Sunday, April 6, 2014

Read Guido’s Column in the Sun on Sunday Online

Don’t miss out on all the latest gossip in Guido’s Sun on Sunday column:

  • The_Sun_6_4_2014Guido has first look at Jezza Browne’s new book. Nick Clegg might want a read…
  • Newsnight of the Long Knives: Paxo in fight to keep his job
  • Which greedy Labour MPs ain’t happy at Ed Miliband’s ban on second jobs?
  • Major changes at CCHQ ordered by Craig Oliver
  • Clegg’s new Porsche driving spinmeister has a history of playing fast and loose with the rules
  • Cam’s campaign director Lynton Crosby has plans for Farage
  • Does grandstanding TV star Margaret Hodge have an ulterior motive?

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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Press Awards Winners in Full

Young Journalist of the Year: Patrick Kingsley, The Guardian
Business and Finance Journalist of the Year: Sarah O’Connor, Financial Times
Political Journalist of the Year: Fraser Nelson, The Daily Telegraph
Foreign Reporter of the Year: Anthony Loyd, The Times
Science and Health Journalist of the Year: Sarah-Kate Templeton, The Sunday Times
Specialist Journalist of the Year: Chris Hughes, Daily Mirror
Sports Journalist of the Year: Martin Samuel, Daily Mail
Feature Writer of the Year – BROADSHEET: AA Gill, The Sunday Times
Feature Writer of the Year – POP: David Jones, Daily Mail
Interviewer of the Year – BROADSHEET: Janice Turner, The Times
Interviewer of the Year – POP: Jenny Johnston, Daily Mail
Columnist of the Year- BROADSHEET: Gillian Tett, Financial Times
Columnist of the Year – POP: Dominic Lawson, Daily Mail
Critic of the Year: Rowan Moore, The Observer
Showbiz Reporter of the Year: Dan Wootton, The Sun
Photographer of the Year: Roland Leon, Sunday Mirror
Sports Photographer of the Year: Darren Staples, Reuters
Cartoonist of the Year: Peter Brookes, The Times
Front Page of the Year: Boiling Point, Sunday People
Supplement of the Year: FT Weekend Magazine, Financial Times
The Digital Award: theguardian.com, The Guardian
Scoop of the Year: Crystal Meth Shame of Bank Chief – Nick Craven and Ross Slater, The Mail on Sunday
News Reporter of the Year: Rob Evans and Paul Lewis, The Guardian
Sports Team of the Year: The Times
News Team of the Year: The Mail on Sunday
Journalists’ Charity Award: Philippa Kennedy
The Cudlipp Award: Frontline London, London Evening Standard
Newspaper of the Year: The Guardian

Sunday, March 23, 2014

What is in Guido’s Sun Column Today?

Get all the latest gossip for just 70p down the newsagents. In this week’s column don’t miss out on:

  • Why has Tony Blair been sounding out top financiers in the City?
  • John Bercow is enjoying the services of a £383,000-a-year entourage. Find out how much he’s cost the taxpayer since 2010.
  • Which football club boss has been helping out a Tory MP?
  • Where is the next Labour selection stitch up?
  • Anne McIntosh’s fans have a kamikaze plan to help her keep her seat.
  • Funeral market forces would make Maggie smile
  • How the Chancellor’s parliamentary aide unwound after bingo poster-gate
  • Lord Ashcroft’s toast to Osborne

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Sunday, March 16, 2014

Read Guido’s Column in the Sun on Sunday Online

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  • Nigel’s wife Kirsten is “putting on the Ritz for him”
  • Dave meets Merkel, scores with “Flappy Bird”
  • No Costa living crisis for Labour’s Andy Sawford, who wants to ban free coffee from Waitrose yet expenses it for himself!
  • Former Tory Energy minister Charles Hendry cashes in extra £100,000 on the side despite conflicts of interest
  • Gorgeous George Galloway’s crazy Tony Benn conspiracy theory
  • Is Maria Miller looking for a good day to bury bad news?
  • Nadhim Zahawi’s latest energy bill…

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Sunday, March 9, 2014

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  • Guido has obtained the top secret Tory Party parliamentary candidates list and David Cameron’s women problem worsens: less than 1/3 of the names on the Tory candidates list are female.
  • UKIP’s plan for Jeremy Clarkson
  • What did David Cameron’s barrister brother do during Friday’s strike over legal aid cuts?
  • A new twist in the race to be EU commissioner
  • Why has Alastair Campbell been keeping so unusually quiet about Russia?
  • Gove for Foreign Secretary?

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Sunday, March 2, 2014

Read Guido’s Column in the Sun on Sunday Online

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  • Why George Osborne’s missus is not happy with her husband going on the 5:2 diet
  • Why did Harriet Harman stay silent for days when the PIE revelations came out?
  • Comedian Rufus Hound says we should pay our “fair share” of tax. That’s not what his accountants say.
  • Who in the Cabinet fancies themselves as the next Tory leader?
  • Why has Diane Abbott had some time off from parliament?
  • Keith Vaz reveals the truth about Red Len
  • Why was Tory MP Chris Heaton-Harris holding up the queue for the bus?

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Sunday, February 23, 2014

Read Guido’s Column in the Sun on Sunday Online

“It’s Friday, he’s 4ft5… it’s Crackerjack!” See Guido’s exclusive photo of a young John Bercow’s TV debut in the Sun todayStay tuned for the video online tomorrow.

Save yourself a trip to the newsagents and find out all the latest gossip by subscribing to Sun+ and reading Guido’s column online. Don’t miss out on:

  • Tories at War-si: “It’s a tale of dodgy and dodgier” says one Tory of Baroness Warsi and candidate Afzal Amin
  • England cricket hero Darren Gough in the running to be the Tory candidate in Cannock Chase
  • A royal row between Theresa May and Eric Pickles
  • Labour MP’s minimum wage hypocrisy
  • White Dee is on the radar of DWP
  • Why has Diane Abbott gone uncharacteristically quiet?
  • How UKIP will (nearly) literally be parking their tanks on Nick Clegg’s front lawn next year

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Sunday, February 16, 2014

Read Guido’s Column in the Sun on Sunday Online

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Save yourself a trip to the newsagents and find out all the latest gossip by subscribing to Sun+ and reading Guido’s column online. Don’t miss out on:

  • A rare display of public unity from Sally and John: exclusive photo
  • Nick calls Dave “Spineless”
  • Vain Chuka working out instead of working
  • Andy Burnham could be sleeping with the fishes at high speed
  • Tristram “I can’t believe he’s not a Tory” Hunt trousers extra £36k despite Shad Cab ban on outside earnings
  • The Tory motivational message making reflective HQ staff cringe
  • Theresa May’s £92,000 acting bill

Also Boris argues if you vote UKIP you’ll end up with Red Ed in today’s Sun on Sunday.

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Sunday, February 9, 2014

Read Guido’s Column in the Sun on Sunday Online

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  • We reveal the name of the flirty MP who told Myleene Klass to give him a call sometime
  • Time to stop ex-MPs prostituting their passes to parliament for lobbying purposes
  • Labour MP Jamie Reed charges services of a private physio to expenses. Doesn’t he value the NHS?
  • Find out why Tory grandee Sir Peter Tapsell offered £10,000 from his own pocket to CCHQ
  • Did Dave want Lords to pass the EU Referendum Bill? Is it better for Tories to be seen fighting for it rather than pass it?

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Sunday, February 2, 2014

Read Guido’s Column in The Sun on Sunday Online

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  • No Electoral Commission record of gobby Owen Jones’ promised donation of Lord Ashcroft prize money.
  • The Raabel MPs left the whips cursing.
  • The boss of a “community brewery” who appeared in Labour’s new PPB with Ed Miliband to blame the government over no bank loan has huge debts and a wound-up company.
  • Yet another “miscommunication” in a Lib Dem sex scandal.
  • After £11,750 painting, Diane Abbott expenses a £350 photo.

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UKIP No Flash In Pan | Matthew Goodwin
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Why Do Feminists Oppose Stay-at-Home Mothers? | Laura Perrins
Chris Cook’s “Excellent Journalism” | Iain Dale
The Deficit Hasn’t Gone Away | Tim Montgomerie
Doctors Against Burnham | Mail
Privatisation is Good for the NHS | John McTernan


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Knifed former civil service chief Bob Kerslake on his recent troubles:

“Many thks for kind wishes following back opn. Incision measured 16cm. A pretty big knife in the back! Photos on request.”



TJ says:

And i’ve noticed that 100% of Guido Fawkes staff are men. Looks like Guido has a woman problem. Or is it an hypocrisy problem?


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