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Friday, 29 April 2011

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The recent spate of super injunction gagging orders are being defied, and several journalists have decided to ignore these bits of paper obtained from injunction-issuing Justice Sue Mai-Ass, who incidentally wears a very strange wig in court and expects us to take her seriously.

It has been confirmed that despite super injunctions, the journalists Rod Liddle, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Littlejohn, Tony Parsons, Evan Davis and a host of others will continue to write their columns for newspapers.

Rod Liddle, for example, a respected journlaist who writes for the Sunday Times said that despite these super injunctions, he will continue to write his regular Sunday column.

And the editor of the paper, John Witherow, confirmed that he intends to continue editing it.

However, a few irate journalists have decided that their professional ethics have been compromised by a law they feel is an ass, and as a result they will be giving up journalism and going to write for the Sun.

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