December 6th, 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 how MediaGuido broke the news of Max Clifford’s arrest, and watch Ed Balls’ spectacular autumn statement meltdown. Make sure you sign up if you want to attend Guido’s Christmas drinks.

Join the conspiracy and become a subscriber to the Guidogram, free, to keep in the loop. You’re either in front of Guido, or behind…


54 Comments

  1. 1
    ding dong says:

    Cameron is a lefty twat

  2. 2
    Stuart Hall says:

    Hello little girl. Would you like to play It’s a Knobout?

    • 18
      Ellie-Mae (8) says:

      Are you going to play that Joker or are you just pleased to see me?

      • 24
        Mad Frankie Maude says:

        Stuart Hall has been charged with three counts of indecent assault.

        It would only have been two but the police played their joker.

  3. 4
    Max, Rebekah and Charlie and co says:

    I hope your Xmas party will be a charity gig Guido

    For all those old friends and contacts in prison or about to be locked up

    • 5
      Chief Constable of Oxonshire says:

      I need reinfircements please

      I am having to arrest gangs in the Chipping Norton area…

      Special constables, please call me urgently…

  4. 6
    Rolf says:

    Tie my ‘kangaroo’ down sport

  5. 7
    Pregant with climate change says:

    My waters are bursting…

  6. 8
    Operation Crossbow says:

    I see Cliffords lawyer is that bint from the Hacked Off lot. You couldn’t make it up!!!

    • 10
      Holy Moly says:

      She is the only person left to “represent” our Maxie

      Poor chap, could not have happened to a nicer chap…

      • 12
        Eric Bristow's left butt cheek says:

        In one night more people voted to keep seeing my sweaty arse crack in the Jungle than have signed the Mcann petition in a week.
        Hacked off,I bet they are.

      • 17
        Legal Eagle says:

        She is not a criminal defense lawyer – could Max be seeking a super injunction or something ?

  7. 11
    Editor of the Sun says:

    Where will we get all our copy from now that Max is going down…?

  8. 13
    Polly (you know the rest) says:

    I am off to the Opera this evening

  9. 14
    Nigel Garage, the Toff's Toff says:

    Guido, this is breaking stuff

    I am deep in discussion with Alex Salmond

    We have decided to create the SKIP Party

    Sounds dinky don’t you think?

    Split Kingdom Independence Party

    We will win the next election, together…

    • 29
      Anonymous says:

      the skip party….pitting the british establishment where it belongs.

    • 50
      Ground zero says:

      How about the WHIP party? Wales and Highlands Independence Party. Bound to get 60million English votes.

  10. 15
    polly crowned says:

    unchain the chandalier …

  11. 16
    Gordon Brown says:

    I am searching for the milkman’s horse

  12. 19
    Kate is fit and fine, nice to seeee says:

    Guidogram? What a pants name – why can’t you call it, say, my fantasy bullshiteogram, as Osbone yesterday in the H of cees, Guido?

  13. 20
    George Osboune's bullshite crap Statement says:

    Why don’t you call it bullshiteogram, like our supposed “betters”? Ey Guido?

  14. 22
    IMHO says:

    Quote of the day top right.
    A spin too far: “I’m proud to say I voted for Gordon Brown”, Didn’t know you were domiciled in Kirkcaldy Max, unless you are referring to his election as PM, which I understand nobody voted for.

  15. 25
    Operation Crossbow says:

    The BBC have gone VERY quiet over Stuart Hall, hardly got a mention on the BBC news this morning and Radio 5′s paper review last night failed to mention it once even though it was the main story on the tabloids.

    Can you imagine the ‘outrage’ from the BBC if all these people being arrested worked for a Murdoch paper? We’d never hear the end of it.

    The BBC are very carefully trying to bury this story, note the Pollard report into Newsnight has simply vanished. We were PROMISED it before the end of November and no one is asking where it is.

    The BBC will simply spin this out until Christmas and then pretend it never happened.

    • 27
      Hooded Claw says:

      Perhaps it should be kept alive with the NY Times ??? Muahahahahah….

      • 28
        George Osborne's bullshite crap Statement says:

        or itie and oz sites and on their telly – i can speak a bit of itie me – Isabella Bruini, perché hai lasciato la mia vita semplice, quando avevo bisogno di te?

        • 31
          George Osborne's bullshite crap Statement says:

          I’ve got more itie if anyone is interested – that my, AHEM!, italian friends tell me, in Wales/Cymru.

          • George Osborne's bullshite crap Statement says:

          • George Osborne's bullshite crap Statement says:

            Even though I told itie and french ladies, and gents, I am generally known as Huw in my country, they insisted always as a rule to call me Toma/Thomas, my surname, Very surprising and sweet it was for me, from their all.

            Might as well post some La France, francais, et pourquoi pas? Annelise, Bordeaux, Gironde, Houtin La Plage, O-O, : )

          • George Osborne's bullshite crap Statement says:

            For those ignorant, we in north western england, southern scotland, all of wales and some part of englands west midlands, and south west of england, somerset and down, are on the the wavelength of roman italians and the french, while the rest of you in that engurland are a LOAD OF NORTH OF THE RHINE KRAUTS! Ey Bourdica, what do you say, before they, the angles, pushed your family out?

            Norwich welsh, modern remembered,

          • George Osborne's bullshite crap Statement says:

            Same song in the old Norfolk language here, 500AD, in welsh,

          • Stir my old La Tene Alp pot says:

            Sorry for posting romano-brit stuff, from circa 450AD, but feel I must, since so many people are directionless, and don’t feel proud of their deep culture from then, hidden away, even if most have evolved to speak the english language. I think it will help all, time team Baldrick-style. He is a good fella Tone Robinson, top drawer, as that old long haired git Phil Harding would say, pint of fine ale in hand,

            Eve on herself,

            let me know for bookings – only a “slight” finders fee, agents….

          • Stir my old La Tene Alp pot says:

            Catrin O’Neil, same agents, etc.. Be proud of your hidden isle, brits,

          • Stir my old La Tene Alp pot says:

            Dusty on that french song, and why not?

        • 42
          Stir my old La Tene Alp pot says:

          Bugger it, might as well post a marvellous song for Derry – Londonderry(ach spit!), since they seem to behaving themselve these days Father/Vicar/Preacher(ach spit!) : ))), and for my daughter, who is quarter left footed Derry, and to Glory, her Grandmama from there,

    • 30
      Anonymous says:

      pollard is being presented as a chap from sky…
      which side is he on.

  16. 52
    Yvonne from The Colliers Arms Clydach says:

    So Cameron and his mates on Wednesday are saying times are hard and I have to pay more taxes .

    This morning I read they are now saying they have fucked up some daft train franchise big time and I have to pay a big bill !

    Well they better understand this ; they can stick their bleedin train set where the sun does not shine . I have no money to bail them.

    Just give everything to Branson for £1 and tell him to sort it out with his own money because he seems to have loads of the stuff .


Seen Elsewhere

Establishment Times Chums Appeasing Tory Europhiles | UKIP
Andrew Pierce v Owen Jones | MediaGuido
Last Person the Leave the EU Please Turn Out the Lights | Speccie
Porn Without Borders | The Local
Why Tax Cuts Pay for Themselves | Nick Wood
North Korean Heavies Target Ealing Hairdresser | Standard
Tax Cuts Make Us All Richer | Alex Brummer
Sex, Booze and Power Play | Sophy Ridge
Deferential Democracy is Dead | Douglas Carswell
Clegg’s Taxpayer Funded Strategist | Sun
Farage is Still a Politician | Times


new-advert
Guido-hot-button (1) Guido-hot-button (1)


Cathy Jamieson MP, Labour’s Shadow Treasury minister, commenting on Treasury analysis of the economic impact of tax changes…

“If the Treasury is looking at the economic impact of tax changes, then surely it should examine the impact of the rise in VAT and cuts to tax credits? George Osborne’s £12 billion VAT rise knocked confidence, helped to choke off the recovery and has cost families £1,350 over the last three years.”



orkneylad says:

What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


Tip off Guido
Web Guido's Archives

Subscribe me to:






RSS




AddThis Feed Button
Archive


Labels
Guido Reads