March 25th, 2011

Guy News Special Report:
Exposing the Guardian’s Hypocritical Tax Dodges

The GuyNews.TV team has been investigating the Guardian’s murky financial affairs for weeks, we have their press office on speed dial. The Guardian’s editor Alan Rusbridger says he asked the GMG plc CEO to answer our questions. So far all we have got is a terse statement from GMG plc. However the GuyNews.TV investigative team has spoken with insiders and literally got inside the Guardian. Our report will be going out exclusively to Guidogram subscribers at 5 p.m. today – the truth is a story which will shock Guardian readers.

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108 Comments

  1. 1
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Hang the hypocrites!!!

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  2. 2
    Simon Harley says:

    I’m appalled by the implication that Grauniad readers don’t know that they’re reading an unprincipled rag.

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

    But what will Polly and co do now? Will remain consistant and resign? Will they no longer take the “blood money ” of capitalisim? Will they no longer potray Tax avoidence as a crime ?

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  4. 4
    The Grauniad says:

    It’s ok when we do it.

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  5. 5
    LIEBORE WANKSTAIN says:

    The only thing that shocks Guardian readers is when they find out that 10% of the population are not homosexual, but only 0.01%.

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  6. 7
    Polly in Tuscany says:

    This site wants a final solution for The Guardian.

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  7. 11
    bergen says:

    There is a “wicked Tory cuts” special in the grauniad today so that it’s an excellent day to expose their tax avoiding hypocrisy.Well done!

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  8. 15
    Titford Hat says:

    “Guardian readers”? What, both of them?

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  9. 16
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Guido, I do hope you forward this to Ukuncut, Then they can protest at the Guardian tommorow

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  10. 18
    Tax Payer says:

    Got to catch that critical 5pm Friday slot……..

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  11. 21
    Steve Miliband says:

    HC dresses like a Banker

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  12. 22
    purpleline says:

    Can Polly get the video in her Tuscany Villa

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  13. 27

    Awesome timing with the UKuncut protest this weekend.

    Fantastic work…………….

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  14. 29
    nope says:

    Can’t I just read about it? Semi-pro net video both sucks and blows as a news medium.

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  15. 34
    Anonymous says:

    Labour leader Ed Miliband is to take part in a mass “listening exercise” as he steps up his party’s search for new policy ideas.

    Now get this millitwit………..fuck off

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  16. 36
    Gordon Brown says:

    This shocking and disturbing news Guido, i will make a statement about this to the house at 13.30.

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  17. 37
    Ukuncut says:

    We are soap dodging hypocrites & we will turn a blind eye to the lefty tax dodging broadsheet. Now leave us in peace to read the Morning Star.

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  18. 38
    Anonymous says:

    The liblabcons are all at it. Thieving bastards.

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  19. 42
    Graun disappearing up it's own arsehole says:

    Madonna’s Malawi charity ‘squandered millions’

    Managers ousted after damning audit reveals that £2.4m has been spent, but school project has not even broken ground.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/mar/25/madonna-malawi-charity-squandered-millions

    Just the sort of thing Guardianistas support LOL.

    Curiously no comments allowed under the article….

    THEY CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH!

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  20. 44
    Martin Day says:

    O/T Sorry,but this is worthy of its own thread.

    AN ACCOUNTANCY watchdog’s inquiry into the conduct of former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Sean FitzPatrick has been postponed, following concern expressed by the the Irish Director of Public Prosecutions that it might prejudice future criminal cases.

    The disciplinary tribunal, set up by Ireland’s Chartered Accountants’ Regulatory Board (CARB), was due to begin its investigation early next month (4 April). The hearing, which would have been in public, was to examine the role played by 62-year-old FitzPatrick at the debt-laden bank, which has since become synonymous with the Irish economic crisis.

    However, following the intervention by DPP James Hamilton, the tribunal has now adjourned until October, when the matter will be reconsidered. A spokesman for CARB explained: “The DPP expressed his concern that the holding of public hearings and the publication of findings might prejudice future criminal proceedings in the event that a prosecution is directed against any party arising from the investigations by the Gardai and the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement.”

    The spokesman added that CARB is now considering whether to proceed with the establishment of three other disciplinary tribunals to hear cases against other members of Chartered Accountants Ireland – former Anglo Irish chief executive David Drumm, former finance director William McAteer, and the finance director of Irish Life & Permanent, Peter Fitzpatrick.

    A special investigator, John Purcell, a former comptroller and auditor general, had been appointed by CARB to examine possible breaches of professional conduct rules at Anglo Irish, and he reported that there were prima facie cases to answer against those named. In relation to the former Anglo chairman, he listed three issues:

    • His role in the temporary transfers of his own loans of up to €122m (£107m) out of the bank and the failure to disclose them in Anglo’s financial statements.

    • His role in the transactions between Anglo Irish and Irish Life & Permanent of more than €7bn in deposits on key dates in 2008.

    • His role in relation to a loan of €8m provided by Anglo to finance director McAteer in 2008 to repay a Bank of Ireland loan and prevent his shares being sold on the open market.

    .

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    • 53
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      fuck off , too Long and boring.

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    • 58
      The clue is in the first line says:

      O/T Sorry,but this is worthy of its own thread.

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      • 60
        Tessa Tickles says:

        Not it’s not. Whatever it was, it wasn’t worthy of its own thread.

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        • 63
          The clue is in the first line says:

          O/T Sorry,but this is worthy of its own thread – on an accountancy blog

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          • albacore says:

            Bearing in mid the nationality of our host; and the odd few quid that the UK has stumped up in connexion with such alleged, erm, shenanigans, I’d have thought the subject eminently appropraite for analysis by the resident experts here.

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  21. 47
    Tessa Tickles says:

    “O/T Sorry,but this is worthy of its own thread.”

    And with those words, I stopped reading.

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  22. 48
    QWERTY says:

    That’s my email you thieving cripple!!!

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  23. 49
    Ed Militwit can't add up. says:

    The cuts are too fast and too deep. The economy is scarred for life. The fact that the cuts are extremely moderate should not get in the way of a good soundbite.

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    • 54
      retardEd Miliband says:

      These cuts will take us back to 2005, a time when children went barefoot in the street, dressed in rags! Open sewers poured down every road! Smog! Gaslamps! The workhouse!

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  24. 55
    Ed Balls says:

    I like The Guardian.

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  25. 74
    Sarah Wellhung says:

    and now the weather…worthy of its own thread alone

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  26. 78
    Loungelizard says:

    Nuke the bastards!

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  27. 79
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Listen to UKuncuts own words and then ask why are they not protesting at the Guardian.

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    • 99
      Anonymous says:

      This country is mightily fucked if scrotes like that UK Uncut spokesman are our future.

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      • 100
        You know what they say about men with big societies... says:

        What, people who argue that morality is not defined by the law? I.e. non-authoritarians?

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    • 105
      Socialism is a mental illness says:

      That kid on there has not got a clue. You will not hear of Guardian tax avoidance on the BBC! Come on!

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  28. 84
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    “Neil Murray, husband of South East Cornwall MP Sheryll Murray, has died in a fishing accident.”

    RIP

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  29. 85
    Sarah Tisdall says:

    “So far all we have got is a terse statement from GMG plc.”

    Now they keep their mouths shut?

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  30. 86
    (I've been renamed) DA-Notice says:

    *rubs hands gleefully and cackles a little*

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  31. 96
    harrietspants says:

    Has the BBC newsroom signed up?

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  32. 101
    Bring home the canon fodder says:

    Would that be the “guardian of hypocrisy”.

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  33. 106
    Socialism is a mental illness says:

    Would love to hound the guardian on there comment section, but was kicked off months ago for giving them grief, all facts, like the Nazis were socialists and the two-faced crap Toynbee spews. As their legend states, ‘The facts are sacred’ which was thrown back at them many times, they just do not like it up them. Chase them Guido, wipe them out.

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  34. 107
    That's News says:

    The Graun has pulled all your comments, Guido. Apparently Comment is not free…

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