Read Guido’s Column in the Sun on Sunday Online

Nigel Farage is tapping up sex swap boxing promoter Kellie Maloney to be a candidate for UKIP. Read all about the talks between the two in Guido’s column in the Sun on Sunday today. Don’t miss out on:

BLAIRS

  • Tony and Cherie’s public show of force to raise funds for Labour

FHM

  • Ed Miliband asks a former FHM pin-up girl for her phone number

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  • Guido speaks to the Tory candidate Michael Gove said he wanted Clegg to beat

MAUDE

  • Lord Maude going nowhere

CHUKA

  • Who’s that girl? Chuka is telling anyone who will listen about his new love

YEO

  • Tim Yeo hires wife with just three months to go before he leaves Westminster

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Read Guido’s Column in the Sun on Sunday Online

First Penny Mordaunt, now a Cabinet minister litters a parliamentary speech with dirty innuendos. Read all about the latest Commons smut in Guido’s Sun on Sunday column here. Also in today’s column, don’t miss out on:

DON FOSTER

  • LibDem chief whip Don Foster dozes off in Cabinet, don’t tell Nick Clegg!

  • Alistair Darling’s money trouble
  • UKIP’s Suzanne Evans and Christine Hamilton clash over Rory Bremner
  • Is sidelined Mary Creagh taking her new job seriously?
  • Grant Shapps not having much luck with his numbers
  • Nigel Farage warns David Cameron why Amjad Bashir could be after his job next
  • Plotting underway in the Reeves family for life after Miliband

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Mitchell Down Half a Million After Refusing Sun Settlement

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Andrew Mitchell’s lawyers are back in court again arguing over how much the former chief whip has to cough up after losing his libel case last year. It has emerged News Group made offer to Mitchell before the libel hearing, but Mitchell turned it down, costing him “at least £500,000″ in costs.

Mr Justice Mitling says that because he failed to accept News Group’s offer he should be liable for their costs and those of PC Toby Rowland.

Ouch. 

Read Guido’s Column in the Sun on Sunday Online

Blair is back: see Guido’s column in today’s Sun on Sunday to read all about Tony’s return to frontline politics as he begins a fundraising drive for gay Labour candidates. Also in today’s column:

  • After Penny Mordaunt’s Cockgate, Tory MPs mock Chris Bryant with James Blunt lyrics in parliamentary debate

GOVE

  • The evidence Michael Gove is a secret teeny bopper
  • Lynton Crosby tells Tory MPs: don’t mention ‘Labour’, just say ‘Ed Miliband’ over and over again

Head down to your nearest newsagents for four extra Guido stories only in the print edition:

  • Inside Labour’s ‘Lash Club’
  • Farage’s men-only hustings
  • Nannying Jane Ellison slammed by Tory colleagues
  • Splitter Jacqui Smith pleads for loyalty

Click here to read Guido’s column for free with a free 30-day trial…

Gotcha! Corrections and Clarifications Time…

If only there was some form of statutory regulation to stop the unruly press from writing stories that are completely untrue:

All the Guardian’s many, many news and comment pieces yesterday will be corrected and clarified with due prominence, won’t they?

What about the BBC, which proclaimed “it was the feminists wot won it” and put the unconfirmed story, described by a Sun spokesman as “wild speculation”, in the main headlines on the News at Six and the News at Ten?

And there was this latest great Labour social media success:

Not to mention the premature celebrations from the less popular parts of the internet:

The greatest trick the Sun ever pulled was convincing the world Page 3 didn’t exist…

BREAKING: Threedom! Page 3 Back in The Sun Tomorrow

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All that ink spilt in vain, Page 3 never went away. Back in The Sun tomorrow, you can see Nicole, 22 here.

Looks like the Guardian, BBC and Times have boobed…

UPDATE:

BBC‘s Patronising Page 3 Coverage

BBC News at Six decided speculation about Page 3 was more important than ISIS, the NHS strike and even the death of Corrie’s Diedre last night. Lucy Manning went a bit Emily Thornberry as she “went to a building site to ask some of the Sun’s readers” what they thought, being more than a little patronising as she waved a copy of the paper at them. Meanwhile, Have I Got News for You’s charming dig at the unemployed doesn’t really work since the models have been given year-long contracts:

And how did the BBC website describe Samantha Fox? Striking a blow for the sisterhood by dubbing her “Fox, with her big hair and personality”, also quoting an excitable Roy Greenslade: “cheeky and pretty and lovely”. Sneering metropolitan liberals.

Today’s Sun Page 3

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Note the bottom of the page effort to drive Page 3 fans online…

Page Threedom

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A few months ago Guido had dinner with the editor of The Sun David Dinsmore and asked him about Page 3. His view was that as long as the market research said his readers wanted it, The Sun would run […]

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Read Guido’s Column in the Sun on Sunday Online

Guido reveals news of an extraordinary coalition row in today’s Sun on Sunday column, as Nick Clegg and Vince Cable hire two new taxpayer-funded Special Advisers despite there being just two months until parliament dissolves. Also in today’s column, […]

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Read Guido’s Sun on Sunday Column Online

PRITCHARD

Did Mark Pritchard try to recruit the woman who accused him of rape to the British security services? The cleared Tory MP breaks his silence on speculation as the Westminster rumour mill went into overdrive this week. See what he […]

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2014 Awards in the Sun on Sunday Today

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The accolades that politicians dread more than the end of the summer recess – the Guido Fawkes Awards for Westminster’s top chancers, cheats and chumps. Guido sticks the knife – and Fawke – into the past year’s award winners. Click […]

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