Mandy Faces EU Probe – News of the Screws
Mandelson Oligarch Oleg Deripaska Linked to Mafia Boss – Sunday Times
Lord Mandelson and Oleg Deripaska, the Billionaire at Bay – Sunday Times
Mandelson’s Last Act in Brussels Boosted Russian Oligarch – Indy on Sunday
Pressure Mounts on Mandelson to Come Clean – Sunday Telegraph
Oligarch Flew Mandelson into Moscow for Dinner – Mail on Sunday
“Osborne and Rothschild’s Drug Crazed Sex Parties” – News of the Screws
Mittal even managed to get Blair to do PR for his company as part of the deal…
Labour’s attack is being marshalled by a re-invigorated spin and smear operation and nobody should under-estimate the powers of the returning Dark Lord. The Tories now have a real fight on their hands, the playing fields of Eton and St Paul’s clearly have not equipped them to deal with Mandelson. This is going to be a long dirty fight.
“Be very careful what these numbers mean. [There are] 3,000 journalists in the BBC alone – that’s just one institution,” said O’Donnell, “You could easily turn the statistics round and ask ‘why has it gone up so little’.” Well he could ask that, but taxpayers would ask the opposite.
Guido has in four years only twice been contacted by a government spin merchant unprompted.
Most of the Conservatives I have spoken to have said that Osborne should leave by the weekend. What do you think?’
Nothing leading in that line of questioning at all.
UPDATE : The manufactured headline as required Tory grassroots: ‘George Osborne should resign’.
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Zac Goldsmith: “The hon. Gentleman might like to know that today’s Guido Fawkes quote of the day is the one on drug laws that we have heard cited by a number of hon. Members.”
Mike Hancock: “I am delighted to hear that Guido Fawkes is talking about something other than me.”