June 19th, 2014

Daily Mail Offer Cummings £5,000 For Gove Tell-All

Guido understands that Andrew Pierce has let it be known that the Mail is offering Dominic Cummings £5,000 for a tell-all op-ed for the Saturday paper.

They want 2,000 words from Gove’s former SpAd, who the PM last night attacked as a “career psychopath”.

Could the Daily Mail be attempting to make mischief at the expense of their leading columnist’s husband?


  1. 1
    Ed Miliband says:

    If I could moonwalk out of every room, I would.

  2. 2
    Mitch says:

    Gove is a nobhead. Where’s my £5k?

  3. 3
    Tony Blair says:

    I love missiles.

  4. 4
    Tony Blair says:

    Strike me down and I will become more powerful than you can possibly imagine.

  5. 5

  6. 6
    Nigel Farage says:

    Family steal bolts from working train track: the thieves r organised Roma gangs who care 4nothing but own wealth.


  7. 7
    Tony Blair says:

    If you strike me down I will become more powerful than you can possibly imagine.

  8. 8
    Aardvark says:

    this blog is shit since Guido stopped supporting the rag heads who behead Christians.

  9. 9
    Michael Gove says:

    As everyone knows, immigration benefits everyone in Britain.

  10. 10
    The Vicar of Albion says:

    That’s racist Farage. You can’t say that.

  11. 11
    Granny says:

    five grand says our Wayne nuts Suarez

  12. 12
    Meet the Fockers in No10 says:

    Once you tell tails about how useless us Fockers are then you exclude yourself from the circle of trust.

  13. 13
    Allan, you at t'bar says:

    Let’s give it a whirl. we’ll send a few radicalised nutters from the religion of peace from ISIL ( or whatever it’s calling itself ) muzzies from the religion of peace to strike you down and then you demonstrate how you’ve become even more powerful. Deal ?

  14. 14
    England is becumin a ferd world cess-pit innit says:

    I couldn’t give two dog shits for whoever this cu’nt is

    However the news from the front is ok:
    An attack by Kurdish rats/opium smugglers into western Tal Afar has failed, and the heroes of ISIL now control most of the airport which they have renamed Al-Farouq airport
    Filth loyal to Al-Maliki are still holding out at the military camp outside Tal Afar however.

    The town of Muatasem has fallen to the Mujahideen in Diyala province, and a very clever operation along the Ramadi to Al-Fallujah motorway has begun.
    This limits the option Maliki’s rats have for withdrawal if they want to take their heavy equipment.
    A trained military mind is clearly directing the operations in Ninewah/Diyala and Al-Anbar provinces.

  15. 15
    Ed Balls running for Labour Leader says:

    Why else would Bollock Ed want people to read weird Ed’s latest speech?

  16. 16
    teflon dave says:

    or you pour bleach in your japseye for a more interesting experience

  17. 17
    Ed Miliband...#Fail says:

    Gordon tried the same with regular re-launches, it got so frequent that you could plot the phases of the moon by them.

    Perhaps this time they will pick someone with balls to knife Ed rather than a boy like David Miliband who bottled the Brown assassination.

  18. 18
    Attacks on my culture religion and heritage don't seem to matter says:

    People stripping out the infrastructure of a nation to sell for pennies is why most of Africa looks the way it does.
    You get to a point where you can longer afford to replace the nicked stuff and everything just falls apart.
    Currently we know who are the worst culprits in this country for doing that.
    You know? the one’s who focus on Protestant churches and ‘Brit’ soldiers war memorials.
    Those really nice folk in Caravans.

  19. 19
    albacore says:

    Psychopaths in Parliament, like Hannibal Lecter?
    How could anyone raise such a fanciful spectre?
    Jack the Ripper and Vlad the Slayer right at their height
    Couldn’t match the madness of any LibLabCon shite

  20. 20
    There's an awful lot of coffee in Brazil says:

    You reckon he might join in with the game this time?

  21. 21
    Will says:

    Posting on comment is free is more censored than Pravda. The best articles are the ones where comment gets pulled in an hour or closed for comments overnight and does not reopen again.

    I see that no article apologising to the president of the oxford lambasting him and trying to destroy any future career because he is a Tory from a few unnamed feminists.

  22. 22
    Socialism is theft says:

    He will probably miss and headbutt the ref.

  23. 23
    Fishy says:

    The Daily mail’s editor was / is one of Gordon Brown’s best buddies. As we learned from Leveson, breakfast with Gordon etc etc.

    This week an attack on the NHS, they’ve being going for Teresa May on the passport office non crisis, and have been having a go at Cameron.

    As the election approaches the Mail’s tactics become clear.

  24. 24
    Gaylord Flaydermouse says:

    How about you place this circle of piano wire around your neck trustingly?

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    Spartacus says:

    looks like he could do with a good meal inside him

  27. 27
    P Dough says:

    Looks like he enjoys the company of small children.

  28. 28
    Stephen Sutton MBE raises £4.27 million says:

    Politicians eat your hearts out….

    Stephen Sutton MBE, aged 19, who sadly died of cancer last month, has now raised £4.27 million plus £500K gift aid for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

    Check it out on Stephen’s Just Giving page

    … and please donate a few pounds!

  29. 29

    Bet plenty of these editors pay young men £5000 for their all ;)

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