September 24th, 2012

Exclusive: Euan Blair Sent to Coventry With Geoffrey Robinson
Daily Star Sunday Column Now Online

As Guido exclusively revealed in yesterday’s Daily Star Sunday, Blair could be in Parliament in 2015. Euan Blair that is.

It has been mentioned before that Euan might be interested in following his father’s footsteps, but Guido brings you the first details of his plan, and his new intriguing mentor:

“Keep an eye on the selection for the Labour seat of Coventry North West. Guido hears current MP Geoffrey Robinson is planning to retire at the next election and is taking a keen interest in the selection of his successor. Potential rival candidates have been put off by Euan Blair putting his face around the constituency in Robinson’s company. The former PM’s son has also been attending the local party’s committee meetings. Dullness you would only sit through for one reason.”

Guido also broke the news last week that Will Straw was in the running for a seat, but it will be Euan that really gets tongues wagging. Robinson was closer to the Brownites so it’s in interesting development that he’s taken Euan under his wing. One to watch…

Elsewhere in the column, Guido brings you Diane Abbott’s two faced hypocrisy on bonuses, Lembit’s Clown torture and a the first UKIP-Tory alliance. We also found it a bit odd that when the Foreign Office was packed with half naked women, the Foreign Secretary was nowhere to be seen…


119 Comments

  1. 1
    Moussa Koussa says:

    Nice chap. Not a Pleb.

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    • 13
      Grrr says:

      Another rich, spoilt brat, educated far from the prolls in comprehensives, going into politics to represent the poor and oppressed.

      Surely not – what’s next that fat blob of hippocracy Dian Abbot’s privately educated son going for Labour, the privately educated spawn of Lady Toynbee becoming another Marxist revolutionary?

      I am shocked – its almost as if the Labour party is run by fat rich Union barons and wealthy kids pretending to be workers representitives. Almost – like the Soviet Union.

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      • 28
        Osama the Nazarene says:

        Guido latest – ABBOTT A HYPOCRITE!

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      • 32
        Tristram Smallbore-ffipps says:

        Faux shock if I ever heard it. Core point you make is ok but where is the difference with the likes of Nick (the turd) Hurd and Mad Frankie Fraud (son of Angus Maude)? I suppose you could say they do not pretend to represent the masses – but I would love to hear them say that.

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        • 107
          Pundit too too says:

          I must admit that in this photo Blair fils looks like one of those Manchester or Liverpool gang members with his overpainted slag.
          He appears to be saying “who are you looking at”? My girlfriend? I’m on my way.

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          • Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

            They’d need to be far more fashionably dressed than that and there’s no tattoo on their necks.

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      • 46
        13eastie says:

        Unquestionably Ewan’s experience and achievements make him an entirely suitable character to represent his ̶c̶o̶n̶s̶t̶i̶t̶u̶e̶n̶t̶s̶ family in Parliament.

        Ditto Straw’s drug-dealer brat and Benn’s revolting, precocious grand-child.

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        • 62
          Some Are More Equal Than Others says:

          Socialist Nepotism – the New Mediocracy

          The Kinnockios

          The Blair Witch Project

          The StrawMen

          Diane Flabbutt

          Cooper-Balls

          Harman-Dromey

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          • More, more, more.... says:

            The Milibandits

            The Bonker-Bennocracy

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          • The Wealthy Revolutionaries says:

            Many of the Regressive Alliance go to public schools these days to learn how to swing off flags at the Cenotaph or throw fire extinguishers at passing crowds……

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          • Nepotism + Pugilism says:

            How about Lord Lardarse + A Large Knuckle Sarnie?

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          • genghiz the kahn says:

            Philip Gould – Georgina Gould – failed in attempt to be a candidate for Labour.

            Crewe and Nantwich Tamsin Dunwoody attempts to take over her mummy’s seat but loses.

            Gwyneth Dunwoody daughter of Morgan Philips the former General Secretary of The Labour Party sat as MP for Crewe and Nantwich.

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        • 93
          Anonymous says:

          blair represents blair.
          that’s blairism.

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          • Forkbender says:

            Not ANOTHER daddy was a mp so I want to be an mp. it is right my right and inheritance. Guido as a matter of interest, how many existing mps are sons, nieces etc of previous mps?

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    • 48
      Blair is the new Blair says:

      Luciana ha a problem. Although Chuka’s greasy pole may be taller than Euan’s , she’s probably wondering if the short one would make an easier climb to the top.

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    • 61
      King Herod of Judea says:

      This wouldn’t have happened in my day.

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    • 79
      Anonymous says:

      HEY! NO Rich & Mark ….

      Dare we hope …?

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    • 85
      Rendition this mofo says:

      Euan Blair – looks like an evil little fucker – just like his dad

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    • 114
      Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

      Who ‘s the bird? Does she have a daughter? Boaz.

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    • 119
      Julian says:

      Oh come on Fawkes! That’s not Euan Blair – that’s one of the Jedward twins!

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  2. 2
    Denis McShane's Shed says:

    Well, if this is true, yet another bland, unexceptional candidate with zero experience of the outside world.

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  3. 3
    Marshmyst says:

    Is that Luciana Berger in the photo?

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  4. 4
    Kebab Time says:

    So both son son of Blair and Straw standing for Labour.

    New generation?

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  5. 5
    Martin Day says:

    Andrew Mitchell was driven to downing street in a Polo,should have been a Panda !!

    Boom Boom

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  6. 6
    Noooooooooooooo says:

    One Blair shyster spiv is enough for any country thank you, enough is enough.

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    • 37
      Tristram Smallbore-ffipps says:

      Exactly my feelings about the matter – and the same applies to the Hurds, the Maudes and not forgetting Little Jimmy Goldsmith.

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      • 77
        Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

        So what qualities does this know-nothing exactly possess that would make him representative of the people of Coventry? What life experience has he had so far which makes anybody think he knows anything about anything?

        A spoilt rich kid who probably thinks they are all ‘plebs’, but knows enough to keep his posh gob shut if he wants to jump on the Westminster gravy train and milk it for all it’s worth like mum and dad. Let’s just hope the people of Coventry have the intelligence to treat him with the contempt he deserves when the time comes.

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      • 87
        Mediacracy says:

        Nepotism is deplorable but when one’s family is so talented, what can one do?.

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        • 112
          Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

          He may even be a Lord one day if Daddy decides to accept an heretidary peerage. Is he the first born?

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  7. 7
    WVS says:

    Nepotism – the rich political class like the Blairs.

    They think they are fucking royalty.

    What has this son of a war criminal ever done to warrant becoming an MP?

    I thought that Labour were supposed to support meritocracy as a concept?

    Utter scum the lot of them.

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    • 27
      WVM says:

      Indeed, another example of the utter hypocrisy of the left.

      By the way great name.

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    • 40
      Tristram Smallbore-ffipps says:

      Sorry? You really thought Labour support meritocracy? Never thought I would see such naivety on this blog (unless, of course, you belong to UKIP).

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      • 60
        Thought Police says:

        Crossed my mind too but the poster included the words “supposed” and “concept” to that sentence and in that context I let it go and turned the other cheek.

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  8. 9
    Stan says:

    Adverts for Triodos on here?

    FFS – those shysters are rent seeking 4th sector leeches.

    Without the subsidy from the taxpayer there would be no wind “industry” anywhere in the world.

    Investors – ask yourselves this:

    What happens to my shares in wind power if the subsidy is removed?

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    • 11
      Sandra in Accounts says:

      Ahh, but removing the wind power subsidy would require that a grown up politician takes power from the Cameron / Clegg / Miliband 6th Formers.

      Shocking though – so much taxpayer money taken from the very pooest and given to the wealthiest land owners -supported by Clegg and Miliband too!

      Camerons father in law is raking it in from the plebs.

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      • 42
        Anti Fabian says:

        Don’t forget the CAP, another transfer from taxed workers to rich landowners. Basically we’ve returned to serfdom.

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      • 71
        I Remember You Hoo says:

        Anytime the three main parties are in complete agreement, follow the money. The spivs and shysters are never far away from the selected / elected looters.

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  9. 10
    The entie Blair family are wretched, arrogant fuckwitted cunts says:

    Like father, like son.

    Or, to put it more accurately:

    Like c-unt, like c-unt.

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  10. 12
    Climbing the greasy pole as well as sucking it says:

    Is that who Ms Burger was fucking at the time to climb the greasy pole? Before moving onto Sion Simon and Upchuck?

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  11. 14
    genghiz the kahn says:

    He will no doubt tell voters that he drinks Mild, and has been a lifelong Sky Blues supporter and remembers Tony Hateley scoring goals at Highfield Road.

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  12. 15
    The entie Blair family are wretched, arrogant fuckwitted cunts says:

    Look at the arrogant tosser with his ostentatiously semi-shaved eyebrows trying to look “street” and hip. Waste of fucking space.

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  13. 16
    Raving Loon says:

    Son of a war criminal. Sorry, did I say that out loud?

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    • 56
      dr david kelly's ghost says:

      wouldn’t it be awful if a muslim with a grudge got hold of him whilst campaigning there and slit his throat – wouldn’t like that to happen at all, oh no.

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      • 95
        Anonymous says:

        there is an awful lot of anger when it comes to the supposed man of peace. blair junior in uk public life, does not gel well.

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  14. 17
    An open letter says:

    Dear Cancer

    Please can you find your way into Tony Blair ASAP. Cheers.

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  15. 20
    Well it's a thought says:

    Wannabe politician’s , sucking at the taxpayer’s teat is where we wanna be, we will do anything to be at Palace of Westminsters pig trough, even if we are inept and wouldn’t know a real job or a real person/pleb if we fell over them.

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  16. 21
    Anonymous says:

    He looks like jedward and luciana berger got where she is through talent alone…

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  17. 22
    The people have spoken says:

    it should be made illegal for anybody with the name “Blair” to hold any kind of public office

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    • 49
      soap says:

      Hope you feel the same for the Abb*tts and V*zes of the world .
      These are potential family dynasties waiting in the wings to be thrust upon an unsuspecting public in due course.

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  18. 23
    bergen says:

    Yet wasn’t it pater who abolished hereditaries in HoL ?

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  19. 25
    Anonymous says:

    Didn’t realise today was April 1st.

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  20. 26
    Johann Hari says:

    Guys, don’t miss my interview with President Ahmedinajad!

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  21. 29
    Hava Nagila says:

    I thought when Labour went after the House of Lords they told us they were opposed to hereditary privilege. Now it seems like every second Labour MP has inherited their seat from a parent.

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  22. 30
    Sir William Blair says:

    Ewan Blair was good in Trainspotting but I haven’t admired his subsequent work.

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  23. 34
    youthenasia says:

    Not all the Bliars are bad.
    At least their daughter attempted suicide when she was old enough to understand what mummy and daddy were all about.

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  24. 39
    Nonjob says:

    Jesus.

    Just when you thought things couldn’t get any worse.

    Some faceless gimp has a spastic, nepotistic aspiration to greatness.

    All i can say, is that i wish him success.

    Did i say “success”? Forgive me, i meant to say “DEATH.”

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  25. 41
    A Coventrian says:

    Show me a monkey with a red rosette and I’ll vote for it. Up the workers!

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  26. 45
    George Gideon Oliver Osborne says:

    All the while the FTSE is tanking rather nicely this morning.

    It’s going to be bloody awful Tory Conference this year.

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  27. 50
    Andrew"Bumble"Mitchell says:

    Howzat ?

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  28. 51
    bugger off says:

    What on earth could that little twat have to say of any worth whatsoever?

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  29. 52
    Ian E says:

    Hmm, he looks as much a thug as Dan Hodges. Let’s hope he has more morals (i.e. any) than his father!

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    • 59
      St.Tone says:

      I don’t do morals, I’m a religious nutter and a Kaflic as well.

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    • 91
      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      What an ignorant and offensive comment. Dan Hodges is quite unique – a Socialist who makes up his own mind and says what he thinks instead of regurgitating the spoon-fed dogma of the Left. Only look at our beloved BBC, which would rather have the Marxist-Leninist stat-spouter Owen Jones on their radio and TV programmes week in and week out than people of the Left with critical faculties like Dan Hodges.

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  30. 53
    Lefty Doublethink Paragraph 23 says:

    1. Nepotism; it’s okay when we do it.
    2. Ally with any cause, however vile, provided it is sufficiently Anglophobic.
    3. Support immigration and multiculturalism in Britain, but not the Amazon.
    4. Decry discrimination on grounds of sex, yet demand quotas for women.

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    • 68
      WVM says:

      My personal favourite of lefty doublethink is their opposition to capital punishment of the guilty but their support of abortion/baby killing of the innocent.

      I shall now wait for nell to come along and start screaming at me.

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  31. 55
    Synic says:

    Where Lucretia Borgia alias Slotgob in all this

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  32. 63
    Synic says:

    Baby Straw and Baby Blair are obnoxious worthless little cnuts, riding on the backs of their corrupt lying fathers. Make the fxxkers do some real work instead.

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    • 70
      UKIP.i.am.awake says:

      Isn’t this what true anti-monarchist, socialists like Castro and the North Koreans do?
      Always plenty of room for a relative to take over the family firm.

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  33. 69
    UKIP.i.am.awake says:

    Lembitt Opik wrestled with his conscience and lost.

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  34. 73
    Steve Lloyd. says:

    Will this parasite be needing the same level of protection his despot traitor of a father has. After all the jihadists might find Master Euan an easier target than his slippery dad.

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  35. 76
    jgm2 says:

    Jedward! And with a girl!

    I always thought they were asexual.

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  36. 78
    Baron Hogwash says:

    Will our lad Euan be getting a directorship like ole’ Geoffrey at Coventry City FC. May be could save the club from the ruins of another labourite cockup … than again …

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    • 88
      Ed Miliband says:

      Oi! What are you on about? Labourites getting directorships at football clubs– what’s wrong with that? Keeps my brother out of trouble, doesn’t it?

      (Don’t mind me, I’m just pissed off that my Patriots managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory with that walk-off field goal by Baltimore early this morning…)

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  37. 80
    Liarpoliticians says:

    So what has Nick Clegg said about this? He was dead against political nepotism. Oh he’s stone quiet about it.

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    • 92
      Lizzie says:

      He has three children … he’s probably hoping they’ll follow him in the taxpayer funded mfamily business. Much easier for the than actually earning a living.

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  38. 90
    Lizzie says:

    Oh good, yet another hereditary Labour MP … er, wasn’t the hereditary principle supposed to be something Labour was against? Or like honesty in expenses and taxes, are they only against it for people other than themselves?

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  39. 96
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    My god, another one of the c*nts. And Hilary Clinton going for President too? Pass the sickbag, Alice.

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  40. 97
    Lord Windbag of Kinnock says:

    Good on the boy, I see nothing wrong with the principle of hereditary troughing.

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  41. 99
    Caring Liebour Supporter says:

    Watch out Euan, with that look in her eyes she’ll swallow you whole in just one suck.

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  42. 115
    Anonymous says:

    The UK is being turned into a nation of Oligarchs, first Straw now Blair.

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  43. 116
    evad666 says:

    The declinhe of the UK quickens apace.
    First we had Labour, then New Labour, now the rise of the New Labour oligarchy supported by the masses they have pushed into the country.

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Left on Left says:

The lefties are attacking because the panellist is a millionaire and lives in a London home worth upwards of two million. Someone had best tell them he’s called Ed Miliband.


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