August 5th, 2014

Balls Fined £900


124 Comments

  1. 1
    Cwispy pants Bwyant says:

    BALLS OUT !!

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    • 6
      bagehot w says:

      its cheaper to wreck the financial system

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      • 14
        The two Muppets says:

        No doubt he will try and claim his fine on expenses .

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        • 25
          My Noble Lord Omlette says:

          £900 + £2850 legal fees.

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          • Toxic Labour for Spongers, Scroungers, Parasites, Criminals, Layabouts & other Wasters says:

            He won’t just try and claim he will claim everything on expenses. These Labour morons think we are there to fund their extravagance time after time. It’s a real shame we can’t put the lot of them in front of a firing squad before they get the chance to trash the Country again.

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          • Anonymous says:

            EDDIE ALLBALLS SAYS

            Sorry Len I didn t know about the £2850 costs when I asked you for £900 quid earlier from Brotherhood funds as they did not announce that on Radio Four lunchtime.
            Can you add that on please. Usual l rate of interest .

            Reimbursement as with all other liabilities once in Numnber Eleven come May.

            Ta awfully .

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    • 24
      Uncle Sam says:

      3 strikes and ya out.

      1 to go, mofo.

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      • 61
        Tachybaptus says:

        But that would only mean that he is driven everywhere by a chauffeur at OUR expense.

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        • 112
          Pickled Wizard says:

          No, I think it means he will be driven once by chauffeur – flat on his back, in a box to a hole in the ground, 6′ x 6′ x 3′

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    • 33
      From the archives says:

      Exclusive news footage of Ed Balls arriving late for a Labour poster launch http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=RfO4FmvHwi8

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    • 46
      Balls Licked says:

      It’s a pity he didn’t drive his car off a cliff and then have a minor bump with the economy, rather than the other way around.

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    • 98
      mrs Balls says:

      A 100% copper-bottomed, slimy, gurning, prick. Or, should I be more explicit?

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      • 105
        Fuck Labour says:

        The inflated fuss over Baromess Varsi – who gives a tuppenny fart? – is most covenient for the reptilian Balls. I seem to remember something interfering with the aftermath of Harriet the Hypocrite’s vehicular no-no in a similar fashion.

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    • 116
      Anonymous says:

      This is often the cry in the Westminster Bar after a few drinks and a few interns have popped in.

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    • 117
      FeeltheGreek says:

      Our next Chancellor !! ??

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  2. 2
    Graham says:

    Miliband’s Minister of Transport ?

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  3. 3
    Mehdi Hasan says:

    Dishface’s religious adviser is ‘terrorist’ Muslim Brotherhood together with unelected Baronness Warsi

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2597896/David-Camerons-religious-adviser-descended-founders-terrorist-Muslim-Brotherhood.html#ixzz2y3pdpKmZ

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  4. 4
    Genghiz the kahn says:

    Ed Balls has more points than a Hornby trainset.

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    • 107
      Rumpole says:

      But was only awarded the the minimum points for the offences charged. As the Mags pronounced the full sentence today, he hasn’t totted up to 12 and a potential disqualification. And how did the prosecution costs add up to £2,500 for a routine motoring summons? Mr Balls hasn’t been trying it on against the summons despite saying that it was he wot did it and would see the car-owner “right”? I wonder who turned up at Court on his behalf? Perhaps, Treasury Counsel had a spare day in their diary for a short appointment in Leeds Mags?

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  5. 5
    Glyn H says:

    That’s him and the ghastly Harriet dealt with. And Joyce, McShame, Morely, Moran. Bring on more of them, preferably McMental for dodgy dealing over that TUC flat and find Blairs expenses claims please.

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  6. 7
    The two Muppets says:

    The whole saga shows what a lying, slimy useless individual he is .

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  7. 8
    Phantomsby says:

    Imagine the uproar if it had been Nigel Farage!

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    • 13
      Joss Taskin says:

      Who ?

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      • 102
        I Know, I Just Don't Know What Yet says:

        I know, they’ve tried smears, they’ve tried intimidation, they’ve tried Htaed Treaths. Now they’re trying a media blackout. Good innit. Ever feel that those from the MSM, and the LibLabCon’s, are not too far removed from Joseph Goebbels?

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  8. 9
    One-eye son manse says:

    It wasne him

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  9. 10
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    Can I claim the fine on expenses ?

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  10. 11
    Anonymous says:

    oh boo hoo

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  11. 12
    Neville Chamberlain says:

    On expenses, no doubt

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  12. 15
    David E says:

    I’m sure he won’t put the fine on his Parliamentary Expenses claims.

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  13. 16
    Millions of Mr & Mrs Joe Public are all Voting UKIP ...... says:

    Lets see 5 penalty points plus fine of £900………

    Hopefully somebody will be monitoring his expenses to

    ensure he does not slip this amount in some where for

    the masses to pick up………As for him being in control

    of OUR countries Purse Strings post May 2015 we MUST

    all ensure this never happens as he is not fit to be in

    charge of a market stall like the rest of his corrupt ilk

    who are all control freaks & not fit for ANY public office

    ever again…..

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    • 37
      nell says:

      Don’t forget his legal expenses he’ll be claiming them as well!!

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      • 58
        Millions of Mr & Mrs Joe Public are all Voting for UKIP says:

        Thank you for the reminder on what this

        parasite, pimp & leech aka MP will dump on us

        to pay as he spreads his mendacity & manipulation

        to the masses & is laughingly called Democracy……

        Toilet attendants have more ability & integrity than this

        piece of foul smelling excrement who should have been

        sloshed down the sewers for good years ago…….

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      • 62
        Only Chavs shop at Tesco says:

        You’re not wrong, Millions. The problem is that useless, hopeless, floundering Cameron, who’d be pushed to run a Scout pack on his own, is going to let Balls and Co back in by driving thousands of Tories into voting UKIP. I was at public school. The place was full of guys like Cast-Iron Dave – smooth, confident, empty-headed and totally dependent on Mummy and Daddy. The Tories selected the wrong leader on the basis of ONE well-presented speech. Meanwhile, the bloke with the breadth and ability sits on the sidelines fiddling his thumbs and Nigel is getting ready to let an even worse idiot into No 10.

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        • 103
          Not You Again.. says:

          So, UKIP steal Labour seats…OK, but UKIP stealing Tory seats (with a contrived Federal EU) isn’t. Just take a look in the mirror fool. Grow some balls FFS. Vote for who YOU believe in, tactical voting has left us in the mess that we have ATM. YOU’RE part of the problem.

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          • Miranda says:

            Nigel is the cat amongst the pigeons – ’bout time we had a real shake-up.
            They’re all running scared – the bar-stewards.

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      • 75
        Not a fair punishment says:

        A day at court is a day of holiday.
        A meeting with a solicitor, of which there would be more than one would be two half day holidays.

        What is the equaivalent for a politician?

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        • 82
          Why us, again. says:

          Just put it on tax free expenses, after all the fine and lawyers expenses are just one dept of government passing the paperwork to another government dept, no money changes hands.

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    • 81
      fhip says:

      I wonder when his court case is coming up for recklessly nearly bankrupting the economy and leaving us all with decades his debt to pay off?

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  14. 18
    Will says:

    Next time he might get a ban

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  15. 20
    Dale says:

    and what do pints mean?

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  16. 21
    Cynic says:

    Had he been tin the pub with Ed?

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  17. 22
    Whitestones says:

    Of course, he left the scene because he didn’t realise he had hit another vehicle and had not been drinking.

    Car crash driver……future car crash chancellor.

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  18. 27

    Pity he didn’t get a ban. Otherwise the answer would be: Just Walk Away – appropriately by the Left Banke…

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  19. 28
    Wah wah pedal says:

    It really does pay to be an MP doesn’t it.

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    • 39
      Anon but Voting UKIP @ 2015 GE...... says:

      Please name just ONE destitute MP ??

      Bet you can’t………

      All ConsLieLaborLebDims anti-democracy alliance MP’s

      are totally addicted to being glued to the free flowing

      abundant public teat of OUR money & they will NEVER

      allow anyone to get them off until they die but they make

      certain there sprogs are in place behind them to continue

      there divine right to purloin as much of OUR money as possible….!!!

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  20. 29
    A reaonanle man says:

    The Conservatives appear to be:
    ‘Better together/Scotland.’
    ‘We’re better off out/Europe’.
    ‘What children, where?/Gaza.
    Biggest economy in Europe 2030/cuts across Councils/care homes/UK

    A fucking mess, if one may say so.

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    • 42
      Cpl Hicks says:

      Labour are in an even bigger mess and one may find that even more hilarious!

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    • 45
      Ma­­qb­oul says:

      What the fuck has Gaza got to do with the UK?

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    • 115
      Bring back hanging for Traitors says:

      Take care of your own business matey, and hopefully others will do the same. As for housing, care homes, etc., you know the reason why we don’t have any for those that actually have the RIGHT to them. Ever seen a ‘British Newbie’ without a baby? Sapping the system that yours and I’s Parents built up, only to be pissed-away on some newfangled EU Federalist/Unlimited Immigration policy by champagne socialists.

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  21. 30
    Dale Farmer says:

    Causes a crash and flees the scene.

    At least he’s been held to account this time, unlike Labour’s recession and the bank runs.

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  22. 31

    Warsi wanted to be Foreign Secretary? :roll:

    Bit like Brown wanted to be Prime Minister really, isn’t it?

    Oh! Hold on…

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  23. 32
    Yvette says:

    Thanks for taking the fall Eddy.

    *Oh shit I meant to email this*

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  24. 34
    Anonymous says:

    Finally Balls gets fined for something.

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  25. 35
    Gordon Brown says:

    It started in America on the A480.

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  26. 40

    Just think!

    If Balls were to incur only 777,777,776 more fines of similar amount, it would entirely eliminate the increase in debt that was run up during Labour’s years.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  27. 41

    The justice system ballsed that one up

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  28. 47
    Ma­­qb­oul says:

    Yup, big opportunity to get this bozo off the streets in the run up to the election. Miliband must be spitting feathers he ain’t locked up.

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    • 50
      Come in number 1 your times up says:

      Problem is Balls knows he’s a deadbeat and useless but he’s guarding his missus so she ends up on the top table, after all she wants to be the Liebour PM, god help us, because she is as useless as Warsi.

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      • 110

        Predicted this in 2010. These two jokers are keeping other people out of the running and “shadow experience” who might run as alternatives to the actual holders in due course of these Offices. As one can’t imagine Harpic as PM, the only probable wimmins’ choice is Yvette.
        I think that Labour have got caught out by the possibility of power this time around when they didn’t expect Buggin’s Turn to come ’round for another term. They find with real horror that they’ve got a complete Doylum as shadow PM and an utter wazerk as Shadow Chancellor. In reality, Labour really don’t have anybody fit or capable of even pretending to know what they’re doing.

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  29. 49
    The Public says:

    We can no longer support Mrs Warsi

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  30. 52
    Ken Dodd says:

    What a day for being a friend of Izrael!

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  31. 54

    From the recent memory hole + news for !srael-P’alestine intifada’istas:

    Confirms what was hinted at by the oil trade discussions which were reported on around the same time.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  32. 55
    A Prawn Sandwich says:

    Having read this I can only conclude that German Justice is the finest in the world.

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  33. 56
    Sane person says:

    Throughout history, the j e w s have caused trouble and courted unpopularity. They’re at it again.
    Time to move the whole lot of them to somewhere else, suitably unpopulated, where they can be forgotten.

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  34. 57
    Outstanding balance says:

    So that just leaves £2.8 trillion he still owes us.

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  35. 60
    Jesus says:

    Am I the only one really looking forward to seeing Labour win in 2015? The world is about to crumble into economic and social chaos. Wars are about to begin that will claim the lives of millions. The light comic relief of watching Milliabnd fly the world trying to be a statesman will be much needed.

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  36. 64
    Josh Connor says:

    Well that’s a balls up

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    • 113
      Balls talks Balls says:

      Ed Balls’ Voting Record: ‘TheyWorkForYou website’.

      Voted for equal gay rights.

      Voted for allowing marriage between two people of same sex.

      Voted against an investigation into the Iraq war.

      Voted for more EU integration.

      Voted against a referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU.

      Voted against a reduction in spending on welfare benefits.

      Voted against raising the threshold (personal allowance) at which people start to pay income tax

      Voted for a banker’s bonus tax (so Labour can waste more money on themselves and useless projects).

      Voted against reducing the rate of corporation (for small/medium size businesses).

      Voted against measures to reduce tax avoidance.

      Voted against reforming the NHS so GPs buy services on behalf of their patients.

      Voted against greater autonomy for schools (so schools can stay under complete control by Bureaucrats & Trade Unions).

      Voted against academy schools.

      Voted against a transparent Parliament.

      Voted against fewer MPs in the House of Commons.

      Voted against an equal number of electors per parliamentary constituency.

      Voted for introducing ID cards.

      Voted against capping civil service redundancy payments.

      Voted for measures to prevent climate change.

      (1) Ed Balls and Yvette Cooper ‘flipped’ homes three times: MPs’ expenses (The Telegraph, 15 May 2009):

      “Ed Balls and Yvette Cooper, the husband and wife Cabinet ministers, “flipped” the designation of their second home to three different properties within the space of two years”.

      (2) Ed Balls and Yvette Cooper face probe after claiming more than £14,000 travel expenses for their children (Daily Mail, 7 March 2011).

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  37. 66
    @MandOConserv says:

    Support @andreajenkyns for Morley and Outwood to get this laughing stock out of West Yorkshire

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    • 108
      Oven glove says:

      That will only work if the Cameroon bans postal voting – something he appears to have overlooked after nearly five years in charge.

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  38. 72
    Oh, really? says:

    A man with principles would have resigned.

    Ha, ha! Oh, I realise what I just did, then! Sorry! My mistake.

    Balls is principle lite, isn’t he?

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    • 77
      Why us, again. says:

      Your talking about Liebour principles, Liebour don’t have any principles, 13 years proved that and it’s still the same gang trying to get votes to ruin the country yet again.

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      • 88
        A Labour Party spokesmong says:

        No, wrong. Completely wrong.

        As Ed Miliband said, we have a New Generation now.

        Any similarity (names, faces, policies) to the previous generation is purely coincidental.

        PS: Cost of living crisis.

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  39. 76
    Ed Balls says:

    I may be an odious tosser but I will be your chancellor next year. Suck it up.

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  40. 79
    Owhine Jones says:

    Economy, cars, what’s next?

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  41. 87
    cecil rhodes says:

    At least we know Milibabdwagon wouldn’t contemplate letting criminals into the heart of Downing Street. ..

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  42. 92
    Eunuchonomics says:

    Do not let him near the economy.

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  43. 94
    Ed's Rabbi says:

    It cost Bernie £60,000,000.00 in bribes to get off; I can’t see the parliamentary expenses system having that kind of money until Labour gets the chance to tax the living daylights out of us

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  44. 95

    ‘Let’s not forget that Sayeeda Warsi has given the benefit of the doubt to Hamas before:’

    What an unpleasant little piece of shit Montgomerie is.

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  45. 97
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Ed Balls speaks, he lies.

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  46. 99
    Ed Miliband says:

    Fear not, Comrade Balls: the Magistrates will be made to suffer, when the glorious Socialist Islamic Republic is established in 2015. I’m keeping a list…

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  47. 100
    Sun Photographer says:

    As he has more points, his insurance will increase considerably. Guess he will put that down on expenses, so why will he care.

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  48. 122
    Rupert says:

    Balls is the assholes asshole. If you want to see him in a big car crash just vote Labour next May and let him be Chancellor again

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