to life depressing.

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    You both stink. There's more to life outside of Oxbrige. says:

    “I had made a straightforward defence of our system of progressive taxation – the idea that people on higher incomes should – and do – pay more in tax overall than people on lower incomes”. Yes dear, but you do conveniently forget one thing. Those who REALLY earn the most pay NO Tax to the UK’s Exchequer. Party donors like Philip Green, Tony Blair, Gordon (and his new ‘charity’), etc. pay NOTHING to the UK Government. The UK has the BVI, the Channel Island’s, and more. All who accept a UK Defence of their territory, but pay NOTHING for it.

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    Reds on Parade says:

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      In reply says:

      Why is Milipede at the back?

      … and can’t you just see that “if looks could kill” look. Good job Hattie has her own custom made stab vest!

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      Ellie-Mae (9) says:

      Why is that boy next to Hattie wearing a dress?

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    Mad,mozzie Medievalist says:

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      Jacob Cohen says:

      Which is odd for my J3wish company

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      more bollock$ says:

      What’s the difference between a couple who refuse B&B accommodation to a Gay couple on religious grounds and a Muslim who refuses to serve a customer Ham & Alcohol…A court case

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    Foghorn Leghorn says:

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    Foghorn Leghorn says:

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      Election ON....Vote UKIP says:

      That’s it then. The coalition is over. General election after their summer hols and before their conference Jollies.

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      Harridan Harmanhater says:

      LABOUR WOULD MAKE UP THE SHORTFALL LIKE THIS….

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    Harridan Harmanhater says:

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      The Tax that keeps on giving. says:

      Absolute bollocks. It will be funded by another tax on banker bonuses. Labour have discovered an everlasting money tree.

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    Stars in his eyes says:

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      In reply says:

      … talked a load of bollox by the sound of it.

      Is Chucky growing a moustache, or does he need to stand a bit closer to his razor?

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    Kinnochio says:

    We’re aaaaaaawwiiiggghhht !!!

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    The Tax that keeps on giving says:

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      In_Kind says:

      Would this extend to “in kind” bonuses, such as shares, dividends, hospitality and other non-cash fiddles?

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    these are not the droids you are looking for says:

    when the planet passed through the area of space called the hippy period waves of understanding flowed all around everywhere. Concepts of peacefulness and acceptance of innovation where rife. Ridiculous pretense of parents was abandoned for truthful behavior ( parents were confused because of intensity of war) (War is a good selling opportunity for church).
    Everywhere you will find scamsters and what I do not understand is where is the fear of instituting a fucking PLAN

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      these are not the droids you are looking for says:

      I typed out this whole thing then I had to delete it because I recognized I was lying

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    John Bellingham says:

    @EeeYepBlowing Whistles
    You have a short memory. During the 2009 Israeli action in Gaza Jon Snow tore a strip off of Regev for saying that because Palestinians were killed and wounded, it was no proof that it was IDF action. The many embarrassing interviews held by smug-face Regev have been removed from his Wiki page. Just check the very short current page and then examine the history that shows the thousands of edits made to remove his more magic moments.
    But here is one gem that the bastard can’t hide.

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    Interesting:

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    Post Match Snack:

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    Measures / Countermeasures:

    Gonna need more prisons to house that lot.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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      M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

      10,000 of the dirty fuckers on their annual migration sweeping majestically across the steppes of Hampstead Heath in their leggings. What a sight.

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

        10,000!

        It just shows how overstaffed the BBC is :-)

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    Aktion-T4 is very regressive.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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

      I wonder if this right to die would extend to murderers in prison?

      If it does then i’m torn between on the one hand we would save money not having to keep the scum at taxpayers expense, but on the other hand they would be escaping from a lifetime behind bars.

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    And Dave is hosting a convicted child killer on day release at No. 10 :

    There is something deeply wrong with Cameron.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    these are not the droids you are looking for says:

    I think it would be a good thing if there was a website where new discoveries could be posted, a bit like open source but for scientific discoveries, immediately, you might say well I am hoping for to discover eternal life for humans then I will make loads of money. Or I discovered a mathematical device for distribution of food so 9 times people can receive their purchases within 24 hours.
    I would share those things.

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    albacore says:

    If you can stand to see your homeland invaded
    And a Parliament that has openly traded
    Real government away to a foreign power
    Now you gripe about taxation going sour?

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    Owen Jones says:

    I go nuts about any reflection on the child murderer Philpott and the welfare state, but I’ll use dead Palestinian kids for my own purposes

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    Cynic says:

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    Anonymous says:

    “Cows Moo, Dogs Bark, Labour Deny Tax Increase”
    Would that they had a chimp in their number, who could solve the tax avoidance/evasion conundrum at a stroke. Simply through vocalising that those companies offering Get-Out-Of-Your-Moral-Obligation-To Society-Free schemes, have to submit them for HMCR service for written approval prior to them being touted.

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    Heir-peace says:

    The scene is now set: thank you Hetty, you’ve just lost Labour the general election.

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    Soylent Blob says:

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