Ed’s Balls on Single Market

Ed Balls claimed on last night’s This Week that “many people on the Leave campaign were saying they wanted to stay in the single market“. He was then unable to name one (because there weren’t any). As Nigel said in response: “every single leading player, all the way through the referendum, could not have been clearer, a vote for Brexit was a vote to leave the single market.Still the hardcore Remainers perpetuate this myth…

Friday Caption Contest (Glasto Edition)

Gove & Balls Do Gangnam in an Elevator

Happy Ed Balls Day

It seems to come sooner every year…

Balls Hints at Return to Parliament

“I’m never gonna say never about going back…”

Ed Balls Kicked in the Head

What would Len say?

Balls Loose on ITV

Glitterballs was showered with TV offers after dad-dancing his way to stardom on Strictly. Today he’s done the dirty on Auntie and announced he will appear as “honorary man” on an ITV Loose Women special tomorrow. That’s a promotion from his occasional role as a guest on the show grinding Janet Street-Porter. Now for a whole hour of Balls…

Glitterballs’ Last Dance

Ballsmania is finally over, for now…

Balls Out

Balls finally leaves the dance-floor, to acclaim…

Glitter Balls on Strictly

Ayesha Hazarika on the redemption of Ed Balls

“Balls on Strictly is the equivalent of comfort eating for us politicos and our hysteria is masking a rather difficult question. Is this the best that British politics can muster right now? Is this it? Really? Dressed up as the Mask? Really? To which the answer is probably a whispery: ‘Yes, yes, it is.’”

Hip-Thrusting, Crotch-Grabbing Glitterballs

You won’t see anything scarier this Halloween…

Glitterballs: The Lift They’re All Talking About

Watch to the end…

Balls Camper Than Panto

Beginning to think he is going to win…

Glitterballs Does The Mask

“Somebody stop him…”

Glitter Balls Lives On

Those are the moves that helped him go through to the next round.

All those annoying hand jives on the frontbench, turns out were useful practice…

Ed Balls’ Strictly Waltz

21 points from the judges, an average score of 5/10, which sees him bottom of the leaderboard. Will he get more votes than Jez this weekend?

Rare Footage of Ed Balls Line Dancing

With Ed Balls set to appear on this year’s series of Strictly Come Dancing, Guido has dug out this old footage of the former Shadow Cha-Cha-Chancellor impressing some old dears at a line dancing class in a Kilburn community centre. He certainly – perhaps worryingly – knew the moves…

Campaign Report: 37 Days to Go

osborne balls

Leave message: Single Market has failed British exporters.

Remain message: PM thinks leaving would be a “national error”.

Cut through: Osborne, Cable and Balls team up to back Remain.

Leave social media count: 370,883 likes, 42,004 followers.

Remain social media count: 398,784 likes, 28,175 followers.

Odds: Remain 2/7 Leave 13/5

Latest poll: Remain 43% (-1), Leave 47% (+1) (ICM, online); Remain 47% (-1), Leave 39% (-2) (ICM, Phone). Poll of Polls is now Remain 50%, Leave 50%.

Balls Drop

balls won't drop

Readers who managed to pick up a copy of the Daily Guido on April Fool’s will have seen our sports leader on why Norwich City (chairman one Ed Balls) would likely stay in the Premier League this season. Much like in the General Election, the performance of a Balls-headed enterprise was significantly overestimated…

Norwich have been relegated from the Premier League. Despite having the sixth largest spend in the January transfer window, the former shadow chancellor’s team will go back down to the Championship. They spent the boom, and they’ve gone bust…

Right Old Balls-Up

Balls

Ed Balls made much of his post-election move to Norwich City, even going as far as to brag about it to Robbie Savage on BT Sport. Despite high hopes, a few months down the line it doesn’t appear that the former Shadow Chancellor has been working his magic as Chairman of the struggling club.[…] Read the rest

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