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Longrider said…
Not that Tim had to work too hard at it mind...
Dennis said…
Longrider, my thought exactly.

"What a plonker", as someone comments on that post.

Labour just don't get this interactive thing, do they?
Anonymous said…
I've been a bit stricken by ennui during these dark post-Xmas January days. I'm pleased to say that it looks like LabourList might be just the thing to lift me out of my doldrums.

It'll be even more fun to watch it implode in a rainbow-coloured shower of retardation than it is to troll Americans on 4chan.
Anonymous said…
Flavious said…
Not anywhere near as hilarious as the baseball bat of a fisking Dizzy has taken to the man..
Priceless, utterly priceless
Dick Puddlecote said…
Dolly must surely be costing Labour - with his spelling if nothing else. Mandy isn't that daft, If Draper isn't replaced soon, Labour are even more dim than he is.

I hope they leave him there. It's the best advert for not voting Labour in years.

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