Fifteen Today!

Guido launched on this day in 2004, and since then we have seen five Prime Ministers come and go. It has been quite a journey from a laptop on the sofa to a newsroom in SW1 staffed by talented young journalists. Our tenth anniversary party was a big glitzy public affair, broadcast on the BBC, tonight we are gathering past and present members of the Guido conspiracy at a small private party. Still glitzy just less showy…

It is of great satisfaction to see people who have worked in the newsroom go on to prosper. Alumni can be found all over the media and in politics where they set the agenda in a different way to when they set the political news agenda. We live in exciting times and Westminster politics has changed a lot over the last fifteen years. The personnel may change, the objective remains the same, we never forget we are in the infotainment business.

Whatever happened to the keynote speaker from the last party?

Paul Staines, Editor

Saturday 7-Up

This week 290,047 visitors visited 901,982 times viewing 1,363,173 pages. The top stories in order of popularity were:

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

Thanks to Our Readers for A Record Month

Next month will be the fifteenth anniversary of Guido’s digital incarnation. We have seen rivals come and go. One thing we have never forgotten is that you the readers make us what we are. You provide us with tips, you encourage and admonish us. We always remember that it is our job to inform and entertain you.

The number of hits from visitors has increased from 20-a-day in 2004 to some 200,000-a-day last month. Our coverage of the Tory leadership battle generated a record 6,218,561 reader hits in July. A new all-time traffic record for the website…

Saturday 7-Up

This week 226,482 visitors visited 788,086 times viewing 1,190,515 pages. The top stories in order of popularity were:

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

Saturday 7-Up

This week 300,269 visitors visited 989,418 times viewing 1,526,406 pages. The top stories in order of popularity were:

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Saturday 7-Up

This week 364,914 visitors visited 1,173,114 times viewing 1,978,748 pages. The top stories in order of popularity were:

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Saturday 7-Up

This week 228,216 visitors visited 788,313 times viewing 1,203,543 pages. The top stories in order of popularity were:

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Saturday 7-Up

This week 262,964 visitors visited 876,825 times viewing 1,390,985 pages. The top stories in order of popularity were:

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Saturday 7-Up

This week 288,876 visitors visited 984,737 times viewing 1,565,802 pages. The top stories in order of popularity were:

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

Saturday 7-Up

This week 234,559 visitors visited 753,960 times viewing 1,164,343 pages. The top stories in order of popularity were:

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

Saturday 7-Up

This week 207,029 visitors visited 702,423 times viewing 1,090,920 pages. The top stories in order of popularity were:

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Saturday 7-Up

This week 223,767 visitors visited 731,674 times viewing 1,111,793 pages. The top stories in order of popularity were:

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September in Review

Thuggish leftists went even further with their attacks on Jacob Rees-Mogg, this time shouting at his children and nanny outside their family home. Corbyn got shirty with yet another reporter. Labour members re-elected the notorious Pete Willsman to the NEC, while an Iranian Revolution cheerleader topped the poll. The biggest political drama of the Lib Dems’ Conference was the bitter fight between activists over whether it was okay to go to Wetherspoons or not. Corbynistas went one better and launched a boycott of the “deplorable” Guardian. The hard left starting to eat itself…

August in Review

Guido is not normally one for conspiracies, but the mystery of the van following the car involved in the botched attack on Parliament in August piqued the interest of many. Corbyn’s summer went from bad to worse as he became embroiled in “wreathgate”. Present but not involved…

Frank Field had enough and quit the Labour Party. The Tories did their best to get Corbyn off the hook by launching a daft “Burkagate” row over a few comments in a Boris column. The BBC and the Guardian had already made the same “letterbox” comparison while Emily Thornberry had gone as far as saying she wouldn’t let a woman in a burka look after her child. Naturally that didn’t stop the Boris pile-on. Canterbury’s first ever Labour MP went full student union and attacked a local nightclub for being Japanese-themed…

July in Review

Brexit finally went bang in July as Boris, David Davis and Steve Baker all resigned over Theresa May’s Chequers plan, which has only got worse since. Six months of “will they, won’t they” began as Guido reported that desperate whips had been asking MPs to withdraw letters of no confidence in the PM. Lefties predictably tried to ruin England’s thrilling World Cup run. Bonkers Billy Bragg incredibly claimed that Jews had “work to do” to rebuild trust with Labour in the midst of Corbyn’s anti-Semitism scandal. Juncker had yet another memorably unstable moment, this time at a NATO summit…

June in Review

June saw an attempted putsch against Anna Soubry in her constituency, Guido was the first with the news. Peston on Sunday was culled, mercifully reducing the Sunday politics shows overload. Arron Banks got up to fun and games in parliament before leaving for lunch. The ABC’s adoration of the EU is something to behold. The European Commission didn’t want us to behold some intemperate comments from Juncker.

 

May in Review

The weirdo one man stage invasion when the British singer came on was of course by a crazy Corbynista. It worked out badly for him, Israel won Eurovision. It worked out badly for Owen Jones’ own campaign to oust the Tories in local elections, the Tories held on. A furious Labour insider complained “Hundreds of activists were sent to campaign in the wrong places just to feed the outsized egos of a few pied pipers on Twitter. It can’t be allowed to happen again.” It will…

April in Review

April saw a classic from Lammy when he told the police “We haven’t seen a police while I’ve been here…”

The month started with this Remain Campaign Whistleblower Reveals How They Cheated and Still Lost.

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