November 1st, 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. Don’t miss out on Dave’s euro-nightmare, Guido forcing Tony Blair to pay his interns and a Westminster sexism scandal.

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  1. 1
    Jimmy says:

    I agree with Nick


    • 4
      Chris Christie says:

      My ambition is to be as fat as Guido Fawkes.


      • 17
        Tay King-dePisse says:

        Playing “Baccala” on The Sopranos wasn’t enough, getting elected Governor of New Jersey (as crooked as Old Jersey) wasn’t enough, you now want to enter the Tom Watson/Eric Pickles/Lord Prescott/Guido Fawkes “Who’s-the-biggest-obese-butt-of-humour(pun intended)” competition? Good God, man, is there no curbing your overweeningness?


    • 6 says:

      I agree with Ed Millionaireband. Our EU contributions should be reduced. To zero.


  2. 2
    Crystal Ball says:

    C’mon Guido – be really in front – tell us where the successor to the Son o’ the Manse is going with all this glowing support!


  3. 3
    Nick and Vince says:

    We agree with Dave


  4. 5
    Broadsword calling Danny Boy says:

    Oh my Ghosh. The excitement; how will we cope with it? I’ll just go out and swear at a pleb – that should painlessly relieve the stress.


    • 13
      Anonymous says:

      From the NHS choices website on stress:

      “You may feel anxious, irritable or low in self esteem, and you may have racing thoughts, worry constantly or go over things in your head. You may notice that you lose your temper more easily, drink more or act unreasonably.”

      Yes, your diagnosis is correct and a cure from the NHS is:

      “There’s a solution to any problem. If you remain passive, thinking, ‘I can’t do anything about my problem’, your stress will get worse… That feeling of loss of control is one of the main causes of stress and lack of wellbeing. The act of taking control is in itself empowering, and it’s a crucial part of finding a solution that satisfies you and not someone else”

      Yes, definitely following their advice and thinking of number one. But then the NHS says:

      “Changing a difficult situation isn’t always possible. If this proves to be the case, recognise and accept things as they are and concentrate on everything that you do have control over. ”

      Even the NHS understands the EU.


  5. 7
  6. 8
    Gonk II says:

    I hope that Denis Macshane’s snivelling cur of a speech in the HOC has a passing mention. As the honourable member himself pointed out he can sense a sea change and he wants to be on the right side.


  7. 9
    Everyone in Chingford says:

    Boris Johnson is a lying hound and no amount of spinning away on local radio stations will change that.


  8. 11
    Everyone outside Chingford says:

    We’re in the 21st Century, right ? Dog racing ?????



    • 18
      Boris Johnson says:

      I apologise for my 30 pieces of silver induced betrayal and the retarded bedwetters who try feebly to defend me.

      I have become pro abortion after reading their posts


    • 35
      Harold Hare. says:

      Some of us still like it.


  9. 12
    Boris Johnson says:

    At many hotels, asking for “an extra pillow” is coded talk for wanting a prostitute.


  10. 19
    Angela Merkel says:

    Athens stocks plunge more than 5%


    • 23
      Selohesra says:

      What happened to that cheery fool who used to post everyday the FTSE fell a bit? I miss his updates


  11. 20
    Fatso watson watch says:

    What is going on with slime ball vaz, after being caught out and the plods being informed, so far nothing not a word


    • 25
      Huhne says:

      I’ve been advising him


    • 30
      Gonk II says:

      Little ex-Chief Whip Mitchell apparently lost over a stone in weight when he endured the recent fire storm. Somehow I don’t envisage that effect on Vaz.
      Probably the opposite, comfort gorging on Pappadums and doughnuts.


    • 34
      Rat's arse says:

      I’ve missed the Vaz thing. due to work/sleep/work/sleep!

      What’s the toad done this time?


  12. 21
    • 26
      Fatso watson watch says:

      In ref to globalsearch the article was correct in all ways, should be emailed to all members of the HoC and lords (if they can wake up)


  13. 24 says:

    Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless device


  14. 31
    Brown out and pay me damages says:

    Another week wasted!


  15. 32
    I don't need no doctor says:

    How much would labour reduce our EU contributions by, and what would they use the money for?
    Labour – we would reduce it by, err, well, err, what does the bandwagon say, err.
    Labour – we would use the unknown amount of money to create an unknown amount of jobs in the public sector. Watch out for our union sponsored bandwagon, not as thouigh we know what it is yet!
    Labour the party that stands for the hypocritical cynical vote.
    Labour, our policies are those of the conservative back benchers.
    Labour the party that cannot think for itself.


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