Sunday, December 23, 2012

Read Guido’s Daily Star Column

In this week’s Guido column:

  • Daily_Star_SundayFind out why David Cameron told Guido that William Hague should be out in the cold.
  • Find out how union’s 143 year-old shindig has got itself an undeniable £1.4 million deficit.
  • Guido recalls the Christmas party where Ed Miliband was on fire – literally.
  • Austerity has hit Polly Toynbee and she has sold her Italian villa, no more anti-poverty paens penned from the poolside whilst sipping prosecco. What a lot she got – you’ll never guess how much. Unless you buy the Star…

All for just £1..

Quote of the Day

Margaret Thatcher on her mortality…

 “You mean simply by being alive I’m annoying the left? … Well I hope to annoy them for a long time to come!”


Seen Elsewhere

UKIP Fundraiser Was Jailed for Running Brothels | Times
Bercow Faces Probe Over Pass Mystery | Mirror
Harman Breaks Rules on Paying Staff | Express
Labour Whinge About Sandi Toksvig Joke | Mail
BBC Boss Search in Disarray | Times
Tory Membership Set to Outstrip Labour | Staggers
Three Cheers for the David Brents | Ed Conway
Small State Keynesians, Anti-Corporate Hayekians? | Chris Dillow
Ruffley Shows Why We Need a Proper Recall Bill Now | Alex Wickham
How is Miliband’s ‘New Politics’ Working Out? | Speccie
State Should Send More Poor Children Private | Sam Bowman


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Damian McBride writes in the epilogue to his memoir…

“At the time of writing, nine months from the election, I’ve concluded that Labour currently has no positive messages to communicate to anyone about why they should vote for the party, no policies which will persuade them, and is being run in a totally dysfunctional way.”



Rob Wilson says:

Without Predujice

Darling

What time will dinner be ready this evening?

Yours

Rob Wilson MP

In the interests of me I am placing a copy of this email in the public domain.


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