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Funny story: Leveson Inquiry Focuses On The Real Cause Of Dishonest, Bullying and Unethical Tabloid Journalism

Leveson Inquiry Focuses On The Real Cause Of Dishonest, Bullying and Unethical Tabloid Journalism

The Leveson Inquiry has, thus far, clearly identified the underlying philosophy and ethos of British tabloid journalism. Central to this ethos has been found to be dishonesty, bullying, political manipulation and a complete disregard for what might be considered as civilised standards of behaviour. 'The Inquiry is now moving on,' confirmed Lord Justice Leveson, this week, 'to examine what h...
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Funny story: Essex euthanasia scandal. Day two

Essex euthanasia scandal. Day two

The village green at Landfill Tawny which up until recently echoed to the sound of leather on willow and the voices of young children at play now drones to the sound of generators feeding electricity to the plethora of press and TV vans. The usual...
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Funny story: British media launches massive attack on Portugal over McCanns

British media launches massive attack on Portugal over McCanns

The tiny country of Portugal continued to suffer massive bombardment from the British media, incensed at the way in which British couple Gerry and Kate McCann are being treated by the police and news...
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Pirates' Cruise Ship Snack Attack

A motley crew of swashbuckling pirates commandeered a luxury cruise ship off the coast of Somalia and demanded 10 million dollars until the buccaneers dined in the cafeteria and died of food poisoning
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