Read Guido’s Column in the Sun on Sunday Online mdi-fullscreen

CARDS

As House of Cards fever grips Westminster, does David Cameron prefer slippery old Etonian Francis Urquhart or President Frank Underwood? Here is a taster of what you can find in Guido’s Sun on Sunday column this week:

  • Miliband promised to abolish tuition fees in 2010, this week he proposed setting them at £6,000

  • Asleep on the job? When immigration figures came out, Nigel Farage was having a ‘kip
  • Tessa Jowell votes to ban MPs from holding consultancies, while being paid £1,000-an-hour by a consultancy
  • LibDems struggle with their differentiation strategy
  • Labour shadow sports minister and Millwall fan accused of verbally abusing colleague in booze-fuelled outburst

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

mdi-tag-outline Dead Tree Press Media Guido Sun
mdi-timer March 1 2015 @ 10:33 mdi-share-variant mdi-twitter mdi-facebook mdi-whatsapp mdi-telegram mdi-linkedin mdi-email mdi-printer
Home Page Next Story

Comments are closed