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.

Sunday, October 27, 2013

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  • Justine Greening’s Halloween horror
  • Government of the SpAds by the SpAds and for the SpAds: LibDems break promise and double up on SpAds
  • Mandelson-backed pro-EU group admits “clumsy” attempt to break charity laws to campaign against UKIP
  • Gloria wasn’t first MP to pose topless before elected
  • Perks for prevs: is the nonces’ benefits bonus for the chop?

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Sunday, October 20, 2013

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Diane Abbott’s appearance on ITV gameshow The Chase saw her win a grand for her chosen charity of choice. What the cameras didn’t show you was that she took home another £5,000 for herself as an appearance fee.

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  • why Andrew Rosindell is the best man for the now vacant PM’s special representative to Gibraltar job
  • how Osborne and Boris were able to tweet from China, despite the Chinese government blocking Twitter
  • the Tory plan to get Jeremy Browne to defect, and why he is really sore about losing his job
  • what is it about Red Ed and the Boston Red Sox?
  • Dave’s leaving present to his outgoing press secretary Susie Squire
  • Nadine’s future son-in-law keeps her sweet

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Sunday, October 6, 2013

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  • On the day grieving families launched a national campaign in memory of Mid Staffs victims, Andy Burnham’s department bought 18 bottle of champagne
  • Bad Al Campbell is back
  • George Osborne’s latex interest, and the inspiration behind his new look revealed
  • Civil servants’ new holiday bonus
  • Snooty Emily Thornberry has another reason to look down her nose

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Sunday, September 29, 2013

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The PM reveals he is bringing forward Help to Buy in today’s Sun on Sunday. Save yourself a trip to the newsagents by subscribing to Sun+ and reading Guido’s column online. Find out:

  • Dave’s chief of staff used the Tory conference slogan “for hard working people” to mock a Downing Street handy-man
  • The pollster who told David Cameron that UKIP would be a flash in the pan is leaving Downing Street
  • The ministers Alastair Campbell briefed against when he was in Downing Street
  • Tory MP Matt Hancock’s expensive skills upgrade
  • Conference suit wars
  • Happy ending for Tory delegates in Manchester

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Sunday, September 22, 2013

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  • Why Labour’s new spinner Patrick Hennessy will know exactly what’s coming when Damian McBride’s book is released on Wednesday.
  • Tales from the Tory away day, including a special prize for the Sun on Sunday’s very own Louise Mensch.
  • An airborne reminder why Nigel Farage is right to be sceptical about the government’s immigration stats.
  • Things got very awkward for one two-faced LibDem as he took to the stage at their Glee Club karaoke booze up.
  • Why Labour Students will regret their choice of venue for Tuesday’s conference disco.

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Sunday, September 15, 2013

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This is the first week that Guido’s column has gone live online on a Sunday in the new look Sun. Subscribers get access to The Sun app on tablet, mobile and desktop as well as exclusive access to the new Sun+ Goals App. This week:

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  • Guido reveals hitherto unnamed government source who told The Times Ed Miliband is “a f**king c**t and a copper-bottomed s***”.
  • Vince Cable’s ill wind.
  • Harman and the bearded lady.
  • The Tory MP who employs his wife and girlfriend at our expense!
  • The Tory whips advice on dress sense with reference to Jacob Rees-Mogg, Nick Boles, Claire Perry & Esther McVey.
  • News of Nadine’s six-figure book deal.

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Sunday, September 8, 2013

Read Guido’s Column in The Sun Today

Guido’s column in the Sun on Sunday is back this week. Don’t miss out on Red Len’s plot to cripple Britain, plan to target industrial “choke points” and treat employers as “opponents”. In Guido’s column:

  • When Guido met the new Aussie PM Tony Abbott
  • Why missing the Syria vote was an expensive mistake for Tory MP Rory Stewart
  • Noel Gallagher on William Hague
  • The Who’s Roger Daltry on Boris
  • Tracey Emin on her decision to vote Tory in 2010
  • What George Osborne says about the economy in private
  • Why Margaret Hodge knows all about costly cancelled government projects
  • Who does Andy Burnham want to play him in the film of his life? You won’t believe the answer
  • Why ministers are missing the alternative Tory Renewal conference

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Seen Elsewhere

Boris: Prime Minister By Monday | James Ford
Tories Say Don’t Bribe the Scots | Times
Dave Can’t Stay if Scots Go | Laura Perrins
BBC Crew Attacked in Russia | BBC
English Parliament Would Rescue Cameron | Tim Montgomerie
Hodge Confesses to Second Bike Crash | Standard
Hodge Biker Smash | Telegraph
Hodge in Collision With Biker | Barking and Dagenham Post
What the Final Polls Tell Us | UK Polling Report
David Cameron’s Draft Resignation Letter | Speccie
Labour HQ to Be Demolished | Asa Bennett


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