This week 112,036 visitors made 383,684 visits to view 601,371 pages. Another big traffic week thanks to a packed domestic schedule and lots of American interest in a certain cocky Brit. The week began with huge hype over the Murdochs in the dock, and Monday and Tuesday was dominated by little else. Guido was quick to bring you the controversal emails between Downing Street and the Yard, as well as the fall out around that relationship. He also noted the silence from the Tory backbenches. The Circular Firing Squad, as well an ever-swirling Piers Morgan situation has also brought readers in.
And as if that wasn’t enough for you, Chris Huhne was interviewed again by Essex Police. Only a matter of time before the file is passed to the CPS.
Favourites this week had to include Lord Kinnock’s bonkers plans to censor the free press, Ed’s guru’s rather close-minded views on immigration, a controversial government pay rise,as well as some old friends enjoying the cricket. The campaign to “Save Gobby” also tickled many.
The top stories in order of popularity were:
- Ex-Mirror Journalist Puts Morgan’s Denial in Doubt
- News of the World Whistleblower Found Dead
- Watson Was Sent Reply
- + + + Sir Paul Stephenson Quits + + +
- + + + Yates Names Ed Llewellyn + + +
- Indy Newsroom’s Hari Missing Poster
- Mirror Group’s Sly Warning Cuts No Ice
You’re either in front of Guido, or you are behind…