Is this the cheekiest piece of newspaper reporting this week?

Click here and read the story.

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

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  • 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.”


  • 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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