March 24th, 2013

Read Guido’s Column in The Sun Today

There are eleven Guido stories in today’s Sun column. You can find out:

  • How have the Have I Got News for You team been trying to convince Jacob Rees-Mogg to come on the show?
  • How did Chuka celebrate St Patrick’s Day?
  • Gordon finds a friend down under.
  • Speculation of another Tory-LibDem by-election battle is growing.
  • Chris Huhne’s SpAd wreaks revenge.
  • Watson tries to land a punch on Gove.
  • Why we could be seeing a lot more of Alastair Campbell’s wife.
  • Why has Nigel Farage told aides he is never to be left alone with one attractive activist?

All this and more in your 50p Sun.


75 Comments

  1. 1
    Oy Vey says:

    Sell out

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    • 6
      81lly Kebab says:

      I forgot about you changing and purchased the Star by mistake

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      • 11
        V1le, vicious Labour ruined my Country says:

        Welcome to the UK cesspit, toilet to the world. I’m feeling really enriched today in the celebrated multicultural shithouse.

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        • 16
          Residing in 96.96% white Merseyside says:

          Why don’t you try living in the Falklands Islands?

          You can still be as British as you like.

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          • V1le, vicious Labour ruined my Country says:

            No, this multicultural paradise is so wonderful according to the political class cockroaches that I have to stay and be enriched. It’s a shame I can’t go back in time and tell my soldier ancestors, who died in the wars, how wonderful our Country is now.

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        • 28
          Anonymous says:

          British, Russian, US and other soldiers went to war, against Nazi Germany, to save Britain from the likes of you and your racist remarks.

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          • V1le, vicious Labour ruined my Country says:

            Oh, so you are enjoying being enriched as well and I’m sure your close neighbours are from ethnic backgrounds and not sponging off the state.

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          • Anonymous says:

            With your vile and vicious remarks, were you ever to get in power, they would have died in vain. For what kind of nasty mean-mined and hateful place do the likes of you want our country to become?

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          • V1le, vicious Labour ruined my Country says:

            I just want my Country to be as it was, not the world’s toilet as you want it to be. I did not have a say in in changing my Country it was imposed on me by scum like you.

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          • Diversity’s the name, f-nick cleasning’s the game says:

            I know this may came as a complete shock to mass immigration enthusiasts, but I think you’ll find that most of the British soldiers in WWII were fighting to preserve Britain and British way of life – the very way of life you have been busying demolishing for 50 years.

            Don’t think many of them were fighting for ‘diversity’, ‘enrichment’ or for their descendants to become a minority in their own country.

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          • Mark Skid says:

            Filth like you have ruined my country. You and the rest of your marxist fellow travelers should be used as lampost ornaments.

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          • Anonymous says:

            CYNICAL
            After a long history multiculturalism, we have always found ways to live together – until hateful persons decided to play the race card. As for this being a “hell hole”, perhaps Germans should have win in 1940? Would not the likes of you be happy living in such a State?

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        • 55
          Anonymous says:

          You are showing your true colours – V1le, Vicious, Racist.

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          • CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

            Hooray! Anonymong is playing the “waycist” card because he’s losing the argument. Didn’t see that one coming (NOT!)

            Classic Alinsky tactic. Play the man not the argument. It’s people like anonymong that have made this country into the hell hole it’s become.

            A question for Anonymong. After fifty years of increasing immigration into this country, and the imposition of “multiculturalism” in our society, can you honestly say the current population have a common set of values and ambitions that hold a nation together- or is society fractured, being composed of special interest groups of various ethnicities all fighting to compete for supremacy and what they consider to be their share of the national pie?

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          • V1le, vicious Labour ruined my Country says:

            I think anonymong is probably a welfare addict that we’re all overtaxed to pay for.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Special interest groups, such as Bankers and Starbucks, all fighting to compete for supremacy and what they consider to be their share of the national pie. And trying to find ways to avoid tax.

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  2. 1
    X Star says:

    I s’pose the Sun is a Star.

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    • 8
      The Eric says:

      The Sun is to the Star as Eric is to the man.

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      • 15
        Residing in 96.96% white Merseyside says:

        Very few of us read the Sun up here.

        And looking at today’s headline glad I don’t.

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        • 33
          81lly Kebab says:

          Actually that is bollocks – have you send the circulation figures

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          • Catty Comment (Ms) says:

            I see your favourite ref made headlines the other day by declaring a runner out for impeding the flight of the ball being returned to the keeper. Bad show. Does he think batpersons have eyes in the back of their heads?

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  4. 4
    Eddie's Nightmare. The kiss of death from Abbott says:

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    • 14
      Tory Tim says:

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    • 37
      (I don't need no doctor) says:

      A bit like one of your farts Abbott.

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      • 57
        Zeitgeist in Strawberry Hill says:

        Car crash TV was watching Burnham in Westminster trying to say Labour as a government are sorry and yes him too for what happened in Stafford Hospital. And Huhne admitting his guilt. I don’t think Boris is right on many things but he was hardly crucified this holy week.

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  5. 5
    Dick Feelar says:

    50p???? I’d go on about how the cost of toilet paper is getting outrageous, but I just want to put the whole thing behind me.

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    • 7
      81lly Kebab says:

      That is really really funny

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      • 9
        Bulldog says:

        Funny? You need to get out more…though, maybe that’s not a good idea.

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        • 13
          Anonymous says:

          Toilet humour is big on here.

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          • Mayor of Lomdon says:

            Speaking of which….

            (_!_) a regular ass (__!__) a fat ass (!) a tight ass (_._) a flat ass

            (_^^_) a bubble ass (_*_) a sore ass (_!__) a lop-sided ass

            {_!_} a swishy ass (_o_) an ass that’s been around

            (_O_) an ass that’s been around even more (_x_) kiss my ass

            (_X_) leave my ass alone (_zzz_) a tired ass (_o^^o_) a wise ass

            (_E=3Dmc2_) a smart ass (_13_) an unlucky ass ( _7_) lucky ass

            (_$_) Money coming out of his ass (_?_) Dumb Ass

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          • Anonymous says:

            Then again, it was aimed at The Sun ‘newspaper’.

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          • Zeitgeist in Strawberry Hill says:

            Learn to speak social housing estate. Entertainment for all the (_Labour_) Party.

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  6. 12
    Marcus Brigstocke says:

    I found out my wife was a closet Tory and read the Daily Mail. What can I say?

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  7. 21
    Jane Birkin from Paris says:

    You cannot believe a word you read in the Press and Leveson is a complete load of old bollocks.

    I read in the press a few months ago about that little French unmarried father of four Catholic Socialist saying the worst of the Euro crisis was behind us.

    Well this morning I find myself sat on the balcony of my Cypriot holiday hotel not knowing what to believe .

    The British Government is now saying it is best to go round with loads of Euro Bank notes which in case they have not heard are now in pretty scarce supply.

    They are also saying I should be careful if I go out because there is a strong possibility I am going to be mugged .

    Thank you so much politicians everywhere.

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  8. 22
    Jaws says:

    “Chris Huhne’s SpAd wreaks revenge” – looks interesting.
    Is there a Blog on line where I can read this story?

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  9. 23
    Fox & Werritty Consultants says:

    We really think there should be a statement from the PMs office this afternoon .

    If there is no satisfactory resolution to the Cyprus question then how are we going to be able to institute any military intervention without an aircraft carrier ?

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  10. 39
    Wurzel says:

    It is obviously a contractual obligation at the Boys Bum Club.

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  11. 47
    Jimmy's Quiz Answers says:

    1. Offered to broadcast in dinner jackets and in black and white;
    2. Turned out for his local rugby team but stopped playing after an hour;
    3. Skippy the bush kangaroo;
    4. PM decides to resign and replace Gary Barlow on the X Factor;
    5. He’s taking points off his licence by reversing past speed cameras;
    6. Unfortunately he aimed for where the chin should be;
    7. Fiona is the newest member of the Guido team;
    8. He prefers threesomes.

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  12. 53
    damned impertinent questions says:

    He prefers threesomes.

    Who doesnt?

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  13. 61
    Lewis says:

    Someone moved my garage after I went out for a drive today. Got funny looks when I nipped home to change my boots. The car seemed a bit weird too. Strange times.

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  14. 64
    Wurzel Gummage says:

    Easy, we hacked your phones you perve!

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  15. 65
    Nigel Farage says:

    Does that mean you also know about the calls to the porn lines? Bugger!

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    • 66
      Simon Heffer says:

      It’s out now, Farage. Might as well come clean. Tissues at the ready. We can throw in a weekly column in ShiteMinds.

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  16. 67
    Peter Hitchens says:

    Another columnist?? Heffer you c_u-n-t. You promised me top billing! You arse!

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  17. 70
    he savant10.4 highway patrol says:

    BREAKING WIND — I MEAN NEWS :

    Doton Adebayou BBC Radio Five Dead presenter of the red eye night shift
    ” Up All Night ” to Reporter calling in from Central Africa at 4.21 today ;

    Doton :” So we re talking about the Central African Republic…..so whereabouts is that … Central; Africa I suppose ? ”

    Reporter ( with condescension oozing from her every verbal pore ) ” Well er yes I suppose you could safely say that Doton …. ”

    He certainly wasn t ” UP ” all night — at least not mentally …

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  18. 73
    Anonynonymouse says:

    We were (and are) lied to over the conditions and benefits of EU entry and membership.

    We were NEVER consulted over immigration and the changes to our country that this would bring e.g multiculturism and the resultant break up of a coherent British society.

    The Govt continues to deceive the electorate and mortgage the next generation by not having a balanced budget. etc etc.

    UKIP is right we need to see an end to professional politicians who have never worked in a major role outside the political system.

    The EU continues to be anti democratic. Cypriot MPs should consult their electorate and have a vote to accept or reject the EU settlement.

    If this results in leaving the Euro then German Banks should take the greatest haircut. After all Cypriot Banks were encouraged to be good Europeans and lend to Greece and other “needy” EU countries. This resulted in large haircuts for Cypriot Banks when those countries needed a bail out, German Banks appeared to be haircut exempt, and placed the Cypriot Banks in the position they are in now. There is also a degree of financial jealousy from the rest of the EU that Cyprus could steal business away as a so called tax haven and that they had the impudence to have lower business taxes than most of the EU.

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