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And not thinking it through was clearly the order of the day at the Mail, which has maximised its coverage of the affair, despite it being another paper’s exclusive. “A peer filmed snorting cocaine with two £200-a-night prostitutes was today facing calls to stand down from the House of Lords. Lord Sewel, 69, was reported to the police and quit as deputy speaker of the Lords after the video emerged”, they observed.
Just another light paper weight counter to the prospective outpouring of Exaro News revelations into the MSM? At least the Mail have got on track but I don't suppose The Sun want to get into the wrong sort of Thatcher Legacy terri(for)tory given their connections.
Oo there's a surprise.
A LABOUR politician caught with his kecks round his ankles in the middle of an election.
Any bets the Friends of Vauxhall Cross were involved somewhere along the line?
Odd - see what I did there? - too how for years Kavanagh and his boot boys managed to avoid the paedophile ring parked on his door step. Then again, Murdoch the Creep was busy trying to rip off even more of Brit mainstream media at the time. Maybe that had something to do with it.
I should point out that paying for sex is not illegal, and technically, neither is taking cocaine.
This story could be a less than subtle message to Cameron and Co. about the kinds of stories that might appear in 'The Sun' if the government doesn't allow Murdoch to complete a full takeover of Sky.
I was just about to write something similar to Crispin Fisher. My wife, who is very astute, and always right, had suggested this a few minutes ago. A little example perhaps of a sting, 'pour encourager les autres'
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