Monday, December 10, 2012

WATCH: Question Time Explained

WATCH: Harman Threatens Guido “In the Neck”

Friday, December 7, 2012

WATCH: Max Clifford Interviewed as He Leaves Home

Thursday, December 6, 2012

WATCH: Mr Burns Explains the Fiscal Cliff

Friday, November 30, 2012

WATCH: “What Are You Going to Do About Guido Fawkes?”

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Guidorama Investigation: Guardian Offices Owned Offshore

Day two of the Guardian’s ongoing Offshore Secrets investigation focused on “who is buying up London: the real identities behind Britain’s secret property deals”. Apparently some 100,000 tax avoiders have been purchasing British properties and offices using offshore companies, hiding their dealings in the UK and reducing their bill to the exchequer. Wouldn’t it be ironic if the Guardian’s very own offices were owned by an offshore company? Surely not…

Guido can reveal that 90 King’s Place, the Guardian’s offices in central London, is owned by a tax exempt offshore investment trust managed from Germany:


If and when the trust’s owners ever decide to sell the property, bought for £234 million and now worth considerably more, the owners could sell the trust offshore rather than the property itself and avoid all UK taxes. The trust itself is exempt from corporation tax in Germany. The Treasury will be denied millions of pounds.

It is incredible that the Guardian is paying millions to an offshore trust which is structured in such a way that it pays no corporation tax anywhere in the world. Guidorama tried to contact James Ball, the Guardian investigations journalist at the forefront of the Offshore Secrets series, he said he was too ill to speak to us, the Guardian Media Group’s press office claims that all the press officers are abroad. Caught on camera Patrick Wintour, the paper’s political editor, pleaded ignorance.

The hypocrisy of the Guardian moralising about tax-avoiding offshore owned properties when it is actually based in one is priceless …

Friday, November 23, 2012

WATCH: Naked Whitehall Statue Man

Quiet Man Turns Up Volume

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

WATCH: Guido App Tutorial

WATCH: Nadine’s Bug Burial

An adamant Nads insisted she could handle being trapped in a coffin with 3,000 cockroaches and 5,000 crickets before her bug burial last night, telling viewers: “I’ve got to deliver. Got to win. Nothing’s going to stop me doing it“. Much to Guido’s disappointment she lasted for only four of the ten minutes required to win the challenge. All those people voted for her and then she left half way through…

Nadine has a chance to redeem herself this evening as she prepares to dine on something unpleasant. At least she’s winning the popular vote…

Video via ITV.

Seen Elsewhere

Even Ed’s Friends Call Him ‘Bad Luck Magnet’ | Mail
BBC: It Was Guido Wot Won It | MediaGuido
Nick Robinson’s Britain First Selfie | Metro
Dyson: Leave German Dominated EU, Join EFTA |
How UKIP Won Rochester | Seb Payne
Labour’s Islington Problem | Harry Phibbs
Ed Lost More Than a By-Election | Labour Uncut
Labour the Biggest Losers in Rochester | Speccie
Thornberry a Gift to Farage | Nick Wood
Is Left Finally Turning Against EU? | Dan Hannan
Labour Votes Going Green | Guardian


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Ralph Miliband on the English…

“The Englishman is a rabid nationalist. They are perhaps the most nationalist people in the world.”



Left on Left says:

The lefties are attacking because the panellist is a millionaire and lives in a London home worth upwards of two million. Someone had best tell them he’s called Ed Miliband.


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