April 24th, 2014

Jason Groves New Mail Deputy Pol Ed

Tim Shipman starts at the Sunday Times this week, presumably having kept a belter at the bottom of his sock drawer to kick off with.

That means a promotion for Jason Groves, who becomes the Daily Mail’s deputy political editor in his place.

Congratulations…


17 Comments

  1. 1
    Anonymous says:

    Wanker

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    • 7
      u toad up says:

      marrie. time
      kill time.
      the short straw, the wooden spoon, and the long nose,
      someone had to be hitla.
      alt hi.
      ascii or ebcdic.
      attitude no more . choice yes. so honey and almond?

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      • 10
        u toad up says:

        sell coke, buy guiness.
        but it is the end of griendliness too.
        time for the guinea?

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        • 12
          Trippin' says:

          Dude – I gotta get me some of what you’re on.

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        • 13
          u toad up says:

          time are tudorial.
          2 doors down on the left is punjabi kingdumdumdumdumdumdum tracey.
          2 door right is jamaica man. this cat is from the roundabout. across the road is the mirror image. delicate jasmine. escape henry. from the tudor court. embrace jasmine. or stay put.
          .
          time to put the snow out. the leopard is gone.?
          cheet.ah. when the ah goes, the cheat willc come ut.

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  2. 2
    BBC Director General says:

    We hate the Daily Mail for pointing out what a load of shite we are.

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    • 9
      Anonymous says:

      All lefties hate the Mail for printing inconvenient facts about the distopia that is the uk.

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  3. 3
    Bewildebeest says:

    But who gives a shit Guido ? What happened to ‘political intrigue, gossip’ etc ?

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  4. 5
    The Right Reverend Nigel Farage says:

    “Having kept a belter at the bottom of his sock drawer to kick off with”

    Let us consider what Guido meant by that phrase is this thread.

    God Bless you all.

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  5. 14
    Malice says:

    The Mail is in its decadent phase so good people are leaving it, while it picks up the dross left over from the Telegraph.

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  6. 15
    catesby says:

    It’s not just lefties and BBC types who have a problem with the Mail u kippers do as well as Mr Farage never gets any favorable coverage in there. If the Mail keeps hammering on about migrants why do they continue to support the useless Tories who are doing nothing about it?

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  7. 16
    grasmit says:

    I remember my first time working with The Times.The bag kept banging on the crossbar and it was dreadful when it rained.Hope Timbo does better than I did.

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  8. 17
    broderick crawford says:

    Er yes…I think the dearth of comment siince 1.49 pm on this thread says it all .

    Who he . Who cares . Move on .

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