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Local Elections: As it happened

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    MSG 12:46pm Fri 3 May 13

    Hope UKIP continue to do well.

    Looks as if Labour has not done as well as it hoped for given how unpopular the Tories & Lib Dems are. I think Labour have been badly damaged by their association with the left wing marxist thugs of the Durham Miners Association and their disgusting Easington party !!

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    behonest 12:52pm Fri 3 May 13

    Yes, results so far show that Labour has taken well less than half of the seats lost by the Tories/LibDums.

    Not too good for Labour if it stays that way.

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    sineater 4:38pm Fri 3 May 13

    Must be looking at different results,should have gone to specsavers you two!!

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    sleeping dragon 4:50pm Fri 3 May 13

    agree with you sineater labour seem to be doing well

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    behonest 5:10pm Fri 3 May 13

    A gain of 500 seats for Labour would mean good progress for Miliband. 350 would be so-so and keep him safe.
    200 would be very poor and Miliband would be in trouble.
    What have they got? 260 with 2 councils to go.

    Not a good result for Labour.

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    P Pinelli 5:23pm Fri 3 May 13

    Looks as if are Labour are doing well in Durham - adjoining seats of Belmont and Sherburn long held by the LibDems have both fallen. Carol Woods in Sherburn has stood in parliamentary elections and Dennis Southwell has been mayor but it look as if both will have to find something else to keep themselves entertained now.

    Good result for Labour in Durham.

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    boysibandit 5:23pm Fri 3 May 13

    Labour has taken most seats I think someone or two needs specsavers

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    behonest 5:26pm Fri 3 May 13

    If Labour can't make gains today in their heartland of Durham, at the expense of the hated LibDems, then Miliband should be sacked immediately.

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    sineater 6:22pm Fri 3 May 13

    Labour was suppoed to get well beaten in Durham,shame the smear campaign didn't work,better luck next time with your spite and hate. Labour rock solid in Durham, all the the nasty people in power abuse poor people while you can,labour is coming for you!!!

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    pxatkins 7:19pm Fri 3 May 13

    Well done Labour, true to Durham's roots, true to those it serves. Excellent that UKippers are seen through by all with a modicum of education.

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    behonest 7:49pm Fri 3 May 13

    sineater wrote…


    Labour was suppoed to get well beaten in Durham,shame the smear campaign didn't work,better luck next time with your spite and hate. Labour rock solid in Durham, all the the nasty people in power abuse poor people while you can,labour is coming for you!!!

    'Labour was supposed to get well beaten in Durham'!

    What a plank. If Labour could not make gains in a Labour heartland, at this time of severe economic recession, then Miliband was finished.

    Nationally, a Labour gain of less than 300 seats makes one thing perfectly clear. They have no chance of winning a majority a the next election.

    Tough luck, lefties. Socialism is dead. Thank f*ck.

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    Taxpaying Homeowner 7:54pm Fri 3 May 13

    sineater wrote…


    Labour was suppoed to get well beaten in Durham,shame the smear campaign didn't work,better luck next time with your spite and hate. Labour rock solid in Durham, all the the nasty people in power abuse poor people while you can,labour is coming for you!!!

    What a load of rubbish!!!!

    It's well known that a Donkey with a red blazer could win in this region, whatever win Labour has made is down to a inherited views and lower than average turnouts....

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    jsrace 8:15pm Fri 3 May 13

    sineater wrote…


    Labour was suppoed to get well beaten in Durham,shame the smear campaign didn't work,better luck next time with your spite and hate. Labour rock solid in Durham, all the the nasty people in power abuse poor people while you can,labour is coming for you!!!

    It is an indication that Labour will win the next general election! Just as long as Durham declares independence from the rest of the UK and holds its own general election.

    D.C.C. Has recently been informed that the Ombudsman will be investigating dodgy goings on, and I am sure criminal proceedings will follow, yet they still get voted in.

    Typical genetically inherited labour supporters! Can't see the big picture because they refuse to see it.

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    IanfromCrook 9:36pm Fri 3 May 13

    Nationally I am enjoying the results. Locally I would have liked local Labour to have been shaken into actually becoming democratic rather than a dictatorship. Ah well if their granddad was good enough for my granddad they must be good enough for me. Crook was a totally warped result mind, though predictable, 15 candidates.....I am surprised labour didn't get all three after the voting was divided in such a way.

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    sineater 9:39pm Fri 3 May 13

    Behonest, people like you were desperately trying to smear labour ,and you failed miserably,the big picture is ukip has replaced the lib-dems and the happy little souls are jumping up and down and are very pleased with themselves.If the pattern of voting this week continues labour will win the election ,and ukip won't have a single mp,then we will see who the plank is!!The government is full of people doing dodgy dealings,please try to see the big picture.

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    sineater 9:44pm Fri 3 May 13

    Talking about inherted voters,in the south east,how many people change their minds about voting tory,if you are sick of living in an area were the majority always vote labour,move to the south east i'm sure you will be much happier.

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    behonest 9:52pm Fri 3 May 13

    The big picture is that, with the election campaign nowhere near even started yet, Labour has no chance of winning an outright majority in 2015.

    Listen to the pundits. The gain for Labour overall today is nowhere near enough, less than 2 years from an election. The British people (Co Durham numbskulls aside) still do not trust them.

    Try to look beyond the Labour numptys of the North East and see the bigger picture. Labour is doomed in 2015. And if the Jocks vote for independence, Labour could be doomed forever.

    One good reason for the Jocks to vote Yes, I suppose.

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    IanfromCrook 9:52pm Fri 3 May 13

    sineater wrote…


    Behonest, people like you were desperately trying to smear labour ,and you failed miserably,the big picture is ukip has replaced the lib-dems and the happy little souls are jumping up and down and are very pleased with themselves.If the pattern of voting this week continues labour will win the election ,and ukip won't have a single mp,then we will see who the plank is!!The government is full of people doing dodgy dealings,please try to see the big picture.

    Sineater the big picture could have waited until it mattered the general election......How many people believe in Durham County Council..........ver
    y very few, when you talk to them. But then voting day comes and they line up in droves to vote for people that are completely undemocratic. The rest of the year the same voters do nothing but complain about the council. It is unfathomable 9 people make the majority of all the decisions, often behind closed doors, and they still get in.

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    hemmi1 11:25pm Fri 3 May 13

    calm down children
    the results are labour are the outright winners whatever some of you deludered posters think
    ukip did well
    the tory boys are history
    the lib dumbs are dead in the water
    accept this get over it labour will win the next election
    ding dong

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    behonest 11:37pm Fri 3 May 13

    Ha! hemmi1 is yet another deluded lefty!

    May 2015. Labour will not win the election. No chance. Dream on.

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    behonest 11:39pm Fri 3 May 13

    And what does deludered mean?

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    hemmi1 11:46pm Fri 3 May 13

    it means my key board sticks every time i use this website
    as does yours do you want some examples plonker

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    hemmi1 11:51pm Fri 3 May 13

    .

    As County Durham is swathed in red, Durham's councillors emerge as the largest Labour group in the country
    music to my ears

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    behonest 11:52pm Fri 3 May 13

    Yeah, blame the tools. Labour numpty.

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    behonest 11:55pm Fri 3 May 13

    hemmi1 wrote…


    .

    As County Durham is swathed in red, Durham's councillors emerge as the largest Labour group in the country
    music to my ears

    Co Durham only, obviously. The rest of the country has some sense.

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    IanfromCrook 11:57pm Fri 3 May 13

    hemmi1 wrote…


    .

    As County Durham is swathed in red, Durham's councillors emerge as the largest Labour group in the country
    music to my ears

    Supporting local labour.....your not a socialist then........what does local labour believe in? just curious?

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    hemmi1 11:57pm Fri 3 May 13

    ding dong

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    hemmi1 12:00am Sat 4 May 13

    we all saw cameron flushed and panicing on the news tonight
    even his partys financer ashcroft says they are history
    ding dong

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    hemmi1 12:04am Sat 4 May 13

    IanfromCrook hope your not a councilor bailey fan used to go to school with that to/sser

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    hemmi1 12:06am Sat 4 May 13

    also went to school with sheriff engilish is he still about
    another lib d/umb

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    behonest 12:07am Sat 4 May 13

    You went to school? Pull the other one.

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    hemmi1 12:09am Sat 4 May 13

    yes i paid for my education and yours

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    behonest 12:12am Sat 4 May 13

    You need to ask for a refund. You were robbed, pal.

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    hemmi1 12:18am Sat 4 May 13

    i know thats the most honest confession you could have made considering your tag is behonest where do i make a claim for a refund ? i think i might get a refund for the whole of your school life

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    IanfromCrook 12:21am Sat 4 May 13

    hemmi1 wrote…


    IanfromCrook hope your not a councilor bailey fan used to go to school with that to/sser

    No, definitely not. Though I obviously don't know him as well as yourself.

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    behonest 12:22am Sat 4 May 13

    If you get a refund linked to your lack of ability to write a sentence in English...........yo
    u'll be a millionaire.

    A millionaire numpty.

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    hemmi1 12:24am Sat 4 May 13

    is yor spill chicker wokin for duck sake nine isn t

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    hemmi1 12:26am Sat 4 May 13

    IanfromCrook
    could tell you storys that would make your eyelashes curl

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    behonest 12:29am Sat 4 May 13

    I can tell - it never does. Buy a new PC. Or go to night school.

    Probably the latter.

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    jsrace 12:29am Sat 4 May 13

    Hemmi1
    If you are a typical Labour supporter? Then I have news for you pal! If the opposition latch onto your posts, then they will find you very good value for money.

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    hemmi1 12:29am Sat 4 May 13

    behonest fick off oh toss my spill dhicker gone again

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    behonest 12:33am Sat 4 May 13

    jsrace. Well said. hemmi1 is great news for the Tories.

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    hemmi1 12:35am Sat 4 May 13

    jsrace
    i know its like badger bating
    they always bite some people think i am a bit of a workey arse but i just love a bit of banter with tory scum

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    behonest 12:38am Sat 4 May 13

    'bating'?

    Chav Labour scum are just clueless...

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    jsrace 12:40am Sat 4 May 13

    No! They think you are just an Arse! And an accurate bit of thinking that is.

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    behonest 12:42am Sat 4 May 13

    Just my rifle, pony and me.

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    jsrace 12:44am Sat 4 May 13

    By the way I am not and never will be of the Tory mould! Or the Libs, or the BNP! I am looking towards UKIP at getting us out of this mess We are in because of the Labour party.

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    hemmi1 12:46am Sat 4 May 13

    behonest
    going to bed now
    hope your so het up you can,t sleep
    just keep thinking the tosser torys are history and you will with the help of counciling get through this

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    behonest 12:49am Sat 4 May 13

    'counciling'?

    Ha! Chav Labour scum. Clueless!

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    hemmi1 12:50am Sat 4 May 13

    jsrace
    so a nazi well done

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    behonest 12:59am Sat 4 May 13

    hemmi1 wrote…


    jsrace
    so a nazi well done

    No, UKIP is spelled U...K...I...P.

    Simple really. Except for a Labour voter.

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    jsrace 2:56am Sat 4 May 13

    I could reply with “You are a Stalinist Communist who killed more than the Nazis ever did” but I am not that stupid.

    Give Me one single point that can give a similarity between UKIP and a Nazi supporter.

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    simmo707 8:58am Sat 4 May 13

    BROKEN BRITAIN UNDER TORIES – GOVERNMENT BLATANT USERS AND ABUSERS
    The UKIP results have shown a large Public disagreement with both main parties by the Electorate but can it be sustainable ,hopefully so .The Conservative mindset will not alter they feel they are above the majority of the Public and Privilege is a Right .The Gurkha’s more than proved their worth for this Country and so have Interpreters in Iraq with dire consequences but once you have served your purpose you are of no more use therefore responsibility is denied as with our own troops and all other Public Service Personal .Loyalty seems a one way ticket .Cameron states he wants to win back those voters that have ‘defected’ but his Lies and Spin have caused this shift in Politics and may it continue .Blair and Cameron thought they had things sewn up it’s about time we let them know they haven’t . www.brokenbritainund
    ertories.com

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    sineater 1:23pm Sat 4 May 13

    Behonest, You should listen to the pundits, following the same pattern of voting labour would win the general election by about 26 seats,pay attention please.

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    sineater 1:26pm Sat 4 May 13

    JSRACE, One point,how about the u.k.i.p candidate that was suspended last week for denying the holocaust,is that enough?

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    tomtopper 7:25pm Sat 4 May 13

    sineater wrote…


    Behonest, You should listen to the pundits, following the same pattern of voting labour would win the general election by about 26 seats,pay attention please.

    Narrow minded rubbish... Let's forget about the Durham votes as it's clear to many on here that even if Jimmy saville were running for Labour, the blind followers (as displayed on here) would still vote for him.. Take the cathedral away from Durham and it really is a pretty insignificant area with a lot of untidy, run down areas, then there's the immature and backward behaviour in Easington when Lady T had her send off.. Some real integrity there...Not!

    Considering the Tory to UKIP defection, Labour should've romped way ahead.. And they didn't..They failed miserably..

    Mid term elections indicate in no way how a general is going to go.. All the tories have to do is bring forward the EU referendum to the right time, thus killing off UKIP and destroying Labour in the process

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    MSG 7:26pm Sat 4 May 13

    Great news that nationally the Labour Party made very little progress, only the marxist thugs & lunatics in Co. Durham gave them a mandate. Looks like a Conservative / UKIP / Ulster Unionist coallition will be the next government with Labour as the largest single party !

    Roll on next years proportional representation Euro elections, more UKIP MEP's and an EU referenda central to everything. The Lib Dems will loose the North East 3rd seat to UKIP.

    Great news of a UK fightback starting in Boston, Lincs !

    Can't wait to vote UKIP !!

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    victorjames 7:38pm Sat 4 May 13

    Dissapointed that Pauline Charlton Lab Evenwood was given access to another years clothing allowance. She didn't get my vote so found myself restricted to one vote (could not vote UKIP or Tory). Mind we all complain about the standard of local politicians and yet there was a voter turnout of lower than 30%. A disgrace.

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    behonest 9:28pm Sat 4 May 13

    tomtopper wrote…


    sineater wrote…


    Behonest, You should listen to the pundits, following the same pattern of voting labour would win the general election by about 26 seats,pay attention please.
    Narrow minded rubbish... Let's forget about the Durham votes as it's clear to many on here that even if Jimmy saville were running for Labour, the blind followers (as displayed on here) would still vote for him.. Take the cathedral away from Durham and it really is a pretty insignificant area with a lot of untidy, run down areas, then there's the immature and backward behaviour in Easington when Lady T had her send off.. Some real integrity there...Not!

    Considering the Tory to UKIP defection, Labour should've romped way ahead.. And they didn't..They failed miserably..

    Mid term elections indicate in no way how a general is going to go.. All the tories have to do is bring forward the EU referendum to the right time, thus killing off UKIP and destroying Labour in the process

    I agree. There is not going to be an election tomorrow, next week, next month and probably not even next year. sineater is a complete plank.

    Once the election campaign proper starts, and the Tory attack machine cranks up against the Labour losers who destroyed the UK in 2008/09 (whether or not you agree is irrelevant, this will be the line of attack) and if there is growth and jobs coming through by 2015, then support for Labour will be questionable.

    The only chance they've got is if UKIP maintain their support and split the Tory vote, and this delivers Labour MPs that would not otherwise be elected.

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    Stocko 11:33pm Sat 4 May 13

    tomtopper wrote…


    sineater wrote…


    Behonest, You should listen to the pundits, following the same pattern of voting labour would win the general election by about 26 seats,pay attention please.
    Narrow minded rubbish... Let's forget about the Durham votes as it's clear to many on here that even if Jimmy saville were running for Labour, the blind followers (as displayed on here) would still vote for him.. Take the cathedral away from Durham and it really is a pretty insignificant area with a lot of untidy, run down areas, then there's the immature and backward behaviour in Easington when Lady T had her send off.. Some real integrity there...Not!

    Considering the Tory to UKIP defection, Labour should've romped way ahead.. And they didn't..They failed miserably..

    Mid term elections indicate in no way how a general is going to go.. All the tories have to do is bring forward the EU referendum to the right time, thus killing off UKIP and destroying Labour in the process

    I think though you are missing a more significant point with these elections. They were in the main Shires - largely Tory areas. Only one previously (Durham) was in Labour control.

    For Labour to gain two councils and win an extra 200 plus seats is significant. I'm sure they would have liked to do better but there is a tactical element in these areas which favours a move to UKIP.

    Also UKIP is gaining support almost everywhere equally - but our electoral system in General Elections favours the big two parties and in particular, at the present time, Labour.

    And this, whether you like it or not, tends to define how people vote. In General Elections people often revert to one of the main parties. The UKIP phenomenon may defy it - but I doubt it.

    In this election, for the most part, it does not surprise me that UKIP became the main rivals to Tory led councils.

    They will also do well at the Euro elections partly for the same reason but also because of the use of proportional representation in them.

    But next GE I would suggest that Labour will be the largest party - whether they have an overall majority or not is going to be the issue.

    Also, if the Tories were forced to bring the EU legislation in this parliament (they haven't the time to bring forward the actual referendum) it would simply destroy Cameron and the Tories - how weak would Cameron be made to look in that situation. It may even strengthen Labour - certainly not destroy them.

    MSG - the two other parties you suggest will join with the Tories will not make the difference up. UKIP will be very lucky to win one seat - despite the fact they may (as the Lib Dems used to) get a disproportionately higher share of votes than only 1 seat would suggest.

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    IanfromCrook 11:51pm Sat 4 May 13

    victorjames wrote…


    Dissapointed that Pauline Charlton Lab Evenwood was given access to another years clothing allowance. She didn't get my vote so found myself restricted to one vote (could not vote UKIP or Tory). Mind we all complain about the standard of local politicians and yet there was a voter turnout of lower than 30%. A disgrace.

    That is true though you cannot blame people for being disenchanted when there are so many political lemmings voting in local elections.

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    hemmi1 12:29am Sun 5 May 13

    now we have a conservative mp charged with male rape
    words fail me ? how are the tory boys going to explain this ?

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    hemmi1 12:35am Sun 5 May 13

    Local Elections 2013: Witney Central Taken By Labour Candidate In Cameron's Own Consitutency

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    happyguy 12:46pm Sun 5 May 13

    hemmi1 wrote…


    now we have a conservative mp charged with male rape words fail me ? how are the tory boys going to explain this ?

    Easy they ll blame the the last labour govt and nuggets like behonest will agree lol

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    Longbowman666 1:20pm Sun 5 May 13

    hemmi 1 - to qoute a famous phrase from Full Metal Jacket, and I'm sure that there are a few persons on here who would like to know this - ' What is your major malfunction?'

    So, we have a conservative MP who has been charged with possible rape. And you're point on this with regard to how 'the tory boys will explain this'? I would imagine that 'the tory boys' and all the rest of us will simply wait and see what happens when it comes to trial - you know, that little thing called 'due process' that he (like anyone else), is entitled to under the law, or do you forget the basic tenet of the law is that a person is 'innocent until proven guilty'? If he has done the crime and this is proved, then indeed he should suffer the consequences of those actions, and likewise if the allegations (and remember, at this point that is what they are) are proved to be false then those who have made them should suffer.

    Out of curiosity, did you ask the same of the medical profession when Dr Shipman was charged with multiple counts of murder? Or the same of the Civil Service when Dennis Nilson was charged? Or what about the Catholic Church and its priests who have abused kids for decades?

    The answer I should imagine was 'no'.

    So what you have shown, as you have done in so many of the posts that you have made, is simply a predelcition towards a blind hatred of a political party and anyone who might support it, yet you also show a total blindness when anyone points out a potential blunder or issue with the party that you support, and some of the remarks that you have made have been highly derogatory in nature.

    As I said in a previous thread, its very easy to be an armchair warrior sittng behind a keyboard and slinging insults at others who dare to cross that line you have made in the sand, and in so doing you show the truth of that old Yorkshire saying that 'there's nowt so blind as them that doesn't wish to see'

    And boy, do you show it!

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    IanfromCrook 3:50pm Sun 5 May 13

    hemmi1 wrote…


    now we have a conservative mp charged with male rape
    words fail me ? how are the tory boys going to explain this ?

    Not everyone who criticises the undemocratic processes that happen under local Labour are 'Tory Boys'. As for MP arrested, we will see how it goes though personally I would prefer it to only appear on the front page when/if he is charged. Some people would like Labour to be more true to its roots and be a social and democratic organisation. Still nice to know what kind of open minded sentiments you pass on to the younger generation that maybe around you................

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    sineater 4:12pm Sun 5 May 13

    Tomtopper, I was quoting projections on the tv news so take those predictions up with them,of course in the real elections it may turn out different we shall see.

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    behonest 8:55pm Sun 5 May 13

    happyguy wrote…


    hemmi1 wrote…


    now we have a conservative mp charged with male rape words fail me ? how are the tory boys going to explain this ?
    Easy they ll blame the the last labour govt and nuggets like behonest will agree lol

    There's nothing for the 'tory boys' to explain. He's either guilty or not, just like all the Labour MPs charged with crimes in the past.

    Only a couple of loony Labour nuggets could think the Tories need to 'explain' this.

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    sineater 9:15am Mon 6 May 13

    This case with the deputy speaker looks like a "lovers tiff" in which one party has decided to get revenge by going to the press,i expect this mp to be left with nothing more than an embarrasment to contend with.

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    spragger 11:16pm Mon 6 May 13

    A bad night for everyone except UKIP.

    The commies voted for a party of the left in Durham. Now, why is that not a surprise. They will accept anything free. .

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    spragger 11:16pm Mon 6 May 13

    A bad night for everyone except UKIP.

    The commies voted for a party of the left in Durham. Now, why is that not a surprise. They will accept anything free. .

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    sineater 1:58pm Tue 7 May 13

    What are you on about, you talk in riddles Mr Spraggon.

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    spragger 8:41pm Tue 7 May 13

    Carry on digesting that sin ol commie

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    sineater 9:32pm Tue 7 May 13

    You need to see a councillor about your drinking son.

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    IanfromCrook 11:08pm Tue 7 May 13

    sineater wrote…


    You need to see a councillor about your drinking son.

    Was that a Freudian slip did you mean councillor or counsellor..........
    ......

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    sineater 9:05am Wed 8 May 13

    Too much politics recently probably!!!

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    simmo707 10:52am Wed 8 May 13

    BROKEN BRITAIN UNDER TORIES – BIG BROTHER –POLICE STATE
    GOVERNMENT SHUT DOWN WEBSITE .After applying for an Epetition after one had expired for David Nicholson to resign and be stripped of his knighthood and naming the Cabinet office as the Department responsible Yola shut my Website down with a curt email stating my content was not in keeping with their content policy .It took them 7 months to decide that .Also there was no reply email from Epetitions either- if one was cynical enough one could conclude that the Cabinet Office probably had a hand in the decision .Nicholson must have some pretty damaging knowledge about the powers that be to still hold onto his job after NHS scandal after scandal .Corruption holds no Bounds . www.brokenbritainund
    ertories.com

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    Longbowman666 11:00am Wed 8 May 13

    'BROKEN RECORD UNDER SIMMO'

    Conspiracy theorists take note... : >

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    frankyboy 11:17am Wed 8 May 13

    IanfromCrook wrote…


    sineater wrote…


    You need to see a councillor about your drinking son.
    Was that a Freudian slip did you mean councillor or counsellor..........

    ......

    He doesn't know what he means. He's a Labour plank.

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    IanfromCrook 11:49am Wed 8 May 13

    frankyboy wrote…


    IanfromCrook wrote…


    sineater wrote…


    You need to see a councillor about your drinking son.
    Was that a Freudian slip did you mean councillor or counsellor..........


    ......
    He doesn't know what he means. He's a Labour plank.

    Bit of religion coming up, look away now....
    Matthew 7:3 '"Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother's eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye?'

    Who are the planks???

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    sineater 4:55pm Wed 8 May 13

    Labour supporters are planks,what excuse have you got for the useless government we have in power then? In the queens speech today-nothing at all to help create employment,just more borrowing to pay benefits to people they sacked who all would rather be in work, but this government hasn't a clue,they should step aside ,bunch of losers like their supporters!!!

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    IanfromCrook 7:38pm Wed 8 May 13

    sineater wrote…


    Labour supporters are planks,what excuse have you got for the useless government we have in power then? In the queens speech today-nothing at all to help create employment,just more borrowing to pay benefits to people they sacked who all would rather be in work, but this government hasn't a clue,they should step aside ,bunch of losers like their supporters!!!

    Possible excuses for the current government:
    @ Eton does not teach us about the real world.
    @ UK economy does not work the same way as Papa's business.
    @ Whatever Labour did in the past we felt the need to reverse no matter the cost.
    @ We are really nice guys just misunderstood...we have to get the message right.
    @ It was that big bad Gordon Brown dealt us such a bad hand.
    ...............or maybe something else.
    DON'T GET DONE GET...ED?!

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    pxatkins 11:12pm Wed 8 May 13

    As always, delightful to see the rantings of the losers. Count the seats. It's what we voted for, it's who we are. Directions to others parts of the world free on MapQuest.

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