September 6th, 2010

Well Over Half Query Hague

Buried away in the Sunday Times was a poll on the Hague story – 46% of people asked think the Foreign Secretary was telling the truth about his relationship with Christopher Myers. That leaves over half the country doubting the Foreign Secretary’s words.

Asked about that statement, a small majority of 59% think he was right to publish it leaving a lot doubting Hague’s political judgement. On whether it was right to share a room  a slim majority (43% to 42%) think not. For those lining up to say this is a non-story, perhaps they should take on board that well over half of voters now have serious doubts about the man representing them on the global stage. Even the loyalists at ConservativeHome have registered a drop in approval. Easy on those “I will survive” tweets…


491 Comments

  1. 1
    Up sh1t creek says:

    Hardly Profumo stuff is it?!

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      Osama the Nazarene says:

      Never know, maybe it will turn out Myers was working for the KGB or Iranian Secret Service. Though I’d rather share a twin bedded room with Mandy Rice-D or Christine K than Chris M.

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      • 21
        Here's a Question the Hague apologists can't answer says:

        Other campaign staffers stayed in separate more modest hotels while Mr Myers shared a bedroom with the millionaire Hague on at least a half dozen occassions.

        WHY ?

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        • 42
          Osama the Nazarene says:

          Billy is a Yorkshireman. I believe they are supposed to be tight.

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          • The Beast of Clerkenwell says:

            Thats why KY jelly was invented

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          • Here's a Question the Hague apologists can't answer says:

            The hotel wasn’t that cheap, Hague is a millionaire who gave Myers expensive gifts and why was it always him in the bed all those times and never any of the other staffers who all travelled with Hague and found cheap single accomodation as is the norm ?

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          • Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

            How many others of the two first spads he employs did he share bedswith, er … rooms, and how many did he take with him privately via first claa to N Ireland, Afg, Bahrein, that 7 star hotel???

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          • Anonymous says:

            Guido, you have gone too far.
            “Let him who is without sin cast the first stone…etc”

            This is a ridiculous distraction from the genuine travesties taking place against democracy in the country today.
            Local planning commitees being “guided” by corporate obligations within central government is but one area you need to expose.
            By all means scrutinise and focus on financial irregularity connected to party machinery and policy – this is legitimate blog material.

            Go back to work and stop navel-gazing.
            .

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          • hague was cheating the taxpayer says:

            cost to the taxpayer of hagues bedroom buddy £30-67,000 per year

            + cost to the taxpayer of hague taking him around the world

            = financial irregularity connected to party machinery and policy – this is legitimate blog material.

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        • 43
          Anonymous says:

          why ???????????

          for good rodgering you stupid little fool. not pretty. not nice. not my cup of tea. but dead bloody simple you pathetic little prat

          a pity that guido has sunk this low. perhaps the mainstream press are right to put him back in the ‘internet’ source group rather than journalist

          as for Hague; i saw him live once and he was a desperately pathetic little twerp. good on set peice speeches but suck all use at answering questions

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        • 49
          Tessa Tickles says:

          Sex?

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        • 73
          Maximus says:

          Take a look at the second pic here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1309127/Hague-took-friend-fact-finding-taxpayer-funded-trip-Afghanistan-official-job.html.

          Observe a certain likeness, for instance, in the height of forehead, tilt of eyebrows, structure of eye sockets, line of the mouth, shape of the chin, etc. Another example of the rich and famous choosing partners who look like themselves. The answer to your question is: narcissism. Plus a sense of entitlement.

          Hats off (again) to the DM picture editor — who knows when a picture is worth a thousand words.

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          • Pope-a-goat says:

            Holy shite!

            What possible advice could the filthy arse bandit, Christopher Myers, be giving to the dirty low evil fag, William Hague, in Afghanistan?

            It’s astonishing that the filth in government are buying shit-holes to fuck using taxpayers money.

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          • sploooge says:

            ’twas ever thus…

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        • 426
          BBC Controller says:

          Please stop this Hague bashing immediately!

          We are trying to concentrate minds on Coulson.

          We would rather like Big Willy to stay where he is, thank you very much.

          A substantial media career awaits Myers and very useful he’ll be, too

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        • 485
          larry o' Grayson says:

          Seems like a nice boy

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      • 76
        Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

        It’s always about blackmail – Blair is Bi (Antonia, Miranda etc), common knowledge, the whole system is infested with closet gays and bis and paedos – foreign intel services have and are having a field day.

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    • 17
      TomTom says:

      What has Profumo to do with it ? he resigned because he LIED to The House of Commons. That is commonplace nowadays. Profumo did pennance and was a marvel of philanthropy to shame any politician alive today.

      Don’t talk about Profumo and Hague in the same breath – Hague used public funds to hire unqualified personnel. Adviser on the Falkland Islands !!!!!! Just who does Hague think he is conning – 2:2 Durham – new entry qualification for Ruritania’s Foreign Office

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    • 31
      Mad Jock McGinty says:

      In as much as Profumo didn’t take it up the shitter?

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    • 46
      Peter Grimes says:

      Precisely. They don’t have doubts about his ability to represent us abroad, they question his judgement about sharing a room with a guy!

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    • 64
      Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

      More like Perfumo, ducky!

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    • 104
      Unablogger says:

      Guido, drop it, talk about flogging a dead horse, you have had your fingers burnt now walk away. We are not interested.
      If you want something interesting talk about George Osborne, Vodaphone, the unpaid £5billion tax bill and his forthcoming job on the board.

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    • 316
      Yates says:

      Does it really matter that a paper listened in to Prescott’s answerphone?
      NO no it don’t.

      What really matters is that another soldier has just been confirmed dead (officer class ) fighting a war that Prescott’s government placed him in.

      Stop wasting police time John.

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      • 340
        revolting peasant says:

        I’m almost as bored with this William Hague story as I am with the Andy Coulson phone-hacking one, which the BBC is giving undue prominence to in every news bulletin.
        It just proves that Labour didn’t learn a bloody thing from losing the election and remains completely out of touch with the electorate. Most people are more concerned with their jobs,schools and the economy and really couldn’t give a shit if the NoTW tapped phones.

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        • 405
          Just stating the bleeding obvious(again!) says:

          You’ve obviously missed the point…by getting their backbenchers and friendly media(aka BBC)to big this story up they don’t actually have to mention what their policy is on sorting the defict out(that they created)or the fact that if in government they too would be sacking thousands of civil servants and upsetting their natural supporters by doing so

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          • Anonymous says:

            The BBC news last night was one long and sustained attack on the coalition government. Much of it was utterly false and without any evidence at all.

            It was this “phone hacking” bollocks first and then the government slashing and cutting services to the poor and vulnerable and this was generously lavished with a very large and blatant helping of fear mongering about the economy.

            The BBC held a poll sigh “in line with other polls” showed a clear majority of the public support cutting the deficit. This had the BBC apoplectic with rage. Clearly the BBC have an agenda to spread as much fear as possible, to talk this country into a double-dip recession and they are palpably desperate to get their labour pets into office again.

            The BBC is in full on fearmonger mode.

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          • sploooge says:

            if the spineless Tory party hasn’t got the guts or the gumption to sort out the foul and odious BBC, then they deserve everything they get

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      • 345
        TROOPS OUT NOW! says:

        Fighting a war that Hague’s government refuse to bring them home from.

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  2. 2
    Disco Biscuit says:

    The Mirror’s “if you take 2 single beds and push them together, it makes a double” revelation was beyond parody.

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    • 16
      Tessa Tickles says:

      One of my colleagues reads The Mirror; it makes The Sun look highbrow.

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      sowwy! try again says:

      the twin beds are sold that way to customers with a double duvet and bedding

      you would have to specifically request the hotel to get brand new bedding replace it, relpace the quilt, and get staff to pull the beds apart.

      even if you did all that it’ss obvious from the photo they wouldn’t even be further apart more than a few inches beause of the desk tables and small amount of room

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      • 85
        Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

        Precisely. Why are people so fucking THICK. This is hardly Shelock Holmes stuff…

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      • 93
        Selohesra says:

        Most serious businessmen stay (alone) in double room anyway as more spacious – therefore if Hague saves taxpayer a few bob by sharing with his friend rather than charging two sets of double rooms then what is the problem. I am repulsed by (male) homosexuality as much the next man but if they are discrete we should not get too vexed by it all.

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        • 111
          M'lud says:

          Plenty who would take your moniker (and you) backwards who are less repulsed than you.

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        • 416
          Anonymous says:

          I could not give a shit whether Hague is gay, transgendered, mixed sex or whatever, BUT, whatever he is, he should be honest about it.

          For those who cliamthat this is a private matter between him and Ffion, I say bullshit.

          Hague had advertised himself as a heterosexual family man. That is how he has defined his character and his suitability to be an MP, former party leader and senior cabinet member.

          Being straight, gay, bi, or asexual makes no difference, but being honest DOES make a big difference.

          IF Hague is gay, then this would demonstrate that he is not only decietful to his wife, (if she did not know) but he will have deceived all his voters too.

          This problem is in addition to the very real and even more serious problem of Hague wasting public money to employ a man utterly unfit to hold the SpAd job he was given, by Hague.

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      • 211
        Anonymous says:

        Are they? None of the twin rooms I’ve stayed in are like that (when on business and no doubles were available). They were all distinctly seperate with seperate bedding.

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    • 296
      TomTom says:

      Not true. Two single beds together make a King not a Double

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  3. 3
    Cammy says:

    If only they’d tapped Wllm’s phone, then we would have the definitive answer to this..

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  4. 4
    Josh Lyman says:

    96% of people I just asked think Guido is an insufferable twat.

    The 25th guy hadn’t heard of him.

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  5. 5

    It’s the wrong duvet Gromit!

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  6. 6
    Anonymous says:

    So what do you think Guido? Do you believe Hague is gay?

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      every politician buys their driver a silk scarf says:

      Although Mr Myers received no salary when he worked for Mr Hague in Opposition, friends say he received ‘expensive gifts’ from his friend and mentor, including a silk scarf.

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    • 37
      every politician buys their gofer a silk scarf says:

      Although Mr Myers received no salary when he worked for Mr Hague in Opposition, friends say he received ‘expensive gifts’ from his friend and mentor, including a silk scarf.

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    • 38
      Osama the Nazarene says:

      We have to believe that Billy is not gay because he said so. Same as we have to believe that Coulson did not know his journos were hacking into chipolata Prezza’s mobile because he said so. Proof is required for you to cast aspersions.

      The beeb would have you believe it otherwise by invoking Goebbles’ maxim of repeating the inuendo over and over again.

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  7. 7
    smoggie says:

    From the Mirror:

    They can however be separated to make two beds, and the double duvet and sheet replaced with single ones. Although one visitor to the room said: “There’d still be barely a few inches between them.”

    How many inches would that be?

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    • 146
      bunksaresafer says:

      ‘They can however be separated to make two beds’
      “Although one visitor to the room said: “There’d still be barely a few inches between them”

      This is a tricky concept for your average Mirror reader to grasp. It involves spatial awareness. It’s taught on Hotel Management courses. The method is like this:- To make twin beds that have been pushed together, so as to form a double, back into twin beds again, you place the right side bedside table( as shown in the photo.) between the beds and VOILA you have twin beds, seperated by a table- just like you have in twin bedded rooms.

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      • 153
        smoggie says:

        What about the linen and the duvet? As can be seen the duvet is a double and quite possibly the sheets underneath. I didn’t get a degree in Hotel Management at one of the new unis so I don’t understand how that little quandary is dealt with so simply.

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          bunksaresafer says:

          aah, tricky one this. It’s called the linen cupboard. Full of sheets and duvets and things like that.They are found quite often in places like Hotels. These concepts are hard to grasp, I know, but that is how your little quandary is dealt with so simply.

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      • 201
        WRONG! says:

        they are sold to the hotel customer as twin beds with a double duvet and double bedding exactly as shown

        if you wanted to seperate them you would have to ask the hotel staff specifically to do it with brand new bedding and sheets and they would still be incredibly close together as the photo shows

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        • 265
          bunksaresafer says:

          When you get a bit older and go out into the big wide world, and maybe stay at an (that’ll really get on their ti*s) Hotel yourselves, you’ll find all these difficulties just seem to fade away. Although when you ring up the Hotel du Vin, in your chosen town or City, and ask for a twin room, they probably won’t say ‘oh do you mean the, nudge nudge, twin room where the beds are nearly touching?’ So if that’s what you’re after you may be dissapointed.
          It may also be an eye opener to you to find that, in between different guests occupying rooms, they do actually change the linen with ‘brand new bedding and sheets’. Just like being in an Hotel really.

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          • even simpler to ask for separate rooms and not a share a room with twin beds says:

            the hotel is not cheap and is popular with honeymooners and couples

            why did Hague keep sharing bedrooms with Myers when his other staffers had to stay in cheaper single accomodation ?

            Hague is 49 years old
            Myers is almost half his age at 25 years old
            bringing age into it is not the wisest move

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          • bumsaresofter says:

            Sorry to be a patronising old fuckface but when you get older I’ll tell you about it. Until then, it’s best you know nothing of the love that shall not speak its name.

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          • even simpler to ask for separate rooms and not a share a room with twin beds says:

            I have no interest at all in what an old queen like you gets up to

            Maybe when you were less ravaged by senililty you could have produced something resembling an able defence of Hague’s disasterous actions, but unfortunately you just sound like a silly old fool desperately clutching at straws as you ramble incoherently to avoid the questions

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        • 289
          smoggie says:

          Would it not have been oh so simpler to have asked for separate rooms? They’re not married so why the hassle of arranging the furniture?

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  8. 8
    Paddy says:

    From the poll:

    “the balance of opinion comes down strongly on Hague’s side on whether he is telling the truth or not (46% think he is, 12% think he isn’t) and whether he was correct to release his personal statement (59% think he was, 17% that he wasn’t)”

    Not quite what you’re making out is it.

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    • 249
      Biffo says:

      Not sure about the maths – surely if 46% believe he’s telling the truth then there’s 54% who don’t?

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      • 373
        M'lud says:

        Oh really? Did you read the poll result? To quote:

        “the balance of opinion comes down strongly on Hague’s side on whether he is telling the truth or not (46% think he is, 12% think he isn’t) and whether he was correct to release his personal statement (59% think he was, 17% that he wasn’t).”

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  9. 9
    The Apostrophe Police says:

    “doubting Hague’s’ political judgement.”

    Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear. What have we here? Have you considered learning the English language, Sir?

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  10. 10
    Lescromps says:

    This ones dead and buried Guido, people don;t want to know.

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    • 123
      Anonymous says:

      I want to know. I want to know if our millionaire Foreign Secretary is cheating on his wife with a twink whom he’s placed on the public payroll.

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    • 219
      I beg to differ says:

      It is blindingly obvious that Hague has demonstrated a greivous lack of judgement in employing this kid, and before that taking him on a jolly on the tax-payers expense. And he did it at a time of supposed national frugality. It shows that he just thinks that he is above it all. He should be sacked. We would be saying that about a Labour minister. Somehow its ok for the Tories.

      Hague’s moral choices also need further investigation. If he is having a secret double life as a gay, decieving the woman he made a pact with in the eyes of the Lord, then he would be a hypocrite, and I for one don’t trust him to be in government.

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      • 328
        Quango says:

        Agreed. Total hypocrisy from at least half the regulars on here. You’re happy for Guido to chase Labour Ministers and go for the kill.

        When it’s one of yours, suddenly the use of taxpayers money is not so important.

        What transparent tribal tossers you are.

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  11. 11

    Are you forced to come here?

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    • 19
      smoggie says:

      Quite possibly, if he’s CCHQ.

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      • 33
        Stephen W says:

        Give it up Guido. You’ve moved on from revealing stories to desperately trying to justify this story. This about the 3rd or 4th post so far defending your choice to pursue this story. If you’re proud of it then just shut up and be proud of it, if not just say so, stop desperately trying to defend yourself.

        Move on man unless you’ve got some further facts to reveal.

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    • 50
      Brillo Pads says:

      Forced to come here? Course not. We like to come here because there is usually (or used to be) good stuff on here.

      I go to Roger’s Corner Shop because he sells the toothpaste I like. If he stops selling the toothpaste I like, and starts selling shit instead, I will stop going there. Maybe not straight away, because for a while I’ll keep going out of some combination of habit, loyalty, and hope of a return to happier days. But eventually I’ll give up and go to Tesco instead.

      Roger knows that, that’s why he keeps selling the toothpaste I like.

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      • 70

        He’s not very likely to stop selling toothpaste and start selling shit though, is he? What kind of a corner shop sells a bowl of shit? If you even think Roger might start doing that I’d change now. I certainly wouldn’t buy any mincemeat from him.

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        • 90
          Brillo Pads says:

          Roger might start selling shit if his automatic-customers-through-the-door-ometer told him that he got loads of extra customers when he started selling shit. Whether his automatic-customers-through-the-door-ometer is able to distinguish regular customers from curious passers-by attracted by the novelty of seeing a corner shop that sells shit is a different question.

          Having said that, if you were to compare the readerships of, say, The Sun and, say, The Independent, you might conclude there is a ready market for shit. So perhaps it’s more a question of whether you want to be shit seller or not.

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        • 240
          Up Hague's sh1t creek says:

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  12. 12
    Hamish Macbeth says:

    “”46% of people asked think the Foreign Secretary was telling the truth about his relationship with Christopher Myers. That leaves over half the country doubting the Foreign Secretary’s words.”

    A bit of a dubious manipulation of statistics Guido!!!

    You could get a job with the ZaNuLabour statistics department coming up with a assumption like that

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    • 239
      Unsworth says:

      Exactly that. 12% think he’s not telling the truth (define truth, FFS!).

      Guido doesn’t have a fucking clue as to what the others think or believe. It’s a piss-poor piece of analysis by him – particularly so when he has shown himself capable of doing so much better on other statistical matters.

      In any event, so fucking what?

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      • 294
        so stop whining says:

        so Hague is now and always will be damaged goods because of his gross errors in judgement

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        • 346
          Unsworth says:

          And?

          What about all the other political ‘damaged goods’ – of all parties?

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          • Please don't act stupid says:

            People generally are only concerned about the parties in power and holding the purse strings and affecting their lives.

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          • Unsworth says:

            Excellent. So those ‘out of power’ can just carry on looting, killing and raping.

            What was all that bollocks about Conservative MP’s ‘expenses’ then? Presumably ‘people’ didn’t give a stuff….

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  13. 13
    Anonymous says:

    Hahaha lol

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  14. 15
    David says:

    Guido

    just stop this ridiculous witch hunt. It makes you look a fool and makes me think its time to stop reading this blog. I am not alone.
    At the moment the Balls Broadcasting Compmpany are hard at it trying to balance their leftwingness with some some extra leftwingness. Do you seriously want those Millipeded Grauniad reading deficit deniers back in power?
    STOP it now!!!!!!!

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    • 32
      Tessa Tickles says:

      It’ll take more than a few attacks on Hague to put Labour back in power. A month from now, Banana Boy will be leader and his cabinet with consist of the same bunch of dysfunctional prats who sat and did nothing as Blair and Brown smashed Britain to bits.

      Honestly, do you (in real life, not here on this blog) ever encounter anyone who’ll vote Labour again?

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      • 52
        David says:

        Tessa

        Unfortunately I do – have no doubt that a build up of BBC propaganda , threats of strikes, Guardian and Independent bullshit will have an effect unless we on the centre and centre right repel nonsense and support those trying to bring back our economy into balance.
        Remember that elections in the UK are won and lost in the marginals – it only required a few hundred votes to swith to win some of these. Do not be complacent! Ever !
        The dark left realised in 1997 that the attacks on the Conservaties had to keep on running, they never stopped and eventually kept the tories out for the darkest 13 yrs of my life. Frankly I hate the b….

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        • 91
          Tessa Tickles says:

          You hate the b.. I hate the b.. everyone hates them. Even my Mirror-reading colleague hates them. I’m amazed at your bad luck in meeting anyone who’d vote for them.

          One of the main topics of conversation in my local pub last weekend was how people today (including myself) are earning less than they were 10 years ago, because immigration has suppressed wages at the bottom of the payscale. Everyone blamed Labour. Every paycheque is a reminder of what Labour did.

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          • Crikey says:

            But that’s the whole idea Tessa, that and to pack more consumers in. Did you think it was humanitarianism?

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          • Tessa Tickles says:

            No, I thought it was insane. And I was right.

            Funny thing is, Banana Boy thinks it was the right thing to do. And his shadow cabinet of vacuous mongs will think it was right, too. And they will wonder why they don’t quite win the next election.

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      • 81
        M'lud says:

        There are plenty. Some of them are here.

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      • 110
        ROFL!!! says:

        Guido should now ignore a scoop that’s been in every newspaper and news broadcast because a thin skinned CCHQ lickspittle spinner doesn’t like it

        right!

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        • 128
          Oh no Orwell was right !!! says:

          Nope! mind it may help if there was something to er I dunno give this story legs say summat small like er facts or what’s that thing ??? oh yes evidence an ex or a pic or anything ? till then we just have to rely on all the liebour listers for our guiding light !

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          • it's taxpayers money he's spending on Myers says:

            like Hague flying his bedroom buddy all over the world at the taxpayers expense when Myers wasn’t even employed by Hague or the Conservative Party ?

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        • 141
          Half eyed Scottish idiot says:

          Hardly a scoop then is it?

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    • 106
      rearrange says:

      refund full off fuck

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    • 152
      Betty Bogglesworth says:

      Agreed David.

      There was never anything in this ‘story’ and GF has made himself look a pratt by refusing to appologise for it – and still trying vainly to fan the feeble embers of the ‘story’ to justify his shitty behaviour.

      Guido. The best course of action when on is in a hole full of shit is to stop digging.

      I have lost a lot of respect for GF over this.

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    • 256
      I beg to differ says:

      Well, first of all, no-one in any British political party is in power.

      http://www.ukip.org/content/latest-news/1841-what-next-shot-for-not-clapping

      (The EUSSR State of the Union Address by EUSSR Commission President Barroso).

      Evidently, William Hague is corrupt. Don’t you want people in “power” not to be corrupt? Or do you think that they are all going to shaft you, so you’d better have the one that does it a bit nicer than the other? Why do you have a slave mentality. You don’t have to exist just to pay for Gay Bill’s gift of a silk scarf, you know.

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  15. 18
    Brillo Pads says:

    Leave it, Fawkes.

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  16. 20
    SPJC says:

    Q: What’s the difference between WH and the Chilean Miners?
    A: WH will be out by Xmas!!

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  17. 22
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’m always honest. I love Ms Macauley.

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  18. 23
    Gordon Brown says:

    Plenty of poo in my pants.

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    • 115
      Anonymous says:

      What happened to your come back today Gordon, no ones see hide nor hare of you?

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      • 117
        SpAd Watch says:

        Willy comes on my back all the time

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      • 235
        Caz says:

        ‘Hide nor hair’ sweetie – as for gordon I have it on good authority that he is lurking in the HoC mens loos waiting on the vote on AV ( y’know that system that he was advocating when he was PM).

        The vote should happen about 10pm and the rumour in the HoC is that , when it does, he’ll shoot out of the loos, vote against AV, and then disappear into the darkness that is now surrounding Westminster , without having to speak to anyone other than twatson who acts as his prop.

        What incredible moral courage and integrity this man has!!!

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        • 375
          Caz says:

          Other campaign staffers stayed in separate more modest hotels while Mr Myers shared a bedroom with the millionaire Hague on at least a half dozen occassions.

          What incredible moral courage and integrity this man has!!!

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        • 406
          genghiz the kahn says:

          Brown is listed in the divisional vote. Will he be seen again on Wednesday or will he be spending more time on his book.

          It would be wonderful if the Hunt is confronted by a TV crew on a live broadcast and asked if he has read Tony’s book.

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    • 171

      ..and humming The Old Oat*n Bucket”, presumably.

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    • 275
      Gordon Brown says:

      poo pants poo pants poo pants poo pants poo pants poo pants poo pants poo pants poo pants poo pants poo pants poo pants poo pants poo pants

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    • 484
      Ffion loves anal says:

      Mmmmm, lovely.

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    NBeale says:

    Guido: come off it this is ridiculous. You are denting your credibility.

    a. That photo shows twin beds, pushed together. They can obviously be configured as twin beds (as the Mirror article admits) and are not a Double.

    b. People who “don’t know” if he is telling the truth are not “questioning” him, it’s just that they have no opinion on the subject.

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      sowwy!!! try again says:

      the twin beds are sold that way to customers with a double duvet and bedding

      you would have to specifically request the hotel to get brand new bedding replace it, relpace the quilt, and get staff to pull the beds apart.

      even if you did all that it’s obvious from the photo they wouldn’t even be further apart more than a few inches beause of the desk tables and small amount of room

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      • 134
        Oh no Orwell was right !!! says:

        since when ? i have never had to ask for separate bedding ever i ask for a twin i get a twin !just cause you say it’s different nay make it so ! toilets!

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      • 151
        simples says:

        Bollocks.
        ‘This is a tricky concept for your average Mirror reader to grasp. It involves spatial awareness. It’s taught on Hotel Management courses. The method is like this:- To make twin beds that have been pushed together, so as to form a double, back into twin beds again, you place the right side bedside table( as shown in the photo.) between the beds and VOILA you have twin beds, seperated by a table- just like you have in twin bedded rooms’

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        • 205
          you ARE a simpleton Myers says:

          nope!

          the twin beds are sold that way to customers with a double duvet and bedding

          you would have to specifically request the hotel to get brand new bedding replace it, relpace the quilt, and get staff to pull the beds apart.

          even if you did all that it’s obvious from the photo they wouldn’t even be further apart more than a few inches beause of the desk tables and small amount of room

          sowwy!!! try again

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      • 261
        Unsworth says:

        the twin beds are sold that way to customers with a double duvet and bedding

        you would have to specifically request the hotel to get brand new bedding replace it, relpace the quilt, and get staff to pull the beds apart.

        Oh really? Which particular hotel are you talking about – or does your comment apply to all?

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        • 299
          Mongsworth says:

          The one in the picture you stupid twat. The one where none of Hague’s other staffers could afford to stay at or were invited to sleep with William in.

          Why did Hague take Myers around the world at taxpayers expense and buy him expensive gifts when he wasn’t even employed by Hague or the Conservative Party ?

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          • Unsworth says:

            You’re a bit of a gullible clown, really. Don’t suppose you believe that this layout might be arranged by an enterprising person, that it might not even be the room in question, do you? Remember the Mirror pictures of ‘brutality’ in Basra?

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          • Mongsworth says:

            You’re the gullible twat who keeps weaseling to try and find ever more ludicrous excuses for Hague.

            Why did Hague take Myers around the world at taxpayers expense and buy him expensive gifts when he wasn’t even employed by Hague or the Conservative Party ?

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          • Unsworth says:

            Ask him. I’m not trying ‘and’ find excuses – I’m just pointing out that there’s much more to it than prats like you may think.

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      • 385
        No axe to grind says:

        Have you ever stayed in a(n) hotel and asked for a twin room? If you do so, all the rearranging is done for you in advance. You do not need “to specifically request the hotel to get brand new bedding replace it, relpace the quilt [even if you can spell], and get staff to pull the beds apart”. All of this is done for you before you arrive. Get a grip.

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    • 293
      smoggie says:

      Truth is… a man of Hague’s standing does not share rooms unless he wants to. We all know this “economising” is bollocks.

      Lord Brown of BP lost his job, not because he was gay, but because he lied about it.

      Call me a nepotismphobe, if you like…

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  20. 25
    Science based reporting says:

    Evidence or STFU – as the saying goes.

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  21. 26
    Backwoodsman says:

    I’m a raving Tory and frankly I can’t be arsed if willie is a shirt lifter or not. What bothers me is that they were so fucking wishy washy they couldn’t put away the worst labour government in labour government history, they compounded the error by not immediately sorting out the bbc and are now living to regret it and didn’t immediately highlight the tens of millions of pounds of tax payers money being given to unions to pay for union organisers, and stop it.
    Hague as number two man gets a tick in the ‘guilty of all of the above box’, so not too much syypathy here.

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  22. 27
    Mr Scotch says:

    Now now, come on – I don’t think the entire online readership of The Sunday Times can be classed as the country…..

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  23. 28
    A Bigoted Bigot says:

    Hague is as gay as you are Guido. Myers is straight as a corkscrew.

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  24. 29
    tory boys never grow up says:

    “46% of people asked think the Foreign Secretary was telling the truth about his relationship with Christopher Myers. That leaves over half the country doubting the Foreign Secretary’s words.”

    Logic has never been your strong point – only 12% said they didn’t think he was telling the truth. The rest probably just don’t give a stuff. Still trying to deflect attention from your fellow master of the black arts?

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    • 45

      What are you on about?

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      • 59
        Martha Carnal says:

        What are any of us on about?.

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      • 273
        BalhamBugle says:

        In the same linked article , it also states that only 41% of people believe the Catholic church is “a force for good”. Does that mean that, with more than half of people doubting the Church’s intentions, the Church must be wicked (and every priest a paedophile)?

        If you are going to continue this story, it would be good if you could get some evidence, and not deal with misrepresentation and innuendo.

        PS – I wonder what Mrs Fawkes take is on this story.

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      • 302
        Anonymous says:

        Guido, “That leaves over half the country doubting the Foreign Secretary’s words.”

        Half the Country !!!??? What size of Poll was this ?

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    • 284
      Statto says:

      To take the logic a little furthr – if 12% think he isn’t telling th truth, that means 88% have no doubt he is…..so pretty overwhelming support for Hague from Joe Public.

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      • 440
        tory boys never grow up says:

        Guido

        Look at the poll – you cannot infer what the 42% who did not express a view think. Personally I wouldn’t answer such a question either because I don’t think Hague’s sleeping arrangements are anyone’s business – that doesn’t mean that I doubt what he has said on this matter.

        One has to ask the question why you continue to beat this dead horse?

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  25. 35

    This is getting rather tired, boring and worn out. i.e nothing proven.

    Move on.

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  26. 36

    Somehow, for the ultimate story, the hooker wife, needs to be the prostitute of Rooney in the same hotel room as Hague.
    Sunday Sport could manage it.

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    • 69
      Tessa Tickles says:

      In a WW2 German bomber, on the moon.

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      • 97
        M'lud says:

        My recollection is that the following week’s headline said it had disappeared. As this storyline should. It is dull, dull, dull.

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      • 119
        Engineer says:

        I thought it was “Lancaster Bomber found on Moon”. Think we need a pretty, but not too clever, C-list celeb. in the mix as well, so that Max Clifford can amuse us all by “representing” her.

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      • 142
        M'lud says:

        Moderated out once (not sure why), see if I can get it in second time round:

        My recollection is that the following week’s headline said “WW2 bomber found on moon vanishes”. Just like this storyline should. It is dull, dull, dull.

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    • 358
      shame the facts don't support little willie says:

      Hague slept in a hotel room several times with an inexperienced young male staffer he later hired in a plum job at the taxpayers expense . Fact .

      Hague flew the staffer around the world at the taxpayers expense . Fact .

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  27. 39
    William Hague anally raped me with his bald head says:

    Who gives a flying fuck, FFS?

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    • 102
      Fist Fucking is for Pussies says:

      I fucking would if Billy boy stuck that big bald head of his up my arse I can fucking tell you!

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  28. 40
    Steve says:

    Hagues alright, probably one of the brighter fellas in the government, and a VAST improvement on Margaret Beckett and David Millibrand as Foreign Secretary. I say leave him alone, lets not hound out of office a good bloke.

    Whether he is gay or not, who the fuck cares? He is a very good FS.

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    • 148
      Straight Talking Yorkie says:

      Aye, ‘appen you are right there you southern jessie. If old Bill Hague wants to cruise around wi’ young lads, appen it’s allright wi’ me. As long as he’s not grooming them for a taxpayer funded job for’t boys, oh eck tha’s done it…..

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  29. 44
    Lady Thatcher says:

    Everyone needs a willy.

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  30. 47
    Odour Toilets says:

    Groan…….this will just resurrect all the Liebour scatologists and coprophiliacs of whom there are tens of thousands out there lying in wait.

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  31. 48
    william says:

    the only person Hague has to answer to on this one is his wife, they put out a statement, end of story.

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    • 109
      Wrong you Mong says:

      No one gives a fuck about his up hill gardening, its about jobs for the rent boys!

      What’s good for the hetro is good for the homo.

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    • 138
      Anonymous says:

      If he’s employing his catamite using my money then he has to answer to me.

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  32. 51
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    I rekon WH did tell the truth.

    But I do rekon we should get judy dench in to sing that song.
    “a fine romance with no kisses”.

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  33. 53
    Captain Sensible says:

    Dead Horse: Flogged

    Link to order-order.com : deleted

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  34. 54
    A Strange Hybrid says:

    What is the point of twin beds? Either you (or your guests) want to be in the same bed as someone or you/they don’t.

    If you don’t want a proper double bed then for heaven’s sake get two separate single beds and two sets of single-bed-covers and sheets.

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    • 89
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      No doubt its for the benefit of the hotel so they have extra flexibility.

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      • 155
        Straight Talking Yorkie says:

        At £340 pound a night I reckon tha’s right sensible. ‘Appen young Chris could have stayed at another hotel for £34 a night, but that’s only three star. Nothing’s too good for’t driver eh lad?

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      • 206
        Anonymous says:

        Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

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  36. 57
    Anonymous says:

    I wish someone would ask Tony Blair who “Charles Lynton” is and what “Lynton” was doing in a gents lavatory back in the early ’80s.

    I beleive that Marylebone nick still has the documention relating to the caution of “Mr. Lynton”

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    • 65
      Gaywatch says:

      oh go on do tell, is he on record as a cottager? Personally I think Brown, Mandy and Blair are all queers. I know Brown got done for wombling on wimbledon common in the 80s. There is much talk of a failed “physical” relationship between Blair and Brown in the 80s which Cherie put a stop to. Brown never really got over it and when the papers started calling him a confirmed bachelor found a woman to marry tout suite so he could become PM.

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    • 74
      Lydia Dustbin says:

      Apparently he’s “basically a public service guy”.

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    • 140
      Anonymous says:

      That would have come out years ago if it was true.

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      • 175
        Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

        Lol! Beaconsfield…

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      • 295
        Biffo says:

        i’ve heard about this before – any way to check? – Guido – oh Guido

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        • 402
          Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

          no – tried it before, no dice

          try the internet search engines, not just google, and the wayback machine

          i can assure you that it is all true, however

          try searches with godlike productions

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  37. 58
    The other Bill says:

    “I did not have sexual relations with that man”

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  38. 60

    Yep, I’m bored with this too…

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    • 83
      Mr Plum says:

      Me too, guido’s needle is definitely stuck someone give him a nudge.
      He’s like an old woman going on and on.

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    • 130
      Engineer says:

      And another.

      Guido, face facts; the story is dead. Hague’s not gay, or the Sundays would have dug something up. They didn’t. Myers has resigned, so the problem of mate-paid-with-public-money is solved. We don’t know why Hague employed Myers in the first place, and we probably never will now. Hague (or any other Minister) won’t make that mistake again. Time to move on.

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      • 181
        sockpuppet #4 says:

        perhaps, unlike us, and quite ironically, Guido has been well away from this story, and couldnt even listen to it on the radio. His wife made him go to the beach etc. oooh the hardship.

        I am surprised that theres been no rather dull google-journalism on myers.
        Anything from supportive friends, election material, nice things on his CV, might have been a welcome boost to WH.

        Tell you one thing: he’s a sensible young chap who hasn’t plastered his details on social media sites.

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      • 214
        CCHQ lickspittle watch says:

        Engineer thinks it’s fine that Hagues bedroom buddy was taken by Hague on all over the world on jollies at the taxpayers expense while receiving expensive gifts like a silk scarf

        no doubt engineer thinks that’s common practice for Ministers of the Crown as is sharing sharing a bedroom with the millionaire Hague on at least a half dozen occassions while other campaign staffers stayed in separate more modest hotels

        but that’s because Engineer has his head so far up Cameron’s arse even Hague would have trouble removing him

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    • 313
      smoggie says:

      Big problem now is, if his is gay then he is also a liar as well as being up to his knuckles in nepotism.

      If you’re bored you can always ask for your money back.

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  39. 62
    Richard Manns says:

    Christ, Guido, your grasp of bullshit stats is masterly.

    Of course, what you haven’t said is that 46% believe him, 19% don’t, the rest don’t know/don’t give a shit. That would be the unbiased reporting of the news, but that’s not Guido’s style…

    If you knew anything about polls, or cared about the truth, you’d know that was a thumping victory against you.

    But you either don’t know, or don’t care.

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  40. 66
    Hunch Back says:

    Guido you should provide evidence and hard facts before you rip a man’s life apart. These allegations are just based on Chinese whispers.

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    • 82
      Buckoff says:

      night of the long knives 2

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    • 103
      The Beast of Clerkenwell says:

      How many lives has Hague ruined
      F*** him!

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    • 421
      Anonymous says:

      Bullshit.

      As a real libertarian myself, I love it that Guido is damaging the career of one of his fellow Isr@Eli lovers. Hague is a treasonous Israeli Firster and still believes that the Iraq invasion was the right thing to do.

      Fuck Hague and his fellow Zion ist war criminals.

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      • 451
        Occupiers says:

        They are all Britain lasters. And for that they all need to be exposed, ridiculed, embarrassed and humiliated at every opportunity.

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  41. 67
    barrowboy says:

    Jesus H , Fawkes ! I have been in bed in close proximity to boys and men in Boarding School, the Army , even in Nick. travelling around the world have shared rooms, never done any uphill gardening, or had it done to me. mayhap I’m too ugly. Leave it off now eh?

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    • 75

      Well, I don’t know. I once stayed in a motel and Peter Ma…. No I’ve said too much.
      Don’t want to end up folded into a sports bag.

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    • 154
      Anonymous says:

      Lots of chaps share bedrooms on occasions with other chaps without there being any chutney ferreting involved.

      However the chance of such activity increases in direct proportion to the discrepancy in age, wealth and status of the chaps involved.

      Mr Hague is twice the age of Master Myers, significantly wealthier than him, and as a leading politician has a much higher status.

      Rather changes the dynamic somewhat, don’t you think?

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  42. 68
    A Strange Hybrid says:

    I bet “half the country” haven’t even read “the Foreign Secretary’s Words”. About a quarter of them can’t read in any case.

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  43. 71
    The last dozen posts says:

    Tory trolls in full on mode.

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  44. 77
    Joey Jones, Blair Arselicker says:

    Once you’ve read his book you’ll realise he’s not such a bad guy after all.

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  45. 78
    Pontificating Pilate says:

    non news day again?

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  46. 79

    Labour are calling for the Tories to instruct the Met to carry out an investigation into Coulson.

    Its almost as if Labour believe the police are there to do just whatever the government instructs.

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    • 87
      T.B£iar - the People's Messiah says:

      Eh ? Have they changed the rules since I left Britain to become a multi-millionaire ?

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    • 232
      Andy Coulson says:

      F*ck ‘em – have those Liebour c*nts got any idea how much sh*t I’ve got on them via those Voicemails my boys hacked back at the NoTW??

      I’d shut the f*ck up if I were them – they might find this issue blows-up in their collective faces…

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    • 423
      Anonymous says:

      Because labour ministers over the last decade have got used to the idea that they had corrupted the independence of the Met police to the extent that they became the paramilitary wing of the parliamentary labour party.

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  47. 88
    Crapometer 10 says:

    Yawn,heavy sigh,bored to fuck

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  48. 92
    M'lud says:

    As pointed out more than once above your misuse of statistics beggars belief. No wonder you failed in the financial world.

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  49. 94
    Lord Envious of Avarice says:

    People who accuse others of homophobia are usually gay are they not?

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  50. 95
    The Beast of Clerkenwell says:

    Why would a multi millionaire who is funded by a billionaire wish to share a room with another bloke?
    By all means share a tent or field
    BUT A ROOM?
    And a double bed?
    Pull the other one its got balls on it

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    • 100
      perdix says:

      Possibly because all election expenses have to be accounted for and subject to limits.

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      • 132
        sockpuppet #4 says:

        Easy.
        One choses a slightly cheaper room.

        And someone who is important enough to be given a 30k job is certainly important enough to be given a £80 hotel room.

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        • 162
          The Beast of Clerkenwell says:

          Pick up the phone book two singles (never hand over your CC number on the phone as it is a contract ) when you arrive politely ask if they have a bigger room for the same price as you have heard of a better deal around the corner
          They always have spare capacity
          Chances are that Hague would have got an automatic upgrade anyway
          He is either a fool or a friend of Dorothy
          Either way we don’t need him

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        • 173
          Straight Talking Yorkie says:

          Lots of rooms in Birmingham city centre for less than £50 a night B&B. Chains mainly, but perfectly acceptable for a driver and all his other staff too. So why did he book a double for £340 instead of a single for considerably less, remains unanswered.

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        • 317
          smoggie says:

          Or a cheaper hotel. Anyone who actaully travels on business knows that bunking up is an absolute no-no. That’s why this story has legs.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Correct. This is as much about the old idea of being above one’s station.

            When I was an IT contractor I would have to travel a lot. I worked for a company that was often a sub contractor. If my company was paying hotel expenses on a given contract, then (being run by tight gigs) it would expect all the IT grunts to share accomodation in whatever shitty motel it could find near the job. We did not get a say in who shared with who, but one thing is for sure, when a manager was staying, he or she would get their own room to themselves. There is no way we would be sharing a room with a person of a senior position in the company.

            If the company who employed our company was footing the bill, then we woul all get rooms to ourselves. Again, there is no way one of us grunts would ever bunk up with a manager.

            I cannot concieve of a reason for a man of Hague’s station to be bunking up with someone of a much much more junior rank, without there being some very dodgy reason for it.

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          • Mandelson Procurements says:

            Whats all the fuss about. This is clearly a case of the captain bunking with the cabin boy.Now whats so new about that?

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  51. 96
    perdix says:

    Piss poor, Guido. A 1% drop in the ConHome approval rating! If people don’t believe Hague it’s because of people like you. When will we see your apology to Mr & Mrs Hague?

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  52. 98
    Chinese Whispers on karaoke says:

    No, I’m neva gonna dance again, guilty feet have got no lhythm. Though it’s easy to pletend, I know youl not a fool. Shoud have known betta than to cheat a fliend, the wasted chance I’ve been given. No I neva gonna dance again, the way I dance with youhoohoo, nohawho.

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  53. 101
    Mr Plum says:

    Is guido turning into gordon with his ability to twist statistics he will be saying hagues popularity has dropped a whacking 0% soon

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  54. 105
    Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

    Give it up? Lol, this isn’t going away. It’s nothing to do with homophobia – if Hague had come out years ago as a bisexual, most Brits would have accepted it and judged the man on his ability. As it is, now, he has been subject to blackmail for nearly three decades. His judgment is sub zero after panicking and revealing multiple misscarriages to save his skin. He needs to go. Now, together with all the hypocritical perverts that infest public life. And yes, it IS perverted to have multiple bi rent boys whilst maintaing a sham marriage. Ffion will be the last to know that she is just another in a long line of political beards.

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  55. 107
    David Shayler,sexual orientation=fucked and a spaz says:

    What will you do when all your followers think your a spiteful twat and dessert you?

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    • 223
      Spank Sinatra says:

      Probably offer you a dictionary and teach you the difference between ‘desert’ (as in to leave) and ‘dessert’ (as in a pudding) which you are!

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    • 319
      smoggie says:

      If he stuck a banana in one ear, covered it in custard and a bit of stale cake in the other, smothered in cream and “hundreds and thousands” would his followers believe him if Gu­ido complained of being a trlfle deaf?

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  56. 108
    Lord Envious of Avarice says:

    It’s only gays who shout homophobia surely?

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  57. 116
    Gordon Brown says:

    ploppy ploppy plop plop

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  58. 118
    Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

    That’s why you are posting here, right? To bury it? Keep it up!

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  59. 121
    Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

    LOL

    You can take that one backwords or forwards too!

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  60. 122
    Oldshedder says:

    Stop exaggerating. Half those asked – not half the country. Rod Liddle made a good point in the Sunday Times!

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  61. 125
    bluebell says:

    My concern in all of this is about favoritism, people appointed to public paid positions without obvious qualifications, without a proper selection process – Hague has not answered those questions but chosen to dwell on the apparent “gay” accusation and brought his missus into this as well. I am not in the least interested in the home life of the Hagues, though I bear them no ill will, I am interested only in knowing that people being paid by the public purse are there on merit – and not for any other reason.

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    • 137
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      I was listening to “any answers” on saturday. hardly mentioned as a point, and one caller appeared unable to comprehend a question on this point.

      And the panel … they certainly didnt mention it because half of them were daft spads at some point in their careers. (But at least they probably had some sort of visibility within their party before they got the post)

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    • 297
      smoggie says:

      Nepotist!!!!!!!!

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    • 391
      The Tories are the new Marxist scum says:

      by sacking Myers they feel they have killed off the need to explain why he was being employed. They posted it down the memory hole like the scum Marxist bastards they are.

      Of course, brain damaged Tories can no longer remember that it existed in history, and they can’t understand why there should be a lot of fuss about two men sharing a bedroom “duhh – we used to do it all de time in de Army and at de boarding school – du-huh”.

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  62. 131
    Waster says:

    The Public doubt the word of a politician? There’s a fvcking shock! The public will always think the the worst of the political class, probably because they deserve it, but smearing politicians is very easy to do with the right level of media coverage. Any half-baked rumour will become fact in the public conciousness, if it is talked about enough.

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  63. 135
    Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

    Check out cottaging arrests at public toilets in Beaconsfield when Antonia was a prospective MP…

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    • 149
      Anonymous says:

      That would have emerged years ago if it was true.

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      • 193
        Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

        Rubbish, Blair was ‘the chosen one’ and came from NOWHERE to ruin this country with his Fabian fellow travellers after John Smith ‘mysteriously’ died whilst out hillwalking – funny that, all these deaths on hills and in woods – most of the Beaconsfield and Marelybone evidence has been sanitised by the folks that pick these psychopaths to do their bidding, so don’t expect to read about it in the Mirror or Sun.

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    • 168
      Mr Plum says:

      Just looked this up on wiki, wondered where he got his inspiration for wars

      Beaconsfield has always been one of the safest seats held by the Conservative Party, and a Conservative victory was expected. The real fight was for second place; the Liberal candidate had finished a close third in 1979, and the Alliance was seeking to establish itself as the main challenger to the Conservatives, while Labour fought to defends its position as the main opposition party.

      On a slightly reduced turnout, the result was a win for the Tim Smith, with a fractional increase in the Conservative share of the vote. Tyler increased the Alliance’s share from 17.1% to 26.8%, a significant gain, but still a disappointment when compared with the breakthroughs seen in previous by-elections.

      Labour’s vote was nearly halved from 20.2% in 1979, down to 10.4%, and Blair lost his deposit as his vote was below the 12.5% threshold.

      The relatively good Conservative showing may be partly attributed to the surge in support for the government due to the on-going Falklands War.

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  64. 139
    Polly's Villa in Tuscany says:

    Imagine if Hague had appointed some attractive 25 year old female as his SPAD who was woefully under qualified for such an important job? Then it came out he gave her expensive gifts, and she stayed overnight in the same room with him on a number different occasions. The Guardianistas would have gone berserk and it would be huge news, and evidence of not only infidelity but an incredible lack of judgment for someone in such an important role.

    As it stands no Hague apologist has been able to answer the simple question – WHY was this hugely inexperienced former driver and recent graduate with no apparent foreign policy experience given this important role in the first place. The gifts and room-sharing just make it even more suspicious.

    Can anyone give me an answer??

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  65. 144
    Anonymous says:

    Did William economise by room sharing with other colleagues or was it only young Master Myers who invoked such parsimonious sentiments?

    And why a seperate hotel from the others in the entourage?

    Surely the way to save a few bob was to negotiate a discount for booking a number of rooms in the same hotel?

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  66. 147
    Anonymous says:

    Who cares what he did in that room and with whom?

    Perhaps they got lots of girls in there and had an orgy – that guy was just his spitroast partner – it really don’t matter

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    • 160
      Anonymous says:

      I care.

      Because he subsequently employed him at my expense in a post for which he has no qualifications or experience.

      And he’s lied about it.

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    • 169
      The Foreign Office bike says:

      He can bum who he likes at his own expense, but if he’s bumming a rent boy for 30 grand of taxpayers dosh, he deserves to get fucked…Er, i mean be fucked…Er, sacked.

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  67. 150
    Chasney Hawkes says:

    Looking forward to the end of the ‘Silly Season’.

    What is it with media and the markets during August? Why not just shut down next year? Save some cash and give us all a break (including you Guido).

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  68. 156
    Anonymous says:

    I wonder whether in these straitened times the headmasters of our leading boarding schools might wish to take a leaf out of the Foreign Secretary’s book and consider reducing overheads by having some of their senior pupils share bedrooms with the masters?

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  69. 157
    Greasys says:

    46% of 2 people said it was stork not butter

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  70. 158
    Gordon Brown says:

    Where’s my fan, the hilarious splooot fellow?

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  71. 159
    The Taffia says:

    I’d imagine Ffion has other things on her mind at the moment.

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  72. 163
    Anonymous says:

    One assumes the security services of this and a number of other countries will know all about Mr Hague’s preferences.

    Not ideal really, is it?

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    • 430
      Anonymous says:

      Which explains Hague’s unwavering support for the rogue terrorist state of Israel and support for all the lies and wars in Isreal’s name.

      Like

  73. 165
    Gordon says:

    I booked a twin room in Paris with a mate to reduce costs. Didn’t realise til we got there that it was similar to your photo. Unsurprisingly we still managed not to hump each other.

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  74. 166
    What the butler saw says:

    What did Hudson see with the breakfast tray?

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  75. 167
    Disgusted former admirer says:

    Come off it Guido, your coverage of this story has been an absolute disgrace. You stand condemned by every decent and honest person in this country and if the Hague statement hasn’t served to shut you up I don’t know what will.

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  76. 177
    Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

    Oh, so Sunday editors don’t sit on stories when leaned on?

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  77. 178
    MyLittleChickadee says:

    In this age of austerity it is wonderful to see the millionaire save money by kindly letting his driver share his room. What largesse, and his kindness is even more apparent by giving this unqualified chap a job.

    I hear you say that it does seem odd that he saves £80 on a hotel room, but gives away £35,000 a year of taxpayers money to this chap.

    Never fear, William will raise this money by doing a few operatic concerts alongside 3 of the greatest opera singers with all proceeds going to fund his driver/very special advisor wages.

    Coming to a town near you soon : “The 3 Tenors & the Nine Bob Note.”

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  78. 179
    Derek Slade says:

    He deserves a damn good thrashing!

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  79. 183
    the future says:

    Probably somethinggoing on with Hague…but dreadfuly sad to lose him, he is a great politician and his fundamental to holding the fragile coalition together.
    So if Hague goes – a few homophobes will have won, the coalition will collapse, a rejuvinated labour under millband will win the election.
    And back to labour rule and tory infighting..

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  80. 187
    Hapless taxpayer says:

    Get over it Tories! Hague has been destroyed, not for his sexuality, but his hypocrisy and his arrogance in appointing a young boy with no other attributes than a gay toss of the fringe, and an ability to bunk up with the boss.
    New Government, same old double standards.

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  81. 188
    Angela says:

    Rather than “That leaves over half the country doubting the Foreign Secretary’s words” I think it merely reflects the low esteem in which politicians of any stripe are held. I’ll bet if the poll had asked “Do you believe Hague/Milibandx2/Clegg/Cameron et al when they say they had marmalade for breakfast?” the majority would say “No”.

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  82. 190
    Mrs Muggins Pork Pies Shop says:

    Mrs Muggins Porks Pies Shop can confirm that Guido has a real appetite for pork sausage. Hope this clears everything up.

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  83. 192
    Filthy feckers says:

    Hague is as believable as Rooney.

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  84. 195
    Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

    Precisely.

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  85. 198
    Anonymous says:

    Based on the picture two beds but one matters. Based on this they should have shared a bed.

    Two straight people might share a bed but will a straight person share a bed with a gay or bi? Does any one know whether the young man is straight?

    Do any one know whether Hague shared a bed / room with other special advisers as well?

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  86. 199
    A Feeling of Hague Unease says:

    Guido seemed to be indicating that the Hague story was going to explode in the Sundays. Does anyone know why it hasn’t? Presumably he had good reason to believe that there was more yet to come.

    Though I have zero interest in William Hague’s marital situation, I don’t like the idea that there may be material out there which could, in principle, be used to blackmail Britain’s Foreign Secretary.

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    • 217
      What the butler saw says:

      What did the butler see?

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    • 227
      Tessa Tickles says:

      Given that the coalition government is absolutely dedicated to handing what’s left of Britain to the EU, does it really matter if anyone blackmails the last British Foreign Secretary?

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      • 245
        Foreign control says:

        I am quite sure successive British government’s have been routinely blackmailed (or bribed) into acting against this country’s interests.

        Although for Labour, they’d betray Britain out of principle.

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  87. 202
    Guido McBride says:

    Hehe!

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  88. 207
    Spotty Lizard says:

    You are coming out of this looking very poor indeed. Why don’t you drop this issue while you’re only a little behind?

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  89. 208
    Edukayshon under Balls says:

    Definitely AC/DC e f g!

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  90. 209
    Geoff M says:

    I note that Brokeback Willy Hague, the man who wants the UK flooded with immigrants from Turkey, will not himself be suffering from that (particular) inundation.

    Oh no sirree – he will be emigrating to a ranch in Montana, leaving the rest of us to fend for ourselves in the sharia-law infested future that he and chum Dave want to bequeath us.

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    • 215
      Wavy Davey (my brains are gravy) says:

      You’re some sort of fruitcake or closet racist. That’s all you are. I am heir to Blair. My subservience to Brussels/Strasbourg will take me upwards and onwards.

      Selling out my country is the right thing to do. For me. Fuck the rest of you.

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      • 238
        Caz says:

        Er. Dave Militwit says , Wait a minute! I am the real heir to Bliar.

        I am going to win, I will be the next labour pm. Guess what I’ll do then. Just what tone says – time for the next war – this time ir++a++n!

        Labour’s good at that sort of thing.

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        • 247
          Broekback Dave was there first says:

          “I am the Heir to Blair” – David Cameron

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          • Caz says:

            Nope sorry you are history.

            davemilibliar and edmilibrown have enthusiastically taken on the mantles of their heroes biair and brown.

            There’s no room for cameron there.

            We are about to see the rebirth of the old labour party. I suspect it is going to swing towards the 20th century commie, union dominated, intellectually constipated, model of daveprentiss, whelan and unite.

            I do hope so!!

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          • streamfisher says:

            Does that mean we can now leave Tony alone and throw the bricks at you instead?

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          • Caz says:

            Let’s face it mili-minibliar is the absolute heir to blair.

            And his brother edmilibrown is the crown prince of brown.

            Whichever one wins they’ll take ‘spend spend spend balls as their shadow chancellor.

            Labour are reverting to their early 20th century commie/union roots.

            I think it’s absolutely fascinating to watch this descent into absolute decay!!

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          • Andy Coulson says:

            We’re whiter than white.
            Look at Hague’s bedsheets if you don’t believe me.

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          • Caz says:

            Well hello damian!

            We care about hague’s bedsheets do we?

            Did labour care about brown’s

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          • nell the yokel does stranger things than Hague and his bumchum says:

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    • 229
      Pasha Dave says:

      No, no, no. Flooding Britain with millions more sullen, resentful Muslim immigrants will be great for businesses, property prices and votes.

      We must run our countries solely for the benefit of political-commercial vested interests.

      We are your betters don’t forget, so we know what’s best for you.

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    • 259
      Dhimmi Dave. says:

      How very dare you!

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    • 279
      Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

      You got it. This is a long term plan to destroy Britain, and the same is happening on the USA.

      Like

      • 291
        Caz says:

        Labour destroy Britain?

        bliar or brown have more chance of becoming president of the U+S+A….

        TheUK Labour party is, as we speak, descending into the pit of commie hell.

        daveprentiss, whelan, unison and unite are dragging the labour party back to the early 20th century.

        I really they are going to succeed in their goals.

        Labour will be out of power for generations!!

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    • 355
      P. Doff says:

      I think there are 17 states in America where man can have sex with an animal. In Montana (of all places) a formerly passed law making it illegal for a man to have sex with an animal (take your pick – but cowboy and horse come to mind) was declared unconstitutional by state courts and subsequently removed… As some would holler… Yee-Haw!

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  91. 216
    OiOi says:

    A recent sighting!

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    • 246
      Caz says:

      How disappointing. I thought that might be a sighting of a much rarer animal, ‘gordon lacking his moral compass’

      The rare animal society predicted that he would be seen in the Hoc today. Sadly, despite watchers with long range lenses , he has not been spotted today!

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  92. 221
    gargle says:

    Maybe 54% don’t give a flying fuck.

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  93. 224
    Caz says:

    I would like to have seen a poll asking ‘ Who do you think makes the best Foreign Secretary William Hague or David Miliband?”

    Let’s face it what William did was naive and a significant error of judgement but it doesn’t in any way compare to davemilitwit’s attempts to suck up to the yanks and cover up the FCO’s complicity in torture.

    William is clearly , intellectually, head and shoulders above the infantile militwit. He made a mistake but he has more than paid for it this last week. Unfortunately, Ffion also has had to share the pressure. And that I think is unfair. I really think that it’s time a line was drawn under this issue.

    A much more important question tonight is Where is gordon? He was supposed to appear in the HoC today , at least according to his own spokesperson, and he has yet to be seen.

    I’ve heard rumours that he’s hiding in the HoC loo waiting for the vote on AV to be taken later tonight. When that happens he’s going to shoot out of the loo and vote really quickly and then disappear into the murk of the westminster night.

    What an absolute coward this man is! What happened to that moral compass he kept banging on about?

    Compare ‘run and hide’gordon to stoic Hague who is soldiering on under all this pressure and ask ‘who is the better man?’

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    • 378
      ROFL!!! says:

      “who is soldiering on under all this pressure and ask ‘who is the better man?'”

      You mean Hague has ANOTHER young man he likes to sleep with ???

      Hmm sweetie ???

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    • 398
      They are all criminals says:

      On his recent trip to Japan, William Hague said that he would be speaking for the interests of all the EU – not just the UK.

      Do you not understand? Effectively, we are not a sovereign country any more. It doesn’t actually matter who the foreign secretary is. But this particular garbage DID come out of Gay Bill’s gob.

      Because our politicians have sold us down the river, it should come as no surprise that they are corrupt, and think that they can take a friend on a jolly at the expense of the tax payer.

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  94. 225
    NotW_scumbag says:

    So they shared a duvet ?

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  95. 226
    Fucked up says:

    Police say this is what the MI6 guy’s body was found in:

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  96. 228
    Anonymous says:

    Drop in approval? Hague was on 91% in August, 92% in July, 91% in June, and 92% in May. Call me crazy, but I’m not putting my money on the Tory party faithful tarring and feathering him just yet.

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  97. 230
    the hypocrites would be fucking wetting themselves if it was Labour Ministers & Spin Doctors caught says:

    how much of an idiot do you have to be to believe Coulson knew nothing about how his reporters got their stories ?

    or that there’s nothing wrong with Hague kept sharing a bedroom with his spad many times and taking him abroad at taxpayers expense while buying him expensive gifts ?

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  98. 231
    streamfisher says:

    Isn’t the English language wonderful; “Well Over Half Query Hague”.

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  99. 241
    William Hague. A dignified response says:

    Look at the stains on the marital bedsheet.
    I’m a 14 pinter.
    Do you want to see Ffion’s smear test?

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  100. 254
    streamfisher says:

    FFS! can somebody give Gordon a ‘well’ note or strick him off (he will enjoy that).

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  101. 257
    Liber Archy says:

    This is what the bed looks like at 10:30pm:

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  102. 260
    Engineer says:

    Think this might be a bigger headache for Hague (and the rest of us) than a bit of tittle-tattle.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/iran/7985438/Iran-reported-on-brink-of-nuclear-weapon.html

    Iran is said to have enriched enough Uranium for a viable nuclear weapon.

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  103. 267
    David Laws says:

    I will be standing fully behind William and he can stay with me at this difficult time.

    The rent willl be £40,000 of the taxpayers money please Willy.

    If the taxpayer can afford your Spad they can afford that.

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  104. 268
    Alan Duncan says:

    William Hague is as honest as i am. The ludicrous theory that he would plunder the public purse for his own gratification is absolutely preposterous.
    As i gaze across my manicured lawn, after a fine supper of slave rations, i am horrified that he has been treated like shit.

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    • 272
      Billyboy Hague says:

      I knew I could trust you Alan.
      You always were the strong one when I stayed with you in your flat.

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  105. 280
    chirles says:

    with stats ‘interpretation’ like that, Guido could get a job with leftfootforward

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  106. 282
    Anonymous says:

    Where is Susie gone? Not defending Hague any more.

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    • 322
      Anonymous says:

      She’s gone back to school.

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      • 371
        Susie says:

        Still here. I don’t need to defend Hague, it’s Guido who’s got ‘just back from holiday-panic/am I still a player?’ and is out of touch and flailing around trying to grab headlines (or should that be advertising revenue?).

        Go easy on the Margeaux next year eh?

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  107. 283
    Myers says:

    I’m about to explode

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  108. 298
    Where's Cunty? says:

    Anyone know if McDoom turned up today?

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  109. 305
    Crispin Blunt says:

    William Hague is a straight as I am.

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  110. 312
    Cleaning up politics says:

    O/T

    Five crooks jailed for total of 8 years today for Postal Vote fraud in the 2005 General Election. Named as Khan, Khan, Khan, Rafiq & Sultan, all from Bradfordistan.

    Anybody surprised ? Well, only by the fact that some have been caught and jailed.

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  111. 318
    Caz says:

    I really love maryriddel;s support of balls.

    ballsmania she calls it

    He’s going to spend us into perfidy.

    100’s of thousands of litter picking jobs

    100’s of thousands of fridge police jobs and on and on……..

    According to balls – properly educated people really don’t want to do anything worthwhile do they? – they just want to take up ballsy’s non jobs!!!

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    • 347
      Rip Van Winkle says:

      Just one line of questioning I’d like to put to Balls.

      ‘The debt doesn’t atter, is that what you are saying, Mr Balls? Well, if that’s the case, go borrow £1.5 trillion and repay every personal debt and mortgage outstanding in the UK. It would solve everything, wouldn’t it Mr Balls? Recapitalise the bank, ensure a debt free personal sector and restore the ‘health’ of the housing and retail sector’

      Well, if debt doesn’t matter, what’s the problem?

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  112. 326
    David Laws says:

    William Hague is a straight as I am.

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  113. 329
    Johnny says says:

    I find that photo and the article it was for hilarious. The beds were pushed together for the purposes of illustration and they at least admit this. You can see the indentations in the carpet where one of the beds used to be.

    Don’t care about Hague’s sexuality. Do care about how nepotism seems to have landed a pal of his a comfortable job for no apparent reason, a job that perhaps wasn’t supposed to be (if the limit on SpAds is to be adhered to) and looks like it might not get re-occupied.

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    • 331
      as hilarious as this ? says:

      Other campaign staffers stayed in separate more modest hotels while Mr Myers shared a bedroom with the millionaire Hague on at least a half dozen occassions.

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      • 348
        Unsworth says:

        Source?

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        • 351
          FFS says:

          Take a WILD fucking guess you idiot.
          What blog are you on just now ?

          “Other campaign staffers stayed in separate more modest hotels and sources suggest that this was not a one off instance.”

          None of which has been denied by or questioned by CCHQ.

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          • What was Myers paid ? says:

            The Spad pay grade might start at around £30,000 but it goes all the way up to around £67,000.

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          • Unsworth says:

            I’m not asking you to repeat something you may or may not have ‘read’ – what’s the source and, for that matter, how credible is it?

            See ‘sources suggest’, FFS.

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          • equity abhors a Maxim says:

            Never suffered an ocular Spoonerism before, but I read that first as a ‘Spad gay prade’. They could have their own float during Pride.

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          • keep wriggling Mongsworth, you'll soon have your tongue all the way up Hague's arse says:

            See – None of which has been denied by or questioned by CCHQ

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          • Unsworth says:

            How much of a fucking moron are you? Do you seriously believe that each and every unproven rumour or allegation has to be denied or questioned by CCHQ?

            So, everyone’s guilty until proved otherwise eh?

            Fucking stroll on. Which part of the Stasi are you?

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        • 354
          Hmmm???! says:

          Why did Hague give Myers expensive gifts and why was it always him in the bed all those times and never any of the other staffers who all travelled with Hague and found cheap single accomodation as is the norm ?

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    • 362
      Anonymous says:

      Is this what all the Cons in government do ? Fuck me!

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  114. 335
    Alan Duncan says:

    I William was gay he would surely have noticed it when he stayed in a flat with me.

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  115. 337
    perfectly innocent says:

    Hague just likes hiring gay SpAds and sleeping with them.

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  116. 341
    grobdj says:

    Did anyone care to ask the public about their confidence in Foreign Secretaries Margaret Beckett, Jack Straw or David Milliband? Did they do anything to reduce the threat from Iran? These lily-livered twits didn’t even freeze Mugabes bank accounts, because he kept muttering something about gays in the British Government, keep your eye on the ball Guido

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  117. 349
    Damaged Goods says:

    Hague is now a political punchline again.
    Like Prescott was and like Hague used to be during his brief disasterous time as Conservative leader. Even the baseball cap looks good judgement compared to this.

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  118. 350
    White Van Man says:

    Have you seen the BBC News at 10pm main headline on BBC1, the fucking blatantly biased bastards!

    I keep saying it, and I’ll say it again, the BBC needs flushing out and taking in hand and damn quick.

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  119. 352
    13eastie says:

    Guido Fawkes, alumnus of the Brown College of Tractors and Statistics.

    “On whether it was right to share a room a slim majority (43% to 42%) think not.”

    This must be one of those Brokeback Majorities, Guido!

    (At least you kicked Victoria Derbyshire’s arse – she only managed to ask half as many questions as you did).

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  120. 357
    Lord Seb Coe says:

    William has my full brokebacking. He was there for me.

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  121. 360
    Bub says:

    What a pathetic play on words Guido, you truly have lowered yourself to the excrement of NotW and other smear mongers. Sickening to see politics relegated to the sad muppet homophobes of the establishment.

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    • 365
      grobdj says:

      The man who cannot admit his mistakes limits the rest of his life to a shallower existence

      Like

    • 366
      Lib, Lab, Con - go to hell says:

      Fuck off back to the Grauniad or the Mail then. It’s hard to know what people like you are these days other than “sickened”, “offended” and “appalled” in equal measure and bizarrely completely unjustifiably so.

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  122. 368
    Suicide pollster says:

    What the British people need are more psychos willing to take out these thieves and charlatans.
    No money, but a nation’s enduring respect.

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  123. 370
    Bazz says:

    Doomed I tell you, Doomed aye Doomed

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  124. 374
    Thus The Future Was Spoken says:

    The Tories are slowly realising that this could be a one term wonder.

    Idiots gambled everything to get into power after so long without looking at the big picture, people are becoming more and more fed up of the big three and the EU wants to increase it’s control and weaken them.

    People didn’t trust you enough even after 13 years of Nazi Labour to hand you a straight victory and now months after getting in it starts already, tip of the iceberg just like Labour and you expect people to hand you another five years?

    Three party rule days in the HOC are numbered.

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    • 409
      Nobody agrees with Nick about very much these days says:

      Dave’s biggest mistake was go into Coalition with the LibDems.He should have left them and Brown to it and let Labour sort out the shit that they had created …OR if the other two were unable to get together he should have formed a minority government and dared anyone to vote down his budget then go to the country in October.For all their hubris Labour would be shitting themselves in case they actually won the election and had to start being serious about sorting the mess out that they’d left behind

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      • 412
        jgm2 says:

        Oh no they wouldn’t. They’d just continue to blame the banks and the yanks and then print themselves another 200bn quid to pay the civil service. Just like they did last year.

        And they’d do the same thing the following year. And the year after that. And the year after that. Because it was ‘the right thing to do’ no doubt. And a ‘future fair for al’l. And ‘the hard-working families.’

        It’d be full-on Mugabenomics – all cheered to the rafters by the BBC.

        Five years of breathing space while Labour clears out its idiots is what is required. 25 would be better. 105 years would be better still.

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  125. 386
    Jimmy says:

    “Query Hague”

    I see what you did there.

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  126. 387
    Arse sucking filth says:

    And Hague was taking the filthy retarded worthless faggot, Christopher Myers, (at taxpayers expense) to countries where buggery rightly carries the death penalty.

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/top-stories/2010/09/06/william-hague-took-aide-christopher-myers-on-trip-to-afghanistan-before-appointing-him-115875-22540958/

    William Hague is a filthy evil corrupt pervert. He is an unholy sodomite destined for Hell. I bet he can’t wait for the rug-muncher Clinton to put on a strap-on and bum him till bab comes out of his mouth.

    This coalition government is a nest of corrupt evil depraved filth. It is an affront to God and needs to be smited and burned in pits like rats.

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  127. 388

    i cant help but find that your posts regarding this issue are drenched in a thinly-veiled homophobia. get over it.

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  128. 394
    notravingrightorloonyleft says:

    I just hope they were both responsible adults and used a CONDEM.

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  129. 396
    Anthony Charles Lynton Blair says:

    Somebody said a guy called Charles Lynton got done for gross indecency with another man in Marylebone over 25 years ago……..

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  130. 404
    Committee on Standards in Public Life says:

    It is ridiculous to criticise Guido for pursuing Hague on this… the heart of the issue is whether Myers’ unusual and improbable appointment was made by Hague to facilitate an affair – by allowing them to travel and work together – all on the taxpayer’s shilling. It wouldn’t be easy having a discreet relationship if you are the Foreign Secretary as every minute of your day is timetabled, so why not bring your lover inside? In other words, the issue is a serious abuse of office – not being gay, not even having an affair or unhappy marriage. The only reason the issue hasn’t gone fully nuclear is that no-one in the mainstream media broke the story, so they are sniffy about Guido beating them to it and fretful that ‘internet rumours’ are showing up how feeble they are as news hounds.

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  131. 413
    Anonymous says:

    A drop in support, from 92% to 91%? That’s desperate, Guido, and as statistically insignificant as you are right now.

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  132. 414
    wot's going on? says:

    Just switched on ITV and there’s no GMTV. Just some fat brummy bloke and a fake tanned thick bird glued onto him. Then Kate Garraway made a guest appearance as the entertainment specialist. Followed by an incomprehensible weather forecast looking through a leaded window.

    What’s happened?

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  133. 417
    Mandy likes boys says:

    Guido this really is poor and an error of judgment by yourself. . I’m thinking of publishing a story based on “sources” who suggest that you have sex with animals, and I’ll keep pushing it eventually until the masses beLIEve me.

    See how it works? Admit you fucked this up and let it go.

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    • 433
      shame the facts don't support little willie and his CCHQ lickspittles says:

      Hague slept in a hotel room several times with an inexperienced young male staffer he later hired in a plum job at the taxpayers expense – Fact

      Hague flew the staffer around the world at the taxpayers expense – Fact

      See how it works ? You fuck up and the only scum willing to ignore and excuse your trangressions are sniveling spineless Conservative Party hacks and worms.

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  135. 420
    smoggie says:

    Brown has got some furious re-scribbling to do if he’s going to eclipse Tone’s Tome. Riots at book signings, the Met advising cancellation in case of overcrowding: this is a publisher’s wet dream.

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  136. 431
    Theres a bad smell coming from westmister and it niffs of corruption says:

    So banker Steven Green to become trade minister,

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  137. 434
    Religious extreme right says:

    By God when we get back into power, and we will. We will take these twisted perverts and flay them alive on the cross. Behold the second coming of the Inquisition.God is good God is great. Hail the holy Roman church. Death to everyone else.

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    • 446
      Secular Oldham, Bradford, Luton, Burnley says:

      Yes, Britain is in imminent threat of becoming a Christian theocracy.

      Thank God we’ve got the secular left to protect us from violent, repressive, backward religion.

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  138. 435
    David Laws says:

    Hague can shack up with me any time.

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  139. 439
    Forensics Dept says:

    Guido has a picture of a dick going up a bum. Forensics have checked it out and concluded it is a gay cock and a gay bum. Case closed Hague is a fag.

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  140. 441
    David Laws says:

    Gays are downloading William Hague’s voice to their SatNavs – they say it has a nice ring to it.

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  141. 444
    Cited for divorce says:

    Boo hoo sob sniff me uterus is all over the internet wahhhhhhhhh

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  142. 445
    jgm2 says:

    OT

    In other news Labour demonstrate that they were indeed trying to pull the same trick again on the LibDems as they did in 1997. Yet again they reneged on their manifesto commitment to AV.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-11192939

    What a bunch of lying liars eh? Suddenly whining because, oh fuck me, fair voting would ‘says the changes would affect Labour-supporting areas.

    What a bunch of disingenuous lying liars eh?

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      If you think that’s bad, just imagine the bleating that will come from the Liebour benches when the boundaries are revised and postal voting restricted to cut fraud…

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        I am Sick says:

        The louder the socialists squeal, the more you know you are doing the right thing. But for heavens sake, why, oh why, oh why, are the tories not taking out senior BBC people? Thompson should have been called in with an either or ultimatum, months ago.

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      Engineer says:

      It has been interesting (well, not really) listening to Jack the Staw whipping himself into a froth of indignation over the “attempted gerrymandering” of the proposals to equalise constituency sizes by elector numbers. Labour, of course, would never do anything for an unfair advantage, would they Jack?

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        damp squib says:

        the boundary changes will most likely net the tories 10 seats, lose labour 5 and lose the liberals 10 with the rest being no change

        hardly the earthquake some of the spinners are pretending

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        jgm2 says:

        What could be fairer than equal-sized constituencies?

        Why should the Isle of Wight (electorate 100K) have the same number of MPs as the Isle of Lewis (electorate 20K).

        Isn’t that just a teeny bit unfair Jack?

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    Anonymous says:

    Excellent news from today’s papers : Customers at supermarkets have been collecting Blair’s book in their trolleys and hiding it among the rolls of toilet paper. What a perfectly marvellous idea.
    This afternoon, at Asda, I shall be “doing my bit”. Any chance of this going “viral”? What about it you guys?

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  144. 453
    Pork Swords says:

    William Hague a boil looking for a lancing

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    Billy Hague says:

    I walked into the local doctors surgery and punched him in the face. He said ‘What the hell did you do that for?’
    ‘That’s for saying my wife has a lovely fanny!’ I shouted.
    ‘No, you twat!’ Said the doctor, ‘I said she had acute angina!

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  146. 457
    Neil Kinnock says:

    Oi oi Boyo’s what’s all this about Hague being a Bender ?

    We have Max Boyce and we love him dearly.

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  147. 460
    Tony Blair says:

    O Lord its hard to be humble
    When I’m perfect in every way.

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  149. 464
    Neil Kinnock says:

    All you English are Gay anyway , we’ve known it for years.

    Oh yeah before you English say the oh so predictable.

    The Welsh say… We Shag ‘em … You Eat ‘em!

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  150. 478
    Brechdan Ironrede says:

    Just publishing one figure (46%) is misleading. You have to give the Yes, No and Don’t Know figures or it’s meaningless.
    I read this article (which was “hidden away” in full view) and IIRC there was a thumping great Don’t Know vote associated with the 46% figure. I can’t check this because the ST is now electronically invisible.

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    Batty Hattie Harmanescu says:

    There was an MP, Tory I think, who constantly found himself having to dismiss suggestions he was gay. About 10-15 years ago he was found sharing a hotel room in France with another man. His excuse – they were saving money by sleeping in one room.

    Didn’t convince anyone then, and doesn’t convince most people now. Think he lost a court case over it. I wonder can anyone remember his name?

    I really don’t care what Hague’s sexual orientation is, but for his own sake, and ours he needs to accept that it will all come out in the end, and be much worse when it does. In the meantime he needs to understand, that what most people object to is not the possibility he may be gay, but that he is lavishing a well paid job and hospitaltiy on a young man with no relevant qualifications or experience at public expense.

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  152. 482
    Chris Myers says:

    I stripped my shorts off for William and he pulled me towards him. His fly was open and he had his small Yorkshire cock out, it was very hard though and leaking pre-cum. William put his big Yorkshire hands around me and cupped both cheeks of my ass and worked them up and down all the time pulling me on and off his Yorkshire chopper. He yanked on my Insecure penis with his big Yorkshire hands and made me cum intensely. When I had recovered from my amazing cum he gently put his hands on my shoulders pushing me down. I have got a B.A so I knew what he wanted: I kneeled down some and looked up into his gloomy Yorkshire eyes as I opened my inviting mouth and wrapped my fragile lips around his small but hard-ish Yorkshire cock and sucked him tenderly into me. I guess he was too horny because he came in my silken mouth in about ten gorgeous sucks. He came and he came and I swallowed all his Yorkshire cum. THERE, SAID IT!

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  153. 483
    Ffion loves anal says:

    Fudge-packer.

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  154. 487
    Cockney Geezer says:

    I notice this weekend that a change to extradition rules is being drawn up to make it harder to extradite people.

    Do we have an extradition treaty with Bahrain?

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  155. 488
    Shit stabber says:

    Dirty northern bastard

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  156. 491
    William Gaygue says:

    I can’t keep this up much longer

    I miss my chwissie

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