August 29th, 2014

Smears at the Heart of Downing Street


452 Comments

  1. 1
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Smears for souvenirs is all you left me…

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  2. 2
    Angus McCoatup says:

    That’s a real ‘Hold the front page’ … Drivel!

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      The Lone Ranger says:

      Fortunately my flash blocker kicked into action. I therefore have no idea what it’s about – love it (flash blocker that is)

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      • 19
        Miliband the superior Miliband says:

        Guidos last friday spread will not keep my silent and very wrong response to Rotherham and Labour supporters and Labour members and Labour officials off the media front pages.

        Not fit for office. Daddy help.

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  3. 3
    Ghost of Mossad says:

    window lickers

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  4. 4
    DutchCap says:

    I thought he was a crayon eating mofo

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  5. 6
    There's something about Mary says:

    Good to see he isn’t letting his SpAd go out with a loaded weapon.

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  6. 7
    nell says:

    LOL! Nice to know that those at the top have their moments of being human too!!

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    • 153
      Voter says:

      Unfriendly pen aside, it was a heck of a speech. I know enthusiasm for Dave is pretty tepid nowadays, but can you imagine Weird Ed lisping, spitting and grawling through that, while trying to keep that “cross face” he uses when he wants to be taken seriously?

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  7. 8
    Dirty Sanchez says:

    I didn’t know Dave had heard of me.

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  8. 9
    Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi says:

    Shabbat Shalom !

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  9. 13

    Just put this one out there:

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  10. 14
    Psychotic, champagne socialist, pedophile, necrophiliac, violent, BBC light entertainment star/DJ says:

    cmon zio-pikey

    up yer game this is banal shite

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  11. 16
    Chris Huhne says:

    Sunni women offered themselves in sexual comfort roles to Isis fighters who are attempting to establish Islamic rule

    .http://www.israellycool.com/2014/08/29/sexual-jihad-men-beheading-badly/

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  12. 17
    Anonymous says:

    Any comment on the uplift in the net immigration figures. No thought not – at least we might have been given a “there there”

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    • 26
      David Cameron says:

      Look, here is 20p now fuck off and call someone who cares.

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    • 28
      what they could say and say and says:

      Some of it will be welcome, some we don’t care, the rest keep them out and out of our prisons.

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      • 34
        Law Society says:

        250,000 migrants and the trouble they make equates to 50,000 well paid legal jobs, London rates, for the year.

        That will do nicely.

        Cherie Blair, CBE, QC would like it be known and acknowledge she was responsible for government taxation be directed too our profession.

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  13. 18
    Robin J Smith says:

    Black snot? What has Cameron been snorting?

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  14. 20
    Crackpot says:

    Insert [[ islam / Dave / UKIP / Ebola] message]

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  15. 21
    ANON says:

    I can’t wait to see the Milibot3000 doing these type of press conferences.

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      Deport Nick Clegg says:

      I’ve been looking forward to that, too, but I bet he disappoints – he’ll have some sort of nervous breakdown shortly after entering Downing Street, leading to a bunker mentality and all we end up seeing at a podium is either Yvette Cooper or Harriet Bloody Harman.

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      • 156
        Ed Miliband says:

        I intend to get pretty therious and tough on Ithith, actually.

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      • 449
        Anonymous says:

        I can agree with that.

        Is it me or are all our wonderful politicians in a muck sweat re: ISIS? Ukraine/Russia etc?

        President Obama went AWOL John Kerry stood in ( he’s gone AWOL now) and Hilary Clinton has put down the drinks bottle and fired off a threat to Putin.

        Meanwhile back at the Ranch ( Britain ) Cameron, Clegg, Millband et al are in a similar let’s get Putin and ISIS frenzy.

        Hang on how many fronts are we fighting on here?

        Hollande is about as polular as a fart in a lift. Merkel’s trapped by the US like an Auntie locked in the lavatory and doesn’t want the gas cut off and Belgium is just best ignored.

        Welcome to the dismantling of the Social State in Europe by other means.

        Ironically UKIP will get their wish in the future. It won’t be the Nationalist free trade wish between nations they hoped and fight for . By Jimminy no!

        What it will be is a load of individual nations no longer in the European Union for protection of trade in goods and services complete with a Welfare State . It will be just naked powerless nations at the mercy of American Corporations trying to reclaim lost capital ( i.e. money better spent by the Capitalists rather than the State ) that the Chinese have taken off them over the years.

        So when this all happens and the Balbearing factory or offices where you work are taken over by rapacious US corporations and they decide to let you go. Just like Elsa the lioness you will find it’s like a jungle out there.

        Oh and by the way when you sign on for the dole it won’t be available. Like your pension.

        Double Oh: there is an alternative though. That is you can work three jobs and aspire to living in a car or trailer home despite being employed.

        This is the inspiring lifestyle that a declining Imperial power can hold up as a model to a waiting world.

        Be careful what you wish ( vote ) for or we will all be eaten alive.

        Most of the time life doesn’t work out the way we planned and as you all know there are consequences for your actions.

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  16. 22
    ? says:

    Spad:
    Prime minister you have a smudge on your face

    Cameron:
    Which face?

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  17. 29
    Anonymous says:

    #WhereIsTheSoB? #StillOnHoliday? #America?

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

    Quick….lets attempt to deflect the shit press coverage we are getting

    lets do what Blair would,,,pretend an imminent terror attack is expected

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    • 46
      David "hyperbole" Cameron says:

      IS represents a greater threat to our nation’s future than the sun suddenly exploding.

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  19. 35
    Radio Bollocks says:

    Bercow finally OUT soooon yipee.

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  20. 36
    Ed Miliband says:

    ISIS are cutting too far too fast.
    Use a shorter blade then you can savour the moment for longer.

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  21. 38

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 93
      Norm Normal says:

      Leave Putin alone, the Ukraine is nothing to do with us.

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      • 100
        F##k the LibLabCon says:

        You mean: Leave Ukraine alone, Putin is nothing to do with us.

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      • 116
        Norm Normal says:

        Go back to sleep BW

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      • 209
        Neville says:

        How horrible, fantastic, incredible it is that we should be digging trenches and trying on gas-masks here because of a quarrel in a far-away country between people of whom we know nothing. (Note from KGB astroturfer’s boss: “You could at least have tried to update that, Ivan.”)

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        • 428
          Jim says:

          It was the EU that started this with their expansion programme. You are part of the EU.
          An elected Government was overthrown by force, or had you forgotten?
          It is a wonder there are not 40,00 Russian troops sitting on the Polish border today.

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    • 119
      Poetry Corner says:

      Farge and Putin sitting in a tree,
      K, I, S, S, I, N, G.

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      • 148
        Not a Conservative supporter anymore. says:

        They tried calling Farage and UKIP racists, now how did that go, oh yes, loads more votes, keep trying, to match Farage with Putin, wouldn’t worry it won’t be long before the EU dictatorship declares war on Russia.

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  22. 41
    shitbag says:

    what the fuck is this government going to do next – ragbag full of useless shits

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  23. 42
    Allan, you at t'bar says:

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      Sacrificed for Diversity.. says:

      This shit has gone on for far to long ..ENOUGH IS FUCKING ENOUGH…

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    • 51
      BBC reporter says:

      Whenever reporting about Rotherham I will feel the need to say that not all Muslims are kiddy fiddlers and the majority of child abuse in this country is committed by whites.

      Whenever reporting about Stephen Lawrence I wont feel the need to say that not all whites are racist murderers and the majority of black lads stabbed to death are killed by other black lads.

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        Why were afraid says:

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      • 108
        Another BBC Reporter (after talking to his ITV and Sky mates) says:

        Actually thinking about it, I reckon we should not mention the M word at all…just say Asian, and if cornered, well you can resort to “men of P*ki’sta’ni heritage”…you know, because heritage is a nice word…

        At no point should we EVER EVER EVER report on what is taught to young M**** boys in Mos’ques about Kaff’ir women.

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    • 166
      Anonymous says:

      The word “racism” can be attributed to three individuals, Magnus Hirschfeld, Victor Gollancz and Gerald Ronson. Guess what they have in common? Then the media have been banging on about it for years, so they are responsible too, and I’m sure they’re going to point the finger at themselves (not).

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  24. 43
    Call me Dave the Spoonfaced twat... says:

    Dont panic those Mosques are not really terrorist training camps….

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  25. 44
    Lynton Crosby says:

    Tell Dave to toss out some crap about the terror threat to get Ukip off the news agenda. And then make some bollocks promises about taking away passports. That should do the trick.

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  26. 53
    Dave says:

    I love high taxes! Mmmmmmm taaaaaxxxxxx….

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  27. 55
    Mad,mozzie Medievalist says:

    said the Party that wants to ‘rub the Right’s nose in diversity….

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  28. 57
    Bill Quango MP says:

    Statement from the Prime Minister:

    In light of the recent very threats to this great nation .. threats that have come from extreme right wingers defecting and making me look weak and my party divided, the security forces have raised the terrorist threat from the current ‘misty buff’ up to ‘sunburst meadow’.

    The security forces assure me that they received no specific new intelligence..no tip offs. No new information whatsoever which led me to decide to raise the terror threat.

    Members of the public should simply go about their business in the usual manner but keep a wary out for fruitcakes and swivel eyed loons. And report such radicalised eurosceptics t the authorities.

    I should add that if there is any further threat to the Home Counties I shall not hesitate in deploying tanks to Heathrow to distract gullible journalists.

    Thankyou.

    Now..any questions? And has anyone got a pen? This one seems to have run dry..

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    • 61
      Reader says:

      Great stuff

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    • 75
      BBC Red Bottom says:

      We have a question? Are Tory cuts to blame for the rise of Islamic extremism ?

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    • 83
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      I think I have seen Misty Buff and Sunburst Meadow, Corr!

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    • 155
      Not a Conservative supporter anymore. says:

      Nobody’s taken any notice anyway, from what’s being said a lot of people want it to kick off, Rotherham is the last straw.

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      To hell with the derriere-in-the-air tendency says:

      You can end up with egg on your face putting forward this sort of argument .Remember that documentary ‘The Power of Nightmares’ from the end of 2004, dismissing the terrorist threat to Britain as a chimera – it came to be regarded as a joke after 7/7.

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  29. 62

    Tweet du jour.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  30. 63
    Could have been worse says:

    Could have been brown ink

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  31. 65
    Anonymous says:

    Cheap pen. Cheap prime minister.

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  32. 67

    Smear me smear me, read all about it

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  33. 69
    M Oaten says:

    Oh mmm I quite like Dave’s new look, what do you think Gok?

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  34. 79
    F##k the LibLabCon says:

    What’s the big fuss about?
    It’s just a bit of shit leftover after his visit with the Friends of Israel.

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    Lord Anjem Choudhary says:

    Islamic apocalyptic dimension

    ISIS has started to produce a magazine, in English and other European languages, called Dabiq. The name is actually a town not far from Aleppo in northern Syria, which is important in Islamic history because it was the site of a major battle between the Ottomans and the Mamluks in 1516. But, more significantly, Dabiq is mentioned in a hadith (tradition recording the words and actions of Muhammad) that prophesies that a great battle will be fought there in the End Times, in which the Muslims will be victorious over the Christian forces, and which will be the first step in the Muslim conquest of the whole world. In Islamic eschatology, Jesus, whom Muslims call Isa, will descend via a minaret of the Great Mosque in Damascus, and from there he will lead his armies to victory. “Victory” means destroying every cross, killing every J*w and pagan, and either converting every Christian to Islam or killing them. This apocalyptic dimension is now shaping ISIS as it sees itself fighting an End Time battle

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    • 84
      John of Patmos says:

      Fucking pathetic. Nothing can beat my apocalypse.

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    • 96
      What Say Confucius? He says:

      Apocalypse is better than a pox on lips.

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    • 99
      What Say Confucius? He says:

      The loonier the tune, the quicker it is over.

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    • 112
      Gordon McBreath says:

      They say they want to destroy the world.
      But I actually did it.

      Praise be to Gordo. Destroyer of all wealth.

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      • 127
        Ed Twelvety Balls says:

        I’m standing ready to finish the job you started Gordon.

        Incidentally, could you return that copy of the ten times table you borrowed from me a few years ago? I might need it.

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      more history says:

      The Mamluks lost the battle due to a ruling class primarily concerned about themselves; betrayal from within the ruling class; antiquated views of the threat; and a populous having no reason to support the existing regime.

      Just like the country the liblabcons have built.

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  36. 81
    Tony B£air says:

    The boy done good. Terror threats are always a great distraction on bad news days. Well done Dave.

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  37. 87
    Anonymous says:

    IMF continue to fund Kiev.

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  38. 89
    Anon. says:

    More IMF cash for Kiev so they can continue to murder civilians in the east

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  39. 91
    Mrs Beeton says:

    To remove ink stains from a prime minister, an overnight milk bath will often do the trick. Just soak the affected politician in milk overnight and launder as usual the next day.

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  40. 92
    What Say Confucius? He says:

    First lesson of politics: keep your hands clean.

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    Anonymous says:

    surely it was his lipstick he smeared

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  43. 104
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    None of them have got a clue:

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  44. 109
    cured lefty says:

    Why does the paarkistarnie soccer team barred from world cup?
    cos every time they got a corner they open a shop
    BOOM BOOM!
    geddit.?

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    • 143
      A Burm? Did You Say A BURM? says:

      I thought the BOOM BOOM was in poor taste, given everything we know about said place.

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    Parker Pen.. says:

    Lessons need to be learned…dont shop at Poundland the quality is fucking shite…

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    • 123
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      How much do they charge?.

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    • 158
      Currently Investigating the Fluff in my Navel says:

      I have ordered a full inquiry, in order that people can be confident about the quality of pens being used by senior figures in government. Might I add that technically I had nothing to do with the decision to purchase the pen from Poundland in as much as my chauffeur handed over the pound coin at the counter. This was perfectly in accord with the Code of Practice on Purchase of Writing Implements promulgated last year following the Lord Simony inquiry into the “Leaky Pen in the Pocket” affair, which I might add originated under the previous Labour government, of which Ed Balls was a leading Member.

      For my own part, I was personally assured that all senior figures would be provided as a matter of course with Mont Blanc pens. That this did not happen on this occasion suggests a lamentable absence of co-ordination, one that I am determined to get to the bottom of.

      Whilst no blame attaches to my good colleague George Osborne who introduced the revised Stationery Purchasing Protocol, which saved a significant 23p in 2013/14, that – rather than any impulse buys on my own part – will be the focus of the inquiry which is expected to report some time after 2018.

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    • 229
      Norm Normal says:

      Taxpayers pay for those pens. Cheaper the better.

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  46. 115
    Have you ever been influenced by an aÐvertisement, Dave? says:

    Well, have you?

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  47. 122
    Bob Fleming says:

    Any investigative reporters sniffing round Bradford yet…?

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    Have you ever been influenced by a ÂÐveRţīŝĔMēn , Dave? says: Your comment is awaiting moderation. says:

     

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  49. 130
    Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

    Cameron your are a Gordon Clown, your finished, bye.

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  50. 131
    cuckoo says:

    the east bank of the river is probably a reasonable border line. We need Russia on our side in “the war against the fuckwits”.

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  51. 137
    Private Pike says:

    The Dutch government said Friday it wants to strip jihadists who go to fight in Syria or Iraq of their passports, even if they have not been convicted of a crime.

    Listening, Cameron?

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    • 212
      Dr Strangegove says:

      I think we should nuke them. Any left should be mopped up with drones. Kill them. They won’t need their passports then.

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    • 228
      Fishy says:

      We already do that….as announced by Teresa May some years ago

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      The Dutch Government are just playing to their gallery ,they know full well that Juncker and Barroso will never allow it .
      Note the term ‘wants to’ not will !

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      inside out says:

      As they are in the EU they could end up here,no checks on EU passports entering UK.Go through any airport in UK, if you have flown from EU country, you are never challenged,or have your passport scanned.

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  52. 138
    cuckoo says:

    hey Dave how is the armaments production coming along 60trillion bullets can’t be made over night you know. then there are all the missiles and wotnot.

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    • 150
      cuckoo says:

      I’m assuming that we have plenty of missile cruisers and the like ?
      killer satellites, frequency bombs and wotnot all ready to go ?

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      • 170
        Dr Evil says:

        We have killer sharks with frikin lasers attached to their heads…watch the fuck out IZAL we know who you are…

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      • 181
        Supreme Imbecile David Cameron says:

        We’ve got the HMS Ark Royal and a number of Harrier Jumpjets that are ready to be deployed at..

        Sorry..

        We’ve got a photo of the HMS Ark Royal that I had sent to a scrapyard, and of the Harrier Jumpjets that were ready to be deployed before I gave them away.

        You can trust me with the defence of Britain. That’s a cast-iron guarantee.

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  53. 140
    It's true - Cameron is a socialist says:

    “Network Rail joins the public sector: but don’t call it ‘nationalisation’
    On Monday, the track operator will be answerable to parliament – to a chorus of executives and MPs playing the change down”

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      Not a Conservative supporter anymore. says:

      Nationalisation by the Conservatives, now that is different.

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    • 231
      Fishy says:

      It was ‘nationalised’ by the Labour Party back in 2002 when the Communists in New Labour confiscated the private sectors investment in Railtrack. What has happened this week is that Network Rails £35bn of debt has to be moved to the government’s balance sheet.

      Network Rail, the nationalised part of the railway, is responsible for 80% of the performance problems / delays, is hugely inefficient and costs the tax payer a fortune…it costs us in Britain about 300% of what it costs to build a Km of railway in France.

      The only thing that will solve this is a FULL privatisation of the railway.

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      • 238
        Tachybaptus says:

        You don’t want to replace a failing publicly owned track maintenance body by a private version of the same thing, which will achieve nothing. You need to go back to the original arrangement where the local railway companies were responsible for their own track, and by keeping it in good repair maintained the performance of their trains. The companies charged other companies a moderate fee for using their track, so that long-distance services were possible. OK, it didn’t work marvellously but it was better than any other arrangement.

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  54. 141
    Anon. says:

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    2 thick to breathe on the BBC shiteplayer says:

    Labour are the skid marks of humanity.

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  56. 144
    HenryV says:

    A fresh rewrite of history.

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    Anon. says:

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      cuckoo says:

      not being a subscriber didn’t read all but I can imagine that if this is a remote server at a facility that the data may be mirrored on another disk and they should enquire if it can be retrieved.

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      • 161
        cuckoo says:

        Doh ok is 2002

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        • 182
          HenryV says:

          A kid in care’s whole paper file is kept until they pass out of the system. Some pour kid’s have a file before they are even born. What you find is there 4 or 5 files that cover the life of a pre-teen and then it can be a file per year until they turn 18. “Looking After Children” or LAC as it is known. At 18 the files go into storage and not dumped but I am not sure how long they are kept. Some past out of children’s services and go straight to the care of adult services. IT records I would assume have to be kept too for the same period. Because cases aren’t handled by one social worker they have to be available via a server. The server will be backed up. And if the authority knows what it is doing the back up isn’t kept on site. One is none, two is one, etc. There really is no excuse for data not to be available this isn’t the 20th century.

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          • Anonymous says:

            I’d refer you to https://twitter.com/odysseanproject

            Shows that this stretched well into Whitehall, and met with no empathy and/or sympathy.

            Indeed one senior official wanted evidence destroyed, according to this account.

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          • inside out says:

            Yes but this is a Labour Council we are talking about,bet they didn’t have all back up systems.If they did have all those systems,do you trust the South Yorkshire plod to have the ability and knowhow to obtain this “deleted”information.

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    • 173
      táxpáyér says:

      So someone knew exactly what to delete and remove???

      INSIDE JOB to cover up.

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    • 176
      Not a Conservative supporter anymore. says:

      How, Why, don’t believe a word, the only way data can be lost if it was on the local hard drive and not on a server, if it was held on a local hard drive the author should be sacked for incompetence and their managers should follow,keeping it on a local drive would make the data not shareable with others,oh I forgot uncivil servants and keeping the job for themselves.

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  58. 152
    Sir Nob Skelpov says:

    Cameroid and Theresa ‘Terrahawk’ May are current lying their asses off about ISIS along with ridiculously faked pictures in the press.
    John “Songbird” McCain on his recent sojourn to Syria has been photographed discussing funding ‘moderate’ rebels with no less than Al Bagpussy er I mean Al Bagdaddy

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  59. 154
    SS says:

    Not ink, is shoe polish, Bliar in commons to day getting feet kissed?

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    idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Why do all the IS fighters have their faces covered up. Is it so they can claim benefits when they get back. In fact why do they come back if carrying out jihad and living in their caliphate is so great? Maybe its’ to buy the latest Nike gear.

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    • 177
      Deport Nick Clegg says:

      Why are they coming back? I’ve wondered about that, too.

      Stay in the infidel-free Islamic Caliphate that they’ve hankered after all their lives, where Jihad and submission to the will of Almighty Allah are part of everyday puritanical life, or come back here and be first in the queue for an iPhone 6?

      Suprisingly, it’s not a tough choice.

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      • 184
        idon'tneednodoctor says:

        And how many would be left in the Caliphate after 5 years. Who makes the rules in the Caliphate. Internal fighting would wipe them out, well hopefully.

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        • 217
          Dr Strangegove says:

          I am assuming that our brave leader Dave Cameron will have killed them all by then. That’s what our nukes are for, after all. Removing existential threats.

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      • 416
        Simon danczuks red raw cock says:

        After a month their JSA claim will be shut down,gotta keep the bennies coming.Innit .

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    • 194
      It Begins With an I and Ends in Violence says:

      More grooming opportunities over here. Over there, all the Ka’ffir girls will have been sold off in the local sl’ave market.

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  61. 169
    Not A Time For Leftie Leaders says:

    Last week it was “in a wet suit” this week “wet in a suit” (again)

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  62. 171
    bush fetishist says:

    So, let us be clear on this – and I appreciate your battle with moderation issues – you SNOGGED the Christmas card sent to Bill, Linda and Jess on Old Redding, Middx. because it smelled a bit bushy?

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    • 189
      The Commenter Behind The Other Commenter says:

      Bill is a master craftsman and ex-musician. He builds/repairs guitars belonging to the likes of Marr, Clapton and Kate’s hubby.
      He, and Linda, receive tickets/backstage passes to these artist’s gigs.
      I was “partnered” with a friend of theirs, at that time. *waves to Janet*
      They have an 8′ by 3′ tub, in which it is quite possible to drown in. Cast iron.
      Somehow, I found myself in that humongous bath and, much later, snorting Kate’s handwriting.
      Sheer bliss.

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      • 202
        Derek Smalls says:

        “……..these artists’ gigs….”, maybe?

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      • 207
        Elsie Beattie (83 and a quarter) says:

        You sound like an alcoholic, dear.

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        • 216
          Caroline Lucas says:

          Go to bed. You’re old. Think of the planet, you stinky old wretch, sitting there with your electric blanket on and your filthy gas fire. Have you eaten your 5-a-day yet? Oh, actually, don’t. Think of the methane. But then there’s the care for the elderly. Oh no, the polar bears.

          This was a Party Political Broadcast by the Green Party.

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    Ed Miliband says:

    Does anyone know how to get an owl into an envelope?

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    Anon. says:

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    Genghiz the kahn says:

    Commons CLG ‏@CommonsCLG 1h
    Committee calls in Rotherham Council senior managers to account for child sexual exploitation failures: http://bit.ly/XYPuNa

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    • 205
      stun() says:

      Lessons have been learned, much improved now etc. Except the cúnts never admitted anything was wrong in the first place. Suspend them on full pay, is what I say. Maybe even threaten them with a bad reference.

      Or hang them.

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  67. 197
    Friends of the Chosen People says:

    Has Dave wiped our shit off his top lip yet?

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  68. 201
    Boring! says:

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  69. 203
    Big D says:

    Still no new arrests in Rotherham ( Bradford Doncster Oxford )
    The creatures that have become so depraved and have made the North inparticular a swamp must be laughing all the way to prayers today.
    Wonder just exactly what it is they are down on their knees asking for ?
    More of the same no questions asked ?

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      stun() says:

      How can they possibly arrest them now? If they’ve known about it all this time and have either ignored it or actively suppressed it, what are they going to do? Clearly an outside authority needs to take over. It is an abomination that the only one I can think of is probably Dogs for the Blind. Though if they get their pooches in it may not screw the other one

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        Londoner says:

        Suspend the local authority. Direct rule from Whitlehall. All current councillors banned from public office for 5 years. Clean up the electoral register, require every person on it to prove their identity in person at the Town Hall or they are taken off it and then hold new elections in 6 months time with a ban on postal votes.

        Manwhile, bring in the Royal Military police and seconded officers from other forces to replace the S Yorks Police in Rotherham while the latter are disbanded and replaced.

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          stun() says:

          Oh, you softy. Looks OK, apart from the Whitehall bit – which part of the civil service common purpose shills are you referring to? Some decent statements by ex-armed forces leaders, but some crap ones too.

          As a UKIPer, I want the state to look smaller, and to simplify law to concentrate on proper offences, butI would love to see treason put back on the menu.

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          • Londoner says:

            It was a toss up between Whitehall and Essex, but I don’t think the Northerners would take kindly to common sense so soon after thier Labour brainwashing.

            Or do you think we should put young Prince Charles in charge? He doesn’t seem to have much on these days and is dying to royally fuck something up before he ascends the throne.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Boycott council tax until at least some named figureheads agree to go?

            On the basis that any back-payments would be made when they go.

            Tricky though, because the electorate there is predominantly Labour.

            And Labour, being tribal, are not good at holding their own to account.

            Mostly prefer to blame others, justifiably or not.

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    Clacton Tory Volunteer says:

    Which way to the Novelty Rock Emporium?

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    cuckoo says:

    who are these thick cvnts on any questions

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    A lawyer trying to be helpful says:

    What scrutiny, if any, has there been of Jay’s methodology and reading list?

    How has she reached her conclusions ?

    Is she saying there are insufficient resources to deal with the level of abuse and the support necessary?

    if so, what is her estimate of the missing manpower and assets together with her costings.

    Just how detailed and thorough has she been? How many of the 1,400 abused children has she met or interviewed?

    She has made some very trenchant criticisms but can these all be verified within the body of her report?

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      cuckoo says:

      I dunno pal what do you think ?

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      Planning says:

      Let’s just say that I prefer her report to the outright lies that have gone before.

      As for resources, we need a new police force. And a couple more prisons.

      On the plus side, when we have deported the perpetrators and their families, we’ll be able to hold free and fair elections for the first time in years.

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      Anonymous says:

      Ah, would you mean: “a Lefty lawyer trying to be helpful to Lefties says”

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    Sal, yes it's me folks says:

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    Harriet Harperson says:

    Feminists are just a by-product of Cultural Marxism, ultimately the goal is to destroy the white race through rendering females useless.

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      Londoner says:

      Thanks for that warning Harriet. Just how do you suggest that women are given a meaningful purpose in our society and in what way would that be any business of the government?

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    cuckoo says:

    the police overseer fellow has resigned then has he ?

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    Northern person says:

    Child abuse, apologists for paedo’s…no matter, I’ll be voting Labour for my bennies….

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    Dave Cameron, Prime Minister and Equestrian says:

    I am appalled that the terrible government of Iraq has caused so much trouble by governing for the benefit of itself and shitting over one religious group.

    It should copy me – govern for the benefit of a tiny group of, mostly foreign, rich people and shit over everyone else.

    Tally ho.

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    @SC:

    Summary of general global themes this week + collation of news articles.

    The S’upreme I’mbecile’s morning after sex Jihad and a salsa mix of P’utin and L’avrov in nuclear Alan Partridge dress, featuring Shaggy denial dubs from the R’ussian Ministry of Sound MC crew sum it up.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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      stun() says:

      It’s an honest thing I say to you now, EUFetc. You clearly read a lot and are knowledgeable, cite many sources and inform us all. But I read your conclusions on matters political and end up disagreeing with you on most of them. I probably don’t immerse myself quite as much as you do in the various newsfeeds you use to inform your opinion, but my common sense suggests that you may have often got the wrong end of the stick. You are also getting more assertive with your theories – think BW here- and maybe getting a little too dogmatic.

      And lose the apostrophes. Makes you look like a Bacofoil addict.

      Oh, and Vote UKIP (I do, and a member)

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    Anonymous says:

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      Dr Bob says:

      Big problem for the police if they’re all called Mohammed.

      Seriously though, what is Theresa May going to do about this?

      Oh I forgot she’s panicking over a possible terrorist threat.

      Good day to bury bad news, Mr Cameron?

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        Londoner says:

        I don’t expect much from T May. She’s all piss and wind.

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        Cpl Hicks says:

        The fact that this most of the abuse happened under a labour government, in a labour council run shithole that has been a labour strong hold for years and due to progressive labtard political correctness.

        Of course I can see my cammermong would want to bury this dreadful news.

        What do you want May to do? This grooming is rife in most labour held northern shitholes. It’s what you get if you vote labour because your dad did and his dad did and because you’re a brain dead mong who doesn’t care about this country.

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          Mzzzzz. 'Mad' Hatty HaHaPerson, NooLieBore Clitorati 'exceptionnel' (as they say in frogland) says:

          And just think how enriched the girls must feel! – not every day you can get a dozen cocks in your in-tray in one session!

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      Plod says:

      Crime was going down……according to our statistics anyway.

      If anyone says different,shout ‘Racist !’ As if by magic, they all run away. )

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      gildedtumbril says:

      Were they all called momud?

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    Sigetiber says:

    PICTURE the scene; a taxi is pulled over by an officer from South Yorkshire Police who finds a half-naked 12-year-old in the back of the cab so drunk or drugged that she can hardly stand. When interviewed, the taxi driver is found to have pornographic pictures of the girl on his phone.

    The officer hands back the phone and – no doubt with a smart salute and a cheery “Mind how you go sir” – waves the child r@pist on his way.

    To to do otherwise would be racist, because the taxi driver happened to be Asian, you see. Our police may no longer be much good at protecting the vulnerable, but they are world experts when it comes to respecting “cultural sensitivities”. Isn’t it good to know that all that expensive diversity training has gone to good use?

    Four months later, the same child is found naked hiding under a bed in a house occupied by a gang of Muslim men. This time the brave bobbies excelled themselves – they let the gang go free and arrested the girl for being drunk and disorderly.

    On two other occasions fathers who turned up at the houses where their children were being gang r@ped by large groups of men were themselves arrested when they tried to stop the abuse and rescue the children. Makes you proud to be British, doesn’t it?

    The most shocking aspect of the Rotherham child abuse scandal is not that the police didn’t do anything – but that they did, in that they actually helped the abusers, as did the ineffective social workers and politicians at the centre of this scandal.

    Why? Quite simply because the perpetrators of these crimes were Asian Muslims and, according to the politically correct creed that has been imposed on us, no criticism of Asian Muslims is allowed. The liberal left establishment in this country have constructed a narrative – you might call it a big fat multi-cultural lie – that all cultures are as good as each other and that we all live together in perfect harmony like one huge Coca Cola advert.

    Anything that challenges this narrative – even if it is the truth – has to be ruthlessly suppressed.

    For example Ann Cryer, the courageous former Labour MP for Keighley, was one of the first to raise the alarm in 2003 when she complained about gangs of Asian pimps recruiting young white girls at the gates of schools in her constituency.

    What she said was factually correct, but it didn’t fit in with the multi-cultural narrative, so she was howled down and smeared as a racist and a bigot.

    The Keighley abuse was just the tip of the iceberg and since then there has been an epidemic of similar cases in Rochdale, Oxford, Peterborough, Derby, Middlesbrough, Leeds, Bradford, Blackpool, Blackburn, Oldham and Skipton.

    The pattern is remarkably similar; the abusers are overwhelmingly Muslim men of P@kistani heritage, often taxi drivers or kebab shop workers, and the victims are very young, white working class girls, frequently from deprived and chaotic homes.

    If action had been taken on Cryer’s warnings back in 2003 then perhaps the victims in Rotherham and other similar incidents of abuse could have been saved.

    But the establishment – the politicians, social workers and the police – refused to listen and refused to act – and anyone who pointed to the racial aspects of the crimes was denounced as a racist.

    Take for example Steve Heywood, the assistant chief constable of Great Manchester who insisted after the Rochdale scandal that: “It’s not a racial issue.”

    Or Keith Vaz, the oily chairman of the Commons Home Affairs select committee, who said that mentioning the racial aspect of these crimes would “open up a Pandora’s box as far as race relations is concerned and I don’t think that’s necessarily what we want”.

    Or the blind obstinacy of Sue Berelowitz, the deputy Children’s Commissioner, who still insists race is not an issue in these crimes despite her own statistics proving otherwise.

    What we have seen is a massive establishment cover up. We’ve been lied to time and again. The lives and happiness of 1,400 children in Rotherham alone have been sacrificed on the altar of this giant multi-cultural lie.

    The only good thing to come out of the Rotherham scandal is that no one will believe these lies any more.

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      Londoner says:

      One part of the solution is to sack the entire police force in that part of S Yorks – and any copper who has ever worked in Rotherham who now works elsewhere.

      I see no reason why any of them should remain in post. They are clearly utterly useless.

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      Skulking behind Tor says:

      Well said. But I fear that you understimate the crushing power of the establishment to silence its critics, no matter how true their criticism. And I think you also underestimate the tendency of idiots to vote for Labour regardless of blatantly obvious facts.

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        Londoner says:

        They didn’t silence them this time.

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        If there were to be an election in Rotherham tomorrow with the same labour councillors responsible for this rape and abuse of children ,they would win with a thumping majority, such is the slavish moronic Labour vote in such places.
        Never under estimate the power of blind stupidity .

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        Anonymous says:

        Sigetiber Comment 234
        A superb,articulate and thoughful account. Thank you for taking the time and trouble to let us know your concerns which are the concerns of so many of us. The problem is, we are not listened to and our concerns are not the concerns of our politicians so we must change our politicians. How can we bring this about?

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      Diane Abbott says:

      Wacist.

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      Fishy says:

      Asian?

      Why do you smear a whole continent when you know where the perpetrators come from?

      PS: You missed out Telford.

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    Ramping fear to distract from Labour r’ape ???

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    Anonymous says:

    Full pension . Gong . Almost Labour Party candidate for the South Yorkshire Police Police and Crime Commissioner.

    There’s a pattern.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meredydd_Hughes

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    Vote UKIP :-D

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    Vote UKIP :-D

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    Vote UKIP :-D

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    Vote UKIP :-D

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      Fishy says:

      Why vote UKIP and let a Putin supporting, Marxist bred multiculturalist into Downing Street?

      No thanks.

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      Not a Conservative supporter anymore. says:

      Scare tactics, won’t change the fact you did bugger all about Rotherham, you have the Conservatives in the same league as Labour, totally disgusting lot of political individuals, between you and Liebour, you have brought Parliament into total disrepute, honourable should be dishonourable, you disgust me and May 2015 I will vote for any other than the two corrupt political parties.

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      Jezza says:

      Haha bring it on. More dead moo slims.. I think your average Englishman is more than a match for these backward cretins

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        They are quite good fighters in the field, but a crowd of chaps with some beer inside them would finish them. IS would lose in a typical M’illwall terrace confrontation.

        Don’t know why the S’upreme I’mbecile is trying to stoke fear. No one likes him and if terrorists do strike most will blame Dave for the deaths not the terrorists.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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    non taxable pikey says:

    Seems to me that Dave has got his double face on.

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      Despicable 'Dave' says:

      Thank goodness something’s come up to divert attention away from the EUSSR and UKIP.

      And better still, – there are Wind Farms in EVERY shot of the sea at Clacton on Sea!

      No wonder I’m riding so high on the pole!

      Watt??!!

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        Tachybaptus says:

        Like the idea of him riding high on a pole, or at least his head. Cf Macbeth 5.8: Macduff, fighting Macbeth, speaks:

        … And live to be the show and gaze o’ the time:
        We’ll have thee, as our rarer monsters are,
        Pointed on a pole, and underwrit,
        ‘Here may you see the tyrant.’

        (The standard text says ‘painted’ not ‘pointed’, but it is clear from the context that what was meant was putting the heads of executed criminals on poles, as on London Bridge.)

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    Vote UKIP :-D

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    deleted says:

    Jim Murphy is getting death threats from Scottish nationalists. They have intimidated anyone or any institution that argues against them. Vote yes. Get rid of them and when it goes ape shit …………………………….

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  90. 262

    This statement from the S’upreme I’mbecile can be read in many ways:

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

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      stun() says:

      My first thought was why would anyone poll an electorate outside Clacton? Although the question is a bit bizarre, it does suggest a more even distribution between the 3 main parties. LibDems are still fucked though.

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    yasmin aligarrrrhh brownstuff says:

    It is essential that the rac’ists and white people are not allowed to place any pressure on the mooslim people of our land. We could get blown up too you know, you rac’ists.

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    The shame culture piece is important, but perhaps is being presented now as a further distraction to Labour’s Child R’ape Policy success in R’otherham and elsewhere.

    It’s essentially passing blame to the family and friends of the victim, and the victim as well.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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      stun() says:

      That’s in the Grauniad. Never knowingly right. I worry about you sometimes, EUetc, your agenda is odd

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        Posted this up the other day as explanation – it is worth a watch:

        Make a mental note to replace ‘grooming’ with the more correct terms:

        i) Under-aged inter-rrac!al prostitution ring
        ii) R’aped
        iii) Violent sexual assault
        iv) Indecent assault
        v) P’enetrative assault

        Just to remove the emotional distancing that the UK media under Labour mainly have conditioned folk with, and the important bit of the above article will make sense.

        When reflecting on ‘grooming’ programming the deliberate nature of what has happened in R’otherham and elsewhere will become even clearer.

        The introduction of that term by the government and media was done to make the reality of what was engineered to happen be more acceptable to the majority. Can you see what it is yet ? :-)

        Vote UKIP :-D

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      Not a Conservative supporter anymore. says:

      13 years of Liebour and uncontrolled immigration with no thought of getting the immigrants to “blend” in and along with political laws and political correctness has shut the people of Britain up and made all discussion impossible, which has now put us in the mess we are in, until we have control of our own country, I think lives will be lost if we don’t take care.

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        The conservatively estimated 1400 girls affected so far have arguably already lost their lives – certainly their child hoods.

        Labour also killed about 20,000 people on the NHS didn’t they ?

        It is Labour that is the problem. The snake needs its head removed.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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    Carswell Reinvented says:

    Oh hello.

    I was asked to appear on Spears at the Heart of Downing Street.

    No, no… spears. Oh. This is Smears at the Heart of Downing Street, you say?

    Apologies. Some sort of mix-up. There have been a couple of those lately.

    Some chap Lording it over in UKIP thought I was gate-crashing his party. Can’t explain that mix-up either.

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    • 303
      stun() says:

      You’ll be here all week? Most amusing.

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      • 348
        Carswell Reinvented says:

        Well, I support/vote UKIP.

        Yet feel there’s no reason we can’t laugh at ourselves and our own.

        (Acts as interesting bait sometimes, too).

        I have always had the utmost regard for Carswell (as doesTebbit, I’m pleased to read), and voted Conservative in the last election. But not again, as long as Cameron runs that show.

        But we can laugh at ourselves and our own.

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    Ian Katz says:

    This evening I stumbled across Newsnight. Is it usual to find oneself shouting at the TV?

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    The People's Army (Clacton Battalion) says:

    Fat spoon-faced fool.

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    ISIS - a U.S. initiative says:

    Documentary “The Covert Origins of ISIS”

    Essential to understand the unchanging strategy unfolding as planned.

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    Clacton Hotting Up says:

    The Turnip Analysis for to be announced by election for Clacton, is gathering evidence of more UKIP members and voters who vote UKIP and voters minded to vote UKIP talking and intending to vote conservative than equivalent new UKIP voters coming from all other parties or new to vote.

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    Je'w says:

    George Galloway ‘badly bruised’ after street attack…

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-28992601

    Lolz…

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    Alex Salmonella says:

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      A no vote followed by a low intensity civil war between partisans north of the border could be quite beneficial economically to England.

      Vote UKIP :-D

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        Tachybaptus says:

        Far from it. We would have to pay for casualties, rebuilding etc. A war — any war — is the most conspicuous waste of money the human mind has devised.

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          Selling weapons in would be beneficial, especially if both sides were supplied.

          It would also be useful for coercing the S’cottish government to opening up oil fields and supplying at a good price in order to fund their defence. Black market prices on the other side would work out cheaper and help keep costs down.

          War is fine provided you are positioned right for it. The best position is not to be in it, but to be selling into it and taking from it.

          S’cotland one way or another will pay a price for its display of disloyalty to the union whatever the outcome of the vote. If they choose to fight in the event of a No, or vote Yes, that price will be high.

          Vote UKIP :-D

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          • Tachybaptus says:

            Ah, but you said a no vote. That doesn’t allow us to wash our hands of what happens north of the border. We would still be paying.

            Like

          • But that would only be if they chose to fight in the event of a No. It would be better if they did not, but one has a feeling that there is a credible element up there that will attempt it.

            England would not be washing any hands. What one would get in return would be of more value, hence profitable.

            It is possible to have a region in a state of low intensity conflict within the Union. N’orthern I’reland proved that, however it was harder to control the flow of arms there as it was separate from the mainland and bordered another country.

            S’cotland would be riskier due to it bordering the mainland, but overall easier to control.

            Vote UKIP :-D

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          • Tachybaptus says:

            I’d love you to be right, but am pessimistic.

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          • Jim2 says:

            but……we have the nukes!

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        • 342

          Not to mention the refugee camps in Carlisle !

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          • Anonymous says:

            Not condoning violence or any form of intimidation which may have happened later in this film,, from his evidence (admitedly only viewed up to about half way through the clip) it seems he had his own loud sound system ,a professional camera on a solid tripod facing the public he was addressing, + the handheld camera(s) used during these clips, + large standing “NO” billboards.
            The amateur “Yes” supporters responded in kind.
            A score draw.

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          Tachybaptus, would you please stop encouraging this c’unt by engaging with him? I know of not one single poster who is interested in this c’unts re-postings of a tweet from some Lithuanian’s Twitter account and his six-paragraph dissection thereafter of what the Lithuanian’s Tweet may or may not mean. The tone and content of his every post are calculated to show him as someone who has the inside track on world events when at times even his command of English is open to debate, even before you consider the content. This is an individual who regularly recommends selling arms to both sides in any current conflict. For which you can read: Pro EU Troll is someone who is happy to see the children on *both* sides be killed and left mutilated. Need more be said??

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      Genghiz the kahn says:

      Youse lookin’ at a heidful of egg.

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      Alex Salmond, Leader of the McMorons says:

      It’s only a wee lad having a bit of a jape.

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    cuckoo says:

    best not forget these islamic fuckers go about chopping and raping because they enjoy it

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    David Axlegrease says:

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    Lard Everard - Giant Cockroach says:

    BRING THOSE 7% TO MY HOTEL ROOM !!

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    So Galloway got a broken jaw? What a shame.

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    John Bellingham says:

    Someone smashed George Galloway’s face in and there are no flags or drunks all round, why?

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      Tachybaptus says:

      You’d have had to be pretty alert to get the news before closing time. Tomorrow, raised tankards and the sound of a nation giggling.

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    Anonymous says:

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    cured lefty says:

    stephen nolan show discussing rotherham mo shafic in absolute denial
    blaming every council ,police anybody
    meanwhile the whole of creation and everyones granny knows the crims are paarkistanies

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      cured lefty says:

      and the guy who exposed saville gets dissapeared 2 seconds after he insists its a paarkistarni problem
      not even a fade out thankyou from that fat k/unt nolan!

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        Jezza says:

        it’s a mus lim problem first and foremost – that’s what drives them – contempt for women in general and non-mus lim women in particular. The BBC will choke before it utters that truth

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          I doubt it says:

          Old pensioner discussing problems in NHS in Northern Ireland on Nolan’s show yesterday was hurriedly shifted off once he mentioned immigration.

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    From the memory hole…

    Vote UKIP :-D

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      Anonymous says:

      Have Barnardo’s lost the plot?
      During the last few days alone their spokesman has had a golden opportunity to vociferously and with passion berate all those responsible for the shocking behaviour towards children, from perpetrators to professional and private adults complicit by their inaction to protect them.
      Barnardo’s give the impression they accept the existence of shocking behaviour, blithely stating it happens elsewhere in the country too.
      Why haven’t Barnardo’s and all charities involved in child welfare been jumping up and down ?

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        Have they lost the plot?…isn’t their boss a Khan?

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          Criticism from Barnardos is praise indeed, what was once a respected charity has been transformed into just another left wing pressure group after years of infiltration .

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          John Bellingham says:

          I recall that Barnardo’s was founded with the principles of Protestant Evangelicalism in mind. What is a Moosa doing as its head?

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        Could be connected with government funding of charities ?

        Gives an economic incentive to perhaps keep quiet and not rock the boat.

        That issue has been raised on this blog a number of times.

        It’s the large ones in particular that are at fault.

        That they need a steady supply of victims – as do certain MPs in order to build their CVs with charity work – like S’arah C’hampion for example.

        There is clearly a nasty feedback loop here involving cash, deception and r’ape which seems to track Labour MPs.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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    Any Answers? says:

    Had laugh at the comments at the comments of the businesswoman on Any Questions last night.

    She fully supported mass immigration. Surprise, surprise – she employed a lot of immigrants herself….at which point she wittered on about the wonderful diversity they brought (somehow she managed to avoid the phrase “increased profits” which I am sure never enters her mind). But then she said the only problem was – ! – we weren’t building enough houses, hospitals and all the rest for these new immigrants!!! Incredible logic!

    Has she done the sums? Does she now how much a house in London costs. Let’s say £400k minimum. Your average immigrant would need to devote the WHOLE of their salary for 20 years to be able to afford that.

    So what she is actually talking about is US – citizens of Britain – providing huge subsidies to provide the infrastructure for the immigrants, in order that her business can continue to enjoy high profits.

    When will the elite start to address these issues? If the answer is never then the country is dead.

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    albacore says:

    “The first and most important duty of government is the protection of the British people.”
    Theresa May.

    Well, there you go – a nice throw-away line
    Don’t worry, folks, you know everything’s fine
    Parliament’s lying will still all your fears
    Just like it’s done for the last fifty years
    Consider, though, that, upon reflection
    Rotherham’s their idea of protection

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-28986271

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

    Prime Minister at centre of political shitstorm, government raises terrorist threat level the following day. Quelle surprise. You truly are the heir to Blair Dave.

    What’s next, tanks a Heathrow by any chance?

    Terrorist threat, last refuge of a failing PM.

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      Anonymous says:

      Understandably, many have become so cynical of the establishment that it is tempting to jump to the conclusion that diversionary tactics are being employed.
      If that were to be so, then such a course of action, using terrorism policy to achieve that objective, would be just as dangerous.

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    Oi vey, my life says:

    Feeding the crocodile.

    David Cameron says that the threat from m****ms has been raised? We have been under attack for years, the extremists came at our children aided and abetted by the cartel establishment who not only allowed it to happen they protected the abusers using some some of the most perverted logic imaginable.Thousands of our children were thought to be of less value than the appearance of multicultural harmony, can you dig it?

    The establishment has been feeding the crocodile in the hope it will eat them last, no price is too high just as long as they dont have to admit they were wrong about multiculturalism, and still the government is trying suppress the truth and hide who is responsible lest it expose the reality of multiculturalism.

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  113. 366
    Owen Jones says:

    R I P George Galloway

    George Galloway punched and left ‘in pretty bad shape’ after attack: http://bit.ly/Y01fCZ

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  114. 369
    Threat Level says:

    Muslim grooming gangs: Critical

    Liked by 1 person

    • 374
      Oi vey, my life says:

      Government response?

      Feed them more victims of course.

      After all, the victims are only English and the wrong race and colour, trash really and who cares what happens to them.

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  115. 372
    Mehdi Hasan says:

    I’ll be there ,will you ?

    THE RESISTANCE MARCHES ON ROTHERHAM: Demo, 13th September.. Details here: http://www.nationalbritishresistance.com/the-resistance-marches-on-rotherham/

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  116. 377
    Cocky Dave says:

    The threat from the mozzie terrorists is no greater than it was yesterday, last week or tomorrow.

    However, I screamed WOLF WOLF WOLF WOLF on telly.

    It’s got Carswell, Rotherham and the appalling immigration figures off the headlines. RESULT !

    Liked by 1 person

  117. 380
    Anjem Choudhary says:

    Sad news to see George Galloway attacked in the street……sad that the vile bastard survived it

    Liked by 1 person

  118. 382
    JustSayNo_toFriendsofIsrael says:

    So a UK MP is attacked in a London street.

    His ‘offence': speaking his mind.

    Unlike those cowed by ‘PC’ dogma in Rotherham, this particular politician says what he feels. He might say distasteful things, but he is free to do so.

    But he obviously met a Friend of Israel last night, who just doesn’t like what a UK MP has to say about Israel.

    As far as I am aware, Galloway has never attacked anyone in the street.

    Friends of Israel are no friends of the UK – or UK politicians – or even free speech.

    Not very Friendly people at all…

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    • 383
      Not friends of ISIS says:

      Brilliant news to wake up to: antisemite George Galloway beaten up while posing for photos in Notting Hill. Respect!

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      • 385
        David Ward says:

        I’m hearing reports that George Galloway has had ten shades of shit knocked out of him. What fantastic news!

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      • 387
        JustSayNo_toFriendsofIsrael says:

        I rest my case, m’lud !

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        • 404
          pookie snackumberger says:

          I didn’t know that term was used in shira law.

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          • JustSayNo_toFriendsofIsrael says:

            Indeed, it is a term widely known amongst the majority of the reasonable UK electorate, aka the average person in the street.

            The average person in the street also finds it ridiculous that the UK bows down to the insidious threats of a foreign, supposedly ‘Friendly’ self-interest group.

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  119. 388
    OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT DAVE OUT says:

    10 more full double decker bus loads of net immigrants arrived yesterday. Just like the day before, and today, and tomorrow, and everyday.

    That’s around 200 more houses to be shit on to the countryside each day. Etc . etc

    WHAT HAS THAT LYING BASTARD CAMERON DONE TO STOP IT? FUCK ALL

    Oh Yes. He’s going to renegotiate, maybe , perhaps, unknown agenda, sometime, and hold a referendum, possibly, or not.

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  120. 389
    albacore says:

    Cameron and Clegg having a chin-wag
    Wot, no Miliband. Now, ain’t that a drag!
    And as for omitting Larry the cat
    There really can be no excuse for that

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-28993917

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  121. 390
    Threat Level says:

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  122. 392
    Anonymous says:

    No wonder statistics for crime rates claim an improvement in the incidence of crime.
    Swindon Advertiser report:
    ” RAPE crimes being settled by community resolutions have been branded unacceptable by the police inspectorate in a report into data handling.
    An extensive assessment of crime recording practices within Wiltshire Police was published this week and underlines flaws in the system while acknowledging work is being done.
    After the force accepted in 2013 that sexual offences figures were being manipulated to portray a more positive outcome, the latest checks reveal that 58 serious sexual offence cases, including five rapes, were resolved by community resolution rather than court.”

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  123. 394
    Not a Conservative supporter anymore. says:

    I see the threat level is not really a threat but they have to take the scums minds off doing anything about Rotherham, LibLabCon party have all dived for cover and are saying nothing, who’s the scum now.

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  124. 395
    Anonymous says:

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  125. 399
    Note the word 'promises' says:

    “David Cameron promises new UK powers to tackle Isis terror threat”

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  126. 402
    pookie snackumberger says:

    Some establishment dick on the radio this morning asked what is the PM going to do for the IS suporters who have returned to the UK and had their lives disrupted!!!!

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  127. 403
    Hear All See All says:

    http://www.express.co.uk/comment/columnists/macer-hall/504905/Inside-Politics-Ukip-springs-its-latest-surprise:-

    The full article worth reading – a flavour:
    “The truth is out: 1975 referendum voteres were DUPED.
    SECRET Cabinet documents released from Whitehall this week gave a fascinating insight into the way voters were duped in the run-up to the 1975 referendum on Britain’s links with Europe.
    The Foreign Office papers were declassified following a year-long freedom of information battle by the Eurosceptic pressure group Britain for Business.
    And they reveal that official advice given to ministers in Harold Wilson’s Labour government about the full impact on the country of joining the European Economic Community, the forerunner to today’s European Union, was not disclosed to the public.
    Ministers were warned that the lawmaking powers of the Brussels bureaucracy would lead to “a gross infringement of the sovereignty” of the Westminster Parliament”

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    • 419
      JocksHaveWokenUp_Cheerio says:

      And almost 40 years later the government is trying to dupe voters in another referendum.

      The vote on Scottish independence has been blighted by the government’s – and main parties’ – scandalous promotion of their ‘Project Fear’ to scare voters to stay with the UK.

      And the compliant MSM has been happily supportive, blatantly biased and obedient to the Westminster bubble – where nothing changes, even after 40 years.

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  128. 405
    Anonymous says:

    “100’s and 100’s of ‘Asian’ names” on numerous sim cards.

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  129. 409
    Big D says:

    What the hell is Cameron thinking about ( has he in fact got a brain )
    He could close down the Rotherham Council immediately and send in Gov officers to run it .
    That also means that the councillors are no longer ( supposedly ) in charge and everything is out of their control .
    He can leave that in place as long as required .
    At the same time he should set up a public enquiry ( with wide powers ) to examine the failings of the South Yorkshire Police ( I will not refer to these idiots as a force ) Judge Butler Schloss is seemingly now free and one would imagine could start immediately.
    Only by taking action rather than all his normal verbal rhetoric will both these bodies ( local authorities and cops ) be made to do the jobs they are entrusted with.
    That being the safety of the general public rather than tip toeing round the Muslim minority.
    When failings are found proven than dismissal off all concerned and stripping of office of all councillors involved.
    THis is easily achieved through their ” Standards Regime “

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    • 410

      Every time he could have labour on the ropes he back off , the Stafford NHS , Harman and Dromey involvement with paedophiles , and now this, WHY .

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      • 451
        The Network says:

        Business as usual, if all you have to choose is the colour of the the soap powder box, what choice do your really have? They are an elite that has more in common with each other than the people they are supposed to represent.
        They want power to stay where it is and will do anything to ensure it does.

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  130. 411
    Anonymous says:

    “Smears at the Heart of Downing Street”
    Great! If it stems the spread of cancerous ideologies.
    On one slide we have Theresa jolly-good-fellow May, peace be upon her, busily exhorting her minions to create the Conservative Caliphate. In which an impossible policy paradigm, filtered down from on high, must somehow be materialized by lowly creatures at the bottom. Themselves also totally devoid of the reality-altering capacity needed to achieve it. Is it any surprise then? If those pilloried peasants resort to outrageous subterfuges, designed to foster the illusion in their master’s mind. That all is going exactly to specification, as prescribed from above. On the other slide, ISIS employs exactly the same game plan. Intent on swaddling chosen ones in the robes of mystical authority. Whilst devolving the small matter of responsibility for manifestation, to those below. Might rationally suggest, that the glaring discrepancies evident in both these delusions be placed under the microscope? In order that a master strategy (anti-carcinogen), more precisely formulated to match the reality we are all constrained to live in, may be identified? For what form of actuality depends on a redaction and falsification of figures, to substantiate a summation? Wherein the regular and repeated exposure of new scandals, whenever reality overhauls either faux rendition of reality, can only continue.

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  131. 434
    gildedtumbril says:

    What an R.Swipe.

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  132. 439
    gildedtumbril says:

    If the milliloon (millipede) beats camoron in 2015 camoron could become Lord smear.
    And did not a certain Nick Griffin nearly get 7 years gaol in 2003 for
    describing the Rotherham effect of moo slum ‘culture’?

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