687 Responses to Midweek 12 January 2022

  1. pugnazious says:

    The BBC has been leading and legitimizing the witch-hunt against those who don’t wish to be vaccinated….happy to see them persecuted, ‘othered’ and dehumanised.

    The same BBC that zealously cheerleads for abortion, the BBC that actively tries to demonise anyone who wants to limit abortion in any way.

    Justin Webb floated the idea that we should perhaps treat the unvaccinated more harshly as they are ‘a danger to themselves and to others’….never mind the vaccinated can catch and transmit the virus just as readily as the unvaccinated.

    But…what about abortion? In England and wales in 2020 there were 210,000 abortions…that’s more than the death toll from covid. The BBC is happy with that….it’s OK to kill all those babies.

    One reason is that…

    ‘A woman has the right to choose whether or not she wants to have the baby. It is her body.’

    Hmmm…but don’t the unvaccinated also have the right to choose what happens to their bodies?

    A mother to be can deliberately and definitely kill her baby but if you are unvaccinated and may only potentially infect someone else, to a greater or lesser degree, and the vaccinated can just as easily infect them, you are evil, selfish and irresponsible.

    Seems ‘morality’ is a flexible thing at the BBC…but then again a ‘terrorist’ is merely a militant or an heroic rebel resister when it suits the BBC’s narrative whilst someone who merely wants to control immigration is a far-right extremist not far off being a Nazi.

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    • taffman says:

      pugnazious
      Spot on !

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    • LynetteO says:

      Need to ammend your statement -” never mind the vaccinated can catch and transmit the virus just as readily as the unvaccinated” Even if this is true, it is not relevant as they are passing on a mild virus to those who have been vaccinated. It is the unvaccinated that are filling the hospitals wards with seriously ill and dying people.

      Many years ago some hospitals would take young people who smoked to actually see people dying of lung cancer in hospital to show them what smoking does to people. It would be good if this could be repeated for people who need to see the proof themselves of the chances you take if you don’t vaccinate.

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      • Jeff says:

        That’s just not true, you’ve fallen for Bo-Jo’s BS I’m afraid.

        He got caught out the other day claiming that 90% in intensive care were unvaccinated. When this was looked at by the excellent podcast Politico it was revealed that the 90″ actually referred to those that haven’t been “boostered”. That’s still the majority of the population. That might even include you…

        As a rule of thumb I always take a second, third and then a fourth look at any remark this lying two faced idiot makes.

        Sorry Lynette, you’ve been Borised…

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      • NCBBC says:

        It is the unvaccinated that are filling the hospitals wards with seriously ill and dying people.

        Perhaps the vaccinated have passed on because of the vaccine.

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      • NCBBC says:

        Even if this is true, it is not relevant as they are passing on a mild virus to those who have been vaccinated.

        Its one type of virus. One does not have the delta strain, and a mild delta strain.

        What is true is the delta strain can give rise to mild symptoms in the vaccinated but serious symptoms in the unvaccinated.

        From which follows that the unvaccinated will stay at home, and when serious go to hospital. But the unvaccinated with mild symptoms, are the ones that go about and spread the virus. The same virus, not a milder delta strain.

        So yes, the unvaccinated do end up with serious symptoms and might have to go to hospital. But its the vaccinated that do most of the spreading.

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        • NCBBC says:

          So yes, the unvaccinated do end up with serious symptoms and might have to go to hospital. But its the vaccinated that do most of the spreading.

          If the above argument is true, then it makes me uncomfortable to accept it.

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    • NCBBC says:

      Pugnazious

      I agree whole heartedly. Not enough testing has been done to state it is.

      The fact that Western governbments are using threats of incarceration against those who do wish the take the vaccine, makes me very suspicious.

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      • NCBBC says:

        Correction: The fact that Western governments are using threats of incarceration against those who do NOT wish the take the vaccine, makes me very suspicious.

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    • NCBBC says:

      I would have thought that it is in the public interest that there is a sufficiently large group, willing to voluntarily put itself at risk, and serve as a control group. They should be lauded for that , quite apart that they are standing for the principle of freedom from forced medication.

      The question is, why is the government hell bent on vaccinating everybody. What if the so-called experts and the vaccine producers wrong. It would’nt be the first time.

      What is the nature of the untested so-called vaccine that forces government leaders virtually force everyone to get the jab, so no control group is available. Why the panic to remove the Control group at any cost, including violating Nuremberg principles.

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      • LynetteO says:

        Several surveys from the New Scientist magazine (23.10.2021) shows 65% of people who are fully vaccinated against Covid are far less likely to infect others but vaccine protection wanes over time. .

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        • NCBBC says:

          What do the UK Vaccine Surveillance Reports tell us?

          https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2021/12/what_do_the_uk_vaccine_surveillance_reports_tell_us.html

          What Zhao shows

          It’s very clear to me from the summary I produced that, in the UK, from Week 41 to Week 50, vaccinated death numbers are way larger than unvaccinated ones. In the Week 51 report, vaccinated deaths outnumbered unvaccinated by 72.85% vs 23.16%. In the Week 47 report, the relative values were 78.40% vs 18.28%. And in the Week 45 report, they were 79.42% vs 17.00%.

          From the above analysis, its clear that the unvaccinated are clogging up the hospitals for a reason. The vaccinated, meanwhile are clogging up hospital corridors on the way out..

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    • NCBBC says:

      Booster Bust: Medical Establishment Changes Its Mind
      By Vasko Kohlmayer

      There is a tectonic shift underway in the medico-scientific establishment: they are starting to walk back boosters.

      The first indication of this dramatic change of attitude came from the United Kingdom last week.

      https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2022/01/booster_bust_medical_establishment_changes_its_mind.html

      ————————————————-

      I have a feeling that the results of vaccinations is not good. Probably showing that vaccines are killing more people then ones not vaccinated.

      So this excuse to slide out from the back door.

      The trouble here is that its difficult even for me, to accept that I have probably been bamboozled, and rushed into accepting a clearly untested vaccine.

      Please read the linked article. Boosters and vaccines are causing people to fall in and die, as their natural immune system is failing.

      This is what I’m seeing in the Office of National Statistics reports.

      Vaccines are causing more deaths then covid 19.

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  2. taffman says:

    “Sort it out or step aside, Tory donor tells Boris Johnson”
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-59956939
    The Consocialists are still London Centric.
    They have forgotten about their promises to ‘The Red Wall’……….
    To stop mass immigration, to get us out of the EU and to ‘end the tax that robs from the poor to give to the rich’ .
    We did not vote for a Green Party energy tax , high inflation and an invasion from the third world .

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  3. BRISSLES says:

    What to make of this ?

    Sister in law took a PCR test in hospital at the weekend – in preparation for a minor procedure on Thursday. Result received today was positive, so procedure cancelled. S-in-L has felt fine all along, so after receiving the results did a double check with a home lateral flow test – this was negative.

    How can we rely on any test if results are unreliable ?

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    • taffman says:

      BRISSLES
      I have a similar story to that.
      Have we all been conned ?

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    • Kaiser says:

      “How can we rely on any test if results are unreliable ?”

      they are not and we cant

      the PCR has been flawed since the beginning , even the CDC has now admitted this

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    • digg says:

      Which is why I suggested an independent and deep seeking inquiry into the whole pile of *****. Yes we have been and still are being conned for political ends. We are being treated like lab rats!

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    • NCBBC says:

      Same can be said for the vaccine. The panicked rush to remove the Control group by force if necessary, tells me that governments are prepared to do anything to remove the Control group.

      Something stinks.

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  4. taffman says:

    “UK delays more all-lane smart motorways for five years”
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-59956911
    About time .

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    • MarkyMark says:

      UK Gov renames “Smart Lines” to “Death Lanes” and opens them up again.

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    • NCBBC says:

      Smart motorways ae yet another ruse to fleece the motorist for roads that have been built by motorist’s money, as well as maintained.

      I wish the RAC and AA formed a political party. They could easily get 100 seats, and thus always be the party with the most influence.

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  5. Richard Pinder says:

    Not the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), but from the Mensa Debating Forum (MDF)

    In an unprecedented letter of condemnation, the head of the Office for Statistics Regulation (OSR), Ed Humpherson, criticised the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) for providing statements “Unsupported by the data” and demanded much greater transparency on health data.

    So Professor Fentons problems with the Office for National Statistics (ONS) data originate from the UKHSA. In fact the Covid rules imposed by the UKHSA are identical to those imposed by the US Centers for Disease Control. This links the British rules with Dr Fauci. Both the USA rules and the UK rules classify people as unvaccinated up to 16 days after they have been vaccinated. Fenton has also said that there is no evidence that vaccinated people are less likely to get infected by Covid as the unvaccinated. He also points out that nations with the highest vaccine uptakes like Gibraltar & Israel, have the highest infection rates. He has also found out that data manipulation has been used to fraudulently show that the vaccine lowers hospital admissions for the vaccinated. Professor Fenton also says that deaths and injuries from the Covid vaccine are the highest for any approved vaccine used in British history.

    So Kennedy and Fenton already have an idea of what the UKHSA is hiding from the ONS & OSR.

    On page 16 of Tuesdays Daily Mail, Professor of Vaccinology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Brendan Wren, wrote an article entitled “When this pandemic ends, the dodgy data and flawed forecasts of the doom-mongers may emerge as the greatest scandal of all”

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  6. dafydd says:

    Another day same old sh-t from the BBC…

    Perhaps today is the day they get there scalp.

    Why has Boris not resigned…???

    Either the Government knows something we don’t regarding Partygate or they are delusional…if everything I’m reading is true then there is no way back for Boris and the BBC and left get there wish.

    Watching the news on BBC last night and this morning the presenters and correspondents have a gleeful and smug look on there face when talking about and presenting the Partygate story..

    Maybe it’s the circle of friends I mix in but not one gives a rat’s arse about drinks that happened nearly two years ago, including my leftie brother, most are solely concerned about getting through the Pandemic and making ends meet..

    Is it not sad that the opposition, the BBC and left can can only make political gains and capitol on sleaze alone..

    Let’s hope for this countries sake that Mr & Mrs Joe Public can see through all the bullsh-it the BBC and left are serving up

    Truly pathetic

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    • G says:

      dafydd,

      The expression, ‘Tallyho’ comes to mind.

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    • Seppers says:

      I agree with you that it’s part of a long-running scheme to oust Boris, like him or not.
      He shouldn’t have had a ‘party’ at that time, if that’s what it was. Very insensitive to those making real sacrifices. But something about the bbc’s constant pushing on this and other things just turns me off.
      I suspect its about Brexit. But whether it is or isn’t the bbc are not just straightforwardly presenting facts; there is propaganda and emotional manipulation on their news webpage, and they seem to have already determined the outcome of any inquiry. Not the state broadcaster I want as I find them scary.
      As far as Boris’s misdemeanours- let the inquiry etc take its course.

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  7. Guest Who says:

    Kirsty strolling in sporting the Rosa Kleb look was a nice touch.

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  8. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch#1 – has Martin Reynolds resigned?

    If not, why not? The BBC are anxious not to tell me that important news. It was not the Prime Minister who sent the e-mail inviting 100 people to a receptionpartygathering in 10 Downing Street. The BBC seem equally anxious to not ask whether Martin Reynolds has links to the Labour Party. He is probably a member of the CSA (Civil Service ‘trade union’) but that is fairly a benign organisation compared to the backers of Ange.

    Something about all of this smells.

    If I was the PM, I would have already got MI5’s best sleuths investigating links between various media operations, some journalists and others ready for a big public reveal.

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    • Guest Who says:

      Smells? It reeks of collusion throughout the establishment.

      Why just Boris? Slick is still embedded and until Corbyn gets rid of the Rayner/Lammy faction they are no alternative.

      Even as a laughable coalition of the undead with Spudhead, BiMoron and Transatlantic Caroline.

      It can’t just be they are so blinded still by Hatred for Brexit they reckon Cummings and Fox Slaughterer and Gina are they future?

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      • dafydd says:

        Guess Who…

        I agree something stinks about the whole sarga..

        Perhaps the delay in Johnson appearing is because they are trying to get to the bottom of it all…or just wishful thinking on my part…

        Either way, everything seems to be to coordinated for my liking…

        Let’s hope Boris has something up his sleeve to fight back with..( doubt it)

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        • Up2snuff says:

          Guest, am not sure that my brain can decode all your nicknames. However in my feeble state it doesn’t take too many braincells to work out a fairly straight or even a wiggly line between the EU Referendum, Boris Johnson’s part in it, the MSM, the BBC, Whitehall, the other place in Westminster, some of the Commoners, the rest of the ‘establishment’ and various sundries such as Gina Miller.

          Boris Johnson ought to be able, even in his Dilyn, Wilf, newborn and Carrie Anoinette-addled state to work that out. If not Steve Baker should whisper in his ear: “Someone is trying to set you up.”

          Churchill was right: “Politics is foul.”

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          • Guest Who says:

            Davey, Speccie, Green and….

            Sorry. They deserve only teasing.

            Boris is poor leadership material as he has walked into too many of these and allowed too many bad hires. My career in management ceased when I had a family. I made a choice. Cakes, and eat it, however illogical that is, spring to mind.

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            • Guest Who says:

              Next they will be saying all would have settled down with that nice Mr. Hitler if Neville has been allowed new puppy leave with Fang for 6 months.

              Like Sleepy.

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            • digg says:

              100% a Brexit revenge thing again, just the latest skirmish!
              The BBC really don’t believe that the public deserve a vote and should follow their guidance like sheep.

              They also know that this Country is populated by lots of people who don’t think any deeper than their headlines. I am already seeing this with various acquaintances parroting the tear-jerker stories the BBC are spewing out relentlessly.

              The Uk is gradually sliding into the same swamp as the US where the narrative is created and sustained by a combination of the media and political spin-doctors and their legal aides rather than by the truth.

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          • Seppers says:

            Yes, very insensitive and stupid though a gathering was at that time, it still all feels like part of the ongoing campaign to oust Boris. Probably because of Brexit. Maybe in future I’ll laugh at myself for thinking this, as I now cringe at my former support for Blair. But they seem to have found him guilty before the police or anyone else has decided. And it’s been relentless.
            ‘They broke the rules to have wine’. Bbc news website top and front.

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        • Up2snuff says:

          Dafydd, I agree. Depends a lot on who Sue Gray is loyal to: her own independence & integrity or Whitehall or ‘the establishment’ or some other. Thing I find strange is Laura Kuenssberg’s sudden disappearance ‘from the scene of the crime’ after she was inadvertently ‘outed’ by Sarah Montague on TWatO last year. Then Laura expects a seat on TOADY to open up for her. Strange that.

          There’s no doubt that Bojo is distracted at present, he must be. Newborn wailing in the night, ‘er indoors/SWMBO and Wilf wanting to play with Daddy not to mention Dilyn demanding ‘walkies’ and poop-scooping.

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    • JohnC says:

      Agreed : it absolutely stinks to high heaven of the MSM colluding to remove a Prime Minister who they still hate because of Brexit.

      Whatever happened, it’s not something which a PM should be forced to resign over. Compared to things like the absolute farce of the migrant crisis and the massive economic damage of COVID it is absolutely and completely insignificant.

      They are like a pack of hyenas ripping a rabbit to pieces. It’s not pretty at all.

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  9. Sluff says:

    Three cheers for Toady!
    Well, I didn’t expect to write that this morning.
    And I dare say readers didn’t expect to read it.

    The topic was so-called SMART motorways and they interviewed a lady whose relative was killed on one. It’s not really clear what the editorial was on this beyond the usual sentimental tugging-at-the-heartstrings guff. But the government have caved in to this and are pausing the SMART motorway rollout. However the lady then revealed a little more of herself by going off on one about climate change, global warming, and pollution, and how we should all only use three lanes.

    But here’s the amazing thing. In a rare moment of insight, Toady then interviewed John Spellar, a Labour MP who was a minister when the first smart motorway was released as a trial, on the M42 East of Birmingham.

    And what a revelation he was. He gave one of the most erudite, straightforward defences of motorways and road transport in general that I have heard on the radio, and anywhere else, in years. The smart motorways were for peak hour traffic and at controlled speeds to keep the traffic flowing. All lane running was a Highways Agency construct. And we know how marvellous civil service quangos are. He said little or nothing about environmental guff. He supported road transport. He supported lorries. And cars. He pointed out the glaringly obvious, that motorways are by far the safest roads. And thus he disagreed with the lady even though she had been brought on as a victim. Fantastic.

    I have not heard that level of unapologetic support for roads from anyone in any Tory government in the last 10 years. They have all folllowed the Nut Nuts green public transport rubbish and forgotten about the 30 million car owners who vote.

    John Spellar, Labour. Thank you,sir.

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    • Guest Who says:

      Is it that there are no sensible Tory MPs or the bbc only invites the ‘sound’ ones or loons who can be ensured to car crash?

      It seems the few times any pol actually sounds sensible on relevant topics beyond media gotcha obsessions they are Labour.

      Interestingly Nick Ferrari liked his employer claiming he single handedly arranged all this.

      Is this true?

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    • StewGreen says:

      Anecdotal cases make for bad law
      but so often the media people start with a narrative and then bring on selected victims to back it.

      Partygate2 is an example
      They wheeled on families of victims who had died before the party.
      Well the party played no part in those deaths
      Party or no party they died anyway.

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  10. Sluff says:

    I’m no supporter of Boris. He’s inept on many levels. He’s weak managerialy.
    But I can’t help but. On luxe the Remoaner Civil Service have seen this and so been out to get him all along and to do what the voters didn’t.

    Civil Servants very rarely resign, get the sack, or get made redundant. And if they do, the packages are enormous. So setting up Boris for a big fall was never more than a low risk strategy for them. And it looks like it might be working.

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  11. Guest Who says:

    Meanwhile as Clone Blonde #2 in Washington gets her hair redone and Jon finds another cricket match, this seems pertinent given a media estate driven via the Internet and social media propaganda backed by censorship.

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2021/nov/27/bidens-pick-of-gigi-sohn-to-lead-the-fcc-is-utterl/

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    • MarkyMark says:

      “This new reality makes the Biden administration’s nomination of Gigi Sohn to the FCC all the more troubling given her track record of disregard for our sensitive secrets and outright hostility to intellectual property, which could dangerously empower America’s enemies namely Russia and China, if she is confirmed. She is an utterly inappropriate choice, and the administration should withdraw her nomination straight away.”

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    • MarkyMark says:

      gigisohn.png?itok=yvjKVfjR

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  12. Guest Who says:

    BBC News on social media

    A charity is warning parents to be alert to a common winter virus that can cause breathing problems in very young children.

    ***

    Classic family group grinning ear to ear as they got their pic taken.

    No idea what this ‘common winter virus’ is as there are likely now as many bbc ones as there are sexes.

    But be alert… and say cheeeese.

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  13. AsISeeIt says:

    After the initial panic stations of spring 2020, many of us must have sensed that Boris’s uncharacteristic limp, senseless, economy destroying and morale sapping continual repeat renewals of lockdown rules would somehow eventually be his downfall.

    The press this morning assure us that the Great British Public [all caps], including crucially conservatives [cap not applicable I’m not really talking about careerist drone unpricipled Tories], are jolly well insensed at his own rule-flouting behaviour:

    Britain is fizzing with anger‘ (Daily Mail)
    Fury as BoJo dodges questions over bash‘ (The Sun)
    Say sorry or doom us all, ministers tell Johnson‘ (Telegraph)

    Meanwhile, in the more left-leaning organs we sense subeditors have some difficulty controlling their hysteria:

    Johnson faces “potentially terminal” showdown over Downing St parties‘ (FT) – is the PM really about to be terminated? “Hasta la vista, Boris

    And yes, theunpricipaled FT is culturally left-leaning – this morning for instance we sense a note of regret in their feature: ‘Revolution cancelled. The left has failed to seize the moment again‘ Do they really still need to even talk about Marxism as a thing in the 2020s in a supposedly capitalist, market orientated newspaper?

    The party’s over, Boris‘ (Daily Mirror)

    Drama queens at the BBC look forward to PMQs. We note it is not Sir Keir but in his stead on maneuvers: ‘Labour’s deputy leader Angela Rayner [who] told BBC Breakfast…‘ – is he self-isolating for abot the thirty-seventh time in a row? Or is he keeping himself on the bench – so to speak – in case he fluffs PMQs to general leftist dismay – like a typical BAME England football penalty-taker?

    “Contempt for the victims”‘ – screams the giveaway Metro. Shrieking as we imagine it might do if the title had just lost not only its NHS advertising contract also but Deliveroo, O2 and McDonalds all on the same day.

    Metro’s urbanite audience is defined as ABC1 adults aged 15 – 44 year old, who live in metropolitan areas. They’re tech-savvy early adopters who use the world of online to fuel their busy offline lives.“- or so they tell their advertisers.

    We can’t help but note some of the Metro’s own wistful boastful depictions of their readership aimed at potential advertisers:

    Our Urbanite Audience

    Typical characteristics of Metro urbanites

    Image conscious – “A designer label improves a person’s image”‘
    ‘Influenced by advertising – ‘Advertising helps me choose what I buy’
    ‘Technology savvy – “It’s important that my household is equipped with the latest technology”

    But what’s this… do we sniff a faint but emerging odor of hypocrisy:

    Highly social – “I like to go to trendy places to eat and drink”

    I’ll bet they do… One suspects Britain feels somewhat “had” by social gathering style-crimping lockdowns.

    We’ve finally realised we over-reacted to the so-called pandemic.

    It would be too embarrassing to have to admit we made our arms into pin cushions, trashed the economy, excused – indeed celebrated – the glaring deficiencies of what was left of our already substandard nationalised Health Service and squandered the liberating potential of Brexit.

    Far better and more comforting to project our own shame onto the buffoonish BoJo.

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    • Up2snuff says:

      AISI, I thought the front page of the FT had a rather ‘telling’ photograph embedded therein this morning.

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      • AsISeeIt says:

        Ah yes, I note pictured on the frontpage of the FT what one might describe, in borrowed mock heraldic terms, as a full achievement of arms – or FT aims perhaps:

        On a background celestial bleu, la tour d’eiffel, charged with the stars EU d’or, overall a well-groomed young Parisian (migrant?), masked, not helmeted, proper.

        It serves as the FT equivalent of the old Daily Express masthead English knight with a shield.

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    • theisland says:

      Who is sighing in relief?

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  14. Guest Who says:

    No FT, no loss.

    No wonder their tweets are on my timeline as ‘promoted’.

    And their staff are go to by bbc producers.

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    • MarkyMark says:

      What are nudges?
      Nudges mean thinking harder about the way people approach decisions and using those insights to design policy. In 2010, the Institute for Government set out some of those approaches in its MINDSPACE report, which suggests that both the messenger and the message were important and that defaults mattered. It remains the Institute’s most downloaded report.

      The approach depends a lot on experimentation, and the Nudge Unit has championed wider use of experiments in governmen

      https://www.instituteforgovernment.org.uk/explainers/nudge-unit

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  15. Guest Who says:

    So much going on here.

    BBC News

    Aya Yousef was sacked, and divorced by her husband, after she was filmed by a colleague at a work social event without her permission.

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    • MarkyMark says:

      Sacked belly-dancing teacher sparks Egypt debate over women’s rights
      By Yolande Knell
      BBC Middle East correspondent

      https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-59960477

      In Egypt, a viral video of a teacher belly-dancing has sparked a national debate about women’s rights and the country’s socially conservative values.

      Aya Yousef was sacked, and divorced by her husband, after she was filmed by a colleague at a work social event on a Nile boat without her permission.

      The video of Ms Yousef, who is wearing the Islamic headscarf and a long-sleeved dress for the daytime river trip, looks very tame by Western standards.

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    • StewGreen says:

      Does licence money need to go to report stories of a random Egyptian woman’s divorce ?

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      • JohnC says:

        I have the impression the BBC employ many, many low-grade reporters around the world – all interviewed and approved to spread the far-left agenda to the four corners. And all paid for by the British public.

        In order to be inclusive of these people in the name of diversity, the BBC routinely publish the best of what they come up with. Completely uninteresting, irrelevant dross like that is it.

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  16. StewGreen says:

    Context matters.
    The way BBC groupthink work often seems so similar to the way they say QAnon people’s thinking works
    ie with with rhetoric and extreme storytelling.

    9:25am On R4 More or Less, the BBC were doing this thing where they invite another beeboid onto the show, and thus plug that show.
    Here Gabriel Gatehouse came on to initially talk about QAnon saying 300,000 American kids go missing every year. That’s rhetoric cos the number who are not quickly found is a tiny portion of that; mostly they are just with the estranged parent etc

    Then they played a clip of the same US politician
    “We need to know how many puppies were eaten alive under Dr Faucis administration”
    Gatehouse says something
    Then Hartford comes in “eaten alive by sandflies”
    Then Gatehouse ..”you see this is a dog whistle to say the Deepstate is” doing lots of evil things.

    “eaten alive” is a figure of speech
    Yes the politician was trying to insinuate that Fauci and the establishment are evil, but It is not clear that the politician was trying to say that thousands of puppies were needlessly killed.

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    • DYKEVISIONS says:

      Stew, I grimly stayed on to listen to the ironically titled ‘The Death of Nuance’.
      Drip, drip, drip; surprise, surprise, ‘climate change’ was ‘dog whistled’ into the programme at 9m:17s

      https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m000qlsj

      Words like ‘monumental’ changes, ‘dramatic shifts’.. get bandied about by non – scientific bods (who, of course, we can now all trust) with a magisterial air of settled science, proclaimed to the nation on Radio bore.

      There appears to be no reasoned debate about anything at the moment, in my opinion, especially on ‘our’ BBC.

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  17. Fedup2 says:

    Wednesday morning . The Labour front bench /BBC try to game play a response to the coming nut nut apology – and calls to resign …
    Key question – can he survive ? Will the red Tories turn up at PMQs ? Who will be the top ‘loyalist ‘? Election ? Helicopter following car from number 10 to buck house ? Will I run out of popcorn … meanwhile the dinghies keep turning up …

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    • StewGreen says:

      The school bully mob move on from victim to victim
      Last playtime it was a Serbian tennis player, now they’ve moved onto Boris, they’ll be piling onto someone else next week.

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      • Up2snuff says:

        Stew, that’s right. The public ‘news consumers’ have a boredom threshhold. In addition, Conservative MPs or at least their Whips will have worked out that there is something going on and it is a personal attack on the PM, probably over Brexit. They will, after a period of panic, start to rally the troops.

        The best chance of a Conservative win at the next GE (campaigning to start middle/end of next year if – as rumoured – in mid-2024) might be to rally round behind the PM and become united all of a sudden.

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  18. Guest Who says:

    Interesting word, ‘historically’.

    https://www.holdthefrontpage.co.uk/2022/news/regional-editor-shares-hatred-of-self-serving-pigs-in-downing-street/?

    Wonder if he is now a current BBC Local Democracy Editor?

    The tonality seems familiar.

       2 likes

  19. StewGreen says:

    Spiegelhalter was also on More or Less talking a lot of sense.
    But he did say one thing that we can be sure the Boris’s booster acceleration programme is reducing severe hospitalisations and deaths.
    I think that could be the fallacy of all other things being equal.
    If you have a completely new disease then having a vaccination will greatly reduce death overall, but we are not starting from there, so things are not equal..

    Firstly it’s easy to think that Spiegelhalter is saying that if you as an individual get boosted you stand a much lower chance of being hospitalised/dying
    Most young people were never going to get hospitalised or die ..so giving them a booster doesn’t stop most being hospitalised/dying. It may leave them with a lower immune status than if they had actually caught the virus.
    That also plays out through the strongest of adults.
    Whereas the weakest of adults will already be boostered.
    It is entirely likely that when you booster young people. they get weaker cases and that slows the spread
    but in the scenario where are not boostered then they’ll be more firm dead ends whereby they’ve had proper Covid got natural immunity and therefore when they bump into Covid again, they don’t pick it up and spread it.

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    • Up2snuff says:

      Stew, the current thinking appears to be that Covid-19 is far from new. There are some, especially a notable article author on the TCW Defending Freedom web-site who reckons it is Bird Influenza, itself a subset of Chicken Influenza. I think that that hypothesis, possibly, is correct. In other words Covid is nothing more than a mutation of a 20 year old virus. There is a claim that Dr Fauci diverted Federal Funds to China to research offshore what was forbidden by law on USA territory, to research gain of function of a virus.

      Maybe, just may be.

         13 likes

  20. Thoughtful says:

    Well it’s said that if you pay peanuts you get monkeys, and that appears what the low pay for politicians has attracted to the HoC.

    It’s difficult to believe the stupidity of some of the MPs. I think we all know Angela Rayner is perhaps not the sharpest tool in the box, but you would think that instead of Red Labour trying to get rid of Boris they would want him there as long as possible with his train wreck of a life causing scandal after scandal and making a Red Labour win an inevitability. Just like what happened with that other train wreck Jeremy Corbyn.

    On the other side of the house Blue Labour are so thick and cowardly that they appear to believe that if Boris simply apologises all their problems will simply evaporate like the morning mist! This is a cowards solution. If he’s done it he would be far better to just admit it and state why he did it. These were people all working together having a few drinks in the office garden after work would hardly cause a greater risk of infection.

    But Blue Labour true to their values of cowardice uselessness and incompetence are incapable it seems of removing their failing leader by means of a leadership challenge, but then given the pittance on offer who would want to replace him save another liberal Marxist useless incompetent ?

       6 likes

  21. StewGreen says:

    The old Scunthorpe Labour MP was quite rightly kicked out for a Tory
    For one thing the Labour guy was a Remainer.
    Yet I see he is now a “Sir”
    Why the heck is that ?

       4 likes

  22. StewGreen says:

    “Novak Djokovic has admitted errors in his Australian travel papers and his behaviour after a positive coronavirus test result.”

    His statement explains his PCR test took time to come through and that before each event with children he took a quick lateral flow test which was negative.
    but once PCR positive he did cancel everything .. except the one French interview
    He did mask up, but accepts he should’ve cancelled the interview.
    https://www.aljazeera.com/sports/2022/1/12/full-text-of-novak-djokovic-statement-on-his-covid-19-errors

       4 likes

    • tarien says:

      Firstly in his defence-Unless you are 100% sure that this vaccine is 100% safe for 100% of those who take it (you aren’t), you have NO moral right to force or coerce it on ANYONE. In fact, choosing to do so is an evil action.”
      …You can strongly recommend it. You can explain why you think the benefits are worth the drawbacks and/or risks. What you can’t do – if you want to stay on the right side of morality, that is – is impose a negative consequence for making the ‘wrong’ choice. THAT is coercion.
      And as for the PCR tests-As of January 1, 2022, the CDC (Centre for Disease Control) in a request to the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) withdraws its endorsement of the RT-PCR test.
      The CDC acknowledges that the PCR test does not effectively differentiate between Covid-19 and Seasonal Influenza.
      Amply documented and analyzed by numerous scientists, the RT-PCR test does not detect or identify SARS-CoV-2 and its variants. That documentation clearly states the uselessness of the PCR testing-therefore likely that most likely Novak’s PCR would be a False Positive. What is being is gained with this nonsence? Australia the great sportsing nation cowed by political duplicity.

         9 likes

  23. MarkyMark says:

    Magawa wey be rat wey collect gold medal for im work for land mine clearing don die at di age of eight.

    Di rat bin help sniff out pass 100 landmines and bombs for di kontri of Cambodia ova im five year career.

    https://www.bbc.com/pidgin/world-59945741

       2 likes

  24. tomo says:

    MarkyMark

    ‘strayleeyah – hold my beer mate

       6 likes

  25. MarkyMark says:

    Why now? Why wasn’t this information about the party released when it happened? £3.5bn news outlet – could not find this at the time – year too late.

       7 likes

    • digg says:

      Because Cummins was on-side then?

         9 likes

    • Up2snuff says:

      MM, and they hope to pick them off one at a time. Think digg is right in his post. The media and Whitehall hated Cummings (and Cain) most of all. They have their claws into Bojo via Carrie Antoinette so they used her to get rid or the organising duo. That would also ensure 1. chaos in the No10 operation, and, 2. the chance to slip in a mole – Allegra Stratton. The media hadn’t bargained for a hit back versus Carrie Antoinette from Cummings.

      We had the interview.

      Then we had the release of that video that showed Stratton larking about. That got rid of the mole. I wonder if Stratton got hold of that video of Hancock & mistress and fed it to the media? I wouldn’t be at all surprised. No10 is a leaky old ship at present. Someone in Whitehall leaked that Martin Reynolds e-mail to ITV.

      Cummings and Cain gone, Hancock gone, the media have tried to get rid of Rishi Sunak and failed. Where is the next weak one in Cabinet? The PM. Either Wallpaper or Parties take your pick.

         6 likes

      • MarkyMark says:

        Rishi and Boris might as well walk from the Tory benches onto the Green Party. We have not opposition – just Eu/China sales guys.

        They no longer believe in the UK as an sovereign state, just air strip #1 ready to accept a new generation of tax payers.

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  26. Thatcherrevolutionary says:

    Make no mistake, the MSM are in lock step to get Boris out.
    He has disappointed me too often for me to care about him personally, especially with that wife, but I think there is no doubt the MSM/Establishment want him out and install someone with a more Sturgeon/Drakeford approach to C19.
    It also would be a bonus to get someone in with an eye to rejoining the EU, piece by piece.

       17 likes

    • Seppers says:

      In my opinion it’s all about Brexit. They have been trying to oust him from the start.
      They used Cummings to start with. Now they have Cummings on side.

         7 likes

  27. Guest Who says:

    Sima and Gav need to get a ‘find my voice’ room.

       3 likes

    • MarkyMark says:

      Even google is biased –

      There was a bunch of questions around if Google was biasing its search results mainly in favour of politically left-leaning websites, with a few questioning whether on the contrary it biased right-leaning websites. There was also a bunch of consumers asking why certain left-wing or right-wing websites were effectively being censored from their search results. The last set of questions, were less about bias and more about why Google search wasn’t as good as it was in recent years.

      In this post, I’ve looked for evidence of bias for and against both sides and have published what I have found.

      At this stage, I want to declare I have no political affiliations or left or right wing leaning at all.
      https://www.authoritas.com/blog/are-google-search-results-biased/

         2 likes

    • tomo says:

      The recent litigated challenge to “Facebook fact-checkers” has several interviews where weaseling activists that took Zuckerberg’s money simply invented opinionated BS and had the utter neck to field the “noble cause” excuse when challenged …

      Most of the fact check outfits that I’ve looked at (3 in detail) are little more than completely partisan “rapid rebuttal” units that lack the essential honestly of wearing the promotional baseball hats and T-shirt of their sponsors.

         6 likes

  28. StewGreen says:

    Just fast forwarded through most of Mike Graham’s TalkRadio Show ..he’s got an unlimited amount of callers that will say Boris attending a party is the worst thing ever ..or that smart motorways are evil.
    .. so he’s going with that

       3 likes

  29. s.trubble says:

    Fully expecting Ms Rayner to lead the attack today on PMQ,s.
    Watch for her being feted like Krankie .

    bBC SCotland(£32 million white elephant) has worked tirelessly to promote Krankie to the extent that any non SINN Fein /SNP I know are stretching for the sick bucket.

    PS Boris needs to hold the line here…he is under siege ….make sure you list the prominent names in the plot…and let them know WE KNOW.

       10 likes

    • MarkyMark says:

      Why was this information kept locked up until now?
      If it had been released earlier then people could decide if they wanted to see their dying parents/children with this information…. why now and who was sitting on it? BBC? Sky? 650 MPS?

         4 likes

  30. StewGreen says:

    The Anti-Brexit BBC love the Anti-Brexit Lady Hale
    so put her on Great Lives yesterday where she chose 1920’s businesswoman Lady Rhondda
    “she was the first female president of the Institute of directors & was also the only female president of the IoD.”

    The IoD reply today that the of course that’s true since years ago the position of IoD President was abolished
    Instead they have a Chair and in fact the last two Chairs were women.

       6 likes

  31. MarkyMark says:

    The Government’s use of a so-called VIP lane to award contracts for the supply of personal protective equipment to two companies during the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic was unlawful, the High Court has ruled”. Not the news the government needed just before the PM’s most dangerous PMQs so far… More importantly, if the government broke the law, is anyone going to jail?
    order-order.com

       3 likes

  32. MarkyMark says:

    Boris to announce a new Peppa Pig theme park memorial to all those pigs that died due to Covid in PMQs – and to say TOny Blair should get a knighthood and that the wind will blow twice as strong tomorrow to end the energy crisis.

       7 likes

  33. MarkyMark says:

    MPs to receive pay rise of £2,464 – bringing basic annual salary to £81,932
    https://www.itv.com/news/2020-03-05/mps-to-receive-pay-rise-of-2-464-bringing-basic-annual-salary-to-81-932

       1 likes

    • tomo says:

      MP pay rise …. ?

      WHY?

         4 likes

    • Thoughtful says:

      It’s a pittance! the lowest pay for politicians in the whole of Western Europe!
      Yet while stupid people say they shouldn’t be paid anything, or let Saudi or Russia pay them, then moan that the BBC is full of bias and there’s a Mosque on every street corner.

      I’ve raised this several times here and the consensus is “If I can save a ha’penny every century then let other countries pay the politicians and stuff the consequences”

      Remember you get what you pay for, and if you aren’t happy with the quality of the shower then change your mind!

         2 likes

      • Up2snuff says:

        Thoughtful, all you say is true but will paying – say, £120,000 – guarantee we get a better class of MP? Just to remind you, most of them have second and maybe third jobs. Then there seems to be no shortage of gullible publishers willing to pay MPs & Cabinet Ministers to ‘write’ books, ghost-written or otherwise. Especially a ‘tell-all’ memoir after leaving the Commons or the other place.

           4 likes

        • Thoughtful says:

          Paying more would come with provision to end all other sources of incomes, so no more Saudi bribe money, that would have to extend to family and friends, but as in the USA a commons salary should be for life once two terms are served.

             1 likes

  34. BRISSLES says:

    As well as the Big Brother cctv cameras, (who decided to release THAT footage of the drinks party at no.10 anyway ?) we are all victims of the camera phone wherever we are. A fight breaks out, a heated discussion, any police incident and what’s the first thing we see…… a sodding camera phone being held up.

    Another lesson ‘has not been learned’ is the sending of possibly incriminating emails ! Clearly the plonker who sent the BYOB invite, failed to see the possible future repercussions this might have. Surely when working in a government environment the mantra has to be TRUST NO-ONE ! and delete all emails when read and noted, which particularly should have applied to those working with Dom Cummings. !!! or risk them being ‘leaked’ by some traitorous employee with a grudge.

       13 likes

    • Up2snuff says:

      Brissles, that plonker was a Senior Civil Servant. Please have some more disrespect! Big question is: did the Civil Serpent do it off his own bat or on the instruction of a Minister and if the latter, who? Then, who leaked the e-mail to ITV? Back in the good old days, Plod or Five used to be called in to trace leakers and some have been prosecuted and even jailed for leaks.

      The PM seems to be a bit lax on this.

         6 likes

  35. Barleycorn says:

    Aside from the Beeb’s blatant campaign to add the blonde scalp of BoJo to its growing collection of PC trophies, we also have clear evidence of its attempt to reserve roles in the theatre and cinema for its ‘preferred’ categories of players (BAME), by invoking the proviso of ‘lived experience’, often touted by the Beeb’s go-to gay writer/director, Russell T.Davies.
    Key questions are never asked, nor answered in the MSM it appears. For example, if only blacks and gays can play blacks and gays, because they have the requisite ‘lived experience’- how then do we cast: Judges, the Police, Soldiers, Serial Killers, Toilet attendants (can’t think of the modern euphemism)
    Farmers; the Comatose (inc Joe Biden); or Hamlet’s Father’s Ghost? Extrapolating from the ‘lived experience’, how did a woman of African appearance and origins get to play the 16th Century white queen, Ann Boleyn? Does this also mean that movie ‘dead’ must consist of actual ex-people, on loan from the local mortuary, or, can anyone play dead? https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-59941574

       18 likes

  36. MarkyMark says:

    Kay Burley (party)? Rita Ora (travel)? Boris Johnson (bottle wine)? Margaret Ferrier (travelled UK with COVID)? Corbyn (party of 8).

    Oh how we laughed.

       5 likes

    • StewGreen says:

      Minute 33 Peter Bone “This Friday my bill BBC Licence Abolition has its second reading
      It would abolish the BBC Licence Fee .. require subscription
      ..It is ridiculous to have a State broadcaster
      ..It is ridiculous to have people pay a fee just cos they have a TV
      And what is totally wrong is for people who believe the BBC to be institutionally biased to have to SUBSIDISE them
      Will the PM come along and support the bill ???”

      Boris “I have high respect the media judgement of my HF
      though I understand some of his strictures about the BBC , Mr S . I would also say that the BBC is a great national institution
      I will study what he has to say, I will invest (?)
      .

         14 likes

    • Seppers says:

      Yes, don’t see the bbc discussing those much.

         2 likes

  37. StewGreen says:

    In alarmism land top Independent-SAGE experts get carried away and don’t remember that the daily stats are not the stats you should look at,
    because of the weekend effect that make Tuesdays’ tallies always have lots of catchup deaths from the weekend.
    Covid is NOT “causing 379 deaths in a single day ”
    … Actual deaths these days are about 200/day

       8 likes

    • MarkyMark says:

      Trisha Greenhalgh
      @trishgreenhalgh
      Prof of Prim Care, Oxford. Alert me if someone needs unblocking https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?sortby=pubdate&hl=en&user=8KQwEGcAAAAJ&view_op=list_works
      Oxford, Englandphc.ox.ac.uk/team/trish-gre…Joined January 2012

         1 likes

    • Sluff says:

      The daily covid data differentiates between ‘date of death’ and ‘date reported’. The latter is more immediate and always shows the ‘weekend effect’. The former is more accurate day to day but there is a time delay as the numbers quoted for the most recent days are incomplete so subsequently uprated. Therefore the ‘date reported’ 7 day average is the fastest/ best overall indicator.

      So if thickos like me can work that out then how come Prof. Greenhalgh cannot? Or could it possibly be that she has an agenda?

      I

         7 likes

      • StewGreen says:

        @Sluff, more or less agree with you
        But there is no time delay ..it’s from the same data release
        It’s just the same data re-arranged.

        With the daily stat layout you can spot trends say compared to the previous 7 days
        but if you try to spot one day trends .. you come up against Sunday and holiday effects.

           4 likes

  38. MarkyMark says:

    Good old days …

    Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon was once rebuked by a journalist for putting his hand on her knee during dinner, his spokesman has confirmed.

    Radio presenter Julia Hartley-Brewer had recounted the “mildly amusing” incident without naming Sir Michael.

    After his identity was revealed in the Sun, she tweeted saying she had not been “remotely upset or distressed”.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-41812281

       7 likes

  39. MarkyMark says:

    Boris can retire and will be ok – how he laughed ….

    Employment and earnings
    Payments from Hodder and Stoughton UK, Carmelite House, 50 Victoria Embankment, London EC4Y 0DZ, via United Agents, 12-26 Lexington St, London W1F 0LE:
    20 January 2021, received £1,471.64 for royalties on book already written. Hours: no additional hours. (Registered 05 February 2021)
    10 March 2021, received £742.60 for royalties on book already written. Hours: no additional hours. (Registered 25 March 2021)
    31 March 2021, received £2,397.09 for royalties on book already written. Hours: no additional hours. (Registered 16 April 2021)
    21 April 2021, received £1,468.23 for royalties on book already written. Hours: no additional hours. (Registered 11 May 2021)
    1 October 2021, received £1,396.93 for royalties on book already written. Hours: no additional hours. (Registered 21 October 2021)
    Payments from HarperCollins UK, 1 London Bridge St, London SE1 9GF, via Rogers, Coleridge and White Ltd, 20 Powis Mews, London W11 1JN:
    23 April 2021, received £482.66 for royalties on books already written. Hours: no additional hours. (Registered 11 May 2021)
    10 November 2021, received £277.81 for royalties on books already written. Hours: no additional hours. (Registered 06 December 2021)

    https://www.theyworkforyou.com/mp/10999/boris_johnson/uxbridge_and_south_ruislip#register

       4 likes

  40. StewGreen says:

    In PMQs a Tory stood up to make his pre-booked question about washing machine
    ..the mob in Parliament jeered him
    .. I guess cos they think only Boris bashing qns are allowed,
    #SchoolBullyCulture

    An Indian Labour MP stands up to ask a question about Pen Farthing & Afghanistan refugees
    .. he has a very strong Indian/Pak accent

       11 likes

  41. Fedup2 says:

    Seems like we all have to wait until someone appointed by nut nut tells nut nut whether he went to a party or not ….

    …will nut nut make it to the end of the week ?
    – more seriously Peter Bone is to try to introduce his Bill to end the BBC licence on this FRIDAY .
    I will try to watch it but if there is anyone who can monitor or copy the Hansard that would be useful to our primary aim

    The wasnt much noise when Mr Bone raised thr issue at PMQs – i guess too many MPs are intimidated by upsetting the BBC

       10 likes

  42. Sluff says:

    After PMQs, the BBC are going all out to get Boris.
    Laura Kuntsberg is as sour faced as ever and the patsy junior Tory minister is getting both barrels.
    The Labour contributor has so far sitted there and said nothing as the BBC are doing the job on their behalf.

    So, as impartial as ever.

       22 likes

    • JohnC says:

      This is just phase 1.

      If the BBC manage to get rid of Boris, get ready for a similar campaign to try and get a remainer in as PM.

      I’m no fan of the new woke Boris, but I suspect ‘better the devil you know’ is very applicable in this case.

      ‘Unbiased and impartial’ my @rse.

         12 likes

    • Seppers says:

      They have been doing this for ages. Think back to ‘language-gate’ when the word humbug meant he should resign and people were interviewed crying in the lobby (until someone reminded them of bollix to brexit and they all went quiet).
      It’s about Brexit.

         10 likes

  43. Sluff says:

    Welcome to multicultural PMQs.
    Two Labour MPs with ‘darker skin tones’ ask questions.
    Both have to read word for word from A4 sheets.
    Neither speak good English so read a word at a time, and in one case was so barely intelligible I could not actually understand the question. These people are in our legislature.

    What fun we would have had if Boris had asked him to repeat it.
    But then again, maybe we should go all the way and do PMQs in Urdu and Punjabi.

       20 likes

  44. MarkyMark says:

    Remember to kneel to your MPs and Lords …

    Lord Ahmed: Former peer guilty of child sex offences
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-south-yorkshire-59607283

    A former Labour peer has been found guilty of sexual offences against two children in the 1970s.

       11 likes

  45. StewGreen says:

    BBC local news opened not by playing a clip showing that Boris had started with his apology
    but rather opened by playing Starmer’s bit

    Newsreader “Boris J has confirmed that HE DID (yes huge emphasis) attend a bring your own Booze party in the garden during the first lock down .. of May 2020
    …. he has apologised, saying he believed that it was a work event, but in hindsight he should have sent the 30 or so people in attendance back to their desks.
    The rules at the time permitted us to meet only one person …. (lists lots of rules)
    He faced numerous calls to stand down from his job at PMQ’s including from our beloved leader Sir Keir Starmer”

    … Starmer clip

    Then ..”Here’s update ..there’s been a tweet from Labour’s Diana Johnson”

       6 likes

    • StewGreen says:

      The should have just played the clip of Boris
      .. but instead they put it in their own words so got to insert spin
      like “bring your own Booze party”

         10 likes

    • StewGreen says:

      Newsreader “The rules at the time permitted *us* to meet only one person from out household AND we had to be socially distanced”
      ..so what???
      It wasn’t *us*This was a workplace so those rules didn’t apply
      The newsreader is building a false narrative.

         6 likes

  46. G.W.F. says:

    BBC still after Boris. He must know by now that the BBC are in charge and he will be removed if he does not tow the line.

       9 likes

    • Sluff says:

      I listened carefully to the 1 pm news and the BBC are reporting that ‘Downing Street officials’ were partying.l.

      That’s the end of that and it’s straight back to the Boris bashing.

      The obvious question not asked by the BBC ‘investigative journalists’ of course is ……’who are these officials?

      Are they members of the Tory party?
      Are they Special Advisors?
      What departments do they work in?
      Are they career civil servants?

      And if they latter, which I suspect, then why the h*** is Boris bending over backwards to protect these entitled jobsworths?

      He should be throwing them under the bus.

         8 likes

  47. MarkyMark says:

    Breaking news on BBC .. Why you don’t need to go on a “sugar detox”
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/articles/sugar_detox

       0 likes

  48. tomo says:

    NOT news at the BBC

    Fauci perjury on “gain of function”

    https://gab.com/ProjectVeritas/posts/107601502254035741

       3 likes

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