August 31st, 2010

FCO Says Hague/Myers Relationship Professional

A spokesman for William Hague said: “Any suggestion that the Foreign Secretary’s relationship with Chris Myers is anything other than a purely professional one is wholly inaccurate and unfounded.”

Interestingly worded. Note there is no denial that they shared a hotel room.


392 Comments

  1. 1
    M H says:

    Does paying someone for sex make it a professional arrangement?

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    • 5
      Not the same M H says:

      Oldest trade?

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      • 17
        David Laws says:

        Cooee. I’m still hiding!

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          Oh Dear, Poor Guido says:

          Order Order continues to decline, drowning in a sad pool of sixth form homophobia.

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          • End of an era - thank God says:

            Perhaps PC ideology is beginning to crack and people are no longer afraid to open their gobs, even if heaven forbid, it offends precious minorities.

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          • Yet you keep coming back?

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          • Anonymous says:

            Just as well he’s not coming all over your back, he obviously fancies you.

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          • sockpuppet #4 says:

            I bet sixth forms aren’t homophobic these days.

            Drowning? Theres certainly someone who’s shot them in the foot today.

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          • Oh Dear, Poor Guido says:

            Indeed I do, mankind has an enduring facination with the concept of the freak show in all it’s guises.

            Which to be fair to Order Order, most certainly includes the House of Commons.

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          • A friend of Dorothy says:

            Fuck off. You happy paying for someone’s sexual persuasions?

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          • Oh Dear, Poor Guido says:

            More homophobia, you are a knuckledragger worthy of the Bee n Pee ‘Friend of Dorothy’, and probably repressing something too….

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          • Oh look, another MONG! says:

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          • another friend of dorothy says:

            “More homophobia, you are a knuckledragger worthy of the Bee n Pee ‘Friend of Dorothy’, and probably repressing something too….”

            Ooh you bitch.

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          • Mr Ned says:

            To “Oh dead, poor guido”, FUCK OFF YOU BIGOTED HETEROPHOBIC TWAT!

            Your pathetic, shallow, fear-filled verbal ejaculant of the term, “homophobic” has been so massively overused, as to be utterly invalid as a slur. Not only is it utterly self contradictory as to literally mean “irrational extreme fear of the same”, but it is also utterly untrue in this case.

            If Hague advertised himself as a clean-living and honest family man, and thousands of people voted for him on that basis, when in reality he may be a shifty, dishonest homosexual, then he is lying to the public, betraying them and deserves to be outed as the dishonest and utterly untrustworthy sack of shit that such a revelation would prove.

            He would not be a sack of shit for being gay, but for LYING about it!

            How can you scream “homophobia” at critics of Hague when it is Hague who is displaying the most homophobic behaviour by living an apparent lie.

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          • Sad twats says:

            I wondered how long it would be before the CCHQ trolls were sent over.

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          • krapyrubsnif says:

            I like the sound of ‘verbal ejaculant’ if im honest. Does something for me that i cannot describe.

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          • Oh Dear, Poor Nell keeps changing her moniker says:

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          • Susie says:

            Leave it out Mr Fawkes. Who gives a fuckety fuck what anyone gets up to in the bedroom or does with their front or back bottoms?

            Yes I know it’s against Catholicism and Islam and probably caused the fall of the Roman Empire, but I’m just bored with hearing and speculating about it. I couldn’t care a less.

            Much more interested in the fact that Tone was verging on alcoholism and has dropped a right old clanger in his bookie wook by saying Rumsfeld and Cheney wanted to invade Syria as well as Iraq. Poor old Hague will have another can of worms to sort out there.

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          • I am Sick says:

            Oddly, I and many others could care. I care when I am lied to, I care when hypocrites lecture me about my lifestyle, I care when apparently talentless, inexperienced and thoroughly unqualified people are placed on the public purse, for no other apparent reason, than they are “close” to a government minister. The new politics of the new government, has all the hallmarks of the old politics and the old government. The only difference being, the madman has gone and he has been replaced by two Bliarlite clones.

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          • Susie says:

            But society and by extension most personal human affairs and civilization itself is based on a tissue of lies.

            We all lie everyday to keep things civilised — when my mother phones and I’m busy, I wouldn’t dream of telling her that and asking her to call later… when you meet some neighbour you can’t stand in Waitrose, you don’t turn your back on them, you smile and ask how they are.

            Whether Hague is gay or bi or straight is strictly a matter for himself and Ffion. She shows no sign of divorcing him, so we have no business intruding on their relationship.

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          • Baroness Thatcher says:

            There may be some comments which truly smack of a hatred of gays. To each their own. I suspect the majority of posters are PoliticiansEnjoyingaSecretPrivateLifeAtOurExpensephobic. Its very different.

            Few reasonable people would have been bothered about David Laws’ homosexuality but lots of us were really pissed off that he misused taxpayers money to try and hide the fact.

            This shrill response from the gay industry is little different to the way pro-Israel lobby screams ‘anti-semite Nazi’ at anyone who dares to criticize Israeli behaviour against the Palestinians.

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          • the lady doth protest says:

            Researchers at the University of Georgia conducted an experiment involving 35 homophobic men and 29 nonhomophobic men as measured by the Index of Homophobia scale. All the participants selected for the study described themselves as exclusively heterosexual both in terms of sexual arousal and experience.

            The only significant difference in degree of arousal between the two groups occurred when they viewed the video depicting male homosexual sex: ‘The homophobic men showed a significant increase in penile circumference to the male homosexual video, but the control [nonhomophobic] men did not.’

            Article: ‘Is Homophobia Associated With Homosexual Arousal?’ by Henry E. Adams, Ph.D., Lester W. Wright, Jr., Ph.D. and Bethany A. Lohr, University of Georgia, in Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Vol. 105, No. 3, pp 440-445.

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    • 6
      Concerned Citizen says:

      does it make any difference if it is the tax payer that is paying

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    • 8

      a smarter man than I would be looking very closely at rented accomodation slips on expenses, hotel bills, phone bills and car valet companies

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      • 40
        What's the difference between a journalist and a blogger? says:

        A journalist is not happy to publish until they have three separate sources whereas a guttersnipe blogger like Guido takes one anonymous source as Gospel.

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        • 48
          Hogwash says:

          You seriously believe that journalists from the sun, star or mail wait for 3 separate sources?

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        • 72

          Last time I checked Journalists didn’t blog with any success

          Speaking of Gospel, wasn’t that a pack of lies as well?

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        • 75
          jgm2 says:

          Three?

          Oh do fuck off.

          Two maximum.

          But in truth the UK’s journalists are utterly undeserving of the name. They are mere regurgitators of press releases.

          They are journalists in the same sense that the guy who changes your car tyre is an engineer or the zit-pocked teenager at McDonalds is a ‘chef’.

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          • Norman Arse says:

            Spot on, jgm2,

            I bet most trainee journalists have never heard of the two sources rule.

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          • Mr Ned says:

            Actually, all the mainstream media happily regurgitated the lies about Iraq’s WMD even when only single sourced. Evidence was NOT a pre-requisite for publication.

            And conversely, they refused to publish multiple sourced stories which blew apart the case for war. Funnily enough these stories, from multiple reliable sources were only published in the blogosphere.

            jgm2 is bang on correct in that there is hardly a journalist worth the name in this country.

            They are copy takers who publish anything which supports the agenda of those who own the vast majority of the media. (a very few people) and suppress that which undermines their agenda.

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          • Smig says:

            It’s all explained by reading this…
            http://american_almanac.tripod.com/warfare.htm
            “I know the secret of making the average American believe anything I want him to. Just let me control television…. You put something on the television and it becomes reality. If the world outside the TV set contradicts the images, people start trying to change the world to make it like the TV set images….”

            And by watching this…
            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starsuckers
            It’s a doddle to manipulate the MSM; especially the tabloid gossip “journalists”.

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        • 110
          A friend of Dorothy says:

          You fucking idiot. The MSM are so corrupt they’d sooner take out that yank bastard who’s doing three centuries inside for ripping off his customers than talk to the man in the street who actually HAS information.

          You must be a paid up tory.

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      • 94
        sockpuppet #4 says:

        CAR VALET ? ? ?

        What are you suggesting?

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    • 11
      Billy Hague is the Greatest Bender ever! says:

      ‘appen that’s summat David Laws could tell you
      I don’t rent boys I employ em

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      • 73
        Paul daniels syrup says:

        How about last of the ‘bummer’ whine

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      • 314
        Tapestry says:

        Who cares if people rent boys? Blair is a closet gay, according to Clarissa Parker Dickson, who used to work with him. Why does he never get any comment from the media? Is he still media-untouchable? How desperate is that.

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        • 378
          Animal says:

          If that is even remotely true then how on earth did his slot-gob wife get up the duff? You can’t tell me she found another fool bloke to fancy her?

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    • 21
      Euro Person says:

      So that’s Billy Boy dealt with – when is the story going to re-emerge about “Tiny Tim” and what happened on Victoria Station?

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    • 319
      William Hague says:

      TF that Blair’s book is now the headlines.

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    • 321
      John Thomas says:

      Go back nearly 50 years, I think the phrse “we’re just good friends” comes to mind mind you then the friends were batting for different genders.

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  2. 2

    And interestingly sourced.

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  3. 3
    Harbottle Grimston says:

    What gets me is why people would be bothered. In my opinion, as a Labour supporter, William Hague is one of the very few people in the cabinet competent to hold such a post. That is all that matters, anything else is for him and Ffion to work out!

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    • 15
      ROFL!! says:

      “In my opinion, as a Labour supporter”

      course you are son, course you are

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      • 70
        Harbottle Grimston says:

        I am indeed, seems at least we Labourites can recognise talent, even if we don’t agree with them!

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        • 78
          Oh Dear, Poor Guido says:

          Harbottle, I sympathise. The sad old homophobic, stupid hard right is just as tragic as the dinosaur old left. Just read some of the crap posted here by the usual collection of eye bulging loons. Hague is talented and effective, a tragic mistake in the eyes of some..

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          • Expat says:

            As a labour supporter, your judgment is clearly flawed so who cares what you think

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          • Noise says:

            I am just left wondering whether William Hague has upset someone important

            Or is it just that Cameron was being quite serious when he said “only two special advisors are recommended” and this being his 3rd and 4th appointments makes it worse?

            Otherwise I would have just assumed he was rewarding the people who helped him win his seat

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          • Anonymous says:

            He certainly won somebody’s seat ducky.

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          • Errors and corrections says:

            I would have just assumed he was rewarding the people who helped him win his meat

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          • sockpuppet #4 says:

            “Otherwise I would have just assumed he was rewarding the people who helped him win his seat”

            There you go. Thats bad enough. Like Edith Cresson’s dentist, but with political favours thrown in.

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    • 113
      Sarf of the River says:

      I am very concerned.

      It would appear his recruitment process leaves something to be desired. He’s taking the piss. How can a 24yo have anything of interest to advise him on except the fucking obvious?

      And I am a fucking gayer!

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  4. 4
    Tom Tomos says:

    It’s drooping bananas all over again.

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  5. 7
    Kered says:

    Professional……..duckies!!!!

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  6. 9
    Prasit says:

    Very sad if this is true, in as much if it brings him down.
    I have met him a couple of times and heard him speak, he is a worthy holder of his postion in government.
    Trouble is if and it is if he has proven to be living a lie, then that shall be the end of him.
    Oh shit.

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    • 46
      Anonymous says:

      I like Hague too, but he shouldn’t be shagging at the public expense.

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        I am Sick says:

        Or placing people on the public payroll, who have nothing discernable to offer other than being a charming room sharer.

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    • 323
      Billy the Buggerigar says:

      That’s what drinking a brewery every night does for you. Bladdered, balded and your shirt gets lifted. A closet minister indeed.

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  7. 10
    Boris says:

    One up the bum, no harm done!

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  8. 11
    ES Mason says:

    What do you mean? It explicitly denies any romantic or sexual relationship, saying that “any [such] suggestion…is wholly inaccurate and unfounded.”

    Now, if that turns out in due course to be a false statement, that would be interesting. But how is it “interestingly worded”?

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    • 16
      ES Mason says:

      Right, have just seen suggestions that paying someone for sex might constitute a professional relationship. In which case, the question becomes: has there been any suggestion or implication thus far that this actually took place? Because as I understood it, Guido’s implications in previous blogposts was simply that they were having a relationship, not that any money was involved…

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    • 22
      concrete pump says:

      X2

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        Animal says:

        It’s ‘interestingly worded’ because in Guido’s eyes it doesn’t specifically address something for him. Pretty much the same as a recent letter from my local authority didn’t touch on a matter that I’m concerned about, so it is therefore ‘interestingly worded’

        Anyway Guido, stop dancing round your handbag and just play a straight bat. If you don’t have any hard evidence to thrust in the ring then it’s time for you to pull out before things get white-hot sticky. You might think you have a thick vein of info to pull on but in reality it’s looking a bit limp right now, and for some people it appears you shot your bolt a while back. Bit unlike you to be so premature but there’s a first time for everything…..

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  9. 13
    What a load of shite says:

    I simply don’t care.

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  10. 14
    Clarence Mitchell says:

    Ludicrus, hurtfull and unhelpfull.
    The Foreign Office is firing on all cylinders to assist Little Willie and Limp willy Gerry.

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  11. 18
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever! says:

    I dunno

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  12. 19

    They won’t get caught in a hotal like that again. Next time it’ll be the YMCA

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  13. 20
    Barry "Cilit Bang" Scott says:

    Why do you think it’s interestingly worded? What did you expect them to say?

    “Today the FCO confirmed that William Hague is not a shirt lifter?

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  14. 24
    Anonymous says:

    Is Myers a poof?

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  15. 25
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever! says:

    Guido , I am inclined to belive Hauge isnt Gay , However as you have usally been right i am intriged to think there is something there , do you have the golden bullet ?

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  16. 26
    Crispin Blunt says:

    Just William is no mere amateur as Seb Coe will tell you.
    He’s up your chuff in no time like a rat up a drainpipe.

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  17. 26
    WILLY BUM HAGUE says:

    Lets face it only a fool would go near William Hagues Arse after his 14 pints !

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  18. 29
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever! says:

    Ok Fawkes , how would you have worded it ?

    Wills aint fucking anyone but his wife ?

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    • 115
      Anonymous says:

      I strongly doubt it too-more silly season bollocks as far as I’m concerned.Were it true I couldn’t giva a rats arse anyway , I’m more intrested in the wellbeing of my beloved country and her inhabitants and Hague imo,is a good sort.

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      • 135
        No more fucking excuses says:

        He is, but if he lied thats it.

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        • 145
          Anonymous says:

          Many gay people mislead over their sexuality-if society were more “accepting” this deceit wouldn’t be required-so until its totally accepted gay people will continue to mislead to protect themselves from the predudice of certain non accepting people.But as I’ve said I think its bollocks anyway.

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          • smoggie says:

            By “non acceptance” I presume you mean they wouldn’t vote for one of them.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Voting is a personal choice.Speaking for myself I couldn’t care less – gay,straight,black,white,transgender,cross dresser at the weekend-it matters not.Live and let live as far as I’m concerned.

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          • Susie says:

            And for some people, sex is just “three minutes of squelching noises” as Johnny Rotten so perceptively quipped. They’ve got better things to do or are so busy they’re too knackered for it.

            I betcha if Hague waltzed into Strasbourg next week and said, “that’s it mesdames et messieurs, nous sommes quitte le EU…” you’d be all over him like a rash.

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          • I am Sick says:

            LOL, pathetic shit Susie, the likelyhood of Cameron or wee Willie ever agreeing to leave the EU is ZERO. As for putting a completely unqualified, inexperienced driver come room mate, on the public purse as a “special” advisor, frankly that, is an epic piss take.

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          • Sarky Cozy says:

            The problem with that Susie is that nobody would understand what he was trying to say. Essayez encore une fois, ma cherie.

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          • HOMO PHOBE (i just dont like lifters) says:

            Susie i would love to give you at least Five minutes of squelching noises
            of course it would be “Front bottoms only though” !

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          • Susie says:

            I very much doubt it. I’m 58. But thanks anyway.

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          • Susie says:

            Just to set the record straight:

            “J’ai l’intention de quitter l’UE”

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  19. 33
    Englebert says:

    How the mighty have fallen. Once Guido nearly brought down Labour on his (sort of) own. Now following a story the tabloids think is beneath them

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  20. 34
    WILLYBUM HAGUE says:

    What next William found loitering in “Black rod’s entrance” ?

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    concrete pump says:

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  22. 36
    Anonymous says:

    Poor William, you were warned!

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  23. 38
    Engineer says:

    I have a good deal of sympathy for Ffion Hague, who is now going to be besieged by tabloid journalists asking very personal questions.

    One does slightly wonder why she appeared somewhere dressed – erm – interesingly.

    http://img.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2007/03_02/hagueDM2003_468x550.jpg

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  24. 39
    MARK OATENS CHOCOLATE LOGS says:

    In my book
    William Hague is bottom on the table !

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  25. 41
    AC1 says:

    So this is the story of a man who got married despite being homosexual in order to obtain the highest political office.

    Thank feck all the others failed.

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  26. 43
    Pete says:

    he was indulging in a little bit of Yorkshire tea bagging

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  27. 44
    Firefox User - just passing through says:

    WOW! I dusted off IE and fired it up and now I’m grooving on the all-singing, all-dancing visuals, man. Like FAR OUT!!
    What’s this piece all about then? YAWN.

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      Wow, man – did you get like all those floaty pop-up thingies with the IE?

      I restrict myself to once a century now with IE – the damn rush is too strong with all those viagra ads…

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  28. 45
    Jeremy Thorpe says:

    Could be worse…

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    • 128
      P. Doff says:

      Let me guess… like William the Conqueror?

      Oh I’ve got it now… you were both fucking Normans!

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  29. 47
    Sites like this give bloggers a bad name says:

    Guido blog’s site is a refuge for gay bashers, occupation apologists and racists.

    What a shower of shit.

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  30. 52
    Guillaume says:

    Would any of you English like to share my aircraft carriers?

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  31. 53
    Tim Lovejoy, BBC Legend says:

    I’m Tim Lovejoy and I like cuddling with Chris and Willie.

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  32. 58
    Beware of William Hague says:

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  33. 59
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’ll be in the third toilet on Hampstead Heath at 2am. Bring your fizzy lemonade.

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  34. 61
    sian lloyd is a nympho says:

    I have it on good authority that this is Chris Myers favourite album: http://www.amazon.com/Big-Willie-Style-Will-Smith/dp/B000002C3C

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  35. 62
    WILLYBUM HAGUE says:

    Gordon Brown
    gets right up my butt !

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  36. 64
    News Alert says:

    All 5 Labour leadership candimongs will be on Channel 4 News tomorrow. You can email questions you’d like asked through the programme’s website. I’d like Fat Bott asked if she’s going to apologise for her racist remark that only Afro-Caribbean mothers care about their kids. And ask her how much riiice and peeea she eats every day.

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  37. 65
    Anonymous says:

    We know.
    You know.
    We know you know.
    But can you prove it?
    Does that about sum it up?

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  38. 66
    Gordon Brown says:

    Mummy, when will I get some sploooty?

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  39. 67

    No denial you say? So he should publicly deny ever bit of malicious shit stirring that you decide to come out with? Is this true of every politician? Of every blogger? Or is it just you that’s so far up your own arse about such things?

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    • 82
      Anonymous says:

      Well it’s a very specific point and if it’s not true then why not say so?

      If it is true then Mr Hague is a dead man walking, not because he’s a homosexual but because he’s a liar.

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      • 214
        smoggie says:

        I am reminded of the demise of John Browne from BP. Everyone knew he was a bender, for years, but pushed his luck too far and he when he lied about it, well it was a loss of trust. He had to go. Nobody is indispensible.

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        • 283
          Anonymous says:

          But never mind, he’s now advising the Tories. After cutting back costs in BP to the bone – and we’ve seen how well that’s worked out.

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  40. 71
    Sarah Beard says:

    I haven’t seen my hero, my husband since May 11th. I miss my hero, my husband terribly. But important matters have kept me in Canterbury away from my hero, my husband. I do love my hero, my husband ever so much. I look forward to seeing my hero, my husband on Christmas Day for an hour. I wish I could see my hero, my husband sooner but I have so many things to deal with in Canterbury. I can’t wait to be reunited with my hero, my husband for an hour on Christmas Day. I’ll make the most of it as I’ll have to rush straight back to Canterbury and won’t see my hero, my husband for another six months. It’ll be sheer agony to be away from my hero, my husband for so long. I love my hero, my husband.

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  41. 76
    P. Mandevilson, the Eminence Greasy says:

    That’s my boy !!

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  42. 86
    cholo says:

    No relationship? Must be all about the sex then. Oh, and the use of public money to get a job for your sperm receptacle.

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  43. 88
    sian lloyd is a nympho says:

    what happens on tour, stays on tour

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  44. 90
    Can't remember my moniker says:

    The problem here is that you can’t prove buggery. If it’s in, then you can’t see it and if it’s out, then it’s not in.

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  45. 92
    Anne says:

    This is malicious supposition. Unless you are sure, why try to destroy one of the best Conservative ministers we have?

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  46. 99
    Vomit says:

    Sounds like they’re not being straight.

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  47. 107
    original tory says:

    100

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  48. 114
    master of the pack says:

    Told you twitter was going viral about it.not long now my beauties,down ,down now.

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  49. 119
    Gordon Brown says:

    Give me sploooty up my booty. I wuv it.

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  50. 125
    tanzanite says:

    Being gay isn’t the issue here Sarf.

    The issue is honesty and use of taxpayers money.

    If he’s gay, fine, then why hasn’t he admitted it? And wy use taxpayers money to pay for hotel bedrooms?

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  51. 133
    Ratsniffer says:

    I’m not really bothered who’s sticking a length of wrinkly cyclops the spitting trouser lizard up whoever’s reeking, pile-riddled arse. For every MP sneaking the old mutton missile up the trademen’s entrance there’s another slipping the slimey pink jism snake up someone else’s raddled old wife. Twas always so. But people in positions of high office – especially those pretending to play happy families – run the risk of blackmail, exposure for hypocrisy, or even being outed by militant gays.

    So come on all you politicians in lavender relationships. No one really gives a toss whether you prefer the pink or the brown. But stop living a lie…one of those creepy tabloid snappers with a horse-cock lens will catch you out eventually.

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  52. 136
    Damien McBride says:

    Spank me!

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  53. 137
    Mandy's Toy Boy says:

    On Peter Mandelson’s second resignation William Hague demanded an assurance that Mandelson would never return to government,an emotional Blair gave this assurance.
    Later Brown betrayed Blair’s promise and re-instated Mandelson.Hague memorably mocked the returned Mandy in the “Arch-bishop” speech.
    This bullshit story smells of Mandelson.Fawkes smells of Mandelson.

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  54. 139
    Sir Humphrey says:

    Never believe anything until it has been officially denied.

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  55. 143
    Oirish? Me erse! says:

    This smacks of your previous Lotus Notes ‘triumph’…

    Even if they shared a room, so what?

    Do you really think the Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom is going to risk a gay affair and flirt with a man in front of his other staff?

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  56. 144
    Mandy says:

    Personally, I’d like to see a lot more of willie.

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  57. 152
    Sir Malcome Moneywadd, and the help says:

    hello is that the Hilton?
    Yes. I’d like to book a room for myself and my chauffeur.
    very good sir.
    See how it sounds

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    • 188
      Caz says:

      Quite. Imagine if gordon had done it? – what an outcry there would have been!

      Really bad personal judgement on Hague’s part. And really disappointinhg for those of us who put geat store by his political credentials.

      Really really disappointing!!

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      • 289
        Anonymous says:

        Why the disappointment? Did you just come down with the last drop of rain ? The default position when dealing with a politician is to view them as a lying, venal cheating Hunt ! You’d have to be naive to think otherwise – welcome to reality luv.

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    • 332
      Chutney ferret says:

      Replace Hilton with Travel Lodge and try again.

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  58. 154
    Kunt Watch says:

    Author Amanda Craig calls for two-child limit for ‘the poor’
    looking at her boat her mother should have fucking drowned her at birth.lets fucking get this Hunt.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/booknews/7962125/Author-Amanda-Craig-calls-for-two-child-limit-for-the-poor.html

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  59. 161
    Gordon Brown says:

    Look at me
    I’m a tree
    I’m as happy
    As a tree can be

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  60. 165
    could've been innocent says:

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    NBeale says:

    Guido: This shows you are not partisan but I really don’t think once sharing a room with your driver makes you Gay. There is no suggestion that the taxpayer paid for the room anyway.

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  62. 169
    The Beast of Clerkenwell says:

    Breaking news
    William Hague has crashed his Range Rover into the Highgate branch of Happy snaps whilst under the influence of drugs

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  63. 174
    Caz says:

    Look regardless of whether he’s gay, Hague, as a seasoned politician in the public eye ,has made some very fundamentally stupid moves and decisions here. And it’s disapppointing for those of us who thought Hague would act as one of Cameron’s stalwarts.

    And I’m sorry, but it calls into question the quality of his political judgement.

    Why did he employ (on taxpayers money) this 25year old law graduate, who has no work experience, as a SPad? Why did he choose to share a hotel room with him at a time he should have realised he would be under increased public scrutiny.?

    Just imagine if gordon had shared a hotel room with his driver? What would have been said in the press?

    ‘Bad personal judgement William’ – and that’s the issue!

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  64. 177
    wee logician says:

    Re: the “interestingly worded” denial- notice ‘any “suggestion”‘ is “wholly unfounded”‘. Well, er, yes- that’s rather what a suggestion of something is. In other words, they are saying prove it, rather than that Hague didn’t, never has and doesn’t feel like it anyway.

    Three reasons why it matters: hypocrisy, abuse of power and, in the light of these two, the compromised position of a man whose signature will set the nature of the UK’s relations with countries around the world and especially the EU. Imagine the temptations that could be offered by countries with discreet luxury hideaways and absolute privacy? Unsafe sex, I am afraid.

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  65. 184
    Can't remember my moniker says:

    Oral Sex (or his anagram) is the latest poof, if going to Bungalow 8 at 05:00 consitutes one’s state of sexual preference.

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  66. 191
    LOL says:

    Gays should have had their bums smacked.

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  67. 192
    The Beast of Clerkenwell says:

    When Hague is finaly forced out of the water closet I shall feel sorry for him
    apart from charging me for his catamites I quite like him

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  68. 193
    T.B£iar - the People's Messiah says:

    Q. Why did I entitle my tissue of lies book, ‘The Journey’ ?

    A. Because I took all of you for a ride.

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  69. 195
    Dack Blog says:

    Quote from Bliar on the front of The Indy: ‘The soldiers have died and I, the decision-maker, still live.’

    Could the man sound more pompous. What a total ***t.

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  70. 196
    Anonymous says:

    So which of the Labour party dirty tricks gang (you know who I mean, Eds…) has been feeding this rubbish to Guido?

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  71. 201
    Spank Sinatra says:

    What can one say other than ‘bottoms up’?

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  72. 208
    Anonymous says:

    I thought the EU did all our foreign stuff these day? I have been waiting for a visa to visit the Isle of Man since February.

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  73. 209
    maybe says:

    200

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  74. 211
    Sarf of the River says:

    Where can I get a job as a “professional” arse bandit?

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    • 247
      Caz says:

      You do yourself an injustice.

      Let the brown’s and hague’s do those hidey disgusting things.

      You should be proud to be what you are in your personal life and declare it (they don’t and they aren’t) and then in your working life you should be better than they are.

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  75. 212
    Gonzo says:

    watch yourself Guido the bitches will scratch your eyes out over this one.

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    • 290
      Anonymous says:

      I’m afraid we don’t know the half of it . From Lord Boothby and Tom Driberg being buggered by the Kray twins and procuring rent boys for Oaten like activities in the 60’s up to Hague and his proclivities for young willing males in the present day. They’re all buggering each other and the country is being buggered into the bargain.

      The silence from the MSM on this is nauseating. Hope you get your scalp Guido because I can imagine Coulson’s working overtime trying to keep a lid on this.

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  76. 216
    Censor Watch says:

    Is it me or do I detect posts that were here are no longer here?

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  77. 219
    Caz says:

    And we must all remember that davemilitwit’s hero is publishing ‘ The Gospel according to St Bliar’ in full, tomorrow.

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    • 233
      The Heir to Blair says:

      I’ve got my copy ordered. He’s my hero too.

      Like

      • 239
        Arthur Daley MP says:

        If only he’d take over the leadership of the new, caring, tough on expenses, tough on the causes of expenses, Lib Dem Conservative party,we could be in office for another 13 years.

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      • 242
        labour says:

        dave militwit – the heir to blair

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        • 254
          Blair's mini-me Tony Cameron grovels at the feet of his Hero says:

          Did you ever know that you’re my hero,
          and everything I would like to be?
          I can fly higher than an eagle,
          ’cause you are the wind beneath my wings.

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  78. 221
    f says:

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  79. 227
    cynicalHighlander says:

    Bugger me!

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    Ben "The Stig" Collins says:

    Hauge’s an uphill farmer? Call that a secret? I’ll give you a secret . . .

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  82. 238
    The Beast of Clerkenwell says:

    is the foreign secretary a Catholic?

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  83. 241
    I tie says:

    Beware the ides of September

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  84. 245
    Madame Dale says:

    I’ll send my pet posters over to Guido’s site because he’s made me hopping mad!!

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  85. 249
    albacore says:

    “Those whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad.”
    After peaking early and then ending up in a Conservative Party with no surviving vestige of its Tory roots – and playing second fiddle to Cameron – it’s a wonder he’s not completely gaga.

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  86. 253
    Brokeback Yorkshireman says:

    Ay oop (me arse)

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  87. 256
    Spring says:

    boing

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  88. 257
    Sky News are wankers says:

    So Moaty shot himself. That must come as a big disapointment to all you conspiracy wankers. Your credibility, as far as you had any in the first place, is now at Zero. Wankers !!!

    PS
    SKY news are Wankers as well.

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  89. 260
    match maker says:

    My arse and your face

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  90. 261
    Ban Jizzlam says:

    Who gives a fuck about this? This isn’t important. The real issue is the threat to our country from loony psycho Muzbots who want to kill us. Political correctness is allowing these benefit sponging c-unts to flourish. Cameron should make it a priority to tackle this problem.

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    • 263
      tally ho says:

      I suggest muzzie hunts for the hounds. It would boost the rural economy.

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    • 297
      Peter Carter-Fuck says:

      Well he won’t. He’s a One Nation Conservative Toff who wouldn’t deign to piss on a working class Tory like David Davis if he was on fire. Welcome to the Macmillan Administration MkII.

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      • 306
        albacore says:

        Dave’s Eton and Oxford, descended from royalty
        There’s nobody here that can question his loyalty
        He has all of the answers, the answers that work
        Bow and worship the EU. Stop being a berk

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  91. 264
    SpunkBack Liebore says:

    Don’t you DARE make fun of my Liebore party! Dey make my liddle winkie hard and I go splooot splooot!

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  92. 266
    Can't remember my moniker says:

    The Stig….. Ben Collins or Gordon Brown?

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  93. 271
    ! says:

    Where does Coe stand in the background of all of this?

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  94. 273
    William Hague (that's me in the baseball cap) says:

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  95. 274
    Suspicions says:

    This smear campaign has the foul halitosious stench of Mandy and McSleaze.

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    Can't remember my moniker says:

    Express is now running it:

    http://tinyurl.com/2vdwfpw

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  98. 288
    Tony B Liar says:

    Hello Proles. I’ll be visiting this country for a few hours later today to meet my adoring fans, before jetting back to one of my many villas.

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  99. 293
    Universal Hiss says:

    Why are there a load of twats moaning about this blog?

    It does what it says on the tin.

    It’s the only reason I read it.

    Oh & Mr.Slater’s parrot.

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  100. 296
    Imprison Blair and Brown says:

    Blair says in his book that Brown had “zero emotional intelligence”. And tomorrow we’ll find out that there are 7 days in a week and the alphabet begins with A.

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    • 315
      The Labour Years..Failure;Spite,Hubris and Bankruptcy says:

      We don’t need a book from either Blair orBrown to find out about the last 13 years of the Labour Government it can be summarised as follows;

      Blair: “Look I’m a straightsortaguy and sometimes you have to make decisons that are unpopular and which you know are right even if 90% of your Party and Electorate don’t agree with you. Gordon was an absolute nightmare and obstructed every reform I proposed but if I’d sacked him he would have been PM even sooner than he was AND we would have had the catastrophe even earlier than we did if I hadn’t blocked him”

      Brown ” I saved the World from the Global Banking Crisis which started in America. I should have been PM in 1997.It wasn’t fair I was robbed. John Smith told me I would be his successor. Blair and Mandelson stitched me up and I was determined they wouldn’t get away with it and that I WOULD become PM and worked to that end.It was after all the right thing to do but everybody was against me and failed to support me as PM even the ungrateful electorate who are “bigots”! I told people straight..”I’ve had enough of THIS I’m off…!It’s your loss not mine.If you want me I shall be in Kirkcaldy writing my History of the Global Banking Crisis and my part in it !”

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  101. 298
    Alert for all Brown haters! says:

    TalkSport radio is doing a phone-in right now and inviting listeners to call with their opinions on Brown and Blair! I hope some of you fellow Brown haters will take the opportunity to phone in and expound on what a disgrace McDoom is. They usually get Brown supporters calling and it pisses me off! I might call in a while myself.

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  102. 299
    pp says:

    Can anyone remind me of the sequence of events and denials leading up to Charles Kennedy being revealed as a drunk?

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  103. 304
    LesAbbey says:

    So Guido takes on the Brokeback Coalition. Is the power of his blog enough to take down Hague when Fleet Street doesn’t have the courage? Will the gay community support one of their own rather than say Hague is a liar and cheat?

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  104. 307
    Ian says:

    Guido, Today is 1st September. The Silly Season is now over. Please go after some proper stories.

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  105. 311
    Peter Ian Staker says:

    Who really gives a monkey fuck? I’ve slept in the same bed with men and women, and not had sex with them. Similarly, I’ve had sex with women whom I have never shared a bed with.

    Who cares who sticks what into who? Only people with nothing better to occupy their time, or their two sparking brain cells.

    If he’s being hypocritical about it, thats a different matter, but I haven’t heard him decry homosexuality whilst banging his driver, so please, give it a rest, and do try to concentrate on important relevant matters.

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    • 329
      City of Vice says:

      The point is that Hague’s 25 y.o driver / boyfriend is now being employed as a special adviser to a senior minister of the Crown, the Foreign Secretary no less, at our expense.

      Like

  106. 312
    Anonymous says:

    Perhaps we should be asking the question how a 25 year old with zero life experience can be a “special advisor” to one of our senior political leaders.

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    • 317
      Albi Here says:

      Think we should be asking why these politician’s require all these “special advisors” when they are supposed to be doing the appointed job,if they can’t do the work they are paid for without special help then they are the wrong ones appointed or the job spec requires to be reappriased,paying a number of people to do the same job is totally wrong especially when the taxpayer is paying.

      PS if Bliar is in this country why hasn’t he been arrested for the illegal war in Iraq,instead of every tv channel pushing the liars book.

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      • 327
        City of Vice says:

        Hear, hear! The point you raise always gets my goat.

        If these highly paid, supposedly talented and experienced politicians can’t do the job, then they should piss off and do something else, not contract out their thinking or hire in their mates at public expense.

        If they want advice, that’s what the Civil Service is for.

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  107. 313
    Can't remember my moniker says:

    …. as is the Telegraph:

    http://tinyurl.com/36xhrje

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  108. 322
    Can't remember my moniker says:

    Is it permissible to mention the names Ben Collins and The Stig in the same sentence currently?

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  109. 324
    Log Flume says:

    This puts a whole new slant on “Jobs for the boys”.

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  110. 331
    Gordon Brown says:

    I have seen the front pages of today’s newspapers. I am furious. They’ve gone to get my happy injection. But I need to throw a few Nokias first.

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  111. 333
    jj says:

    It’s not just Willie Hague, didn’t Gordon Brown have some of his rentboys on the payroll also?

    These closet gays love having their hypocritical sex lives financed by the taxpayer.

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  112. 336
    Jonty Pryor says:

    VOTE FOR ED MILIBAND

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    concrete pump says:

    BREAKING NEWS.

    Guido Fawkes, ubiquitous blogger and purveyor of gossip on his ‘Order-Order’ website, was arrested today by 6 heavily armed police.
    As Mr Fawkes was dragged away, he shouted, “you’ve got it all wrong, i think they make a lovely couple”.

    Bail has been set at £40,000.

    Other bloggers have organised a whip round, so far £12.92 has been raised .

    One blogger, who wishes to remain anonymous said, “fuck him, he’s loaded”.

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  115. 342
    Billy Hague says:

    Watching hulk in da barbers GOOD FILM

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  116. 343
    Gordon Brown says:

    Tony Tony Tony Tony Tony Tony Tony Tony Tony Tony Tony Tony Tony Tony Tony Tony!

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  117. 344
    David Laws says:

    Shake shake shake
    Shake shake shake
    Shake your booty
    Shake your booty

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  118. 345
    Fawkesoff says:

    Guido clearly starved of attention! Or perhaps looking for a prominent role at the mirror? There has to be more info than sharing a hotel room? I’ve shared a hotel room many times with men and women out of need! I’m not some kind if sex panther! If Hague has visited old Compton street or a public toilet with an advisor, then you may be on to something…

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  119. 348
    Billy Hague says:

    Sex with my Chris Myers is fantastic, she has a great body,loves Oral and Anal and always swallows

    Cant understand why the Wife hates him

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  120. 349
    Magda Brown says:

    I’ll be in Canterbury for the next 40 years. I’ll miss my hero terribly.

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  121. 352
    Curbishly says:

    Sorry – no more. That’s me finished with you Guido. I’ve supported you for many years now but you are going too far.

    Good luck.

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    How very dare you says:

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  124. 357
    Splooot says:

    For the sake of balance, let’s have the rocking horse photos published.

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  125. 358
    HOMO PHOBE (i just dont like lifters) says:

    IT’S AN UPHILL CLIMB TO MY BOTTOM !

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  126. 359
    Ivan says:

    Please stop making all these homophobic insinuations against William Hague.

    Like

  127. 360
    Gordon Brown says:

    I swallow.

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  128. 362
    concrete pump says:

    I don’t think Ian Dale is your mate any more, Guido.

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  129. 364
    Anonymous says:

    All this smart comment leaves me cold.
    But Guido must have a good reason for releasing this.
    There’s never any smoke without fire.

    Like

  130. 365
    Sir William Waad says:

    Some irrational stuff from Iain Dale:

    http://iaindale.blogspot.com/

    Iain thinks that suggesting that someone is gay is ‘vilification’. I don’t see why. If, like me, you don’t have a problem with two people of the same sex falling in love (or just having a quick frolic) you won’t think it’s ‘vilification’. Presumably that’s Iain Dale’s view. If you think it’s wrong, then the question is whether there’s any evidence for it. Mr Dale points out that two people can share a room without having sex. Yes, it happens all the time, but not when one of them is the Foreign Secretary and his minions can book as many hotel rooms as they wish, knowing that the taxpayer will foot the bill. It’s the context that makes it so unlikely that Hague and Myers didn’t have a little cuddle.

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    • 367
      When you put it that way i sounds,,,,,,,,,,,,fucking terrible.u is fucked man. says:

      We are a government out to save the tax payer money so I will have a double room with a double bed for myself and my driver.

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  131. 366
    HOMO PHOBE (i just dont like lifters) says:

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  132. 368
    It makes the difference says:

    was it a double room with 2 single beds or a double?

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  133. 370
    THE LANCASTRIAN says:

    I wish all you southern jessies would stop ripping the piss out of Yorkshiremen !

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  134. 371
    Father Ted says:

    The whole gay thing… I suppose it’s a bit of a puzzle to us all. It must be fun though. Not the, you know…. the nightclubs and uh, the whole rough and tumble of homosexual activity.

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  135. 372
    THE LANCASTRIAN says:

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  136. 377
    frank Goddard says:

    Grow up Guido,I shared a barrack room for two years with twelve other guys,does that make me what you are trying to suggest about Hague??Some of you lot on this forum could do with two years of that to make you think straight.
    ENGLISH PENSIONER

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  137. 381
    Anonymous says:

    Stop being a dick-head Guido.

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  138. 382
    Stephen Hoffman says:

    Guido plenty of males of the same sex share the same room from time to time this does not make them gay. For example on holiday I have slepped in the same room as a male but i’m not gay. At university in some rooms 2 males sleep in the same room, they however do not sleep in the same bed. Plenty of females also share the same room as other females, yet most are not lesbians.

    Therefore just because Chris Myers slept in the same room as William Hague doesn’t suggest that a sexual liason took place. Therefore why does he need to make a denial about that?

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  139. 383
    Anonymous says:

    I shared a room with my school pals, come to think of it a bed, but never once did my hand (or any thing else) feel tempted to stray. So it could be a non-story. But then again a bit iffy to say the least….

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  140. 385
    Nobby says:

    Hello, i’m gay

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  141. 388
    Ffion Hague says:

    Thank goodness that’s all cleared up. Willie’s going to take him up the Oxo Tower to celebrate.

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    Jimmy says:

    test

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  144. 392
    Sam A says:

    Interesting how I leave a previous comment criticising Guido and this story, which doesn’t make it past moderation, but plenty of homophobic bile seems to. Guido might be playing to the mob, but he’s no Pym.

    Like


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