Monday, 20 April 2009

Labour Press Office Tries To Keep Guido Off the BBC


Just before going on air today on the BBC’s Daily Politics, Guido was told that the show had received a faxed complaint about him appearing on the show (clip here). The complaint came from the Labour Party.


It isn't going to stop until we make it stop.

11 comments:

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

I'm surprised that the BBC didn't bow to their masters and comply.

Anonymous said...

I want to see a copy of it. As it refers to him in person, Im sure he could request a copy under the Data Protection Act.

Anonymous said...

Get a job RAB!

Furious Student said...

It never ends, just like the nannying - http://furious-student.blogspot.com/2009/04/caribbean-fast-food-outlet-closed.html

Chris said...

Time was that even this little snippet would have been kept under wraps.

Wheels coming off the Labour clown car or what?

Anonymous said...

The filthy fuckscum should do what they are fucking well paid and elected for: run the country.
What we say about them is none of their fucking business.

RayD said...

The civil service runs the country. Ministers spend their morning fiddling their expenses and their afternoons sending "Tories smell of wee" emails.

Anonymous said...

And Guido blocks the BNP from his site, pot, kettle?

Anonymous said...

The civil service was infiltraited by communist purpose - a `charity`, a NWO/EUSSR post democratic group created to put marxist zelot bigot busy bodies in every top corner of public life.

The police, teachers etc - all documented and paid for with taxes.

If you pass the marxist zelots graduation the sky is the limit.

Custard said...

Prepare yourselves for a morbid, zombifiacation process, sponsored by your own tax money.

http://thickcustard.blogspot.com/2009/04/o-bummers-speech.html

Still, he seems a nice bloke, doesn't he?

spark up said...

guido's just got a persecution complex

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