June 28th, 2012

Guidogram Going Out Shortly

The Guidogram round-up of the week is going out shortly.

Thousands of Westminster insiders read the Guidogram, everyone from Downing Street insiders to Fleet Street never miss it. This week saw Laurie Penny and Chloe Smith caught on camera, while Guido was proved right on a series of long-standing issues. It’s not one to miss out on.

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  1. 1
    Me say! says:

    Good :)


  2. 2
    Standard or Deluxe says:

    Is this a media GuidoGram or a standard guidogram


  3. 3
    Ed Miliband - Leader of the Indignant Student Politics Party says:

    It simply beggars belief.


  4. 4
  5. 5
    Gordon Brown says:

    I didn’t shout at Alan Sugar, I didn’t threaten to destroy Murdoch, I didn’t throw a Nokia at anyone, I didn’t authorise Damien McBride to smear opponents, I didn’t order staff to brief against Tony Blair and Alistair Darling, I didn’t misspell the name of a dead soldier, I didn’t deceive by the tactic of double counting, I didn’t ignore demands for more equipment for the armed forces, I didn’t chase President Obama into the kitchens of the UN, and I didn’t bully my staff. These are all horrible accusations with no basis.

    The truth is I was elected prime minister by a landslide and I led this country to its highest level of prosperity in history.


    • 8
      jgm2 says:

      I don’t think there is one other person on the planet who believes that sequence of events.


    • 20
      Some Geezer wot knows a million corny jokes says:

      We all know some variation of this one by heart:

      “I don’t drink, I don’t smoke, I don’t swear, I don’t chase women, and I don’t gamble– Dammit, I’ll wager you that tart at the pub nicked me fags!”

      And Gordon’s acquaintance with the truth is probably on a par with that of our friend here.


      • 28
        Govt_By_Cluster_Fuck says:

        George Osborne said to parliament today – re the Barclays rate fixing- “The government of the day is literally clueless about what is going on”.

        Sums up the labour party in a sentence.

        2005 -2009 , Tony Bliar , Gordon McSnot , Alastair Darling possibly Jack Straw as well.

        Go on you know you want to join the dots on this one Guido.


    • 30
      michael says:

      i see the big red ones are working


  6. 9
    not 8illy says:

    Apologies for being a nag Guido, but it’s friday tomorrow .
    Who won the CAPTION COMPETITION- Horse at the Gates prize and all that for last week?


  7. 13
    UKIP.I.AM says:

    How long before our union bosses hold these passengers to ransom?



  8. 15
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    That was a different Ed Balls, not me.


  9. 21
    Fife health services cannot be trusted on matters of confidentiality says:

    Brown may find the leak is closer to home.


  10. 22
    GCHQ says:

    We are subscribers and we haven’t even subscribed



  11. 31
    Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

    Two days ago Mr Cameron and Mr Osborne thought they were going to trouser 60 million quid from Barclays and the Yanks thought they were going to get another 200 million.

    A bit like an extra tax.

    Then along comes that idiot Milliband and mentions ‘criminality’ and ‘Barclays’ in the same speech and all hell is let loose.

    Not even Bobby Diamonds pledge to give up one measly year of bonuses can stop the dam from breaking.

    Within hours Osborne is rushing to the HoC to waffle twaddle to a load of dodgy Socialists and Cameron starts opening his mouth and saying Barclays have serious questions to answer.

    This has got Leveson Mark two written all over it.

    But when it comes to the Compo Cheques you can bet your bottom yen that it isn ‘t the little boys and girls at the top of the list.

    Thanks for nothing Tories!


    • 32
      NOT in The Three compases says:

      Bit lost as to how this can be the tories fault. This is another Broon calamity. Labour now claim the tories were the biggest chear leaders for light touch regulation. That may be true. BUT, who was in charge?
      Did labour only do anything if the tories supported it? If the tories cheared and encouraged labour to put thier hand in the fire, would they do it?

      Labour were in power, Labour dismantled the old system, Labour designed the current system, Labour are to blame, simple.

      As for Miliband having any effect on this or any other matter, dream on. Just damage limitation coupled with opportunism.


  12. 34
    Pentangelis says:

    Utter bollocks!


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