Sunday, January 26, 2014

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  • The Wolf of Wall Street’s jokes with the Chancellor in New York City
  • How Clegg ignored Cyril Smith sex abuse scandal
  • Dave’s favourite journalist Dan Hodges is writing a biography of a top Tory. Find out who!
  • Five Star Farage says “We can have a bit of fun, we can be a bit naughty” – with an Italian!
  • Tim Yeo u-turns on green wind power. Desperate to save his seat he now opposes windmills in his constituency!

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Sunday, January 19, 2014

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  • ]Miliband called him “a hero for our country”, so it’s awkward for Ed that Mo Farah has become a tax exile.
  • Cameron on Penny Mordaunt making a Splash
  • How Ed is using union to fix Austin Mitchell’s Grimsby seat for crony
  • Wannabe LibDem leader Tim Farron’s ever-growing entourage
  • Cam caught out in cringeworthy moment with England cricket team

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Sunday, January 12, 2014

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  • “Touchy Feely Time” for the Tories. Craig Oliver’s cunning plan.
  • Is Home Office Minister Norman Baker working on a Mark Duggan conspiracy theory?
  • Why Yvette Cooper – “the Rosa Klebb of the Labour Party” – is going to give Ed Miliband a sharp kick in the shin
  • Why Nadhim Zahawi is disloyal to Nick Boles
  • Is Nick Clegg following the script of the “The Politican’s Husband”?

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Sunday, December 22, 2013

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  • Hodge the Dodge’s missing Christmas million
  • What did Ed Miliband get Ed Balls for Christmas?
  • How the EU referendum bill being blocked by the Lords could end up costing Bercow his job
  • Turns out cigar-chomping socialist Gorgeous George Galloway isn’t so keen on spreading the wealth
  • What happened when Guido asked Ed Miliband for a selfie

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Sunday, December 8, 2013

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  • What John Bercow used to think about Nelson Mandela
  • Pressure mounts on Patten over BBC cover up of a cover up
  • Ed’s Hull hell
  • Dave’s dodgy curry
  • Balls out? Find out who Guido is tipping to replace him

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Sunday, December 1, 2013

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  • Repeating the same Patten again and again, cover-up of a cover-up over Savile
  • Leeds United FC boss David Haigh wants to win with the blues
  • Nigel Evans on Reverend Flowers
  • Farage’s backbone
  • The unpublished history of Keith Vaz
  • How Gavin Williamson, the PM’s PPS, helps Dave with his female-friendly cuddlier side
  • Tipsy SpAd’s awkward moment at the British Curry Awards

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Sunday, November 24, 2013

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  • Ben Fogle eying up a bid for City Hall
  • Labour big-wigs ban Tory spy
  • Robbie entertains UKIP financier
  • Ed Davey’s high-flying donor
  • Yeo firm goes bust, he still trousers £56,000 for one month’s work

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Sunday, November 10, 2013

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  • Theresa May’s terrorist gags
  • Tories get very, very close to hedge fund bosses
  • “Shaken” and “visibly upset” Adam Afriyie
  • Nissan’s EU-turn
  • Martin McGuinness’s brush with airport security

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Sunday, November 3, 2013

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  • Ed Davey claims more for his constituency rent than the mortgage should cost and gets his energy bills paid by taxpayer.
  • Taxpayers pay Davey’s office rent to a company of which his wife is a director.
  • Heave ho for Yeo? Constituency Tories considering de-selection.
  • How Harry Potter star could boost Seb Coe’s run for London mayor.
  • Huhne’s “comedy lesbian” Carina is studying to be a lawyer.
  • Former Tory agent to 3 ministers ousted as councillor now faces being expelled from party over fraud, Why did CCHQ allow cover-up?
  • The Catholic legislators unwisely plotting this week.

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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

You’re Either In Front of Guido…

The Telegraph, Mirror, Indy, et all finally played catch up this morning. So what did the fearless seekers of truth over at the Guardian make of yesterday’s latest nudge down the global rankings for press freedom? Poor Rusbridger pet James Ball, who is off to the States to be their new investigations editor after colleagues claim he was approached by another organisation then used that as promotion leverage, did not have a good day. Is this is the level of investigative journalism we can expect from the Guardian in the future?

He went on to claim it was a diary story at best. Perhaps he should be taking over from Hugh Muir instead.

Indeed it was snarky slow claps all round at Kings Place:

But then again if the story’s not handed to you on a plate by Edward Snowden or Julian Assange, why bother leaving the office? Come back Glenn Greenwald, all is forgiven.


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