January 18th, 2011

Mandy’s Krafty Deal

Guido was the first to report the rumour that Mandy is eyeing up some sort of role with Lazards and according to the FT the investment bank has not denied the speculation. Still one good turn deserves another – Lazards advised Kraft about their controversial buying of Cadbury, something the government didn’t block…

Guess who was the Business Secretary at the time…


221 Comments

  1. 1
    Gordon Brown says:

    ME

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  2. 2
    Apophrasz-Ra says:

    Sure you spelled it right? Lizards would be more apt…

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  3. 3
    Kered Ybretsae says:

    Another Luxurious Lefty going to a different trough,

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  4. 4
    Incitatus says:

    Isn’t Mandy giving the Mediterranean sign for “Sit on this”?

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  5. 5
    Anonymous says:

    Funny, for a second there I thought you claimed to be a libertarian.

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  6. 6
    Tom Tomos says:

    Troff troff!!

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  7. 9
    NeverRed says:

    Jail is the only place this vermine should be going.

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  8. 11
    ALAN JOHNSON MP says:

    Peter bent over backwards to secure this job

    it was the right thing to do

    or The shite ring of pooh !

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  9. 13
    George Osborne says:

    What a disgusting oik!
    Not the sort of chap one would go yachting with.

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  10. 15
    Anonymous says:

    Wouldn’t it be great if somebody at Lazard’s was stupid enough put in an email the link between the Cadbury’s deal going ahead and Mandy getting a bung, sorry, job?

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  11. 17
    Bill Quango MP says:

    Tony said he’s very relaxed about Peter getting filthy rich.

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    • 24
      Mandy is pure evil says:

      I’m very relaxed about Tony hopefully eventually getting a prolonged and painful cancer.

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      • 219
        Terry Allen says:

        Don’t fret too much & get the blood pressure up; its not worth the agro, the wicked old devil has got to die some time or another. Let’s all hope its sooner than later – good riddance to Mandy

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  12. 18
    funny business says:

    “Guess who was the Business Secretary at the time…”

    Yeah, remind us what sort of business that was.

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  13. 20
    Dark Lord of the Sith Mandelcunt says:

    This is a disgraceful slur on my good character!!!

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  14. 22
    Mandy is pure evil says:

    If anyone knows some cancer cells that are looking for a job, can you please advise them to alight on Mandy’s lungs or throat?

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  15. 29
    Gordon Brown says:

    Mummy says if I learn to do plop plop in the toilet room, then I can have a bottle of fizzy lemon with my din dins. Yay!

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  16. 31
    Laurie Penny says:

    I want someone to write my book for me. I’ll pay £500 for 6 months work. Sorry but I can’t afford any more than that.

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    • 33
      Mike from Portsmouth says:

      I’ll pay you £500 for 6 months work.
      You won’t even have to get out of bed.

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    • 37
      Chocolate Fingers says:

      Watch the Penny’s and the inherited millions of pounds will take care of themselves. Miserable Labour rich bitch.

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  17. 34
    Steve Miliband says:

    Please give him his full title:

    Greed Led Lord Mandelson

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  18. 35
    Anonymous says:

    What a vile creature.
    Sweary words don’t do the Hunt justice.

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  19. 36
    And the wind cries, Mary says:

    Surely the coalition will do something about this blatent abuse of office, won’t they?

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  20. 39
    Red Eddie says:

    Listened a bit to PM earlier. Eddie Mair is a right annoying prick. Is he another Labour toad?

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  21. 40
    A proctologist says:

    I would hope that he would never shit thicker than snare wire but I think in his case, tanker mooring rope would suffice.

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  22. 42
    Lord Mandelson says:

    Arse drippings to you all.

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  23. 43
    Bad Al Campbell says:

    Gisa job.

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    • 65
      Engineer says:

      Contact Laurie Penny.

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    • 72
      Bill Quango MP says:

      You’re on Question Time this week.
      With Galloway.

      I hope Job centre plus amend both your benefits this week.
      Part-time work is still work, despite what Penny Dreadful thinks.

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  24. 44
    Digging for victory says:

    Never mind this crap. Why is the Cabinet Secretary witholding vital papers concerning the Iraq war? Who is he protecting, and why?

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    • 45
      jgm2 says:

      The yanks.

      Cos they’ll kill him if he doesn’t (withhold the papers).

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    • 50
      stun says:

      Statism and the need to retain the Politics of Fear, I’d wager. For O’Donnell to have actually spoken out about GB’s loonier behavioural tendencies, the excesses must have been truly mind-buggering. Shill for the civil-service-building NuLab lot. Salaries and numbers in employment of the box-tickers rose enormously, as did his power as a result. What was there for Gus not to like?

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    • 51
      Julian oh, and Sandy says:

      Wikileaks awaits.

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  25. 46
    P. Mandevilson, the Eminence Greasy says:

    Haven’t the rich suffered enough ??

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  26. 48
    Believe it or not, the ECHR has done something useful says:

    For once they’ve made a ruling that makes sense. Naomi Campbell is an odious, egomaniacal bully.

    The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that the Daily Mirror’s freedom of expression was violated by the legal costs it had to pay when it lost a privacy case brought by Naomi Campbell. In 2004, the Law Lords found the paper had breached the supermodel’s privacy in an article about her drug addiction. The ECHR ruled that the £1m costs the paper had to pay, which were partly lawyers’ “success fees”, were too much. The Mirror will now have to discuss compensation with the government. The government is already considering changes to the system after a review by Lord Justice Jackson in 2010 recommended lawyers in “no win, no fee” civil cases should no longer have a “success fee” paid by the defendants, but should get a share of damages. At the time he said the system was not benefiting the public, with fees to lawyers sometimes amounting to more than 1,000% of damages. The report suggested a 25% limit on the share of damages paid to lawyers in a successful claim.

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    • 71
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      All the MSM deserve to be shit on from a gteat height frequently and often until they stop breaking the law and start researching stories properly. This is yet another reason why the UK should give the EU the two fingers of scorn and derision. It worked at Agincourt, Waterloo, Ypres and Al Alamein, it’ll work again in Brussels. A’ Basse le boche et La Francaise!

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      • 77
        jgm2 says:

        I thought the story was true – she just claimed it violated her privacy. Which it probably did. But not a million quids worth of privacy.

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  27. 49
    fartinatrance says:

    I feel sorry for all those Cadbury workers in Keynsham who were deluded enough to vote for Dan Norris hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!

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  28. 53
    Grumpy Old Man says:

    Nice one Guido, back to form. Keep on smiting the ungodly.

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  29. 55
    Engineer says:

    Well, Lord Mandelson, are the country’s economic woes still all the fault of the bankers, then?

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    • 60
      Baron Mandelson of Foy in the County of Herefordshire and of Hartlepool in the County of Durham says:

      Yes. That’s why i’ve decided to lend my expertise to assuring all our futures.
      Now, isn’t it past your bedtime?

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      • 68
        Engineer says:

        Think there’s a typo in that. ‘…all our…’ should surely read ‘…my…’.

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        • 90
          Baron Mandelson of Foy in the County of Herefordshire and of Hartlepool in the County of Durham says:

          Your future is my future.
          My good friend George told me that while we were tossing upon the ocean wave.

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          • Engineer says:

            Your future is preferably as far from any political influence and the levers of power as possible. My future, and that of the country, might look a little brighter if that could be so.

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          • Baron Mandelson of Foy in the County of Herefordshire and of Hartlepool in the County of Durham says:

            And as my bum levers itself into yet another rewarding seat, your arse is in the coalition’s hands.
            Whose future looks the brightest?

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          • Engineer says:

            I am far happier about the future of my seat than yours. Especially if the coalition’s plans for Lords reform come to fruition.

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          • Doc Willoughby says:

            Don’t hold your breath.
            At your age, it could be fatal.

            No charge.

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          • Engineer says:

            Just as well. Offering advice of that standard, your invoice would have been returned anyway.

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          • Anonymous says:

            But surely Dave upholds your free access to the NHS?

            He believes in it.

            Don’t you?

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          • Engineer says:

            NHS costs £110 billion a year. That’s £1800 for each and every man, woman and child in the UK. Oh, and they charge you for prescriptions as well. And car-parking.

            Bargain? Er, no.

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          • AC1 says:

            Free Access to the NHS????

            I pay a shit load though taxes and get shite service from those who like to pretend to be dedicated and caring but always seem to be
            a) chatting
            b) gossipping
            c) on the computer

            The NHS is shit. Scrap it.

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          • South of the M4 says:

            No prescription or hospital car park charges in Wales. This is, after all, the United Kingdom.

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          • smoggie says:

            May your hemorrhoids burst, your Lordship.

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  30. 57
    Tony B Liar says:

    I’ve made £60m since 2007. And I owe it all to tens of thousands of dead Iraqis and British troops. Thank you.

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  31. 59
    Gordon Brown says:

    I never lied.

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  32. 61
    HenryV says:

    The thing is those from the lower orders who vote for Liebore never no this sort of stuff goes on. Oh well.

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    • 64
      Alan Duncan says:

      Thank Christ those affluent middle class dwellers from my neck of the woods, recognise an honest Parliamentarian.

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      • 215
        dothemaths says:

        Those affluent middle class dwellers from your neck of the woods are very pissed off about the amount of job losses recently in the area and are on the look out for their honest parliamentarian so that they can give him a damned good kicking. Either that or they want their lawnmower back:)

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    • 74
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      Know, dear boy. A good line ruined by a Labour education.

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    • 85
      Lord Mandelson of Hartlepool says:

      Thank fuck Labour voters are so thick.

      I rely on them to keep voting for me.

      If it wasn’t for their votes I would have fuck all to do with them, obviously.

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  33. 66
    Hugh Janus says:

    Well well, old Mandelslime, Lord of the Rings, has weaseled his way into a well-paid non-job with Lazards. It’s obviously pay-back time.

    It’s not as though he didn’t screw enough cash out of us while he was with the EU – is he still being given taxpayers’ money for ‘resettlement’? If so, perhaps it’s time that particular gravy train hit the buffers (preferably with him strapped to the front of it, trousers down and tackle out….).

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  34. 76
    Henry II says:

    Who will rid me of this turbulent politician?

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  35. 78
    Anonymous says:

    Cheese and chocolate, and banking.

    Couldn’t imagine Mandy pursuing any other course of action to be honest.

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  36. 81
    Tapestry says:

    The One World Government is a partnership between multinational corporations and supranational political entities, such as central bankers and centralised military power. Mere national companies are mincemeat, to be troughed by the giants.

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  37. 83
    Mandy says:

    You’re all jealous of my insight into the world of banking.

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  38. 89
    Bill Quango MP says:

    Need good slogans to market an Order-Order T/shirt
    {Loads left after Xmas. Need to flog some to Fawkes.}

    Guido Fawkes:

    “It’s Window lickin’ good”
    “No I.P. No Comment”
    “Because I’m Worthless”
    “Let your fingers do the stalking”
    “Carlsberg don’t do blogs..and they’d be f*ckin annoyed if it was anything like this”
    “The new playtime 24 hour gurgle. Licks and separates”
    “Reach out and torch someone.”
    “4ks-4-U”

    any more?

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  39. 92
    NotW_Scumbag says:

    Mandy : bent in name and bent by nature.

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  40. 95
    Oily Vaz says:

    What’s good for the goose is good for the gander. In my illustrious position as Chairman of the Home Affairs Committee, I have introduced a bill to the Commons proposing changing the rules on succession. It will be debated in May. It means that any Pakistani relation or friend of mine will inherit my most important job. I’ll arrange that they can continue with my tradition of putting silk cushions on expenses.

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  41. 104
    josh says:

    Answer: Billys rectum.

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  42. 105
    Benny Brogan is a SLAG says:

    I haven’t read anything that made me laugh on here for weeks.

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    • 110
      Engineer says:

      Go somewhere else, then.

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      • 117
        Benny Brogan is a SLAG says:

        You keep telling people to do that and your figures are down . Why would you wish to self-destruct?

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    • 113
      pula poops says:

      You come here for a laugh? You poor deluded fuckwit.

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    • 137
      nell says:

      There’s not much to laugh about at the moment.

      Labour did a runner and left us a £trillion ( & growing) in debt. £40k per household as of today.

      gordon’s frantically combing the world for a lucrative, world leader job that’ll feed his oversized ego and mandy and bliar are raking in £millions from fools and idiots that think they’re worth employing.

      And the rest of us are left to raise children with their legacy, rising fuel costs (diesel 132p per litre) , rising energy costs (up 10%) and rising food costs (up 8%) .

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      • 144
        Francis Maude says:

        Luckily, we have a new government that pledges to bring the previous crooks to account.
        Happy daze!

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        • 158
          nell says:

          Previous crooks? like uddin? Apparently not – she is not only NOT going to be prosecuted for troughing £90k for claiming expenses for a house owned by her brother in law and a further £90k for expenses she claimed for that empty flat in maidstone, but she is also saying she has no intention of paying any of it back.

          It has all gone into that marble palace in bangle land.

          That’s the past troughers. What about the current one’s?! And yes they are still there in all parties!!!

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          • Norman Arse says:

            Well we all know why that c’unt hasn’t been prosecuted.

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          • nell says:

            Well do we? Sorry I don’t know why.

            She’s female. true there are no prosecutions apparently pending for women mp’s although maybe moran will be one soon!

            She’s muslim. true there are no prosecutions apparently pending for women HoL members.

            She’s labour………and on and on

            Or maybe she’s just corrupt, dishonest, troughing……..nothing to do with politics or religion just flawed like loads of others of all colours Hmm??!!

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      • 146
        Righty Right Wing (Mrs) says:

        +1

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      • 147
        Anonymous says:

        Yes, but we now have a government that will sort that lot out…..oh, ok we haven’t. But we have good weather, oh…., ok, but we can get a pay rise, oh…., ok, but our kids are well educated, oh…., ok, but if we need to go into hospital we know we will get well looked after, oh……. bugger. A lot of damage done by Brown – and Camo and Clegg get the blame. You are right *uck all to laugh about.

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    • 143
      grobdj says:

      Laugh at small commercial landlords with empty units. Grodon Browns Empty property rates are back, 100% tax on any rateable value over £2600. We’ve filed the Demolition Notice

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      • 153
        Bill Quango MP says:

        Is there anything under £2,600?
        That’s around 400ft.

        Not many offices or business units, even converted village houses, under that size.

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  43. 111
    Labour's true colours says:

    Laurie Penny, Chuka Umunna, Polly Toy Bee, George Galloway, Margaret Moran, Gordon Brown, Damien McBride, Shahid Malik, David Chaytor, Eric Illsley, Tony Blair, Slotgob, Bad Al, Mandy, Jo Moore, Jim Devine, Jacqui Smith, Geoff Hoon, Margaret Beckett, Keith Vaz, Sadiq Khan, Denis Skinner, Tom Watson.

    Christ on a fucking bike, how can one party have SO many utterly reprehensible, morally bankrupt and crooked c’unts??

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    • 162
      Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

      Add Ruth Kelly to the list

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    • 168
      nell says:

      What about uddin, prezza, kinnochio, the carrot topped one, the member for corby and ne northants( who spent £40k on a one bed flat in london with all the furniture ending up in corby)…………………………………………….etc??!!

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  44. 112
    Gordon Brown says:

    I like golden showers.

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  45. 118
    When Irish eyes are smiling.... says:

    Brian Cowen survives vote of confidence!

    Well, that turned out fine then.

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  46. 122
    streamfisher says:

    Will next wickileaks expose some of these Krafty buggers?

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  47. 124
    Righty Right Wing (Mrs) says:

    Thank God his request for a Maserati official car was turned down when he was an EU Commissioner.

    He could have ruined the brand for those that have earned the right to such luxury & style.

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  48. 131
    roman says:

    I read that as Mandy getting a job with Lizards – damn appropriate, I thought.

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  49. 136
    Reds Under The Bed says:

    If Julian Assange wants to earn some respect from the Brits – he should let his hackers loose on the trail of Mandy’s filthy secrets. He’s definitely due another fall from grace.

    Third time lucky and it could be straight to the Scrubs and do not pass go. And it would serve the smarmy git right if the other lags REFUSED to bugger him in the showers.

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  50. 140
    The last quango in paris says:

    I saw Mandy once in 2004 where he boarded a b a flight to stay in luxury at parrot cay in the Turks and Caicos ( he claimed to be there for ‘work’ but the people he was staying with did not look like workers to me! Anyway as he boarded his plane he feather his head on an overhead locker x

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    • 142
      The last quango in paris says:

      Sorry that shoUld read 2003

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    • 155
      Bill Quango MP says:

      He did what to who?

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    • 157
      ALAN JOHNSON MP says:

      OK i’ll ask the feckin question !
      What was he doing in an Indian head dress ?

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      • 160
        streamfisher says:

        Why Indian?, maybe just an impromptu Carmen Miranda impersonation with a bowl of fruit on his head.

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      • 163
        nell says:

        In dia and Ch ina are not in recession.

        If mandy was associating himself with In dia he was trying to convince potential lucrative employers that he has high level contacts with countries liike In dia to make them loadsamoney!!

        Amusing , isn’t it?? that labourites are really all about making loadsamoney for themselves eg the kinnochios, brown looking for a world leader’s job, bliar, mandy, alastairc.

        And labour actually are not really about a decent education for the masses, or social justice or dignity and fairness for the elderly ( even though they try and say that is their real focus!! ) What a CON!!!

        Let’s not forget bobcrow and his luxury pad in cuba with his cuban servants!!

        Oh yes labour really believes in social justice and equality.

        As long as it doesn’t apply to them!!!

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        • 171
          NOT ON YOUR NELLIE says:

          What are you on grandma ?

          it is red indians wot wear head dresses and they live in America
          no body mentioned India or China or millitwit or twotson or kinokio
          please read the words before commenting

          #thank you !

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          • nell says:

            Oh Dear. Labour education again!!

            You don’t know the difference between Indi ans from the Indi an sub continent and red indians from Am erica!!

            They are both superior to you!

            You poor idiot!!!

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          • NOT ON YOUR NELLIE says:

            look just piss off to bed you boring old soak

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    • 205
      Mr Slater's Parrot says:

      K-SKRAAAAWWKK!!! (cuttle) (blush)

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  51. 141
    Baron Mandelson of Foy in the County of Herefordshire and of Hartlepool in the County of Durham says:

    Ya Boo Sucks! Catch me if you can, ordinary plebs.
    I’m in the big boy’s club now, and we look after our own.

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    • 166
      nell says:

      Mandy, bliar and uddin travelling round the med in a luxury yacht once owned by onassis!!!

      Paid for by the british taxpayer!

      Yes it did happen!!!

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      • 173
        NOT ON YOUR NELLIE says:

        The yacht was owned by Oleg Deripaska an aluminium baron
        not funded by the british taxpayer and i dont think Blair or uddin were on it either

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        • 177
          nell says:

          Sorry I don’t think the onassis yacht was ever owned , or is now owned by deripaska.

          Where did you get that idea from??!!

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  52. 156
    Ratsniffer says:

    Speaking of the previous administration…just watched pesto’s analysis of the banking crisis. Just one thing missing: interviews from anyone from the last government…especially the former prime minister to explain how he saved the world. What an oversight.

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    • 164
      streamfisher says:

      An Iron Curtain has descended around Kirkcaldy.

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      • 210
        Desperate Dan says:

        The Labour Lords think MPs would have to work too hard if their number was cut. If that were true how come Miliband, Brown et al are scrabbling around trying to find well paid sinecures for themselves. They obviously haven’t got enough to do.

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  53. 161
    Sir Lord Peter Mandy says:

    “A finger o’ Fudge is just enough to give your kids a treat.”

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  54. 165
    Joss Ayinglike says:

    Had enough of Mandelson…We’ve ‘de-camped’ over here

    http://order-order.com/2011/01/18/quote-of-the-day-357/#comment-841734

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  55. 169
    nell says:

    http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/b4ae61a2-2348-11e0-b6a3-00144feab49a.html#axzz1BQmcxicD

    The Chilcott Inquiry has been banned from publishing bliar/bush communications prior to his appearance at the Chilcot Inquiry on Friday.

    Well there can be no greater proof of bliar’s guilt than that can there?!!!

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    • 170
      nell says:

      What’d I say??

      We protecting bliar from truth are we??!!

      Why??!!

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      • 175
        streamfisher says:

        Goldsmith v Blair, one of them is got to be lying (or possibly both about different things).

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        • 180
          nell says:

          Roll on Friday. I want to see bliar grilled again about the Iraq War.

          And I hope there are lots of family from our lads who died out there because of his self-serving decisions!!!!

          I have not doubt in my mind that he went to war in Ir aq because he thought the aftermath of the war would make him a lucrative job, when he left no10, giving him loadsamoney. He made sure of it with bush!!

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          • Lions misled by Donkeys...... says:

            AND it’ll be the biggest anticlimax of the week…nothing will will happen whatsoever….the establishment have moved on with the usual excuses….”the benefit of hindsight”….”Iraqis were playing dangerous game”…”Saddam was danger to the region”….”Iraq is now a democratic better country(?)”….”acted in good faith on intelligence provided”……so on and so forth until the next time when the same excuses will be wheeled out to the public and Parliament by the government of the day…no one in government or the establishment will want to point the finger of personal or specific blame…after all but for the grace of God it could be them next time…the report when it comes will be a whitewash of regrets,excuses and lessons learnt…it was ever thus in Britain

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  56. 172

    Reds on 44% is the highest [joint] they have been in a YG poll since the Cheriegate affair

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  57. 174

    Bues on 39% will be relatively happy tonight since it is stil 2% above what they got in May

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  58. 182
    Mr Politically Incorrect says:

    Border Force on Sky is such a good laugh. I love watching illegals get nabbed.

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  59. 185

    UKIP are now showing at 7% polling in the South of England, whereas the ibs are 10% in the south of England. How long before UKIP are the third biggest party in England?

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  60. 187
    BANKRUPT BRITAIN says:

    Heres a prediction for you

    Coalition falls apart in the next few months
    general election in May/June
    Labour landslide
    not what i want but i can’t see this coalition lasting they are pissing off to many people !

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  61. 189
    Anonymous says:

    Finally something positive:

    “The Association of Chief Police Officers, a private company which is unaccountable to the public, will also lose all other ‘operational’ duties.”

    All they need to do is take away British Waterways Carte Blanche on planning permissions, and get them back to running a system of canals, and not a property company.

    Fundamental issue: All organizations must be accountable to the local MPs.

    However, that would be in a real world, our MP has not even got around to providing surgeries, has not appeared anywhere without the support of Ministers and generally seems too scared. His website is still under construction. What exactly is he doing?

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  62. 193
    Corporal Jones says:

    they don’t like it up ‘em……….well most don’t

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  63. 194
    Tube_Thumper says:

    I wonder if Mandy would get a room at the Chymorvah Hotel .

    I feel very sorry for that couple just because they chose not to have uphill gardners staying at their hotel. Why should everyone have to have gay cock shove down their throat. I am not a poofist but have had enough of these “minorities” keep moaning and seeking compensation. So is that £3800 in compensation for being a fucking nonce. I hope the gay bashers get them.

    As for Elton John did you see the silly picture on the front of hello where they have matched Eltons head with a slimmer persons body hahaha

    I hope the baby turns out to be a basher

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  64. 196
    Tube_Thumper says:

    i have written to the Chymorvah Hotel hotel expressing my support for freedom of speech , thought and over choice of whom one has in ones hotel. (after all who wants shit on the sheets)

    I have suggested they get some 10000 volt electric blankets for when the poofs come calling

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  65. 197
    Georgeous George says:

    “Tony Blair was warned about handing peerages to political donors and cronies a decade before the ‘cash for honours’ scandal, it emerged last night.”

    Bliar chose to listen to ……… rather than James Callaghan.

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  66. 198
    bbitgu says:

    Don ttell the unions ………..

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  67. 200
    Double Dip says:

    Inflation.

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  68. 201
    Anonymouse says:

    Our good friend the Sec State for International Development Andrew Mitchell is a bigwig at Lazard. Him and mandy should make for interesting bedfellows *cough*. Ol’ mitch is known for giving his ex researchers/interns comfortable jobs at Lazard, ah nepotism.

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  69. 202
    GP Thevies says:

    I really am enjoying Guidos slow slide into Mainstream apologist Tory cam cock sucking. So much for Anti Politics

    He even quotes Coulson sound bite now…..

    Guido ( ONCE ) mission statement

    “””The primary motivation for the creation of the blog was purely to make mischief at the expense of politicians and for the author’s own self-gratification””””

    Shame, he’s just another Jeremy NOW. Unfortunately the main stream that Guido yearns will allude him…Bless

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    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    And Brown will at some point go to Goldman Sachs as his reward for helping them out by selling the gold. That is an absolute certainty.

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    Sir William Waad says:

    It would be appropriate for Mandy to go and work for a firm called Lizards, since he is one himself. It’s also appropriate for him to suck up to Kraft, since in a very real sense his politics are processed cheese.

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    Desperate Dan says:

    If Lazards want to be associated with a dishonest man and a proven liar they must be very careless of their reputation. The appointment of Mandelson would raise serious questions about the probity and respectability of the Board.

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  73. 209
    Richard Desmond says:

    I thought the Sun shone out of his ass but then realised it was only the Guardian and I was very disapointed

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  74. 212
    Penfold says:

    Slimey little li(a)zard.

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  75. 216
    Chris says:

    Good to see Peter again especially with his thumbs up!

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