October 23rd, 2012

Sven Comes After Piers and the Mirror

After more than a year of stories dripping out, the Mirror is finally facing their first phonehacking court cases. Sven, Ulrika and Piers. Remember this?


40 Comments

  1. 1
    Piers "nothing between the ears" Morgan says:

    Couldn’t happen to a more deserving cock.

    BBC: You’re next.

    • 12
      The Odious Denis MacShame says:

      I’m glad to see that the Guardian is still being subsidise through public money paying for adverts for public sector jobs – thank you David Cameron.

    • 33
      pissed off voter says:

      Lot of chickens coming home to roost and mostly they are highlighting corruption in the higher echelons of once-respected organisations. Revolution cannot be far away. lol

  2. 2
    Kevin Maquire says:

    Ha ha ha.

  3. 3
    Technomist says:

    What took them so long?

  4. 4
    Tears from Piers says:
    • 27
      Moron's a Moron says:

      Not anything like as pathetic as your failing show on CNN, eh Mr Piers Stefan Pughe-Morgan??

  5. 5
    Polly Pot says:

    We’re all bored with phone hacking now.
    Lets focus on something else.

  6. 6
    Amounderness Lad says:

    Now, now, Guido, you know only those nasty papers owned by the Murdochs would ever do such terrible things.

    How dare anybody point fingers elsewhere, that wasn’t the aim of the hysteria whipped up by certain politicians and their propaganda slaves in certain sections of the media at all.

    • 7
      Doris says:

      The law of unintended consequences, the circular firing squad again, and Oh! what a tangled web they weave when once they practice to deceive.

      • 35
        Anonymous says:

        It is fantastic that the hysteria, caused by Milliband and co demanding enquiries every 5 minutes, is now seeping into every area. Hopefully the labour mps blagging thousands a year from the rent scam will all beexposed.

  7. 9
    Some Twat up North says:

    Year Zero?

  8. 10
    I agree with Piers says:
    • 29
      Norman Stanley Fletcher says:

      Of course he looked disloyal. It’s because he is disloyal. Did you expect anything else from a politician?

  9. 11

    Piers will not even get to start his job in New York.

    I bet.

  10. 13
    chris gale says:

    what is all this ‘stepping aside’ bollocks?

    is it a new dance craze?

    has the bbc challenged gangnam culture?

    what is ‘stepping down’?????

    • 21
      Anonymous says:

      Is stepping aside the new gardening leave?

    • 23
      Barry Gibb says:

      Me and my bros did a song about it once:

      “Doo, doo, doo, doo, steppin’ aside, steppin’ aside”

    • 26
      Anon E Mouse says:

      Yes it’s called the Time Warp

    • 36
      Anonymous says:

      It must be the acceptable way of being sacked, but nobody will realise until charges are made. Then the Beeb (sorry,! i mean the organisation ) can appear to have distanced itself “ages ago”.

    • 39
      Tiger Tiger says:

      It’s a euphemism for continuing to be paid whilst hiding until the fuss has blown over.

  11. 14
    Call me Dave says:

    My position is becoming more untenable by the day.

    “The Labour lead is growing rather than narrowing.”

  12. 16
    Bluebottle says:

    Who are these three foreigners ?

    I bet they do not live in the UK .

    Perhaps they pay their taxes here .

  13. 17
    Tom Tw@son says:

    All this phone hacking business is ancient history.

  14. 18
    Mirror editor says:

    Lessons have been learned.

    • 28
      Whining Beeboid says:

      And we are desperately – but unsucessfully – trying to draw a line and move on, in the same way that our master T Bliar always tried to do…..

  15. 19
    Anonymous says:

    Difficult for BBC this – opportunity to divert attention from themselves but have to change hacking narrative to do so – ha ha ha ha

  16. 22
    Westminster Gossip says:

    Is there no integrity left in the mainstream media? This issue should come alive in the US media where Morgan is a star…

  17. 24
    Maggies Pearl Necklace says:

    “pants on fire Piers” here have some petrol……………

  18. 25

    Panorama said it had failed to find evidence of a “BBC cover-up” over the Newsnight decision.

    Its right hand has cleared its left hand of any wrongdoing.

    That is that then.

    Goodnight children, everywhere.

  19. 30
    Brucie, Labrador says:

    Come on Tom Watson, get an attack commitee going, get yourself constantly on BBC TV and put this Labour-supporting paper out of business. You know it’s only fair!

  20. 32
    Baron Hogwash says:

    This is not right, how can anyone think such things of The Mirror and Piers. I hope that Tomwato, Milliband, Chrissy Bryant will not be shouting from roof tops for an inquiry, o lordy a public inquiry.

  21. 34
    Brown out and pay me damages says:

    Hahahahahahahaha
    Hahahahahahahaha


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