Read Guido’s Sun on Sunday Column Online

Do you know Andy Burnham? Read the man who could be the next Labour leader in his own words in Guido’s Sun on Sunday column: a “socialist” who backs Russell Brand while wearing Paul Smith suits. Guido’s column is free to read online, not behind a paywall, over on SunNation. Don’t miss out on:

BENNETT

  • “Nutty Natalie” makes it to parliament

BBC

  • New Tory/BBC row: fury after Radio 1 presenter fails to pay up on £1,000 bet with Dave
  • It’s the endorsement no one wanted. Who is pervy peer Lord Rennard backing for the LibDem leadership?
  • Maggie Back in Business: Sajid Javid asks visitors “What’s different about this office since you were last in here?”

Read today’s column for free, here

Read Guido’s Sun on Sunday Column Online

BLACK

Guido’s Sun on Sunday column is free to read this morning, not behind a paywall, over on SunNation. Change is coming to Westminster’s watering holes as the SNP take over, as 20 year old Mhairi Black celebrates her win with a snakebite.

RAHEEM

  • The story of how UKIP’s Raheem Kassam lost a bet and had to change his name by deed poll

EDSTONE

  • How UKIP very nearly had their own #EdStone moment during the election campaign

BURNHAM

  • Andy Burnham is already distancing himself from Ed Miliband… on bacon sandwiches
  • “No. Simple answer. Not at all. I have no such ambition” – Tim Farron on being LibDem leader. Another broken promise!
  • Dave’s new hands on approach to party management: “He’s stopping people in corridors, doing high fives, giving hugs”
  • Chief Whip Mark Harper is clearly enjoying his new job, but is the power going to his head?
  • De Bois is Back in Town: ousted Tory MP set to launch bid for London mayor

Read today’s column for free, here

Kevin Schofield New PoliticsHome Editor

Welcome to the internet to the Sun’s chief political correspondent, Kevin Schofield, who is taking over from Paul Waugh at PoliticsHome:

From “politics without the boring bits” at SunNation, to the boring bits at PoliticsHome…

Read Guido’s Sun on Sunday Column Online

CHUKA

Guido’s Sun on Sunday column is free to read this morning, not behind a paywall, over on SunNation. Find out what’s really happening with Chuka, as allies urge him to ‘do a Boris’. And don’t miss out on:

EDS

  • “Sacked in the morning, you’re getting sacked in the morning” Inside the Tory celebrations

PRITI

  • The PM reshuffles his team tomorrow: one to watch is Priti Patel

EVANS

  • Suzanne Evans speaks to Guido about whether she wants to be the Sturgeon of the South
  • Why Thursday night wasn’t the first time Craig Mackinlay closed down Farage’s future
  • UKIP set for noisy campaign to address politing weightings in the second chamber. Arise, Lord Farage?
  • LibDems’ waste of Clegg-work
  • Happy Europe Day for David Cameron’s new Conservative majority government

Read today’s column for free, here

Your Boys Took One Helluva Beating….

LOL!

Media Standards Trust Research Finds Mirror Most Partisan Newspaper

mirror-biased

The Guardian supported Media Standards Trust has released research which is remarkable. The twitterati left have been making an issue of the treatment of Ed Miliband, the reporting of his nose picking and inability to eat a bacon sandwich or exit a TV stage without tripping up particularly vexes lefties who want reporting to be about boring issues rather than character. They have been particularly bilious about The Sun’s partisanship… 

The Mirror’s partisanship has gone unremarked in the broadsheets, the way it caricatures Tories as wicked toffs intent on closing down the NHS and grinding the poor into the workhouses is reportage from a surreal alternative reality. For the left the Sun’s journalism is partisan rubbish whereas the Mirror’s journalism is “campaigning”.

The above graphic is based on 7,000 articles analysed by the Media Standards Trust’s Election Unspun project. It found that the most partisan paper was The Mirror, which was more positive about Labour than The Sun was about the Tories and conversely The Mirror was more negative about the Tories than The Sun was about the Labour party. In short, The Mirror was the most partisan paper of all… 

Read Guido’s Sun on Sunday Column Online

Well, this will be interesting on Friday morning. On election night in 2010, one Ed Miliband said that the “constitutional position is clear” and “very simple”: in the event of a hung parliament “the Prime Minister gets to have the first crack”. Fast forward five years and that means the now Labour leader has conceded that David Cameron gets the first go at forming a majority.

Don’t miss out on Guido’s bumper pre-polling day column, free to read and not behind a paywall over on SunNation:

  • Emily Thornberry’s latest slap in the face of voters, just days before polling day

EXPENSES

  • When you vote on Thursday, beware the ghosts of expenses past
  • Ed Miliband is “terrible with kids”
  • Francis Maude strikes up an unlikely friendship with Katie Price
  • Chuka gets hands-on with a constituent
  • Miliband’s advice to hard-up customers facing big energy bills

Read today’s column for free, here

Alex Salmond Does Yoda

Annoying, he is…

The Sun Opposes Labour

And the Scottish Sun endorses the SNP:

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Read Guido’s Sun on Sunday Column Online

GAME

Find out why Game of Thrones was the cause of some unparliamentary language between the PM and one top Tory in today’s Sun on Sunday column, available to read for free, with no paywall, over on SunNation. Don’t miss […]

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Read Guido’s Sun on Sunday Column Online

Guido exposes Labour’s shameless unpaid intern hypocrisy in today’s Sun on Sunday. You can read today’s jam-packed column for free over on SunNation, where there is no paywall. Don’t miss out on:

FLINT

  • Spin Cycle: did Caroline Flint make

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Police Questioned By Sun Journalist

The Sun’s royal editor Duncan Larcombe turns the tables after 13 journalists were cleared this afternoon:

The Director of Public Prosecutions responsible for the disastrous Operation Elveden charges was one Keir Starmer. Now Labour’s parliamentary candidate for Holborn…[…]

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