September 10th, 2012

What “Daddy” Did Next: Fred Michel Lands New Job

Jeremy Hunt was the great survivor of the BSkyB deal, getting himself a promotion, but it seems his texting partner in crime – News Corp lobbyist Fred Michel – has landed a new gig as well.

“Daddy”, as he became affectionately known by Hunt, is off to be European Director of Public Affairs and Communication at global telecoms giants Telefonica.

Big drink tonight!


17 Comments

  1. 1

    I own a telefonica franchise. I’m not happy about this. I’m going to write a letter of disgust to the board of directors.

    Enraged as always,
    David Cameron

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    • 5
      Jeremy Hunt says:

      Ooh, you are butch!

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    • 7
      The Tit in No 10 says:

      Do you think it’s too soon to start to interview staff for my Office in Brussels?

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    • 11
      The facts dear boy says:

      Not usually one to spoil a good story for the sake of accuracy. On this occasion I do think it worth pointing out that the one time only that Hunt texted him as Daddy was when he became a daddy and their wives both dropped their sprogs in the same maternity ward.

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      • 14
        illogical says:

        Spoilsport! Completely correct but then the fun for both Guido and us too is to deliberately add a different slant to all things faintly newsworthy.
        Your own comment in fact continues the theme.
        “Bouncing babies “eh?.

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  2. 2
    the savant says:

    somebody else who is known as DADDY but in his language it is PAPI

    one …. silvio berlusconi .

    i am sure fred michel s justification for attracting the soubriquet cannot at ll be compared with anything the great silvio may have done to claim it .

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  3. 3
    Matty Storren says:

    “Daddd………..e……eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!”

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  4. 4
    Moussa Koussa says:

    “””great survivor “””….LOL

    early days Guido. You know its only a matter of time, Hunt is a serial offender, he will not be able to help himself.

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      Sir William Waad says:

      I expect he’ll have a great time. Who wants to be average?

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      • 10
        SP4BS says:

        Well not if he goes to the open university with his mum. But never mind the serious stuff, I think you’ve missed a detail.

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    • 12
      Name Blame says:

      Poor sod indeed. Who would want to be named Gordon Brown?

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      • 13
        Weird Ed says:

        Thith ith outrageouth – I hope that the BBC don’t cover this.

        I and my NUT sponsors (NUTters) need to know how this one managed to escape the bog standard, prizes-for-all, uniformity that we demand from our education system. We demand a judge-led inquiry into how this happened.

        In our world, no one must be able to grow taller than another – this is not the Britain that we have fought for and have strived to create.

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