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Post by astradt1 on Mon Apr 23, 2012 1:59 pm

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We seem to have had a thread about Milliband and time running out for his leadership but now there seem to be more and more knives coming out for Vatman and Dobbing, I'll let you decide who is who?

It now seems more and more of their own side (Tory MP's) are openly speaking out against them........

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Nadine Dorries: David Cameron And George Osborne Are 'Arrogant Posh Boys'


David Cameron and George Osborne are "arrogant posh boys" who do not understand the lives of ordinary people, according to Tory MP Nadine Dorries.

Speaking on the BBC's Daily Politics programme on Monday, the MP for Mid-Bedfordshire was asked if she thought the prime minister and chancellor were out of touch with voters.

"Unfortunately I think that not are only Cameron and Osborne two posh boys who don't understand the price of milk," she said. "They are too arrogant posh boys who show no remorse, no contrition and no passion to want to understand the lives of others - and that is their real crime."
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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by Red Cat Woman on Sat May 05, 2012 3:09 am

Adele Carlyon wrote:Back to Basics...a most splendid Billy Bragg album! Wink

I think labour really need to start shouting Tory Sleaze a lot more!


We sure do Hun x


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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by witchfinder on Sat May 05, 2012 10:59 am

There is some speculation that Cameron may pull off a trick move by offering a referendum on membership of the EU if re-elected in 2015.
This could do significant damage to the gap which has widened up between the Tories and Labour in the polls.

If you want to be one step ahead of your enemy, you have to think like they do, and if I were the leader of the Tories, then this is certainly something I would give serious consideration to.

The only time Camerons popularity surged upwards in recent months was when he snubbed the new EU treaty, and many Tory backbenchers know it.


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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by tlttf on Sat May 05, 2012 11:14 am

Aah politicians, don't you just love them.

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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by oftenwrong on Sat May 05, 2012 12:04 pm

I'll be surprised if Cameron is still in post at the conclusion of the Leveson Enquiry.
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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by Ivan on Sat May 05, 2012 12:27 pm

Apparently, Cameron has been sending up to twelve text messages a day to Rebekah Brooks, and she's kept some or all of them. That could prove interesting! It's no wonder that he's demanded to see in advance all the evidence that Leveson receives!

Same old Tories, same old sleaze - though perhaps a little more than previously.
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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by oftenwrong on Sat May 05, 2012 6:43 pm

It's Déjà vu all over again!

Is this where Teflon Tony steps in to save the Labour Party from itself?
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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by astradt1 on Sat May 05, 2012 8:09 pm

Did anyone see the Channel 4 News this evening?

Opening news new line was put as 'David Cameron paying homage to Boris Johnson'...........
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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by bobby on Sat May 05, 2012 8:23 pm

PM praises Johnson for victory

"David Cameron says he is 'delighted' by Boris Johnson's mayoral victory and vows the pair will work together for the good of London"

Well lets face it, he will have to spend time with Doris as most of his Councilors have phucked orf.
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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by Ivan on Mon May 07, 2012 11:50 pm

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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by Redflag on Tue May 08, 2012 8:14 am

bobby wrote:PM praises Johnson for victory

"David Cameron says he is 'delighted' by Boris Johnson's mayoral victory and vows the pair will work together for the good of London"

Well lets face it, he will have to spend time with Doris as most of his Councilors have phucked orf.

Did you know bobby there where 428 of his councillors that phucked orf, and the Labour party managed to get TWO of our councillors elected in Scam..er..ons constituency watch out for his next HISSY FIT.
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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by witchfinder on Tue May 08, 2012 11:04 am

I have just read that David and Nick will today reafirm their wedding vows (SORRY), I mean their commitment to the coalition, hoping that somehow this will be a new start, or will re-ignite enthusiasm.

But will it make the right wing eurosceptics in the tory party go away, will the very pro europhiles in the Lib Dem party begin agreeing with their adversaries, and will it stop the calls from tory rank and file members to get tough and start pushing Conservative policies.

Todays show of committment is a stunt, a gimmick, nothing more than an idea from an image consultant, at the end of the day the terrible economic situation will still be there, so will the unhappy members of both parties.

As Sgt Fraser used to say "were doomed" or should that be "they" are doomed
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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by Redflag on Tue May 08, 2012 11:18 am

witchfinder wrote:I have just read that David and Nick will today reafirm their wedding vows (SORRY), I mean their commitment to the coalition, hoping that somehow this will be a new start, or will re-ignite enthusiasm.

But will it make the right wing eurosceptics in the tory party go away, will the very pro europhiles in the Lib Dem party begin agreeing with their adversaries, and will it stop the calls from tory rank and file members to get tough and start pushing Conservative policies.

Todays show of committment is a stunt, a gimmick, nothing more than an idea from an image consultant, at the end of the day the terrible economic situation will still be there, so will the unhappy members of both parties.

As Sgt Fraser used to say "were doomed" or should that be "they" are doomed

All I can say is WF the stunt or gimmick from the image consultant he is just another A**E H**E employed by this Incompetent Gov't, I think the L/Ds will be very annoyed at there results of Thursday which IMHO could cause a few of them to cross the floor of the H.O.C. I agree with your comment "They are Doomed" by there own hand.
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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by bobby on Wed May 09, 2012 4:25 pm

Herr Cameron must be one of the luckiest bastards on the planet. Every time he drops more shit on us, and should be made to answer for his actions on Prime Ministers Question Time, there is either the Long, Long summer break, the Easter Break or the time wasting Queens Speech etc. Hours of Pomp and stuff for a five minute speech, that was not even written by her, or worth listening to.
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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by Mel on Wed May 09, 2012 4:48 pm

Yes bobby he's been lucky so far unfortunately. However, as our learned friend Often Wrong has said" Camer-con may be lucky to still be in office after the Leverson Enquiry."

All these texts to the red head Brooks seems to point to a little more than just friendship. Perhaps the horse was not the only mount. Very Happy

The Caulson association may hopefully add more fuel to the fire.
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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by sickchip on Wed May 09, 2012 5:29 pm

oftenwrong wrote:It's Déjà vu all over again!

Is this where Teflon Tony steps in to save the Labour Party from itself?

I would guess Bliar would sooner replace Cameron and become the New Tory leader. After all, the conservatives are closer to his heart.
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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by Redflag on Wed May 09, 2012 5:57 pm

Mel wrote:Yes bobby he's been lucky so far unfortunately. However, as our learned friend Often Wrong has said" Camer-con may be lucky to still be in office after the Leverson Enquiry."

All these texts to the red head Brooks seems to point to a little more than just friendship. Perhaps the horse was not the only mount. Very Happy

The Caulson association may hopefully add more fuel to the fire.

With all the innuendo about Scam..er..ons sex life no wonder he has not got time or the energy to run this country properly, I would not put it passed though to have had a go at Rebecca i mean he has got to keep up with Doris apparently he has had most of the women in the Tory party and a few more besides, let this be a warning to the young ladies of the future never ever marry a Tory voting man because they are all the same BACKSTUDS. No No No
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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by oftenwrong on Thu May 10, 2012 7:44 pm

A Channel 4 documentary about mail-order sex toys reported this week that the greatest number of requests for bondage accessories originates in Wilmslow Cheshire.

The local MP for Tatton was not interviewed, so we don't know what his reaction was to this statistic.
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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by Mel on Thu May 10, 2012 8:22 pm

Wilmslow Cheshire.

I heard through the grapevine that Dave and Rebecca went riding there together. Shocked
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Re: Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

Post by bobby on Fri May 11, 2012 12:20 am

Red, That could put a new slant on the Tories "all being in it together"
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Post by Redflag on Fri May 11, 2012 10:26 am

bobby wrote:Red, That could put a new slant on the Tories "all being in it together"

More than likely bobby, but where are they in it together, bed or the pig trough? pig pig pig
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Post by Phil Hornby on Fri May 11, 2012 4:17 pm

Cameron's Big Admission

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Post by astra on Fri May 11, 2012 4:29 pm

Phil, I've just choked on a bite of Fagot (Braine's don't yi know!) and am now very worried about consuming my Spotted dick with Custard! :affraid:
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Post by Redflag on Fri May 11, 2012 5:25 pm

astra wrote:Phil, I've just choked on a bite of Fagot (Braine's don't yi know!) and am now very worried about consuming my Spotted dick with Custard! :affraid:

Astra as long as you know who made your spotted dick and custard, go ahead and enjoy do not let a DOUGHBALL like him put you off.
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Post by Phil Hornby on Fri May 11, 2012 5:49 pm

Be careful with that nosh , Mr Astra - I am not insured for third party accidents on the board... Very Happy
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Post by astra on Fri May 11, 2012 6:10 pm

SAFE now!!

All washed down by a bottle of 'Ruddle's Old Fart' Ale
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Post by Ivan on Fri May 11, 2012 6:11 pm

We were warned two years ago that Cameron is an obnoxious and loathsome individual, but not enough people were listening:-

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Post by Redflag on Fri May 11, 2012 6:13 pm

astra wrote:SAFE now!!

All washed down by a bottle of 'Ruddle's Old Fart' Ale

Explain astra "Old Fart Ale" is that an ale that makes you rip.
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Post by oftenwrong on Fri May 11, 2012 8:14 pm

Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

I doubt whether either gentleman is making plans for a Second Term in office, but nevertheless they still have plenty of time in which to continue the demoralisation of Britain's workers.
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Post by astra on Fri May 11, 2012 9:04 pm

RED
Ruddles brewery is well known in some parts. Indded nowadays, supermarkets will put this on their shelves, along with Spitfire and Snecklifter.

It describes an old character in the snug.

And no, it is no more "explosive" than any other ale.
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Post by Mel on Sat May 12, 2012 10:08 am

If anyone fails to read the link that Ivan has presented us with "David -Cameron- what the experts- say" they are missing something that not only informs us of what we already know regarding the arrogance of the man, but much more. This article has shocked even me, as it goes much further to prove that the bastard has the worst possible credentials of being elected as a leader of a political party let alone becoming a PM.

This snippet from the article says a lot for what money and wealthy connections bring to those born with a silver spoon in their mouth.

"For most 27-year-olds the chances of landing a prestigious, well-paid City job without any private-sector experience were negligible. But not to a man who had effortlessly glided into every position he'd desired, through family connections."




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Post by sickchip on Sat May 12, 2012 11:27 am

"For most 27-year-olds the chances of landing a prestigious, well-paid City job without any private-sector experience were negligible. But not to a man who had effortlessly glided into every position he'd desired, through family connections."

Indeed! As was mentioned elsewhere on these boards - lest we forget:

David Cameron’s personal wealth is put at £3.2 million, but if his fortune is combined with that of Samantha Cameron, it amounts to over £30 million. David Cameron is descended from King William IV through the King’s illegitimate daughter, Lady Elizabeth FitzClarence; Debrett’s Peerage describes Cameron as the fifth cousin, twice removed of the Queen. He attended Heatherdown private preparatory school in Berkshire, along with Princes Andrew and Edward. ‘When the young Cameron was due to attend a job interview at Conservative Central Office, a phone call was received from Buckingham Palace. “I understand you are to see David Cameron,” said the caller. “I am ringing to tell you that you are about to meet a truly remarkable young man.”’ . Prince Charles and David Cameron are members of White’s, the most aristocratic of London’s gentlemen’s clubs. Samantha Cameron is descended from Nell Gwyn, mistress to King Charles II, and her stepfather is Viscount Astor, also a member of White’s. Samantha Cameron’s father is the eighth Baronet Sir Reginald Sheffield whose family crest is a boar’s head framed by two arrows. He owns 3,000 acres of Lincolnshire. One of Samantha Cameron’s ancestors was John Sheffield, Duke of Buckingham, who had Buckingham Palace built, before the family sold it to George III.

David Cameron, like his father and grandfather before him, went to Eton school, costing £23,000 a year. Both father and grandfather were senior partners for the stockbrokers Panmure Gordon. After leaving Oxford University, David Cameron went to Hong Kong to work for Jardine Matheson, a conglomerate with interests throughout Asia and links to Rothschild’s merchant bank. His great-great grandfather, Sir Ewan Cameron, made a fortune selling war bonds with Rothchilds during the 1904-05 Russo-Japanese war. The Cameron’s ancestral home is Blairmore House in Aberdeenshire. Samantha Cameron’s father owns both the estate in Lincolnshire and Sutton Park, near York, which is open to the public.
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Post by Redflag on Sat May 12, 2012 4:37 pm

Ivan wrote:We were warned two years ago that Cameron is an obnoxious and loathsome individual, but not enough people were listening:-

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Do not count me in that number Ivan, I knew from day one that is why instead of just being a Labour voter I became a Labour party member. :affraid: :affraid:
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Post by Mel on Sat May 12, 2012 7:12 pm

Thank you for that post sickchip. I had not seen it before on these threads, must have missed it.

This part of it really annoyed me. ------" a phone call was received from Buckingham Palace. “I understand you are to see David Cameron,” said the caller. “I am ringing to tell you that you are about to meet a truly remarkable young man.”’ . Prince Charles and David Cameron are members of White’s, the most aristocratic of London’s gentlemen’s clubs."

Well now, I have a great respect for the Royal Family. If this is true that Charles really made that call and said what he said about Camer-con then he has gone right down in my estimation. Perhaps I should give him the benefit of the doubt as he has probably been duped by the slippery slimy
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Post by oftenwrong on Mon May 14, 2012 7:44 pm

In such exalted circles, normal ways of judging the worth of an individual are not easily applied. The only question is whether you "fit in" which is largely an instinctive reaction. Most people prefer the company of others who share similar tastes, experience and well - would you want to spend Christmas with them?
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Post by Redflag on Sun May 20, 2012 11:09 am

oftenwrong wrote:Are Cameron and Osborne's days numbered?

I doubt whether either gentleman is making plans for a Second Term in office, but nevertheless they still have plenty of time in which to continue the demoralisation of Britain's workers.

Thats the problem they are making plans for getting back into power in 2015, all there policies are for 2015 and beyond even the reduction of the deficit is not due until 2017 ( and that is just a fallacy) because as we have found out recently by then the deficit will be even BIGGER. Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed
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Post by witchfinder on Wed May 23, 2012 9:43 am

The Rt Hon John Vicent "Vince" Cable MP

A man after my own heart, a Social Democrat, but can he be forgiven for going along with the coalition and supporting all the things that a Social Democrat just would never support - tax breaks for the wealthy whilst the least fortunate in society have their benefits reduced, and the gradual destruction and dismantling of the NHS.

Adrian Beecroft ( Venture capitalist, Conservative Party donor and stinking rich )

This man has written a report at the invitation of David Cameron on the best way forward for Employment Rights, the report has concluded that it ought to be much easier and simpler for employers to hire and fire employees.

Amongst the many other measures proposed by Mr Beecroft are the ending of the "Continuous Employment" rule, whereby a new owner of a business must continue to employ the existing staff.

Cable versus Beecroft

Today s newspapers are full of the row between Beecroft and Cable, in which Mr Cable has claimed that Mr Beecrofts plans are unecessary and are the wrong approach and that they would scare workers.

In the opposing corner, Mr Beecroft has lashed out at Vince Cable accusing him of been "not fit for purpose" as a business secreatary, and of been a Socialist who appears to do very little to support business.

As you would expect, most Tory MPs back Mr Beecrofts plans to take away even more rights from employees, after all, this is what Tories do, give to the rich and powerful and kick those at the bottom of the pile in the teeth.

Is this the time for Mr Cable to say "enough is enough" ?

It emerged yesterday that Vince has had several long phone conversations with Ed Miliband, if he were to jump now it would surely fataly wound the coalition so badly that it wouldent be able to recover, it would put Vince into his natural environment, into the only Social Democratic Party in the country - The Labour Party.

So come on Vince, stop pussy footing around, show us that Lib Dems are still capable of doing the right thing.





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Post by trevorw2539 on Wed May 23, 2012 10:03 am

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It emerged yesterday that Vince has had several long phone conversations with Ed Miliband, if he were to jump now it would surely fataly wound the coalition so badly that it wouldent be able to recover, it would put Vince into his natural environment, into the only Social Democratic Party in the country - The Labour Party.

So come on Vince, stop pussy footing around, show us that Lib Dems are still capable of doing the right thing.


Do single lemmings ever jump? Wink We could all hope for a mass 'suicide' - ooops - mass exodus. Shocked


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Post by Phil Hornby on Wed May 23, 2012 10:24 am

If Cable jumped ship to Labour, it would surely make him one of the only politicians ever to have belonged to three different paties in the space of two years (him now currently being a Tory lapdog)! But, given the LibDems' propensity to do simply anything for a taste of influence , nothing could surprise us... Shocked
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Post by bobby on Wed May 23, 2012 10:56 am

Is this the same Vince Cable, who when in opposition (their rightful place) signed the Pledge NOT to raise the Students fee’s, then not only reneged on that pledge, but then went on to present the case for Student fee’s in Parliament.

How can this Turncoat ever be trusted. Just how many times have we seen this weasel argue the Tory case whilst being interviewed on TV and slated Labour policy, even though his own pre election policy was akin to Labours.

As Phil so rightly implies, these Lib-Dems will do and say anything for the trapings of Power, and if Cable is preparing to jump ship, it will not be because his beliefs have changed (yet again) but simply a rat deserting the sinking ship.

If He does change his allegiance to Labour, I would welcome it if only for the effect it may have on others and will reduce the Tories ability to Govern. But he must never be given a position of trust or influence and kept firmly on the back benches. Or perhaps he could be used, just as he has used whomsoever suits his purpose and be given a shadow cabinet position in order to encourage others backstabbing bastards like Vince Cable to leave the Coalition, then once the Election is won stick him and his followers in the back benches, and never put them in a position of trust.
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Post by oftenwrong on Wed May 23, 2012 5:14 pm

PMQs got quite animated today, when David Miliband reminded the House why David Cameron's party is referred to as The Nasty Party.

DC was praising the qualities of a proposal to remove any kind of employment rights and to revert to a more profitable Roman-style pattern of slavery.

Notably absent from the Government Front Bench was ANY member of the Liberal-Democrat Party during that exchange.
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Post by Redflag on Wed May 23, 2012 5:22 pm

trevorw2539 wrote:Witchfinder quote
It emerged yesterday that Vince has had several long phone conversations with Ed Miliband, if he were to jump now it would surely fataly wound the coalition so badly that it wouldent be able to recover, it would put Vince into his natural environment, into the only Social Democratic Party in the country - The Labour Party.

So come on Vince, stop pussy footing around, show us that Lib Dems are still capable of doing the right thing.


Do single lemmings ever jump? Wink We could all hope for a mass 'suicide' - ooops - mass exodus. Shocked

I do not think he is the only one that is getting ready to jump ship from the coalition, I have been watching two others since the bill for the NHS started its life in the H.O.C. I think they are MPs from round about Devon Cornwall, and if this happens that would be three jumping ship and if Vince jumps there could be more that would follow him.
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