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Why you should totally ignore the media coverage of Nigella Lawson being throttled

Nigella Lawson

Jean-Paul, The Sunday People / Mirror

Apparently the Leveson Inquiry didn’t yield terribly much, because pictures of celebrity chef Nigella Lawson being strangled by her husband in public are all over the front pages. It’s rather drowned out the more important story about the UK government spying on world leaders during a summit the country hosted in 2009.

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The right to tell lies

News Corp Board Said To Approve Company SplitRelying on the press to tell you honestly about press regulation is like expecting sunshine for a wedding in December. With that in mind, I thought perhaps I’d clarify a couple of points, given that our esteemed politicians have just agreed upon a new way to spank the press when they offend (read: lie) about people.

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