October 4th, 2012

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The Guidogram round-up of the week is going out shortly.

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  1. 1
    Friday Sitting says:

    The Crown Court

    at Southwark

    Daily List for Friday 5 October 2012 at English Grounds, off Battlebridge Lane


    Court 2 – sitting at 10:00 AM


    For Mention (Defendant to Attend)
    T20127076 HUHNE Christopher

    Order made under Contempt of Court Act 1981
    For Mention
    T20127076 PRYCE Vasiliki

    Order made under Contempt of Court Act 1981

  2. 2
    Sir William Waad says:

    Vasiliki Pryce? Wasn’t he in The Abominable Dr Phibes?

  3. 3
    Silent Bobski says:


  4. 4
    Silent Bob says:


  5. 5
    Not Saying Anything says:

    I wonder if we will ever find out why Vasiliki Pryce is not required to attend but Christopher Huhne is?

  6. 6
    Anonymous says:

    “You’re either in front of Guido, or behind…”

    Alternatively you’re neither, because Guido is busy being stuck up his own rectum.

  7. 7
    Obamarodneyramalamadingdong says:

    Being stuck up his own rectum by whom?

  8. 8
    Fight On says:

    They are both attending now, today as well. I guess Huhne must have failed in getting the case against him dismissed.


  9. 9
    R1cardoC says:

    Christopher, very unparliamentary language used there!

  10. 10
  11. 11
    Fuck off fatboy says:

    Stop eating.

  12. 12
    Right wingers summed up says:

  13. 13
    nellnewman says:

    S I see the labour conference bullied, booed and heckled a schoolgirl who said she was attending an Academy.

    The true face of divisive labour revealed.

  14. 14
    Tristram Smallbore-ffipps says:

    Hope the Guidogram is a bit more accurate than his reporting of the presidential debate. Despite his headline of “bookies cut odds”, the only bookies that matter in this race (the Las Vegas ones) still will not give better than 2-5 about Obama. And they have not called an election wrong since 1948. If you can get better from elsewhere take the odds. Obama has it sewn up.

  15. 15
    Plato says:

    One Nation includes people we disagree with, doesn’t it?

  16. 16
    Tristram Smallbore-ffipps says:

    Now you have really offended Pickles.

  17. 17
    xyz says:

    Journalists are allowed to report why there’s been some delays in the case. Nothing too exciting. But it’s likely the trial now won’t start until Feb 2013

  18. 18
    nellnewman says:

    Just goes to show that militwit didn’t really mean all that one nation hot air doesn’t it? Hope the incident has been captured on film for tonight’s news bulletins.

  19. 19
    xyz says:

    AREN’T allowed i mean

  20. 20
    Water Police says:

    Normally we won’t enter water to save a drowning man.

    Operation overkill? Ridiculous moment two fully clothed policemen wade into swimming pool to drag a nuisance swimmer out

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2212789/Operation-overkill-Ridiculous-moment-fully-clothed-policemen-wade-swimming-pool-drag-nuisance-swimmer-out.html#ixzz28LQzhdS4

  21. 21
    Aunty Matter says:

    Even the BBC are having to admit defeat and report the Jimmy Savile story now. I suspect this can of worms will be opened wide soon and we will really see some nasty stuff come out.

  22. 22
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    I remember the last movie Vincent Pr!ce was in, playing a “mad scientist” who creates a robot in the image of a young man who means well, but, because the builder died before the “young man” could be finished, the poor schnook ended up with no common sense about how to handle himself, and was forever getting himself into trouble; you may remember the film– “Edward Milibands” I believe it was called.

  23. 23
    Labour - still nasty says:

    A Labour conference delegate was heckled from the floor when she mentioned her school. Joanne, an immigrant who came to this country seeking political asylum and is about to read law, came face to face with the vested interests that blight education reform: the hall did not like the fact that she went to an Academy school. A delegate started shouting about comprehensive schooling, much to the horror of those around her.

    Michael Gove has come down on the girl’s side: ‘Heckling a schoolgirl because she goes to an academy is disgraceful. But it also shows the real face of Labour – a party where aspiration and achievement gets booed. Stephen Twigg needs to condemn this and the culprit must be expelled from the party. This pupil is a credit to her school and proof that we need to expand the Academies programme.’

  24. 24
    annette curton says:

    You couldn’t make it up!, Good job it’s in closed court;
    “Chris Huhne: Shut yer mouth Vicky, You Slag!”.

  25. 25
    Keith Vazoline says:

    I will agree with anyone who can get the police off my back. Is Handycock Around?

  26. 26
    Lard Pressclott - Laughing Policeman in waiting says:

    I always eat pickles with my pies.

  27. 27
    Lord Stansted says:

    Judging from the f—- crap layout, I guess The Crown Court at Southwark are not IT literate.

  28. 28
    nellnewman says:

    That’s the problem of course, labour is not a party that believes in hard work or achieving one’s aspirations.

    It has always been and will always be the party for bringing everyone down to the lowest uneducated, welfare dependant level possible.

    Unless of course you are a member of the wealthy labour elite like the militwits or hatty harpic then your children will get every benefit to ensure their success.

  29. 29
    Concerned of Graves End says:

    The worms wont have got to him yet, will they?

  30. 30
    K.VAZOLINE says:

    Try Chris Hoooooooooooooooooooooon.

  31. 31
    BBC News Editor says:

    This is a non-story so we will not be mentioning it.

  32. 32
    annette curton says:

    Don’t take everything in moderation Bob.

  33. 33
    nellnewman says:

    Ah maybe it’ll be another ITV scoop then or a Sky exclusive!

    Guido was at the conference. I do hope he was present for this and got a video of it – might be a chance to make a bob or two here selling it to the Independent TV news stations.

  34. 34
    Vic Timm says:

    Here we go on Savile (Appropriate last four letters in his name). The plan to rub the BBC in it is to never, never, never, never, never accept from the BBC a) their explanations b) their excuses c) their own version of events d) their apologies e) anything else they say on the matter. Ignore them! Keep on at it for ever. Question it. Challenge it. Deny them. Make it daily headlines.

    In other words treat them EXACTLY as they have treated Mitchell, Murdoch, Christianity, Tories, Romney, Israel, climate sceptics, indeed anybody that doesn’t fit their ideology or prejudiced viewpoint.

    Time to go on the offensive against the offensive BBC!

  35. 35
    Never mind the width, feel the length says:

    We’re in this for the long duration. Like Muzzys, we plan far ahead.

  36. 36
    UKIP.i.am.awake says:

    Labour is the dependent party.
    One nation – workers and shirkers.
    One nation – creditors and debtors.
    One nation – unions and job creators.
    One nation – yet Labour create division by class.

  37. 37
    Oops says:

    Ed Miliband said he was “deeply concerned” about the allegations surrounding Sir Jimmy Savile and it is important to “get to the bottom of what happened”.

  38. 38
    Cp Jones says:

    The BBC don’t like it up ‘em.

  39. 39
    blub says:

    I think this whole secret courts for rich people has gone beyond a joke.

  40. 40
    the savant says:

    Well well .. now we know what Vicky was really short for …

  41. 41
    Gooey Blob says:

    That is because Labour is a one notion party.

  42. 42
    Just wondrin says:

    Freddie Star…injunction..ITV……what’s it all about?

  43. 43
    Anonymous says:

    Er, who are the first to go on the streets and riot and indulge in violence? That’s correct, the left.

  44. 44
    Sinister Labour incident says:

    A young model fell to her death from an apartment balcony at a hotel being used by delegates attending the Labour party conference. The 23-year-old, who has been named in reports as Latvian model Laura Pahomova, plunged nine floors to her death at the Light Boutique Aparthotel in Manchester.

  45. 45
    blub says:

    Spot on

  46. 46
    Anonymous says:

    It’s almost as bad as frogmarching ancient anti-war protestor Walter Wolfgang out of the Labour conference a few years ago.

  47. 47
  48. 48
    stroppycow says:


    Nation load of bollocks again FFS!!!!

  49. 49
    nellnewman says:

    Yes exactly! Labour showing it’s true colours yet again!

  50. 50
    Gentle Republican says:

  51. 51
    Hank Cuffs says:

    “Contempt of court is a court order which, in the context of a court trial or hearing, declares a person or organization to have disobeyed or been disrespectful of the court’s authority. Often referred to simply as “contempt,” such as a person “held in contempt,” it is the judge’s strongest power to impose sanctions for acts which disrupt the court’s normal process.

    A finding of contempt of court may result from a failure to obey a lawful order of a court, showing disrespect for the judge, disruption of the proceedings through poor behaviour, or publication of material deemed likely to jeopardize a fair trial.

    I wonder what’s going on?

  52. 52
    the savant says:

    Not to the extent of behaving boorishly patronisingly and in a hostile group – think manner to what is still a single defenceless but singleminded little girl .

    As you see I do not pepper my critique of you with any similarly cheap vulgarities —-

    WANKER !!

  53. 53
    the savant says:

    As you know Smallbore In my case at least you are preaching to the converted .

    Mitt(y) put on a far better show than I expected last night and Hosannah was a slow motion train wreck compared to his previous outings . But there are still two debates to go and Hossie will come out of the traps honed and hosed and ready not to commit the same errors again .
    Even if Mitt(y) DOES win the last two debates he is still at present roughly 40-60 behind the Hossanah man . That s a HELL of a lot of ground to make up AND overtake. In four weeks he has to claw back eleven or more percentage points– an impossibility ( unless of course you count the Ryder Cup score !!)

  54. 54
    nellnewman says:

    Who else was in the room with her at the tim? what labour conference folks were staying there? & why is it being hushed up?

  55. 55
    nellnewman says:

    He’ll need to start with labour Islington Council and a certain margarethodge then!

  56. 56
    Your Friendly Neighbourhood Smear-Busting Service says:

    Chunk Yoghurt (Cenk Uygur), who got sacked from MSNBC in 2011 for being “too Leftie”. (How Leftie are you if even MSNBC gives you the heave-ho?) And the incident he is referencing was a disturbance between two people who may have imbibed a bit of a given Friday night, by all accounts, and it was prosecuted as “public intox” and not as a “hate-crime” (his word against hers as to what was said). What gave this story any currency at all was that the young man is a very vocal anti-immigration activist and Representative Tancredo was a rather, shall we say, “quixotic” Presidential candidate who once mooted nuking Mecca as a possible way of fighting Is*lam*ic jihadists. (A bit premature for that, wouldn’t you say?) This was Uygur’s chance to kill two birds with one stone, to brand the young man as a hatemonger and Tancredo as an “enabler,” as they say, of such people.

  57. 57
     Press Gagging Order says:

    In this case it is reporting restrictions, that is what it was saying on monday. That’s why you have not read or seen anything of it in the press.

    Quote from Wiki “Under the Contempt of Court Act 1981 it is criminal contempt of court to publish anything which creates a real risk that the course of justice in proceedings may be seriously impaired. It only applies where proceedings are active, and the Attorney General has issued guidance as to when he believes this to be the case, and there is also statutory guidance. The clause prevents the newspapers and media from publishing material that is too extreme or sensationalist about a criminal case until the trial is over and the jury has given its verdict.

  58. 58
    the savant says:

    It’s about Cameron doing a one off double act with Blair and their both spouting an apology to all abused under age hamsters who are now living with no heads .

  59. 59
    Aunty Matter says:

    Exactly, there needs to be a full investigation into the BBC (where is Ed Miliband when you need a bandwagon started?)

  60. 60
    Aunty Matter says:

    The BBC won’t be reporting this.

  61. 61
    Dick the butcher says:

    Agreed. It’s high time our rotten legal system is sorted out.
    First thing we do – let’s hang all the lawyers.

  62. 62
    Just seen says:

    h 4rry c0le tweet

    “Freddie Starr eat my beaver “

  63. 63
    Just seen on mumsnet of all places says:

    jimmy garry and freddie all in the same sentence!!

  64. 64
    Tristram Smallbore-ffipps says:

    Of course it is a disgrace, but not very different to the Bullingdon episode in the 70s where they picked on an ex-comprehensive girl on a night out. In this case however they did not realise she was the girlfriend of a member of the Uni rugby team and got badly pulped. It would be nice if something similar could happen this time…..

  65. 65
    ? says:

    Is that a Judge’s sentence?

  66. 66
    Tristram Smallbore-ffipps says:

    Could this be Labour’s Milligan moment?

  67. 67
    Hercules Grytpype-Thynne says:

    This story has been spiked.

  68. 68
    Well it's a thought says:

    Wow!, a message from the Establishment allowing the judiciary do some real investigating into the Establishment corruption and perversions , yeh throw a bone to the dogs,if they get closer throw a real bone to the dogs but the Establishment must remain pure after all , troughing rights will be lost.

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