August 28th, 2014

Miliband Activated For Tory Splits But Silent on Rotherham Rot


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  1. 1
    Laurie Penny says:

    What about me?

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      Drop the attitude, have a wash, admit you’re a decent left leaning libertarian and join UKIP.

      Meanwhile…

      Vote UKIP :-D

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      táxpáyér says:

      + + + David Cameron Defects to Labour + + +

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      Ed Miliband says:

      Sorry I haven’t tweeted about Rotherham, I’ve been very busy reading Denis’ book about his horrific time in Prison…

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        Dangerous Brian says:

        Ed will be making a statement about Rotherham very shortly, he needs to understand firstly where it is (as he spends so much time in his own constituency and is unfamiliar with “South Yorkshire”) and secondly to understand what the problem is, surely poor disadvantaged and vulnerable white girls only exist in our towns and cities to service the desires of moo slim males who otherwise would have to rein in their natural urges till marriage.
        The infidel kuffar is there to be educated and used by followers of the one true religion, so they might as well get used to it.

        Alli up akbar old lad.

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          Deirdre Barlow's Neck says:

          Even ifLabour ignore the ra pe of children I will still vote Labour because my grandfather voted Labour my Dad voted Labour and I’m a complete dickhead

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        Ed Miliband also says:

        Nothing to see here, weally. I should know. I’m in Doncaster sometimes, and we’ve had stuff go down here almost as bad as Rotherham. Weally. But it didn’t harm me one bit. Audit Commission? [scratches head]? Donnygate? Isn’t that’s on the road from Barnsley? I say, shall we play rubik’s cube?

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    • 48
      Britain's Obama says:

      Miliband Activated For Tory Splits But Silent on Rotherham Rot

      Could also be re-written

      Umunna Activated For Tory Splits But Silent on Rotherham Rot

      https://twitter.com/chukaumunna

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    • 49
      The Growler says:

      “Can anyone spot a major news story from this week that Ed Miliband’s Twitter feed missed?” Yes Geedes, we know, Rotherham, but are you so sure that this is not happening in London with a population 40 times bigger than Rotherham, folks can disappear from view and no one cares, where they don’t even know their next door neighbour.

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      • 61
        JoeDM says:

        Londonistan, Luton, Birmingham, Bradford, etc. …….

        1400 in one town. How many elsewhere?

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          The Growler says:

          10’s of thousands in all probability, the biggest cities with the most. What was that Geedes posted on here about ex senior Tories being a little less that perfect, like Geedes. This has gone on for hundreds on years, time it was sorted out but I have my doubts, once the dust has dies down and a few minor offenders are thrown into clink, and all that means for them, it will be all quietly forgotten until the next time when someone wants to make political capital out of it.

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      • 62
        Anonymous says:

        Or Doncaster only a few miles up the road by taxi

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        Anonymous says:

        Deirdre Barlow’s Neck
        How long before the Rotherham social workers say they need more RESOURCES

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  2. 2
    Owen Jones says:

    David Cameron reacts to UKIP winning in GE2015:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6bDXCWkhV8

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      rupee still the owner of retired NotW says:

      This is his story to make:

      “Disbanding South Yorkshire Labour Party” or something like that.

      This is a correct response to the Rotherham Tradegy by a leader.

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  3. 3
    The Sun Says says:

    Has Rupe been on the line? “Geez – come on, give Cameron a fair go, mate. Why not put up some of that anti-Miliband stuff you do so well…take their minds off the rise of UKIP and the mass immigration figures.”

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      Ed’s Twitter is like Silence of the Lambs, but with child r’ape:

      http://www.politwoops.co.uk/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=miliband

      Total absence of deleted tweets, so couldn’t have sent any in the first place.

      Odd.

      Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 11
      fhip says:

      1400 rapes in Rotherham, 1200 deaths in Mid Stafford!

      As it stands, according to the polls, the stupid sods are still voting Labour.

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        In Charge but Never Responsible says:

        Apart from shoplifting and other petty crime Labour’s chav supporters have only welfare benefit on which to live. Labour pose as their friends by pretending they are deserving.

        Why is Parliament reluctant to sponsor an outside police investigation into such scandals? Could it be that too many MPs have to much to hide?

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    • 59
      The Growler says:

      That seems far too polite for Rupe

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        The Growler says:

        More like, “Fawkes or whatever you call yourself, get bashing that bloke Miliband and get pushing that guy Cameron and the Tories, if not you will be looking for another Sunday paper to write for, you are writing for me, I am paying you, so publish what I say, GET ON WITH IT!”

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    Anonymous says:

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      Dangerous Brian says:

      Common purpose appeasing anti english scum who couldnt care less about their “so called” core support.
      A parachuted in Islington communist shaking hands with a thick as pudding over promoted and over paid “useful idiot” token Yorkshireman.
      I bet Milliband used a wet wipe straight after that encounter.

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      • 52
        Unite Against Labour says:

        It’s our country.

        Let’s take it back.

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      • 53
        Norm Normal says:

        Rotherham is in Yorkshire and rumour has it, many token Yorkshire men reside there! :D

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          Dangerous Brian says:

          Dear Norm
          the point is, Islington Communists would sooner spend time with their own peer group (Lib Lab & Con) than have any real and meaningful contact with northern proles (unless of course it suits their purpose).
          Yours
          A Yorkshireman

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          The Growler says:

          A token Yorkshireman is what I call a professional Yorkshireman, they bring up Yorkshire every turn and corner, as soon as they have made it big time they scarper

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      • 123
        Violent Asquith says:

        Miliband is a wet wipe.

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      Julia Middleton says:

      My ‘phone has been ringing off-the-hook all morning with people wanting to know where to get their get-out-of-jail card, since all their current CP contacts are implicated.

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    • 109
      Anonymous says:

      Go on guido ask him the current exchange rate for white virgins to Labour Votes.

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    • 113
      RichUpNorth says:

      Yep. Stick a Labour rosette on a turd and the faithful go out and vote for it.

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    Born sceptic says:

    Funny how there were no whistleblowers, don’t you think, in 16 years? Not just in Rotherham, but elsewhere in Yorkshire where this has happened.

    No-one in the public services contacted their union rep, no-one raised it with their local MP.

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      DK says:

      Silence, there’s votes to be bought, no sight of any bandwagons here to jump on!
      We’re creating a socialist paradise to envy the likes of Venezuela!
      Shake that money tree again please Ed!

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        David E says:

        It appears that their MP – the legendary McShane for most of the period – almost admitted on the BBC that he did hear about this topic but didn’t want to create too much fuss.
        Here is a report in today’s Telegraph quoting his actual words – “there was a culture of not wanting to rock the multicultural community boat, if I may put it like that. Perhaps, yes, as a true Guardian reader and liberal Leftie, I suppose I didn’t want to raise that too hard.”

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        The Growler says:

        Wagons you say? Is it something like this

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    • 46
      táxpáyér says:

      The police covered it up.

      Fathers told police, they did nothing.

      They did the same for Saville.

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        The Growler says:

        It would appear that when folk reach a certain level or belong to group which it is not politically to investigate, the bobbies turn a blind eye and so does government until it blows up as in the Rotherham fiasco

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          Violent Asquith says:

          It still won’t be investigated with any determination. Parliament lacks enthusiasm for effective action but will manage much synthetic indignation. The SYP will “show willing” if they are involved at all. Nobody will be sacked, no prosecutions will be made and gagging agreements will be enforced.

          Welcome to Pakistan.

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        Just thinking aloud says:

        If the South Yorkshire Police spent so much time ignoring Saville and the ongoing child abuse in Rotherham, Barnsley and Leeds, together with the historical tales of Cyril Smith–should not that police force itself now be scrutinised closely?

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  6. 8
    Ed Miliband says:

    1,400 white children? That’th dithguthtingly white.

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  7. 9
    Vote Ukip get Labour Scum says:

    Typical Labour,rotten to the core.

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  8. 10

    Meanwhile…

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 29
      Briton under siege says:

      For fucks sake Russia send some bloody troops here and help clear out the shit

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    • 77
      Mike Robe says:

      For fucks sake Russia send some bloody troops here and help clear out this “troll”.

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    • 82
      Not Duped says:

      And Jolly good too! i’m sure the yanks would send troops into Canada if the Russkis were tryingg to take it over!

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    Raving Loon says:

    This is why Ed can’t be leader. He could at least have said something about the victims. Instead….NOTHING!

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      Norm Normal says:

      He wasn’t given enough time to prepare something. Well that excuse worked for ‘wreathgate’ at the memorial, why not now? :D

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  10. 13
    Laurie Penny says:

    Why am I being ignored? Me, me, me, have I told you about me?

    Rotherham is the Tories, they hate kids, I bet the rapists were Tories or Tory cuts saw hard-working unionised child protection workers unable to cope with the misogyny of Tory voters raping good Labour household girls.

    By the way I have a new book out on Amazon.

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  11. 14
    The EU is a shower of shit says:

    I thought the prick was on holiday!

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  12. 15
    Fruitcake, swivel eyed loon, closet racist, crackpot, crank and gadfly says:

    I think we can count Bill Cash out. There’s no fool like an old fool and he qualifies with honours.

    Vote UKIP, get UKIP.
    Vote LibLabCon get the EU.

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    Old Nick Heavenly says:

    Every time that a Brit politico uses the phrase “hard working families” they should be publicly flogged.

    When they use the phrase “lessons will must ne learnt2 it should lead to public decapîtaion by one of our muzzer brethren.

    Hope you all have plans to leave if that flukin prize arsehole Millshit wins the next election

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  14. 18

    The R’usso-U’kraine war officially ‘started’ today:

    Vote UKIP :-D

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      Anonymous says:

      Ukraine really should be more careful with their kit. Don’t trust the BBC on anything. The BBC just repeat Kiev lies or just make it up. #EU funded

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      The Critic says:

      You are wrong -it’s me on my way to Rotheram – I will be giving the term ‘there are lessons to be learned’ a whole new meaning. Surprising how cheap it is to hire a Guards Tank Army from Vlad.

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  15. 19
    Tell the truth Ed says:

    The only thing Labour stand for in Rotherham is an erect P***i Penis.

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    Fishy says:

    The only people happy with Carswell’s little bit of self indulgence are;

    – UKIP
    – Labour who don’t now have to speak of their failures in Rotherham, and
    – The BBC who don’t now have to cover the Rotherham story, the failure of their MultiC mission and the g r o o m i n g gangs.

    But as UKIP have ousted the Tories and are supporting a minority Labour administration in Norfolk, Carswell had better get used to the fact that he has been conned and just jumped aboard a Trojan Horse.

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      Rickytshirt says:

      He was conned when he believed Cameron when he said he would seek reform of the EU.

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    • 27
      Old Nick Heavenly says:

      the odd unrecondtucted ex pat hippy is pleased as well because he can be surprised that somebody will actually stand by their principles.

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      The ConIp party says:

      And don’t forget people who believe in democracy. We too are pleased at Mr Carswell’s decision and saddened that the current leaders of the “Tory” party are a bunch of lying Europhile anti democratic shits.

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      táxpáyér says:

      Vote Dave Party, don’t get conservative.

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  17. 21

    Showtime…

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    Norm Normal says:

    When the Rotherham scandal broke I mentioned the culture of supressing crime statistics within forces. Senior officers do not like bad crime stats, affects promotions.

    HMIC just released report backing up that view and has specific criticism for the South Yorkshire unit that investigates CSE.

    Says an unjustified amount of time was taken by the unit to disprove the allegations of victims.

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    Disgusted says:

    Why hasn’t Nottingham been mentioned yet? And why only back to 1997? Over 30 years at least.

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  20. 28
    James Brokenpromise MP says:

    I presume that Miliband’s Twitter trolls are busy hacking into my good mistress May and me over our massive hike in EC net Immigration? :-(

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    Will says:

    I think that hopefully the voters of the north will finally wake up and see how much labour has taken thier vote for granted whilst bad mouthing them in private. Gillian Duffy was right and gordons off cuff comment shows how much distain the Labour Party has for white northerners outside of election time. I fear that ed milliband will get in and ukip and the Tories will have to watch whilst the Labour Party takes us back to recession.

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      nell says:

      all is not lost if that were to happen.

      one term of labour disasters and they’d be out on their neck and it just might be the end of them.

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        cecil rhodes says:

        Sadly that’s wrong. Labour’s modus operandi is to create a culture of dependancy so that more and more people are on the public teat. Turkeys don’t vote for Christmas so Labour will keep getting in.

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    @Ed_Miliband says:

    Abuse in #Rotherham a tragic consequence of Tory cuts and Cameron’s weak leadership.

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  23. 32
    The British media are cunts says:

    How many “Fuck off Beaker’s” has he had this week on Twatter?

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  24. 33
    Unbalanced Views says:

    He hasn’t been told to Twwet anything yet, give them a chance for goodness sake, its only been going on for 16 years

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  25. 34
    Ed Moribund says:

    Can anyone spot a major news story from this week that Ed Miliband’s Twitter feed missed?

    Oopps! How could I have missed tweeting about THE major story of the week.

    So I’ll do it now.

    ***Tweet*** “I nominate Ed Balls for the ice-bucket challenge in aid of the poor people of Ebola-Leone. Only we in the Pre-Labour party use a cold tea urn as we aren’t Bullingdony-Toffs with ice-buckets that a foodbank mother could never hope to own.”

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  26. 37

    Perhaps instituting Martial Law in the UK would allow for the Labour problem to be dealt with by firing squad.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  27. 43

    Gove, Paterson, Carswell…..all the intelligent, original thinkers are going.

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    ? says:

    I like many here sort of half know about ‘Common Purpose’ mostly via the DM but until you read their own website you never really appreciate what a warped organisation it is and how many public and private organisations have signed up to it.
    How many of the main Players at Rotherham council and south Yorkshire Police are common purpose alumni?

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    • 56

      C’ommon P’urpose I’nternational got their butts kicked badly in L!bya.

      That should serve as a model for dealing with them here in the UK.

      Vote UKIP :-D

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      • 81
        Anonymous says:

        BW has been warning about Common Purpose on here for years, yet most of the time he just received abuse in reply.

        No apologies for N’ick G’riffin and none for BW.

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        • 84

          None from me.

          They’ve been a known problem for a while now. Emerged from P’rescott’s DPM office.

          There are no official lists so hard to identify them, but lists will exist somewhere :-)

          CPI were hilarious. They tried to equate armed jihadi’s with flowers and set them up doing crochet or something. Chased out the country properly.

          In the UK more serious. They facilitate the r’ape children among other things.

          Vote UKIP :-D

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      Back1woodsman says:

      Most regular perps on this blog are fully aware of the insideous role of common purpose in promoting labours multi culti crap in the public sector and particularly the bbc.
      When I was on speaking terms with my MP, I tried to interest him in taking the matter up. No result !
      If anyone is a local councilor, they could try and start the ball rolling by moving a motion that any staff sent on cp courses at public expense , should repay the cost of the courses, or face suspension.

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    nell says:

    what subject has he missed this week? that’ll be his cost of living crisis, he hasn’t mentioned it for more than 48 hours!!

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    He is of the belief that foreigners can do no wrong

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  31. 51
    Ed Miliband says:

    The system of party politics has proven to be a sure recipe for endless internal bickering that never leads to solutions or any real change.

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    Unite Against Labour says:

    Comm(unist)on P(arty)urpose

    The Red Cancer at the heart of the establishment.

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      ? says:

      All persons who have undergone the CP indoctrination course should by law be made to declare themselves so normal folk know from the outset they are dealing with a fucking nutter.

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    Miliballs says:

    Ed Miliband is a coward. He cannot stand up to anyone.

    He cannot stand up to the Rotherham Council (in the wake of the sexual exploitation scandal), the European Union, Trade Union Leaders e.g. Len McCluskey, and a bacon sandwich.

    However it seems very likely he will be our leader after the next General Election.

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    • 116
      @Ed_Miliband says:

      Yeth, and you’ll fucking like it.

      Got any daughterth? My fwiendth Ali and Kwazim will be round for your pothtal voteth.

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    The Sun Says says:

    Amusing how, over in Speccieland, the headless chickens are running about in a state of complete confusion, waiting to be fed the party line by some means or other…The Spectator has failed the British people massively by promoting mass immigration, population growth and a low wage economy.

    This has been a rather watershed day. With one bound, UKIP have escaped the fringe and put themselves at the centre of politics. Meanwhile the mass immigration figures confirm that the UK government has completely lost control of our borders.

    We may see an SDP-like rise in support for UKIP.

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  35. 76
    Will says:

    The silence by some politicians who are rent a quote completely explains it all. The Labour Party should consider suspending affiliation to all at rotherham until it is known how many elected councillors knew of this. I cannot believe that only a few councillors knew given how organisations work and the subject did not get discussed off record.

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    The Sun Says says:

    Part of the problem is that we are constantly being misled by people like Mark Easton from the BBC:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-13809280

    The ONS (credit to them) have established that our huge population growth is due to mass immigration. But Easton tries smoke and mirrors to make you think otherwise using the bait and switch of birth rate and fertility rate to misdirect (much like the government use deficit and debt in misleading ways).

    We need to put on the Reality Specs and begin to see things as they are.

    At present things are just about salvagable, though we face serious problems ahead, but another ten to 20 years of the current policies will lead to complete disaster in my judgement.

    The first priority has to be to regain control of our borders.

    That dictates the second priority – exit from the EU (together with resiling from refugee treaties and other instruments of law that prevent effective border control).

    The third priority then is to constrain and contain Sharia in this country, by effectively closing down the Sharia court and education system.

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    Anonymous says:

    “We will make the West so corrupt it stinks. Organise the intellectuals and use them to make Western civilisation stink. Only then, after they have corrupted all it’s values and made life impossible will we be able to impose the dictatorship on the proletariat”

    Willi Munzenburg.

    This was written in 1920’s Germany but is just as apt today. There’s never a shortage of useful idiots, be they leather trousered comedians, regional television producers or chief executives of charities.

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  38. 91
    Owhine Jones says:

    Labour is divided between the three people who think he would make a good PM and the sane ones.

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  39. 92
    Ed Miliband says:

    I know all about Rotherham. Gracie Fields, Cyril Smith….or was that Rochdale?

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    amoorhouse says:

    The Labour Party is too divided on standing up for hardworking families daughters.

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    Rotherham Councillor says:

    Ed, Sally pride of our alley was Rochdale. Here, it’s pride of our Ali.

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  43. 105
    Never trust the Labour Party says:

    Undercover.In.New.Labour

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  44. 106
    LIEbour Party says:

    Undercover In New Labour

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    Deirdre Barlow's Neck says:

    A good time to question postal votes in Rotherham ? Come on BBC you didn’t spot the credit crunch coming,time to make up for it.

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    Graham Swift says:

    Presumably Milicretin doesn’t want to upset his PIE colleagues like Harman and Dromey.Ofcourse plenty of other Paki Liebour areas like Rotherham ; that is the tip of a very large iceberg and a lot more Liebour councillors will be exposed for covering up Paki grooming.

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  47. 120
    Old Blue Eyes says:

    Has he said anything about Bercowgate – thought not.

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  48. 125
    andy5759 says:

    That man has betrayed his faith. Do we really expect him to not betray his country? There are too many votes to be jeopardised by condemning core voters in so-called safe constituencies. I say so-called because no-one is safe in them. His silence should be highlighted, shouted from the rooftops, then Labour might just get back to being a proper party if activists see what crap has risen to the top.

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The lefties are attacking because the panellist is a millionaire and lives in a London home worth upwards of two million. Someone had best tell them he’s called Ed Miliband.


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