September 6th, 2012

Steve Field Scoop Confirmed
Prime Minister’s Spokesman Quitting for IMF

Guido was savaged when he wrote this piece back in May. No.10 denied the story on the basis that he hadn’t walked that day. Today the Prime Minister’s Spokesman Steve Field has announced he’s departing to join the IMF. A possible job Guido tweeted as follow up back in May. You’re either in front of Guido or…

UPDATE: Lest we forget what they said at the time:

Smirk.


30 Comments

  1. 1
    CrushedScrote says:

    Is that a competition? Ok, let me try:

    You’re either in front of Guido, or you’re wondering where the sun went?

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    • 29
      Forkbender says:

      Well it looks as if all Dave’s yes men are leaving but how many more to go, not quite 21/2 years gone, are they looking around to see when and where to jump ship

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  2. 2
    the savant says:

    ..o or your — like the favourite — all behind

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  3. 3
    Gordon Brown MP says:

    As we speak, Mr Speaker, I have lopped one head off the global financial crisis hydra that is threatening to engulf us all, but even now another grows in its place. Luckily Prudence is fortifying my loins, along with her lipstick lesbian chum, Fiscal Rectitude, and I feel ready for battle once more.

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  4. 5
    Mark Oaten says:

    You can be in front of me if you like, Guido, I don’t bite. Blocking out the sun with your manly presence. And you can do one of those big solar flare thingies if you like. Right in [CENSORED BY G BROWN MP].

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  5. 6
    Anonymous says:

    Nice one Guido,nice one!

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  6. 7

    So he will soon be telling Mr Booooooooooo that he has it wrong as well!!!

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  7. 9
    Oggy the duck says:

    Field harvested?

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  8. 11
    a non says:

    Dont believe being in front of or behind is the problem here.
    More a question of deciding to be under Dave or under Christine Lagarde. No brainer.

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  9. 12
    Your Friendly Neighbourhood Typical Pundit Cliche Service says:

    “Four months can be like forever, in politics and Government…”

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  10. 14
    annette curton says:

    Along with Greece, Spain, Portugal, Italy…

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  11. 15
    Silent Bob says:

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  12. 23
    Jimmy says:

    They’ll still be working together.

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    • 26
      a non says:

      Perhaps Dave needs a friend in the enemies camps.
      What with the French OECD on the one hand trying to stack the deck promoting Euro interests and Standard and Poor or Moody’s on the USA side trying to stimulate and promote the dollar- the IMF as umbrella organisation can swing some backing for George and his attempts and hopes to prop up the pound.

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      • 27
        Camilla Parkerarse-Down says:

        Or maybe Dave needs a friend in the enemies canapes. Muumy used to prop up the washing line. Charles occasionally props up the wall.

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  13. 25
    You must be Joe King says:

    Good boy, Guido – keeps ‘em up to the mark!

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  14. 28

    Preparation for when we go the IMF next year

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  15. 30
    Anonymous says:

    Family Man Steve, probably wants to get a less shitty job time wise

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