No Downing Street Twitter Invite for Guido

Guido is a bit put out that Kevin Maguire has got an invite to Sarah Brown’s Downing Tweet Christmas Party. Why does he get to go and not Westminster’s most influential tweeter? Guido was looking forward to mingling with the cream of the Twitterati on the Number 10 mulled wine, so he called his old friend Konrad Caulkett, Sarah Brown’s SpAd, to chase up his invitation.

Guido Fawkes : I see Sarah’s having a Tweet-Up tomorrow and Kevin Maguire is there so obviously media are invited.  Could you sort out an invitation for me?
Konrad Caulkett : Sorry, who is it?
GF : Guido Fawkes
KC : I don’t think so…
GF : Why not?
KC : You know why.
GF : No I don’t, why [duhhhh  phone goes dead]

Co-conspirators will remember* that Konrad got his former employers, the Smith Institute, into a bit of bother for organising partisan events at the taxpayers’ expense in Downing Street.  Is it wise of him to go here again?

*Comrade Konrad, the Sith Apprentice, Sarah Who?




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