Tim Montgomerie’s new project is big, bold, and imaginative. But how will a journal that doesn’t do news get cut-through? And will it really do so?
Posts Tagged: Guido Fawkes
Guido Fawkes, Tom Newton-Dunn and the Evening Standard diary banded together to suggest that I was about to do a far, far better thing than I have ever done…
Riddle-me-ree: are Brexiteers taking over the Ministerial ranks, or are the whips taking over the Brexiteers?
At the heart of her speech was not so much a new interventionism as a Church-formed moralism, a sense of public service – and a Good Samaritan Moment.
It’s a big moment.
Without a report, closure won’t happen. The claims will simply get bigger and louder.
Plus: Thither goes Harry Cole – to the Sun. Here comes Tim Montgomerie – on a diet. And: Tracey Crouch, sports mastermind.
Campaign Watch, Blue Guerilla, Pestminster and Publicly Inconvenient – as well as established sites such as ConHome, Guido and Coffee House.
Plus: Stephen O’Brien triumphant. What not to wear while canvassing. Commons catering, KFC-style. And: Kensington – that snake-pit of ambitious thrusters.
Iain Dale: I name Labour’s Shadow Cabinet members with business experience. They are…um…er…hang on a minute…
Plus: Rubbish in the Sun. Andy Carroll is out. A mystery Tory is in – with an au pair, at any rate. My controversial book on the NHS. And: Lord Fink is right.
The Shadow Business Secretary’s show of loyalty doesn’t go as planned.
Also: Miliband plays with Farage and plays with fire. The unGreen BBC. Jonathan Jones is a twat. Two new Biteback books. Plus: Guido’s Iranian payments to friends of Israel.
The next day, I went to deliver leaflets in Rochester. We kept being delayed by Simon Burns insisting on showing passing punters his Hillary Clinton watch.
Iain Dale: The ten years of Guido party. Staines and Cole in charge – but only one was playing Amanda Holden
Plus: The fiendish Guido seating plan. Mike Read is not a racist. And: shame on the six Conservative MEPs who voted for Juncker.
His rather pathetic moist-eyed speeches in the latter part of the campaign didn’t display any leadership whatsoever.