April 26th, 2011

Flashback – Jan’ 08 : The Story You Won’t Get From Them

Remember this one from January 2008. The shock and horror was quite a sight to see:

With Andrew Marr currently topping the Twitter trends in the UK, that well known Yes2AV campaigner with a superinunction must have shaky hands today while they are stuffing envelopes.


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  1. 1
    І dіsаpprоvе оf whаt yоu sаy, but І wіll dеfеnd tо thе dеаth yоur rіght tо sаy іt says:

    Marr and the dead tree press are so last centry.

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    • 34
      stryker20211 says:

      I disapprove of your defence but am dying to write about you saying it

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    • 43
      Typo says:

      Wots a superinunction?

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    • 44
      Bartholomew - George Osborne's teddy says:

      Guido. You should be ashamed bothering yourself with such trivia when Bonkers Johnson is planning a football team based on his little bastards. Its just like the good old days of “back to basics” – Yo-yo Yeo, Portillo and the strange case of Eastleigh, the better use of Chelsea shirts, to say nothing of a hot curry every so often. All we need now is for you to print the truth about the Natalie Rowe files. Why do I think not…..

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      • 48
        І dіsаpprоvе оf whаt yоu sаy, but І wіll dеfеnd tо thе dеаth yоur rіght tо sаy іt says:

        You can always start your own blog?

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        • 56
          Bartholomew - George Osborne's teddy says:

          Not a bad idea, except for the time, knowledge and motivation needed. Like 95% of Joe Public I rely on the media including blogs for my info. If Guido claims to be outing wrongs why is so much missing that can be found elsewhere?

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          • І dіsаpprоvе оf whаt yоu sаy, but І wіll dеfеnd tо thе dеаth yоur rіght tо sаy іt says:

            Guido cant cover everything, thats why if everyone does thier own little bit then that completes the whole picture

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          • Engineer says:

            Are you expecting Guido to publish everything about everything? Are you not prepared to look elsewhere as well?

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          • Bartholomew - George Osborne's teddy says:

            Not everything – just the big stuff.

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          • AC1 says:

            This is a blog for amusing tittle tattle.

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      • 58
        Engineer says:

        Any super-injunctions involved in any of those cases?

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        • 81
          Huw Jampton says:

          I don’t know what you mean by ‘Portillo and the strange case of Eastleigh’ . . . I know that the unfortunate Stephen Milligan was the MP for Eastleigh, Huhne is the current MP for Eastleigh, Ian Duncan Smith once got the PPC for Eastleigh, Conor Burns, to initiate some sort of petition amongst other PPCs (or maybe it was MEPs, I can’t remember) against Michael Portillo . . . and lastly that Portillo gave a talk at a place called ‘The Point’ in Eastleigh in 2007. There, my knowledge of all things to do with Eastleigh ends, so please enlighten me.

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      • 129
        Bled White Taxpayer says:

        It’s worse than you think. Football is an oik’s game, so Boris is unlikely to be trying to raise a team. It’s either rugby (a gentleman’s game, with added attractions of well-brought up violence), or even the Wall Game, which requires teams of about 30 a side.

        Cripes! Watch out SW6 Sloane Rangers. Boris is on a mission, and he’s got you in his sights. Lie back and think of England…

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    • 71
      Who's who? says:

      The 6 Luvvies are

      Joanna Lumley, Eddie Izzard, Colin Firth, Honor Blackman, Stephen Fry and Benjamin Zephaniah.

      But we are told itsa man

      Eddie Izzard, Colin Firth, Stephen Fry and Benjamin Zephaniah.

      but we are told he is well known

      Eddie Izzard, Colin Firth, Stephen Fry

      but we are told the individual has recently taken a high profile stand

      Eddie Izzard?

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      • 120
        Anonymous says:

        Eddie Izard is a self proclaimed transvestite, very open about his sexuality WTF would he get an injunction , there’s nothing that would come as a surprise surley

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    • 86
      Anonymous says:

      Still no work Billy?

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    І dіsаpprоvе оf whаt yоu sаy, but І wіll dеfеnd tо thе dеаth yоur rіght tо sаy іt says:

    And who is the AV person with a injuction out?

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  3. 3
    Up sh1t creek says:

    From 2008, it’s like watching “Have I got Old News For You.” I’m sure the establishment would like you to drop it, and “move on”. It’s the right thing to do. ;)

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    • 24
      misterned says:

      I believe that labour’s favourite phrase from those times was “let’s draw a line under it and move on”. meaning “we fucked up BIG TIME, but don’t want to talk about it.”

      Which is completely different to their behaviour with regards to the phone hacking story init?

      Even with Ed Miliband actively sucking Murdoch’s cock last week to beg the sun to back labour again, they are still not letting that hacking “scandal” lie.

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      • 105

        Actually it usually meant: “Okay, we’ve been caught doing something corrupt/treacherous/criminal, but let’s ignore that and get the BBC to show this picture showing how great we are.”

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  4. 7
    legion says:

    No wonder Marr hated bloggers: “A lot of bloggers seem to be socially inadequate, pimpled, single, slightly seedy, bald, cauliflower-nosed young men sitting in their mother’s basements and ranting.

    Scared they publish his dirty little secret ? Did the BBC know – did they pay for the injunction ?

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    • 27
      Axe The Telly Tax says:

      Socialists are ugly on the outside and even uglier on the inside.

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      • 50
        Bartholomew - George Osborne's teddy says:

        So true – although it ill becomes any such comment if you are associated with the party of Piggy Pickles, Ann (the man) Milton and Margaret Becketts twin sister, La May.

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        • 73
          Axe The Telly Tax (Haven't Paid For 6 Years) says:

          Eric may be fat but i’ll overlook it because he has helped to freeze my council tax.

          Nice one Eric :-)

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        • 138
          i really love theresa may, honest!? says:

          Oi!!!!

          i really love theresa may! this beckett bint must be bostin’ as well then!!!!

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    • 31
      Dick the Prick says:

      Only goes public because it ain’t his runt offspring – honourable chap dontcha know?

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    • 42
      Sir William Waad says:

      I don’t claim to be young, and I moved my mother out of the basement some years ago.

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    • 87
      Anonymous says:

      F*ck me Marr’s got a cheek commenting on the way people look…

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  5. 8
    Gordon Brown says:

    I love my wife.

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  6. 10
    Righty Right Wing (Mrs) says:

    How is the envelope stuffer ever going to get a safe Labour seat if this comes out?

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  7. 14
    Margaret Moran has really let herself go says:

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    • 21
      І dіsаpprоvе оf whаt yоu sаy, but І intend to die for yоur rіght tо sаy іt says:

      Phwooaaaarrr……a definite improvement on the missus.

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      • 76
        Axe The Telly Tax (Haven't Paid For 6 Years) says:

        You are David Blunkett and i claim my free passport :-)

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  8. 16
    beast says:

    Its Jeremy clarkson

    oo sorry Im wrong he got an injuction as he enjoys a sprig of SAGE on his capon

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  9. 19
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    Bit of a menage a trois…!

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  10. 20
    Huw Jampton says:

    What is it with you, Guido – why can’t you spell the words ‘injunction’ or ‘superinjunction’ properly?

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    • 23
      І dіsаpprоvе оf whаt yоu sаy, but І intend to die for yоur rіght tо sаy іt says:

      Billy Bowden and Guido are one.

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  11. 22
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Clearly it’s not just envelopes he’s stuffing.

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  12. 28
    Disgusted of Neasden says:

    Question: Is Andrew Marr in contempt of court for having broken a superinjunction?

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  13. 30
    Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

    Don’t forget the Local Press. I have had them in my pocket for years, that is why nothing has ever come out about me until this accursed blog outed me. The BBC are also onside. Sweeties, sweeties little girl.

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    • 69
      Top Men's Grooming Products says:

      1. Gillette
      2. Lynx
      3. Haribo

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    • 148
      Back seat driver says:

      Come on Handycock. You gave us the name of the girl in court. Might as well come clean and let us know just how old she was when the kissing and cuddling started. While you are at it, why not come clean about the Russians and the Rumanians too. Much more money to be made from a spectacular memoir than from any possible handout from the developers of the Tipner site.

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  14. 32
    Hellboy says:

    Nobody cared about it then and even more dont care about it now.

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  15. 33
    І dіsаpprоvе оf whаt yоu sаy, but І wіll dеfеnd tо thе dеаth yоur rіght tо sаy іt says:

    How fucked up is this country? When it is illegal to tell the truth.

    Did we really win the 2nd world war?

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  16. 35
    confused says:

    What with Mandy getting involved again is this another cover up?, don’t want to be seen in public wearing a Yes 2 Anal/Vice baseball cap.

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  17. 37
    Sir William Waad says:

    Andrew Marr is bad.

    Andrew Marr supports AV.

    Therefore AV is bad.

    I’m SO glad I’m an epsilon….

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  18. 38
    mancunian bile says:

    Please let it be “Lord Vince of Cable the almighty” . Please please please

    Its not like a pretty girl could turn his bighead is it? oh……………….

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    • 55
      Vincent of Cable says:

      I’ve ‘ad more of these hanger-on bitches than you’ve had hot dinners son, but I’ll never be caught. I have a nuclear option.

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  19. 40
    Dumbo says:

    Hi, my name is Andrew Marr and I am a sanctimonious shit.

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    • 92
      Anonymous says:

      Isn’t Marr supposed to be unbiased?
      How can he possibly express an opinion on AV and still be regarded
      as a sensible journalist?

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      • 96
        І dіsаpprоvе оf whаt yоu sаy, but І wіll dеfеnd tо thе dеаth yоur rіght tо sаy іt says:

        He never has been reguarded as a sensilbe journolist.

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  20. 41
    Commonsense says:

    Is there a Jane Pilgrim angle here?

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    • 51
      І dіsаpprоvе оf whаt yоu sаy, but І wіll dеfеnd tо thе dеаth yоur rіght tо sаy іt says:

      Probarly, Maybe he had the three of the them at the same time?

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  21. 45
    BBC telly tax = theft says:

    Why did it take him so long to find out? Was it the lack of massive ears, lack of a massive ego and lefty verbal diarrhoea as the years went by or did it take three years to get on the Jeremy Kyle Show?

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  22. 49
    Penfold says:

    It seems to be a given, that those within the political machine regularly suppress the dissemination of news stories that may embarrass a politico, or fellow hacks. It all seems to follow the old MAD policy (Mutally assured destruction).
    Whilst this very pal-ship is all well and good and ensures that their is a mutual two way exchange of stories and information, it stinks.
    It sucks and stinks as it is used for personal gain. We see Marr abusing the system to protect himself, and his fellow hacks falling over to abase themselves from dobbing a fellow hack. Equally on the other side of the game, the lobby hacks censured themselves and cheated the public by not reporting on charlie Kennedy’s alcoholism.

    They are all scum and come the revolution will get their comeuppance.

    Buy lamp-posts and hemp rope.

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      EvilPhilanthropist says:

      It seems that by digging up this article from 2008, Guido is disproving his own argument. Marr’s affair was not reported because of a super-injunction, not because of some Westminster/Media hush job to protect one of their own. Now that it has been lifted, the BBC, Guardian and Times are all reporting it, not ignoring it as you would foolishly have predicted.

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  23. 52
    Accidental Rapist says:

    What blind, ugly bitch wanted that jug-eared freak humping up and down on top of her?

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  24. 54
    Sicko says:

    Given the Guardian’s historical difficulties with spelling, I’m left uncertain whether ‘censored’ in this quotation from the linked article is supposed to be ‘censured’ or not:

    “Tory MP Louise Bagshawe was censored after dropped a hint at the identity of a married Premier League footballer…”

    ‘After dropped’ suggests slovenly editing, rather than a comment on our beloved secrecy laws, though..

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  25. 60
    Arry the Bastard says:

    The blokes always get hammered in these situations, but there’s little mention of the slappers like Alice Miles that are willing to lie back and part their piss-flaps at the drop of a hat.

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  26. 62
    Arry the Bastard says:

    First photo of Marr runt kid:

    http://tiny.cc/7lvr6

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    І dіsаpprоvе оf whаt yоu sаy, but І wіll dеfеnd tо thе dеаth yоur rіght tо sаy іt says:

    first they came for the freedom of speech and press , I said nothing…..

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  28. 68
    nell says:

    http://www.politics.co.uk/news/elections/brown-hits-scottish-campaign-trail-$21388550.htm

    And andrewmarr’s absolute best pal has now hit the scottish electioneering trail for scottish labour, promising ‘scottish jobs for scottish people’.

    That’ll be an snp win then!

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  29. 70
    Backwoodsman says:

    Re-reading Fawkes’s original story, the thing that stands out is the incredibly poor political judgement of two of the three involved, which should be sufficient grounds for dismissal from any reputable concern.
    The third one should be offered counselling by the HR Dept, on ‘how to spot a wrong ‘un.’

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  30. 77
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Hypocrisy, the buy word for those standing in judgement of others.
    The BBC, Marr, The Guardian, Balls, Miliband, Mandleson, Campbell, Blair, Brown, Harman, Straw, to name but a few.
    Mandleson is a pool of bile.

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    Tom Baldwin says:

    Guido Fawkes has defected to the Labour party.

    Long overdue and the right decision

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    • 98
      І dіsаpprоvе оf whаt yоu sаy, but І wіll dеfеnd tо thе dеаth yоur rіght tо sаy іt says:

      Not another mid-life crisis.

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  33. 97
    Who is it? says:

    According to the Twittersphere, the AV campaigner in question has the initials CBL. Any ideas?

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  34. 99
    Kevin T says:

    — —— had an affair with ——- after they attended a black mass together at —– ———‘s house where ——– ——– sacrificed a pubescent girl to Satan on an altar. ——- ended the affair after she discovered that — —— visited male brothels with —— —- and went through 10 underage rent boys a week. She has since sought comfort in the arms of fellow crack addict ——- —–, who is still a suspect in his last mistress’s murder.

    Also in the news, Pippa the Giant Panda has had twins. Andrew Marr has refused to comment.

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  35. 101
    Concrete Pump says:

    Why are the Tories so scared of the AV voting system ? Guido Fawkes is an example why I do not vote Conservative

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    • 107
      GDS says:

      and that post is an example of why you’re a tit.

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    • 117
      Kevin T says:

      Same reason many in Labour are against it, because they’re afraid they’ll lose seats to the smaller parties. The LibDems are in favour of it because they think they’ll gain seats. Milliband is for it because he has a cool £3 mill with William Hill, at 85/1 odds, that the Labour party will have ceased to exist by 2010. Now his leadership strategy begins to make sense!

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  36. 108

    “Let’s not forget that Alice Miles is the trollop who gave birth to the bastard of that jug-eared fuckstick Andrew Marr.”

    Devil’s Kitchen. Unfortunately not true, but so beautifully expressed.

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  37. 113
    Anonymous says:

    Lets hope it’s only envelopes.

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  38. 114
    EvilPhilanthropist says:

    It seems that by digging up this article from 2008, Guido is disproving his own argument. Marr’s affair was not reported because of a super-injunction, not because of some Westminster/Media hush job to protect one of their own. Now that it has been lifted, the BBC, Guardian and Times are all reporting it, not ignoring it as you would foolishly have predicted.

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    • 126
      Help is at hand says:

      Is there an echo in here? You already said that once.

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    • 128
      Polly says:

      Do you always miss the point or just sometimes?

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      • 132
        EvilPhilanthropist says:

        It appears you are the one who has missed my point. I was not commenting on the rights and wrongs of super-injunctions, or the need for a privacy bill or, as most commenters here seem to be doing, mouthing-off with sub-Littlejohn rage. I was merely pointing out that the idea of media omerta around this story (which Fawkes’ original post was about) does not stand up to any logical examination.

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  39. 122
    Sir William Waad says:

    I can see that a ‘contra mundum’ gagging order mean you’re not allowed to write about something and that you’re not allowed to write about the injunction, but are you allowed to write about writing about the injunction?

    Or could you, for instance, write something along the lines of:

    The injunctor, whose name does not begin with H, loves humbugs;
    The injunction does not concern financial dishonesty but does concern a woman of childbearing age; and
    The postman, who shaves with a cut-throat razor, went to Tenerife for his last holiday.

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  40. 123
    Anonymous says:

    So which short sighted sex starved desperate woman did jug ears put in the club?

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  41. 131
    Chris The Leatherman says:

    Ian Hislop, who did so much to expose Andrew Marr’s hypocrisy, implied on the Today show this morning that the BBC had funded Narr’s legal fees in obtaining the injunction. Is it possible to find out if the license fee payer did pay for this super injunction ? That would be a disgrace of course and Marr should be made to refund the money.

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    • 133
      Anonymous says:

      If true that is absoutely outrageous.
      Someone needs to investigate thoroughly Marr should be forced to pay it back.

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  42. 136
    Peter Biddlecombe says:

    Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross got the boot for some silly remarks. Will hypocrisy, concealment, cynical use of the Courts go unpunished ? Can’t wait to hear what Chris Patten thinks of all this.

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  43. 137
    Down With Brown! says:

    Name and shame the rest!

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  44. 143
    Anonymous says:

    Tom Baldwin is the father of Alice Miles’ child

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  45. 144
    Trouser snake says:

    Given that it seems the paternity of the offspring has been established as probably not being marr do we know who it is?

    I heard that Alice Miles likes balls?

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  46. 149
    Ed Moran says:

    OK, all right, got the f***ing message.
    You don’t like the little s*** Marr. We got the message! Honest! We know what he is but surely it’s time for a new “Comment of the Day”

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