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Reeves Flounders over Carwyn Jones’ Sleaze Rule-Breaking Appointment

Who approved Carwyn Jones breaking anti-corruption appointment rules? Mark Drakeford… go to Article >

WATCH: Tower Hamlets Labour Filmed Breaking Electoral Rules Outside Polling Station

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Guido has received* video footage of Labour activists appearing to break electoral rules in Tower Hamlets. The law states that campaigning can’t take place in the vicinity of the polling station to prevent “undue influence”. In 2019 the exact same... read more

Boris Declares Victory in Jersey

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The PM has hailed the end of the third battle of Jersey, understatedly calling the matter “resolved” after the 100 French fishing boats ran away earlier this afternoon. The announcement comes as No. 10 says the two Royal Navy vessels will depart... read more

LibDems Discover Only Fans in Wales

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Co-conspirators may remember the Welsh LibDem William Powell – whose name appeared on the site during the selection for the LibDems’ only Welsh Senedd seat – during the affair that saw the Welsh LibDem leader Jane Dodds caught out lying about... read more

‘Recently Refurbished Flat in Westminster’ for Rent

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A co-conspirator searching for a flat in London was amused to discover that, following recent news about the No. 10 flat renovation, Boris’s state apartment has been up for rent on popular website Spareroom.com for almost a week. The listing by... read more

EXCLUSIVE: Scott Trust Commissioned Report into Slavery Links Covered Up By Guardian

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Following yesterday’s story pointing out The Guardian’s silence over the report into its historical links to slavery, Guido can now exclusively reveal that the report for the Scott Trust has been undertaken – yet remains unreleased. The... read more

Labour Also Caught Stealing Leaflets from Letterboxes

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After the LibDems were caught pilfering leaflets from doorsteps on two separate occasions, Labour has decided to imitate their opponents by also rummaging around people’s letterboxes. In footage released yesterday, Labour’s Gedling Councillor... read more

French Official: “We’re Ready for War. We Can Bring Jersey to its Knees’

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The head of the joint Normandy-Brittany sea authority has declared they are “ready for war” and “can bring Jersey to its knees” as tensions continue to ramp up between the UK and France over Jersey at a dizzying pace. War with France can only help... read more

Poll Shows Voters Don’t Care About ‘Tory Sleaze’

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New data from YouGov shows that 70% of voters haven’t been following the claims that Tory donors fronted the costs for the Downing Street refurb. Despite it being Labour’s best attack line for the past month, 9% saying they aren’t aware of the... read more

HMS Severn En Route to Jersey

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In March 2018, in a little noticed move, the Ministry of Defence announced that £12.7 million had been allocated from the EU Exit Preparedness Fund to HMS Severn and her two sister ships, a precaution in case they should they be required to... read more

Hostile France Threatens Third Battle of Jersey

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Boris has slammed France after one of Macron’s ministers floated cutting power supplies to Jersey, calling the threat “unacceptable”. The row has erupted after the Channel Island introduced new licences for French trawlers. Reacting to the move,... read more

Election Eve Final Polls Round-Up

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Ahead of tomorrow’s local elections, Guido has put together a summary of what the final polls are predicting heading into election day. Broadly speaking, the SNP’s popularity has waned (although a majority is still within reach), enthusiasm for... read more