September 23rd, 2012

See Guido’s Column in the Daily Star Sunday

In the column this week:


83 Comments

  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    I parted with 80 English pence and brought it this week, was better than last weeks

    the thought of blair and Straw coming to parliament is a good example of Ed Milibands new generation

  2. 2
    • 3
      Realist says:

      I wouldn’t have a swim in the Adriatic now. It’s an almost enclosed cesspit of effluents.

      • 5
        I don't need no doctor says:

        Sounds like parliament.

      • 7
        voting floater says:

        I think that’s what he likes about it.

      • 15

        The whole Mediterranean basin only renews about once a century due to being almost landlocked. So comparisons with say the Atlantic, which has huge currents, is somewhat problematic.

        On the Croatian coast, average visibility is 18 metres. Of course water clarity is not in itself a complete guide. But this is better than anywhere in the Atlantic or Med.

        The pH value has been assessed at 7, a neutral level of aquatic biocenosis favourable to the ecological community. I have been swimming in it now for 32 years, emerging from time to time, and was still alive at the last push of the Submit Comment button.

      • 43
        Even more realist says:

        Sure you don’t mean Affluents?

    • 82
      Thomas Edison says:

      Be careful if blogging then, electrocution at your time of life can be very dangerous!

  3. 11
    Andrew Mitchell says:

    Don’t you fucking know who I am? Because no one else does. I’m a useless arrogant twat.

    • 17
      I don't need no doctor says:

      Yes, but you are an MP, and that is what we expect of MPs. Minimum £65k for what?

    • 49
      Gooey Blob says:

      Wouldn’t you feel more at home in the Labour Party? They’re useless, arrogant we-know-what’s-best-for-you types who regard anyone with a different opinion as a bigot. You should fit in well there.

    • 51
      Sir William Waad says:

      Indeed, you were exceptionally useless at the Department for Half-Arsed Overseas Projects and the Enrichment of Third-World Bigwigs.

    • 81
      Dr Arnold says:

      If you didn’t go to Rugby you are a pleb and probably a t***!

  4. 12
    Lou Costello says:

    Any time I hear “bonus” and “Abbott” in the same sentence, I KNOW it’s gonna end unhappily for someone, and that one ain’t gonna be Abbott.

  5. 14
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Just opened the Sun T’leg graph at pg 23 – No need to read beyond the initial comment:-
    “Following the killing of two constables, Sir Paul Stephenson draws on his success in Liverpool to argue that the police can rid communities of organised crime without arming every officer”

    Plod needs to rid itself of the orgnised crime “within its own bloody ranks” before it starts preaching yet again to the public. e.g. When Sir Ian Blair was in office – National newspapers published reports that some 270 + officers within the MET had multiple convictions for all manner of fraud & criminality.

    Clean up the mess in your own Scotland [back] Yard – before you tell the public to move along ….

    That South Yorks police have had the dirt thrown at them [Hillsborough] is a start – but the criminality & fraud throughout [Rank & File] every one of the other 42 police farces in the UK needs addressing also. The MET and South Yorks police CANNOT be the ‘only bad cop farces’ in the UK.

    Let’s be havin you Plod.

    • 67
      Whipper Mitchell, V.I.P. says:

      These plebs are only good for licking my boots and killing football fans.

    • 80
      Move along there there's nothing to see says:

      Can we also have hand wringing and services for the Brazilian shot down in public?

  6. 16
    Lord Mooncrater says:

    Is Jacks’s brother still in gaol for sexually molesting young girls?

    How is his son’s drug dealing business doing? Quite well, I assume, as he is going to be a Parliamentary candidate for Labour at the next GE.

    Nice family.

    • 33
      A woman says:

      Never heard about his brother.
      Was it when Straw was Home Secretary?

      • 37
        Lord Mooncrater says:

        Google it. Do your own homework. He is on the sexual offenders database for life.

      • 42
        Blowing Whistles says:

        He’s got plenty of Brothers – In the Brotherhoodies of the legal / judicial quarters! Who over rule Plods Brotherhoodies ….

        It’s a kinda pyramid scam if you can think deeper than the surface.

        p.s. The Tin foil hat – smear merchants brigade can Foreign Office.

    • 35
      Mark Oaten says:

      How dare you criticise Jack’s brother giving young girls some finger pie. They love it. Just like I love dirt box frolics on Hampstead Heath after dark.

  7. 24
    Hoorah a proper Tory at last. says:

    I’m glad Blair is coming back. I’m fed up with the way the lefties have taken over the Westminster asylum since he left.

    • 34
      just asking says:

      How much tax would Blair and his missus have to pay under Cleggs plans?

      • 39
        Bullington Big Girls Blouse says:

        Bliar & Rent a Gob plus all MP’s will of course be totally exempt of the £1M assett threshold, all of them are well over this small amount anyway…….

        Remember Some are more equal than others……& you better remember that !!

        • 65
          Hamish Macbeth says:

          “Remember Some are more equal than others……& you better remember that”

          Indeed – f*^(ing plebs

      • 59
        stroppycow says:

        Shit loads! Well one lives in hope.

      • 79
        The Tax Man says:

        How much tax would Clegg have to pay under Clegg’s tax plans?

  8. 27
    Larry the cat. says:

    We cats dont like water, you must be an impostor.

  9. 36
    nellnewman says:

    bliar back in parliament for 2015? That’ll be in time for his next war then! I wonder where he’s planning that?

  10. 38
    Tony Blair says:

    I’ll be back!

    Sorry, I mean, I’ll be a lying, conniving, deceptive, corrupt, evil war criminal. Again.

  11. 40
    Anon Hacked off Voter !! says:

    2015 IF Bliar is able to deceive the voters to regain a seat again in HoC, that
    will be trigger for millions of Plebs to take to the streets & take the country back from these self serving arrogant purveyors of mendacity & manipulation….

  12. 55
    Gordon Brown says:

    I have wet bandaged my head in the hope that it will re-shape during the drying process

  13. 66
    Ed Pleb Miliband says:

    All Plebs are equal. Some Plebs are more equal than others.

  14. 69
    Blair Supporter says:

    You mean I have to BUY it? No chance. It’s not online? How very yesterday. So tell me Daily Star buyers – was it THE Blair that Guido was on about or his son, Euan?

  15. 73
    Tom Catesby says:

    Tony.B.Liar, back in Parliament!? ‘A dog returneth to it’s vomit’

  16. 83
    Blair Supporter says:

    Seems I was right. Can read our Guido like a book, eh? It WAS Euan Blair he was teasing you all with. Not THE MAN. http://order-order.com/2012/09/24/exclusive-euan-blair-sent-to-coventry-with-geoffrey-robinson-daily-star-sunday-column-now-online/ Tony might be back in parliament LONG before 2015.


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What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


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