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Public Address 10/05/4 - All The Moves

PUBLIC ADDRESS 10/05/4 - All the Moves

Bad moves | May 10, 2004 11:21
Russell Brown's Hard News

One of the more vexing elements for the government of its troubles in the past week or two is surely that they have helpfully served to obscure the behaviour of senior National MPs as complete doofuses...,


Tabloid Tussle | May 10, 2004 11:19
GUEST: David Williams' Dateline London (via Florida)

Get out your togas and sandals, it's the Circus Maximus of British press battles. In gladiatorial combat, complete with tridents and nets, are The Sun - that hugely popular fighter sporting the blue-collar of the British worker - and the Daily Mirror, the liberal underdog with the fierce left-hook...,


It's like gaydar | May 10, 2004 10:57
Fiona Rae from the couch

I know there are Angel fans are out there. They sneak in every now and then with comments, they swap tapes like a secret society (I should know) and every now and then they bump into each other and – it's like gaydar – divine a fellow fan...,

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