September 2nd, 2010

Sorry, Mrs Fawkes

Guido is currently on holiday in France at the maison secondaire, last night we had 10 for supper and Mrs Fawkes was not amused with the constant interruptions from the Blackberry, it was for her de ja vu (Prescott’s mistress in 2006 interrupted her holiday). Guido had to explain himself to our guests. The French expect their politicians to be virile and have mistresses so this situation was tres amusant.

Guido is using his Blackberry connection to blog from intermittently and the connection is intermittently crap. On the other hand the set-up Mrs Fawkes has created is as grand as Peter Mandelson…

Am off to the beach now…


  1. 1
    MI7 says:

    wow first in.

  2. 2
    Swamp Creature says:

    ‘How well I remember that midnight when, bruised and battered from a run-in with Gordon, I retired to the sofa room with a bottle of Scotch.

    Flicking desultorily through a jazz mag, who should I see draped languidly across the centrefold but my old flame, Audrey Wise. They don’t make ‘em like Audrey any more. What a trooper. Bangers on her like zeppelins. And such a lady. She was the only bit of Old Labour totty I ever honoured that drew the line at gnawing the ‘nana.

    Phwoar. Bet you don’t get too many of those to the pound. Come and shack up with me, Audrey, you little minx.’

    – T Blair, ‘A Journey’

  3. 3
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Enjoy the holiday Fawkes

  4. 4

    ARGOS do posh tents these days, innit

  5. 5
    Luther Blissett says:

    Could it be that the blog is crap and the connection intermittent?

  6. 6
    Tim Lovejoy says:

    Hi , My names Tim Lovejoy and i am a BBC legend who is not on holiday or a beach .

    Ps More money for the BBC so they can employ top talent like me .

    Ker Ching !!!!!

  7. 7
    Engineer says:

    Think it might be gentlemanly to apologise to Mrs. Hague, too.

  8. 8
    concrete pump says:

    Watch out for those pesky Icelanders and their big harpoons, won’t you.

  9. 9
    Julian Clary says:

    Nobody believes this ridiculous ‘wife’ charade Guido, the constant references to her and the kids? Come on, in all honesty do you expect people to believe thos pink bottomed youths ‘Rich and Mark’ were employed as ‘cartoonists’? Their ‘cartoons’ would seem to indicate otherwise.

  10. 10
    McPoison says:


    Is Mrs Fawkes aware that on occasional business trips you have …er… slept with men? I am told you had gay experiences ala Portillo in your youth.

    Care to comment?

  11. 11
    Mr Splooot says:

    Careful you don’t get mistaken for a beached whale!

  12. 12
    Desperate Dan says:

    Don’t try to shift the blame onto your gormless assistant.

  13. 13
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    I think Guido should reflect and maybe say sorry , But if it was true then he shouldnt , Where is the golden bullet ?

  14. 14
    Desperate Dan says:

    Are you entertaining the father of your children?

  15. 15
    Desperate Dan says:

    Like Gordon Brown, he finds it very difficult to apologise.

  16. 16

    The French are utter hypocrites. The only reason they think their politicians are so pure is because the press there aren’t allowed to report on any indiscretions the aformentioned politicians commit. Hence why they know so little about Carla Bruni’s “colourful” love life. Their politicians are just as bad as ours, if not worse!

    Enjoy the rest of your holiday, Mrs Fawkes.

  17. 17
    Pedantic Pete says:

    I wanted to be the first to comment-11th ain’t bad though

  18. 18
    Unsworth says:

    Some ‘quality time’, eh? Whatever the fuck that might mean.


    As opposed to Quality Street.

  19. 19
    Anonymous says:


  20. 20
    Pedantic Pete says:

    Damn! I lost 6 places as I was writing that shit!

  21. 21
    The not so subtle subtext says:

    Site hits are rocketing up. So all the crying in the world isn’t going to make this story go away.

  22. 22
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Dont scare the other people on the beach

  23. 23
    The Morris Marina a nasty log laid by British Leyland says:

    The BBC have been very interesting today, normally anything to do with homosexuality is given a free pass (ignored) bu tof course it’s a Tory so it’s fair game.

    There have been rumours for years about Bliar and Brown’s alleged homosexuality, yet not a mention on the BBC. Even though t the BBC knew Mandelson was a homosexual no one was allowed to mention it until someone outed him on Newsnight.

    I look forward to the BBC being quite so interested in the next Liebour politician who enjoys the back door entry.

  24. 24
    Willsteed says:

    Go easy on Hague yeah, it is boring, dirty and you just come over as some kind of weirdo zealot.

    Prescott was provenly shagging some bird on his office desk at work with all his staff outside… did you make such a meal of that?

    Relax. What will come out, will come out in time, there is no need to terrorise families.

  25. 25
    Unsworth says:

    Seen their pink bottoms, have we?

  26. 26

    just reminding us that you’re straight as a die yourself eh guido?

  27. 27
    David Wilson says:

    If Guido does not apologise to the Hagues, he will forever be stained with the slur – not the Hagues. Who will believe him again?
    Without an expression of regret, no-one can move on and it will always be an issue that Guido got it wrong and did not withdraw the offending innuendo. Simples.

  28. 28
    smoggie says:

    The Seven Up stats should be interesting this weekend.

  29. 29
    Young Mr Myers says:

    I can make a tent under the bedcovers for Williams pleasure.

  30. 30
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Thats what its all about

  31. 31
    Mr Splooot says:

    This non-story reeks of trying to get attention and thereby boost site hits and ad revenue. It’s worked. Just a shame it was so shabby and stank of tabloid sleaze.

  32. 32
    streamfisher says:

    Careful you don’t spill Guinness over the Louis the X1111’th upholstery.

  33. 33
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    P*kistan players should be charged with fraud , Nice to see the P*kis claiming innocent until proven gulity ……. The irony

  34. 34
    Anonymous says:

    It wasn’t GF who brought up the miscarriage stuff.

    Hague has done himself and his fragrant wife a disservice by bringing it up. Cry me some crocodile tears big boy!

  35. 35
    The Morris Marina a nasty log laid by British Leyland says:

    Actually Guido did make a fuss over the fat twat shagging slappers in work time.

    But when was the last time the BBC mentioned it on air? Whenever the BBC mention John Major or Edwina Curry their relationship is brought up on the BBC (snigger snigger) but fatty Prescott shagging his way through half of Downing Street is not. why?

  36. 36
    MI7 says:

    guido was being breifed by mossad/mi5 who are disapointed with hagues stance towards israel/palestine.

  37. 37
    Posting lines for CCHQ lickspittles says:

    “your judgement is wrong on this one guido”
    “this is disgusting gay bashing”
    “I’m never coming here again”
    [repeat at least 20 times under different monikers]

  38. 38
    Paddypower says:

    What’s the odds on them completing the series?

  39. 39
    Burn Nazi Party says:

    Fuck of u racist Hunt!! How do u think Gower is so rich? He was in with betting scams most of his career when he was captain of England!

  40. 40
    Burn Nazi Party says:

    Fuck off u racist Hunt!! How do u think Gower is so rich? He was in with betting scams most of his career when he was captain of England!

  41. 41
    Sir William Waad says:

    That’s “déjà vu” in Frog.

    When the same pot of mustard keeps appearing on the table, that’s “Dijon Vu”.

  42. 42

    Its worked though.
    That Lexmark no 14 black ink cartridge ad opposite is just what i’m looking for.

  43. 43
    Engineer says:

    Think now most people agree that Guido had a legitimate question to ask over the circumstances surrounding the appointment of a SpAd paid a salary from the public purse, but unfortunately the media storm has been more about the sexual implications that surround that question. To try and quosh rumours about William Hague’s marriage, the FCO release a press statement containing some very personal details about his and Mrs. Hague’s troubles in starting a family. That must have hurt and offended her; she’s completely an innocent bystander in the politcs of this.

    Sure, politics is a dirty business, and political spouses know that, but there are limits. I daresay that Guido has been surprised by the way this story has developed, and would did not set out to offend Mrs Hague, but as a consequence of Guido’s story, that’s what has happened.

    Come on, Guido. Do the decent thing and apologise to Mrs Hague, at least.

  44. 44
    Mark Iliff says:

    Gods you’re a conceited arse, Guido! It’s OK to skip the occasional post – barely 1 in 5 is worth reading anyway, and on this story 0 in 5.

    It’s not OK to be a boor to your guests or an embarrassment to your spouse.

  45. 45
    exhibit A says:

    the spad quit

  46. 46
    Unsworth says:

    Completely O/T but apparently Steven Hawking says that God did not create the Universe.

    See, I knew all along it was that Gordon Brown who did it, so it’s his fault after all.

    He’s got a lot to answer for.

  47. 47
    Sir William Waad says:

    Well, they were wrongly accused of ball-tampering by Darryl ‘Mad March’ Hare a few years ago. I don’t think we can jail people just because some hack fron the News of the Screws says we should.

  48. 48
    do fuck off you pompous twat says:

    apologise for what ?
    not being a pathetic on-message drone like yourself ?
    I doubt he thinks that is anything to be sorry over

  49. 49
    Dick the Prick says:

    Too right. It’s fucking gorgeous here in Yorkshire. Have a gud, un, Guido. Seem to have knocked over a few sandcastles you fat bastard!

  50. 50
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    the 3 accused have been dropped , rest of series to carry on

  51. 51
    Guido 1 Tory Trolls 0 says:

    the spad quit
    you’re full of shit

  52. 52
    Laney says:

    Are you two simple?

  53. 53
    Unsworth says:

    Maybe because Prescott’s chipolata bears no comparison with Major’s saucisson (allegedly).

  54. 54
    MI7 says:

    I think it’s Richard Dawkin who’s said that God didn’t create the universe. Essentialy hwat he’s saying is the universe, consciousness and the 4+ dimensional reality we exist in came into being by accident.

  55. 55
    Sandra says:

    What’s your bedtime reading on holiday? The Bliar book, or the new Chris Mullin diaries (much better) or the latest gay romance title?

  56. 56
    Guido 1 Tory Trolls 0 says:

    Site hits are gonig through the roof.
    I guess you’ll have to cry in vain tory trolls.

  57. 57
    Richard Hetherington says:

    What is Hagues stance on the Isreali/Palestine situation?

  58. 58
    yawn says:

    same post different moniker

  59. 59
    streamfisher says:

    Your confusing the big bang with the great bust, oh! that sounds like something else entirely which Steven can only dream about.

  60. 60
    Anonymous says:

    But if the spad was appointed because William was bumming him then the fact that William was bumming him is relevant.

  61. 61
    JUdo Hague and his Spinning Ringpiece says:

    or sleep with him and pay him £30,000 of taxpayers money

  62. 62
    MI7 says:

    I’m not. There probably was some dodgy stuff going with Hague and his friend just like there is with most poiliticans. MI6 keep a black book with the details of anything untoward involving our politicans use is to keep them inline.

  63. 63
    McBride says:


  64. 64
    Ctesibius says:

    I am frankly amazed by this William Hague story. Yes I heard rumours that the guy was gay but I didn’t believe it and I have heard rumours about most politicians, frankly, at one time or another. EVEN IF HE WAS, this would be a very trivial story and something which was purely between Ffion and William Hague. Even the ‘public interest’ elements of the story – Spads chosen because they are young – is marginal.

    Yet opposite this on the blog every bloody time is a picture of the raving homosexual Mandelson. Sorry to go on about it but the dubious things he has got involved in – Russian aluminium oligarchs, false morgages, resigning twice.

    I’m not sure I could do it withouth slitting my wrists in despair, but perhaps someone could produce a list of all the personal, sexual and homosexual corruption of Labour (and the Lib Dems, let’s not forget Mark Oaten). You would have to include:

    John Prescott and Tracey
    David Blunkett
    The Sith Institute
    Ron Davies and his ‘badger spotting’
    The bloke who photographed himself shagging a prostiture in the Palace of Westminster on Remembrance Day, but was too drunk to remember

    The list goes on. Yet the lefty BBC, who we now know Mark Thompson says was prejudiced against Mrs. Thatcher, seem to let much of that go by (‘boys will be boys’). This Hague story is just a bit of a ‘fail’ but Guido, yet it’s the one thing they’ve picked up on…

  65. 65
    Engineer says:

    If you can’t understand what Guido owes an apology to Ffion Hague for, you need to go away and grow up.

  66. 66
    Michael Portillo says:

    He should apologise to me first.

  67. 67
    concrete pump says:

    Pakistanis here and in Pakistan seem to think the cricket team is guilty, they are aware their own country is completely corrupt.

    The NOTW just printed some colour pictures so that 8 year olds could understand.

  68. 68
    Ronny Wouldnt says:

    The stench of tabloid sleaze as u call it, isn’t as bad as the stink coming from Hagues dirty dick after being up his Special Advisors ass!!!

  69. 69
    Anonymous says:

    Might have been a bit different if the bird was 24 at the time.

  70. 70
    barefootcontessa says:

    Not a very grand Louis 15th chair Guido! In fact tres ordinaire! On your money you could do better. Perhaps your stories would be more up to date if finished your very long holiday and came back into the real world.

  71. 71
    £30,000 ? £40,000 ? £50,000 ? £60,000 ? says:

    how much is the taxpayer paying for this young unqualified Spad to sleep in bedrooms with Hague ?

  72. 72
    Sid James says:

    Don’t forget to get your pole up & leave your flaps open.

    Yak Yak Yak!

  73. 73
    MI7 says:

    is that really you mcbride?

  74. 74
    barefootcontessa says:

    Very possibly M17.

  75. 75
    Spin away, we're not buying it says:

    the so called “Ffion” rubbish is CCHQ public relations diversion bullshit only a fool couldn’t spot a mile off
    which is why you are so happy to spin it so foolishly
    nobody forced Hague to bring her into it
    try again

  76. 76
    streamfisher says:

    Ball-tampering seems to everywhere at the moment.

  77. 77
    Rish says:

    It’s common knowledge that the Captain in cricket is a betting scam insider

  78. 78
    barefootcontessa says:

    Corruption has invaded all sports including the great god football.

  79. 79
    Justin Fashanu says:

    Do you dribble before you shoot?

  80. 80
    barefootcontessa says:

    He’ll be twittering soon, telling us he’s put his toe into the Med!

  81. 81
    Hagues actions are his responsibility says:

    Has Hague apologised to her for sharing a bedroom with his young spad so many times ?

  82. 82
    McBride says:


  83. 83
    Ander Pants says:

    Obviously, Hague’s reaction indicates that there is more to the story than has been revealed. Any reporter worth his salt will get to the bottom of this. This is a case of “the Minister doth protest too much”. Why was there a need for the Special Adviser to resign simply because of rumours about his employers sexuality? Why didn’t Hague simply threaten to issue slander/libel proceedings? If he is gay, why is Hague compelled to give the illusion of a happily married man? Is being gay considered unsavoury in modern politics? Was public money used to employ the Special Adviser, if indeed his only qualification was that he was Hague’s lover? We await these answers.

  84. 84
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    The politicians in france are a hell of a lot worse.

    I’m under the impression that the french word for “nepotism” has positive connotations, not negative.
    A story where a politician gives a close friend a plum job, would not be a story at all.

  85. 85
    barefootcontessa says:

    Ed Balls stirs it. Poor Balls and Cooper, not.

  86. 86
    barefootcontessa says:

    Where was the lovely Ffion during the election?

  87. 87
    concrete pump says:

    Dawkins is a twat. Everyone knows the universe was created by a big bearded dude, floating on a cloud, who likes to cause trouble, did it all in 6 days too.

    Perrraise him!

  88. 88
    Hunch Back says:

    Gaido Fawkes, the Mrs is just a cover for your insatiable appetite for pork sausages and brown sauce. Nanananana!

  89. 89

    spad gone bye bye!!

  90. 90
    A.Banditio says:

    Hagues stance is…being bent over

  91. 91
    barefootcontessa says:

    John Prescott won’t be attacking Hague, that’s for sure!

  92. 92
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    lucky bastard.

    Its still hot in the south of france and all the french ants are back in their nest.
    Beaches that were full a week ago will be empty.

    (a nod to Edith Cresson there).

  93. 93
    who's fault ? says:

    Why did the Spad quit and not Hague ?

  94. 94
    Ctesibius says:

    Less than in two bedrooms, dumbo, and a complete pittance compared to Derry Irving’s wallpaper and the billions upon billions wasted by Labour.

  95. 95
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    you never know. Depending on the outcome of all this he could guffah and proclaim:

    “all this trouble and he didn’t even get his end away.

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    Disgusted says:

    Tell you what, Guido, Walk out into the waves and just keep walking would you? There’s a good chap

  97. 97
    barefootcontessa says:

    My derogatory comment about Guido’s crappy Louis XV chair has been moderated. Somebody must be feeling over sensitive?! His horribly stiff red roses are awful too. Where are the lovely flowers of Provence?

  98. 98
    Thomas Knyvet says:

    Following the Guido Fawkes method, the majority of men in the world are gay. Are you going to go through the entire cabinet? I’d be amazed if there’s a man amongst them who hasn’t at some time shared sleeping accommodation with another man.

    Once you’ve done that, you could start on the forces. I understand they often share tents and barracks.

  99. 99
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    try google. today’s news. perhaps better with a ph in his name.

  100. 100
    Rod Hull says:

    Go on Son!!

  101. 101

    Conspiracy theory central:Tinfoil and coat hangers section says

    1} Well he’s a Northerner. Northern and Tory? Bound to be an iron isn’t he.
    2} He’s a bald man who wears a baseball cap. A baseball cap like George Micheal Enough said.
    3} He shared a room with a man. Well, I mean what more proof do you need?
    4} He’s married. Dead giveaway..
    5} The Tory conference is in Brighton, Pink city.
    6} If you look really carefully at the photo of William and Myers there is a shadowy man behind them with a grassy knob.
    7} His bald head, sometimes called a smoothie. And who drinks smoothies? Gayers.
    8} The real story is why is Moesad funding homosexual men? its all a conspiracy..The mafia is involved..Gay Mafia no doubt!

  102. 102
    Swamp Creature says:

    I never said that. I said TORY big bang.

    – God

  103. 103

    Ed Balls coming up on Radio 2 to talk about his leadership bid.
    He might appreciate receiving some calls from listeners.

  104. 104
    concrete pump says:

    If you’re so fucking bothered, why don’t you send Fawkes an E mail instead of showing everyone on this thread just how terribly fucking disgusted you are.

    Are you in competition with other sadsacks to see who can be mote ‘upset’.


  105. 105
    It doesn't add up... says:

    I guess the cap fits…

  106. 106
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    It must still be silly season

  107. 107
    Full Coverage says:

    every Newspaper and News Bulletin in the country is covering it

  108. 108
    Anna R says:

    Collateral Damage –

  109. 109
    Hague's Ringpiece Spinners says:

    Hague slept in the bedroom with his young spad several times to make sure he didn’t steal his hat. Or get it brown.

  110. 110

    “I say to you get wisdom: and with all thy getting, get decent spin”.

    Like Tony.

  111. 111
    bofl says:

    as the issue here is wasting tax payers money-

    why are there still 400+ criminals sitting in a safe house, formerly known as the ‘house of commons’, that have stolen £millions yet they are still seemingly above the law?

    why have they not yet been arrested and charged with fraud?

    couldn’t be that the politicos,judges,police etc are all in it together?

    pretending to ‘serve’ us while helping themselves to vast amounts of free dosh?

    shamabala at last.

  112. 112
    Jimmy Saville says:

    As it ‘appens, the UK’s centres of power, guys and gals are:

    1. BBC

    2. Church of England / Roman Catholic church

    3. Westminster

    4. Royal courtiers

    Now then, now then, what do they all have in common?

    Goodness gracious, How’s about that then!

  113. 113
    streamfisher says:

    O.K. pond life.

  114. 114

    All earn quite a bit?
    All in protected jobs?

  115. 115
    Spook says:

    Don’t worry, we’re not so easily fooled.

  116. 116
    Anonymous says:

    Concrete Chump both Dawkings and Hawking are of the belief that something came out of nothing. THAT I find hard to believe.

  117. 117
    Bonobo says:

    My thoughts exactly.

    Mrs Beardy Fawkes.

  118. 118
    Anonymous says:

    Carla has no tits

  119. 119
    concrete pump says:

    Good for you.

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    Anonymous says:

    As I recall Irving’s wallpaper was for a state owned building. Irving is gone, the building is still there, as is the wallpaper and it will remain there for many decades.

    Hardly the same thing as having the taxpayer fund your catamite.

  121. 121
    streamfisher says:

    Jim has fixed it.

  122. 122
    Disgusted2 says:

    I’m more disgusted than he is! I’m *really* *really* disgusted, so stick that up your jacksy!

  123. 123
    Anonymous says:

    Any reports yet of the Foreign Office and how it is coping with the loss of young Master Myers?

  124. 124
    No I'm Spartacus! says:

    I am Spartacus

  125. 125
    Bonobo says:

    Where was the builder’s yard?

  126. 126
    bumsniffer says:

    sniff sniff sniff…………..

  127. 127
    Anonymous says:

    It’s a pattern of behaviour over at least twenty years though isn’t it?

    All the while presenting another face to the world.

  128. 128
    Adam Brace says:

    Happy now you malicious prick

  129. 129
    Sir William Waad says:

    Hawking is too wise to say such a thing. He said (I won’t attempt the accent) that he didn’t believe that God created the Universe. He understands the difference between science and fundamental beliefs.

    From a scientific point of view ‘God created the Universe’ is a non-explanation, since it is not something we could test and doesn’t explain the matter in terms of something else that we already know. From a philosophical or religious point of view, however, it’s unsatisfactory just to say “we don’t know why the universe goes to all the trouble of existing, or why it is just right to give rise to what we flatter ourselves is ‘intelligent life’, we just dunno”.

    Hence people such as Dr Dawkins attempt to found a belief system on not having any beliefs, which is ingenious but futile.

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    2 Para Soldier says:

    1. Sweeping statement without basis.
    2. I am bald and wear a baseball cap (medical advice to protect from skin cancer). I am not gay.
    3. I agree a bit odd and an error of judgment.
    4. I am married and have been for 30+ years. My wife suffered a miscarriage. I am not gay.
    5. Brighton may be a so-called gay city but I would not describe Norman Tebbit or Ken Clarke as gay.
    6. Irrelevant.
    7. Irrelevant.
    8. Lunacy.

  131. 131
    concrete pump says:

    He’s on a beach in France, probably sucking a corona and topping up his sunburn, so of course he’s fucking happy.

    Do you think he’s checking his Blackberry every 5 minutes to see if people like you are still posting how horrified they are?

    Now zip up your mongpants and do one.

  132. 132
    Student says:

    Spreads rumours, stirs sh*t, causes trouble, puts a married couple through hell, then sods off to the beach…

    And to think you took the moral high ground over Damien McBride, Guido.

    You’re just as bad as he is.

  133. 133
    concrete pump says:

    Learn how to punctuate, you fucking spastic.

  134. 134
    Deep Muff Diver says:

    Um, ‘cos he did fuck all wrong. Why don’t you quit you Hunt.

  135. 135
    Dick Scratcher says:

    As those great philosophers, The Angelic Upstarts one wrote :

    “Fucking students. Fuck off.”

  136. 136
    concrete pump says:

    Still here i see.

  137. 137
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    I thought he was actually saying “buy my book”

  138. 138
    Student says:

    Enlightening stuff there, Dick Scratcher.

  139. 139
    Rita says:

    Shouldn’t you have an exclamation mark at the end of that response? knobjockey

  140. 140
    Toilet Papers says:

    Wow! You can’t speculate on things like that, it could undermine the British way of life! Those that have and are can do anything regardless, while the rest of us are force to pay any price demanded regardless of responsibilities!
    Fuck ‘em all, on second thoughts many of them may well like the experience!!

  141. 141
    Curio says:

    Anyway of knowing how many hits these articles are getting?

  142. 142
    Gordon Brown says:


  143. 143
    Puppet master says:

    CCHQ was on the phone i told them cash upfront or fuck off.

    Hence the poor quality of trolling the past few days.

  144. 144
    Albi Here says:

    As a student surely you read Guido’s headline banner, you know the one at the top.

  145. 145
    concrete pump says:

    Shouldn’t you have a full stop at the end of knobjockey?

    You knobjockey!

  146. 146
    Mr Splooot says:

    Let’s have some proper sober journalism here. Show us a photo of Emily Nomates’s tits.

  147. 147
    Archer Karcher says:

    LOL, the hate filled, “tolerant” pedant, just got you CP. Jeez, I guess the anger management classes, are not having the desired effect.

  148. 148
    John Prescott says:

    155,000,000 chicken tikka masalas please. And for my main, 230,654,127 Big Macs.

  149. 149
    Dick Robinson says:

    After the Ashcroft fiasco, not standing up to the EU in the way that he said he would and now this, I think Hague is pretty much finished as a serious politician.

    He may stay as Foreign Secretary for the foreseeable, but I don’t see him having any influence on anything. He’ll just be kept around like Prescott was by Blair to placate the grass roots.

  150. 150
    Seymour Clearly says:

    I expect mr Hague is having a worse week if that is any consolation.

  151. 151
    Spank Sinatra says:

    Looks like you can’t even get that bit right!

  152. 152
    Dick Robinson says:

    Yes, resigning over “false” allegations never looks good and only invites more scrutiny.

  153. 153
    Rita says:

    Ah,you’ve found the exclamation mark I see, you pedantic borehole!

  154. 154
    Anonymous says:

    Sorry, sir, we’re sold out. Mr Pickles was in for breakfast.

  155. 155
    Barsacq says:

    “The French expect their politicians to be virile and have mistresses”.
    Not if their names are Jack Lang or Bertrand Delanoë. The French basically couldn’t give a shit who or what their politicians are shagging.

  156. 156
    jgm2 says:

    A reporter? Worth his salt? In the UK?

    You’re having a laugh incha?

    Blair states in his book that he warned Brown in 2005 that the economy was boiling over and Brown responded by cutting interest rates to buy the election. Why aren’t these reporters camped outside Brown’s house asking him why he fucked the economy up just to spite Blair and buy an election?

    Why aren’t they outside Blair’s house(es) asking him why he didn’t just sack the economy wrecking lunatic when it became obvious he was insane?

    Folk are speculating Hague is emphasising the personal and wifely distress at the ‘gay’ angle to repudiating the stories in order to avoid the trickier ‘why hire this fucker at all’ angle. What about the Brown ‘wipe that fucking Blair off the headlines before anybody starts asking difficult questions’ angle.

    Just saying.

  157. 157
    Facts says:

    I imagine the majority of new readers who’ve come to the site as a result of this story will see the mainly racist, homophobic and misogynistic comments and then quickly depart.

  158. 158
    World's Smallest Violin says:

  159. 159
    concrete pump says:

    you’re right. I’m an idiot and a borehole.

  160. 160
    Spank Sinatra says:

    Enjoy your student loan debt ridden future together with your whiny little postings as regards morals.

  161. 161
    Engineer says:

    Two men share a twin hotel room. Not so long ago, a very regular occurence with travelling sports teams. Does it automatically mean that if two men sleep in the same room, something of a sexual nature must happen?

    You’re adding two and two together an making fourty-seven, and you know it.

    Should Hague have shared a hotel room with an aide? Probably not, but as errors of judgement go, it’s pretty trivial.

    Why did Hague appoint said aide to a post as a SpAd in the FCO, when better candidates were apparently available? That question hasn’t really been answered, and as errors of judgement go, this one is a bit bigger, but still not really earth-shattering.

    As to all the sexual innuendo, it’s just that – innuendo, and it says far more about the people spreading it than about Hagues Mr or Mrs, or Mr Myers.

  162. 162
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Its just not cricket is it ?

  163. 163
    Racists, homophobes and misogynists says:

    There’s a lot of us about.

  164. 164
    concrete pump says:

    How do u know most new readers aren’t racist, homophobic and misogynistic themselves?

    I’m only here to spout Homophobic comments

  165. 165
    Tony Blair says:

    I have written a very clever book that reads as a ‘confessional’ but actually shows that I was right all the time, unlike that lunkhead Brown who got me deposed as Leader (serves him re he lost, yah yah yah!). I got the idea of a self-exculpatory confessional from J-J Rousseau and it, you know, worked big time for him as he’s still such a hero on the Left. And I feel SO sorry for those poor Iraqis. I never thought that, if I started a war, people would get killed!

    Any, please buy my book as it’s all going to charity!


  166. 166
    On a sidenote says:

    Is Engineer about?

    Does anyone know if anywhere in the UK sells Aluminum hard hats?


  167. 167
    No need to do anything drastic to prove your straight says:


  168. 168
    Albi Here says:

    Racist, homophobic and misogynistic,oh dear,get a life and stop trying to use big words,if you don’t like this blog no problem go elsewhere,if new people don’t like it well that’s life,they can go elsewhere,wouldn’t want to upset those little LibCon ideals now would we.

  169. 169
    Archer Karcher says:

    The Spad was thrown under the bus for “the greater good”.

  170. 170
    concrete pump says:

    Haven’t found the gap you’re supposed to leave after the comma though, have you?

    Your post at 140, wasn’t pedantic at all, was it?

  171. 171
    Archer Karcher says:

    Very accurate summation too, may I add.

  172. 172
    General McBrayer says:

    Not everyone here is some kind of -ist, i for one believe our gays are precious and should be protected.

    <iframe frameborder="no" width="480" height="270"

    No one must dare criticise a gay or expose them to any negativity, they are worth too mcuh.

  173. 173
    General McBrayer says:

    Bugger…er…I mean oopps

    try this linky instead,14158/

  174. 174
    concrete pump says:

    And sockpuppet, badly.

  175. 175
    Judo Vague reading Wrestle Mania magazine says:

    BY ‘eck It’s getting stiff again, wheres Chris?

  176. 176
    Albi Here says:

    Some on Ebay but the import postage is half the price of the hat

  177. 177

    TAT knows where to get tinfoil ones.

  178. 178
    Mr. Hackingcough says:

    You’re correct, but it’s helping the Andy Coulson story go away.

  179. 179
    Archer Karcher says:

    Forget it Quango, the Beeb will filter out any articulate and troublesome questioners. Only the tribal ZaNu and dim as fuck, will have an opportunity to test Ed Testes.

  180. 180
    uh oh... another one says:

    You are the wanker. You are obviously thick too and wouldn’t understand why.

    If I were you I would keep quiet!

  181. 181
    jgm2 says:

    I’m beginning to think this could all blow over in favour of Hague in a similar way to the way Brown ended up getting sympathy over his slap-dash, ‘spontaneous’, badly spelled letters of condolence to war widows.

    A lot of folk out there have had problems with conception and miscarriage and will sympathise. A lot of folk have shared rooms on business trips with people of the same sex and will wonder what all the fuss is about.

    Unless or until somebody comes forward and states that they have had a gay relationship with Hague then I think public sympathy will come down very firmly on Hague’s side. And if the Tories can insinuate that the rumours were started by say, oooooh, some Labour nogoodnik with past form then the public will side very firmly with the Tories.

    I know the ‘real’ story is supposed to be ‘why is Hague hiring such relatively inexperienced people’ but that message has been lost.

  182. 182
    Gordon Brown says:

    Today I shall be on Hampstead Heath around 3pm. See you in the bushes.

  183. 183
    Pope's UK visit to cost up to £12m says:

    I thought it was that precious twat Dale.

  184. 184
    Conspiracy Theorist says:

    What experience did Sarah Schaefer and Madlin Sadler have before D. Miliband appointed them as his Spads? And was nepotism involved?

  185. 185
    Can't remember my moniker says:

    How is it maad?

  186. 186
    David Miniblandblair says:

    Only after you’ve removed your from Balls and co.

    Silly troll.

  187. 187
    Bullingdon Dave and his Bullying Right Hand Man says:

    Fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap.


  188. 188
    Pedantic Pete says:

    That weren’t my fault,comments were comin in too quick

  189. 189
    Engineer says:

    I’ve no idea, but I’d be faintly surprised if anybody did. Most of the (construction industry type) hard hats that I’ve met were made of a sort of hard plastic. No idea about military type helmets, or the motorcycle types.

    Aluminium would be an odd choice, I think. It’s quite a soft metal, though there are hundreds of aluminium alloys, some of which might serve. On a hot day, a metal hat would probably cook your head quite quickly, though.

    Erm – if it’s not a rude question, why do you need to know?

  190. 190
    Can't remember my moniker says:

    Hawking, Dawkins or both?

  191. 191
    Archer Karcher says:

    All packed to the gills with the gay mafia.

  192. 192
    ooh err, not anonymous says:

    With words like that I humbly suggest you usually infest the Grauniad’s shit fest of arseholes otherwise known as cif. A collective of public teat suckers if you will. The game is up sunshine.

    You sound like a rather pathetic limp wristed socialist too.

    Fuck off.

  193. 193
    Anonymous says:

    But Science itself still leads to a dead end as it cannot explain how something came out of nothing. It cannot replicate such a process and in the end it has the same difficulty as religions have when faced with the question but where did “God” come from. Some of Sciences current theories on multi dimensional universes etc are Just as crazy and incomprehensible as the doctrine of the Trinity perhaps even more so. Of course folk like Concrete Chump cant be expected to look at these things to deeply, he just believes whatever he hears on the Discovery Channel.

  194. 194

    Do you really think Sir Alex Ferguson, a millionaire “sports team” member shares a room with the coach driver when Man Utd play in Europe?

    So why does our millionaire Foreign Secretary think he should?

    I can really see the Kremlin or Mossad saying “how prudent, he is saving £49.89 on the hotel bill”

    Go back to the cold war. This kind of stuff cost the lives of our servicemen and decimated British industry as Cambridge educated MI5 poofs handed over what ever they could lay their hands on to Soviets in exchange for not exposing their little “pecadillos” to their bosses or the newspapers.

  195. 195
    Ffyon says:

    Washing Hague’s underpants

  196. 196
    Trolls Ahoy! says:

    The sad sum of your dull and red faced posts makes you either..

    A dribbling loon


    a Labour drone

    possibly both.

  197. 197
    Anonymous says:

    The Builders yard would be presumably the region that the big bang universe banged or expanded into. But Science tells us that such a region region didnt exist. We are told we just have to accept this as they cant explain it. And I thought it was just the church had the monoply of avoiding the nitty gritty.

  198. 198
    Senior FO Official, age 25 says:

    Complete meltdown, report on Turkey’s admission into the EU stalled. Aid programme to China and India faltering. Luckily, investment in sub Saharan Africa on track and millionaire despot dictators still getting paid. Afghan drug warlord money is still awaiting final confirmation from UN / EU.

  199. 199
    Mr Slater's Parrot says:


  200. 200
    Gordon Ramsey says:

    The only thing Prescott attacks these days is massive lunch…on Lords expenses that is

  201. 201
    Anonymous says:

    The “Big Bust” is the end result of Gordon Browns Potemkim Economy which he spent 13 years putting together.

  202. 202
    Engineer says:

    Probably a bit of a mistake trying to get an answer to the “appointment of SpAd” question by linking it to sexual innuendo. Given the way the media, and a lot of minds, work, it was the latter that became the story. If Hague has been putting up with, and ignoring, whispers about his sexuality for years, as has been suggested, this episode may have prompted him to nail the speculation once and for all.

    Can’t really say I blame him. Years ago, when I was single and had been unattached for some time, some malicious work “colleagues” tried something similar on me, to try and professionally discredit me. It didn’t work, and cost one of them his job in the end, but being the subject of behind-the-back whispering and rumour for several months until I found out what was going on was absolutely vile. Hence my sympathy now for Hague.

  203. 203
    Archer Karcher says:

    Still coming back Student? How many times is it now you have said you are never posting here again? Fucking liar, hypocrite too.

  204. 204
    Desperate Dan says:

    In an article in The Guardian on Saturday 10 ay 2008, David Hencke starts off:
    “Gordon Brown’s spending bill on special advisers has reached a record £6.3m, a rise of £400,000 since last July and up more than 40% since 2005……..”

    What is the Tory current spending?

  205. 205
    Mark Oaten says:


  206. 206
    Bob S says:

    First up today, Guido’s daily papers round-up blog.

    Now, Guido’s travel blog.

    I used to like the political insight and scandal-exposing – but I suppose all good things must come to an end…

  207. 207
    Fffffffffion says:

    My husband, my cock!

  208. 208
    Disgusted of Thrace says:


  209. 209
    Archer Karcher says:

    The CCHQ gay lifers and anti breeders have been a real disapointment, almost as tedious as the old ZaNu self rightious, self flaggelating prigs, but with less humour.

  210. 210
    touchy pali says:

    Nice to see a proper post instead of all the liebour Listers slumming it on here !.

  211. 211
    smoggie says:

    You are such a bunch of grammarphobes and punctuationists! I’ve been a regular reader of this blog for 18 years but I think I’ll never darken its doors again.

  212. 212
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    This spad wont get 30k proberly a months wages , Compare thatvwith Gordon who left 4.8 trillion debt kinda puts it in perspective ?

  213. 213
    Alan Partridge says:

    Would you like me to lap dance for you?

  214. 214
    Archer Karcher says:

    How did this ( 148 ) get here? Weird mais non?

  215. 215
    I R Baboon says:

    I’m so shocked I’ve emailed all my friends with the url of this site so that they can see how shocking it is too.

  216. 216
    John Inman says:

    The gay mafia DO wear some lovely suits though.

  217. 217
    concrete pump says:

    Did you read the top of Bill’s post;

    Conspiracy theory central:Tinfoil and coat hangers section says;


  218. 218
    jgm2 says:…

    ‘Tony Blair: We should have addressed deficit in 2005′.

  219. 219
    Ed Balls says:

    Fuck off you right wing turd,Guido

  220. 220

    Maybe cos he’s a chicken.

  221. 221
  222. 222
    Zoologist says:

    Have they seen your pink bottom too, Mr Baboon?

  223. 223
    Anonymous says:

    I heard he was polishing his helmet.

  224. 224
    Archer Karcher says:

    Except the grass roots have seen through him.
    Unlike Lard Prescott’s dimwit socialist grass roots, the Tory grass roots are rather more educated and insightful.
    Judging by the low level trolls sent here to defend his “honour” who in the main are not even tory, Hague’s supporters are pretty thin on the ground these days. A rat has been smelled and he is on borrowed time. Shame, if he had been honest and stuck to his original principles, who knows, he might even have succeeded lefty Camerhoon one day.

  225. 225
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    The sexual element is required to make it float as a “nepotism” story.

    And would have worked just as well whatever the sexuality.

  226. 226
    Anonymous says:

    Coke snorting bum boys?

  227. 227
    Rita says:

    Isn’t there supposed to be a comma after “years”? Haha!
    I’m only messing around ‘cos I’m bored.
    Concrete pump started it with his/her comment at 134.They were being grammar Nazi, but they made an error also, I merely pointed it out.They made another one ar 2.08, it’s called a space, not a gap.

  228. 228
    concrete pump says:

    My post @ 134 was a reply to a pedant earlier up the thread, but somehow it got dumped here in it’s own box.

    Fuckin’ mod.

    Funny post btw.

  229. 229
    Julian & his friend Sandy says:

    You go too far!

  230. 230
    Paul Mason says:

    Do you mean Emily off Newsnight?

  231. 231
    Archer Karcher says:

    The wankers cant help themselves, why on earth do the cretins bother? The harder they try, the more stupid they make themselves look and just what is their average mental age? Jesus wept.

  232. 232
    concrete pump says:

    See 232.

  233. 233
    Casper says:

    Sorry Guido but you’ve plumbed pretty low depths with this one. I normally find your habit of making a mountain out of a molehill amusing and am suitably impressed when you draw seemingly obvious conclusions from fractured pieces of media tat but on this one, you’re wrong. Not because I fervently believe Hague to be heterosexual and happily married but because you have created something out of nothing simply for your own pleasure and popularity. It is needlessly damaging and cruel and you are a lesser blogger because of it.

  234. 234
    Archer Karcher says:

    That’s a tough call, the drone is maxing out as it is. Any more pressure on Anonymongs “brain” may well be fatal.

  235. 235
    Engineer says:

    Anybody watch Bliar’s interview with Marr last night?

    I did; can’t say I was impressed. I don’t think Bliar once said, or even implied, that the point of gaining power is to govern for the good of the country.

    He did admit that the hunting ban was a mistake (seem to remember a lot of people telling him that at the time). He did bang on about how much better the country was for his reforms (without giving any examples), and his regrets over Iraq.

    I shall not be buying the book.

  236. 236
    Sarf of the River says:

    Why didn’t they then? Too busy fighting each other I suspect. I hope Blair and Brown die a painful death and soon.

    Where is my fucking refund?

  237. 237
    Biffo says:

    For what? For pointing out William Hague’s lack of judgement?
    It wasn’t Guido who brought up all the stuff about the miscarriages. That was William Hague going for the sympathy vote to ensure that he will keep his job – no matter who else loses theirs. Any apologies due should be from William Hague – to his missus for being a t*** & to the taxpayers for being a troughing t*** & wanting a third SpAd at their expense.

  238. 238
    Concrete Dump says:

    Buy some shoes you tramp.

  239. 239
    Desperate Dan says:

    There’s been a coup. The Labour Party has taken over BBC Radio 5.

  240. 240
    Engineer says:

    So such things are available. I’m faintly surprised.

  241. 241
    Anonymous says:

    If Hague doesn’t sue he’s toast.

    If Hague does sue he’s toast.

  242. 242
    G.Michael says:

    Wash your dick this time!!

  243. 243
    Anonymous says:

    Succeeded Camerhoon? Thank Christ he won’t be in a position to now. He’s more of an EU and muzzi lover than even the far left of lefty twats at the Guardian are.

  244. 244
    OiOi says:

    Just came from the Daily Mail piece about this.The comments are most surprising, a lot of people over there appear to be under the impression that Hauge is a good honest Tory, who puts Country and Britons first?

    Wonder why Hague didn’t shout a bit louder during the run up to the election about his passionate wish to hand out 100 Million new EU passports to those living in Turkey and the western balkans.

    Tory? More like The monster raving loony party.

  245. 245
    Engineer says:

    Is it still justifiable is there is no sexual element?

  246. 246
    Archer Karcher says:

    The French are neither to be imitated or applauded. They are however, to be reminded.

  247. 247
    Engineer says:

    That happened in about 1950.

  248. 248
    Archer Karcher says:

    Facts, try your fascist dog whistle elsewhere. Simply will not wash here.

  249. 249
    streamfisher says:

    Hmm, lets not forget Tony made sure he had 24/7security in place before he left office at a cost the state of £1 million a year ongoing, the hire of the shredding machine just before he left number ten was only about £300 quid claimed for on expenses of course, money well spent?

  250. 250
    Engineer says:

    Well – slight modification – Radio 5 wasn’t about then, but the BBC was.

  251. 251
    jgm2 says:

    Perhaps some FOI requests regarding correspondence between (say) Blair and Brown and the treasury at this time might highlight some internal Treasury memos that Gordon chose to ignore.

    A job for a ‘reporter’ I feel. If we had one worth the name in the UK.

  252. 252
    Iain Dale says:

    Only if you wear that rather fetching black lace up leather posing pouch.

  253. 253
    sockpuppet #4 says:


    But it would be a rather dull story of croneyism and jobs for political friends.

  254. 254
    Fffffffootball says:

    It’s only the great god to those brain dead enough to let it.

  255. 255
    jgm2 says:

    Dunno. John Major sued some paper or other over stories he was shagging his cleaner and put them out of business. Did him no harm. Once Edwina broke cover it was too late to harm his political career.

    I reckon Billy will go for broke if any mainstream paper or blogger (with any seizable assets) suggests he’s telling anything other than the truth in his statement.

    It’s a full-on challenge from Hague. I think the papers will draw their horns.

  256. 256
    Ed Balls. says:

    Croneyism, fake SPADS and jobs for political friends you say? While a safe seat is organised with a bonus pay-off from your tax-payer sponsored pretend job you say?


  257. 257
    Andy Coulson says:

    My secret?…

  258. 258
    Andy Coulson says:

    I’ll remind you of those words after the tabloids do their bit over the weekend……

  259. 259
    Another Engineer says:

    What are you trying to protect your head from?

    Polycarbonate is probably better for impacts.

    If you want to block the mind control wavelengths, you can use wire mesh inside a normal hat. Microwaves only go down to about 1cm so a mesh with a smaller hole size than that would be fine. Radio waves are even longer.

    If you want to block x-rays, then I think you’ll need something heavier…

  260. 260
    Juan Sheet says:

    Do fuck off Engineer. You sound like someone’s embarrassing dad.

  261. 261
    I R Baboon says:

    I R wearing pants

  262. 262
    Engineer says:

    Pointing out Hague’s lack of judgement in appointing Myers as a SpAd – fair enough.

    Using sexual innuendo to draw attention to the story – out of order on the basis of the published “evidence”.

  263. 263
    Student says:

    I’ve said I was off (home) on one occasion – never actually declared I’d never be coming back.

  264. 264
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    hahaha ha ha. I’d forgotten that.

    “I am not having an affair with THAT woman”

  265. 265
    jgm2 says:

    Yep. Worked though. And Hague hasn’t settled for the ‘THAT man’ form of wording in his statement. He’s categorically denied EVER having had a gay relationship with ANYBODY.

    That’s a bold gamble if it’s not 100% true.

  266. 266
    It started in America says:

    It wasn’t meant for anybody in the UK It’s intended audience is in the USA.The fact that Bliar is also donating his advance/royalties to British Legion is also a load of bowcocks ! The man makes cash from personal appearances/lectures in the states not here This will do his earning power no end of good in America …”A True Friend of America and a Patriot,Ladies and Gentlemen…The Rt Hon Tony Blair!”

  267. 267
    carovil says:

    Obviously, Hague’s reaction indicates that there is more to the story than has been revealed. Any reporter worth his salt will get to the bottom of this. This is a case of “the Minister doth protest too much”. Why was there a need for the Special Adviser to resign simply because of rumours about his employers sexuality?
    You’re right mate.

  268. 268
    No need to do anything drastic to prove your straight says:

    Want some cheese with that whine bitch?

  269. 269
    concrete pump says:

    Nice assumption, dickhead. You know nothing of what i believe or don’t believe.

    You sorry fool.

  270. 270
    On a sidenote says:

    I’m sick of replacing the plastic ones, want a long lasting more durable one a friend said go for the Aluminum although Elf and Safety will probably pull my pants down if it is not painted…….yes because a layer of paint or colour of a hard hat is the all important crux between life and death on site these days……

  271. 271
    On a sidenote says:

    Thanks Sir William!

  272. 272
    Anonymous says:

    Major sued three papers in 1993 over allegations he’d shagged a caterer.

    That of course was before Archer and then Aitken were jailed for commiting perjury in libel actions they’d raised.

    Can you see why Hague might be reluctant to sue?

    He might win the case but until his dying day he’d be a the mercy of something coming to light which could result in him being banged up.

  273. 273
    Rita says:

    The original post that u were replying to has been deleted by the mod, it seems.

  274. 274
    Anonymous says:

    Yes, just “off to the beach”, dear. No, don’t come looking for me. No, really, I’ll be back in a bit…

    But seriously, if you’re going to have a *secret* fling the obvious thing would be to get separate rooms, no?

  275. 275
    Rita says:

    It was something along the lines of Hague getting the taxpayer to pay for his bit on the side.This is by far the worst type of ‘expenses’ fraud.

  276. 276
    Anonymous says:

    Shouldn’t you be back at school today?

  277. 277
    Rita says:

    It’s no surprise the Pope gets mentioned when there’s a whiff of illicit homosexuality in the air.
    Maybe Hague should employ the Pope for PR-they been hiding this kind of thing for decades!

  278. 278
    Kay Why says:

    Politicians should be vetted early

  279. 279
    Susie says:

    “I’m off to the beach now”

    Nobody goes to the beach in the South of France — posh people swim in their lake, pool or one of the rivers or they dive into the sea from their yacht.

  280. 280
    Rita says:

    Better still, get Mandy to suck it clean!

  281. 281
    Heard it all before says:

    Bye bye then.

  282. 282
    Cyrille Regis says:

    I can juggle 2 balls at once

  283. 283
    John Barnes says:

    So can I… In my mouth!

  284. 284
    Liblabcon scum says:

    No he’s Tory through and through.

    You see Tories don’t believe Britain is a real country with real people in it.
    No, it’s a company apparently – ‘Britain PLC’ they used to call it.

    So from that demented point of view, importing millions of immigrants is just a commercial proposition, a changing of the work force – i.e us.

  285. 285
    Banlieue Blues says:

    I think you’ll find the car vandalising and carbeques generally happen in the more vibrant parts of France.

  286. 286
    Iain Dale says:

    It’s la situation, therefore your phrase should have been …situation was tres amusante. With an “E”.


  287. 287
    CCHQ Troll Control says:

    struck a nerve has it poodle ?

    and why are you still here ?
    you were one of the whining pussies using line 3

    “I’m never coming here again”

    Yet here you are.


  288. 288
    Judo Hague and the Bedroom of Doom says:

    ‘appen I’ve shit t’ bed on this one
    my assistant will clean it up

  289. 289
    the tory brown-nosers are struggling says:

    the taxpayer paid for Hagues bedroom buddy to the tune of at least £30,000 a year. possibly a great deal more

  290. 290
    Judo Hague and the Bedroom of Doom says:

    ‘appen I’m getting an erection again

  291. 291
    Susie says:

    Totally agree.

    Perhaps Guido’s batting for the other side now.

  292. 292
    Gail porter says:

    Leave this honourable man alone fir gods sake

  293. 293
    Anonymous says:

    Substitute “Mandy” for “Hague” and you Tories would be braying for his blood. I’ve always been a big fan of Hague but he’s shown appalling judgment all round here.

  294. 294
    FagsRus says:

    Maybe explain to the “wife” that you were the one that decided to descend into the sensationalism that caused it? Bit like the game “knock down ginger” which you will evidently remember from your recent childhood, where you disturb someone then run away?

  295. 295
    Guido Fawkes says:

    Can’t you go drown in the pool pond life?

  296. 296
    Looner says:

    William Hague’s bald head makes me moist.

  297. 297
    Looner says:

    There’s a housing shortage, maybe there’s a room shortage.

  298. 298
    Steve Jobs says:

    Guido is using his Blackberry connection to blog from intermittently and the connection is intermittently crap.#

    At least it is not an iPhone!

  299. 299
    Steve Jobs says:

    Quantity not quality

  300. 300
    Students are pathetic says:


  301. 301
    Anthony Wedgewood-Benn says:

    Anthony Wedgewood Benn’s niece etc

  302. 302
    Gay Guido says:

    I like hard hard hard cock pumping cum in my arse.

  303. 303
    Anonymous says:

    Yeah but I would still bone the French fancy

  304. 304
    Anonymous says:

    Good. Fuck off you dull Hunt

  305. 305
    Susie says:

    Of course jgm2.

    Shame Guido seems to have fallen for Labour diversionary tactics… the very day they were electing their new leader too. They’re till playing the press/blogsphere like a fiddle.

  306. 306
    W.Hague says:

    Me andy boyfriend think that’s disgusting

  307. 307
    W.Hague says:

    Me and my boyf…

  308. 308
    I like your wit! says:

    i’m loving that!

  309. 309
    Anonymous says:

    The original post was this (it’ll get deleted again I’m sure)
    This thing makes me so angry, Hague has got
    the taxpayer to pay for his renboy.

  310. 310
    Golden Virginia says:

    Old Holburn, u used a bad example, Alex Ferguson does indeed share a room during away trips to European matches, not with the coach driver, but the assistant manager Mike Phelan. People in Manchester have been saying this for years.

  311. 311
    A.Neil says:

    For what? Taking it up the arse during ur uni days!

  312. 312
    Mark Oaten (still allowed on Sky News) says:

    I like scratch and sniff. Actuall I like to see the act of releasing No.2, if u know what I mean.

  313. 313
    Unsworth says:

    Depends on whether you regard Antibes as being in the South of France – or on another astral plane. Last time I was there it was mostly the latter, but I do recall seeing some long-haired chaps with interesting protuberances on their chests lying on the sand.

  314. 314
    g1lgam3sh says:

    “Now zip up your mongpants and do one.”

    That alone made the price of reading this thread worth it. Stolen and smuggled to 3 others instantly.

  315. 315
    angelnstar says:

    Mmm The French like their politicians to be virile. We need to talk about Boris.

  316. 316
    Robson S says:

    How about instead “Sorry Mrs Hague” as you will undoubtedly be made to write shortly?

    I met you once and told you i thought you were heroic and funny.

    I’ve changed my mind – you are unmitigated gobshite of a first rate Hunt – if you could allow that drink-sodden haze of yours to disappate for a day or two you might realise you’ve made a mistake here.


  317. 317
    chris says:

    Holiday what is a holiday!!!!

  318. 318

    If you really want to be lazy, you could try the new “Phone in your posts” feature from WordPress. Literally, pick up the phone, punch in a number, and poof! instant podcast. I may try it myself, as I am far too lazy to be doing much typing recently.

  319. 319
    l'annonymousse says:

    I was in Bordeaux this week too and nobody fucking phoned me – actually I’m wrong there, my Aussie mate texted about wine for her anniversary – so there!!!!

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