July 27th, 2011

Morgan Mocked Macca’s Misery Voicemails

Yet another Piers Morgan phone-hacking implication has surfaced from his own misguided boasts. Writing in the Daily Mail in 2006 when Sir Paul McCartney split from Heather Mills, Morgan went into some extremely voyeuristic detail about their relationship:

“Stories soon emerged that the marriage was in trouble – at one stage I was played a tape of a message Paul had left for Heather on her mobile phone. It was heartbreaking. The couple had clearly had a tiff, Heather had fled to India, and Paul was pleading with her to come back. He sounded lonely, miserable and desperate, and even sang ‘We Can Work It Out’…”

Who played it to Piers? How did they get it? Did he procure the illegal interception of an electronic communication – an imprisonable offence – with a maximum two-year stretch on conviction?  Looks like it to Guido.

How can Piers say he never authorised phone-hacking when he admits to listening to recordings of the voicemail of a distressed old man and his soon to be ex-wife? How can Piers say he never published anything on the back of phone hacking when he regaled this very story to the world in print under his own byline? Where was the public interest here?

It gets worse, Guido has been told Morgan played the recording out loud to the newsroom for fun. Laughing and mocking Macca’s misery.

In fact this is prima facie evidence of criminality on the part of Piers Morgan. We’re taking our dossier to the Metropolitan Police. Time for Piers Morgan to get a lawyer…


514 Comments

  1. 1
    Billy Bowden's Bum Boy says:

    He’s fucked now! Hang him!

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    • 15
      jabbathecat says:

      Watching Morgan squirm is better than any talent or reality show.

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      • 45
        he just doesn't get it...yet says:

        morgan always said heather didn’t have a leg to stand on…oops

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        • 65
          Anonymous says:

          Looks like Piers Morgan got some thing on David Cameron. Just search on “david cameron piers morgan” and see what is coming out.

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          • Tax Payer says:

            Wouldn’t it be easier to identify which celeb/politician/journalist/police officer HASN’T either been hacked or done the hacking?

            No wonder Yates dumped this when he could: it’ll take the whole of the UK police force to untangle.

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          • Anonymous says:

            An unsubstantiated allegation made up by you? Has Morgan got something on you, that you feel the need to defend him?

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          • JH luvs DR says:

            it would be relatively simple for the police to sort out…they just have to arrest the next brown envelope carrier at the drop….

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          • BBC Controller says:

            *Yawn*

            Nothing to see here.

            Move along, please…

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          • Henrik Verwoerd says:

            You are just confusing the fact that Morgan and Cameron look identical to non-Europeans.

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          • Cynical Old Man says:

            O/T – I see that Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Staltenberg is never off the news now. I’ve lost count of the news conferences, public appearances and photo opportunities this bloke has done over the past few days. He’s on Sky News now giving another speech on camera surrounded by his cronies. I think this bloke is now exploiting mass murder for his own political ends.

            The more I learn about the Norwegian Labour Party the more I’m beginning to believe this isn’t the benign organisation the MSM would have us believe. Indoctrination camps for kids and young people, grooming kids to become the government ministers of the future, an apparent belief the party will govern indefinitely, allied to a terrorst organisation (Hamas) and anti-semitic. Very sinister!

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          • Lee Grasper says:

            Quite right Henrik baas.

            Can’t tell those honkies one from the other. Yes sirree baas.

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          • Lord Wayne of Trombone says:

            The corporation, the official games host broadcaster, sent 153 “domestic” staff to report on the “One Year To Go” series of events throughout the capital.
            In addition, 58 BBC World Service staff, who are not funded by the licence fee, also covered the special events marking a year to the games’ opening ceremony. A total of 250 BBC staff were accredited.
            In comparison ITN, which produces several news programmes for ITV and Channel 4, sent just 22 staff to cover the day-long event while Sky News sent 11 employees.

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        • 71
          Derek (sans dominoes) says:

          Hop it!

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        • 102
          Snotrocket says:

          ‘You’re right leg, I like. I have nothing against your right leg. Unfortunately, neither do you.’

          (apol: Pete/Dud)

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      • 68
        Tooth fairy says:

        X X X

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    • 25
      Junkers says:

      tweet about that Piers

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      • 38
        Beeboid leftwing Banana watch says:

        Its not on the BBC its not true I tell Ya !!

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        • 62
          Charles Flaccidwidger says:

          It IS on the Beeb:

          http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-14311382

          Will wonders never cease…..

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          • Anonymous says:

            For one night only.

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          • Beeboid leftwing Banana watch says:

            *swoons*

            did they fuck up by accident?

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          • misterned says:

            The BBC show a sympathetic piece showing Morgan’s defence. hardly what would be on the BBC if any of this was provably linked to Coulson.

            Imaging it was just discovered that Coulson had said and done what was in today’s allegations against Piers?

            What would the BBC reaction be? One page on the internet showing Coulson’s denial?

            Or the top headline on every bulletin every page and radio news?

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        • 186
          Nodrog Nworb says:

          What is on BBBc – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-14314940

          Mr Miliband’s suffering was exacerbated by a deviated septum, upon which the operation was performed.

          So my successor is a deviant just like me!

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          • Barnehurst Bob says:

            sthory to hear that, itsh weally sthad. I jutht cant understhand why people on here take the pith out of him

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          • Salutary tale for Ed and his snozzle. says:

            I had a deviated septum fixed on the NHS some 20 years ago

            Two years later went private to get it repaired.

            Private doctor commented after successful operation.

            ‘They must have used a hammer drill”

            Be warned Ed.

            PS Cost me six weeks money. Was a teacher at the time in SE London but got back to the classroom in 10 days.

            Would have to wait six months for the NHS.

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          • Ivor Tapeworm says:

            Ed is having his deviated septum fixed by the same NHS.

            Private doctor comments after unsuccessful operation:

            “OK, try your new nose. Big breaths”

            “Yeth. And I’m a Thothialitht”

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      • 55
        Anonymous says:

        Easy Tiger! It is precisely the sort of thing that the one legged Vimmer Frame Chasing Geordie herself could have passed to the tabloid press.

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    • 27
      Anonymous says:

      HOW DID YOU GET IT PIERS???

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    • 34
      The voice of unreason says:

      Burn baby, burn!

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    • 35
      Morgan's Organ says:

      CNN need to start looking very closely at theiir contract with the ‘Slimey Limey’

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    • 103
      Porridge for Piers says:

      Brilliant, Guido. This is your best take-down so far.

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      • 105
        Snotrocket says:

        Agreed…..but no cross-hairs….?

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        • 169
          Paxman says:

          What ! Are you saying there are crosshairs on this site ?

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          • Iloathlefties says:

            Such a champagne sucking socialist slimeball having it worked up Im, brilliant. The same day that the leftie Huhne has his case sent to the CPS. Brills!!

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        • 338
          It's the way I tell 'em says:

          Cross hairs? They are furious.

          Apparently Macca once bought her a plane for her birthday.

          And a Ladyshave for the other leg.

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      • 116
        Tax Payer says:

        Maybe – I found Hain and McBride particularly satisfying.

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        • 467
          Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

          The MacBride affair also fucked up Draper which was good. if only it had also got the real ringleaders Balls and Watson.

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      • 220
        Stan Stedd says:

        Morgan is so Donald Ducked it’s unreal!

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      • 400
        John Riches says:

        Private Eye printed this story in full about a year ago, and asked the same questions…Guido, and everybody else, ignored it…

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        • 431
          Anonymous says:

          Yes but that was before idiot boy Milliband decided it would give him some short term Kudos without thinking what a can of worms he was unleashing. Stupid c unt !

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      • 469
        Admiral Leach says:

        You’ve got his range Guido, now hit the little shit with every salvo!

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    • 140
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      You’re taking the dossier to the Met? i thought you wanted Morgan nailed?

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    • 182
      Jethro Q. Walrus-Titty says:

      Nice one Guido!-look forward to seeing you place the dreaded crosshairs on that utter twat of a man!!

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    • 184
      Peace through superior firepower says:

      Shit just got real.

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      • 213
        Sir William Waad says:

        Ah, Piers, the long and winding trail that leads to-oo your door
        Will never disappear….

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    • 215
      Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

      GOTCHA!

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    • 285

      Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away…

      (cell door) SLAM!

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    • 320
      Drew Pecock says:

      It’s called Pier pressure and he looks to be under it

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    • 341
      Tears for Piers says:

      Brilliant

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    • 432
      Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

      In 2000, he was the subject of an investigation after Suzy Jagger wrote a story in The Daily Telegraph revealing that he had bought £20,000 worth of shares in the computer company Viglen soon before the Mirror ‘s ‘City Slickers’ column tipped Viglen as a good buy.[9] Morgan was found by the Press Complaints Commission to have breached the Code of Conduct on financial journalism, but kept his job. The ‘City Slickers’ columnists, Anil Bhoyrul and James Hipwell, were both found to have committed further breaches of the Code, and were sacked before the inquiry. In 2004, further enquiry by the Department of Trade and Industry cleared Morgan from any charges.[10] On 7 December 2005 Bhoyrul and Hipwell were convicted of conspiracy to breach the Financial Services Act. During the trial it emerged that Morgan had bought £67,000 worth of Viglen shares, emptying his bank account and investing under his wife’s name too.

      what a troughing lying cheating kuuuunt

      67,000 and he gets away with it…

      whilst mirror readers who bought the same stock right after him come unstuck at his expense

      for this alone he needs to be banged up with hs new friend, Bubba, in HM Nick!

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      • 444
        Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

        BTW I have a personal interest in this, I bought the Mirror Boys’ book, how to make 1 Million in 1 Year, and yes like a right old mug I lost money following their pump and dump ‘tips’ – the same tips all 3, Piers at the apex, made a lot of money from.

        The only reason Mr Moron got away with it, whilst the other 2 had their collar felt – was that Mr moron had protection from those in very high places, figure it out – as Hipwell said last week, he couldn’t see why Moron got away with it as their two cases were almost identical.

        You don’t buy 67,000 of shares in a company that your rag is bigging up – BEFORE THE FACT! – ***in your wife’s NAME FFS!!!*** unless you are trying not to be caught profiting from insider trading.

        The DTI are a disgrace for letting Moron get away with it and need to be investigated themselves!

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        • 455
          Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

          http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/2928223/Notebook.html

          But what of their editor at the time, Piers Morgan? He stresses that a Department of Trade and Industry investigation cleared him of any wrongdoing and I’m happy to acknowledge that fact.

          Similarly, though the Slickers were sacked for gross misconduct, Trinity-Mirror’s then chief executive, Philip Graf, exonerated Morgan and was not moved to dismiss him following a later censure by the Press Complaints Commission.

          I believed Morgan should have been fired because no editor should have allowed, and allegedly even encouraged, such reckless journalism. It brought the Mirror into disrepute.

          On the other hand, I accepted Morgan’s word that he had been foolish, and understood from reports that the sum involved was only £20,000 worth of shares in Viglen.

          During evidence in court, however, it was alleged that Morgan spent £67,000 on Viglen stock, some of which was paid for in the name of his wife.

          So it’s all very well for Morgan to talk of lies told about him in court but I have a single question for him: “Did you reveal to Philip Graf and to the PCC that you purchased stock worth £67,000?”

          I also have two questions for Graf, who is chairman of Pressbof, the PCC’s overlord, and about to become deputy chairman of the media regulator Ofcom.

          “Did you know at the time that Morgan had bought shares with a value greater than £20,000? If not, what do you plan to do about it now?

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          • Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

            Read the evidence below, from 2005 – Hipwell made 19,500 pounds profit in just one day by copying Mr Morons purchase, to the tune of 67,000 pounds, of Alan Sugar’s Viglen shares – funny that Mr Moron bought 67k large just ONE DAY before the announcement that viglen were to start an internet divison – funny how Mr Moron and Mr sugar are great friends to this day (saw his interview with AS on the BBC the other night at AS’s home in Florida) – it all stinks to high heaven.

            So I make Mr Moron’s profit something over 70,000 pounds, as the shares more than doubled in 24 hours.

            As they say Piers, timing is everything me old cock!

            And YOUR time is now UP, well and truly!

            Say hello to Bubba foe me!

            http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2005/nov/23/business.pressandpublishing

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          • Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

            Piers Morgan, former Daily Mirror editor, used his wife’s savings account to fund part of a £67,000 investment in computer company Viglen a day before the shares were tipped by the paper’s City Slickers column, a court was told yesterday.

            At 12.33pm on January 17, 2000, 6,884 Viglen shares worth £12,805.12 were bought through a personal equity plan in the name of his wife, Marion, defence barrister Philip Hackett QC told Southwark crown court. At 12.45pm he used his own Pep to buy a further 19,632 shares, worth £36,074.05. Then at 3.28pm Mr Morgan spent a further £18,275.25 on 10,000 shares, through brokers Kyte Securities.

            Mr Hackett, who is defending one of the Slickers, James Hipwell, against charges of market manipulation, disclosed details of the share purchases by way of an admission to the jury yesterday. The court heard earlier in the trial that Mr Morgan was cleared of wrongdoing over his share dealing by an internal Mirror investigation and by the Department of Trade. Mr Hipwell and his colleague on the Slickers column, Anil Bhoyrul, bought shares in Viglen, a company chaired by Sir Alan Sugar, on the same day. The court has heard that Mr Hipwell bought more than £36,500-worth after hearing that Mr Morgan had bought 20,000 shares.

            The following day, when a story about Viglen appeared in the Mirror, Mr Hipwell sold his shares at 9am, making a profit of more than £19,500. Viglen’s share price more than doubled that day, following the Mirror’s claims that Viglen was to set up an internet division.

            Also buying Viglen shares the day before the article appeared was Terry Shepherd, a private investor who is on trial with Mr Hipwell. Mr Shepherd, who denies conspiring with Mr Hipwell to ramp up the value of investments on internet bulletin boards, bought £5,000 of Viglen shares before the journalists. Mr Hipwell and Mr Shepherd deny charges of manipulating the stock market. Mr Bhoyrul is not on trial. The case continues.

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  2. 2
    Tuscan Tony says:

    “distressed old man and his monopedal young slapper, soon to be ex-wife”,surely.

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  3. 3
    nell says:

    Oh Dear.

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      Bled White Taxpayer says:

      Makes me wonder why he’s denying it so vehemently. Evidence stacking up all around.

      Meanwhile, in other news, Essex Police have now handed their file to CPS on Chris Huhne.

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-14314745

      I reckon he’ll be gone by Friday lunchtime: it won’t take too long for the CPS to decide to prosecute or not, and he’ll want to make his “sword of truth” type speech before the headlines report that he’s going to be prosecuted.

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      • 90
        Wanky windmill says:

        He should get a fair trial and be treated as innocent until proven guilty
        and when he has had all of that will hang him

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        • 132
          Mike Litorus says:

          He goes to trial, we find him guilty, sounds really fair to me.

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          • I fucked Sally Bercow in the ass, hard. says:

            Frankly I think we can spare the trial and cut straight to the sentencing.

            Death!

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  4. 4
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Let himshare a cell with Coulson or a lampost!

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    • 53
      nell says:

      As I understand it coulson hasn’t been charged with anything yet. And certain lefties are going to be walking round with egg on their face if he eventually walks free.

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      • 74
        PD77 says:

        The joke would be if Coulson is cleared and Pierced Moron is sent down, the BBBC would go in to meltdown spinning whilst proclaiming Moron a Martyr.

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  5. 5
    @camilla_saurus says:

    OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH!!!!

    More of a smoking gun for all you detractors?

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  6. 6
    That's News says:

    This is starting to sound like Morgan instigated the hacking at NI…

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    • 148
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      It sounds more as if Morgan is an over-promoted bullying little shit.

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      • 325
        Anonymous says:

        And which party was running the country while Morgan was in charge at the NoTW?

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        • 386
          Anonymous says:

          Would this be the same Morgan who devoted a tv programme to his mate Gordon Brown just before the election?

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          • Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

            Well, favors have to be repaid – someone got him off the 67,000 pounds scam he pulled over the DTI investigation…

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      • 382
        Anonymous says:

        What is it about these self righteous, cocky, narcissistic,commentators /tv types who are so wrapped up into themselves and their own importance? Let’s have them replaced by more level headed, gracious, humble folk who make a difference in the world by their example.

        Fran Hermsen

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  7. 7
    Jim Miller says:

    This is great detective work, well done!

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  8. 8
    Eh? says:

    Now this could get very interesting indeed.

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  9. 9
    Mr Fraud says:

    he is a hypocrite and an odious shite in that order.

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  10. 10
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    ‘It gets worse, Guido has been told Morgan played the recording out loud to the newsroom for fun. Laughing and mocking Macca’s misery.’

    Seems fair enough to me when you consider all the misery we’ve suffered having to listen to the sentimental tosh ‘Macca’ churns out.

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    • 36
      Pottering by says:

      Oo – er Missis

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    • 157
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      You don’t have to listen. I’ve made a point of not listening to Macca’s brand of Scouser as Victim ever since Lennon’s assassination. It would appear i haven’t missed anything.

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      • 204
        Ironside says:

        Did you listen to his ‘Liverpool Oratorio’ ?
        Unbelievable shit, and evidence he has addled his tiny walnut-sized brain through substance abuse (which one would that be den?). He is a total loser.

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      • 248
        Cato Street Conspirator says:

        Correct Grumpy. Let’s say ‘having to avoid having to listen’ – it makes the same point.

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  11. 11
    Ant and Dec says:

    Britains got Evidence !

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  12. 12
    oldasiahand says:

    Bang him up in an orange jump suit and send him to Gitmo where his rompingarse can get some exercise from the girene wardens.

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  13. 14
    Piers Morgan says:

    Fuck off, Guido! I’m innocent, ok?!

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    • 255
      Cato Street Conspirator says:

      ‘Organ Morgan at his bedroom window playing chords on the
      sill to the morning fishwife gulls who, heckling over Donkey
      Street.’

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  14. 16
    Morgan's Organ says:

    Another file for the CPS?

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  15. 17
    Anonymous says:

    Have to say, it’s all looking a bit murky aint it.

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  16. 18
    Tom says:

    Maybe HM leaked or sold the messages to the Mirror? Might want to look at all avenues before getting overexcited again.

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    • 36
      Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

      Whats her majesty doing hacking muccas phone. If your wrong, thats treason!

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      • 46
        zenbadger says:

        mucca giving him the tape is at least as likely as moron hacking it, so perhaps this is the wrong tree to bark up

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    • 142
      Dorian Smith says:

      yet another leftie bending over backwards as if they are Morgan’s solicitors. I’m sure you were the calm voice of reason during the past weeks too, eh?

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  17. 19
    Bogbrush says:

    You’re taking this Guido Fawkes schtick a bit literally, aren’t you?

    OK, I’ll get the fertiliser.

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  18. 21
    Wolverhampton ratepayer says:

    Finally the come uppance for the smuggest twat on telly.

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  19. 22
    Baddabing says:

    Great news, Moron is a smug bastard and deserves an almighty fall.

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  20. 23
    Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

    All Piers’s old Journalist enemies are coming out of the woodwork to drop him in the shit. I have told you already Piers, if youv’e got a chequered past and skeletons in your cupboard; youv’e got to keep paying them off. Why do you think I need so much money?

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    • 296
      Piers Morgan says:

      Thanks Handy. Can you lend me some quick. I hear the drugs business is going really well in Portsmouth. How’s the Lawyer doing who looks after you all? I need him as well, asap.

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    • 378
      Southern Softy says:

      Shame he can’t afford Mr Loophole.
      And I’m sure Maximus Cliff-Afford wouldn’t touch him with a super injunction.
      Sooooo last month.

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  21. 24

    Excellent work Sir, you have the smug little shit banged to rights.

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  22. 26
    Sir William Waad says:

    It’ll be all over the front page of the Guardian tomorrow.

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  23. 28
    sg-strummer says:

    He seems to be ignoring Guido on Twitter now, how rude!

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  24. 29
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Piers has been Fawked!

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  25. 31
    John Lennons says:

    As much as I loathe Piers, you cannot deny that the image of Paul McCartney singing We Can Work It Out down the phone to a gold digging monoped is great British tragicomedy at it’s best.

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    Jess The Dog says:

    What an evil git! I knew he was a bad ‘un when his smug mugshot appeared at the top of the Bizarre column years ago, as remembered by Lady Virginia. He is to the Army what the Sun is to Liverpool.

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  27. 39
    nell says:

    Oh Hang on a minute!

    Is macca old? what constitutes ‘old’?

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  28. 40
    Throg_Lodge says:

    Piers Morgan in jail.

    I am positively tumescent at the thought of it.

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  29. 41
    BBC news and Guardian and Labour MP's say Move along please nothing to see here says:

    This is the guy whose national career started as a successor to Jonathan King on the Sun’s Bizarre column and continued on to the lofty journalistic peaks of the News of the World and Mirror.

    Along the way he came damned close to being done for insider trading (and should have been in my view) and had to step down because he printed fake photos of squaddies pissing on Iraqi prisoners. By his own admission he’s been involved in hacking, blagging and rummaging through dustbins.

    Not exactly in a position to throw stones at others is he?

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    • 335
      Anonymous says:

      And he’s always boasting about his friendship with the Browns…

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    • 393
      Southern Softy says:

      And yet he’s still all over the telly.
      Like Jonathan King he should have disappeared from view,
      at no loss to the rest of us.

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      • 509
        Ivor Tapeworm says:

        I want to publish some photos of Piers being royally rogered by Bubba.

        They’re fakes, but I will justify publication by arguing that it’s gonna happen.

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  30. 42
    Piers fan says:

    So, (mis) guido?
    When did you receive this information?
    Desperate for twitter followers are we?
    Saddo.

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  31. 43
    The BBC says:

    Nothing to see here, move along.

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  32. 44
    bob says:

    Kick him in the front bum!

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  33. 47
    Icarus says:

    Piers, I know a Norwegian lawyer who likes defending no hopers.

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  34. 48
    Jimmy says:

    Well I’m reading the outpourings of a distressed old man. Doesn’t mean I hacked you.

    Don’t give up though. I’m sure there are plenty more back issues of Private Eye to go through.

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  35. 49
    Jimmy says:

    “We’re taking our dossier to the Metropolitan Police.”

    Ok, now that was funny.

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  36. 50
    Зеркало says:

    This is all so desperately sad. CNN is a great institution and shouldn’t be infected by morally bankrupt individuals like this Mr Morgan.

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  37. 52
    @Greek_Phil says:

    Save the expense of a trial.I’ll get my ‘people’ to do a ‘Diana’ on him next time he’s driving through The Blackwall Tunnel.

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  38. 54
    Anonymous says:

    Piers Morgans Life Stories…..

    Well…

    Piers Morgans 18 Months Stories

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  39. 56
    M4 Monkey says:

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/media/stephen-glover-on-the-press-531006.html

    “So far, so good. Everybody had acted according to type – the Labour party’s dirty tricks department and The Times. (Incidentally, the passion for taping maverick Tories is an established tradition. In his newly published diaries, Piers Morgan records how, when he was editor of the Daily Mirror in 2002, Gordon Brown obligingly slipped him a tape that purported to incriminate Liam Fox, then the shadow Secretary of State for Health).”

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    • 104
      Another Engineer says:

      And so the boomerang begins its return flight…

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    • 226
      Simon the Spanish Pieman says:

      mmmmm actually could this be the big one? After McMental’s breakdown in the House of Commons the quote above doesn’t sound too good for him (or his immoral compass)

      Gordon really just can’t get anything right can he?

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      • 256
        Reds Under the Bed says:

        I agree – it’s dynamite.

        Guido is already preparing the crosshairs for Baldwin – once he’s nailed the loathsome Moron, of course.

        And EVERYBODY

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      • 279
        Reds Under the Bed says:

        I agree – it’s dynamite.

        Guido is already preparing the crosshairs for Baldwin – once he’s nailed the loathesome Moron, of course.

        And EVERYBODY will believe McMental was deep in the filth (see McBride, passim).

        As for Moron taking the piss out of the guy who wrote Eleanor Rigby and Helter-Skelter, words fail me.

        And, no, I don’t believe for one moment that Macca sang ‘We Can Work It Out’ down the phone – this is pure Moron invention because he thought it would be witty to get a Beatles title in there.

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        • 415
          Southern Softy says:

          McMental was deep in the filth.
          There was no way the man would ever be a leader so he surrounded himself with t*ossers who he thought would come up with the goods.
          Step forward But-Look! Balls et al.
          No wonder the c*unt failed miserably as a PM.
          Ambition over ability. Round and round it goes.

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    • 242
      Anonymous says:

      If the Broon slipped Moron a tape , was that from hacking someone’s phone ? Don’t forget Broon’s minions had the dirt on everybody , that upstanding Tom Watson was part of it was he not. Perhaps it was not only drunken hacks that were hacking voicemails , I think this deserves a closer look. Just imagine if the politicos were at it as well. On second thoughts they would just stamp on it but how delicious if the well-prepared inquisitor Mr Watson was found to have been as guilty as those he accuses. Wasn’t he the one who went to tell Blair to get out on the pretext of delivering presents or have I lost the plot completely,

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      • 295
        Cynfeeaarr says:

        No you certainly haven’t lost the plot.Too many short memories is sadly the problem.

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      • 360
        Avena Walken-d'Woods says:

        Oh, for goodness’ sake – next you will be suggesting that the Labour government let the press away with ‘hacking’ because they were doing the same, via the security services, to gather ‘intel’ on their own party members as well as opposition. That would be preposterous. Good Lord, if they could have done that, they might have considered persuading their ‘mates’ in the security services to falsify, sorry ‘spin’, reports on WMD so that Tony could get another war in, thereby cementing his place in history as a great war leader.

        Outrageous. Crikey, if they could do that, they might be so confident in their various dossiers of blackmail that they could afford to throw stones at the government that replaced them, regardless of how fragile their own glass houses might be.

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      • 435
        Hmmmm says:

        Watson was the one whom Devine claimed had gave him advice on maximising his expenses. Watson denies this hmmmm

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  40. 57
    Who voted for the Libyan rebels Mr Hague? says:

    And in other news, FS William Hague has formally recognised the Libyan “rebels”, giving them the keys to the Libyan Embassy in London.

    The Taliban have said they like this precedent & will kick out British diplomats at the earliest opportunity to replace them with representatives from the Tipton Taliban “resistance” in the West Midlands.

    A Taliban spokeman said: “The Libyan rebels have no democratic mandate – what is good for Britain is good for us on this occasion – we will follow suit”.

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    • 67
      PD77 says:

      I surmise from your last sentence that the Taliban Spokeman is just part of a bigger wheel?

      Like

  41. 58
    ReddyEddy says:

    Guido’s Gotcha Piersy boy. Not bad for a druggie ex-bankrupt

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  42. 59
    Hummer says:

    So far, so good. Everybody had acted according to type – the Labour party’s dirty tricks department and The Times. (Incidentally, the passion for taping maverick Tories is an established tradition. In his newly published diaries, Piers Morgan records how, when he was editor of the Daily Mirror in 2002, Gordon Brown obligingly slipped him a tape that purported to incriminate Liam Fox, then the shadow Secretary of State for Health) – The Independant

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    • 241
      Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

      Once we bury twat Morgan, then we bury Baldwin and Campbell for killing, sorry hacking Dr Ke ll Y.

      So long boys.

      Like

  43. 61
    Piers Morgan says:

    I never wrote that article. Go through the link, where is my name on it?

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    • 100
      Peter Carter-Fuck says:

      Does Celia take it up the arse? She can earn good money at the parliamentary escort agency, could come in handy for the legal fees, and give her something to do whilst you’re busy sucking off the hard men in the Big House.

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    • 312
      Inspector Knacker says:

      View source on the article and search for ‘Piers':
      .
      .
      meta name=”description” content=”By Piers Morgan. A personal view”
      .
      .
      Funny that an article written in the first person makes no obvious mention of the author’s name. Something to hide?

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  44. 63
    Anonymous says:

    Incredible! Piers needs banging up! Go Guido… take him out for all of us!!!!

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  45. 69
    Gooey Blob says:

    Macca is a national treasure. Piers Morgan and Trinity Mirror are no better than News International.

    Like

    • 433
      Norris Stampton says:

      They’re worse. Those mock-up photos of British torture that lost the tosser his job at the Mirror are to me the biggest disgrace in British journalism.
      Let him hang.

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  46. 72
    Infuriated of West Mids says:

    Guido, I’m not of the gay persuasion in the slightest, but if I ever meet you I will give you a big smacker of a kiss on the chops and a cheeky squeeze of your peachy behind!

    Oh, OK – I’ll buy you a pint at least!

    The only way today could get any better would be if Louise Mensch turned up in desperate need of some Vicks Vapo-rub applying to her chest….

    Please keep up this fantastic work!

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    • 367
      Madame Wypp-L'Shingery says:

      Whoa there sunshine. You are in need of an urgent Jodrell or a cold shower!

      Like

  47. 73
    In Actuality, They're All Lying Cunts says:

    Never been a big fan of McCartney, but I do feel strong disgust if this Hunt played that private voicemail out loud to the office and sniggered about it. I hope you destroy him if just for that Guido. Privacy invading slimy pompous piss taking Huntwad of the highest order.

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  48. 79
    Infuriated of West Mids says:

    Dammit! Modded! That Diane Flabbot has a lot to answer for… I’ll try again:

    Guido, I’m not of the gay persuasion in the slightest, but if I ever meet you I will give you a big smacker of a kiss on the chops and a cheeky squeeze of your pe*chy behind!

    Oh, OK – I’ll buy you a pint at least!

    The only way today could get any better would be if Louise Mensch turned up in desperate need of some Vicks Vapo-rub applying to her chest….

    Please keep up this fantastic work! (Although is there no way that the preview could tell you if your post will be auto-modded?)

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    • 98
      Infuriated of West Mids says:

      Typical – the one time my comment is un-modded within 12 hours, and I’ve gone and posted it again.

      Fuck it. I’m off out to go and shout at some geese. The honking bastards.

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  49. 80
    In Actuality, They're All Lying Cunts says:

    Oh, replacing ‘c-u-n-t’ with Hulme kinda spoils the comments Guido.

    Like

    • 245
      Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

      Just use a foreign word for Ku nt…

      I like Fitta…ku nt in swedish.

      Like

    • 437
      Just saying says:

      Speaking as the owner of a very beautiful, happy and satisfied Hunt, I take exception at the use of this word to insult people! Much better to call people a Huhne or a Hunt. Thank you.

      Like

      • 438
        Just saying says:

        Oh dammit, I am the owner of a very happy etc c-u-n-t and have never owned a Huhne in my life.

        Like

  50. 82
    Anybody but Ed says:

    Better get used to Hobnail boots on the landing slop out in the morning.

    Oh Mr Moron what have you done .

    How the mighty have fallen.

    Like

    • 152
      Grammar School Boy says:

      Not quite fallen, per se, yet.

      Let’s all just enjoy the long fall, in the interim, though

      Like

  51. 85
    Smug Bastards R Us says:

    I think we are about to lose one of our leading members (and my use of the word ‘member’ is not at all accidental).

    Like

  52. 87
    Piers off Guido says:

    Heather, it may be a bit late now, but I’m sorry.

    Like

  53. 88
    simon r says:

    Excellent – haven’t seen any tweets from Sarah Brown yet condemning THIS hacking.

    Perhaps Gordon should be summoned to the house to reveal what meetings he has had with Piers.

    Will the twitterrati will now call for a boycott of The Mirror and anyone who advertises with them ? Or will the hypocritical left wing shits just keep quiet ?

    Thanks Ed Milliband – you really are a prize twat opening this can of worms, no wonder Baldwin wanted you to back off.

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  54. 89
    Post-Op Red Ed says:

    I thay, I thay, I thay. I’m thtill here, jutht the way I alwayth woth!

    Like

    • 107
      Ed Milimong burdens a creaking infrastructure says:

      Why, when he’s got private health insurance, and indeed could pay for the operation with cash, did he have his nose fixed on the buckling NHS?

      Like

      • 118
        Post-Op Red Ed says:

        Thimple! It-th becoth I am a man of the peoplth!

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      • 210
        PD77 says:

        The fact is that millionaires don’t stay millionaires if they spend money, plus RED Ed could be undermining the Coalitions NHS reforms one unnecessary operation at a time, just wait until Balls goes in to have his balls removed for the gender reassignment!

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        • 238
          Post-Op Red Ed says:

          Alright, I have been thussed. It-th twoo. I’m a four by too, and we have a weputation for being werry werry tight, and hating thpending money. I went NHS coth it thaved me thpending my money, not becoth I wanted to get down with the pwoles. I confeth. Pleath don’t operwate on me again.

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    • 237
      Annon says:

      The reason you have hair round your lollipop Is to stop you eating it !

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  55. 92
    Miers Porgan says:

    Can criminals work in the States; I thought they were barred?

    Then again, on second thoughts, don’t want him back here. Go easy Guido :)

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  56. 96
    Cutie says:

    We didn’t even need to do much digging on this one. The fucking tit has been boasting about these things for years.

    God I love the internet.

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  57. 101
    Breivik fan says:

    I’m so glad our hero extinguished a bunch of brainwashed socialist mongs at the weekend. They were on the verge of becoming the next socialist dictators to terrorise the world. Norway has been nothing but a haven for bloodthirsty socialist monsters for the past 20 years and their expansionist tendencies know no bounds. These evil 14 to 21 year olds were in the process of planning the murder of 150 million people. But luckily our man got there in time to send a message that we as a people will not stand for this anymore.

    As my fellow brothers like Tron, AC1 and others have pointed out, we couldn’t just let these brainwashed socialists carry on with their lefty agenda. As we all know, political beliefs are fully formed by the age of 15. That’s why conservative hero Ronald Reagan was a staunch Democrat for many years as an adult until he changed to the Republican party. If a hero like Breivik had excised a bunch of limp wristed lefty Democrat commies during that era, we’d have been celebrating the righteous execution of commie Ronald Reagan. Or Winston Churchill, who was a Liberal before rejoining the Conservatives, would have been one of many commie appeasement-brigade libbies executed had a man of Breivik’s bravery acted. That’s because all of us here are very intelligent and compassionate people and we understand that it’s right to murder teenagers for holding different beliefs because they could become Norway’s next Stalin, just like commie lover Reagan who was a Democrat and poised to be their next Mussolini, till he changed to Republican and became a conservative icon. We’re all so, so smart.

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    • 144
      Anon says:

      Forgotten to take your medication again, haven’t you?

      Like

    • 149
      Righty Right Wing (Mrs) says:

      Seek help. Seriously.

      Like

      • 164
        Breivik fan says:

        Kill children, for the sake of humanity, please just kill some 16 year old lefty mongs before they become the next Stalin.

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        • 168
          Anonymous says:

          You and he have a lot in common.

          Insanity, mainly.

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        • 198
          Archer Karcher says:

          How come you are so upset about this?
          Bliar and his government have the blood of tens of thousands of innocents on their hands, yet you say nothing.
          A lunatic shoots 90+ dead and you become as psychotic as this Breivik fellow, you clearly obsess about.

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        • 203
          A. N. Other says:

          The alleged “White Supremacist” website, Stormfont, has had 95,000 guest hits on this subject this week many, no doubt, from the security services trolling for loony mates of the Norwegian nutter. Strangely none of that website’s contbutors are as tasteless as you are or supportive of the murder of 90 kids–some things are beyond humour even in loony-tune land. I would guess that the spooks will be looking for your IP adddress too, you twat!

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      • 271
        Osama the Nazarene says:

        Quite clearly Tat has escaped form the Asylum. I hope the spooks are on full alert.

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    • 251
      Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

      So Churchill was a conservative, the worlds greatest leader, who beat the Nazis, the National Socialist German Workers’ Party…..SOCIALIST being the key word…oh, a bit like the Liebour party Socialists!

      So whats your point!

      You dumb dyslexic Ku Nt!

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      • 293
        Wally Grainger says:

        Churchill supported Franco and Mussolini, no? Wanted to shoot striking miners and send Bomber Harris to the North if there was industrial unrest. Bengal famine…wilful ignorance or deliberate policy?
        But, of couse, he won the war single-handed!

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        • 394
          It's just so tedious says:

          Bengal Famine 1942….when the Japs were crossing the border into British India from Burma and the situation in Europe with Herr Hitler had not yet reached any turning point.

          Look up the real reports and the lessons learned for future response and the measures put in place which were continued in post-independence India.

          Socialists are all theory and and no knowledge.

          Can’t be bothered with the rest of the nonsense.

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        • 421
          Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

          wally….

          you dumb ku nt!

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  58. 106
    Miers Porgan says:

    “Mirror mirror against the wall….. who was the biggest hacker of them all?”

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    • 133
      Andrew Marr says:

      Mirror mirror against the wall whois the fairest of them all?
      You are Anne Robinson
      Mirror mirror against the wall whois the fairest of them all?
      You are Anne Robinsson

      Sun Page 3 features Danni from Coventry.

      For decent politicalcommentary goto the Sun.

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    • 298
      Biggus Dickus says:

      I wonder what the fuckers at Trinity Mirror will say about this. I’m guessing they’ll do what any large organisation run by corrupt wankers will do which is deny everything until proven otherwise.

      If any member of joe public had done what certain MPs, police and journalists had done, they would have gone to jail for a long time. Fuck the lot of them.

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  59. 108
    Anonymous says:

    How come an article about Piers Morgan being a scumbag leads to a myriad of offensive and very old artifical leg jokes. I’m no fan of Heather Mills, but to constantly mock someone with a very serious disability is outrageous.

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    • 115
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      Tis freedom of speech.

      If you dont like it , feel free to collect your full refund and fuck off :-)

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    • 121
      pedant says:

      I don’t think having a leg missing is a “serious disability”.

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      • 147
        abacus fiend says:

        it is if you have heather’s IQ and want to count to 20…….that’s why she had to settle for £15m…..

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        • 185
          pedant says:

          She had to settle for £15M? She had to??

          And then there are Royal Marines who have had both legs replaced with artificial limbs, and do they get £15m? No. £1.5m? No. £150K? No.

          Do they cope? Yes, perfectly well.

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          • Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

            Lesley Ash, coke head and sex slave of her wife beating adulterer husband Lee Chapman, who beat up after a dodgy bit of plastic surgery turned her into a fish, she got MRSA and ahe picked up about £8million in compensation…..!

            Where as all the other ‘normal’ people got sweet FA and a blind eye from Gormless Gordon and teflon Tony and their not so wonderful NHS!

            Work that one out!

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    • 124
      Tax Payer says:

      I guess we mock her because she’s more than a little strange.

      And, being lazy, we hit on the obvious.

      It isn’t clever, and it isn’t grown up. But we gain some harmless schoolboy pleasure from it.

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      • 143
        sg-strummer says:

        Plus she is a gold digging cow who deserves it. Not a Macca fan, and he set himself up for it, but even so, total bitch.

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    • 139
      Eric Cantona, Philosopher says:

      All right she iz like Didier Deschamps a water carrier ‘cept she has a tendency to spill as Sir Paul’s lawyer knows, no?

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      • 234
        Infuriated of West Mids says:

        Still can’t believe she wasn’t found in contempt of court for throwing water over a barrister. Still, I loved whichever wag on TV said that Sir Paul’s barrister was a “BILF”!

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    • 150
      Anon says:

      There is no ‘myriad’ of jokes and no-one is ‘constantly’ mocking her. Dear me.

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    • 500
      he just doesn't get it...yet says:

      you haven’t got a leg to stand on Anon

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  60. 109
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    A message for Piers

    “May the Fawkes be with you!”

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  61. 112
    BBC News says:

    This is a NONE story!

    It doesn’t show David Cameron or the baby eating Tories in a bad light so we’ll be discussing how Labour won us the 2012 Olympics. And how Anders Breivik is a “right-wing nutter” along with Murdoch and the Tea bagging Republicans over in Yankyland who are stopping Barry’O’bummer from saving the world.

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    • 125
      Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      And don’t forget the BBC want Cocaine users to be given an easy time at the Olympics!

      Like

  62. 113
    Breivik fan says:

    I’m so glad our hero extinguished a bunch of brainwashed socialist mongs at the weekend. They were on the verge of becoming the next socialist dictators to terrorise the world. Norway has been nothing but a haven for socialist monsters for the past 20 years. These evil 14 to 21 year olds were in the process of planning the murder of 150 million people. But luckily our man got there in time to send a message that we as a people will not stand for this anymore.

    As my fellow brothers like Tron, AC1 and others have pointed out, we couldn’t just let these brainwashed socialists carry on with their lefty agenda. As we all know, political beliefs are fully formed by the age of 15. That’s why conservative hero Ronald Reagan was a staunch Democrat for many years as an adult until he changed to the Republican party. If a hero like Br*ivik had excised a bunch of limp wristed lefty Democrat commies during that era, we’d have been celebrating the heroic execution of commie Ronald Reagan. Or Churchill, who was a Liberal before rejoining the Conservatives, would have been one of many commie libbies executed had a man of Br*ivik’s bravery acted. That’s because all of us here are very intelligent and compassionate people and we understand that it’s right to murder teenagers for holding different beliefs because they could become Norway’s next Stalin, just like commie lover Reagan who was a Democrat and poised to be their next Mussolini, till he changed to Republican and became a conservative icon. We’re all so, so smart.

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    • 123
      pedant says:

      “As we all know, political beliefs are fully formed by the age of 15.”

      No they’re not.

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    • 153
      BBC News says:

      How many times do we have to say it?
      It was a kids summer camp!
      They were playing in sand boxes blowing bubbles finger painting and dancing around singing Ring a Ring o’ Roses.

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    • 154
      Engineer says:

      Perhaps you’d be good enough to take your vile trolling somewhere else.

      Like

    • 159
      Anon says:

      You’ve already done this once, haven’t you? It just proves my point – you must have forgotten to take your medication. Now just lie down and Nursie will bring the straitjacket.

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      • 170
        Breivik fan says:

        Please, won’t you just listen to the wise words of Tron, AC1, WVM, Bowden and all the other decent compassionate people who’ve quite rightly celebrated the execution of a bunch of lefty mongs? When will you do your bit and kill some fucking lefty socialist scum? We need to show the world that only we are compassionate and would never revel in the deaths of children, unlike lefty scum. That was a nazi death camp in Norway and we should be glad it was destroyed by a brave hero.

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        • 172
          Tax Payer says:

          Wrong place, pal

          Like

        • 177
          sg-strummer says:

          Drop dead you prat.

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        • 189
          Anon says:

          Just hold him down while I put the straitjacket on. The frontal lobotomy is scheduled for tomorrow morning.

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        • 190
          WVM says:

          I never said anything of the sort, your nothing more than a lying lefty troll.

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        • 209
          Sigismund Fraud says:

          Und here ve haff einer architypicalishe example off vhat ve professional Psycologists call zer transference. Zer subjekt, obviously an impotent left-vinker, feels sexually empowered by impersonating zer imaginary right-vink voices in its kopf, ja? Like zer Ed Balls dressing like zat dreadful Austrian schmukh mit zer mustache for der kicks. I vould zay it has lost its Johnnie Marbles und should zeek zer lengthy, expensive therapy mit ein accredited Fraudian psychopath.

          Zank you, zat vill be twenty Dollars bitte.

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    • 269
      Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

      Dear Guido, can you get this dumb Nazi fuck off your page before l get friends at GCHQ to get me his address and l hunt the dumb Nazi down!

      Nazi party were socialist, Liebour are socialists….he shot the wrong people!

      Now fuck off.

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  63. 122
    Jeremy Clarkson's fist says:

    Let me at him again

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  64. 126
    Henry Ford says:

    Amy Winehouse approaches the gates of heaven and finds herself at the back of an enormous queue.St Peter sees her and beckons her to the front,”Am i getting special treatment because of my fame?”she asks.No says St Peter.Im wating for a Norwegian translator for this lot,

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    • 130
      Hurrah! Amy Whitehouse is a dead chav! says:

      “Amy Winehouse approaches the gates of heaven”

      You see? That’s where the joke goes wrong. Right there.

      Like

      • 219
        The Other Bloke says:

        If she was at the Pearly Gates she would have to form a line…….

        also
        a.. Elton John will perform at Amy Winehouse’ s funeral with a beautiful
        rendition of Candle Under The Spoon.
        b.. Can all those mourners outside Amy Winehouse’s home please form a
        line? It’s what she would’ve wanted.
        c.. What was Amy Winehouse’s biggest hit? Her last one!
        d.. McDonalds have released the Amy Winehouse McValue Meal. Just Coke and Ice.
        e.. Congrats to Amy Winehouse! She has been sober for 24hrs.
        f.. Amy Winehouse, Kurt Cobain, Jimmi Hendrix, Ian Curtis, Jim Morrison,
        Janis Joplin all died at 27. Justin Bieber turns 27 in 2021. Just be
        patient.

        Who thinks tese up so fast?

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    • 158
      Amy Smackhouse says:

      They tried to cremate my beehive but it said Buzz Buzz Buzz…

      Like

  65. 127
    Derron Brown says:

    Piers is BENT!

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  66. 131
    Lady Mucca says:

    Like me, he’s not got a leg to stand on.

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  67. 135
    Huffing Beeb says:

    On the ‘Desert Island Discs’ scoop, BBC article giving the credit to their soulmates at the ‘Huff Post’ and ‘Guardian’. No mention of Guido or the ‘Daily Beast’.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-14311382

    Timestamp on ‘Daily Beast’ article with the full interview: Jul 26, 2011 11:45 PM EDT.
    Timestamp of ‘Huff Post’ article with the full interview: First Posted: 27/7/11 07:12 GMT.

    Lying Beeb.

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    • 145
      Anonymous says:

      Nor did they mention it’s one of their own programs which they could (should?) have found themselves.

      Like

      • 156
        abacus fiend says:

        the bbc, in the interests of balance, are prevented from investigating leftist crimes. Nation shall speak (partial) truth unto nation…..

        Like

    • 513
      Anon says:

      The BBC would never acknowledge Guido because it would be acknowledging that they have seen all the scathing criticism they have had on here over the last few weeks.

      Like

  68. 161
    God says:

    there was a smug hack called piers
    who ran two sleazy tabloids for years
    sporting a pink slap-me face
    he denied each hacking case
    but it inevitably ended in tears

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    • 175
      HenryV says:

      Please God just one Beeb ‘phone hack. Please.

      Like

    • 247
      Annon says:

      there was a Geordie from Gorton who had a long leg and a shorton , to make up for that, she had a big tw@t, and a fart like a 650 Norton

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      • 264
        South of the M4 says:

        Why are Japanese bikes so named? So you can sit on a street corner and hear,
        ” Yamm-aaaaaa-hhhaaaa ” or ” Suuuu-zuuuuu-kiiiiii”. And then we have the British bikes, ” nor-ton “, and ” Tri-humph “. Not the same sound eh?

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  69. 165
    Piers Morgan sings the blues says:

    Yesterday. All my troubles seemed so far away. Now it looks as if their here to stay. Oh, I believe in yesterday.

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  70. 167
    nell says:

    http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/news/article-1562288/Editors-Slickergate-story-unravels.html

    you have to admit then when he pastes himself into a corner our piers tells a slick fairytale and sticks to it .

    all the same this dodgy pal of the unworthy browns is heading in exactly the same direction as gordon – down and out.

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    • 228
      South of the M4 says:

      If only Gordon was down and out.

      Like

    • 232
      PD77 says:

      El Gordo may be down but he is far from out, I’d love a job where I turn up for the equivalent of a couple of weeks a year and still get paid for the full term whilst pursuing my own warped agenda!

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  71. 178
    Red Ed the Millionaire says:

    On the GQ.com site there’s an interview published in March of this year with Red Ed, its entitled ‘When Piers met Ed Miliband’ here’s a brief extract from it:

    “Are you posh?
    What does that mean?
    You speak posh.
    I was brought up in a middle-class home but my parents were refugees and I went to a comprehensive school, so not that posh, no.
    Are you wealthy?
    Wealthier than most, definitely.
    Millionaire?
    [Pause] I live in a relatively expensive house.
    How much is it worth?
    I’m not sure, over a million.
    How much exactly?
    I don’t know, Piers, I haven’t checked.
    You don’t know? Everyone else in Britain knows what their house is worth.
    It was bought for £1.6m.
    When?
    A year and a bit ago.
    Well remembered. How big’s the mortgage?
    Quite big.
    How big, percentage wise?
    It’s reasonably big. Come on…”

    Later on in the interview, the subject of Miliband’s wealth is brought up again:

    “Why are you embarrassed to be called a millionaire?
    I don’t actually own the house, Justine does.
    So you married a millionaire?
    I’m not married!
    So your wife owns the house?
    She’s not my wife!
    So your girlfriend owns the house?
    My partner. Girlfriend sounds too temporary.”

    Since this interview was conducted, Mr. Miliband has married his long-term partner, the barrister Justine Thornton. A report by the Daily Mail described him as “the atheist son of a Marxist intellectual.”

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  72. 179
    Andrew Efiong says:

    Excellent. You’ve flushed him out and he’s on the run.

    I love his twitter outburst. Taking lessons from Lee Jasper!

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    • 233
      PD77 says:

      What is boasting about the size of his Phallus as well? Or just the extent of his fallacy?

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  73. 180

    In the manner of “Country Joe” McDonald, of Country Joe and the Fish:

    “GIVE ME A VOICELESS LABIODENTAL FRICATIVE!!!!!!”

    “F”

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  74. 193

    “It gets worse, Guido has been told Morgan played the recording out loud to the newsroom for fun. Laughing and mocking Macca’s misery.”

    Morgan has always said he’s a massive Macca/Beatles fan. So what does this make him, if true?

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      PD77 says:

      Well as he’s a known Liebore supporter, ah I can’t be bothered but let’s just say Pinocchio has got some stiff competition if ever Morons nose starts to grow!

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  75. 195
    Fred Blogs says:

    End of the Piers show – traditional summer holiday entertainment.

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  76. 197
    Man on Richmond Bridge says:

    Anyone want to contribute to a whip around to buy Piers pyjamas with large arrows pointing upwards?

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  77. 218
    nell says:

    piers morgan washington post

    the problem for piers is that the ame ri can press is beginning to take a keen interest in his past now.

    after insider trading, fake photo scandals and hacking troubles here he went to am eric a hoping for a clean start.

    now it’s all followed him over the pond and there’s nowhere left to hide.

    In contrast this is all getting Guido great publicity in am eri ca so there’s some good coming out of it!

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      Infuriated of West Mids says:

      Hear, hear! I hate to sound like a sycophantic bottom-puckerer, but do keep up the good work, Guido!

      The only downside is we’ll have to have him back…

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  78. 222
    I know a Man who Can.... says:

    Hey Piers, any chance of a quick hack into Ed’s webcam so we can see his swollen schnozzer?

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  79. 223
    Engineer says:

    Oh dear. Not a great way to impress Celia. Looks like it could be one of those ‘please explain’ conversations. With folded arms.

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  80. 225
    Fake Blood says:

    God I hope he did. Fingers crossed.

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  81. 229
    Geoffrey Hoon MP Esq says:

    I have been out of the Huntry for a while getting treatment for hoonism. Anything happening? Who is this Chris Hoon chappie. I once had lunch with a Piers Moron. Is he in a spot of bother?

    I miss being a celeb in this blog.

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  82. 230
    MB. says:

    Of course Heather Mills could have played the message to one of his reporters who taped it with her permission.

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      Anonymous says:

      She was playing dirty with Macca – so who knows?

      BTW – I read in one of the Sunday’s that they couldn’t hack Macca’s phone ‘cos the number is uber-secure, known to only 4 or 5 people.

      If hers was the same, then was it even possible to hack?

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      • 281
        MB. says:

        “BTW – I read in one of the Sunday’s that they couldn’t hack Macca’s phone ‘cos the number is uber-secure, known to only 4 or 5 people.”

        Hasn’t it been said that some of the people involved were bribing employees of mobile phone companies to get information like that.

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          Anonymous says:

          Maybe it was registered to his secretary?

          Without the proper name on the account, or a willing friend, you can’t get somebody’s number, I guess.

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      Get real says:

      So Heather will vouch for him after he told the world how awful she was for a national treasure like Macca and how he felt ‘guilty’ for introducing them at the Brits and all

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  83. 231
    Civil Servant says:

    Piers Morgan tweeted:
    I don’t mind being wrongly smeared with all this #Hackgate stuff, I’d just rather it wasn’t done by liars, druggie ex-bankrupts and conmen.

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  84. 239
    Dr David Kelly says:

    millicent had a nose job but still talking through his arse.

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      Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

      Well said…once we bury this dumb lying twat Morgan, we go after your killers david, sorry, hackers, Mr baldwin and Mr Campbell!

      We will get you all…one at a time if need be!

      Teflon Tony and McBust…your time will come!

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    • 473
      Eddie the Red-Nosed Reindeer says:

      Thith beggarth belief.

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  85. 240
    Anonymous says:

    what we all need a good holiday

    oh, wait a minute, our ‘all in it together’ dave’s having one soon

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/david-cameron/8665889/David-Cameron-rents-luxury-18th-century-villa-in-Tuscany-for-family-holiday.html

    says it all doesn’t it

    the rich do what they like even through a massive recession – the rest of us just have to give everything up and live in austerity

    fucking bastards the lot of ‘em

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      South of the M4 says:

      There will always be the rich and the super rich. Don’t let it eat you. I also think Cameron is a *astard, but not because he is rich.

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      nell says:

      As long as that’s not pollytwaddle’s villa I’m happy.

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      Anon says:

      The rich like Polly Toynbee who owns a villa in Tuscany? She doesn’t even have to rent one, does she?

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        Grow up says:

        Of course- it’s not like anyone in the Labour party ever enjoyed an expensive holiday is it?

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  86. 244
    Piers Browns his pants says:

    Piers aint getn away with it. Piers is still manipulating the markets cus shares are taking a nosedive. The Mirror has hit the panic button and gone into overdrive. You can hear their shredders, they have been working non stop since yesterday. Covering up the evidence? Slie is next!

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  87. 250
    Anonymous says:

    Er….I wonder why the BBC with all it’s resources aren’t investigating this, and leaving all the work to a blogger?

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  88. 259
    Phil Collins says:

    Goodbye Piers.

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  89. 268
    Genesis says:

    Yeah, I was there when I saw what you did, I saw it with my own two eyes. So you can wipe of that grin cos I know where you’ve and its all been a pack of lies!

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  90. 271
    nell says:

    Thing is macca’s quite popular and influential amongst the celebs in ame ri ca.

    If piers will do this to macca he’ll do it to anyone. They’ll all be a bit leary about him after this I’d have thought.

    not exactly good publicity for a cnn celeb talk show host!

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  91. 280
    lee jasper says:

    What is all the fuss about all whites look and
    sound the same anyway?

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    C.Hacka Khan says:

    Goodbye Piers!

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  94. 297
    Wally Grainger says:

    Guido Fawkes fanclub so distraught at Murdoch getting caught! The thought of it, really.
    Still, defend the rich and powerful, eh guys?

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      Anonymous says:

      It was your no-brain mates made a big thing out of this, sunshine.

      Watson? Prescott? Miliband?

      They’ve sown the wind…..

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      • 307
        Wally Grainger says:

        Poor old Murdoch(s)/Brooks/Coulson/etc…
        Who can Cameron and Osborne meet with now to get their orders?

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        • 314
          Blair and Brown says:

          We’ve got the original copies of the orders if they need a refresh.

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          • Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

            Tom Baldwin/ally campbell hacking a weapons inspectors phone who then kills himself!

            isnt that Manslaughter!

            Lot worse than hacking!

            Oh, sorry, did l just implicate liebour!

            where are my manners!

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          • nell says:

            Was it alycampbell in that helicopter that landed on the hill besides Dr Kelly’s body? And what was he doing there?

            As with all things, as piers is now finding – the truth will out one day!!

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  95. 300
    Wally Grainger says:

    Hey, don’t forget to do your paid duty on the Guardian website – there might be a left of centre article on there. You know, a critique of capitalism. The bstards! Quick…go and defend the status quo. Use a bit of cold war rhetoric, capitalism-is-fantastic type stuff.

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  96. 302
    BBC investigations unit says:

    There are much more pressing stories of far greater importance and the BBC are bringing you these stories in breathtaking depth in never before seen detail. There might be more floods in Pakistan for instance. The conservative dominated coalition is struggling with the economy barely growing at 0.2% and with some extreme right wing nut case loony tea party red neck racists vandalising the US economy with their evil and selfish demands we at the BBC feel that the hacking scandal must be ignored until the real true evil villainous duo of Cameron and Murdoch can be placed once again under the BBC designed trusty spotlight of ultimate truth under which various right wing filth can be outed before the masses.

    There is only one news channel you people really need and that channel is BBC news. Now pay your licence fee, this is your last warning, we know where you live, unless of course you are a follower of the true faith in which case the infidels will gladly pay your share.

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      Civil Servant says:

      I’d like right-wing filth to pay my license fee, please. I didn’t know it was an option.

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  97. 303
    Wally Grainger says:

    Defend NI! It’s only a little bit of corruption and criminality invloving government media, police etc. Nothing to see here, really.
    To think – if it wasn’t for the sterling work of Nick Davies and The Guardian, Murdoch would own BSkyB and have us even more in his filthy little grasp.

    Doh!

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      Anonymous says:

      Pity the Guardian weren’t more thorough and do some more grubbing around on the Mirror Group who were the biggest abusers then isn’t it? Could have saved Fawkes an awful lot of trouble.

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    • 361
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      The worst of the corruption took place under a Labour government. Apart from the Coulson affair, all else is firmly in the period of Labour’s 13 years of mis-rule. Davis and the Gordian may have won a skirmish but the War is about to be lost by the Left. The Labour party is a total shambles, the EUSSR is collapsing as we watch, the wheels are coming off the CAGW scam, and you still can’t grasp the enormity of the walloping international socialism is about to endure. I hope that you are a young man, because you’ll have to wait and awful long time before socialism becomes a global force once more.

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    • 390
      Anon says:

      You mean, like the BBC have got us all in their filthy little grasp, forcing us to pay for biased news we don’t want to listen to?

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      • 399
        Woodward and Bernstein says:

        I don’t listen to it any more.
        I prefer the more balanced approach of ITN.

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    • 445
      N Machiavelli says:

      You’re not very good at this, are you?

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    • 510
      Flim flam says:

      Don’t get upset our Wally, I’ll go and get mam out of the pub.

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  98. 315
    Wally Grainger says:

    Whatever Morgan may (or may not) have done, it would take some doing to compare with Murdoch and co. Hacking the phones of murder victims/bribery and corruption/staggering venality/criminality…allegedly, of course. Lots more, I’m sure!

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      Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

      Or printing fake photos of British soldiers urinating on Iraqis that cost lives….

      or doing a Baldwin/campbell…ie hacking a Government weapons inspectors phone, exposing him to the world so he took his own life!

      thanks for the insight you big wally!

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      Engineer says:

      Well, Wally, people who know far more about these things than I have suggested that ‘dark arts’, including voicemail interception of other peoples’ mobile phones, was (and for all we know, possibly still is) endemic through the tabloid sector of the press, not unknown among the ‘broadsheets’, and (who knows?) maybe not unknown among broadcasters. Given that journalistic open secret, when Watson, Bryant et al went after Murdoch by lifting the lid off this particular can of worms, it was pretty much inevitable that all sorts of things would slither out sooner or later, wasn’t it? Who knows what else might come to light yet?

      Wonder if that’s why Baldwin and Balls were not that keen on this particular strategy?

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      Anonymous says:

      you stupid ignorant twat.

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      WVM says:

      Oh I don’t know about that and I wouldn’t be so sure of yourself!
      It’s early days yet and one could stick their neck out far too much and make a complete arse out of themselves very easily.

      What gets me though is the BBC in all of this, they ran that story at full tilt for a solid three weeks and any other story got a quick five minutes if that. The spectacle was truly pathetic, it was like some sort of leftymedia wankfest, if any one in the UK had any doubts over the BBC’s impartiality it was confirmed in full in those three weeks. Even Hugh Grant join in with the rest of the luvvies, no one has any sympathy for that bubbling idiot. Yes, all that going on wile we were at war in two Muslim countries and a financial Euro crisis as well as all the other smaller national and international stories going on at the time. People even started to e-mail and writing in to the BBC telling them give it a rest, they were sick to death of it. Talk about being completely out of touch!

      What the hell is it with Murdoch eh?
      Why does he scare you lefties to death, different when he was in bed with new liebour back in the day. Look, if you don’t like his papers then don’t buy them, if you don’t like Sky TV then don’t buy it’s subscription. Sky News hardly has a monopoly in the UK in the news arena now does it? If you want to find a monopoly in that area look no further than the BBC which provides 50% of all news over all media types.

      Also, if you don’t like the BBC can you choose not to purchase it? If you stop watching live broadcasts and stop paying for your TV licence what happens to you?
      The TV licence is classified as a tax, a tax on all television watching regardless of what channels you watch. You lefties want to wind your necks in, the BBC is a very large house of cards and if there is to be an uproar about media then that is the place to start.

      Fuck, that’s four small paragraphs!

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  99. 322
    joescotus says:

    ot wake me up when youse get around to raggy arsed omar trotting around like some latterday saint(replete with manbag(((( no it really isnt a bomb come on im just like you ) extolling the virtues of he who cant be visioned….last time l squinted this countys culture has fuck all to do with raggy arses ideas

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    • 340
      joescotus says:

      if i remember ragy arse did a peice on telly some years back bout jobs and brittans unemployed army i sat though 48 minutes of marxist drivel disguised as looka here whitey im as educated as you ,,,, wont bore you……..49th minute the solution….. whitey has to get on a plane and seek work….. thats you mr smith mr jones mr fawkes

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  100. 324
    slimey huhne says:

    Chris Huhne cleared after probe into his electoral expenses

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2019423/Chris-Huhne-cleared-probe-electoral-expenses.html#ixzz1TKxz7nCc

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  101. 330
    nell says:

    Really ?

    You think publishing fake photos of soldiers abusing prisoners and putting soldiers lives at risk is a nothing?!

    You think insider trading , which is an offence is a nothing?

    You think hacking and trawling through people’s bins is inoffensive?

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  102. 333
    Oh yes? says:

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  103. 334
    Anonymous says:

    so the coalition government has met with murdoch or representative 100 times

    http://www.thefirstpost.co.uk/82273,news-comment,news-politics,was-the-cabinet-no-longer-impartial-over-bskyb-bid

    what this means is the the coalition have met with murdoch 100 times more than with me!!

    and i fucking live in this country!!!

    bastards

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    • 336
      Twat spotter says:

      Red ed has met with News International 16 times since September compared to Osbourne who is actually in government 17 times since the election in 2010.

      Fact. Evening standard tonight check for yourself then fuck off

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    • 346
      Anonymous says:

      So fucking what.

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      • 353
        Anonymous says:

        He’s obviously some religious nut who thinks Murdoch is the devil, and is very, very concerned.

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        • 363
          Anonymous says:

          I want to see a list of every meeting and conversation between Labour and NI since 1995.

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        • 368
          A Labour-voting parasite with (naturally) a low IQ says:

          Ooh, the Murdoch! ‘e’s evil, that one is, I tell’s ya and make no mistake. Beware the Murdoch. If yer kiddies don’t eat their turkey twizzlers, the Murdoch will come for them at night! It’s true, I tell ya! innit.

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  104. 337
    The Law says:

    “Guido has been told Morgan played the recording out loud to the newsroom for fun. Laughing and mocking Macca’s misery.”

    It’s time to name names and put up the evidence Guido.

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  105. 339
    Tapestry says:

    With the public, Piers would have done better to come clean and offer to spill all he knows. Except he must be seen as a risk now to the powerful who put him into, and kept him in place. From that point of view he has to keep issuing denials, and keep quiet about all he knows, or be silenced in the traditional manner.

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  106. 342
    The only het in the country says:

    Has someone been tampering with the pie quay’s meds? I swear he was never this shrieky before.

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  107. 343
    Chris Huhne says:

    I Bagsy the top bunk Piers.

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  108. 347
    joescotus says:

    huuulne whattafudd…. morgan…whattafudd

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  109. 351
    HappyUK says:

    Piers “Morgan” Moron is obviously as mad as a box of frogs, but some hard questions need to be asked of McCartney, surely!

    When that swivel-eyed Geordie bint first came hobbling towards him with dollar signs in her eyes clutching a spade, did it not occur to him to put his guard up?

    Did he not have a daughter on hand to give him a hard slap when he was clearly on the verge of doing something monumentally f***ing stupid with his life?

    Or does he consider yourself the world’s most top bloke because he wrote “Eleanor Rigby” 60-odd years ago, who doesn’t need to take advice from any f***er? He’s obviously not, if a cold-eyed unidexter like Mills could take him you to the cleaners!

    Silly looking bugger!

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  110. 352
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      nell says:

      If you’re looking for menace you have to go with gordon.

      I have never seen anyone smile with as much malice as he does!

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  111. 356
    Sherlock Jones says:

    Is there any way we can put pressure on Macca to sue the twat?

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    • 450
      Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

      Maccca worth £500million..

      Morgan worth….well, what does the Mirror cost these days!

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  112. 374
    Bob Dole says:

    Bloody brilliant.

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  113. 375
    Sharon Shoesmith says:

    Let’s face it. Macca is a stupid c unt. The only person in the whole wided world who could not see that Mills was a gold digger was Macca himself.

    Who can blame the Mirror newsroom from laughing at this? Even a social worker would.

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    • 380
      nell says:

      Talking of gold diggers , piers strikes me as a prime candidate!

      He finds all these celebrities who want to ‘cry’ on his shows , so making him loadsamoney and getting them loadsapublicity

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  114. 383
    Still in the land of the living but its very noisy outside says:

    http://uk.news.yahoo.com/lockerbie-bomber-appears-libyan-television-000910121.html

    Nah nah nanah na!

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  115. 387
    cheche says:

    Dont forget to remind Uk uncut about Branson moving to Swiss tax haven.

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  116. 391
    labourunionsbbc we are one says:

    Choosing not to have a telly at all was (probably still is) no guarantee not to be harassed by the authorities.

    Although it was difficult for the young lad, school and all that, I chose not to have a television for over 15 years from from the early 198os but it didn’t stop the doggy characters, from who knows where knocking at my door asking why I hadn’t bought a TV licence, the implication being I had a tele.

    Although I repeatedly told them year on year I didn’t own one the never the less still pestered me throughout the entire 15 years.

    Judging by their bearing, manner and accents I swear that a couple of times the men who called were from something like the intelligence services or some other special branch of government. Slightly unnerving.

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  117. 401
    Anonymous says:

    His chat show is quite watchable though.

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    • 408
      who gives a sh*t says:

      I’ve never watched it.
      I’m not interested in seeing crap celebrities plugging their wares.

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  118. 403
    Milimong: changes to media plurality rules should exclude BBC says:

    The BBC should not be affected by any changes to media plurality laws, Labour leader Ed Miliband has said.

    However, broadcasters on digital channels – notably BSkyB – could find new limits introduced regarding cross-platform ownership as part of the forthcoming Communications Act.

    Speaking in the House of Commons on Wednesday, the leader of the opposition described the previous act, passed in 2003, as “an analogue act in a digital age”.

    “The Act needs to be updated as such a concentration of power is unhealthy,” he added. “If one thing comes out of what we have seen in the past two weeks and over many years, it must be that we understand the point about concentrations of power in our society because large concentrations of power are more likely to lead to abuses of power.”

    Labour has already been pressing for the act to be fast-tracked in light of recent events.

    Challenged on the extent of the BBC’s power by Conservative MP Charlie Elphicke, Miliband insisted the corporation was “much more tightly bound by public interest guidelines than newspapers” and that there was “a distinction” not only between broadcasters and print, but between the BBC and all other media.

    “We should be careful about lumping the BBC in with all this because it is in a different category,” he told the Commons.

    Source : http://tinyurl.com/3d3hde6

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    • 459
      Leftie Beeboid not interested in the truth says:

      “We should be careful about lumping the BBC in with all this because it is in a different category,” he told the Commons”.

      Yeah its openly left wing thats fucking why

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        I don't need no doctor says:

        Plurality must apply to the BBC. To argue otherwise is hypocrisy. Miliband has his own agenda with regard to the left wing biased BBC. Miliband is an hypocrite.
        Miliband is on a collision course with the power base of the UK. There will be only one loser.

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      • 495
        JH says:

        Imagine the fuss if the BBC was overtly right wing. Can you even begin the picture the histrionics from the Left if this were the case.

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    • 493
      Anon says:

      Why should the BBC be a special case? The very fact that we are all forced to pay for it should mean that we all get more say in how it is run and what it spends our money on. It runs PR exercises claiming to take the public’s opinions into account, but we all know they are accountable to no-one, especially in regard to their political bias.

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  119. 404
    John Riches says:

    I’ve said it above, but maybe it’s better here; Private Eye ran this story, almost word for word, about a year ago, and nobody – not Guido, the BBC, Guardian etc – picked up on it…

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  120. 407
    Stall Pains says:

    You fucking idiot Guido.

    Any fule no that Lady Mucka sold the story of her marriage break-up herself to the highest bidder. She was probably sat in Moron’s office playing him the tapes herself in return for the sympathetic stories the Mirror published.

    You misleading Hunt.

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  121. 410
    Ah! Monika says:

    Extract from Wiki

    Guess who will be on the front page of Private Eye next week

    Morgan appeared as a guest on the satirical news quiz Have I Got News for You in an episode transmitted on 24 May 1996.[48] In it, show regular Ian Hislop and Morgan failed to keep their mutual contempt off-screen. Hislop accused Morgan of having him (Hislop) followed and having his house watched. The conflict escalated and at one point the host, Angus Deayton, asked if they wished to go outside and have a fight. Later on, guest panelist Clive Anderson confronted Morgan commenting “the last time I was rude to you, you sent photographers to my doorstep the next day”, to which Piers Morgan retorted “[Y]ou won’t see them this time.” Hislop commented “[H]e is charming isn’t he”, and Morgan replied, “Don’t try the popularity line with me, Hislop”, before appealing to the audience: “Does anyone actually like him?”. The audience responded loudly in favour of Hislop.

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  122. 414
    Dean Hunt says:

    It goes right to the top.

    On a completely different note, thinking of things that may not go right to the top, reading Little Lee Jasper’s twitter meltdown just the noo i got the distinct impression Little Lee didn’t think he was black enough.

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  123. 419
    Jones says:

    This is slightly dodgy too.

    http://media.guardian.co.uk/diary/

    Relevant section extracted here:

    Have you heard the one about…
    Tabloid newspaper vaults, Monkey is assured, are full of glorious
    scoops too explosive ever to see the light of the day. Until now.
    Heard the one about the Princess of Wales, Stephen Hawking, Will
    Carling and Victor Lewis-Smith? Piers Morgan has, and now the Mirror
    editor has let the cat out of the bag. It all began when Lewis-Smith,
    notorious prankster and occasional TV critic, telephoned Diana’s
    office pretending to be Hawking; slow-motion electronic voice and all.
    His impersonation of Hawking was so good, the dreadlocked one got all
    the way through to the Princess, who seemed strangely unfazed to be
    receiving a call from the author of A Brief History of Time. “How’s
    Will?” apparently enquired Lewis-Smith/Hawking (forgive us if we
    paraphrase a little). “He’s fine,” she replies, “He’s at Eton and he’s
    settling down, beginning to concentrate on his studies,” replied Di.
    “No, not that Will,” said the prankster, “Will Carling.” Cue bemused
    silence. “Is it true that Will Carling is big?” More silence. “Is it
    right he is so big he may have to be buried face down on his stomach?”
    Something to do with rigor mortis, Monkey imagines, but let us carry
    on. Lewis-Smith/Hawking then asked, “Have you read my book?” Yes,
    replied Diana. “What did you think of my theory of [insert
    extraordinarily complicated space-time continuum theory here]?.”
    Unfortunately,he never got to hear Di’s reply, as the professor’s
    voice was muffled out by a series of cod-explosions and yelps, before
    another voice appears on the phone to inform Diana, “I’m afraid Dr
    Hawking’s electronic voice box has exploded. It happens when he gets
    over-excited.” We know not how, but a tape recording of this dialogue
    has ended up in the hands of Mirror editor, Morgan, who has been
    playing it to executives and columnists (one of whom is Lewis-Smith
    himself) at Christmas parties. Several, loyal to the crown, have said
    it makes “uncomfortable listening” but quickly admit they were rolling
    in the aisles. So come on Piers, don’t be a Scrooge. Put down your
    moral compass, stick it on your website and let us all join in the
    fun…

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  124. 423
    Piers.Voicemail says:

    EXCLUSIVE: MIRROR GROUP ‘HACKED AMANDA HOLDEN’S PHONE FOR YEARS’
    http://hat4uk.wordpress.com/2011/07/27/exclusive-mirror-group-hacked-amanda-holdens-phone-for-years/
    “TV star Amanda Holden was tipped off some time in 2003 that her phone had been, for some considerable time, hacked by Mirror Group Newspapers. Piers Morgan, the man this morning at the centre of a new Hackgate storm following further Radio interview revelations, was the editor of the Mirror from the mid 1990s until May 2004. ”

    Just a blog allegation lacking in solid substantiation but may be another one that heats up.

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    • 502
      Mount Street Slapper says:

      just imagine how exciting amanda’s phone mesages must have been…yawn for britain

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  125. 424
    tidbits says:

    “My style is to roll out a story drip, drip until it becomes a tsunami,” says Paul Staines, a self-described “rightwinger” who goes by the nom de blog of Guido Fawkes, who has already claimed the scalps of several hapless British politicos in the seven years he’s been blogging at his website, Order-Order.com

    Piers Morgan saga continues
    http://content.usatoday.com/communities/entertainment/post/2011/07/piers-morgan-saga-continues/1

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      Piers for souvenirs says:

      “The bottom line for Staines is demonstrating that all of the fiercely competitive British newspapers for years have engaged in illegal practices to get stories, not just those edited by Morgan or owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. “What I’m trying to do is widen the circular firing squad and the way to do it is you’ve got to have a villain,” he says. “There’s no point using the names of executives or editors no one ever heard of (in America). But everybody knows Piers’ name. He’s a character.”

      http://content.usatoday.com/communities/entertainment/post/2011/07/piers-morgan-saga-continues/1

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      • 451
        Tachybaptus says:

        Guido, it’s definitely time to take the name ‘Stаіnеs’ off your mod list, or these useful comments get held up. It’s not as if were something seriously unmentionable, like Јеws eating реаs.

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  126. 429
    The only het in the country says:

    “Laughing and mocking Macca’s misery”

    which is smaller out of a nano violin and a pico violin? whichever it is, i need one to respond to this.

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  127. 430
    Huhne 1, Sunlight Centre for Advanced Self Abuse 0 says:

    In May a complaint was made by the Sunlight Centre for Open Politics, a group which campaigns for greater transparency in politics, which disputed spending Mr Huhne declared on leaflets and an election website.

    But the Electoral Commission said on Wednesday it would take no action against the MP, having found only minor discrepancies. The cost of the website was £45.15 rather than the £35 reported – but was still within Mr Huhne’s spending limit.

    Mr Huhne reported spending of £18,608 against a limit of £28,874 for the “long campaign” period – and reported £10,911 against a limit of £11,024 for the short campaign period.

    The Commission said Mr Huhne should take more care with his campaign literature, as some letters did not accurately carry the name of their printer, as they are required to.

    But it said a decision to allocate £5,400 spending to the Lib Dem national campaign, rather than his Eastleigh campaign, was “reasonable and in line with Electoral Commission guidance”.

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  128. 434
    Daily Mirror says:

    LONDON – Paul McCartney’s wife Heather Mills has given birth to a girl,
    the couple said Thursday.

    Beatrice, the couple’s first child, was born Tuesday at a London
    hospital and weighed 7 pounds, her parents said in a statement.

    “She is a little beauty. We couldn’t be prouder,” the 61-year-old former
    Beatle McCartney and Mills, 35, said, adding that they were “ecstatic.”

    A spokeswoman for the Hospital of St. John and St. Elizabeth (search)
    said Beatrice Milly McCartney was born three weeks premature and
    delivered by Caesarean section.

    Spokeswoman Claire Hornick said the baby and mother were doing “very
    well,” and added that Mills and McCartney were still in the hospital
    Thursday.

    The Daily Mirror newspaper had reported earlier Thursday that the child
    was a boy.

    The baby is Mills’ first child. McCartney has three adult children
    Stella, Mary and James, and a stepdaughter, Heather, from his marriage
    to first wife Linda McCartney (search), who died in 1998 from breast
    cancer.

    The baby was named after Mills’ late mother Beatrice and McCartney’s
    aunt Milly, Hornick said.

    Mills, a former model who lost a leg in a motorcycle accident and raises
    money for children disabled in war, married McCartney at an Irish castle
    in June 2002.

    Earlier this year, she expressed fears she would never have a child
    because of a series of health problems.

    “The chances of me getting pregnant are about that much,” she said in a
    television interview, holding up her thumb and finger an inch apart.

    But the couple announced in May that Mills was pregnant.

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  129. 436
    Ah! Monika H/T Telegraph says:

    The remains of a man who has been missing for 27 years have been discovered lodged in the chimney of a bank in Louisiana

    And no he didn’t have a sack full of presents

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  130. 443
    Huhne says stuff Guido says:

    Stick it to him Guido..Morgan is a lying toad who will twist and turn any which way to avoid the truth…..unlike me

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  131. 458
    Eye_Spy says:

    “I wept like a baby while I sold a million more copies of my comic…..

    …. In fact I wept all the way to the Bank!”

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  132. 463
    John Ward says:

    Guido on the nail here. The playing out loud to newsroom staff thing is also true, appeared in The Eye at one point (no suit from Piers) and also at the Slog with further details….
    http://hat4uk.wordpress.com/2011/07/27/hackgate-day-196-heather-mills-paul-mccartney-and-piers-morgans-way-with-a-song/

    Macca’s publicist Stuart Bell yesterday: “If Morgan thinks he’s Macca’s friend, he’s the only one who does…”

    Morganagrams will be an Olympic sport in 2010…Romping Arse, Arse Rim Pong, Grime Parson, and the most appropriate at the minute, er, prison game.

    The bloke is a berk…punishment long overdue, pattern’s the same as all Wapping Liars…bully, brazen it out, mountain of evidence, maintain denial, collar felt by Plod.
    http://hat4uk.wordpress.com/2011/07/27/hackgate-the-morgan-denials-are-what-you-might-call-rebekah-coulson/

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    • 496
      JH says:

      Breathe a sigh of relief Guido.

      John Ward, in between his usual pitiful link whoring, has stated you are on the nail with this one.

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  133. 464
    The Slog says:

    Guido on the nail here. The playing out loud to newsroom staff thing is also true, appeared in The Eye at one point (no suit from Piers) and also at the Slog with further details….
    http://hat4uk.wordpress.com/2011/07/27/hackgate-day-196-heather-mills-paul-mccartney-and-piers-morgans-way-with-a-song/

    Macca’s publicist Stuart Bell yesterday: “If Morgan thinks he’s Macca’s friend, he’s the only one who does…”

    Morganagrams will be an Olympic sport in 2010…Romping Arse, Arse Rim Pong, Grime Parson, and the most appropriate at the minute, er, prison game.

    The bloke is a berk…punishment long overdue, pattern’s the same as all Wapping Liars…bully, brazen it out, mountain of evidence, maintain denial, collar felt by Plod.
    http://hat4uk.wordpress.com/2011/07/27/hackgate-the-morgan-denials-are-what-you-might-call-rebekah-coulson/

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  134. 465
    • 470
      eeu to me says:

      Senior plod seems to have given up on doing part of the job they are paid to do and see speeding as a money spinner, with 50mph speed limits even in the countryside, if the tossers are not stopped then it will escalate to a variety of nutters doing the same and we will end up with no go area’s, Norway’s problem will seem be nothing to what will happen here, if it’s not nipped in the bud now.

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    • 480
      Self help says:

      Got to agree. It’s the sort of thing we should be doing too.

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  135. 466
    Icarus says:

    Piers on Today news. Daily Mail and Macca referred to, but no credit to Guido.

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  136. 468
    Piers Pressure says:

    “James Hipwell, who worked on the Daily Mirror when Morgan was editing that paper, has told The Independent that hacking was “endemic” and that it was “inconceivable” that the editor did not know about it.”

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/morgan-defiant-as-enemies-try-to-implicate-him-in-hacking-scandal-2327274.html

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  137. 471
    VIGLEN AMSTRAD BETACOM says:

    Has it occured to Guido that there may be an even bigger story Here? VIGLEN. Alan Sugar, Rupert Murdoch, Insider trading. Alan Sugar has been tweeting like a trooper trying to protect Morgan and trash louise Mensch.

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    • 505
      Mrs Yate's Diary says:

      sugar’s share trading figures would be iteresting and it’s timing relates to the paper’s puff piece

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  138. 472
    GOING DOWN THE PAN says:

    Shell oil announce profits of 4.9 Billion for the last qurater this morning , yesterday BP announced profits of 3.4 Billion and as we are still told to tighten our belts ,
    what are the government doing about this ?
    Fuck All !

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    • 475
      Tax Payer says:

      Yes, it does put their agonising over 1p either way on the fuel price into perspective.

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    • 477
      FFS get real says:

      What’s the problem? A good news story for a change, more tax going into UKPLC and more Divis into UK pension funds. Would you rather them make a loss?

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      • 479
        GOING DOWN THE PAN says:

        You just don’t get it do you “Dave” ?

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      • 481
        Tax Payer says:

        For every £1 spent on fuel UKPLC gets some back in tax, yes.

        However, if fuel wasn’t so expensive (maintaining huge profits) that £1 would be spent on something else – also contributing tax to UKPLC, but supporting other many and varied industries and services as well.

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    • 478
      GOING DOWN THE PAN says:

      British gas announce profits of 1.3 Billion for the last six months
      despite announcing 18% rises in gas costs
      their domestic gas sales profits are down 54% over the same period

      what a fuckin shame !

      and the government is doing ?

      Fuck All !

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      • 482
        I don't need no doctor says:

        What did labour do during their 13 years in power. Just added this comment so there is no bias.

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      • 498
        Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

        We could just sell off our Nuclear Power plants on the cheap to a company with Gormless Gordon McBusts brother on the board….

        oh, we did that already!

        Ok, so lets sell off our gold on the really cheap….

        oh…

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    • 484
      Pencils in ears says:

      Only in deep socialist La La land is a UK listed company making a profit seen as bad news and evil.

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      • 486
        Anonymous says:

        And fools like you are happy to pay through the nose to maintain the profits of a ‘UK listed company’ that is in fact wholly foreign owned.

        If the profits stayed in the UK supporting jobs and services that would be one thing, but on the whole they don’t.

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  139. 483
    Chris Huhne says:

    just can’t help but fuck things up

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  140. 487
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Just how many enemies will Ed Miliband make after kicking all this off. Some will deserve what they get, but there are an awful lot of powerful people that will go after Miliband big time.
    And all because Miliband wanted to save his leadership of labour, and to get at Cameron over Coulson.
    I wonder if Miliband realises what he has started. Now you know why Balls has kept his mouth shut!
    Bring it on.

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  141. 490
    Anonymous says:

    the telegraph has an interesting article about MP Djanogly hire detectives to spy on his constituents …

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/phone-hacking/8666881/Minister-Jonathan-Djanogly-faces-investigation-over-blagging-by-detectives.html

    funny just as Wiggin has sent the police round to one of his constituents ….

    what are we paying these bastards for????

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    • 494
      Lodovico Settembrini says:

      Djangoly should be suspended from the Conservative Party with immediate effect, pending the outcome of full and thorough criminal proceedings.

      He reluctantly repaid £25,000 of ‘mis-claimed’ expenses, but then hired private detectives to identify the law-abiding citizen who had blown the whistle on him.

      Heaven help us if this evil and unprincipled man is the best that can be found as Parliamentary Under-Secretary in the Department of Justice.

      Lock him up with the rest!

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  142. 511
    Piers.Voicemail says:

    Toronto Star (major paper in Canada) picked it up (unfortunately with no credit to Guido)
    http://www.thestar.com/news/world/article/1031321–heartbreaking-mccartney-voicemail-comes-back-to-haunt-piers-morgan-in-hacking-scandal

    The Australian gave Staines/Guido credit:
    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/morgan-defends-himself-from-hacking/story-e6frg6so-1226103267968

    Word is trickling out a little slower than I thought.

    No tweets from Piers in more than 11 hours – that may be unusual:
    https://twitter.com/#!/piersmorgan
    http://twitter.com/#!/PiersTonight
    – if that stops ….

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