July 20th, 2012

Guardian Announce £7 million in Cuts
HQ Rent Rises to £12 Million

News reaches Media Guido that Monday’s Guardian staff meeting was pretty bleak.

Apparently now the landlord’s three year introductory offer is ending, the rent on their absurdly large folie de grandeur HQ has gone up to £12 million and a further £7 million needs to be found in savings. Meanwhile today the Guardian website has been live blogging an internal website developers meeting.

And they wonder why they are losing money…


  1. 1
    Ed Balls says:

    But, they need to borrow more so that borrowing goes down!


    • 5

      If they borrow more to invest in a bigger building and more staff, then the stimulation effect on the local Guardian economy will be sufficient to generate extra cash to allow the newly hired to buy the newspaper and also buy a sandwich from the staff canteen, so generating revenues that repay the loan and generate profits that…

      Nah..its bolloxs isn’t it?


      • 61
        keredybretsa says:

        ‘I ’m a pissed arse Bullshitter myself, but I like to hear a professional at it. So please continue!!’


      • 68
        Gordoom Brown says:

        You forget the PFI part.

        Add in the 30,098% repayment interest and it all adds up fine.


        • 131
          Message from Allan (Ex-Postie & Chancellor) Johnsonn Delivering Mail was not my fawlty..... says:

          This PFI Interest rate is very low allowing for inflation & capital

          displacements spread over next 4 decades = 25 years

          its a cracking good deal & with my vast fiscal experience which I can write

          on the back of a undelivered letter, Cheap as Chips plus BBC are Guarantors…..

          I recommend The Mirror Group should go for this before those Nasty Tory

          Bankers squash what is a great deal ……..and I’ve phoned Gordon from the

          swimming pool of my 5 star Villa here in sunny %£$@~**….to condemn him

          Thank you, Fcuk off & don’t bother me until mid September……….


      • 93
        Gonk says:

        Don’t forget the essential and progressive “Babies at work” campaign.
        Just the ticket when you have a tight deadline or need to tutor a witness.


    • 7
      Anonymous says:

      The Guardian is not a country.


    • 10
      Only in the Graun says:

      You make that sound like a million pounds a month in rent.

      Something wrong with these figures Guido.

      £12M over what period?


      • 27

        Deka paid £235 million for the building. £12 million is a rental yield of only 5.1%.

        Welcome to London.


        • 42
          Only in the Graun says:

          Well if that’s the case they truly deserve to go bust.


        • 43
          with the greatest respect.... says:

          …says some off-shore ‘paddy’.


        • 113

          That £12m is only for half the building that Guardian occupy, Guido/Neo. They filled the other half with new tenants so they are probably seeing >10%.

          This wasn’t here when I last looked. Did you have trouble with the M0db0t? :-D


        • 138
          From the EUSSR Budget Office of Fiscal Make Believe Spokesperson says:

          Thats much to a low rate of rental return to ensure all EUSSR Taxes are properly extorted & sequested to Brussels for our vast never ending building of new palaces going on since 1958


        • 212
          Bill Bell says:

          They all must be off their fuckin tits on coke


      • 50
        Anti Fabian says:

        It’s extremely cheap compared to a Gordon PFI scheme. They can make 58% return per year for the companies involved. Now who’s paying for that? Oh yeah, we are.


        • 148
          CMD,The Bullington Tory Toff Liar (only Peasants use the Tube, I have my Personnal Chopper) says:

          Let me state once again we are following to the letter the spending programme of the previous ZanuLieLabor (Mis)Government & have increased the capital amount by 45.3567% per annum which does allow for QE inflation.

          This will ensure that UK Plc will be totally fcuked & completley bankrupt before 2015 & ensure we are for evermore in total hock to the EUSSR for the next 1000 years.

          Rest assured We really are all total tos*sers of Darling’s together….. sounds about Reich to me….. what….what


        • 213
          Bill Bell says:

          Didin’t I read somewhere he was autistic


    • 25
      Ed Miliband says:

      Don’t they realise they are cutting too far and too fast?


    • 167
      Goblin Porridge says:

      O O O Ooops! That’s me in jail ….
      O O


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      Grrr says:

      I went to the Guardian building – it looks like the elysee palace – grand, expensive, absurdly posh – and full of upper class Marxists drinking organic Fair Trade Lattes while typing furiously on their expensive MacBooks.


  2. 2

    Why doesn’t the Guardian ditch that monstrous, vanity building and just move into the BBC newsroom.

    Cheaper and easier for all concerned.


    • 22
      Only in the Graun says:


      You forget how lucrative the travel expense claims are between the various BBC hubs and Guardian Towers.

      Polly and Seamus are in perpetual transit between the Graun newsdesk and the BBC green room.

      How would they manage unless they were generously subsidised with our money?


    • 45
      Tally Ban Annas says:

      Outsource them both to Afghanistan – cost-saving and educational!

      Did you know that not one of the BBC’s ‘special reporters’ knew how to strip an AK47, or hit a woman when she’s five steps behind?

      We’ll learn ‘em.


    • 149
      Anon BBC Left Wing Bent wan*ker says:

      Have you ever been to that shit hole called Salford ????????

      No thought not…..

      I was mugged inside the safe room of Media City for

      my cold cup of coffee……

      That fully explains the reason it will never happen……….

      so fcuk off, you Nasty Party acolyte …….


    • 189
      Bodo says:

      Yep, the BBC and the Guardian should move in and share the same building. All the Pollygentsia. Together. In one place.


    • 215
      Bill Bell says:

      Bush House must be up for grabs


      • 248
        Anonymous says:

        Unrecognisable now, to those who knew it when it was home to the world service (back then, we used to Capitalise its Very Name):

        “Since March, Bush House has been emptying gradually. Region by region and floor by floor, the language services have been leaving. Now the move is complete, the building is silent and the lifts come unnervingly fast.”

        From BBC News Magazine 12th July 2012


  3. 3
    tottenham chutzpah says:

    move back to manchester – guardian


    • 14
      Only in the Graun says:

      I expect there is room in the BBC’s Salford enclave to contain them all.

      A gated media community with plenty of Starbucks and tapas bars and interesting ethnic restaurants that the Beeboids haunt while the ordinary inhabitants of Salford couldn’t give a fuck about.


      • 18
        Owain Glyndwr says:

        Not enough rent boys in Salford, they would have to bus them in or hire special trains like bbc do


        • 37
          Only in the Graun says:

          Special BBC Rent Boy Trains? Hmmm…

          The Rent Boy Special cumming down the line
          Rent Boy Special right on time
          With coke in my pocket burning up bright
          Humping and a’pumping through the night
          And my heart’s beating ’cause I’ll be meeting
          the Rent Boy Special at the station tonight!


        • 53
          Baldy says:

          Couldn’t they just cross-dress as school-girls and hang around kebab shops?


      • 71
        Burny Made Off says:

        And if that room has a letterbox and a gallon of unleaded …….


        • 150
          Pete Murray was my Name now its Dodgy Joints Doris from the Shepherds Bush Piss Home says:

          Wish you lot would all fcuk off & leave me to dream on about wanking,

          Bet none of you ever had one on the 6.5 special cuming down the line…..


          • Sir Aston Martin says:

            Little Known Poptastic Fact No. 65,209

            Pete Murray dyed his fizzog with very same shade of woodstain popularised by the ever-popular Mr P. Hain.


      • 216
        Bill Bell says:

        Not far enough north for me, closer to the melting ice caps please


  4. 4
    Abi Rigone says:

    They’re losing money because the number of public sector jobs being advertised has dropped massively.


  5. 6
    Scamp The Excitable Dog says:

    These cuts are too deep and too fast.
    Where’s 38 Degrees when you need ‘em most eh?


    • 11
      UK UnCut says:

      Occupy the Guardian!
      The 1% are going to keep their millionaire’s salaries whilst the little people get fired!

      Its crony liberalism!


      • 67
        Only in the Graun says:

        I seriously suggest offer them a piece on this.

        They are so into troll articles on CiF nowadays this could just take the biscuit.

        Occupy Guardian!

        I’ll borrow a knackered old tent and a smelly dog on a bit of string and will BE THERE!


    • 29
      Ken Livingstone says:

      I hope they’re paying their cleaners a living wage btw. And will pay them redundancy when the Graun has to close.


  6. 8
    Only in the Graun says:

    The rent is £12M? P.A.? Are you sure Guido?


  7. 13
    Paper cutz says:

    Saving money is easy at the Graun. All they have to do is recycle press releases from the Blair years, reprint the Tolly Poyn columns upside down. The left will never notice.

    Nor care.


  8. 20
    Soya eating, sandal wearing, new age leftie says:

    Why does this site have a vendetta against The Guardian? It’s a noble publication.


    • 49
      Baldy says:

      nobbled? nob-led?

      Auto-fil acting up?

      I hope you’re not suggesting the Guardian is as corrupt as so many NuLiebore sponsored entrants to the HoL?


    • 83
      Nullbymouth says:

      Noble as in the gases? i.e. Inert


    • 87
      Sir William Waad says:

      I would miss the Grauniad. I’ve never actually paid for a copy but have often read it, either in cellulose form or on the web. It has the best writing of any paper. If only it were less narrow-minded!


      • 90
        the man with two brains says:

        Hmmm. A thought-provoking comment.

        Now – back to Angry Birds (level 2)


    • 105
      A lying cheating useless two-faced hypocritical pretentious pontificating fuckwit (YES - it's Gordo) says:

      I don’t wear sandorls

      I don’t wear a beerd

      I don’t eat muzzli

      I don’t eat soy stuff

      I like to frolick in the dunes

      I like to hang about in the Kitchens of Special People

      AND I DO read the Grouniad! – there, – what does that say?


      • 144
        Anonymous says:

        All of these idiotic stereotypes suggest that you are the kind of slack-jawed reprobate that enjoys a “country supper” or a “kitchen supper” or whatever it is you and your kleptocracy enjoy.


        • 154
          Sir Aston Martin says:

          Oi, do you mind? I am a slack-jawed reprobate and have never once held, or attended, a “kitchen supper”, for that would deprive the staff of somewhere to eat their evening meal.


      • 218
        Bill Bell says:

        Your half way there


  9. 21
    (optional) says:

    too far too fast… said Yvette


    • 106
      and added says:

      come in slow Big Boy – or it’ll all be over too soon – then we’ll have to go back to talking


  10. 23
    Owain Glyndwr says:

    I see steph 2 eds flanders has got a new show next week called Stephanomics will be like listening to the goon show


  11. 24
    fitzfitz says:

    The elephant in the room : the obvious need to move to Manchester ! It would enable them to get closer to their broadcasting arm, BBC, and out of metropolitan scrutiny …


    • 74
      Elephant Removals - F A S T says:

      Unsightly, unmentionable pachyderm in your living room?

      Call ERF (Elephant Removals – F A S T) on 0800 700700

      No Elephant too big or too small.

      Call between 08.00 and 20.00 and ask for Reg.


  12. 26
    Derek Smalls says:

    On a practical note: Why don’t they just knock one out from home?
    We all have telephones and an internet connection these days, don’t we guys?


    • 30
      Anne Drecks says:

      It would save on paper.


      • 39
        garden shed expert says:

        Not necessarily. They’d have to print even more copies to fuel the stations to power their servers.


        • 62
          Confused green lefty Pillock says:

          There are plenty of highly efficient and reliable windfarms around these days generating lots and lots of free energy now, isn’t there? I read it in the Graun so it must be true right?


          • E says:

            I’m a fairly reliable wind-farm ;)


          • A lying cheating useless two-faced hypocritical pretentious pontificating fuckwit (no, not Gordo) says:

            I’ve asked all my chums with huge estates, deer parks, and grouse moors – if they would like to have one or more additional Wind Farms to help offset the new taxes! – one has to look after one’s chums!! What! Wattage!!!! Wotascam!!!!!


    • 33
      Sir Alan Bignose says:

      Derek. You are fired wired.


    • 35
      Ona Nism says:

      They knock one out from home every day.


    • 240
      Laughing Out Loud says:

      Producing an effective and profitable product is not the point. That newspaper is just an excuse to justify it’s bosses’ lifestyle. They want a plush environment with access to the lefty intelligentsia and political influence, perhaps with tax losses and scams thrown in. Fu*k the workers!

      if the newspaper closed they would just find some other hypocritical scheme to channel money and influence to themselves. Maybe they could claim Lottery money to support a national institution, a vital part of Britain’s heritage threatened by the unbridled excesses of capitalism.


  13. 28
    fitzfitz says:

    Who exactly is that Polly Toynbee bird ? … I can’t quite place her … something about Vaz (Keith) – or perhaps that was the other one …


    • 38
      Liam Neeson says:

      You know when you went to the freshers ball, and you drank so much you could only see blobs? Then when you woke up in the morning you could see ok, but laying next to you was that self-same blob?

      That’s Polly Toynbee


  14. 36
    David Cameron (Leader of the Nasty Party) says:

    This issue is one that requires a Judge led enquiry.


  15. 40
    Nick Buckles (G4S) says:

    My company,G4S,will submit a tender for providing security at the Guardian’s HQ.


  16. 41
    Pc Dixon of Dock Green says:

    A left wing organisation signed a ridiculous contract that meant they were bankrupted after a few years. Then they turned to crime. There’s a lesson we can all learn there, don’t trust the left with money. Night All.


    • 198
      Detective Sgt Joe Friday says:

      The story you have just seen is true; however, since nobody in this deal was innocent, we used the real names. On January 1, 2013, the Guardian went into administration and was adjudged so insolvent that a winding-up order was issued. Rupert Murdoch bought up the intellectual property rights to the “Guardian” name, published a new newspaper under that name, and immediately began to put tits on Page 3, thus boosting circulation tenfold the first week. Just the facts.


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    Pox News 24/7 says:

    They could save a bit if they get rid of champagne ( would be a chav without all her money ) Toynbee


  19. 58
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Panic at the BBC. Where will we get our stories from if the Guardian goes under?


    • 155
      I am the Real DG of Biased Broadcasting Corp as Voted by Guardian Readers says:

      What do you mean AUZ ???

      That will lower standards even more as they are all from

      transported convict stock….


  20. 65
    keredybretsa says:

    Perhaps Putin will be interested in buying the job lot of lefties!


    • 125
      8illy Boredom is the grossest bumpile ever ! says:

      I’m quite intrigued as to where your moniker came from, kered. I think I spotted you on The Telegraph site once or twice.


  21. 75
    ToonBob... says:

    Does anyone read the Grauniad these days??


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    • 88
    • 191
      JH says:

      “Political philosophers are sharply divided on these questions. Many do not like the idea that people “deserve” things at all. For one thing, most people think that to deserve something, a person must have done something to deserve it. That implies that there are actions that for which certain people are responsible. Seem obvious? A lot of metaphysicians don’t think so.”

      Ayn Rand nails this bullshit thus:

      “Your code divides mankind into two castes and commands them to live by opposite rules: those who may desire anything and those who may desire nothing, the chosen and the demand, the riders and the carriers, the eaters and the eaten. What standard determines your caste? What passkey admits you to the moral elite? The passkey is lack of value.

      “Whatever the value involved, it is your lack of it that gives you a claim upon those who don’t lack it. It is your need that gives you a claim to rewards. If you are able to satisfy your need, your ability annuls your right to satisfy it. But a need you are unable to satisfy gives you first right to the lives of mankind.

      If only she was a better writer.


      • 224
        Gordon 'Smiler' Brown says:

        A Socialist core belief – those who are a waste of space are ‘morally superior’ to, and therefore allowed to blight the lives of, any productive people.

        Well, we’ve convinced the magistrates and judges of that, and isn’t that what matters when it comes to jail-time?


  23. 77
    McChannaman says:

    As long as they don’t cut the Football Weekly podcast. Everything else can go.


  24. 79
    Rupert Murdoch says:

    Couldn’t be happening to a nicer group of folks. Ask me if I could possibly give even less of a fuck for what’s in store for them. Although I do relish the thought that it would put paid to a possible post-Parliament-and-prison-term prospective job for a certain obese four-eyed Birmingham MP.


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    Andrew Efiong says:

    They’re like just like Labour, always wasting money on things.

    Worse, looks to me like they’ve been stitched up by their landlord. They’re almost as incompetent in negotiations as a public sector shirker!


  27. 91
    Lord Coe of Olympic fame says:


    Ed Miliband has urged border staff not to strike on the eve of the Olympics.

    Well now – the brothers won’t like that, no doubt McClusky will be havin a word!


    • 94
      Kaye Skytart says:

      Another Munich 72 would be good for the ratings though.


      • 95
        Matthew Amawillywally says:

        We should meet up and compare notes, Kate. Unfortunately, my local doesn’t have a helipad, I don’t think.


      • 97
        bY pASSER says:



        • 99
          Yeah..right.... says:

          America is an alarm clock waiting to go off with no snooze function.


        • 194
          Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan MD, US Army says:

          I mean, if you’re going to shoot up the place, at least be a “Soldier of God,” as I was, not some Batman villain wannabe. I may be a zealot of a certain Levantine religion, but I’m also a psychiatrist. I think I know a silly stupid-ass nutcase when I see one, and this fucktard qualifies, no question.


    • 159
      The Secretariat of Comrade Len MaCloiskys Empire & still Tax Payer Funded says:

      He would have a word BUT he’s on his 3 months annual hols in
      one of the worlds top Tax Free Sun Spots

      So the Brothers will have to stay revolting……..


  28. 102
    Auto Gestion says:

    I’d piss myself laughing if Murdoch ends up owning the Guardian.


  29. 107
    Mornington Crescent says:

    O/T but, FFS, we can’t even get Brits to carry the fucking Olympic torch:


    I mean, what???


  30. 109
    BorDom says:

    The Guardian needs to be incorporated into the BBC to prevent a Murdoch momoply of the media


    • 235
      Lefty Fucktard says:

      There should be a Newspaper License as well as a TV License which people have to pay for and that money can go to The Guardian and then because of the unique way it is funded the Guardian can be the best newspaper in the world ever and forever.

      Polly Toynbee could right puff pieces about how fond the British people are of ‘Aunty’ Guardian which is illustrated by all the money they pay for their Newspaper Licenses which they uniquely buy under threat of prison.

      People would be sent threatening pseudo-legalese letters if they have not got a Newspaper License, even if they don’t buy or want newspapers. Inspectors would be sent round to try to get people to sign forms saying they read a newspaper once and then they can be sent to court and fined and that money can go to the Guardian too. This all creates jobs.

      You see people, it really is not that difficult once intelligent people start to think about it.


  31. 111
    Colin the Meek says:

    Fuck ‘em.


  32. 118
    pos says:

    Definition of LOCOG






    They should hang their heads in shame. Masses of money has been squandered and wasted as this once great country slowly falls to her feet.
    It makes we want to weep. RIP Great Britain


  33. 120
    Gordon Brown says:

    I am Olympic coconut headbutt champion


    • 129
      David, call me Prime Minister if you like says:

      I’ll fight you for that moniker, old chap.

      lol x *waves* and laughs “big time?”


      • 146
        Soames says:

        Not being funny but why does Cameron keep saying ‘let me be clear’ is he hungover or something or does he have truble with his eyes


  34. 126
    Guardian Announce £7 million in Cuts says:




  35. 132
    Ed Milibandwagon says:

    These cuts are WRONG!


  36. 133
    Dudley Zoo says:

    Ed Milliband looks like 12 types of wanker


  37. 147

    Just think.

    A Labour Party trip to Denver to see Batman.

    It would have been worth paying the expenses. I would have chipped in.


    • 160
      His Holiness T.Bliar & Extremely Filthy Rich Associates says:

      Where should I send my large Urgent donation, via Pay Pal OK ??

      that should get things going with a bang……


  38. 151
    Ah! Monika says:

    The new face of Egyptian TV: News channel run by women who wear full veil.

    If only Fiona Bruce would do the same


    • 162
      Ah! Monika says:

      10.00 Fiona = Serious face, Acting the News. lower voice = serious. Turning over


    • 170
      Long Bear*ded Man says says:

      Don’t worry, going to happen sooner that you think !! long before year of 1417

      The Ladies News rehearsal actually took place in Shepherds Bush at the old

      BBC Centre ?? look at the floor !! You Infi*dels


    • 207
      Aunty Matter says:

      Not just that, have you seen rat face Kirsty Wark on Newsnight flashing her cellulite thighs? It’s disgusting.


  39. 163
    The Olympics Brand Police - we know your every thort! says:

    Evnin’ All !

    Now don’t you go about a’thinkin’ you can do wot u like wiv Olumpic stuff – we is watchin’ u – an’ we no whar’ u lif!

    So WATCHIT !!!!


    • 231

      Stuff your logos where the sun doesn’t shine, i.e. back where they came from.


  40. 164
    Bank on Dave says:

    Oops Not the best choice for our new venture ( Channel 4 )


  41. 165
    BBC Censor states She cant take anymore shocks tonight says:

    WIRES FLASH Dairy Farmers starting to block Milk Processors again


    Better get Red Ed on News Night to condemn those nasty tories

    for cutting to fast & to far


  42. 166

    Sky News

    Scare talk without grounds:

    Violators (of the Olympic Movement) can be fined up to £20,000.

    Says who?

    Who passed such regulations?

    Sheer myth.


  43. 169

    Welcome to the Gold, Silver, Bronze, Summer Olympics internet…

    (Not one penny paid to the Olympics Committee or its sponsers for exercising my freedom of speech.)


  44. 172
    David, call me Prime Minister if you like says:

    lol – no disguisin the author tho ♥


  45. 177
    mother nature bites yer bum .. says:

    This vintage 2011 home-made cider is revolting, Stew.


  46. 178
    How to lick your pros into shape says:

    Portmanteau terms such as EUSSR. Liebour and Banksters (not to mention Bliar and Zanulabour) are best avoided as nobody any longer sees them and thinks: ” How clever. I wish I’d thought of that!” (in fact it’s a bit depressing that anybody ever did).
    A simple EU (boo! hiss!), Labour (boo! hiss!), Bankers (boo! hiss!) etc will suffice.


    • 246
      Baldy says:

      Next you’ll be telling us not to call the EU-loving political cartel the LibLabCon. :)

      It’s worth calling these people/organisations by how they actually behave, to counter the constant tax-payer ripped off funded spin.

      Of course they would much rather you talk about them as they would like to be called so they can live off the credit of long-gone people, you know, the ones who worked to improve education, science and politics for the common good.

      Instead these are now all debased just for a few troughers to get richer and to fund impractical ideologues who know the words to make our impotent politicians feel important – ’50 days to save the world’ etc.

      Another example people increasingly recognise are those organisations which are given our money by the govt, to then lobby that same govt for policies they want to push onto us against our will, making up the ‘settled science’ to set people against each other – they are in every sense ‘fake charitees’.


  47. 179
    JH says:

    “Conran Signh’s aim is to better understand what the reader is doing and wanting from a story at any given time.”

    It’s probably mainly right of centre readers love, dropping in to seethe their way through a story on how great North Korea is or how taking away tax credits from middle class families might mean little Cressida would have to take fewer violin lessons.

    We actually enjoy having our blood pressure raised by lefty bullshit like that. It affords us pleasant waves of validation for our general distain of the left and its print and broadcast propaganda wings, The Naurgiad and the BBC.

    Of course, the Guardian does not do this on purpose to get more click-throughs and ad revenue. Oh no.

    Dyed in the wool lefties who actually read and agree with the articles probably number less than 50’000. No wonder The Guardian is going down the shitter the second the flow of money from productive enterprise peters out, just like every other socialist vanity project since the beginning of time.


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    Socialism = Starvation says:

    New Olympic Event, to reward LOCOG troughers for their efforts and give the Squaddies a chance to participate.

    Live bait bayonet practice: see how far and fast some former Olympians can still run.


    • 192
      3 toes mustef says:

      I think you have missed an opportunity, a message to the world, It’s just some guys and girls showing how tough they are. You can do this with 2 or 3 sticks and a couple of rocks in a park.. 3 grand tops and the tv can pay for the broadcast, nobody has to actually come. LOL it’s 2012 innit.


  49. 193
    Anonymous says:

    Fucking BBC
    Fucking EU
    Fucking Trades Unions
    Fucking bed wetters
    Fucking Socialists
    Fucking immigrants
    Fucking bankers
    Fucking Local Councils
    Fucking Quangos
    Fucking terrorist sympathisers



    • 197
      3 toes mustef says:

      you forgot to mention women


      • 200
        A Rusbridger says:

        … and Guardianistas
        you mindless right wing, fascist, daily mail reading, homophobic (hang on – you didn’t mention them – do you bat for the other side or something?)


      • 229
        Clawity begins at home says:

        and politicians
        and the British weather
        and the price of eggs these days

        We could all go on…


  50. 199
    not a machine says:

    Is the man doing the power point presentation explaining how it will all work out right by using endrogenous growth theory :)


  51. 201
    Anonymous says:

    Is there a Mrs Lord Coe? Didn’t realise he was 1/4 Indian.


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    Aunty Matter says:

    Amelia Hill was on the Sky paper review tonight. She really is a thick bitch, she can hardly string two words together.

    No wonder coppers like her.


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    cAMERA mAN - THE pr (UP THE ARSE) guRU says:



  54. 208

    You load of tossers! You toolkit of deparvity! Fuck you!


  55. 211
    Been to the pictures says:

    The Dark Knight Rises is fucking fantastic.


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    Lord Flashcunt says:

    Re. Rubbisher’s other cripplingly expensive vanity project – does anyone know how many hours a day the Grauniad’s Berliner presses are actually in operation? Of course, they’d be able to offset their losses by taking on third party printing jobs during press downtime, if they used the same format as everyone else.


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    Latimer Alder says:

    A developer in the forum presents something called

    ‘The Guardian Time Saver’.

    It seems from their circulation figures that many have already discovered that the best way to save time when reading the Grauniad is not to bother with the f…..g thing at all.

    Long may its terminal decline mirror the plummeting public belief in its sacred cow of catastrophic global warming.


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