April 25th, 2013

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 happy holidays for our MPs as parliament prorogues today.

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11 Comments

  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    Never miss it!

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  2. 3
    The savant 10.4 highway patrol says:

    what ???

    IT PROROGUES !!!!???

    THEY VE JUST COME BACK FROMNESSTER HOLIDAYS.

    AND THEY SAY BRUSSELS IS A GRAVY TRAIN

    THIS ONE IS DEFINITIVELY LACED WITH VICHYSOISE !!!

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  3. 4

    How a big cat roamed Britain a century ago:

    http://bit.ly/10BY5FD

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  4. 5
    Another week wasted arsing around timewasting sponging socialist dogshit in Edinburgh. says:

    Well at least the economy is looking slightly better. Happy New Year!

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  5. 7
    GG pulling Ed Miliband's strings. says:

    Me andth my chums inth the unionsth will do everything we can to sthabotage the economic recoverthy. So think on!

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      George Gallowsway says:

      Your Excellency, Mr President: I greet you, in the name of the many thousands of people in Britain who stood against the tide and opposed the war and aggression against Iraq and continue to oppose the war by economic means, which is aimed to strangle the life out of the great people of Iraq. I greet you, too, in the name of the Palestinian people, amongst whom I’ve just spent two weeks in the occupied Palestinian territories. I can honestly tell you that there was not a single person to whom I told I was coming to Iraq and hoping to meet with yourself who did not wish me to convey their heartfelt, fraternal greetings and support. And this was true, especially at the base in the refugee camps of Jabaliyah and Beach Camp in Gaza, in the Balatah refugee camp in Nablus and on the streets of the towns and villages in the occupied lands.

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    • 10
      CarryHole is a Dismal Hunt says:

      Go on strike please!

      The thing you could do to most ruin the economy is continue to meddle AKA “regulate” other people’s business.

      Plus whilst on strike the taxpayers aren’t funding your disguised unemployment benefits.

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  6. 8
    ... says:

    Is a Guidogram approved by weights & measures as a unit of weight for charlie?

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The Economist asks Tony Blair about Wendi Deng:

“Mr Blair roundly denies any impropriety. Asked whether he was (at least) careless about his reputation, he says calmly that it is “not something I will ever talk about—I haven’t and I won’t”, and then bangs his coffee cup so loudly into its saucer that it spills and everyone in the room jumps. But did he find himself in a tangle over his friendship with Ms Deng? A large, dark pool of sweat has suddenly appeared under his armpit, spreading across an expensive blue shirt. Even Mr Blair’s close friends acknowledge that the saga damaged him—not least financially, since Mr Murdoch stopped contributing to Mr Blair’s faith foundation and cut him off from other friendly donors in America.”


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