Saturday Seven Up

7upPretty good week for the blog, Monday’s CCHQ floor-plan was an object of fascination to thousands of readers and revealed that Ashcroft was out of Tory HQ.  To the Tory staffer who claimed that it was out of date, Guido has to tell him that it is more likely to be his version that is out of date.  Guido was first to report that Transport Minister Sadiq Khan had been caught lying and ordered to repay thousands. Thanks to EyeSpy.MP we were first to reveal (Sarah’s Discreet Tête à Tête Tweeted) that the dodgy non-dom Lord Paul was having lunch with Sarah Brown – before she had even finished her dessert.  The Race to Be Dave’s Downing Street Mouthpiece was the post that resulted in the most, errrm, ‘feedback’ from the Westminster politico-media village.

The email that tickled Guido the most was the one from a Jehovah’s Witness complaining that Guido had compared the LibDem theme tune toa Jehovah Witness recruitment ad.  They attached an MP3 of their choir and Guido confesses that it was in comparison Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam.

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