At the time it seemed a bit unlikely.
Yesterday’s Mail on Sunday led on a story about a journalist (who cannot be named) being reported to the Attorney General for criminal contempt for naming one of the two footballers (who cannot be named) in a tweet.
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“I can still scream free Pale*****”, raps Mic Righteous on Fire In The Booth, Charlie Sloth’s hugely popular hip-hop showcase on BBC Radio 1Xtra. As the smashing glass effect proved, Mic Righteous was wrong; on the BBC, the words ‘Free Palestine’ are not allowed.
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Nadine Dorries, tory MP for Mid-Bedfordshire, is once again hitting the headlines for all the wrong reasons. This time, it’s not because of her affair with a family friend or because sheleft her ex-husband who had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in order to pursue her career ambitions.Or because of her 10-min rule bill on [...]
Why do we tune in to watch a North American President giving a speech about the “Middle East”? Can we change the channel and watch the President of China pontificating on the “Far West”, or an African President telling Europeans that they have a choice between hope and hate? In the words of hip-hop artist [...]
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