Is this the cheekiest piece of newspaper reporting this week?

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Then guess if the person who “expressed satisfaction” with the court case (a) won or (b) lost.

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7 Comments

  • Rachel Smith 24th Jul '09 - 9:00am

    Suspicions that Desmond lives in a parallel universe confirmed.

  • “Cheeky” is hardly the word for it. Half truth is hardly the word. “1% truth” is perhaps a term we should invent for Desmond.

  • Private Eye must be rubbing their hands in glee at this.

    Cheeky is not the word.

  • “Have Your Say is unavailable for this story.”

    *snorfle*

  • Malcolm Todd 24th Jul '09 - 1:16pm

    You passed a motion against the *abuse* of libel laws? Seriously? Are there any laws that you are *in favour of* abusing?

    And by the way, was that the most important thing you found to talk about in Beirut?

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