Saturday Seven Up

7upGuido’s favourite story this week was about Katie Myler, Ed Miliband’s chief spokesman, committing Twitter suicide by accusing the Prime Minister of “pimping himself”, whilst Guido was on on the phone to the Labour Leader’s office asking if Ed stood by his spokesgirl’s comments she twittered an apology and withdrew her remarks.

We were faster than the papers in going through the party election returns, identifying Labour’s unpaid bills from the taxpayer and the Tory Bambi killing expenditure first – pixels beating print yet again.

This week the blog had an above average 422,866 page views from 251,700 visits by 87,979 visitors. Including feed readers Guido had some 2.5 million hits in November, with student unrest related stories being the most popular and perhaps consequently the blog seems to have more earnest, angry, left-wing flavoured reader comments section, presumably from misguided students. The top 7 stories last week in order of popularity were:

You’re either in front of Guido, or you are behind…




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Quote of the Day

Rowan Atkinson tells The Times

“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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