September 4th, 2014

Bercow at Bay

On Monday, the Speaker was promising to “solicit views in detail” from Members about his controversial selection of Carol Mills as Clerk of the House. “People can express their views on the floor of the House,” he said. “I want to hear what people have to say.”

Now it’s – That’s enough of that. There is no point of order further to that point of order. Let’s move on. No , no, no, la-la-la, not listening, presentation of Bills what day?

He calls his accusers in that weary, ‘here we go again’ voice, encouraging Labour to jeer and call out “Keep your hair on!” to. Michael Fabricant. For the PLP Bercow is “Our Speaker” and for that reason Bercow addresses half his rebuttals to their side, seeking their support.

Fabricant told the Speaker he’d lied to the House. He said he had it from people on the panel that Saxton Bampfylde had indeed been prevented from coming and speaking to the panel and giving information about Carol Mills. “I wonder whether, under those circumstances, you might wish to put the record straight so that the House is not misled.”

He made an ancillary point. Would the Speaker lift the threat of litigation against Saxton Bampfylde so they could publicly set the record straight?

The Speaker said he’d take advice on that. As close to an admission that he has threatened to sue the recruiters if they come clean.

Bercow: “He is quite wrong to say that there was prevention of Saxton Bampfylde giving information to the panel.”

So. Saxton Bampfylde knew there were two Inquiries involving Carol Mills and they didn’t try to tell this to the panel?

They should be sued for in incompetence, negligence, uselessness, delboys masquerading as recruitment professionals.

When will Speaker’s Counsel get onto that?

Further to that point of order . . . The Speaker cut him down. “No, no. There is nothing further to that point of order.”

There is this.

Will Saxton Bampfylde pick up the costs of any legal action Carol Mills might bring – including a possible £2m compensation payment?


449 Comments

  1. 1
    John Bercow says:

    Clement weather we’re having.

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  2. 3
    idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Has no one started a petition to force Bercow et al to tell the truth.

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  3. 4
    nell says:

    ‘ threat of litigation’ ??!! from the sp ea k er ? – at whose cost? Ours??!!

    We need to know more about this!!

    Time for a Freedom of Information/ Subject Access Request etc under the Data Protection Act 1998 I think Guido!! Oh and don’t forget to advise the sp ea kers office that it is a criminal offense to conceal / delete etc emails!!

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    • 17
      C.O.Jones says:

      Yes it is. When Dr D.avid Kel.ly died the govt told various departments to delete all emails referring to the matter. This was within 48 hours of the event. Over 6,000 emails were deleted.

      Please correct me if I am wrong Mr Blair.

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      • 45
        I'm a right tnuc, I am says:

        Sorry, I’ve no time to answer you. I’m celebrating being voted Philanthropist of the Year by the utter loonies at GQ.
        Toodle pip

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        • 62
          jgm2 says:

          Just as well they don’t award ‘C*unt of the Year’.

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        • 73
          jgm2 says:

          On the upside, seeing Blair awarded ‘Philanthropist of the Year’ will enrage the Maximum Imbecile who will now, doubtless, redouble his pathetic announcement of ‘Initiatives’ for education in an effort to woo whoever votes in these things.

          Expect to see the gurning imbecile accrue even more airmiles as he attempts to match Tony Blair’s award.

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          • táxpáyér says:

            Maybe Brown could try for Eastern European peace envoy? He might find the same level of success as Tone.

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      • 170
        Cpl Hicks says:

        @C.O

        Agree with all you say but find it rather quaint (no offence intended) that you say “When he died.”

        I’m no tinfoil wearing heavy fluoride conspiracy nut but even I’m pretty sure he met with a very deliberate end!

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    • 22

      Possibly also time for his bankers to file the mandatory Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) which it is obligatory for all UK financial intermediaries to log even on clients’ financial account movements which at the present appear totally innocent but which with the passage of time and the benefit of hindsight should have been flagged as irregular .

      e g . why the spontaneous purchase of a pair of cuban heeled dancing shies and a Molucca Cane ?

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    • 26
      He can swat FoI requests I'm afraid says:

      Mr Bercow, who ran for office promising greater transparency, maintained that releasing the details would “inhibit the free and frank exchange of views” and “prejudice the effective conduct of public affairs”.
      Such section 36 exemptions are usually subject to a public interest test. But in the case of the Commons, the Speaker’s signature on a certificate is taken as conclusive proof that he has reached a “reasonable opinion”.
      The Information Commissioner’s office rejected an appeal, confirming that it has no power to challenge Mr Bercow’s decision, or examine the evidence on which it was reached.
      “The Commissioner is obliged by section 36(7) FOIA to accept the certificate as ‘conclusive evidence’ that the opinion is reasonable in both process and substance and that the alleged inhibition would be likely to occur,” the appeal ruling said.

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  5. 8
    Dougie Carswell says:

    Looks like we better start brushing up on our Russian again.

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  6. 9
    Owen Jones is a cunt says:

    He’s the kaleidoscope cuckold of a kaleidoscope slag.

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  7. 10
    Gosh says:

    Poor; worse than a Simon Carr sketch.

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  8. 13
    Owen Jones is a cunt says:

    Has someone smacked Joyce Thacker yet, the evil common purpose cúnt.

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  9. 14
    Back1woodsman says:

    Dead dwarf walking.

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  10. 15
    Old codger says:

    Are there any pictures of Bercow looking angry looking to his left?

    Liked by 1 person

  11. 16
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    When is this Asian credit card/banking union going to be setup and available to access here in the UK.

    I can’t wait to ditch my Mastercard/VISA US based cards as America and the petrodollar go down the pan :-)

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  12. 18
    Catnap says:

    Betty would have had the midget for breakfast.
    Indigestion!!

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  13. 24

    Nice to see all those enrichers in Calais wanting to come here and enjoy the freedoms of the west….or perhaps to r@pe white girls and behead soldiers instead.

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  14. 25
    Prime Minister Nigel Farage says:

    Putin’s got some big brass balls swinging between his legs. I’ve yet to see some gonads at the NATO summit.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. 27
    Guy News Room says:

    Dear Guido

    Ahead of the important decision before Scotland on 18 September you are invited to attend an important speech by former prime minister Gordon Brown that is taking place tomorrow morning:

    A stronger Scotland in a stronger UK: what is the case for moving forward together?

    10am, Friday 5 September 2014 | Attlee Suite, Portcullis House, House of Commons

    In his speech Gordon Brown will outline how Scotland at the heart of the United Kingdom can lead the change that Britain needs.

    You must be seated by 9.45am. Please allow at least 15 minutes to clear security at Portcullis House.
    You can reserve your ticket by clicking here.

    We look forward to seeing you there.

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    • 31
      Cpl Hicks says:

      Be the first time the one-eyed cnut has turned up to the HoC for a while.

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      • 409
        Vlad the Loudhailer says:

        Gordon the moron and Scotland at the heart of Government last time ended in a the worst recession in living memory, uncontrollable public debt and the Maastricht treaty. Let’s not do that again.

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    • 38
      Voter says:

      The ATLEE suite?. Wasn’t he the fellow who was responsible for the creation, with his crony Bevan, of the disastrous National Health Service that has crippled our nation ever since its start? What possible reason could there be for naming anything after him?

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      • 94
        táxpáyér says:

        Bevan’s killed more British peeps than Hitler managed.

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      • 110
        Sursum Corda says:

        It was Churchill’s National War Government who produce the blue print of our National Health. It was Atlee’s government crony Bevan who produced the bill. The Hospitals to surgerys were already build, scientist were creating drugs, Doctors and Nurses were being trained and recieving ongoing training. Ambulances existed.

        Did Bevan improve things beyond what was going to happen if politians had not got involved? For a few where surgeries did not exist, yes. We have been saturated with propaganda exulting the NHS. Have any reports shown it was an improvement on the order of things? Does not the world come to look at it and go away without even copying some part?

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        • 160
          Cpl Hicks says:

          Has any other nation copied the NHS?

          North Korea have death camps but I’m not really sure they’re as efficient as Mid Staffs was under Andy Burn’em.

          Why is such an over bloated pile of miss-managed bullshite so off limits when it comes to trying to debate any reformation of it?

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          • Anonymous says:

            Same old neo-con BS aimed at undermining our NHS. All the greedy private health firms cannot wait to get they dirty little hands on it.

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          • Cpl Hicks says:

            I suggest you find out what the term neo-con means before you start trying to accuse everyone on here of being one. Unless of course you are actually as much as a fukwit as your comments suggest? If that’s the case crack on as your obviously a labtard mong.

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        • 440
          Jim says:

          It was about payment for services and Public Health. It is the right concept blighted by politicians.

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      • 284
        NHS says:

        Good luck with standing on a platform of abolishing the NHS and in any case it’s way cheaper than the American health services.

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        • 310
          death camps @ 100bn says:

          you get what you pay for

          unless you you are a brit then if you want to pay for better you get chased across europe

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    • 447
      kipper says:

      Wouldn’t it have been cheaper to hold that meeting in a phone box?

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  16. 28
    cured lefty says:

    Just think if bercow gave way to nigel evans we could’ve had an an important new law enshrined

    its alright to ram your drunken homosexual mit down the front of a young mans trousers seductively negotiating his calvins , firmly yet gently cupping his sweaty balls
    but dont try it with a young white girl from rotherham because she doesn’t have sweaty balls , that’s you told !

    …………..Joyce Thacker.

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  17. 29
    non taxable pikey says:

    Nice one.

    Israeli firm busts 13-year-long Europe hack attack

    Since 2002, hackers used same system to steal data from European companies. That’s all over, thanks to CyberIntel

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  18. 30
    Cocoa the clown says:

    We’re recruiting in the Westminstet area NOW!

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  19. 34
    Anonymous says:

    His wife’s “innocent face” cost a few quid. Mrs. Mills might be a little more expensive.
    One can but hope.

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  20. 35
    It's Grim Up North - That's Why Ed Lives in London says:

    Today I had a day out in Thcotland. I dwopped the name of Keir Hardie, and told the natives they could wote for Independenth, or if they woted No, they would thoon have me ath Pwime Minithter! I think that conwinthed them all to wote ‘No’.

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  21. 36
    gildedtumbril says:

    Can we not just hang the little bastard?

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  22. 37
    MandyPickleSniffer says:

    http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/uk/crime/article4196657.ece

    Woman beheaded in North London….why is nobody telling us the one thing we want to know? Was the alleged murderer from a particular part of the world, and linked in any way to the religion of peace? They really are pussy-footing around the issue….telling us everything from the colour of the neighbour’s cat to the kind of cars parked on the road, but nothing at all about ethnically-sensitive matters!

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    • 41

      I thought immediately “that was done by a Middle East/Asian nut job”.How many more are we going to let in and then I thought of the latest immigration figures-250k.

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      • 54
        Dave "fucking liar" Cameron says:

        I give you a cast iron guarantee that I’ll reduce immigration.

        No, I really mean it this time. I’m telling the truth now. My lying days are behind me.

        Honest.

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    • 43
      A liblabconer with eyes firmly closed and fingers in ears says:

      Diversity is strength
      Diversity is strength
      Diversity is strength
      Diversity is strength
      Diversity is strength
      Diversity is strength
      .
      .
      .

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      • 60
        The Westminster elite says:

        Gàng ràpē is enrichment and it’s ràcist to criticise it.
        Gàng ràpē is enrichment and it’s râcist to criticise it.
        Gàng ràpē is enrichment and it’s ràyyycist to criticise it.
        Gàng ràpē is enrichment and it’s räcist to criticise it.

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        • 130
          Bum-lifting is bad for the brain says:

          Nazir Afzal, Chief Crown Prosecutor for NW England said, in an interview today, that the Rotherham grooming casews had nothing to do with race or religion (it was just vulnerability that the girls had in common), that the lack of interest taken by the authorities had nothing to do with political correctness or a desire not to rock the multicultural boat and that the reluctance of the police to make arrests had nothing to do with the race/colour of the perpetrators. This man is deliberately saying that black is white and up is down – he must go – as a matter of urgency.

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          • allah baddie, islamic pyjama party says:

            he sounds like he knows a lot about the subject so he must be largely responsible.

            anyone who isn’t responsible wouldn’t have a clue.

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          • Mornington Crescent says:

            It’s called ‘protecting his own’. They’re worse than the M@sons.

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          • JH32489723590823-0 says:

            I’ll put money down that he has sampled the ‘goods’.

            He’s saying it’s the girls’ fault for being slutty and available. Nothing more, nothing less.

            If a ‘Kipper said the same, the left would have a field day.

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    • 48

      I expect the killer was from Crouch End, or somewhere equally weird, and quite likely an Arsenal fanatic.

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    • 66
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      After Rotherham and that the way they treated that little boy and parents, they are scared stiff in making the wrong move, problem is the more they keep it a secret the more the damage that they don’t want happens, walking along an ice bridge with a hundred foot drop and the sun coming out of the clouds and shining on it comes to mind.

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    • 104
      táxpáyér says:

      PONAs (Persons of No description) immediately mean usual suspect that harms narrative.

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    • 206
      Jack "Face Grinder" Straw says:

      Another day, another Enrichment R’ape Gang:

      http://www.bucksfreepress.co.uk/news/11452767.Eight_men_charged_with_sexual_exploitation_offences/?ref=rss

      EIGHT men have been charged in relation to allegedly sexually abusing girls under 16 after a series of police raids involving 120 officers.

      Arshad Jani, Vikram Singh, Asif Hussain, Jerome Joe, Sohail Qamar, Akbari Khan, Taimoor Khan, Sajid Ali

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    • 242
      Anonymous says:

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    It appears clear to me that, should any action be brought against HMG by Carol Mills, that Saxton Bampfylde be joined in the action.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  25. 52
    whoopee cushion says:

    for fuck’s sake the behaviour of this little shit has got nothing to do with the protection of or the enactment of the wishes of the populace but all to do with the little shit itself.
    just get rid of it.

    paaaarp

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  26. 53
    Maimed Codger says:

    Quite simply, once the Papers & Guido get their teeth into any one, they are Brown Bread, realistically, quit through ill health and get the best package to go with dignity & dosh. Go directly to the Lords & make your Wife a Lady….

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  27. 57

    Would appear my understanding of economic’s is sound:

    This is in response to the Russia’s import ban mainly.

    Will be fun to see what happens next year with respect to agricultural quota’s – which perhaps have already been set and locked in.

    Irony is – If Russia makes a move to lift its import bans it will perhaps pay a lot less for European goods once the price drops. P’utin in some ways is quite savvy.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 59
      jgm2 says:

      How can they meaningfully ‘cut’ from 0.5% or whatever the fuck it is? Will they be paying you to borrow money next?

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      • 61

        This will apply to the ECB rate.

        It will have the effect of lowering existing loan rates mainly so as when firms experience the income drop due to falling prices they will not go into default and one ‘hopes’ remain solvent.

        It is a defensive measure and should be temporary until the economy can balance itself.

        If it doesn’t work out expect a deflationary spiral and war in Europe.

        Vote UKIP :-D

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        • 63
          whoopee cushion says:

          do stop war mongering. If there is a proper war in Europe it is Game Over.

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          • whoopee cushion says:

            ps
            sorting out ISIS is not war, it is pest control.

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          • Bellum says:

            For the mainland, yeah.

            Fuck ‘em.

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          • jgm2 says:

            How can one random bloke on an internet blog be ‘war-mongering’?

            It’s Putin and NATO who are waving their cocks at each other.

            I wish they’d stop. It’s making me nervous.

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          • It was a deflationary spiral mis-managed last time that led to hyperinflation in G’ermany – a major factor in what created the conditions that led to WWII.

            G’ermany itself may decide to cut losses and exit the Euro to avoid being dragged into that.

            The nationalist elements in F’rance / G’ermany – more F’rance – need to be watched carefully now. If EU reduces production quota’s for next year may expect to see civil unrest.

            L’ondon has been quiet: If Russia has exited the UK housing market then could expect to see some sharp house price corrections here just in time for the election next May.

            Vote UKIP :-D

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          • We would never have beaten the German national socialist NAZI’s
            during WW2 if it hadn’t have been for the sacrifices made by Russia.

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          • jgm2 says:

            I’ve just got back from Russia.

            All their war memorials are dated 1941 – 1945. Something to do with a Molotov – Ribbentrop pact or something.

            It appears that Hitler and Stalin signed a non-aggression pact divvying up Poland and giving Russia the Baltic states.

            Blah blah .. Katyn massacre … blah blah.

            The person we should really be thanking is Hitler. For snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. Or possibly the Japanese for reneging on their deal with Hitler to open a second front with Russia in return for them (Germany) declaring war on the US.

            Yeah, the Russians made huge sacrifices and were the difference between victory and defeat but it wasn’t because Stalin came galloping to our aid. Quite the opposite.

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          • táxpáyér says:

            International Socialism = Disaster
            National Socialism = Disaster
            TransNational (EUSSR) Socialism = Disaster

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          • Anonymous says:

            Apart from the wild neo-cons and related cold war mongers, no thinking person would want to push Putin into a corner. So, why are some people up-in-arms? Russia is only defending its’ interests – in its’ backyard. Look at it this way, by its onwards march on Russia – and other ‘war games’ – is not NATO pushing a VERY dangerous policy?

            Vote UKIP: Cold war mongers

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          • 321 says:

            Yes. USrael want a war in Europe so they can preserve they stupid dollar hegemony.

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        • 83
          Ray Dunn says:

          Defensive measure? Like our shit 0.5% for six years then.

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          • jgm2 says:

            Who is getting this cash at 0.5%? If I could get 0.5% then even I might be tempted to borrow several million quid.

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          • UK monetary policy was shot by Labour’s economic policies.

            Expensive wars !raq / A’fghanistan + unnecessary and bloated client state (public sector + benefits) caused that.

            What is happening in Europe is somewhat different and much more dangerous. This is what a real economic war looks like.

            ECB should be able to manage it, but combined with the fractious political state of many member States (who are still reeling from the effects of austerity) these new developments will not help the state of the Union, nor will they make for a good winter – especially if this winter is cold.

            The combination of increased fuel prices (due to restricted gas / oil supplies for Europe) and deflation is going to be awful.

            Gas is going to be most problematic in !taly immediately. Oil – The damage to the K’irkuk to T’urkey pipeline is not good news. If the !slamists (including IS) continue to pick off oil fields or start attacking refineries then the problem could become acute.

            Russia has already announced that it is cutting production by 40k bbls / day – I guess in order to test the market and see if oil can be nudged up. Russia needs oil up a bit to pay off its U”kraine costs.

            Vote UKIP :-D

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      • 117
        táxpáyér says:

        Stupid Keynesian wants to avoid things getting more affordable.
        What a cock.

        You’re (EUSSR lapdog)”un-duh-standing of eek-o-nomics is why we’re in this mess n the first place.

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    Climate sceptics should be ‘crushed and buried’ – Sir Paul Nurse

    Here you see scientific method at its finest…

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  29. 67

    Climate sceptics should be ‘crushed and buried’ – Sir P’aul Nurse

    Here you see scientific method at its finest…

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 80

      If he would like to arrange a meeting at a mutually convenient venue ,I would happily agree , we will then see who is crushed and buried as I shove his head up his arse, and kick his puny little carcass like a rugby ball. TRY THAT FOR SCIENCE !

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    • 115
      bergen says:

      He’s supposed to be very left wing and obviously admires the stalin remedy to dissent.

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    • 145
      To be found 6 feet down says:

      “Man made” Climate Change was nothing more than a serious proposal which had funding to look in to it. Along comes B$air who used it to move on from IRAQ.

      Its a constantly retreaked computer model. Yet to predict anything correctly. Met Office can’t even predict very accurately from day to day. Beyond five days they can’t.

      The last political action needed to deal with the atmosphere was taken by Maggie. She saw the evidence, understood the predictions and within three months there was a world wide comprehensive program to deal with it: Ozone hole. She also had numerous considerations over “Man made” Climate Change and at first agreed it could become potent but concluded it was nothing much and continued to review that decision.

      The climate changes all the time, at different rates in different parts of the world. Glad the Thames does not freeze over for years on end. Wished we could enjoy the hottest decade of twentyth century, 1930s.

      If you take your starting point for climate change starting from the 1700s as the Climate was warming, crops yields grew and man had more time on their hands and a steam engine got built to extract more coal well you get a correlation between co2 increse in the atmoshere and warm weather.

      The Thoughtful Envirnmentalist think politians should be kept well a way from science. They also recognised Maggie understood the science and acted well. That was before they even got up and running on the subject.

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  30. 69
    Political correctness gone mad says:

    Why is Sammy Davis Jnr now presenting the weather on Channel 4?

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  31. 75
    Maimed Codger says:

    These meetings used to be, near a Golf Course, no one said anything, now they are AT a Golf Course, mind you it is ” Some Course ” I seem to remember the Yanks had some holes taken out as being too though…2010 Ryder Cup and they still lost.

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  32. 78
    Ray Dunn says:

    Some soul pondered whether he was safe to walk the streets with mooz beh’eaders in the world, yesterday. Forgetting poor Lee Rigby, he didn’t have long to wait. North Londin today, Edmonton. 4 claiming a fat black man responsible. Bill now calling it multiple stabbing, not head job. Oh really? How much more of this stuff are we supposed to soak up? Now we cannot even get through Calais without them jumping in the boot. Millions of illegals here, who cares?

    Better recall the sacked army people first for some proper enforcement.

    Regarding the culprits. Why not DNA the fukkers, that would reveal the region and send them back, they’ll soon squeal when they end up in Grimistan instead of Pissistan.

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  33. 91

    £65 million.can better spent on the NHS. North West London Hospital Trust Which has a deficit of £26 million deficit. This trust paid £405, 000 and £205, 000 to directors of Harrow Commisioning Group. This needs a full and Independent.Inquiry on how this passed scrutiny Further details to follow.

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    Straw Dogs says:

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    Abolish bias BBC says:

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  36. 103
    Lower Welfare Cap & Increase Pensions Now says:

    https://twitter.com/DavidJo52951945/media

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  37. 106
    Bob Amser says:

    Why doesnt Clegg just join the terrorists? This oik is worse than a terrorist! We are facing a National Emergency – Camoron must sack him or resign! Neither has any idea what they’re doing.

    David Cameron’s crackdown on jihadis in chaos after Nick Clegg refuses to fall in line | Mail Online

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    • 111
      Soviet Space Sex Gekko says:

      He is only there to keep the federalist European dream alive and facilitate the destruction of the British isles and the people indigenous to them.

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    • 120
      Click Negg says:

      Everybody take a stand, join the caravan of jihad, (stand up) stand up, STAND UP.

      Perfect theme tune. You’ve gotta laugh…. or you’ll cry.

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  38. 108
    George Galloway says:

    I am very sorry to read of the death of the great Joan Rivers. A fantastic comedian and an even better person. She WILL be missed.

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  39. 123
    Granny says:

    We already know Hattie Ruth Harman’s ( HRH ) view on sex with children and also her husband’s interest in big black cock (Move over Sally) – In view of the Rotherham debacle should she not resign or at the very least apologise?

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  40. 131
    Earl of Croydon says:

    13 out of the 19 key staff at Saxton Bampfylde are women…just saying !!!!!!

    There research page also mentions they are very thorough … http://www.saxbam.com/about/our-research

    A quote from their website “We’re unashamedly research based. If we see a stone we turn it; if there’s fine print, we’ll scour it. That means the places we look are not always the expected ones. ” Hmmmmmmm!!

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    • 162
      Bampfylde Family says:

      A bit quiet of late.

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    • 167
      Wee John says:

      Order! Order! Can’t you see I’m busy? F*ck off.

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    • 445
      Tom tWatson says:

      Women are predominant in research positions within the Executive Search industry. The problem is not with them, but the Consultant hierarchy who consider themselves too important to delve into backgrounds and delegate the researchers to check out antecedents and verify references, in order that they might use that eternal phrase to escape the flack, “It wasn’t Me”. As a company Saxton Bampfylde are not so well known. Their web page, like many companies, exaggerates the corporate image they, but they are part of the Panorama group of international associates with almost half the club being from the USA. Cordiner King is the partner company in Australia with 5 employees and I’m wondering how much wriggle room they really have. Knowing Bercow, he’ll be trying desperately to cover his own arse with bluff and bluster. Let’s hope he’s banged to rights!

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  41. 136
    @utterflanker says:

    Put DC and IS in a room, arm them all and lock the doors.

    Who wins?

    We all do!

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  42. 138
    Boris Johnson says:

    Every P@kistani in the country is a p@edophile until they can prove otherwise.

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  43. 139
    Boycott Labour says:

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    Boycott Westminster says:

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  45. 143
    Saxton Gropecúnte says:

    The US and UK military are going into Iraq to help ISIS.

    The purpose of ISIS is to help create a Greater Israel.

    In order to create a Greater Israel the following countries have to be broken up: Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.

    ISIS began its invasion of Iraq from NATO-member Turkey.

    In order to trick the public in the USA and UK, ISIS has produced photographs of various ‘atrocities’.

    ISIS managed remarkably quickly to control a large part of Iraq.

    Reportedly the ISIS forces have been trained and armed by the USA and its allies.

    Above, we see a U.S. military airstrike on a Humvee near the Mosul Dam.

    The USA and UK may now be pretending to attack ISIS, while actually secretly helping them.

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    Vote UKIP :-D

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    a man of many talents says:

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    Censorship is still PC says:

    So what is the nationality of the londonistan machete beheader and why aren’t the press reporting it?

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    So it looks like BA Staff are unhappy again…

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    Is Bercow Bonkers? says:

    sausage

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  51. 202

    Nothing to see here:

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    Vote UKIP :-D

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    Deliah smith says:

    Hey, Edmonton! Let’s beheading ya! (Hick)
    Common! Let’s beheading you!(burp)

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    Britain get a grip and lose these nutters in charge. says:

    No legal obstacle for bombing militants in Syria, prime minister declares.

    Have you asked the British public, isn’t that a legal obstacle or is it we don’t count any-more , we are just cannon fodder, even pilots can come back in body-bags , that’s if they find the bits, Cameron your and your loonies are trying to create two wars, one with Russia and one with a load of fruitcakes rampaging around the middle east, move away from the EU they will get us into WWIII, time the rest of the worlds country’s did something, we can’t afford another war or even help in one , we are living on borrowed money, while Cameron strutting around the world’s stage, while the country takes hit after hit with mass immigration and the consequences of bad politicians looking after themselves and not what they are paid to do.

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      Smath says:

      I pray to God there are patriotic elements within the armed forces of all western countries willing and able to remove the neocons and their collaborators when the times comes.

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      cameron is not the brightest button says:

      toppling Assad and de-stabilising Syria is absolute madness, the jeehadies would run riot throughout the whole mid east. They seem to be looking for something to do, when doing nothing would be a whole lot better. By far the best option is to let Bashar do what Bashar does best and keep those pesky muslims under control.

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        non taxable pikey says:

        In the last month Assad has lost nearly 5 thousand troops to death, woundings, and desertion. He is getting more and more dependent upon Hezbollah and the IRG. However, the Hezzies are now fighting with IS near the Lebanon border whilst Iran is strengthening its border with Kurdistan (it aint Iraq any more no matter what Barry O says) to counter moves by IS. So, Assad is running out of people, even Alawites are questioning his authority, not helped by recent events in Latakia where Alawite children as young as 10 were filmed being given weapons training. When the collapse of the Assad regime comes it will be swift and very brutal.

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    The Matrix says:

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    Vote UKIP :-D

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    Edmonton News says:

    Feel the enrichment!

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  58. 227

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    Doh! says:

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  60. 232
    A G'ay Muslim says:

    Phew!

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  61. 239
    Anonymous says:

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  62. 240

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    Anonymous says:

    Interesting read on world state-of-play, as NATO meets.

    Author argues: “The saddest, most frustrating matter of them all is that the opponents we face today are weak. They are nothing compared to Nazi Germany or Imperial Japan or even the old USSR. ”

    http://thediplomad.blogspot.co.uk

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  64. 246

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  65. 249
    There's no need for a foreign adventure Dave says:

    FFS. Cameron wants to go to Iraq to take the fight to beheading nutters when all he has to do is stay in londonistan.

    The LibLabcon cultural enrichment has created a beheading culture in our midst and they need to sort that out first before looking further afield.

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  66. 250

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    Anonymous says:

    translation…

    If it’s terrorist related in the ME. They blame Islamic extremist ideology.

    If it’s just a beheading by a Muslim in London. Don’t blame Islam!

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      Anon. says:

      Not quite right.

      What used to happen was when a muslim did something involving terrorism it was called “islamic terror”. The PC crowd didn’t like that,so “islamic” got dropped and now it’s just called “terrorism”. In the event of it not involving a muslim it’s now “not terror related”.

      Confused? … Blame the PC crowd.

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    Jerty Amnomho says:

    So the cops reckon it’s OK because the beheader is NOT a terrorist. well that’s OK then.

    which copper is going to tell her relatives that?

    and when will Cameron realise that the British people want him to sort our own problems out first before he ventures off to Iraq. We have enough people here cutting heads off dave

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  69. 259
    Fishy says:

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  70. 264

    Game On.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  71. 265
    Double standards here says:

    How come when an American journalist was beheaded in Iraq our media and politicians went into overdrive and are talking of war as a result. But when an old lady is beheaded in London the fuckers say hardly nowt except calm down dears

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  72. 268

    Bingo.

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  73. 271

    So Muslims are beheading old women and cats now.

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  74. 278
    Jack "Face Grinder" Straw says:

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  75. 282
    I despair says:

    New levels of stupidity as Kirsty Wark asks whether “Putin would have acted if Ukraine had been a member of Nato”. Bit like asking if the Bay of Pigs invasion would have occurred if Cuba had been a member of the Warsaw Pact.

    Sheesh.

    And we pay a licence fee for this?

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    Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

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    The Public are being shaped says:

    Very inconvenient for Cameron. He’s in wales trying to persuade NATO countries to Bomb Iraq because of the Islamic nut jobs while his own capital city is full of Islamic nut jobs.

    I think it is a fair observation that the London beheading is being played down for political reasons

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    Anon. says:

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    Meanwhile, I’m preparing Tony Blair’s final resting place:

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    Only the other day plenty of people on here were predicting that people would soon be getting beheaded on our streets by Muslim nutters.

    Well now it starts.

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      Time to Profile overt security says:

      Perhaps the police could start by not picking on boy scouts carrying penknives and concentrate o Muslims carrying meat cleavers, machetes and swords.

      Remember all that bullshit in the Labour years when they said it was wrong/racist to profile security, hence little old ladies got the same treatment as mad mullahs screaming at airport check ins?

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  81. 305
    Chuka to seize power....watch your back ED says:

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    Enough said says:

    Britain’s economy storms ahead: Number of people in work in the UK rises by more than the WHOLE of Europe put together
    Since 2010, an extra 1.6million people have found a job in the UK
    But there are 1.08million fewer people in work in the other 27 EU nations
    David Cameron boasts the figures show his economic plan is working
    Tells Tory MPs how the economy is booming ‘but the job is not yet done’
    Employment minister Esther McVey: ‘Firms are taking a chance on jobless’

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2743430/Britain-s-economy-storms-ahead-Number-people-work-UK-rises-rest-EU-together.html#ixzz3CO7henCK

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      Say what you will. says:

      Shame they are not British workers who have the jobs, they are still on benefits, while the rest of the world comes here to take the jobs at lower rates, Liebour min pay is a joke.

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      The Real Economy says:

      Meanwhile, people’s disposable income continues to decline as real wages decline in value, housing costs rocket, free services become paid services, and child benefit is cut.

      This economic “growth” rewards only the super-rich, the overpaid management class, corrupt oligarchs living here and an endless stream of immigrants who find a better life here.

      Our economy is characterised by welfare dependency, sheds with beds, cramped expensive accommodation, poor diet and poverty wages.

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      • 400
        Anonymous says:

        Well not round here it isn’t. My company is getting a considerable number of enquiries and many now turning into business and has been now for nearly 2 years. We are taking people on in full time roles. We are by far not alone.

        If you think its better under labour you are deluded but keep posting your left wing views some idiots will believe it.

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  83. 319
    Don't say you ain't be warned says:

    Sky news

    The Labour leader urges Scots to stay in the Union and wait for a Labour government after the next General Election for change.

    Wake up!! red Ed is playing to the tail of the dog.

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      JocksHaveWokenUp...Cheerio says:

      Great strategy from the weird one…vote ‘NO’ on the 18th, and Scotland will probably be rewarded with another Conservative led coalition government.

      The Conservatives are still absolutely despised my the majority of Scots.

      The occupants of the Westminster bubble have totally misjudged the whole Scottish referendum.

      It’s going to be a ‘YES’ for Scotland to revert back to its independent status.

      And of course, the biggest losers will be the party led by the weird one… :)

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

        Exactly.

        Hatred of the Tories and the looming IMF cuts will win it for the YES camp :-)

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      • 430
        The BBC says:

        “The Conservatives are still absolutely despised my the majority of Scots”

        and a fair proportion of the English, too.

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    • 351
      Say what you will. says:

      The Scots are Socialist and like their benefits so the NO vote will be their answer to a vote on the Union, which because of their selfishness in not allowing other countries in the Union a vote, has destroyed the Union, it will never be a Union again, but just some countries in a loose relation ship.

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      • 374
        JocksHaveWokenUp...Cheerio says:

        Actually, in historical terms this Union has been a temporary ‘blip’ in Scotland’s independent status.

        And the Union wasn’t wanted by the Scots people in the first place : the Scottish landowners decided, and shamefully accepted bribes.

        As a result there was widespread rioting in the streets of Scotland in 1707. That ill-feeling has probably filtered through the generations.

        This Referendum is simply a civilised way for the Scots people to correct a wrong.

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        • 394
          Say what you will. says:

          If only the Scots will vote YES, England will have a fresh start as well, if YES good luck, what a time to be alive in, if NO, well I telt ya

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    • 355
      Fido says:

      All the arguments I’ve heard, for and against independence, seem to concern the present or near future. Remember, a puppy is for life.

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    • 356

      You allow tens of thousands of males to enter England.
      From other countries where the local time is approximately: 950AD.
      Countries where, outside of marriage, women and men are invisible to each other.
      And on their first day here, they can go into a newsagent and for a few pence they can have a 15-year-old shop-girl in a t-shirt and shorts hand them a copy of the Dail’y Sport or a top-shelf mag.
      And the chattering classes are somehow stunned, when a Rother’ham happens?
      You can take a boy out of “medieval”, but you can’t take “medieval” out of the boy.

      Liked by 1 person

  84. 343
    David Axlegrease says:

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    Vote UKIP :-D

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    The Tosser in No. 10 says:

    Looks like I might get my War – at least sometime soon – and just in time for the GE.

    Strange how fate takes a hand – and me couldn’t even win the last Election against G. Brown Esq!

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    • 415
      Village Idiot says:

      …And that was when some of us still believed we were voting for a Conservative party,….oh, how wrong we were, duped, …again!!!!!!…..
      …Still, the rise of UKIP has restored a tiny bit of hope, for the moment!

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  87. 364
    Owen Jones is a cunt says:

    Muzees will be celebrating the death of Joan Rivers.

    I’ll always remember her for making the funniest Michael Jackson joke: he made Liberace look like a green beret.

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    Grad strike near Mariupol:

    Vote UKIP :-D

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    albacore says:

    No wonder that Cameron’s latest line
    Is: pay no ransom to kidnapping swine
    Forget the victims. Let them go to hell
    That didn’t arf work in Rotherham well
    It’s only a shame that, there, he forgot
    To drop any bombs to wipe out the rot

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-29072940

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  90. 379
    Crikey says:

    Any MSM playing down any Islamic angle in the London beheading are maintaining the same sort of selective editing that made abuse in Rotherham possible. They directly contribute to the problem and should hang their heads in shame.

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    • 384
      non taxable pikey says:

      This looks more and more Crystal Meth related.

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      • 385
        Dougie Carswell says:

        Can you imagine Thatcher wringing her hands as people are beheaded on the streets of the UK? Me neither. She wld take the fight to these swines.

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          Cameron scared to act says:

          Quite right. She would have been right on top of the matter. Cameron is trying to deflect our very own Islamic crisis thousands of miles away, in a cynical ploy.

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          Say what you will. says:

          The problem is we the people, allowed a political crowd to give the country to a load of countries who hate our guts and who we had been at war with within the last 80 years, the political crowd are a gang of lieing thieving corrupt nasty selfish people who now have no control in this country, but pretend to, so that they and their mates can get access to the country’s wealth, it’s time all pretence was dropped and we all watched the inaugural destruction of that vile pit of corruption the Palace of Westminster and we bowed and gave our respect to those beautiful people of the EU in Brussels, like fck I want our country back and it’s getting closer to choose who’s side you will be on.

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        • 433
          You can't be Syrious says:

          Cameron has not even be wringing his hands – that would be far too much of an “action” thing to do.

          He’s just not mentioning UK moz problems at all – it’s all about Syria.

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        Anonymous says:

        Coop?

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  91. 381
    Anonymous says:

    Chelsea expelled from all European Football competitions with immediate effect.

    In my dreams.

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  92. 386
    Greetings from Alaska says:

    Dear people in Englandland.
    How’s that multicultural diversity working out for y’all?

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  93. 389
    Owen Jones QC says:

    NATO showing utter impotence and no sense of urgency over Islamic State.

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    There's no need to go further than Luton Dave says:

    Why is Dave so concerned about Muslims behaving badly in the Mid East when they are behaving just as badly in Britain.

    By Dave’s logic we should be bombing Muslim gangs in British cities and supplying arms, body armour and sat phones to EDL cells.

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    • 401
      And still the Racist BBC censors its news. says:

      No mention on the BBC news about an old lady who was beheaded in London England by a Muslim yesterday.

      This is censorship at its worst. Akin to the silence of Muslim gangs trafficking white girls in British cities.

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  95. 393
    Oi vey, my life says:

    How many more innocent British people have to die before the establishment cartel takes action against Jislamic fundamentalism in the UK?

    Going to war thousands of miles away is pure political displacement and self delusion because its easier to send our troops to die than tackle the real threat right here at home in our cities. The real war is about to begin right here, the real threat is among us and they are being whipped up at the local cultural centre.

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  96. 397
    William Harcourt says:

    We are all Islamophobes now.

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  97. 398
    Anonymous says:

    He is a liar…..

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  98. 402
    S P Elling says:

    Forget tigers, look out for the ladder: Zoo keepers banned from putting food for the animals on top of 20ft polls because of health and safety, ( Mail Online )

    Animals refused the vote!

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  99. 406
    RomaBert... says:

    Most stupid quote of the week, stating the bleeding obvious re the murder/beheading of the elderly lady in London……

    Commander Simon Letchford: “These sort of events are very unusual”

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  100. 411
    Fruitcake, swivel eyed loon, closet racist, crackpot, crank and gadfly says:

    So the Greens want the minimum wage raised to £10.00 an hour.

    And we thought Miliband & Balls were idiots.

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    • 420
      Say what you will. says:

      So the Greens have worked out how much it will cost each of us, if we vote Green, I presume we will all get free caves, while they drive around in electric cars and live in big houses, if left to the Greens the country would end up going back to the 1600s.

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  101. 413
    Dougie Carswell says:

    You, Chukka Umana , are an example to us all. I want our Britain back; the Britain my native English parents fought for

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  102. 417
    Owen Jones & Mehdi Hasan Coalition says:

    The BBC Breakfast team are having a field day today – that sofa is creaking under the weight of left wing apologists.

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  103. 418
    Ed Miliband says:

    If Cameron gets any closer to Obama when there’s a camera present he’ll technically be co-wearing his suit

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  104. 421
    Saxton Gropecúnte says:

    Chris Spivey gives us the lowdown on IS and those ‘beheadings’

    http://chrisspivey.org/heads-tales/

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  105. 422
    Alex Salmonella says:

    GOODBYE, ENGLAND :)(

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  106. 434
    Saxton Gropecúnte says:

    The UK’s GDP is still 12% below its peak of 2008 without taking inflation into account.

    When inflation is taken into account, the UK economy in real terms is 30% below the GDP of 2008.

    (http://www.tradingeconomics.com/united-kingdom/gdp)

    England’s economy has not recovered.

    Between 2008 and 2013, U.K. GDP per person … fell from 114% of the EU average to 106%

    Samuel Tombs, senior UK economist at Capital Economics, says that the economic recovery is merely a ‘statistical mirage’ for many.

    This is because “GDP per capita is still 5 per cent below its peak, while real wages are 10 per cent below their former high.”

    If the UK was to have a constant growth of 3% in GDP, and with inflation running at 1.9% as it is presently, it would take the UK economy 25 years to attain the same GDP as of 2008 in real terms.

    One of the ‘big four’ accountancy firms PwC has said that the UK’s total debt, by 2015, will be a minimum of £10 trillion and could even exceed £11 trillion.

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