Justine's X-Rated Ed Rant Daily Star Sunday Column Now Online

If you had picked up your Daily Star Sunday yesterday you would already know all about Ed’s x-rated argument with his wife Justine:

“It has happened to us all – you’re about to leave home for an important appointment and you can’t find your bits and bobs. Midweek, Guido was told Ed Miliband “came into my opticians wanting new contact lenses in a hurry. Couldn’t wait. His wife was swearing at him ‘They’re your lenses. You f**king lost them’. He was well flustered”. If you had a big speech to read from an autocue, you would be too.”

Elsewhere you can read all about the latest on Labour’s three red princes, Harriet Harman’s take on Fifty Shades of Grey and which fraternal figure will be leaving Manchester early. Yesterday’s column is now online here.

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Tories profiting from the Olympics, the self-serving sole parliamentary reform MPs have voted for, how Ed Miliband buttered up Charles Moore and the touching tale of a cross-party handshake.

Last Sunday we suggested the reshuffling of LibDems out of the Ministry of Defence and Foreign Office could presage military action in Iran. Today, a week later, the Mail on Sunday catches up and says the same.

Don’t miss today’s Daily Star Sunday. Buy it!

Daily Star Sunday Column Now Online

If you picked up your Daily Star Sunday yesterday you would know that MPs are still claiming £3.6 million in expenses to pay the wages of members of their families, including the holier than thou John Mann. Why bombing Iran may soon be Nick Clegg’s fault and all about Ed’s real life “pre-distribution”.

Yesterday’s column is now online here

Yesterday’s Daily Star Sunday Column Now Online

All your latest reshuffle news, whose sexy summer party boasted “private fun rooms” and a  close shave for Boris.

Yesterday’s column is now online here.

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Yesterday's Daily Star Sunday Column Now Online

If you had picked up your Daily Star Sunday yesterday you would already know what Mad Frankie Maude really thinks about Lords reform, which Tory MP likes the Taliban and why George Osborne’s former adviser was brandishing a whip this weekend. And that’s before we get to what Ed Miliband told Guido at the Speccie summer party…

Yesterday’s column is now online here

Read Guido in the Daily Star Sunday

At 60p it is 20% more expensive than the Sun, you have to pay extra for the quality. The editor is a former nuclear physicist and in his column this week he explains the significance of the Higgs Boson particle, on the literary front the plot of Fifty Shades of Grey is reviewed by a whip-wielding leather basque wearing dominatrix.

The Sun on the other hand has Toby Young writing about Michael Gove. Again.

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Yesterday's Daily Star Sunday Column Now Online

Guido had advance notice of Liam Fox’s speech yesterday. If you had picked up your Daily Star Sunday you would already know all about that and how the taxpayer subsidises 165 Westminster journalists to the tune of millions, what self-confessed nerd Ed Miliband had to be briefed about on the train and why 74-year-old John Prescott has taken to using a walking stick. And that’s not to mention Gloria De Piero’s fiance getting into a spot of bother with an adult website…

Yesterday’s column is now online here… 

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Has Liam Fox bounced Cameron into making Eurosceptic noises? Find out what he is going to say tomorrow in his big speech on Europe. We reveal how MPs plan to get revenge on political journalists and the unbelievable explanation as to why Prezza is hobbling around with a walking stick.

All in today’s Daily Star Sunday. Buy it!

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You won’t believe how much IPSA is paying in expenses for MPs’ iPad data connections every month, the effrontery of the Tory MP who employs his wife and girlfriend on expenses, the Labour MP lost on the buses in Leeds and Andy Burnham’s rising “knob job” worries. All in today’s Daily Star Sunday. Buy it!

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Sunday’s Column Now Online

If you had got your Daily Star Sunday at the weekend you would already be gossiping about the madness of the civil service safety rules, the latest on Watson’s manoeuvres and more good news for Gove. Guido’s Sunday column is now online here.

Yesterday’s Daily Star Sunday Column Now Online

If you had got your Daily Star Sunday yesterday you would already be gossiping about David Davis slapping down Ed Miliband, UKIP’s intriguing new spinner and the latest Blair donation scandal…

Guido’s Sunday column is now online here.

Read Guido in the Daily Star Sunday

Yesterday’s Daily Star Sunday Column Now Online

If you had got your Daily Star Sunday yesterday you would already be gossiping about Osborne’s dodgy growth, “green” government and Jeremy Hunt’s new SpAd. Caledonian co-conspirators will also enjoy this week’s offering…

Guido’s Sunday column is now online here.

Read Guido in the Daily Star Sunday

Read Guido in the Daily Star Sunday

Yesterday’s Daily Star Sunday Column

You could already be gossiping about Vicky Pryce and Denis MacShane if you had got your Daily Star Sunday yesterday…

You would already know where the latest slap for Lansley’s plain packaging has come from and which hot blonde Tory MP is making wives nervous. And much more too…

Guido’s Sunday column is now online here… 

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