March 16th, 2012

Guidogram Going Out Shortly

The Guidogram this week will round-up the gossip from inside Labour HQ and update you on the latest in the Ken tax scandal. Don’t forget you can now read the blog on Sunday exclusively in the Daily Star Sunday.

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26 Comments

  1. 1
    Mine says:

    Oh good, what a first class operation you people run here.

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  2. 2
    Ok, debate says:

    You’re either in front of Guido, or behind…

    Ok, should it be “of” or “with” ?

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  3. 3

    There is a one line proof – if we start sufficiently far to the left…

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  4. 4
    nellnewman says:

    hatty on her Twitter account says “Great speech by @Edmiliband about Labour plan for real jobs for young people today”. She’s obviously been taking lessons from peter’tangoed’hain.

    This week’s Guidogram is going to be the Labour comedy version is it Guido?

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    • 6
      Labour Just Don't Get It says:

      So Mad Hattie Hatesmen, who has I believe got the word ‘equality’ in her nonjob-title, is praising a discriminatory plan?

      Way to go, Hatesmen.

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    • 7
      Stupid Bitch Alert says:

      Uhm, she used to campaign (nay, hector everyone, day in, day out) about the merits of equality, and now she’s praising a discriminatory plan?

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      • 12
        AC1 says:

        You may not have noticed, but the whole of Marxism is about choosing a group to discriminate against.

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    • 10
      jgm2 says:

      Anything at all to do with Labour is a comedy version.

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  5. 8
    Harriet says:

    Uh… our bankers tax would bring in, um… £4.56. No, it’s… ah… £18.11. Wait, I’ve got it, it’s, uh… £5 million, no that’s not it. Um… yes, I’ve got it. £3 trillion and 56 pence. Am I right?

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    • 20
      nellnewman says:

      A new question for Year6 maths sats.

      If miliband bans bank bonuses how much money is he going to make by taxing the bonuses after they’ve been abolished?

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  6. 13
    jgm2 says:

    Who is paying for Ken’s ‘minders’?

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  7. 14
    http://lookatmyfuckingredtrousers.blogspot.com/ says:

    http://lookatmyfuckingredtrousers.blogspot.com/

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  8. 19
    jgm2 says:

    There’s nothing grown up or clever about Ken.

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  9. 21
    Pawn Sandwich says:

    Britain is restarting its Space Program that it aborted in the late fifties. Funding will be provided by a taxation on bankers bonuses.

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  10. 22
    Fact says:

    Nothing wrong with a person exercising there freedom of speech.

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    • 23
      Some Geezer wot wishes he was the Hef says:

      Na-a-ah, there isn’t, Jimmy, but as Hugh Hefner once said, “If it makes you feel good, do it.” (Thought Lefties felt that way too?)

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Gyles Brandreth writes in his memoirs:

“Sunday, May 10, 1998

Early start: appearing on Breakfast With Frost, to be broadcast from 11 Downing Street. The Chancellor [Gordon Brown] is grouchily amiable, but so earnest — and still biting his fingernails to the quick.

After the show, he took us upstairs to his flat. He lives above No 10, while Blair and family are in the No 11 duplex, which is bigger and more like a proper house.

I was intrigued that, when he took us into his bedroom, the Chancellor rather ostentatiously opened the built-in wardrobes, as if he wanted us to see the women’s frocks that were hanging in there.

They looked quite large, but I don’t think they belong to Gordon. I assume they belong to his girlfriend [Sarah Macaulay, who he later married].

I presume he was keen for us to know that he has one — and that she’s not a ‘beard’. I don’t think he does anything without calculation.”



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Now the SNP know how UKIP voters feel all the time.


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