April 12th, 2012

Guidogram Going Out Shortly

The Guidogram round-up of the week is going out shortly. Don’t forget you can now also read the Sunday edition of the blog exclusively in the Daily Star Sunday.

Thousands of Westminster insiders read the Guidogram, everyone from Downing Street insiders to Fleet Street never miss it.

Join the conspiracy and become a subscriber to the Guidogram, free, to keep in the loop.

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

UPDATE: Too late for this week, it has now gone out.


32 Comments

  1. 1
    Need to know says:

    Why early again?

    And has not anyone informed readers about winners of prizes on capt comp!

  2. 2
    Order Order Please says:

    Guido

    It looks like you are ahead of yourself

    It’s Thursday

  3. 3

    You will not become their motoring correspondent, will you?

    • 8
      Tachybaptus says:

      ‘Guido *****s the new Jaguar.’

      Or perhaps he could run their recipe column:
      ‘Here’s a West Indian favourite, **** and ****.’

    • 9
      Anonymous says:

      there is nothing like a knee under two different tables to expose a prick

    • 10
      Selohesra says:

      I guess if you believe in dual quantum states like your name suggests you can be both infront of and behind him at the same time?

      • 19

        Like as the waves make towards the pebbled shore,
        So do our minutes hasten to their end;
        Each changing place with that which goes before,
        In sequent toil all forwards do contend.

        Sonnet 60. William Shakespеare

        But see also The Fabric of Reality by David Deutsch

    • 12
      Tachybaptus says:

      ‘Guіdо *****s thе nеw Јаguаr.’
      Оr реrhарs hе соuld run thеіr rесіре соlumn:
      ‘Hеrе’s а Wеst Іndіаn fаνоurіtе, **** аnd ****.’

  4. 4
    So now we know! - I suppose thye could 'of' called him 'colourful'! says:

    Twice elected Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone has a long and often controversial background in politics. Well known beyond the reaches of London, Livingstone has a reputation as an outspoken, independent and often combative figure.

    [BBC news]

    • 11
      nellnewman says:

      Well I’m not sure I’m allowed to say on a blog what I think about THAT man.

      But maybe this is as far as one can go in the written word

      “generously funded himself and his cronies, leading an exotic and expensive lifestyle, from hardworking taxpayers whilst mayor of london”

  5. 5
    nellnewman says:

    Hang on a minute Guido it’s only Thursday!

    You’re not an mp earning a full-time taxpayer funded, over generous salary, gold-plated pension and easily inflated, unjustifiable & unchallenged expenses for a part-time job you know!!!

  6. 14
    WVM says:

    Oh yes it’s Thursday and no Question Time this week either, fucking lazy bastards those politicians. I guess we’ll have to wait until the nineteenth of April for Dimbledor to do his magic in Leeds, apparently Warsi and Yvette boy Cooper will be turning up too.

  7. 27
    Old Tory Bigot says:

    Oh yes. Must pop on the hush-puppies and saunter down to the village to pick up the Start on Sunday.

    I think not.

  8. 28
    Sean Blake says:

    Any more Motorman?

  9. 30
    Ughh... says:

    Hmm, go buy the Star on sunday or read Rense.com ?

  10. 32
    Need to know says:

    Lets’ stopper being mean to each other on here and save it for the politions.


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orkneylad says:

What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


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