February 19th, 2014

Boulton and Co?


88 Comments

  1. 1
    JH349849583249030 says:

    Bet it was him and Mad Al, ‘making up’.

    Anyway, ooops.

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  2. 2
    Ed Balls says:

    The A stands for Alastair

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  3. 3
    @NickRobinson says:

    No problem, darling xxx N

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  4. 4
    Glyn H says:

    Well he is married to Blair’s hotel booker and general gofer; presumably she has kept in touch with all those concierges and the like. Useful maid then, even if it did give him away as a socialist creep.

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  5. 5
    Speaker of truth says:

    Massive deal-man in text message to wife/twitter mix up.

    Getting desperate for that ad traffic guido?

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  6. 6
    Jimmy says:

    “Well Mrs Fawkes would kill Guido if that wasn’t for her…”

    Adam Boulton is shagging Mrs. Fawkes?

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    • 16
      JH349849583249030 says:

      Hi Jimmy,

      What do you think of Tony Blair’s involvement with the phone hacking trial? You know, considering your moniker used to link to the Blairite ‘Progress’ web page.

      Maybe you have an opinion you’d like to share, although it does pertain to the years 1997-2010 which I know you lot like to pretend were a national holiday during which everyone in the country was away camping in Cromer and nothing really happened.

      PS – amusingly, my browser spell checker corrects ‘Blairite’ to ‘Irritable’.

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      • 18
        White noise from Jimmy and Labour HQ says:

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        • 22
          Abbopotamus says:

          WHITE noise?

          As usual! WACISTS.

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        • 24
          M102 says:

          Jimmy’s just a typical socialist. He knows he is wrong but lies anyway because he is paid to do so.

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          • JH349849583249030 says:

            No, a typical socialist is completely incapable of realising they are wrong. The wires just are not joined up. For the socialist, anyone who disagrees – even when backed up by irrefutable evidence – is de-facto evil and that’s that.

            To give Jimmy credit, he is slightly atypical for a socialist in that there is a detectable sense of humour there.

            Hope for him yet.

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          • jgm2 says:

            Blair is on his own. The Labour hierarchy have done a reverse ferret on Iraq.

            Nothing to do with us. Tony misled us all. We’re just as much sinned against as everybody else. Time to move on (they remember that bit of Blairism, mind).

            It is, however, obviously bothering Blair because his crack team of paid apologists have already swung into action.

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          • FFS says:

            He’s a narcissist as many on the left are. He will be along later to comment on this particular thread becuase he gets excited at being the centre of attention.

            Narcissists are not so interested in the realities of left-wing politics, so much as the perceived self-aggrandisment of being associated with “progressive” politics. It’s the “Che Guevara” effect they are looking for.

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      • 38
        Jimmy says:

        They wanted the advice of someone smart and capable of keeping his head in a crisis. Who else were they going to call. Cameron?

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        • 44
          JH349849583249030 says:

          I think that is going to be put to the test, eh Jimmy.

          Even Teflon wears off after a while. Shows the tin underneath.

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        • 49
          FFS says:

          Not much point in talking to Cameron as he was the one that kicked off the Levenson inquisition. No, they wanted to talk to “their man on the inside” so they could find out what form that inquisition was going to take.

          Blair was happy to oblige with the inside info hot from his contacts within the coalition. I wonder what else he told them behind the scenes after he said his advice needed to be kept secret?

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        • 60
          jgm2 says:

          I assumed they asked Blair how to get away with it because O.J. Simpson was unavailable.

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        • 70
          Tim Yeo-yo says:

          The sort of tw@ish response if expect of a mongtard lefty.

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        • 75
          Ex Prime Minister says:

          And she never did settle my invoice.

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    • 32
      Cinna says:

      Care to comment on the story on the front page of today’s Daily Mail Jimmy?

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  7. 7
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Buzz Aldrin was the first man to poop in space.

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    • 11
      Blowing Whistles says:

      IMPOSTER. Do one rsole.

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    • 23
      Bill Quango MP says:

      He wasn’t . Alan Shepherd was the first to have a pee.
      His mission was only scheduled for an hour. But delays on countdown made him the first American to orbit the earth in wet pants.
      Jim Lovell of later apollo 13 fame, was first to do a number 2.
      A simple out the door dump until the invention of the space toilet by Howard Wollowitz.

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      • 39
        Ellie-Mae (9) says:

        So, Jim Lovell just stuck his arse out and let the er “vacuum of space” do the deed?

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      • 76
        Richard Whiteley says:

        Sorry I’m late.

        
        

        Now, a ‘P’, you said ?

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      • 79
        John Bellingham says:

        No. First American was Gordon Cooper on Gemini 5 in 1965. First Russian was Valery Bykovsky on Vostok 5 in 1963–proving that Socialism produces shit faster than decadent capitalists.

        @Bill. Read up on the rogue turds in Apollo 10.

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    • 84
      and who could blame him says:

      It was probably Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space.

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  8. 8
    Does this mean ....? says:

    Adam Boulting and Alistair Darling, the Scottish house-flipping MP are an item?

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  9. 9
    Ed Balls says:

    Well I’m stalking Dave in Somerset, so it’s not me.

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    • 37
      Cymro oddi ar y llinell says:

      Whisper… he’s in Pembrokeshire.

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      • 45
        Ed Bollox says:

        Oh really? Well, that’s 90 odd miles as the crow flies, so going round the road route, across the sixty bridge or whatever, then that’s 90 plus of 50 so that makes er 22 miles…so not far.

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    Blowing Whistles says:

    Behind many an AEEU cover up was – Michael Dugher … who then transferred on and on to become the second spad of Hoon’s at the MOD …

    What goes around is coming around faster than you can type murder.

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    Tony, your friend says:

    Well Adam,
    If a domestic does ensue, my advice is this:

    Keep strong and definitely sleeping pills.

    It will pass. Tough up

    I’ll sending more notes later.

    That will be £4000000000000 paid into my Swiss account,

    Remember, Anji was on my staff one time. By staff I mean payroll of course, not ‘staff’ as in flagstaff. Ooooh, I am a one, me.

    Kerching

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  12. 14
    The Sun says:

    How many times do you have to be told you idiot.

    Drível such as this should be marked for our attention for consideration as the leader.

    You are now starting to damage our brand (sorry cant help laughing while typing this)

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  13. 15
    Mrs. Dromey says:

    You keep your hands off my husband, Boulton! I don’t you to catch anything.

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  14. 17
    Why so Coy? says:

    Not a peep from Guido yet on the Miranda judgement?

    Beaten all ends up by LMensch, and she’s only a part-time journo on a different continent.

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    • 20
      Casual Observer 7 says:

      The judge did essentially rule that investigative journalism can be like terrorism.

      Bigger wheels need to get moving on that one.

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    • 28
      Miranda Hart says:

      I walk into BBC comedy and slip over into a swivel chair and I as I spin round my skirt rises up shows my knickers.

      BBC commissioning department laughed so much they signed me up for a 20 year contract at £1 million a year.

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    U turn if U want but.....Rupe always wins says:

    I am having a fun day, Liebour peedos, tony caught another rolling pin from Slottie and that fat bastard from my Sky also in line for the same.

    Roll,on tomorrow.

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    • 53
      C.O.Jones says:

      Yes, as well the thicko lefties have been rather quiet today. I suppose it is difficult to try and defend the indefensible.

      I reckon that email is the first of many, I do recall that the godfather made all internet service providers store all emails for 3 years. He can take his own medicine now.

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    • 55
      bloody modbot strikes again says:

      You forgot…Socialist Venezuela in even deeper shit…Foghorn caught out over her jobs guarantee, new figures confirm the ‘costht of living cwithith’ started under Brown, unemployment down.

      You can read all about these stories on the BBC website (perhaps not).

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    • 85
      Arabella Yentob says:

      you don’t see that kinda shiite on the bbc

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  16. 50
    Mullah Lite says:

    Why are people demonstrating outside Westminster about Kiev?
    If you want to make a difference to Kiev then go to Kiev , you mongs

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  17. 64
    Andrew Marr says:

    But for the grace of God there go I.

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  18. 67
    Western Democracy? says:

    Unelected EU president declares war on elected Ukraine president. How come?

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  19. 78
    Mrs Forks says:

    Why would I kill you if Boulton’s message wasn’t for me?

    PS The fridge is empty again, you greedy fucker

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    a great time to be a Tory says:

    Seems that our Adam needs the services of a good lawyer and pretty quick too.

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  21. 81
    HenryV says:

    Context is everything. The trouble sometimes here is that the good Mr Fawkes thinks we all follow Westminster Village like it was a soap.

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The lefties are attacking because the panellist is a millionaire and lives in a London home worth upwards of two million. Someone had best tell them he’s called Ed Miliband.


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