July 2nd, 2012

Gaby Hinsliff Joins Grazia

Congratulations are in order for Gaby Hinsliff, who has joined fashion mag Grazia as political editor at large. Gaby quit the Observer in 2009 saying she wanted to “get a life” but her career has gone from strength to strength ever since. Her first weekly column starts tomorrow. Guido hopes there are pictures…


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  1. 1
    Who? says:

    Who?

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  2. 2
    Owain Glyndwr says:

    fashion mag, political editor? am I missing something?

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  3. 3
    Anonymous says:

    Who cares!!

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  4. 4
    Owain Glyndwr says:

    Next week the picture editor of asian tits and bums will give opinion of the ongoing crisis in the EU

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  5. 5
    Mehdi Hasan says:

    What a none job that is

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  6. 7
    Rat's arse says:

    Never mind all this nonsense Guido, Ed Milibandwagon is making his usual customary fool of himself & Bollox is looking a little red faced.

    Come on Guido, get a grip mate!

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  7. 11
    keredybretsa says:

    The Nude Statesman a new fashionable political mag.

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  8. 12

    Ms Hinsliff left the Observer and got a life. There’s hope for all left-wing MSM reporters then. Except Medhi and johan, who are irredeemable.

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‘Mr Miliband will not survive the televised leaders’ debates trying to have it both ways on every policy from Syria to an EU referendum. The prime minister may be entirely wrong on issues such as HS2, but at least his position is clear.The Labour leader’s attempt to keep his options open is all very well, but to what end? If he thinks he can avoid taking any big decisions until he’s securely installed in Downing Street, Mr Miliband unfortunately hasn’t a prayer.’



Owen Jones says:

We also need Zil lanes.


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