September 28th, 2011

Two Cokeheads

In the wake of Smeargate Gordon Brown said that there was “no place in politics” for the likes of Damian McBride and Derek Draper. They were rightly cast out of the fold. However as Guido has been reporting, Dolly’s slow political rehabilitation has begun. He was strutting round conference, head held high, pouring the champagne and pressing the flesh as if he hadn’t triggered one of the darkest moments in the Labour Party’s history. It wasn’t just activists and lefty bloggers willing to turn a blind eye, and in some cases greet him with open arms, look who was he was spotted hobnobbing with:

Yes that’s right, Miliband’s most senior adviser Tom Baldwin was happily chatting away with Dolly. The above picture was grabbed during Ed Miliband’s speech. We all know what happened last time Dolly got chatting with a Labour spindoctor…

Guido was greatly amused to be semi-threatened by a tanked up James Macintyre in the conference bar. Apparently Make-it-up-Macintyre was “surprised in the current climate” that we would be regurgitating those emails between him and Draper. What’s he going to do, get us sacked?


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

    Freedom to party surley?

  2. 2
    sanelynch says:

    What does ‘semi-threatened’ entail, exactly?

  3. 3
    Senator Bloodn' Gore, says:

    Register here please #labour. Your licence will be revoked in
    due course.

  4. 4
    Socrates says:

    Oh God, I was at Manchester Uni with Draper… I’ll save the gossip for when your wallet’s open.

  5. 5
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Did James Mc really threaten Neo Guido?

    So the truth must only be exposed as long as it invovles evil right wingers but no lefties?

    Waterboard the C unt!

  6. 6
    I teach citizenship says:


  7. 7
    Lord Lavender et al. says:

    Slam a Ravenhead pint pot on his napper. Does Dolly like a Robbo’s Barley Water then?

  8. 8

    Threats, huh? Should have just told him where to get off.

  9. 9
    AGW deniers will be executed says:

  10. 10
    Sir William Waad says:

    Piece of Slime Meets Other Piece of Slime Shock.

  11. 11
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Kevin_Maguire BREAKING NEWS: tom_watson back at the bar. And I don’t mean training to be a barrister. Though MPs say that would be less of a shock 7 minutes ago · reply · retweet · favorite

  12. 12
    Nurse Botha says:

    Calm down Billy, dear! Are you over the limit?

  13. 13
    Sophie says:

    Shameless Labour scum.

    They destroyed all sense of honour, decency & public service in the political elite.

    And Dave Camerons pro EU, anti democracy wet liberal party is no better at all.

  14. 14
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Help keep”Order Order”going by making a donation to support the site’s costs.

    Our bill for Guiness is outrageous, please help out,thank you.

  15. 15
    You batsard says:

    Pointy fingers from someone half-pissed? Mine’s a pint not a half.

  16. 16
    YorkshireLad says:

    It’s alright Multibrand waffling about jobs that contribute to the economy and overall wealth of the nation (for the socialists to steal under the guise of taxes) but WTF do knobheads like McBride and Draper contribute (and politicians and their hanger on in general for that matter)?

  17. 17
    Michael Fishcake says:

    comment removed

  18. 18
    Perplexed of Beamish says:

    What is semi-threatened?

  19. 19
    Lord Lavender et al. says:

    Mandelson before extension of metaphor.

  20. 20
    smoggie says:

    Yeah, threatened him with a semi. He was so sozzled he couldn’t get a proper hard-on.

  21. 21
    David Baily says:

    You need to get a better camera phone H@rry.

  22. 22
    Lord Lavender et al. says:

    SORRY. @17

  23. 23
    V I Agra says:

    A sort of “limp” threatened ?(i.e. not quite fully hard on so to speak)

  24. 24
    Super Zuffle says:

    I think two twats in HD, is still two twats in VGA!

  25. 25
    Polly's Villa in Tuscany says:

    I would be interested to know who Baldwin and Draper are scoring off…bet it’s the same person. They are the ones you need to find Guido, as they know all the grubby stuff…

  26. 26
    Courage v Distance. says:

    I take it that team Guido are safely out of Liverpool and beyond the reach of Dolly and Baldwin.

  27. 27
    Bred Winner says:

    So just exactly who is paying Dolly’s wages these days so that he can keep Kate in the manner that she is accustomed to?

  28. 28
    Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( member in absentia ) says:

    Where’s McPoison ???

  29. 29
    Ed Balls, Shallow Chancer says:

    Put it on expenses. The Taxpayer always picks up Liebour’s bills.

  30. 30
    Knob Ed says:

    I am not Tony Blair and I am not Gordon Brown. However I do come from the same planet – and it’s not called Earth.

  31. 31
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    You might remember that Draper’s greatest skill was being able to wheedle himself onto photos.

    He’s a right bloody crawler.

  32. 32
    Fake Blood says:

    Another violent leftist Hunt. Your limit is kicking the shit out of your kids, you wet fart.

  33. 33
    Jack says:


    I would just like to inform co-conspirators of this (who have not looked it up)

    The wife of Ed Milliband, who looks like an angel is another Slotgob in the making /

    “Thornton was born in Nottingham, and schooled at West Bridgford School and then in Nottingham High School for Girls.[3]

    As an actress
    She was once a member of the Central Junior Television Workshop at the age of 16. [4] Shortly before starting at university, she also starred as Erica, the rebellious schoolgirl in the hour-long pilot episode “The Visit” of Hardwicke House with Pam Ferris, a controversial ITV sitcom that was later pulled from the schedules in 1987 following a backlash over its content. [5]
    In 1988, Thornton starred as Chrissie in the long-running children’s show Dramarama, alongside Wil Johnson, Denyse Alexander and Julian Kemp for the episode of Snap Decision[6] which was aired in January 1989.
    As a barrister
    Following her acting career, Thornton read Law at Cambridge University, graduating with a Master’s Degree in 1992, and was called to the Bar in 1994.[2] She went on to specialise in environmental law. A former Allen and Overy environmental barrister, she is now at 39 Essex Street [7]

    So she went to private fee paying schools. And is now, among many other things, a member of 39 Essex Street, predators who make tens of millions off the back of the people

    She is a younger version of Matrix Slotgob

    PS Also an environmental lawyer when Eddy was Secretary of Sate for the Envionment

  34. 34
    AC1 says:

    IS he even more insane than you?

  35. 35
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Red Ed= The recycled generation.

  36. 36
    Alan Partridge says:

    Sub-human scum

  37. 37
    Bob says:

    Barristers in the UK have been running an extraordinary successful and untouchable restrictive practice, which includes virtually “appointing” judges …and making tens of millions with virtually no check (“self-regulated” like the bankers were with no competition) above all out of legal aid- i.e. the long-suffering taxpayer

    Where else in the world does a little cabal have such power over the Judicial System ?

    When will ANY DEMOCRAT take on this vested and bent interest ?

    Where are the democrats in Britain ?

  38. 38
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    I think they were talking about the great news in astronomy.

    “have you seen the new photos of the rings around Uranus”.

    “yeah, but kate has banned me from using the washing machine”

  39. 39
    Popeye says:

    You should all know by now, the vast majority of socialist scum live under rocks, at least the ones I have met in my lifetime. They will never change as their whole motivation is envy, you got it, no matter how hard you worked for it, they want it. I watched as much of the ranting yesterday as I could stand and I realised how pathetic they are.
    Can anyone enlighten me why apparently intelligent people vote for these apologies for human beings?

  40. 40
    Bob says:

    Labour is reduced to two cokeheads

    We knew it here Guido

    But now it is obvious for the whole world

    And listening the speech of Empty Ed, all Sugar and Soft Shit (SSS to the boys), nothing real or serious..quite Dali in fact…without the art or the class

    It would be reasonable to think that Empty Ed is now spaced out…

  41. 41
    I am one of thousands of Labour Predators and proud of it says:

    I am now in Florida Guido

    I got away with tens of millions under New Labour (and I paid them every year)

    I even receive Tony Blair when he jets in FFS

    He always was and still is an influence peddlar, fraud and conman

  42. 42
    JessTheDog says:

    So when will Damien McBride return?

  43. 43
    JessTheDog says:

    Nationalise the legal system? Make injunction-seeking celebrities (etc) queue down at a local ‘National Legal Service’ Centre’ to make an appointment with a state lawyer rather than buy the law themselves.

  44. 44
    Sir William Waad says:

    There was a young lawyer named Rex
    Who was sadly deficient in sex.
    Arraigned for exposure,
    He replied, with composure,
    “De minimis non curat lex”

  45. 45
  46. 46
    not a machine says:

    Dolly the sheep ? with grand cru
    Red eds new generation crap had become somewhat , idiot speak by the time it got round to Adam Boulton, ed unplugged ! didnt go down too well , looked a tad irritated at having to answer perfectly normal questions about what he meant , preditor business , and Mr Khan could do no better explaining it ,other than southern cross (which was done on Labours watch) , Interesting shad cab reshuffle rumours , not pulling their weight ? or just cant make enough of it up to fit new generation wonk fest ?

    Larry ecowarrior is having fits , GM wheat trial to commence next year , bit odd as there is no market for it in UK , natural england has run off or been told to , no one from labour has raised even a paw , what do we do ? I mean how can we be represented properly before we lose productive land ? I am not against all developement , just the ones that do not recognise the need for us to support rural incomes or agriculture potential , i am at a loss the Defras business logic , when everything points to the need to get some agriculture close to markets , or has food miles been disproved ?? as combatting inflation ??

  47. 47
    meme says:

    guido – good spot – you miss the real major point here….

    whats the job of that senior media advisor … ?

    a) here we see the labour media advisor standing beside someone who it would tarnish “ED” to be seen beside in the first place during his major speech, or to be coverered in the coverage

    b) and who should the whole of britain see in the applause for Ed speech – yup the cameras (they are media things, that the media advisor seeks to place in ways to highlight the leader) hit the spot…

    Now did Tom Baldwin arrange this – if so? !!!!!***!! .. or worst still is this a major blunder – where having spotted dolly (and standing next to him he cant say he did not) he did not ask him to vacate the area to NOT be seen in any coverage to come.. ?

    as either way Tom not doing his job – maybe his mind(s) elsewhere

  48. 48
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    20 minutes ago: “I want to apologise for bullying a young and inexperienced politician after he spoke at conference. Sorry Ed. #Lab11″

  49. 49
    Jack says:


    Open up the legal profession as even Mrs T wanted to do

    Stop tying to defend Spanish practices and a deviation of the legal system

  50. 50
    Independent observer says:

    shillings and pence

    shillings and pence

  51. 51
    Independent observer says:

    We just need to look at Murdoch’s multiple “lawyers” to prove what you are saying

  52. 52
    Dr Spock says:

    Would the Labour Party or the BBC exist without coke ?

  53. 53
    Jimmy says:

    Not threatened. As in, “What a semi-interesting story”.

  54. 54
    Ed Balls and Ed Milliband says:

    We are sorry for having wrecked Britain financially

    Our Mentor is too mad to say it

    And the other two great archistct of modern Labour, Blair and and Mandelson are just cheap predators who we condemn, not to speak of their moral collapse

  55. 55
    Ed Balls and Ed Milliband says:

    We are sorry for ruining Britain

  56. 56
    G Eagle Esq says:

    Salve, Magister Guidissime [Merhaba/Buon Giorno]

    Silly me

    ….. and there was me thinking that “he darkest moments in the Labour Party’s history” was Mr Brown wrecking our Pension Funds by over-taxing them (1997 to 2010 – at £5/£6 billion per year)

    * I seem to recall that the Coalition is continuing this Pension-snatching tax

    ….. or was it after Dr Kelly’s tragic demise when Cruella de Blair and [I forget who] auctioning a copy of the Hutton Report to raise funds for the Labour Party

    or by May 2010 making Labour unelectable for the next 10 years

    or ……

    Vale [Ciao]

    G E

  57. 57
    Historian says:

    Watch the debauchery this evening

    Damian will surely be there

    On his front or back

    Perhaps picking up his chum Watso…

  58. 58
    hu flung dung says:

    he was an openly gay man, he makes no secret of it

  59. 59
    The BBC is next to get torn a new arsehole. says:

    Socialist Sponging Hoons. Miliband is pathetic and is not cut out to be a leader or a potential PM and the sponging c*keheads Draper & Badwind are of no use to Labour. Labour is in danger of destroying itself again. Hoons.

  60. 60
    Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

    And they both owe me money….£££££££ supply and demand!

  61. 61
    non believer says:

    Like you’re in a position to pontificate about recreational substance abuse, twice convicted dru.nk driving ex rave ‘promoter’ that you are.

  62. 62
    dads for two aircraft carriers says:

    Don’t be intimidated by those idiots.

  63. 63
    Nemo says:

    Guido, it looks as if Doll Boy is starting to grow a tash and goatee, is he trying to copy you?

  64. 64
    Pickled Wizard says:

    They’re probably up each other like frogs up a pump by now, and couldn’t care less

  65. 65
    Ironside says:

    You are talking through your arse.
    Amongst the corruption which is prevalent from the top to bottom of our society today, the career politicians, the criminal press, the corrupt police, there remains one beacon of light and integrity, the Bar.
    A strong independent Bar is essential for our rule of law and ultimately for the freedom of the individual. You call selection from amongst its own a ‘restrictive practice’ Yeah, right. Got any better ideas ? Appoint judges politically ? Or could it be a filter process for the finest and the best getting to the top ?
    You would do well to mug up a bit on what the Bar is actually quietly responsible for in its history of over 1300 years.
    Ignorant twat.

  66. 66
    stick insect says:

    Draper looks as though he MIGHT have a had a wash in the last week or so. But you cannot be certain. I wonder if he smells, bet he does. Washing only every two weeks must save a lot on the water and electricity bills, though.

  67. 67
    Displaced Brummie says:

    What current climate? The current climate in which McStupor and Drapeoid managed to help bring about a Tory victory?

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