August 29th, 2014

8 Tory MPs Headline is 2012 Re-Run

If the eight Tory MPs weighing up defection headlines sounded a little familiar this morning, it’s because they were a rehash from an old story that was debunked at the time. Here is what Stuart Wheeler told the Telegraph way back in 2012:

“I have had lunch secretly if you like, in a completely confidential way, with eight different Tory MPs. Each was promised by me that I would not tell any of the others, or anybody else except Nigel.”

While it makes for a nice story, Guido suspects Carswell is flying solo for the foreseeable future due to the unique circumstances of his own politics and seat demographics. He’s also set the bar very high as the precedent for any future defection from any political party to another – it must now come with a by-election.


  1. 1
    1,400 says:

    Feel the enrichment!

    Liked by 1 person

    • 25
      Liar.Politicians says:

      Just revel in the moment David Cameron would not have wanted to see.

      Liked by 2 people

      • 135
      • 182
        The Establishment is infested with Nonces says:

        It was UKIP’s threat to steal so many dissilusioned tory MPs that caused Cameron to make his fake promise to renegotiate and offer a referendum based on the outcome of that renegotiation.

        It was that fake promise that was enough to allow Tory MPs to abandon their principles and cling to the tory gravy train by foolishly and deceitfully passing off that fake promise as real and substantive.

        Carswell, being a man of honour, has blown the lid on the great tory lie, and has kindly done so with enough time before the election for tories to have a re-think.

        They have to produce something real, tangible and substantive to even get former tory UKIP voters to even begin to think about considering a return to voting tory in 2015.

        Actually holding a full, honest all the way in or all the way out referendum will just about do it. They could tell the Lib Dems to go fuck themselves, use do some sort of deal with labour Eurosceptics and use the Parliament act and force it through before the election next year.

        Of course it is not going to happen, purely because there is not the political will to do so, because the tory leadership it completely focused and dedicated on staying IN the EU and hope to rig some sort of referendum to give a fig-leaf of democratic mandate to remaining in, and going a lot further in.

        Liked by 1 person

    • 28
      Rotherham Police Farce says:

      You’re all under arrest!

      No, not you Iqbal, as you were.

      Liked by 1 person

    • 30
      Liar.Politicians says:

      David Cameron, boo hoo a Conservative moves to UKIP. That’s “regrettable behaviour”.


      • 115
        rimmer says:

        Get used to it Dave. I was a lifelong Tory voter for nearly 3 decades and in the Euros moved over to vote UKIP and will keep voting for them including at the General Election. Is that ‘regrettable behaviour’?

        Yesterday I read that 560,000 foreigners invaded Britain in just the last 12 months. And did you do anything to try to stop this? No. You worked tirelessly though to redefine legally the word marriage to include two gay men.

        Fuck you. It’s probably too late for England as the ethnic cleansing has now gown so far but I’ll go down fighting.

        Liked by 1 person

        • 123
          Jimmy says:

          Comment of the year but remember that’s every year so several million new labour voters every decade while the best and brightest Brits under 40 are emigrating – we’re finished I fear.

          Liked by 1 person

        • 138
          Essex says:

          Nonsense. You will fight and you will win.


          • Socialism Ate My Future says:

            Amen to that.


          • The Lib Lab Con says:

            “He’s also set the bar very high as the precedent for any future defection from any political party to another – it must now come with a by-election.”

            Not really, defecting MP’s don’t ‘have’ to call a by-election.

            Yes, I give you that its comendable and perferable.

            But many MP’s have defected before and not called a by-election so its far from obligitory.

            Of course the MSM would love to set the bar higher as its suits them, eh Guido ?


        • 214
          LickitLily says:

          Mohamed is the most popular boys’ name this year – and next year?
          2 million illegals here already and growing. No wonder Call Me Dave is demanding 2 million new homes be built and inflicting the bedroom tax on the poor. Immigrants need the accommodation. Sad state of affairs but this is what you get when you elect traitors to Parliament.


          • Aardvark says:

            Its all over bar the shouting.

            Within 20 years Britain as we know it will be utterly destroyed by 3rd world immigration.

            Look at Paris today, or Brussels or Malmo.

            We’re on the edge of ruin.

            There is no other conclusion


        • 220
          Anonymous says:

          Best get your arse of the sofa then.

          Stop shouting at the telly.

          Where shall we meet?

          The White Cliffs of Dover?

          If we and a few immigration officers can’t keep the hordes at bay then
          what is left for England?

          As a reference youtube : Rob Wilton: The Day War Broke Out.



    • 32

      The kids in Rotheram were multiculturally enriched courtesy of Labour


    • 38
      Anonymous says:

      Culture & Diversity innit…


    • 134
      táxpáyér says:ápé-gangs-the-disturbing-role-of-Britain-s-leading-child-welfare-charity

      Among the more nauseating spectacles of the Rotherham child rápé scandal has been the squirming evasion and shameless attempts at face-saving by the various authority figures whose job it supposedly was to prevent such horrors happening.

      One of them is a man named Javed Khan. He is the head of Britain’s largest children’s charity Barnardo’s which now stands accused of having known about the Muslim rápé gang problem for well over a decade – but which chose to do next to nothing to confront it


      • 146
        BBC Newsdesk says:

        Old news chum. We’re not in the slightest bit interested

        Thankfully the non-story has moved on from the enrichment of Yorkshire to the far more serious situation in Clacton (so we don’t need to hold our Labour colleagues to account, nor have our on policy of political conformity and multiC challenged).

        We will however be holding the microscope up to the huge divisions within the Tory Party and the downfall of Cameron.

        All hail Douglas Carswell. He’s our hero.


        • 208
          Tory Filth says:

          We did nothing to stop the Rotherharm happenings, but we’ll make bloody sure we play politics with the r@pings.


          • Temporary Deputy Chief in Control of Childrens' non-services. says:

            I was totally unaware that some Pakistanis were living in my area.
            Or that children were in danger. No one told me. I was very busy studying the racing results. I can’t be expected to know everything that’s going on altho’ I DO know Gerald is having an affair with George from Stationery.
            I will not be resigning and will firmly resist any efforts to unseat me, especially from Gerald and George.


    • 151
      Interesting says:


      • 203
        The Establishment is infested with Nonces says:

        That seems to me to be the American or Candian equivalent of our very own Pat Condell.

        Words dripping with truth of the sort that our BBC and all but one of our elected Parliamentarians will fight to suppress.


  2. 2
    DAVE says:

    Ah 2012. That’s WHEN I said 5 TIMES that there would be no EU REFERENDUM


    • 35
      Norm Normal says:

      B-b-b-but it looks like spin…. twice? They have used this Tory defection headline twice now? Does this mean UKIP really aren’t any different from the other parties? My faith is badly shaken!


      • 67
        The two Muppets says:

        He should have stayed with his Party and campaigned from within .


        • 113
          rick says:

          That’s what they said about the EU – that it could be changed from within. Some things are beyond change, and must be junked and replaced.


        • 121
          Redacted says:

          So he should be more loyal to his party than to his constituents? Is that it Kermit? This is what is wrong with the Westminster cartel, precisely why he has left. He believes it is in the best interests of the people that voted for him.


        • 124
          táxpáyér says:

          It’s easier to steer a ship from the bridge, unless it’s hit an iceberg, then it’s best to head for a lifeboat.


          • The Lib Lab Con says:

            The UK has clearly been holed below the waterline for over 20 years now for which 1400 young girls are reaping the benefits in places like Rotherham.

            Time to man the lifeboats, time to ditch what isn’t working.

            Carswell did an outstanding thing yesterday.


    • 55
      NORMAN TEBBIT. A real Tory says:

      “The House of Commons needs men like Douglas Carswell: I would not campaign against him”


    • 79
      The Growler says:

      “Carswell is flying solo for the foreseeable future due to the unique circumstances” his seat is not what you would call an ultra safe jobbie for life constituency and he saw UKip nibbling at his majority, so in all probability he would be out on his ear if he stood for the Cons, so I am apt to agree with you Geedes. Voters are getting more and more vext with prima donna politicos, very often they are not seen unless really needed by a constituent or for a photo op, they often don’t listen, probably more so the greater the majority they have, UKip offers a possible change but if they end up as doing the same as the present incumbants, they with be thrown out next time. Having said that, there are MPs of all parties who take their job seriously and conscientiously, and do their best for all their constituents.


  3. 3
    Psychotic, champagne socialist, pedophile, necrophiliac, violent, BBC light entertainment star/DJ says:

    I hope to fuck Dorries is gonna fuck off to the Marxist Labour proxy party, right fucking now


  4. 4
    A rare Good man in Poitics says:

    On PM last night, they said they had not found one Tory who would stand against Carswell as they respect him too much and agree with him over Europe and Cameron.


  5. 5
    Spoon Faced Dave says:

    The Tories are done for and hopefully Labour as well. Go UKIP.


    • 6
      Psychotic, champagne socialist, pedophile, necrophiliac, violent, BBC light entertainment star/DJ says:

      ‘Labour done for’?
      With UKIP helping them?

      You farage political death cultists are thicker than constipated dog shit


      • 13
        Rickytshirt says:

        Ukip are taking votes off Labour too.


      • 16
        Cameron the heir to Blair says:

        There is no tory party while Cameron and Osborne are at the top.


        • 69
          Village Idiot says:

          ….I had thought that well educated people at the top of government, would be a good thing,but, I believe their education has blinded them to what is and has happened to this once, lovely country, the land of Shakespeare and Elgar! Obviously,a good education is not the only qualification required to be a good politician,or a Number 10 team member!..Much more is needed; …empathy,foresight,kindness,pragmatism, love of country,and,a will to see things through, to name a few!…Sadly lacking in the present team!…UKIP , our only hope of getting our country back, in my opinion!


          • Well said that man. says:



          • The Growler says:

            Very often a first at Oxbridge in PPE does not mean that they have not got a 3rd in joined up thinking and common sense


          • Redacted says:

            @ Growler
            Usually they get a first in common purpose.


          • Don Ox says:

            They got me first


          • The Growler says:

            @ Redacted, yup, plus a first hons in troughing


          • Anonymous says:

            It was never your country in the first place.

            Mrs Thatcher allowed us all to get into debt which is basically borrowing future wages. City of London invaded by Yanks and so on.

            With her policies what she forgot was, that if you didn’t have any wages ( i.e . you were unemployed ) you couldn’t pay your future wages back.

            The ” too big to fail banks” have done the same. The difference being that we bailed them out whereas the ordinary borrowers were hung out to dry.

            I forsee Debtors Prisons in the future.

            Tread carefully.


        • 72
          The two Muppets says:

          Well change the Tory leadership from within then ,no need to desert.


          • The Growler says:

            Doug has felt the UKip teeth snapping at the heels of the Cons and Liebore and those teeth seem to be sharp, could be self preservation. How much is this by election going to cost? Technically a voter votes for a candidate at an election not a party but of course it is the political parties which are really being voted for.


          • Consider this ... says:

            Do you not think the party deserted HIM and other proper Tories?


      • 24
        Who's the dog shit? says:

        Keep voting Dave and keep swallowing dog shit.

        Some of us have learnt our lesson.

        Vote UKIP


      • 26
        Dimmy Dave's Bumper Book of Broken Promises says:


        Vote for Eurotarded Dimmy Dave’s Unlimited Immigration Party!

        They’ve given a cast iron guarantee that if they get back in they won’t be completely and utterly crap again.


      • 39
        Try using your name in campaigning for the tories says:

        If you are the sort of person that represents tory voters, then I’m out.


      • 207
        Anonymous says:



  6. 7
    British Citizen says:

    Where are the equal sized boundaries for constituencies which guarantee that ‘one man one vote’ means ‘one man, one equal vote’? A vote in some parts of Scotland is weighted to be equivalent to up to five votes in England.

    Our Parliament is an unfair sham, rigged to the benefit of the Labour, Tory SNP and Libdem Parties. Our electoral system is wide open to fraud and manipulation. Our ‘democracy’ is unrepresentative of the public will.


    • 27
      Anonymous says:

      Interesting idea with very little thought. “rigged to the benefit of the Labour, Tory SNP and Libdem …………. So why has there not been continual Labour governments?
      Bit more use of the grey matter needed one thinks. Glad you are UKIP. one hopes. I prefer people voting for the party I follow to at least do some thinking.


      • 74

        The last Labour government was so bad, with a record swing against, that due to their gerrymandering of the boundaries only a hung parliament was possible rather than the more correct replacement with the Conservatives.

        If Labour had been less bad then we would be in the situation of continual Labour governments you suggest. As it stands, Labour redrew the electoral map to guarantee either a win, or UK being put into a quasi-ungovernable state in the event of a loss.

        When fixed term governments are added into the mix it becomes clear why this is not the best situation, and also why it is not likely to be fixed either.

        Vote UKIP :-D


      • 117
        British Citizen says:

        “rigged to the benefit of the Labour, Tory SNP and Libdem …………. So why has there not been continual Labour governments?

        Because the rigged system also benefits incumbents in the Tory, SNP and LibDem parties, who all get to dip their bread. If it didn’t, they’d have reformed it.


    • 49

      Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.

      Infidels, fools.


    • 96
      Facts says:

      “Democracy” is nothing but a five year dictatorship anyway.
      “Parties” are nothing but gangs of self-enrichers running their organised crime.

      Vote Independent or don’t vote at all. Don’t give parties the mandate to rule you.


    • 193
      Is Carswell up to a bit of democracy? says:

      The nearest to a voters 100% democracy are the occasional referendums.
      Rest of the time its representative democracy, a 100th of 1% democracy. I am not saying it is worse way.

      Is appropriate given limitations of people: lack of knowledge, ideas, personal resentments, inability to make a decision.

      A politian is in a better position to make the right decision, but at any one time there are plenty of people outside parliament who can make better decision. How do we choose those people? Then when I can keep my vote everytime to request somebody to use it?

      We have an internet, for every vote in Parliament, I could chose who can use, delegate it, or vote myself. Most of the time I would happily delegate it. I would be even happier if had awareness over the inclinations of your representative before the day of voting, influences up to and a three sentence description of why they vote.

      To get the democratic show on the road, I would want all MPs, in there own words, covering a few sentences, put together in the voting lobby, why they vote that way, misgiving and change of mind.


      • 201
        John Bellingham says:

        For 50 years the public’s enthusiasm for restoring the death penalty has never dipped below 51% being for, yet there has never been any consideration of the public’s view at all.


  7. 8
    Barnacle Bill says:

    Treacherous Dave needs to p*ss off back to cornwall. Hopefully he’ll get swept out to sea on a lilo (fingers crossed) and captured by somali pirates.


  8. 9
    Chuka moonlighting a a telecom technician says:


  9. 10
    Ed Miliband says:

    Oh goody! I think I’ll have Star Twek theme curtains in my Downing Stweet bedroom.


  10. 11
    TGR Worzel says:

    Requiring a by-election has always been the case, so far as I am concerned. It is the only way the MP has any legitimacy once they’ve swapped sides.

    MP’s who swap sides and avoid the ballot box are nothing more than political opportunists, disreputable career politicians…


    • 70
      Shaun Woodward says:

      I agree.

      Liked by 1 person

      • 84
        Wiki Reader says:

        Is this you Woodward:
        “He added a seventh property to his property portfolio in January 2010 and now has a £1M apartment in an alpine resort, along with a £1.35M London flat, a £7M property in the Hamptons, a £5M villa in Mustique, a house in the south of France, a £2M townhouse and a modest £85,000 home in his St. Helens constituency.”


  11. 14
    pookie snackumberger says:

    Re the previous thread: The reason Goofy Ed has not said anything on Shaun Wright is that he is waiting for the nod from Wright saying he is going, then goofy can say “Wright should go”, and labour’s bbc can anounce it as if the goofy twat has done the deed, like a big powerfull goofy leader.


  12. 15
    Daily Male says:

    Mohammed, whose name has been changed out of fears for his safety, was just 13 when he was made to attend one of the terror group’s camps in….

    I thought they were all named Mohammed. He’s had it now!


  13. 20
    Anonymous says:

    What s the point of a Tory MP defecting to another Tory party? Where is the difference between the two right of centre parties? Both do not like workers as they both want to end employment rights. Both do not like women, as when you read comments by UKIP selected and the Tories will not allow women to have any power in their party. Both parties want public spending cuts.
    Strange c0oncept moving from one party to another that us exactly the same. Brain not in gear by either defector or supporters. No wonder Britain is in a mess.


    • 45
      Anonymous says:

      … said a Rotherham nonce.


      • 86
        Norm Normal says:

        It’s a leftard troll who is too thick to google. Remember female conservative leader and PM, or the 3 female chairmen of the party in the last 10 years?

        Why do the left persist with that nonsense? Fuck off and write some fake letters to a local paper you astroturfing gobshite.


      • 116
        M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

        There’s nothing like an open mind and his is nothing like one. Talk about stereotyping prejudices, this marxist bozo has the lot. No wonder he is anonymous.


    • 59
      Anonymous says:

      Have you ever taken the rather unique opportunity to attend an open meeting held by UKIP. the kind of meeting that the other parties were too sacred to have?

      Once you have and seen the demographic distribution then you might be able to comment.

      To quote the Marxist left “check your privileges” and the corresponding retort “check your competences”
      You Sir, appear to fail on both accounts.
      (This could apply to most of the house of commons)


    • 77

      Since when have the Tories cut public spending? It’s still going up.


    • 157
      Four-eyed English Genius says:

      Defecting from a non-conservative party to a conservative party, you mean, as anyone with a grain of intelligence would know! As you are a troll, I suspect you do not have much of that.


  14. 21
    South China post says:

    How English town let As**n sexual predators r*pe fourteen hundred children over sixteen years.

    Were famous.


    • 31
      The Islammabad of Yorkshire says:

      It’s been many a long year since Rotherham was an “English” town.


      • 37
        I never had a secret lunch with that man says:

        What has been happening in Rotherham is replicated through the country.

        We have approximately 350,000 rapists to bring to justice as soon as we leave the EU.


        • 97
          Norm Normal says:

          One spark of goodness out of all of this is the lifting of the PC veil from leftard eyes.

          I imagine the large number of lady journos listening to stories of the most disgusting and brutal gang ràpès will bring some reality to their view of the world.

          May be some time before someone mentions religion of peace again?


  15. 29
    Daily Male says:

    71% of the electorate say Wright should emigrate to P4ki5tan and take 100% of them with him


  16. 34
    Vote Dave? Get stuffed says:

    When is it going to dawn on these morons who vote Liblabcon that they are being led by Oxbridge elitists who care nothing for plebs like us?


    • 41
      Get Rid of Scotland says:

      Agreed. Note the boarding-school educated Carswell and Farage, a City stockbroker, are in the same elitist club too.


      • 51
        Carry on up the 1970s class war says:

        Farage was a trader, not a stockbroker.


        • 81
          Get Rid of Scotland says:

          Ah, even better paid! Farage’s father was a stockbroker. After working in the city Nigel Farage became a career politician with the Conservatives and then UKIP. A member of the club.


          • Twatwatch says:

            You can’t have a successful career and then BECOME a career politician you complete mong.


          • A laftard says:

            No one in the Labour party is rich or went to private school, all labour politicians are women.


          • Do I detect the bitter socialist envy of those who are more successful in life than themselves , who think everything should be dragged down to their level of non attainment .


          • Get Rid of Scotland says:

            Ah, so Farage was a successful trader then. Must make him a millionaire too!

            Nice for some, no wonder he’s so out of touch with ordinary people. He probably thinks Working Class is a rail carriage.


          • M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

            Don’t talk out of your stupid arse you jealous prat. He is successful so you feel the need to knock him.

            The guy has been pounding the streets and pubs of Britain so I am sure he has met one or two of the working class (note lowercase) but I bet he doesn’t type cast people like you. UKIP draws from all classes.


          • Get Rid of Scotland of Tory Marxists-Lite says:

            “Ah, even better paid!”

            The average toilet cleaner is probably better paid than a thick mong like you.


  17. 36
    English Impatient says:

    When I was a boy, I enjoyed building sand defences against the incoming tide which of course always won.

    Daily I now fee the same way where the sand is England, the tide is unwanted invaders and each day my spade resistance reduces.

    Doctor, is this normal?


  18. 43
    Cameron is a CUNT says:

    Has Cameron forgotten already that he too moved to UKIP? After repeatedly stating that he would not hold an EU referendum he finally moved to UKIPs osition. The difference is, Dave has stated that he and his government will campaign to remain as a full member of the political EU and not an associate member of a trading block.


    • 50
      Get Rid of Scotland says:

      Is that you John Prescott?


    • 53
      Cameron is indeeed what you say says:

      What Dave says and what Dave does are very different things.


      • 192
        A nonny mous says:

        Call me Dave is a liar.

        He looked very uncomfortable in his interview yesterday.

        Like a man who knows he’s been caught lying, again.

        Because of Carswell, Camerons days are limited. He’s busted.


  19. 44

    Between 8 and 10, and Sun was talking about Labour MPs also.

    If Carswell wins it there may be a mini exodus, especially with the results from N’orth J’esmond last night.

    Food for thought on R’otherham. Properly defining the problem there as an insurgency opens up tried and tested COIN doctrine as a means for fixing the problem. Of course, destroying the political force that is supporting the insurgency, in this case Labour, is necessary.

    Vote UKIP :-D


    • 82
      Persona non grata says:

      Welsh Ukip MEP urges politicians across Wales to follow Douglas Carswell’s lead and defect

      “I’m not at all surprised because he’s a man of absolute principle… I don’t think it’s a good judgement on his part to have moved to Ukip [but] you won’t hear me say anything at all negative about Douglas Carswell.”


    • 120
      M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

      Just as long as they don’t accept any Libdem perverts.


  20. 47
    A Spread Better says:

    There is no such thing as a free lunch.


    • 54
      R L Stevenson from Samoa says:

      There is no such thing as a free Scotland.


      • 194
        The Religion of Peace says:

        But there are loads of jih@di free benefits… so we can practice FGM and mussie indoctrination full time.

        You stupid kuffars pay us to destroy your own country. You deserve everything you infidels get.

        Alllaaaaahhhhhhhh Aaakkkkkkkbbbaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrr


    • 58
      Rotherharm Police Farce says:

      There is no such thing as a free pass.

      (unless you’re from Rotherham and have certain characteristics which cannot be mentioned at the moment in time)


  21. 56
    Owen Jones is a cunt says:

    I’m going to state the elephant in the room that the press are afraid to say. One of the reasons the police failed to act in Rotherham is fear of being branded racist and that is a direct result of the hysteria over Stephen Lawrence. Yes his death was tragic. He wasn’t a Mark Duggan type. But such has been the disproportionate reaction for going on 21 years that the police now feel unable to take action for fear of an outcry. It is the left who have created this atmosphere and they share the blame, as it was fucking leftie social workers who covered up the abuse to keep their socialist agenda of multi-culturalism going.

    I hope Shaun Wright, Joyce Thacker and all the others responsible die a slow painful death.


    • 60
      Rotherharm Police Farce says:

      That and the suppression of news involving white victims of non-white gangs.


      • 130
        HenryV says:

        True. I think I am hearing of something every 6 to 8 weeks. Always one victim always attacked by a group whose identity is sketchy. Or the details given are deliberately excluded. Most police reports I hear often mention that the police are looking for suspects with such and such broad description. But some crimes just numbers are given. Oddly precise numbers. But details of the perpetrators not given.


    • 76

      They were NOT in fear of being called racists, that is a get out ,no they deliberately hid the facts to cover up the racial aspects in order to protect muslims from public anger.


      • 136
        Norm Normal says:

        In the north all senior police officers fear a recurrence of the Bradford riots. An incident which damaged many careers due to the left wing labour witch hunt that followed.

        Public order is the priority. That is why victims are ignored, statistics are fudged, evidence is lost and the press muffled.


        • 202
          Cpl Hicks says:

          Public order can easily be regained by the use of rubber bullets and water cannon.

          As most rioters are actually looters they won’t actually take the risk of getting hurt. Unlike in NI where they do it to pass the time!


    • 118
      Chinky Davey says:

      Stephen Lawrence was a gang member and the MSM covered it up.

      He was one of the first MSM narrative actions, where the truth was hidden as it didn’t aid what the left were trying to do.


  22. 61

    When will you people realise that to quote your hero, “we will never surrender”. We are here to stay, to fly our flag and burn your churches. You would do well to find another land, Falk Land perhaps?

    Ha ha ha ha ha

    Vote for me, but if not I will arrange the correct result later.


  23. 64

    Volcano erupts, planes cancelled .

    Cash strapped Brits benefitting from the strong pound stranded on beaches all over mainland Europe.

    Prime Minister David Cameron says…………………


  24. 65
    Anonymous says:


  25. 71
    Ed Miliband says:

    Please don’t mention Rotherham, please Len make it go away.


    • 85
      Douglas Carswell says:

      It’s ok, I’ve got the political journalists interested in a new story now. Time to move on.

      Look at me, look at me on the TV! I was on TV yesterday, BBC, ITV and Sky. My mum said I was even on Channel 5. Look at me.


  26. 87

    Labour’s real legacy:

    Vote UKIP :-D


    • 99
      Google Hollie Greig says:

      Come to Aberdeen and I shall tell you all about it.


    • 128
      M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

      You can understand now why they keep their women hidden and covered in their own countries. It is not about respecting women, or even disrespecting them, but about protecting them from what has befallen these young girls.

      If goats and donkeys aren’t safe you can see why they need to lock up their daughters in Inner and Outer Labiastan.


      • 137

        Their dress is their own affair.

        In the old countries this activity is deterred by the penalty of death.

        However, placing the honour of the family on the women and then having Labour introduce a bunch of perverts does not help.

        In the UK this remains a political Labour problem.

        Labour have no political legitimacy.

        Vote UKIP :-D


        • 145
          M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

          It’s only a deterrent if they are caught. Better to prevent the risk by hiding the women from men whose religion lets them treat women as chattels.

          Vote UKIP :)


          • Point is they do not treat their women that way.

            That is a UK media distortion.

            Reality is: The women have the honour of the family etc. invested in them. That is a special privilege. The fathers usually have to pay dowry for their daughters to marry also.

            The dress the women generally do not complain about wearing. It tends to give them a sense of identity and power. In their culture it is highly symbolic.

            It is also the women who principally keep their menfolk radicalised one way or another. The sexual jihad stuff is a super extreme version of that.

            You are right it is a deterrent if caught, but in those cultures unlike the pit into which Labour has taken the UK, traditional values and morality does kick in.

            Having an individual sense of moral right and wrong which is backed up by strict enforcement of law is what minimizes risks.

            Labour undermining that in the UK has directly led to the child r’ape problem in the UK.

            Vote UKIP :-D


  27. 89
    Penny Red says:

    Where are the leftist protests against P*kistani p*edophile gangs? these aren’t Gazan children.So there won’t be any.

    Ideology before morality, you bloody idiots.


    • 103
      Hypocrite Hunter says:

      Don’t go shooting your mouth off too much, Shlomo, in Israel 30% of sex crime is against minors.


      • 114
        Chinky Davey says:

        In the UK 100% (rounding) of sex-crime is by muzzies who make up only 4% of the population.

        Boot out muzzies to fight crime


      • 187
        Broken record says:

        We get it, you hate Jèws and don’t care what crimes muslims commit.


    • 148

      The facts of the Rotherham case are simple , the Police and the local authority connived to hide from the public the extent of the mass rape of white schoolchildren by muslim Pakistanis ,motivated by the urge to hide the extent of crime carried out by ethnic minorities.
      This was done for the following reasons
      To safeguard the Labour majority in the towns of the north of England
      To prevent the indigenous population from knowing the true evil of the alien wedge
      To ensure the continued support of Labour by immigrants
      To ensure Labour could continue to scream Racist at any one who dared to question the mass immigration initiated by themselves.
      To rub the noses of the victims in diversity , to leave them in no doubt as to who will be in charge in the future


  28. 91

    Is that all independence is worth? Scots try to sell their referendum votes on EBAY for as little as £1.04

    Read more:
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

    My “votes” are powered by minders not money. Free free free. Ha ha ha ha.


  29. 93
    Anonymous says:

    Oh Chuckie I’ve warned you about playing with those rough bt boys.


  30. 100
    Persona non grata says:

    Bunfight at Shire Hall. LibLabCon councillors want to pay themselves more, UKIP councillors object.


  31. 101
    SNP want Scotland to be nuked on the 11th of September 2014 says:

    You don’t think that would really happen?


    • 107
      If you want scandal you'll get scandal says:

      No doubt your shit stirring is going to increase as the referendum draws ever nearer, but you might not even get your vote if you continue. I have recorded numerous videos of your harassment. Three of the Directors of CityLink Telecommunications were Scottish. It would certainly explain why Gordon Brown did what he did. What? you think there is no evidence linking him to Alex Salmond…


  32. 105
    Anonymous says:

    Been quiet since 17th August.


  33. 106
    Anonymous says:


  34. 111
    HenryV says:

    Can we have our country back please?


    • 142
      Hamspam Chowder says:

      Don’t like having your nose rubbed in diversity ??

      It will be our country soon, thanks to the Labour shower in office during The Reign of Terror, 1997-2010.


    • 173
      Tony Blair says:

      I star r@ped this country and now I live abroad. You can’t seriously expect me to live in this shithole. I’m now very rich thanks to everyone who voted Labour. You see, saying ‘it’s all Thatcher’s fault’ really did prove a winner.


  35. 140

    Blast of cold air from the cold war to the east:

    The soldiers who are showing up dead in R’ussia having been unofficially killed in U’kraine (because they are officially not there) is causing some tension.

    How to shut the mothers up ? Declare them foreign spies, and if they don’t get the hint: Gulag. Simples.

    Labour perpetrated something similar here with their ‘rac!sm’ labels.

    Vote UKIP :-D


  36. 147
    Anonymous says:


  37. 154
    Owen Jones is a cunt says:

    Ed said anything yet re Rotherham? Of course not. But if Emma Thompson gets a headache, you can bet he’ll tweet about it.


    • 168
      C.O.Jones says:

      Ed is useless. Stuffed with a failed idealogue from a young age he is incapable of independent thought. A true leftie.


  38. 155
    Owen Jones is a cunt says:

    Joyce Thacker lost a fight with the ugly nuke.


  39. 156
    Gerard Butler says:

    I am currently filming the sequel to 300. Called 1400 and filmed entirely in Rotherham, it entails an army of Taxi dr1vers who are oppressed and have full sacs.



  40. 158
    Owen Jones is a cunt says:

    I’m going to put on True Lies later so I can enjoy watching muzees getting killed for two hours. Great politically incorrect fun.


  41. 159


    Vote UKIP :-D


  42. 160
    David Cameron says:

    Vote for me to ensure your countryside is turned in a housing estate for people who want destroy us.


  43. 164

    World War Tweet ?

    Vote UKIP :-D


    • 171
      C.O.Jones says:

      Tough on Crimea and tough on the causes of Crimea.

      Forget world war, Putin is a nationalist, not an internationalist.


      • 181

        He is drawing others in. He plays by proxy abroad.

        Vote UKIP :-D


        • 188
          C.O.Jones says:

          All his “aggressive” actions over the last few years from Chechnya, Georgia, former Russian territories in the Ukraine etc were all within the Russian sphere of influence. He is not kicking ass in the Middle East, Africa or South East Asia.

          We only have to hope that his view of the Baltic States is that of a pre WW2 pragmatist.


          • C.O.Jones says:

            Forgot to add.

            VOTE UKIP.


          • He is. They fight by proxy there.

            The restoration of the R’ussian E’mpire requires measures to make the globe more in tune with its vision rather than that of its enemies.

            V’enezuela via Cuba is a good case in point. As is the odd goings on in S’udan, and of course who really controls AQ / IS.

            He’ll hold off challenging NATO, but the civil defence checks suggest that such a challenge is not out of his cards.

            Vote UKIP :-D


  44. 174
    Anonymous says:


    • 177
      Laurie Penny says:

      No comment. But I’ll happily comment all day about evil white English men.


    • 183
      Joss Taskin says:

      Can’t we just bang on about interminably about Clacton Kippers ?


    • 186
      Genghiz the kahn says:

      All that effort by Tony Blair, Charles Clarke, Dr John Reid, Paul Boateng, Alan Johnson,
      Nick Raynsford, Lord Rooker, Alun Michael, Jaquci Smith, Margaret Hodge, Ivor Caplin, Lord Filkin, Baroness Ashton of Upholland, Stephen Ladyman, Paul Goggins,
      Estelle Morris; only to see Rotherham Council fuck things up.

      They must be so gutted, unless of course they realised that multi disciplinary teams would simply find ways of evading responsibility when things went wrong.


      • 210
        Genghis old chap says:

        Their intention was clear –

        Yesterday it was announced that the birth rate of immigrants in the UK has fallen.

        It was suggested in my pub last night, that this because the immigrant men are shagged out from raping all of the English girls.

        I don’t believe this myself of course, but it is an issue to consider – the Labour Party moves in mysterious ways


  45. 213
    VoteNigeGetEd says:

    Feel a bit sorry for Carswell. He seems like a nice guy but a bit of an innocent abroad.

    Farage has used him fairly ruthlessly for publicity purposes.

    Mind you, Nige certainly has urinated on Cameron on this one.

    Given we are always being told that Cameron is all about PR, how come he is usually to be found on the back foot, struggling with the latest presentational disaster?


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“She is boring. A technocrat. She is Philip Hammond with a fanny. Not interesting, but rendered interesting by circumstance. And that circumstance is that she is a woman. And in an age when the Prime Minister gets it in the neck for refusing to wear a fucking T-shirt that says he is a feminist, that is a rocket boost right underneath you.”

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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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