October 25th, 2012

Guidogram Going Out Shortly

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

Thousands of Westminster insiders read the Guidogram, everyone from Downing Street insiders to Fleet Street never miss it. It’s an early one this week as Ed Balls has the mother of all car crash interviews. Also don’t miss out on Guido’s rent-swapping series.

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18 Comments

  1. 1
    Tom Watson says:

    I want to be a household name! I’ll jump on any bandwagon to get my mug in the papers! Me me me! It’s all about meeeeeeeeeee!

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      My Piggy Bank is empty says:

      Best to get your mug-shot in the bottom of all toilet pans then.

      Instead of visiting the Armatige-Shank we will visit the Tom Watson.

      Then we can say “just going to point Percy at the fat c’unt)

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    • 9
      Selohesra says:

      Could we pursuade Twatto and Miliband etc that the latest bandwagon is jumping 23miles from a balloon? – its worth a try

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    • 12
      Hackny Cabbie says:

      Looked a bit of a mess on Wednesday. Looked like he had fell off the wagon. Noticed someone on Twitter praised him for his work in outing Mirror Newpapers on hacking. Also asked him to look into Rentswapping

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  2. 2
    retrospective says:

    Car crash? Total write off

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  3. 3
    A Guidophile says:

    I wish I was a pixie –
    Life would be a farce!
    I’d climb up all the tallest trees
    And slide down on my hands and knees….

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  4. 4
    Blinky is a cunt says:

    Just saw the clip of Blinky getting annoyed at Brillo exposing his bullshit over the deficit. How I wish that piece of shit Balls would just fucking get cancer and die.

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  5. 5
    Friends says:

    There’s something not right here. When Balls was on Brillo back in April, Ross Altmann the woman who runs SAGA was also on. They were both on today’s programme too and at the very end it became apparent that they are friends, she even tried to help him out in his interview at an earlier stage.

    From Wiki:
    “governor and non-executive director of the London School of Economics

    In July 2004 Altmann was appointed by Lord Falconer, Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs, to the Strategic Investment Board for a three-year term. The announcement cited Altmann’s work on the Myners’ review and her then current job as non-executive policy adviser to the Policy Unit at 10 Downing Street on investment, pensions, savings and annuity policies”.”

    I thought the BBC were supposed to have balanced guests?

    Link to the April Daily Politics

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-17855913

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    Would have been nice to have this line of questioning in 2007 says:

    Pah, just like Jimmy Savile the media are finally waking up to the what Balls and Brown did but its several years to late.

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      My Piggy Bank is empty says:

      Yep agree and the media muppet’s will never wake up to their stupidity on reporting.

      Self promoting bunch of over paid cretins.

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    The Taxpayer funded Gym at the Department or Children Schools and Families. says:

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