Guido Welcomes New Readers

Not every day that the Telegraph editor puts advertising in the leader and on the features pages. Since they have recommended this blog so highly and even given the full web address, Guido will make hay while the sun is shining and welcome thousands of new readers. For those of you who don’t already know, this is the place journalists mean when they refer to “rumours on the internet”. Guido aims to report the tittle-tattle of politics, cause mischief and have a bit of fun in the process. If you are looking for detailed discussions about policy or a solution to the problems of the Middle East you are in the wrong place – try ConservativeHome.com or LabourHome.com for that kind of thing. Guido doesn’t do highbrow.

If you want to catch up, Guido’s monthly archives are in the pull down menu on the right, along with contact details and a Google Guido search box. Everything you ever wanted to know about the likes of John Prescott, Lord Levy, Lord Drayson and Rosie Winterton – and probably a few things you didn’t want to know – is just a clickable search away. Guido edited, along with Iain Dale the bestselling Little Red Book of New Labour Sleaze which you can still buy online if Waterstones has run out (the publishers have sold out).

Comments are invited from readers – the house rules are here. Guido relies on hundreds of co-conspirators for information – the many ways to contact Guido are here. Enjoy.




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“All jokes about religion cause offence, so it’s pointless apologising for them. You should really only apologise for a bad joke. On that basis, no apology is required.”

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