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The PM reveals he is bringing forward Help to Buy in today’s Sun on Sunday. Save yourself a trip to the newsagents by subscribing to Sun+ and reading Guido’s column online. Find out:

  • Dave’s chief of staff used the Tory conference slogan “for hard working people” to mock a Downing Street handy-man
  • The pollster who told David Cameron that UKIP would be a flash in the pan is leaving Downing Street
  • The ministers Alastair Campbell briefed against when he was in Downing Street
  • Tory MP Matt Hancock’s expensive skills upgrade
  • Conference suit wars
  • Happy ending for Tory delegates in Manchester

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Save yourself a trip to the newsagents by subscribing to Sun+ and reading Guido’s column online. This week find out:

  • Why Labour’s new spinner Patrick Hennessy will know exactly what’s coming when Damian McBride’s book is released on Wednesday.
  • Tales from the Tory away day, including a special prize for the Sun on Sunday’s very own Louise Mensch.
  • An airborne reminder why Nigel Farage is right to be sceptical about the government’s immigration stats.
  • Things got very awkward for one two-faced LibDem as he took to the stage at their Glee Club karaoke booze up.
  • Why Labour Students will regret their choice of venue for Tuesday’s conference disco.

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This is the first week that Guido’s column has gone live online on a Sunday in the new look Sun. Subscribers get access to The Sun app on tablet, mobile and desktop as well as exclusive access to the new Sun+ Goals App. This week:

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  • Guido reveals hitherto unnamed government source who told The Times Ed Miliband is “a f**king c**t and a copper-bottomed s***”.
  • Vince Cable’s ill wind.
  • Harman and the bearded lady.
  • The Tory MP who employs his wife and girlfriend at our expense!
  • The Tory whips advice on dress sense with reference to Jacob Rees-Mogg, Nick Boles, Claire Perry & Esther McVey.
  • News of Nadine’s six-figure book deal.

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Read Guido’s Column in The Sun Today

Guido’s column in the Sun on Sunday is back this week. Don’t miss out on Red Len’s plot to cripple Britain, plan to target industrial “choke points” and treat employers as “opponents”. In Guido’s column:

  • When Guido met the new Aussie PM Tony Abbott
  • Why missing the Syria vote was an expensive mistake for Tory MP Rory Stewart
  • Noel Gallagher on William Hague
  • The Who’s Roger Daltry on Boris
  • Tracey Emin on her decision to vote Tory in 2010
  • What George Osborne says about the economy in private
  • Why Margaret Hodge knows all about costly cancelled government projects
  • Who does Andy Burnham want to play him in the film of his life? You won’t believe the answer
  • Why ministers are missing the alternative Tory Renewal conference

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Crisis? What Media Crisis

While there is no doubt the papers are in trouble, this chart from Business Insider smashes the narrative that all the media suffering. As print declines, the number of journalists increases:

We are all bloggers now.

Amazon on Dead Tree Press: Buy It Now

imageThe Washington Post has been sold for a quarter of the price that Facebook bought Instagram. It’s valuation at $250 million is $65 million less than Arianna managed to convince AOL to give her for the Huffington Post. The ultimate irony is that print is now being bought up by digital; it’s believed Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is spending less than 1% of his fortune on his purchase of this American institution. If this is the price of the Post, other papers better sell up soon before their value drops even further. Guido preparing a bid for the Guardian…

UPDATE: For context:

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Politics for the many, not the few, all for just 60p in today’s Sun. In Guido’s column:

  • Just how much does it cost to become a Lord?
  • How a half-cocked Tory slogan was bungled by the PM
  • Following Lord Howell’s “desolate” gaffe, surely no Labour MPs would use that word to describe the North?
  • Unison’s day at the races
  • Tom Watson has time on his hands
  • How the Tories are milking lobbyists
  • Denis MacShane’s career goes out with a hum

Guido is off to the seaside for the next few weeks so the column will be back in time for party conference season…

Sun Sets Out Where it Stands

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Iconic wrap for the Sun today. Inside a double page spread setting out where the Sun stands on politics – “we back politicians when they do what is best for our readers and criticise them when they don’t” – welfare – “this culture of entitlement exploded under the last Labour government and must end” and the NHS – “David Cameron was wrong to ring-fence spending”, to name but three.

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New editor making his mark…

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See how the Reds fund Ed in today’s Sun. In Guido’s column:

  • 20130728-111048.jpgIt kicked off for the Tory football team
  • Lucky MP who definitely isn’t “working in the constituency” until September 13th
  • Matt Hancock’s advice goes unheeded by the Chancellor
  • The lobbyist turned Labour Shad Cab member lobbying for old client
  • What to name the new Tory HQ?
  • Guido donates to “Lib Dems Against Sexual Harassment” pressure group
  • UKIP seek Unite backing
  • The NHS trade union “pilgrim” having a laugh at patient’s expense

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Today’s Sun reveals lobbyist Lord Mandelson is facing a sleaze probe over claims he broke Lords lobbying rules. In Guido’s column:

  • Arthur Cameron (7) is on message
  • Craig Oliver tweets wrong message
  • Reshuffle rumour bluff worked
  • Criminal green waste of money
  • Clegg peerage for lobbyist he brought into Downing Street
  • Labour privatises own mail!
  • Sam Cam and the posh women-only club
  • Googling candidate selections
  • Ken Clarke on need for younger euro-faces

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Times Hijack Telegraph Royal Baby Webcam

With no diary bitch fights to entertain MediaGuido today, the Times have taken to winding up the Telegraph in person. Their Royal reporter Valentine Low has been busy subverting the Telegraph’s royal baby webcam this afternoon:

In fairness, it’s the first time anything interesting has happened on the feed so far…

Via @RobDotHutton

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Guido shares a page with Ed Miliband in today’s Sun, as an investigation by undercover reporters finds widespread cocaine use in our Houses of Charliement. In Guido’s column:

  • Good news for Guido’s campaign against parliament’s subsidised bars and restaurants
  • The PM ducks a challenge from Ed Balls
  • Boris slags off Dave over Andy Murray
  • Norman Tebbit has been back into No. 10
  • Hawkish Jim Murphy will stop Ed Miliband cosying up to LibDems over Trident renewal
  • Good News, Bad News from NHS England
  • David Ruffley’s £7,560 rage-related expense claim
  • Eric Joyce’s amusing rejected claim
  • “Nigel Farage: Gay Icon”!

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27 Further Redundancies at Indy

The cull was always coming at the loss-making Independent, now Guido hears 27 members of the team will lose their jobs. Guido’s source optimistically warns: “this is the end”.

Quite…

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A Unitemare for Miliband, Watson and McCluskey in the Sun today. In Guido’s column find out:

  • The full story behind Watson’s WAGs
  • Sally speaks: what she says on rumours about her and John
  • To what did Boris treat his wife on their 20th wedding anniversary?
  • Handbags at dawn between Tory wives
  • Dave’s photo op own goal
  • Chuka’s off-camera cock-up
  • Coalition tensions in the DWP
  • IPSA hit MPs where it hurts
  • Watson’s voices in his head

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Read Guido’s Column in The Sun Today

A new strapline for Guido in the Sun. Read about how Boris bellowed at Guido about last week’s “bald spot” story. Ladies, Guido reports what it is like to run your fingers though his hair.

Elsewhere in today’s column:

  • When Theresa May enforced the peace between Lawson and Saatchi
  • Genetically Modified Clegg
  • Hodge wastes taxpayers’ money trying to save taxpayers’ money
  • Buzzwords, burgers and a barbecue for Tory MPs
  • All your latest reshuffle rumours

Politics for the many, not the few, just 60p…

In Guido’s Column in The Sun Today

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In Guido’s Sun column today:

  • The_Sun_23_6_2013We reveal that Nigel Farage went offshore last week to raise funds for UKIP.
  • Bald warning for Boris! Is he going to lose out to the slaphead electoral curse? We go through the precedents with a finetooth comb.
  • The Labour MP laughing at the Confessions of Gordon Brown.
  • MP Gavin Shuker’s £3,000 of luxurious “New Age” training.
  • Jemima Khan confirms Lord Wood’s heart-throb looks, more reshuffle MP manics…
  • Lesbian infidelity in the Lords: the Baroness who suggested “they turn the lights down” before it got too fruity!

There is also a picture of the PM on a kid’s scooter.

All this and more in your Sun on Sunday  just 60p. Politics for the many, not the few…

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In Guido’s Sun column today:

  • 16 6 13Downing Street’s marital casualty rate rising under 24/7 pressure
  • The Case of the Missing Home Secretary and the Google Lobbyist
  • Lord Ashcroft’s wine and dine charm offensive
  • Tom Watson up to his Mr Fix-It tricks in West Midlands MEP selection squabble
  • Sajid Javid’s tax cut cheers
  • Dave & Ed M, still not speaking
  • What are the odds Stephen Timms MP will be in a two faced hypocrisy shocker?
  • IPSA blow £3/4m on lawyers and spin

All this and more in your Sun on Sunday. Politics for the people, just 60p…

Witherow Gets Axe Out at Times

Media Guido is hearing of big movements over at the Times. Witherow is, as expected, swinging the axe…

Roland Watson is out as Political Editor – he’s been told to apply for Foreign Editor apparently – a desk getting squeezed.

Cameron biographer Francis Elliot will replace him and Sam Coates is coming back  from the scaled-back business desk to the Lobby.

Guido is hearing conflicting reports of his job title, though it is expected to be along the lines of Deputy Political Editor or Associate Political Editor.

Some twenty newsroom sackings are said to be imminent.

In lighter news, the much missed Times Diary is set to return.

UPDATE: US sources suggest that Witherow has also axed the Times’ Wall Street correspondent with the expectation being that they will share content with the Wall Street Journal. The New York features writer has also been given the bullet. Developing…

UPDATE II: Guido understands no more cuts are hitting the business desk beyond Coates and the Wall Street correspondent. Apparently the brunt of the staff cuts are in sections with less affluent readers.

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Pick up your copy of the Sun on Sunday today to make sure you don’t miss out on:

  • The Special Adviser who delivered his own baby son and is inevitably now known as a “safe pair of hands”
  • Reshuffle speculation: find out which MPs are “up the ar*e of the PM” according to their fellow Tory MPs!
  • Guido hears another Downing Street aide’s exit is in the offing
  • David and Ed Miliband – still frosty
  • Davis Davis has more exciting holidays than we do
  • Eric Pickles goes to India
  • We name the two MPs who respectively employ their wife and sister yet then demanded more staff cash (they were turned down)

Read all about it in your 60p Sun today…

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As if the reputation of lobbying could get any lower, in Guido’s Sun column today we name the ex-MP turned lobbyist under police investigation. Don’t miss out on:

  • tulisaTheresa May’s new leadership-worthy wardrobe
  • Liam Byrne’s latest blunder
  • Ed the stud
  • IDS channels Churchill
  • Anarchist beer leaving a bitter taste in parliament
  • Brian May’s awkward pub session with Labour MPs
  • Olympians turned Tory candidates
  • Dave’s crisis meeting tomorrow
  • Lazy Vaizey’s Cannes trip

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