August 11th, 2014

£173,000 Simmonds Quits Saying Expenses Are Too Low

Mark Simmonds has told the BBC that his decision to quit parliament was due to the “intolerable” impact of expenses rules on his family, saying his allowances don’t allow him to rent a big enough house in London to bring up his children. Last year Simmonds was named by his local paper as the most expensive MP in his county after they found he had claimed £173,436.96 in expenses for 2013. He cost the taxpayer:

  • £137,426.92 payroll
  • £13,005.38 office costs
  • £5,910.00 staffing expenses
  • £25,000 employing his wife Lizbeth as his office manager

Simmonds and his wife directly took home over £160,000 from the taxpayer last year, as well as claiming for tens of thousands more in other expenses. On top of that, IPSA rules allow MPs to claim £27,875 a year for rent. He says that is not enough to bring up his family in London. Guido imagines his missus told him he wasn’t going anywhere so he might as well start on getting a proper job and making some proper money…


350 Comments

  1. 1
    Ron Barras says:

    Another scummer on the take.

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    • 4
      Toxic Labour for Spongers, Scroungers, Parasites, Criminals, Layabouts & other Wasters says:

      What planet do these people live on? I’m paying extortionate taxes to fund these parasites and they’re still whingeing.

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      • 67
        ,,, says:

        What has this non-entity actually done for that money?

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        • 108
          Casual Observer II says:

          Fuck all — apart from supporting the Bumsex Deficiteer Camercnut.

          Great news that one more such t(u)rd is leaving

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        • 180
          Barracco Barner says:

          Well, here’s a comment in his local rag by a member of his constituency: “Would “negative ” be a fair discription on Marks impact on the Boston & Skegness constituency ?” Terse, what?

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          • Dung says:

            He is known in his constituency as “Sat-Nav”, because the useless t’osser needs one to find the place.

            All the whining about being in London is cobblers too- he’s got a business there (Estate Agent, the spivvy t’wat).

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    • 21
      Django says:

      I don’t think anybody will miss his departure for a bigger trough!

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    • 63
      Anonymous says:

      Gay boyfriends without kids are much cheaper…

      Maybe that explains why so many MP’s….

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    • 115
      Wanker watch says:

      Drop this parasite into Helmand province or better still Iraq. C unt.

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    • 121
      EU Funded Kn0b Jockey says:

      “The fact is that al-Qaeda, IS, and the other related terrorist organizations function as the CIA’s Arab legion. They are used to weaken and overthrow governments as well as to act as a constant bogeyman for populations back home so that civil liberties and Constitutional rights will be sacrificed willingly for the perception of security.

      When these proxy armies begin to endanger oil production or any other project of the world oligarchy, however, they are eliminated and the threat that they pose is neutralized.”

      That may be correct but another scenario is that after a lot of ordnance is blown up in the empty desert, ISIS will be called back by their handlers and head to another area. There are already reports that they are retreating. Moving assets around is fairly typical in any criminal enterprise. Syria is still on the table as well as Lebanon and beyond.

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    • 129
      Tom Catesby. says:

      Bye bye Mark, will be sadly missed, don’t know how you ever managed on 160 K plus exe’s. Do you know any more whinging throughers want to f^vk off with you?

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      • 134
        Anonymous says:

        He says he cant afford the rent on a flat in Westminster to have his kids over, apart from the fact that he could commute to Westminster from somewhere cheaper, he sounded a real whinger.If he really wanted to be an MP he would find a way around it.

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        • 198
          IZIZ says:

          An MP should have the initiative and creativity to find solutions to such problems.
          Budget reduction is actually main part of the job. It is obvious that he is an incompetent moron who lacks any of the required abilities.

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          • Norm Normal says:

            He could always not bother being an MP and do something else like Gordon and Galloway who hardly ever turn up at the Commons.

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        • 326
          Cinna says:

          He’s one of those c’nts that only want to be an MP as a stepping stone until something else turns up. The Mencsh woman was another. The sad fact is the “Tory” party is littered with them.

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        • 343
          MPsaremostlyscum says:

          Don’t forget that this sponger is reported to have also made £500K profit on the sale of his taxpayer funded house in South West London (on which he presumably paid no tax)

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    • 173
      its a R.I.P.-off says:

      1 it pulls faces

      2 its an estate agent

      3 it thought its talents suited international diplomacy

      4 (in cumbrian) – its brokk

      5 gosh!

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    • 269
      Banned says:

      ‘Lizbeth’, because Elizabeth sounds too common for his haughty wife.

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    • 342
      Dave the pleb says:

      Another whining, self-important tosser who wouldn’t last 5 minutes in the private sector and who has a vastly inflated sense of his own importance / competence.

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      • 346
        30 feet of 3/4" boiled and stretched hemp rope says:

        In light of his failure to declare a personal interest in Circle Healthcare whilst supporting the Health and Social Care Bill in Parliament, I would, as any future employer, be questioning his personal integrity.

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    • 347
      astounded of royal whitney houston says:

      does he means he smells another property boom – to him perhaps the real world?

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      • 348
        gaderene SWINESHEAD revisited says:

        And he saith unto them, Why are ye fearful, O ye of little faith? Then he arose, and rebuked the winds and the sea; and there was a great calm.

        27 But the men marvelled, saying, What manner of man is this, that even the winds and the sea obey him!

        28 And when he was come to the other side into the country of the Gergesenes, there met him two possessed with devils, coming out of the tombs, exceeding fierce, so that no man might pass by that way.

        29 And, behold, they cried out, saying, What have we to do with thee, Jesus, thou Son of God? art thou come hither to torment us before the time?

        30 And there was a good way off from them an herd of many swine feeding.

        31 So the devils besought him, saying, If thou cast us out, suffer us to go away into the herd of swine.

        32 And he said unto them, Go. And when they were come out, they went into the herd of swine: and, behold, the whole herd of swine ran violently down a steep place into the sea, and perished in the waters.

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    • 350
      Jim says:

      Goodbye and good riddance to the useless sponging twerp.

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  2. 2
    IDS says:

    Troughing Barsteward.

    I can live on £53 a week.

    Which leaves £14 after my first breakfast of the week.

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    • 3
      Ed Miliband says:

      The weekly shop for me, the wife, and the kids only costs that.

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    • 44
      The Growler says:

      IDS old love, free house on Pa in laws estate , +child allowance, and bet you didn’t pay rent or rates, when are you going to show us how wifey and sproggs and yourself can live on £53 pw why that’s a round of drinks in the Fawkes newsroom costs!!

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      • 220
        Parliament Suggestion Box says:

        Bercow speaks. Pay attention Guido silly little man.

        Suggestion posted 2011 nov 1 from IDS

        Request All users of toilets to pay £2 for each visit. Cost to include as much paper torn off roll in 1 minute, clean wipe of bowl by duty attendent, running water and soap. Vending machines, those selling plastic, £10.

        Example success: ALl DWP claimants to keep itenary of their time space survey of habits. Failure to do will see no payments from DWP bank for 3 months. Claimant complaining shall require new submission of claims, no backdating.

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        • 312
          Fred the pensioner says:

          Keeping detailed time sheets of how civil servants spend their day was a G Brown “initiative” (by some dumfuk think tank oik in No 10). Those concerned used to spend half their time filling in pre-printed forms and trying to remember wtf they had been doing for the past 2 hours.

          Lots of ways to waste money if you think creatively!

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  3. 5
    John Bercow says:

    I understand the boy’s feelings. I’ll take a taxi to his leaving party.

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  4. 6
    Ed Moribund says:

    CON 34. LAB 33, LD 12, UKIP 9.

    When I lose, first thing I’m going to do is go to the offices of the Telegraph and kick Dan Hodges in the balls.

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  5. 8
    Disgusted of Neasden says:

    I predict there will be no shortage of applicants for his job next year.

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  6. 9

    Plus the free shags in voting time, don’t forget that. Must be worth a fiver or two.

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  7. 10
    Dr Witchbottom says:

    I hope that Kellie will clean behind the fridge now.

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    • 228
      Starts School as girl aged 5 2017 september. School to attend tbd says:

      Give her a chance, she has barely been a girl for two weeks.

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  8. 11
    Diane Fatbott says:

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  9. 12
    Stingray fan says:

    Goodbye. You didn’t accomplish anything.

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  10. 13
    BBC says:

    £170,000? Pittance! We wouldn’t get out of bed for less than £250k

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  11. 15
    concrete pump says:

    £13,005:38. on office costs..?!

    Are all his hard copies on fucking vellum, held together with 18ct paperclips.

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  12. 16

    B’arroso had a chat with the boyz today:

    If that fails, get Nigel to have a word.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  13. 19
    The Lone Ranger says:

    So Nick Wood wants more Americans to fight more wars. Anyone would imagine that he’s a chap with vast experience of killing, dying and get ting blood splashed over your mate when a RPG blows off the bottom half of your body. He’s already signing up for the Marine Corps? National Guard? Actually no, he’s Chief Executive of Media Intelligence Partners. Great, get some other kid to do the dying for you. Coward, hypocrite and wanker all come to mind.

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    • 61
      The Growler says:

      So called celebrities and politicians love topontificate on various topics as they arise, but they will not get themselves or family involved, if this Nick Wood is the ex rugby player he went to Oxford don’t you know.

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    • 110
      Mr Tony says:

      Works for me.

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  14. 20
    Sovietsalami63 says:

    Sovietsalami63 Here ,
    The British government is and has been for 20 yeears or More unofficially committing Terrorist atrocities around the world ,including destabilising Leftwing democratically elected governments including Britain.
    Snowdens Notes are nothing,there are links to Primeministers office and British army and Monarch.

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  15. 22
    Cherie Blair says:

    £173K for a whole year’s work!
    What a complete failure! God tells me you won’t be able to buy your way into Heaven for that.

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  16. 23
    Wah wah pedal says:

    I’d never heard of this leech before.
    Enjoy your 15 minutes Sir.

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    • 27
      A BIT OF COMMON SENSE says:

      Yes, It sound like the RATS are leaving the sinking ship. The “CON” party is fucked.

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      • 64
        Baromess ₩arsi says:

        More like flying higher after ditching excess baggage.

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      • 344
        NE Frontiersman says:

        A whole clutch of minor ministerial nonentities are leaving early so that their ‘purdah’ period will have run its course before the MP’s salary runs out, and they can go straight into the job where they will sell the confidences they learned in government.
        Merely good planning.
        Never for one moment get the idea they do anything that isn’t self-serving.

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  17. 26
    A BIT OF COMMON SENSE says:

    And the MSM call the UKIP mep’s taking the piss out of the “taxpayer” WTF is going on?
    C’mon somthing has to “done”
    This bloke is taking the piss to the extreme… and now after this representive of “JO PUBLIC” is going to piss off with the ill gotten gains…
    FFs I’m def. going to vote UKIP next May

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  18. 28
    Mike Hardcock says:

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      A BIT OF COMMON SENSE says:

      Attached to some concrete boots in the deepest part of the Solent..give something for the crabs to eat….. No! even they have taste

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  19. 29
    bigmax says:

    He could do what millions of people who work in London but who couldn’t afford to live there have had to do over the last 50-60 years. He could rent, or buy at our expense, a house in one of the commuter towns around London and travel in by train every day. That’s what ordinary people do.

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    • 45
      Vote Tory, get unlimited immigration says:

      +1 My dad did that from 1969 to 1992. A one-hour commute into London, changing at Clapham Junction for London Victoria. And he did it for a heck of a lot less than £180K.

      And for the first 7 yearss he had to walk two miles from the house to the station.

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      • 55
        JJ says:

        Them were the days! Before Tony Blair.

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      • 86

        MY Dad did ALL that and for the first EIGHT years, he lived in a cardboard box in’t middle of t’road and got up half an hour before he went to bed

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        • 138
          You don't know ya born! says:

          That were nowt! My dad had to get up two days before work, walk fifty mile t’station and then carry the train into town.

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          • One, two, miss a few, 99, 100! says:

            Back in my day, candles weren’t for lighting, they were for heating!

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          • David CameraOn says:

            That were nowt! My Dad used to travel in a carriage packed with 100 people pressed together like cattle, in searing heat…no, wait, that was me – yesterday…! :) Still, at least the government is spending £50 billion on High Speed Rail for the highly paid.

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          • Franklin Arkright says:

            A train ! You posh Yorkshire git.

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      • 88
        Just Saying says:

        The head honcho of global consultancy at PWC travelled from Stratford on Avon to No1 Tower Bridge every day leaving at 6am and returning by 8pm and did this every day until he retired when it required two younger people to replace him.
        Simmonds complains he is living in hotel rooms (even he admits they are upscale) and cannot afford to rent a house for his family in London.
        Methinks his new boss will find that this oik has not been doing his job for Africa, and so is jumping before being pushed.
        What will he do in Clacton? Surely the local council up north do not pay so much?

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    • 72
      inside out says:

      They don’t start work very early or work late nowadays,and work a four and half day week in the Commons.What is his gripe about living an hours commute from his place of work millions of the rest of us have to.

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  20. 30
    Glyn H says:

    Why on earth should he bring up his children in London? He is MP for some place in the boondocks where his family should be.

    If you want to be an MP sort your life out first and only when a proven success and financially independant apply for public service. What a twerp

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    • 89

      It’s that kind of outmoded, antiquated thinking that got us where we are now

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      • 147
        Wasn't us mister says:

        Why did he take the job as MP, he knew what the money was and what expenses he could get, if he considered his pay low, then more fool him, let him get a job elsewhere for the money he requires to live in London, somebody else can try and live on what he got as compensation for being an MP, at least 30million people would happily take on the job , so move move and let someone else in the trough.

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  21. 31
    Wasn't us mister says:

    Networking done now for the real money, plus an nice little MPs pension when he retires, bye bye we didn’t know who you were and we didn’t really care, next trougher please.

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  22. 34
    Rotherhampoofta says:

    What an utter hoon!

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    • 77
      The Growler says:

      12426 majority, I wonder if UKip will dent that majority, Boston, a town that is surrounded by miles of of agricultural land

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      • 153
        Foghorn says:

        ….and a veritable army of Eastern Europeans…

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        • 168
          One, 2, miss a few, 99, 100! says:

          You can vote in a UK parliamentary general election if you’re registered to vote and:

          – aged 18 or over on polling day
          – a British citizen, Commonwealth citizen or a citizen of the Irish Republic
          not legally excluded from voting (eg because you’re in prison)

          You can’t vote in a UK parliamentary general election if you are:

          – under 18
          – a member of the House of Lords
          – a European Union citizen (and not also a British, Irish or Commonwealth citizen)
          – in prison (apart from remand prisoners)

          It’s not the number of EU people living in the UK that you have to worry about. It’s their leeching bosses who make money hand over fist by hiring cheap labour and leave UK workers out to dry. They pay FA Corporation Tax (after expenses, etc) and foist the rest of the bills and expenditure on the State (Unemployment benefit for the UK Citizens without work, Schools, Housing, Health, etc). THEY’RE the REAL Traitors in this equation..

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      • 154
        boredhousehusband says:

        UKIP should really mess with the heads of the Lefties and get a Polish speaking candidiate :D

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  23. 39
    Dr Witchbottom says:

    If he wants his kids with him in London then they’ll be going to school in London or boarding, so why doesn’t he get a house in London and a flat in his constituency ?

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  24. 40
    Owen Jones says:

    To:
    The Crown Prosecution Service, The Senior Prosecutor

    To bring about a prosecution against George Galloway MP under S.5(1) of the Public Order Act 1986

    Sincerely,
    Owen Jones

    This is going viral ,thank you X

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    • 83
      ABC says:

      Ah yes, the ZioLoons persecuting democratically elected british polticians to further their illeagal racist colony abroad.
      If you don’t like him, why don’t you fuck off back to Russia, your real “Homeland”!

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      • 117
        Baromess ₩arsi says:

        Respect party has no real work to do?

        Gorgeous George has a worse attendance record that Gordon Brown. That’s a stunning achievement!

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      • 171
        One, 2, miss a few, 99, 100! says:

        I agree! Am I to ‘fuck off back to Russia too’? I’m from Yorkshire douchebag, why don’t you ‘fuck off back to Venezuela’ – you socialist cock stand.

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  25. 42
    Pedantic & Irritable Sod says:

    I hope they’ll be very happy when they find he has to take a massive pay cut for his next job.

    Unbelievable greed.

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    • 87
      The Growler says:

      He has had healthcare company connections in the past got into a bit of hot water not mentioning he had an interest in said healthcare company, naughty boy

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  26. 43
    ALDI says:

    If we did MP’s expenses they’d probably be the cheapest expenses in the world.

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  27. 47
    I'm telling you as it is.. says:

    No – he’s right.. £250k doesn’t go that far.. not with 4 kids. Honestly., and I mean really, really, honestly.

    I’m not kidding either. At all.

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  28. 49
    JustSayNo_toFriendsofIsrael says:

    “CFI works to promote its twin aims of supporting Israel and promoting Conservatism. With close to 2,000 activists as members – alongside 80% of Tory MPs – CFI is active at every level of the Party.

    Conservative Friends of Israe organises numerous events in and around Westminster, takes Conservative parliamentarians and candidates on delegations to Israel, campaigns hard for Tory candidates in target seats, and works to ensure that Israel’s case is fairly represented in Parliament. ”

    http://www2.cfoi.co.uk/AboutCFI/Whatwedo/

    ======================================
    Anybdy see anything wrong with this set up ?

    Our government ‘owned’ by a foreign self-interest group.
    [Along with the other main parties.]

    It is simply wrong : it’s not in the interests of the UK electorate, nor in the UK national interests.

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    • 53
      Ed "oy vey" Miliband says:

      “Anybdy see anything wrong with this set up ?”

      Nope, not really.

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    • 57
      George Galloway says:

      Zionism = J*wish Civil/National Rights. Anti-Zionism is the deepest type of Antisemitism; denying the rights of J*ws to defend themselves.

      I.ve been a bloody fool ,but I’m now beginning to see the light.

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      • 142
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        Anti-sem.itism is not a criminal offence in the UK – but the dirty j’s in the EU have been working desperately in the shadows to make it such … they had planned it for 2012 … but lots of people thwarted their dirty little plans – i included.

        Zioj’s – are the real string-pullers behind the scenes in the EU.

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  29. 54

    Michael Crick suggesting these idiotic comments will help UKIP

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  30. 58
    Anonymous says:

    My heart bleeds purple piss

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  31. 60

    Lunchtime! Smoked salmon with a Caesar salad and Nicoise potatoes. After that, I’ll spend some time reading my Nobel Peace Prize citation.

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  32. 65

    Designed by: Vse Putyom (All is Cool):

    Get ‘em while you can.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  33. 66
    Rabbi Owen Jones says:

    Look! In Israel, nobody is beheading, burning, stoning, raping, crucifying others!! Hmmmm…wat’s gaza doing right now?

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  34. 91
    Anonymous says:

    If you strip out employer’s national insurance contributions (13.8%), office costs and staffing costs, then he’s not really earning a fortune, is he?

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  35. 93
    Lividword 4 : the solution to Nick & Ned says:

    Well, most of it, anyway. Some things need to be left for the culprits to work out for themselves.

    http://bit.ly/1nFbz8a

    Across :
    1. Locater. 9. Forestall. 11. Buteo. 13. Elbow. 15. Dive. 16. Romeo. 17. Suspicion.
    18. Saree. 19. Smooch. 20. Chabouk. 22. LOL. 23. Probe. 25. Auras. 27. New.
    28. Zoo. 31. Ecosystem. 32. Assinine. 34. Fakirs. 36. Cold blood. 37. Skiing.
    39. Parsnips. 42. Mnemonics. 44. Its. 46. Lad. 47. Finch. 48. Hokum. 50. Ply.
    53. Oak tree. 56. Snuffs. 59. Prole. 61. Whale-bone.* 62. Newer. 63. Eyre. 64. Ogres.
    65. Risks. 66. Intrinsic. 67. Ensures.
    Down :
    2. Oilpaper. 3. Towies. 4. Reredos. 5. Frump. 6. Cassia. 7. Elastomers. 8. Roundel.
    9. Forecourt. 10. Stoic. 11. Blinky. 12. Thickly. 14. Ode. 21. Havoc. 23. Proof.
    24. Exocrine. 26. Armada. 29. Ticklish. 30. Anon. 33. Alumni. 35. Away. 38. Gleam.
    40. Planktonic. 41. Stone. 43. Eccentric. 45. Cymbals. 49. Unsleeve. 50. Prewarm.
    51. Sobers. 52. Offence. 54. Reests. 55. Ennui. 57. Sprogs. 58. Twist. 60. Reg

    
    

    *Slight cock-up as you pass through 61 Across – oops !
    Or perhaps it’s proof that Ned can’t spell his own name !

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  36. 94
    Kellie Maloney says:

    As a boxing promoter, there’s nothing I like more than a good fisting.

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    • 104
      MOLLY MALONEY (without a cockle) says:

      It’s always been my ambition the be regularly ” Battered around the ring”

      MFHSoC

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    • 111
      Casual Observer II says:

      You are an exhibitionist. Just piss off and live as you wish, without all this self indulgent publicity.

      After all, in Dave’s Bumsex Paradise all varieties of freaks are equal.

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      • 118
        DYNOROD DAVE says:

        I say you chaps at Eton it was compulsory to take a good rodding by the whole dorm without blubbering what

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  37. 95
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Greedy C**t!

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    • 339
      Fred the pensioner says:

      That was my first thought too – except I used ‘git’ instead of your noun. Alliteration, see?

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  38. 99
    Remotely Controlled says:

    So , Simmonds is quitting his seat before the next election. Nothing to with the fact UKIP swept the county council elections in his constituency last time out?

    Have lived in Boston for 13 years, never saw him or even heard from him , except for the generic postal p!ss that passes for political engagement.

    He’s almost as pointless as the weekly letter that is published in the local paper from ” Boston Labour Councillors” .

    UKIP for me , same as I voted in the last (County and Euro) elections.

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  39. 100
    I Roger Boys MP says:

    Nice to see the helpful hand of the British public is still alive and well
    And that chivalry is not dead ,

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    • 116
      Wanker watch says:

      Useless c unt is a deadcert for a Darwin award when he fails to hear the oncoming juggernaught when crossing the road in a world of his own listening to his beats.

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      • 151
        DYNOROD DAVE says:

        Nice to see the husband let his wife go and get the baby , then cross the live rail to retrieve the shopping

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    • 331

      Should have put the brake on the pushchair before leaving it.

      Ideally, it should not have been left, but do not know what they were needing to manage out of shot.

      Vote UKIP :-D

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  40. 103
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Any comment yet from Baroness Varsi on the persecuted Christians in Iraq. Thought not.

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  41. 105
    Mr ham says:

    I have never said anything before
    What a greedy bastard

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  42. 107
    voice of reason says:

    Hey, here’s a thought. In the next election let’s not vote any of the c’unts in. Then they will be at our ‘level’ and will have to live under their own laws. HA HA HA HAAAAAAAAH.

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  43. 112

    Another pig with his snout in the trough

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  44. 113
    non taxable pikey says:

    Following from “Now Lebanon” news: https://now.mmedia.me/lb/en/mena/559813-foreign-media-protest-hamas-harassment-in-gaza

    How about that, a European News Team beaten up for filming an anti-Hamas protest in Gaza. MSM didn’t cover that one.

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  45. 119
    I-raq Turkey Mozz Drone Shoot says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/mortgageshome/article-2721816/Landlords-check-immigration-status-tenants-2015.html

    Govt to trial on a town yet to be decided.

    Of the 400 possibles, try Slough.

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  46. 123
    Dr Witchbottom says:

    I imagine SC is memorizing ammunition to machine-gun us with tomorrow

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  47. 124
    Ukip MEP says:

    Disgusting. I’m off to read mein kampf.

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    • 178
      Union Of Soviet Socialist Republics says:

      Hitler was a novice, we killed more innocent people you ignorant Socialist tramp.

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      • 212
        IZIZ says:

        It’s antisemitic to mention that a large number of Bo;sheviks were J3wish and in charge of killing millions of russians just before WW2. Their families now largely live in the Stolen Land.

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  48. 125

    M’ickey R’ourke interview on P’utin T-Shirts:

    ‘I have purchased in GUM eight T-shirts with the image of V’ladimir P’utin’

    Very uncomfortable interview. Worth watching to get a handle on propaganda.

    Question as to which flag M’ickey would fight under (boxing) in R’ussia was telling.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 140
      Look Ma, no apostrophes says:

      Micky Rourke Putin Vladimir Russia.

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      • 144

        Thanks – I may avoid apostrophe’s on those words moving forward.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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          Leveraging the rich immersive buzzword bingo community experience says:

          Did you write “moving forward” to be funny, or are you really one of those c*nts that actually says, “moving forward”? ;-)

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          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          You really don’t get it do you EUPET – you’s the one who is most ‘one-sided’ biased on this blog … i mean it’s not as if your numerous and word mangling rhetorical drivel doesn’t clearly disclose that you have some very heavy ‘blinkers’ around your ‘perceptions’ of what is and what is not …. just your endless one-sided biased mantras eh?

          You write “too much” and “too often” – to be taken of any seriousness … your ‘popping up on here’ some time ago and subsequent endless drivel has not been noticed by anyone on here whatsoever like – Dohhhhhhhhhhh

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          • concrete pump says:

            Wow..! That’s him told.

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            Conc pimp – you’re highly entertaining for you ‘lack of any proper content’

            When is Hevay metal running again – i declined to back it ‘t other day saw that its value had depleted somewhat… U P R I C K.

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          • M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

            you’s the one who is most ‘one-sided’ biased on this blog

            says the single issue fanatic who bends EVERYTHING back round to Isr­ael.

            wibble wibble

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    I-raq Mozz Drone Turkey Shoot says:

    Gonna make Gaza look like a child tea party.

    Now watch this drive. Fore!

    Baz O’Bomba

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    White rabbit says:

    To cheer myself up after relentless bad news, I’ve just gone and watched
    Margaret Hodge pretending to understand stuff on committee of endless
    bolllocks. None of the members of said committee remotely believe she’s
    got a clue. And as for the brain boxes being shouted at, they can hardly
    contain their contempt.

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      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Personally speaking, if I had ever been dragged onto a committee I would keep it quiet and the remunerations that went with it.

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  51. 131
    I-raq Mozz Drone Turkey Shoot says:

    Like a cheapo fair, without the bent rifles. A dime for a raghead. Hey, this Hamjam guy…want to talk it up, dude?

    Baz O

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    the tailor of Wakefield says:

    I liked my analogy so much I think I will repeat it.
    If a body has a parasite which is harmless but which occasionally mutates into the Ebola virus, is it better to find a cure for the mutation or for the original parasite ?

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  53. 139
    Judge Jeffreys says says:

    Shuffle along the trough, New piggy expected OInk OInk Oink!

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  54. 143
    Tasty slags says:

    Eastenders is shite but there are a couple of fit birds on it.

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    One, two, miss a few, 99, 100! says:

    And just how does he think that other families or people manage on 5-10x less than that? Institutional dork who doesn’t think that he’s being kept in the usual luxury that he deserves. Fk him, and the Millionaire Tory horse he rode in on.

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  56. 148

    Water war ?

    Vote UKIP :-D

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      I-raq Mozz Drone Turkey Shoot says:

      Shouldn’t ham jam and his race of anti democracy cretins be interned by now? Perhaps na to could assist our weak authorities.

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        Not just yet.

        But the illusion that the UK is a successfully integrated m’ulti-c’ultural society should be abandoned sooner rather than later, just so as people are not shocked when reality kicks in.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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          Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

          Don’t be daft

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          • Vote Tory, get unlimited immigration, HS2, EU arrest warrant, sharia law & the snoopers' charter says:

            Ha ha ha ha ha ha! It just gets funnier and funnier, every time you post it!

            Whoever said Dimmy Dave’s diminishing band of witless cretins lacked a sense of humour had clearly never read your side-splittingly funny comments!

            Oh, wow. “Don’t be daft”. God, the comic genius!

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          • the tailor of Wakefield says:

            No, for once he has made a correct observation

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          Islam: death cult, severe mental illness, or both? says:

          I agree with you. I think the reality is kicking in quite nicely.

          Yesterday’s Sunday Times was a case in point – almost every page of the main section’s first 10 pages carried stories about muzzies going ape in whatever part of the world they tend to infest, particularly interesting was the article about mad muzzies attacking other muzzies in London and Birmingham for celebrating the end of Ramadan “by singing”.

          I think the English are quite reserved but there is inevitably a snapping point and in my view we’re not too far from it.

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          • Many muzzies in the UK are moderate, but those numbers one would suspect are diminishing.

            That is not based on prejudice, but just reasoning based on the actions of the more extreme I’mam’s (eg. Hamjam…) and the long term prospects as per the younger ones.

            An ex-Pr!mark employee from the UK was one of the more recent killed out in Syr!a.

            When the positive discrimination stops and E’nglish identity begins to kick back in properly that will separate the men from the boys.

            This is happening across Europe, not just UK.

            There is also this:

            http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/kosovo-police-arrests-suspected-terrorists

            In the UK, note that when the police are protecting the muzzies, they are in fact keeping them separate from the locals, and protecting us from them.

            Having a number in the UK may buy the UK access to the higher echelons of the c’aliphate if that gets going. Given what appears to be the UK’s bad luck in this area of late, one can only hope that not too many locals die if the plan fails.

            Vote UKIP :-D

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            EU PET – don’t forget a hundred and one rabbi’s – who for all of their lives have promoted the Israelis’ ‘propaganda lies’. A few of them i.e. Those atop really know what’s going on – the rest are just idiot fools – and have been for all of their own lives.

            e.g. Many of them were against Gay marriage – but were told / ordered from ‘upon high’ to go the other way … ‘telling it is’.

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          the tailor of Wakefield says:

          oh dear, mine addressed to 169

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          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          EUPET you said “… when reality kick in …”

          is that the reality that you perceive in ‘telling us all’ on here what is to be and what it not to be ‘according to yourheadupRsedness’?

          If you had an argument to make – make it in simple easy flowing sentences. don’t drown yourself out with reams and reams of fucking drivel.

          There are many on here who might agree with the content of what i have written about you EUPET but some of them just can’t let their ‘misconceptions of i’ get in the way of their blinkers also.

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          • You’re just sore because of the earlier Twitter jibe. Was meant in good jest. :-)

            One doesn’t dictate reality to anyone. The one referred above is more the reality that many others mention here, and elsewhere. May have denied previously but such denial is not necessarily ‘blinkers’ but may have been for a reason.

            Posts do project a certain reality, one which really applies more beyond our border, but which is important to have a handle on. Perhaps a bit US / EU / UK biased, but then we are in the West.

            Once R’ussia makes its decision broader perceptions will change. At present their decision appears 100% X-Stal clear. If you refer back through posts on this site past few months you should have a fairly accurate historical account with reasonable analysis – except for the bits the site owner has trimmed – of how this inflexion point was reached.

            FWIW: The sock-puppets have not been kind to you. That has distracted from your actual message which on certain matters is important.

            The following is a good policy:
            Admit nothing; deny everything; make counter-accusations.

            But a very good question that everyone (including you) should ask themselves now is:

            ‘What if everything I know (or believe to be true) is wrong ?’

            When that question has been properly considered, then the blinkers really do come off.

            Vote UKIP :-D

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          • the tailor of Wakefield says:

            proscribe islam

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            EUPET – i THANK YOU [and emphasise it by the shouting] for once again ‘killing your own argument’ in your OWN comment.

            You stated:
            “The following is a good policy:
            Admit nothing; deny everything; make counter-accusations.”

            Which of course is lawyer/judge/politician legalese speak – of which i DO NOT have to descend to the level of.

            Now – Thank you once again. i’m loving your inverted rhetoric.

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            @eupet – In other words EUPET – the least said; soonest mended

            i.e. STFU.

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          • @BW: You may want to check that phrase more closely. It’s broadly related to j’udgement more than j’ustice in the cards.

            I would put it to you to figure out if what you think you know or believe to be true is wrong or not.

            You don’t need the policy to find logical flaws in the above, but you should apply the question to that policy, and maybe think vice versa.

            Vote UKIP :-D

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    JustSayNo_toFriendsofIsrael says:

    Just confirms that the ‘political elite’ is still way out of touch with the electorate.

    If the guy had half a brain, he would have stuck with the bog standard, non-controversial “I want to spend more time with my family” routine – rather than flouncing out because he doesn’t get enough cash.

    Not the brightest: could have been PM if he hung around long enough…

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      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      A word of advice – yes the ZioIsraelis are scum – but don’t take your eye off of the corporation of the City of London either while we are all pointed over there and there and there at gaza, syria, !ran, !raq and eastwards.

      The money laundering worlds centre is the City of London – e.g. why else would the worlds most criminally rich be welcomed to London? Umm think about it.

      The zio’s operate out of Lon and its district council (DC) Washington – but don’t ignore the hunts behind and under the faux state of the Vatican.

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      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      in fact – in simple The VATiscam & CoLon

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      tabblenabble03 says:

      +1

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      M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

      wibble x 2

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    Taxpayer says:

    Well perhaps he shouldn’t have backed Tosser Dave in his quest to hammer the middle classes with ludicrous marginal tax rates.

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    Labour soar past Tories to take seven-point lead in latest ICM poll
    Poll comes after resignation of Sayeeda Warsi over Gaza and Boris Johnson’s return-to-parliament pledge

    Grauniad

    Probably more to do with Camo’s izrail mute stance, sorry Eid.

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      Owen "Brownshirt" Jones says:

      That’s quite good news, because while I fucking hate Labour and wish that every Labour supporter would die of rectal cancer, I fucking hate the Tories just as much.

      What is a bit worrying is this:

      “The Liberal Democrats are unchanged on 12%”

      Seriously? 12% of the population are clinically insane?

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        Fred the pensioner says:

        No no! You must realise the difference between the very small carefully chosen, select, group of Grauniad and Independent readers from the rest of the population who were not asked for their opinion.

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    JustSayNo_toFriendsofIsrael says:

    “…Little kids throw mock grenades and pretend to shoot big guns; a boy crawls militant-style as gun-wielding adults cheer him on; a girl wearing a pink dress carries a rocket launcher twice her size.

    How could there ever be peace when kids are trained to aspire toward violence and militancy?

    But instead, when I turned on my computer this morning, I couldn’t find a thing on any of the sites that track hate in the Middle East. None of my newsy friends even dedicated a Facebook status. No one seemed to really care. And for one reason: the people in question weren’t Palestinians, but right-wing J*wish settlers…”

    //blogs.forward.com/forward-thinking/197866/when-israelis-teach-their-kids-to-hate/#ixzz3A7D9RAQ1

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    • 164
      Owen "Brownshirt" Jones says:

      Right-wing J3ws are scum. I look forward to their annihiliation at the hands of Hamas. Hamas already have the homos, lesbians and filthy whore feminists in their sights. The J3ws be almost collateral!

      Heil Hitler!

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    • 192
      "a girl wearing a pink dress carries a rocket launcher twice her size......" says:

      ….takes me way back to the rear seat of The Corsair, Old Redding, Middlesex, circa 1966, mate.

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        Yeah...right.... says:

        But you were only two and three quarter years old in ’66, Dave.

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          "a girl wearing a pink dress carries a rocket launcher twice her size......" says:

          Ha ha. I was, what is known in the trade as, a fast learner, mate. Father used to allow me to make four-to-two scrunches on his gearstick before I could even lift a pint glass, mate.
          Fuck knows where he is now.

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    the tailor of Wakefield says:

    I might try to refine my question over the next few days

    If a society is infected with a parasitic society which is harmless but which occasionally mutates into a murderous virus, is it better to find a cure for the mutation or for the original parasite ?

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  62. 183
    George Gobaway ( ex Libor MP ) says:

    PLEASE SIGN TO GET ME BANGED UP IN PRISON http://chn.ge/1pLoiKE

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    • 236
      Anonymous says:

      George Galloway has got more guts in his little finger than you have in your entire pathetic little non-entity body.

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      • 241
        Wotak Hunt says:

        Said the feeble Anonymous.

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          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          Attack the man – but deflect from the real subject matter – that’s an old goebbels trick innit … and btw what of:

          who was it who ‘used’ the old mantra [much used by the msm] of ‘if you state it enough times the masses will believe it’ [Re: Hitler / MOS/ UKIP]?

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        It's an elephant in the room. says:

        He’s also an MP which makes him untouchable by plod and all the laws of the land.

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    It is telling that the loudest rabid extreme citizens of Gaza seen, on Al Jaz actually, were naqibbed harridans like creatures from another world. Terrifying. An ideology that possesses it’s believers this way is truly something that does not belong in Europe.

    No extremist dress please Weak Leaders.

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      the tailor of Wakefield says:

      I have been thinking about violence quite a bit for the last couple of months. Not that I want to kill anybody, far from it, but the reality of it.
      For example a guy wants your house that you have for sale at 100 thousand less than the asking price. you say no and he tells you that bad things will happen to you and your family at some random time unless you do as he says.
      What do you do ?
      your car is vandalized. your daughter is harassed just generally you feel in a bad place.
      You are out there being normal but there is a undercurrent that can take you away. What do you do ?
      probably there are better examples but what I am saying is that there is little that you can do against an intelligent determined criminal unless we have a very strong Police who will take down these people.
      My opinion is that the police know who all these people are but they look on it as just stuff going on. Perhaps today’s policemen watched too much television.
      anyway that is one aspect of current preoccupation with application of violence in problem solving scenarios.

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  64. 194
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    HHHHEEEEEEELLLLLLPPPPP !!!!

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    David Axlegrease says:

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    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    The issue of ‘Land theft’ has become a very topical subject matter.

    And the hunts in the city of london – better start working something out – LIKE YESTERDAY – you masonic fuckers.

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      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      e.g. Some years ago and quite out of context with the situation; i was called ‘The Rude Man’ by a knobhead lawyer in a witness statement that he made.

      To repeat but with emphasis – “Completely out of fucking context” and very “fucking odd” [NOT] were his wordings … ho hum – what goes around comes around and masons and their tools can all get fucked.

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    Mark Nomark became an MP knowing the pay was £65,738.

    Have not got time to construct the rest but the argument is obvious.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Bit busy today so couldn’t get back to you on that civil discourse of yesterday. Did however re / clock Maqboul’s ‘oneeyed obsessivness – this afternoon of he making an Rse of himself on the ‘early morning blog’ of ‘Israeli tourists … though.

      His mindset is fixated that it is i who posts all comments. i enjoy his ‘lack of IQ’.

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        Look out, incoming fuckwit !!!!! says:

        You really are a deluded, hateful and bitter glob of tramps wank !!

        You’re the perfect example of a cretin.

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    • 224
      JustSayNo_toFriendsofIsrael says:

      Maybe the UK public should organise Food Banks at Westminster for those impoverished MP’s…?

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    • 232
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Clocked your taxi thingy earlier – indeed.

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    In tonight’s Al Beeb Ten o Clock Mussie News:

    20 minutes on assorted unspeakable muss crimes and violence
    4 the evils of drink, muss approved
    1 Duff reactors
    1 Kids with no ears
    1. Rory wins
    Followed by ten minutes out of ten of local muss crimes

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  69. 221
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Ok – here’s another clue to the real satanists – Saturn.

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  70. 231
    Anonymous says:

    If Kiev/EU et al attack the aid there will be war.

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  71. 233
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    http://rt.com/uk/173024-scotland-internet-domain-name/

    It looks like the Scots are not content with being cowering wee timorous beasties forever under the English jackboot.

    The YES camp have two trump cards to play which the NO camp have no defence or strategy to challenge.

    1. Only the YES camp can promise no more Tory rule from London, for which a majority of Scots didn’t vote. i.e. (no more Thatcher,Major or Cameron governments).

    2. Whoever wins the next election is going to have to make the most savage cuts in government spending in history, at least 50% over 5 years. Only by voting YES to independence can Scotland avoid those cuts by virtue of having all the oil & whiskey revenue to themselves.
    In fact the Scots can see government spending increase to the level of Norway.

    Dalek Darling and the NO camp have nothing to offer but fear and loathing, they want Scots to betray everything William Wallace and Robert the Bruce fought for.

    So Vote YES vote Freeeedom!

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      The old tunes were the best says:

      The Scots will vote NO, they are too scared to go alone, they are used to people giving them money, not English people going abroad and meeting a Scot and saying dr Livingstone I presume, benefits has them scared of that film with the Aussie in, shouting freedom, just think of all those Scots tunes with brave in the words, they will all have to be changed to fearty scaredy cats.

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  72. 235
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    The current crop of politicians throughout the west are in these days of the twenty first century of supposed intelligence – a disgraceful WORLD-WIDE exhibit of pathetic, self-centred, greedy, low-life SCUM.

    The sins of their forefathers – and they still ‘learn nothing’ and that includes Bibi and Co.

    PATHETIC – excuses for scum that have risen to the top – the lot of them – in government and in opposition.

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  73. 245

    ‘B’ritain is considering a combat role in !raq’

    (Might be a really bad idea to commit large numbers of forces in that theatre)

    Vote UKIP :-)

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  74. 246

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  75. 248

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  76. 249

    @BW: This one is for you :-)

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 262
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Lord Neuberger – is a shill and has plenty of skeletons in his own cupboard(of) deputies.

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        I think more that it fully vindicates your thesis that the UK is under a j’udicial tyranny of sorts.

        J’udges likely have these powers in order to be able to countermand and correct bad political decisions which could impact human rights, but how are the j’udges monitored ?

        B’riscoe has demonstrated most recently that they are far from perfect.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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        • 279
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          The feckin judges are completely beholden to the bank/sters in the City o London – you blinkered bastard.

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          • Only while the money is there. The J’udges retain the real power always.

            A big problem with the UK – this will be part of the reality shift alluded to above – is that it has become way too Marxist in certain areas of its thinking.

            The shift will occur once it is realized that economic power – sanctions on R’ussia in particular – is actually not worth the paper it is printed on.

            Then you’ll see some real changes. (Wonder why C’arney issued the warning the other day about j’ailing the ‘banksters’ ?)

            Vote UKIP :-D

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            every man and every woman retain ‘the power’ – they’re taking it back from the lying bastards – and you are shit scared of calling the judges the biggest criminal trade body – worldwide.

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            @EUPET

            have this statement and think VERY CAREFULLY about it

            i do not bow to anyone – least of all the bastards in the city of London.

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          • The only J’udges in the UK which have power and which I refer are common law J’udges.

            Their power flows from the people.

            Vote UKIP :-D

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  77. 250
    David Cameron says:

    Chillaxing in Portugal…

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  78. 251
    David Cameron says:

    My values are J e w i s h values

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  79. 252

    This is a bit like last year… deja vu ?

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  80. 253
    Ian Duncan-Smith says:

    There is not, and never was, anything called Universal Credit.

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    There have been some interesting KGB related revelations from A’ustralia lately also. The lady Speaker wishes to employ could be of interest.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 257
      Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

      Don’t be daft.

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        Here’s a flavour:

        http://www.smh.com.au/national/agent-albert-mp-listed-as-secret-kgb-informant-in-russian-archives-20140810-102jtm.html

        Aussie Fed Labour MP Albert James was recorded in M’itrokhin’s list of KGB agents according to recently released archives from the C’hurchill college.

        BW often goes on about A’pplebaum’s excellent Gulag history, but the M’itrokhin stuff is equally if not more interesting. Those archives contain some real skeletons.

        Could be some more in the Soviet archives that U’kraine recently decided to release. Some of these revelations are perhaps the real reason why all the p’ed0 stuff has been flying around past few years.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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        • 278
          EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

          You need to research the pa3do – cover up’s in Queensland of old (1970’s – 1990’s) FFS EUPET – you are at least 5 years behind i’s knowledge. And while your at it cross ref Neil Chenoweth / Queensland / BBC / AFN … dumbfuk.

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          • Know about that. Excluding the real cases most of that stuff is connected with similar entrapment stuff as the ops run in the UK.

            Bear in mind that the victim-cult stuff is irrelevant IMHO. Buying into that is almost as bad as committing such acts in the first place – arguably worse.

            Bigger twist for you is the broader picture. Bring T’hailand etc. into your scope to get the real picture down under ;-)

            Interesting question: how far did Sino Intel penetrate ?

            Vote UKIP :-D

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          • EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

            @eupet – i trump you with hard evidence of st . pa.uls Tr.a velers / Bricl.ys ban.k et autres.

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          • non taxable pikey says:

            Pa3do cover ups? Not something we should worry about in Camoron’s Britain. If it was he would have replaced Butler Scloss by now so that Justice could be seen to be done. 29 days, and still counting.

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    Herschel Shmoikel Pinchas Yerucham Krustofsky says:

    Funny how a muslim organisation should have the word ‘ham’ in its name.

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    Vote UKIP :-D

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      It's an elephant in the room. says:

      Is that the same hole the Scots are putting themselves into when they vote NO.

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      Oi, enough already says:

      The very same daily fail was screaming about summer 2014 being the hottest and driest on record, of course they got their story from the UK met office so no wonder it was so wrong.

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

    I think it’s high time that Blair,Bush,Campbell,Powell,Rumsfeld and Cheney were rounded up and parachuted out of the back of a military transport over Baghdad and told that “seeing as they created this bloody mess, that they have 45 minutes to bloody well clean it up, or die trying” :-)

    Obama and Cameron’s popularity ratings would reach all-time highs.

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    • 277
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      i know it’s beyond time that the Internatuional Criminal Court indicted the lot of them – and if they still decline to do that – well what does it say about the ICC and its wigs in office – Owned or not?

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        The ICC has no j’urisdiction in the US.

        It cannot indict either without a referral.

        File a referral and then they may indict, but wouldn’t bother with anyone who has US citizenship.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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    the tailor of Wakefield says:

    I think it is important to realize that this is the time that is prophesied being the final confrontation of Good versus Evil. This is why I think that it would be appropriate for the armies of the sensible countries to unify their armies, amalgamate their treaties descend in great vengeance and obliterate the obscenity, the Islam mutation from the face of the Earth and begin the 3000 years of peace

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    • 285
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Just as long as we can get shot of the current crop of pitiful political pygmies in the UK and the west – who have fucked up decade after decade after decade.

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        the tailor of Wakefield says:

        the prophecy is that the whole world unites to destroy the evil ( which takes 15 years ) then there is a 3 year period of adjustments and then an alien attacks but then a united earth defeats him and then begins the 3000 years of peace.

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    B r e a k i n g Wind says:

    Robin Williams has died.

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  87. 295
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    i will leave it now to EUTwat for now to keep on spinning.

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    the tailor of Wakefield says:

    do you know what ? I am not sure that the current crop of politicians are educated in a way that is helpful in the current emergency state of affairs.
    It is so funny hearing them say ” this must stop” like a girly or what did beefheart call them ” I’m going to find me a birl” ?

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  89. 313
    Laurie Penny says:

    “Although I laugh, and I act like a clown, beneath this mask I am wearing a frown.”

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  90. 315
    George Allahway says:

    ISIS; You either convert to Islam or lose your head.

    Whatever. It’s the same outcome.

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    Oi, enough already says:

    George Galloway? A rabble rouser in search of a rabble to inflame, and he found the perfect rabble in the form of islamism. Easily inflamed and easy to whip into a frenzy of rage, stupid beyond belief and lavishly equipped with bigotry and hatred.

    People like Galloway need their rabble like a heroin addict needs their fix and the same goes for the rabble of course to give the thick rabble a voice, the rabble and their rouser exist in a symbiotic relationship. Its important to realise that Galloway doesnt care about theology, all he wants is a rabble to lead.

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      non taxable pikey says:

      There is a petition on Change at the moment to get that Fker indicted for his speech in Bradford re Israelis.

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    non taxable pikey says:

    The BBC dragged out Major last night to sing the praises of immigrants. Back he goes over 30 or so years and tells us how everything is ok. Get your backside to Tower Hamlets or Bradford John and then tell us it’s ok.

    Meanwhile just across the Channel.

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  93. 322
    I Roger Boys MP says:

    This has got breaking scandal written all over it

    Oh by the way , what did he do with the £500,000 he made from flipping his taxpayer funded house in putney ?

    If he can’t afford to live in London ?

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  94. 323
    Nicolae says:

    #prayforSimmonds Caviar has never been so expensive

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  95. 327
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    My thoughts go out to gary barlow and the rest of the band at this sad time.

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  96. 335
    Simples says:

    Would YOU employ this greedy muppet? Even as a tea boy? Yet it appears someone is going to pay him over £800 a day – probably just to be able to say ‘ex minister’ on the headed notepaper.

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  97. 337
    Anonymous says:

    “£173,000 Simmonds Quits Saying Expenses Are Too Low”
    Welcome to the real world of cutting one’s cloth to fit one’s needs, without recourse to assistance from an account in Saville Row. A life-lesson those north of the border may be willing to embrace. Never mind keeping the pound. If Scotland stays they’ll be lucky to be left with small, if any, change. So Alex. Why not investigate the Isle of Man’s approach to currency? They’ve leveraged that banknote-crown off the Queen’s head, and hocked it for their own ends.

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  98. 338

    Who said UKIP weren’t gonna win any seats next May!

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