March 19th, 2014

Betting Suspended on Sky News Pol Ed

Paddy Power and Ladbrokes have suspended betting on the next Sky News political editor. It makes sense that if it is an internal hire we will hear imminently. Though the complexity of an external appointment may delay the news a little longer…

UPDATE: Who wouldn’t want the glamour of the job?


25 Comments

  1. 1
    Owen Jones says:

    I’M FREE !!!!!!

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  2. 2
    Last of his kind says:

    he doesn’t even know what year it is.

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    • 7
      The most amusing claim ever says:

      Nope he’s right technically as any budget tax proposals will be effective from 6 April 2015

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  3. 3
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    WHERE’S JAW JOZBOURNE’S PLAN B ?

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  4. 4
    Dirk Diggler says:

    What a large dick head.

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  5. 5
    rick says:

    Heart attack territory.

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  6. 8
    tigerowl says:

    This is about as exciting as it gets then? Boring. Who worries about Sky television anyway? Its overpriced rubbish that without he football would not survive. Channel Four news far better.

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  7. 10
    Anonymous says:

    Jon Craig every day of the week for me

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  8. 11
    Oh for gawds sake... says:

    Trust me Adam, Osborne & co. not posing is the least of your worries with that picture…

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  9. 12
    Col. Nut says:

    Why is he running away from the bloke waving a red bag at him?

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  10. 13
    Village Idiot says:

    ….Looks like a Darwinian progression,with Boulton the end result!….Ah well,back to the drawing board!!!!!!!!!!!

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  11. 14
    Taxfodder says:

    Sky News = Political sycophants

    Painful to watch hard to believe peppered with mind numbing commercials and political dimwits long on politically correct opinions, short on hard hitting factual content.

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  12. 16
    David Cummerbund says:

    This budget I have decided to try being a Tory. Radical i know, but its worth a go. So I have instructed Oiky Osbo to

    1. Raise the 45% tax band to £172,000
    2. Introduce a 30% tax band at £38,000 – £171,999
    3. Freeze the BBC licence fee for 5 years followed by privatisation.
    4. End all non trauma related cosmetic surgery on the NHS
    5. Capping household benefits at £20,000
    6. Scrapping the zero and £30 vehicle tax rates as they are silly and starting the bands at £65

    This still leaves a shortage of £4bn to budget so i propose scrapping every fake charity, government lobbying itself and capping Quango payment salaries at £14,000, that members of the public will be invited to sit upon.

    Still £2bn short I propose we immediately grant Scotland independence, with any Scot granted automatic right of settlement in the remainder of the UK if they so wish.

    That leaves a £15bn surplus for each year which will be used solely to pay off our existing debt until that debt is removed.
    I will enshrine in law legislation today that ensures this or any future government is required to hold a referendum on our membership of the European union within 1 year of the 2015 election. Failure to do so will automatically cause another election.

    That is enough for today .

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  13. 18
    Beanz meanz... says:

    Wouldn’t want to be downwind when he lets that one rip.

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  14. 20
    Ocious P. Potter Impression says:

    Return of the Borrowers

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  15. 21
    i wonder says:

    Will it be like the recent Newshite appointment-
    an editor with no journalistic training or knowledge
    of the subject?

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  16. 22
    Anonymous says:

    “selfie”? More like a Huntie!

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  17. 23
    Nemesis says:

    The fat fucker looks as if he’ll explode. Somebody pushing a bicycle pump up his rear?

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  18. 24
    RichUpNorth says:

    Is that Boultons cum face?

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