Mark Oaten has been consorting with male prostitutes that he has met over the internet. What does he say now?
1. Cut Taxes.
2. Shrink the State.
Then The Sun will shine on Cameron.
But the LibDem shop is selling “I want a Hughes One” t-shirts in girls and boys designs. A strangely ambiguous play on words…
Is he gay? “The answer is no, as it happens, but if it was the case, which it isn’t, I hope that it would not be an issue.”
We posted the feedback responses over at GuidoandtheMonkey.Com Thursday and Friday. Popbitch (the home of webmongs, gayers and unemployed freelance journos) referred to the libellous nature of the podcast. Anyway it was in the public domain Thursday, “bloggers are making jokes about it”, and coincidentally the News of the Screws swoops…
Our feedback was very useful and posted on the new blog, here is a selection of some of the prescient feedback.
almost certainly libellous
i assume you have a lawyer who checks it?
The concept is great, it should be a huge success, and Mark Oaten’ll sue you to hell and back.
I look forward to the next cast with a savaging of Oaten for burying his departure on the day of the sex offenders statement
I don’t mind the odd swear word, think you might have gone a bit too far with Mark Oaten
I can’t believe what a hard time you were giving oaten!
Oaten stuff is funny.
Maybe Oaten should not have broken the hypocrisy rule.
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Andrew Pierce on Ed Balls…
“Porky Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls sweet-talked guests at a fund-raising dinner by saying if he wasn’t a politician, he would be a chef. That’s not surprising, since he was accused of cooking the Treasury books when he was Gordon Brown’s boot boy.”
Bloody foreigners, coming over here taking all our twitter followers