This week’s Guy News exclusively reveals who is to be the new chairman of the Lobby.
Guido sent Emily Nomates undercover in a Burqa to see UKIP leader Lord Pearson. No really, he thought he was being interviewed by Al Ja Guido. Tory Bear went to Brent to doorstep Sarah Teather at her rent-free (to the LibDems) constituency office paid for out of expenses.
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Watch out for the weather girl…
Happy New Year…
For those of you who don’t get the Guidogram every week, here Guy News gives you the top ten video moments of our year.
As is traditional at this time of year they are of course repeats…
Gordon forced out of the closet by Al Gore…
UPDATE : As a co-conspirator points out, why do they both go into the closet with their jackets buttoned up and come out with them undone?
Today’s conference speakers include Gordon Brown, the Venezuelan tyrant Hugo Chavez; and Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe. None of whom were elected head of government in open, free and fair elections.
Birmingham Council Should Cut Waste Not Services | ConHome
Mandela Sign Language Interpreter “Fake” | The Age
Selfie-Gate: Cameron and Obama are Idiots | Iain Martin
Dave on Team Nigella | Speccie
Ketamine ‘Should Be Class B Drug’ | Sky News
No Selfie Respect | Sun
Tories Ahead on Economy, Behind on Brand | Stephan Shakespeare
All Change at TPA | Speccie
Babar Ahmad Admits Terror Charges | BBC
IDS V Maude Tension Boils Over | Times
Guardian Begins Annual Ruining of Christmas | Daily Mash
The Belgravia Gallery reports:
“Having been asked by Nelson Mandela’s art publisher to represent his work,drawings mainly of Robben Island, we had the privilege of spending a morning with Mandela when he was signing the lithographs at his home in Johannesburg in December 2002. He delighted us with stories about a number of well known British personalities over the years when he was president. Perhaps the most surprising was his description of Margaret Thatcher as “Motherly” and he remembered how she had poured him tea and they had discussed various ailments and how after he returned home, she had sent him herbal remedies.”