July 15th, 2011

Russia Today Anchorman Accuses
Sunday Mirror Editor of Phone Hacking Knowledge

Mirror Group CEO Sly Bailey has written to advertisers telling them that “our brands are trusted and respected” providing a “viable and valuable route to this important Sunday market…” Might those words come back to haunt her soon?

Sunday Mirror editor Tina Weaver has been accused directly by Max Keiser of Russia Today of knowing about phone hacking. He makes a series of claims about Weaver’s knowledge of phone hacking including that in 2002 she was aware of Piers Morgan knowledge of the neat little trick. Let the circular firing squad begin…


182 Comments

  1. 1
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Media wars

    Grabs popcorn

    Are the BBC running with this?

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    • 6
      lloyd says:

      “Are the BBC running with this” – don’t hold your breath.

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    • 53
      So what? says:

      I really can not get excited over this so called phone hacking. They were all at it and now they are all denying it becuse to admit it in 2011 means going to gaol.

      I can not even get too upset over listening in to Milly Dowlers vmail as I suspect it was mainly about trying to find where she might be.

      It was right to expose prescott, it was right to expose Hugh grant and Max Mosley had it coming as too did that Bryant creature.

      So there.

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      • 72
        Cat says:

        BRAVO! Well put.

        Perfect week to hide bad news though.

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        • 155
          non believer says:

          Bravo?

          This nob is trying to minimise the hacking of a child murder victime you prick!

          29 thumbs ups?

          bottom feeding scum certainly getting a look in today.

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      • 98
        Anonymous says:

        Can I just add that it would also be right to prosecute Prescott and Blunket amongst others.

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        • 128
          John Bellingham says:

          Read Gilligan’s column in the Telegraph re: Boris’s Mayor’s Questions re: Ken Livingstones’ bungs and deals!

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          • Anonymous says:

            According to that fine upstanding member of society Alistair Campbell, Gilligan is “a disgrace to journalism” I think the english translation of that is “he had me bang to rights”

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      • 101
        sockpuppet #4 says:

        Mosley + Grant stories weren’t obtained with any illegal means were they?

        Milly Dowler: The police could have downgraded their efforts to find her if they thought she was alive. And could have gone off the leads to bellfield. If they’d have caught him back then, he wouldnt have murdered more women.

        The police could find out where the phone was, if it was on.

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        • 151
          Anonymous says:

          The police might have caught Bellfield sooner if they hadn’t waited 2 years to find someone in at his home, next to the street Milly went missing I may add, and then when the new resident advised them they didn’t live in the flat in 2002 they made no effort to find out who did.

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      • 153
        Anonymous says:

        Hugh Grant was arrested by the police on Sunset Boulevard whilst getting a blow job from Devine Brown. I can’t understand how the NOTW are getting blamed for that one.

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      • 179
        jabbathecat says:

        Man after my own heart, well said.

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    • 54
      nell says:

      Apparently today they’ve been taken over by prezza and twatson who are doing the jobs of their striking journalists.

      So no they’re not running with this .

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    • 139
      Crumbs. says:

      Just wish I had put everything I have into popcorn futures.

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  2. 2
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    So Murdoch has the Russians on board?

    Very intresting……

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    • 4
      Bill d'Sarse says:

      That comment sounds so much better if it’s done with an eastern European accent. :)

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    • 18
      Meter Reader says:

      If he does then he and his family are in good company. Murdoch’s son Lachlan has a fucking tatoo, for Christ’s sake. Obviously the sort of wealthy chav the Russians know so well.

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  3. 3
    Bill d'Sarse says:

    The start of things coming back to bite people on the a*se. I wonder how many editors are now wondering whether they should have been so vociferous in their condemnation of NI?

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  4. 5
    dadsfortwoaircraftcarriers says:

    Max Keiser may be right about his facts, who knows. If only he would turn some of his ire onto the people that pay his bills. I love his selectivity, and Russia Today is only a short step to Press TV.

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    • 126
      Archer Karcher says:

      Max Keiser, Peter Schiff and Gerald Calente are bang on the money, ignore them at your peril.
      As for RT, yes it is slanted and biased in many areas, though nowhere nearly as badly as the useless, lying, BBC, who would have you believe the worst thing in the world today, is some celebrity tart’s voicemail being hacked.

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      • 171
        Mirror, mirror on the wall... says:

        Yes, Max Keiser et al are right on the money – they just add a bit more colour and volume to the message. The people they are unmasking certainly don’t like the truth being told about the global financial ponzi scheme we are enduring.

        Anyway, I fondly remember Max Keiser describing that loathsome warmongerer and traitor Tony Blair on air as a bag of dog shit – so Max is OK in my book!

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      • 180
        jabbathecat says:

        RT is the official broadcast propaganda channel of the KGB.

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  5. 7

    I’m shocked, shocked to find that this is going on in here!

    [a hack hands over a big pile of money]
    Hack: Your money, sir.
    Oh, thank you very much.

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  6. 8
    DR says:

    A Russian complaining about snooping and hacking? Whatever next?

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  7. 9
    A Moral says:

    And the stuffed up little jerk that is Rusbridger is expecting a knock at the door very very soon!

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  8. 10
    2002 ? says:

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    • 107
      The reading public says:

      Why don’t you tell us Brillo? It’s what you journalists are paid for.

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    • 156
      Anonymous says:

      Probably because a Private Investigator hacking into a phone of a missing child wasn’t considered a particularly serious crime when they were looking for said child and of course it isn’t a serious crime or at least wasn’t until Britain had a fit of Diana like hysteria over the past 10 days.

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  9. 11
    That's News says:

    They can’t say they were not warned. Wonder what the Labour spin machine has to say on this?

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  10. 12
    Lord Lucan says:

    Tina just as corrupt as Coulson, Brooks etc. All the newspapers and potentially some broadcasters have been the beneficiary of “hacked” information. What’s the market in Piers being still at CNN in 3 months?

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    • 22
      The Media Will Bum Itself Senseless says:

      Still? As in lifeless? Oh, I do hope so.

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    • 136
      ichabod says:

      Is Tina as glamorous as Rebekah Wade, or is she merely as objectionable and bullying . I certainly hope she’s more competent–did anyone else hear Ann Leslie inform us that la Wade?Brooks turned down the MP’s expenses story (before the Torygraph picked it up ) because, er, it had no sex in it…..!!!!

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    • 160
      Anonymous says:

      If all the press had stuck together and admitted it happened on all the papers, that they were sorry and it wouldn’t happen again the MPs would have had nowhere to go. But they all jumped on the bandwagon and now the MPs are going to roger the lot of them with a thick wire brush. Fuckin’ lunatics.

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  11. 13
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    So this is the story to deflect attention from the European Bank stress test today. LOL

    I hope the Teletubby Labourgraph can survive the fallout at Barclays :-)

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  12. 14
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    So this is the story to deflect attention from the Europe*an Bank stress test today. LOL

    I hope the Teletubby Labourgraph can survive the fallout at Barclays :-)

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    • 30
      The Media Will Bum Itself Senseless says:

      The Storygraph is a paragon of virtue and have only touched on the troubles at NI once or twice.

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  13. 16
    Here again says:

    Tempting to take your eye off the ball, isn’t it.

    Dochgate.

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  14. 17
    nell says:

    Well done militwit you’ve set a forest fire and now it’s heading towards labour’s house!

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    • 24
      Broon Stain on PM's Office says:

      Its ok Nell, I will calm things down and save the day.

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      • 31
        nell says:

        I have a spare gallon of petrol I keep in the garage for my lawnmower would that help?

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        • 49
          Gordzilla says:

          My quiet, diplomatic strategy to save the world (well ok NoW) can only be improved by that. I had already spoken to my advisors about using petrol to dampen the flames and despite their objections, I have over-ruled them again like I did yesterday to my great credit. The Labour party will surely put me forward for a knighthood for yesterday’s efforts in the commons where all right-thinking people, like Sad Dick Cahn, twittered in awe of me.

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  15. 19
    Moussa Koussa says:

    Russia today anchorman….LOL… Barrel = Bottom

    These attempts our very very very pathetic. “””Attack isn’t always the best form of Defence”””” especially if the attacks are as feeble as this.

    Poor old Guido and his minions at Tory HQ, trying desperately to open up another front are failing miserably

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    • 35
      Lefty mouthpiece says:

      you really a fruitloop.

      Just because all Labour blogs have to have Union or party funding to keep their dull, sterile, partisan propaganda pages on the net, does not mean ALL blogs do.

      Advertising. It really caught on in the 1960’s. I’m surprised you’ve never heard about it.

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    • 36
      Bbbc says:

      Well myarse kissarse if it’s wrong then it will be proved so by better minds then the one your missing ! unlike all your smears and Eddies fondling !

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    • 42
      42 says:

      Didn’t we terminate your terrorist brother with extreme prejudice?

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    • 174
      Osama the Nazarene says:

      Better check in the Mirror Koussa.

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    • 176
      Dorian Smith says:

      I love the fact the person who uses Moussa Koussa as a name to post here thinks his posts are important and make any difference, best comedy since Gordon’s speech.

      Keep up the good work.

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  16. 20
    Penfold says:

    So the great terror begins and we tear our media to shreds.

    Cui bono?

    The left of course, smug and self satisfied and carrying out their subversive good works. We must all realise that that old adage about the end justifying the means came from the left and has been the left’s mantra for decades.

    Our media has been out of control for decades, but that has been tacitly sanctioned by our politicoes, left and tight, who have benefited and turned a blind eye.

    Let us ensure that the arrows of our revenge find ALL their targets.

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  17. 21
    Biased Broadcasting Corporation Executive says:

    I’ve always wondered where we get our exclusive’s.

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  18. 23
    Moussa Koussa says:

    I see the Gidders claims of being hacked didnt last very long…..Can only wonder why

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  19. 27
    The Anglo Saxon says:

    Campbell, The Lord of Darkness, Blair, Brown, Prescott, Morgan et al.
    The question is whom didn’t know what was going on ?
    The upper circle’s of NuLiebour and other parties KNEW this has been going on for years and now suddenly they all say that they are appalled to hear this. They should be all called to task and locked up for many years, Hypocrites the lot of them.

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  20. 28
    puzzled old git says:

    I’ve followed the links & am none the wiser.

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  21. 34
    Can we arrest all MPs before they go on holiday says:

    heather brook on data and hacking

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/jul/14/corrupt-power-cartel-civic-journalism

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  22. 37
    2 Para says:

    Lest we forget.

    That toerag Morgan put British troops in danger.

    2 Para have ordered the popcorn by the bucket – lets see that champagne socialist smirk his way out of this one.

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  23. 38
    Sir Reginald Titbrain [Decd.} says:

    Quite apart from which it’s beginning to look like the Police are the real baddies in all this, so the difficult question as to who had responsibility for them might arise.

    Tip to Fatty Watson: Make sure you are facing the correct set of posts before you shoot.

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  24. 55
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    http://www.ukip.tv/

    See a real Tory take the fight to the corrupt EUSSR.

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  25. 56
    Gregory Lauder-Frost says:

    For at least the past 60 years the press and journalists have had a disgusting reputation. After MPs they were always at the bottom of a list of 10 most disliked professions (its not a profession, of course, just a job). So really, I cannot see why anyone is surprised by all this. Journalists and modern celebrities are disgusting in equal measure. They have been building each other up to stardom level in the past few decades, trying to tell us how marvellous a newsreader is, for instance. I am so terribly pleased that once again the public can see what a grubby ‘profession’ this actually is. Anyone who has suffered at their hands will be happy about this scandal.

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  26. 57
    Piers Morgan says:

    One day Guido, you might hope to have my kind of life. Great job, beautiful wife, widely admired for my intellect and social skills. Until then, you can just keep watching and wishing.

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    • 114
      2 Para says:

      We are watching you Piers. And waiting.

      Your downfall will be delicious to every soldier in the British Army.

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    • 118
      knob watch says:

      Haha….I love satire.

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    • 135
      Jack Ketch says:

      As you said recently to some vacuous dork on “America’s got no Talent”—“This is as good as it gets”. That may well be the cry of the sodomites as you walk into Brixton nick.

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      • 152
        Archer Karcher says:

        I am pretty certain that being sodomised will not be a new experience for Moron.

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  27. 58
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    I hope this doesnt end up with state controlled media.

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    • 59
      Sir William Waad says:

      Worse than a media-controlled state?

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      • 67
        Nick Clegg says:

        Or controlled state-media

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      • 76
        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        But the media is not one view, it is many, left,right,centre, extreme left , right.

        The state is.

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        • 85
          Normski Tebbit says:

          Not at the BBC it ain’t

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          • A BBC Spokesperson says:

            We have looked carefully at our output and based on our findings, reject any suggestion of bias.
            In our quest for total impartiality, we allow views from across the entire political spectrum.
            Of course to accurately reflect the views of the country at large, we ensure that all right wing views are balanced with at least four left wing views, to ensure our unique balance and fairness.
            I trust this clarifies the BBC’s position and helps you to understand more fully, our committment to honest, impartial and fair reporting.

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    • 73
      The BBC are cunts says:

      Relax. We’ve got it all under control.

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    • 81
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      The trick, as I’ve said before, is that everyone should be clear about what is serious journalism and what is the daft bollocks.

      If they use illegal methods for stories that are daft bollocks, they are just kicking themselves in the nuts.

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      • 162
        Archer Karcher says:

        When the law prevents free speech, honest reporting or disclosing wrong doing, it is your duty to break it.
        In every tyranny on earth, the law is used to silence people and justify imprisoning those who the state and the powerful want silenced.

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    • 106
      annette curton says:

      I think your starting point could be due some revision. :)

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  28. 60
    annette curton says:

    Well what about that bottle of scrubber folient that I ordered from a NI newspaper Ad, it took my face down to the bone, no wonder they gave all the proceeds to charity.

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  29. 64
    RetardEd says:

    No Gordon, I said why did you stick your oar in.

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  30. 65
    Ed Miliband says:

    I think ith fair to thay, that this doth not require a judge-led invethtigathion.

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    • 70
      Nick Clegg says:

      I bestride the political scene like a giant. I have returned to my leaders debate high. You’re dead Eddy boy.

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    • 163
      RetardEd says:

      I am tthhinking ef calling in Pwod. Thewre needz to be an invethtigation. Perhaps you can help?

      1. Thewre’s a huge empty can in Labour party offithies
      2, Thewre’s worms all over – and tests show that nearly all of them are over 14 months old, some are up to 15 years old!

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  31. 74
    Anonymous says:

    “our brands are trusted and respected”

    Hang on a mo… wasn’t it the Mirror group of brands which staged fake photographs of British soldiers urinating on Iraqi prisoners?

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  32. 77
    Toilets MugLiar says:

    Who’d fookin’ thunk it ???

    Ah thought we wuz whiter than white, purer than pure. That’s what B£iar told us.

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  33. 78
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Makes you wonder who and what is involved. Mandleson and the Russian oligarch might be a good starting point. How did Mandy afford his multi million pound house.
    Who’s bunging who, who’s blackmailing who, who’s bribing who.
    One thing that is definite is that all of the labour front bench are Brown’s scum.

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  34. 79
    A wanker from the BBC says:

    As much as we would like to cover this, I’m afraid we’re still committed to laying into Murdoch. Plus some of the brothers are on strike and the brothers not on strike are busy laying into Murdoch. Sorry.

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  35. 82
    Sir Micheal Shyte of that ilk says:

    Surely the BBC has done some hacking in its time

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    • 94
      Infuriated of West Mids says:

      I would gladly give up 50% of my testicle allowance if that were proven to be the case.

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    • 107
      Criss Cross Pattern says:

      Staff Notice
      Like the public, I am horrified at the thought of hacking at the Blair / Brown Broadcasting Corp. I have set a strategy to reduce the number of Senior Management hacking positions. Hackers will no longer receive bonuses and expenses will be eliminated (this is not as bad as you may think as I’ve spoken to Paul and the Met will take you all out to dinner). There will be a 17% cut in the pay of all new hackers.

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    • 147
      Cat says:

      I don’t think they’re bright enough. Barely capable of copying down their Gu@rdian quotes properly. It’s a bit much to expect presenters to come up with their own point of view AS WELL as read an autocue without squinting.

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    • 164
      A wanker from the BBC says:

      We at the BBC do not use hacking or blagging, Nor do we pay policemen for information. We uncover things using a secret ‘fourth way’. It is so secret that even I do not know what it is.

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      • 173
        Lord Eaves of Dropping says:

        It’s not so secret that we at GCHQ don’t know EVERYTHING about EVERYONE.
        MOOOWAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!

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  36. 83
    Joss Taskin says:

    Will Gordon shed a tear at this news ?????

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    • 113
      Gordzilla says:

      I’ll let you know things have been so bad that I have just ordered a large box of tampons to hang under my eyes.

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  37. 87
    A FINE PAIR OF LUNGS! says:

    Hehe! The Mirror has hacked!

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  38. 88
  39. 90
    Reverend Andy Coulson says:

    Run The Nose (Snot) –

    Quote Of The Day: David Cameron admits he sometimes blows snot bubbles.

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  40. 92
    Honka says:

    We are watching the transfer of power away from the political class

    I am not sure where the power will end up, maybe the people will riot?

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    • 104
      Charlie Gilmour says:

      You’ll have to go on without me I’m afraid, lads. I’m a bit tied up for the next few months.

      Got to dash – Big Al needs some lovin’.

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      • 125
        Another twat in the Jail says:

        Your dad wrote a song for your court appearance today its called “Time”

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  41. 93
    non believer says:

    Some cockmuncher ‘libertarian’ a few comments above defends phone hacking, and even tries to make out that hacking Millie Dowlers phone wasn’t so bad because they were trying to find out where she was?!

    This place is officially beyond parody.

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    • 96
      non believer says:

      and gets 15 thumbs up from other “libertarian” hypocrites too.

      pathetic.

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      • 110
        non believer says:

        and another thing I’ve just thought of to be angry about without understanding context.

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      • 112
        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        1: you make the mistake of thinking everyone who comments on here is a libertarin.

        2: Guido is not a liberterian

        3: Not everyone uses the thumb ratings.

        It would be like me going on Labourlist and saying all socailists are nazi because Hitler was a socailist.

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        • 149
          non believer says:

          “1: you make the mistake of thinking everyone who comments on here is a libertarin.”

          I don’t make that mistake, I think most on here describe themselves as libertarian when they’re actually just run of the mill Tories who are too embarrassed to ally themselves with the softcocks currently masquerading as Conservatives.

          “2: Guido is not a liberterian”

          You sure about that Billy? He’s described himself as such, and as much as you hang out of his arse I doubt you know his political leanings better than he does.

          3: Not everyone uses the thumb ratings.

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    • 121
      2 Para says:

      Take a full refund and fuck off.

      Dismissed.

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    • 131
      Nostalgic For Parody Like In The Good Old Days says:

      That’s the trouble with modern Britain. People like you just aren’t prepared to put in the hard graft and make a decent fist of things. Not like those lovely Eastern Europeans. They can have a laugh at anything and are still willing to do 15 hours a day overtime at weekends.

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  42. 103
    A FINE PAIR OF LUNGS says:

    Mirror? Can they hack a hacking cough? The Mirror will crack sooner or later.

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  43. 111
    Crap Magic says:

    You don’t have to be a Mindreader to know that the Mirror has been playing nasty tricks and they are next for a good kick in nuts.

    Like

  44. 115
    Dennis Skinner says:

    Just 24 hours after judge David Selwood avoided prison, Eton College master Ian McAuslan also avoided jail even though he admitted possessing over 2,000 images of children, 200 of them described as indecent. Magistrates imposed a sentence of only nine months, suspended for two years.

    The judge did not even make an order forbidding McAuslan from working with children. It certainly pays to know the right people and confirms yet again that there’s one law for them, and another law for the rest of us

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    • 130
      Tom Badwind says:

      I’m sure you have researched the evidence fully and this is not a specious rant at all.
      Now fuck off and play hopscotch on the M25, there’s a good soviet.

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    • 181
      handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

      Dennis you are absolutely correct and I know the right people. Boaz.

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  45. 116
    Anonymous says:

    Hello Tories,

    Max Keiser is not a “Russia Today anchor” – he presents a twice-weekly opinion piece on Russia Today about financial markets (he’s American, former Wall St. trader), focusing on scandal and corruption (he refers to the big banks as “financial terrorists”).

    According to his sources, 10k a day to a certain son-in-law’s PR company would ensure a celebrity was kept out of a certain father-in-law’s newspaper.

    He also presents a show on Press TV…

    Back to your regularly scheduled “discussion” thread.

    God Is Great,
    Allah allah allah

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  46. 120
    Paddy's crap jokes says:

    I used to wipe my arse with Mirror until the doctor told me not too after he picked the glass out of my anus.

    Like

    • 148
      Loungelizard says:

      What did St Patrick say to the snakes as he drove them out of Ireland ? ‘Are yizz alright in the back there lads?’

      Like

  47. 122
    Worse Than Politicians (just) says:

    Sly Bailey, emphasis on the first name!

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  48. 123
    Freedom2choose says:

    Smoking Mirrors? I can’t get mine to light.

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  49. 127
    Tiny Piers Organ says:

    Mirror Mirror on the wall who has the smallest cock of all?

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    • 133
      Mirror Mirror says:

      Why, you do of course Piers and the most obscene of mealy little mouths as well!

      Like

    • 134
      Lard Presclott of Bulimia, Bog Seats, Beams,Bellies,Banjos,Punches, Croquet, Pies, Jags 'n' Shags says:

      :(

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  50. 129
    Worse Than Politicians (just) says:

    She is from good old mag hag stock, these are not normal people, normality, empathy, sympathy, ethics, morality all have to be left at the door on the way in, all in favour of profit and ego.

    Like

  51. 132
    nell says:

    Well let’s look at it this way – the mirror has employed and employs ‘people’ like alicampbell, maguire and piers.

    What do you expect?

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  52. 137
    Robert Maxwell (Capt) says:

    Wouldn’t have happened in my day at the Mirror. Bless it.

    Having an editor named Sly. Dead giveaway.

    Now Honest Bob, Sir or Captain Bob, Sir as the cringing serf Pears Morgan used to address the ground in my presence had style.

    I am glad I am not around to see it.

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  53. 138
    Winny in a wheelchair says:

    THE BBC TRUST can jog on. No it can’t, I forgot it is a Spineless pile of sh*t!

    Like

  54. 150
    Prezza the Scab says:

    Result! The BBC has taken a turn to the right in its reporting as Presclott seems to have taken over as the new, balanced, (w) anchorman. Uber-Marxist striking journo’s complain that the new ultra-right-wing agenda of Presclott is a disgrace and he’s a scab to boot.

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  55. 157
    Sick of being followed about by the useless Edinburgh Dogshite says:

    Time for money grubbing press to fuck off!

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  56. 177
    Ransack the Elder says:

    Remember the City Slickers shares scandal? That involved Piers Morgan and Tina Weaver at the Daily Mirror. Wonder if there’s a phone hacking angle to that story.

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  57. 182
    Johann Hari says:

    Tina Weaverknew

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