September 10th, 2013

Phillip Schofield Oblivious to Irony

This would be the same Phillip Schofield who cost ITV £125,000 in damages after smearing Lord McAlpine as a nonce…


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  1. 1
    Ed Milicoward. says:

    This Morning is utter TRIPE. I never watch it! This Morning have turned ruining people’s into an art!

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  2. 2
    Lukewarm says:

    The guy was accused of a crime, put on trial, justice was done and he was acquitted.
    Which bit is Philip Schofield complaining about? Which bit would he rather not happen? Maybe the police should have ignored the young girl’s claims? No. Maybe let him off without investigating? No.

    What a thick git…

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    • 6
      Lord Stansted says:

      That’s a media tosser for you. Fortunately I had not heard of Schofield before today, but I gather he’s on the telly.

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    • 8
      East India Company Wallah says:

      What he meant was (people who appear on the telly-like himself-should not be scrutinised by mere oiks no matter the nature of the complaint)
      Turner will return to that crap bore fest and all the braindead who watch it will think no less of him- he will be fine

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    • 32
      Laughing hangman says:

      Yes, he is thick but he tried to set up McCalpine to the world accusing him of the same thing, just using ‘the court of public opinion’ with no defence available. I’m glad it cost them £125,000.

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    • 33
      Anonymous says:

      Well the bit about 2 Drs not finding any evidence that the “victim” had been raped or any DNA evidence, i presume is what he was reffering to.

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  3. 3
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Phillip Schofield admits he is a bloody ridiculous person :-)

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  4. 4
    Shapps=shitehawk says:

    Well we all know that Lord McAlpine was completely exonerated in that particular virago but the mystery remains. Why did he not sue “Scallywag” who made extremely disturbing allegations against him? This article is readily available to peruse with just a little searching online.

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    • 9
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      He didn’t have to sue, (or Sally) they all coughed up undisclosed amounts to settle out of court which I believe went to charity.

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      • 14
        Shapps=shitehawk says:

        Er no. This was much,much earlier than the sally bercow twittergate affair.He didn’t sue and didn’t donate any money to charity at that time. I dont know of the voracity of the claims but they are very difficult to read and troubling in their content.www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/?p=60135‎

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    • 12
      Aydodge E. Scheisster QC says:

      They went b-a-n-k-r-u-p-t and presumably the editor and publisher have their own personal fortunes well-hidden in all sorts of asset-protection schemes– you wouldn’t go into that line of publishing if you thought the objects of your reporting could get to you personally on a libel judgment.

      Lord Ali Mac was just observing Willie Sutton’s Law– “You go where the money is” –not where it ain’t.

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  5. 5
    Irritable Sod says:

    Philip Schofield: a man of many opinions, quite a few of which (allegedly) are not valid.

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  6. 7
    Gordon the Gopher says:

    I could tell you a thing or two about Phil – he kept me in a broom cupboard, the b*stard.

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  7. 13
    Ed Milicoward. says:

    Philip Schofied is SCUM!

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  8. 19
    Philip Schofield says:

    I have a list that I got off google, it’s a selective list.

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  9. 24
    Scottish Chav says:

    they would have been better employing the bl00dy gopher! At least he had integrity!

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  10. 26
    ancientpopeye says:

    Suggesting that no TV “actor” or presenter should ever be charged with any crime or misdemeanour because he might be innocent.
    That would certainly empty the prisons.

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  11. 31
    Klaus Henchmann says:

    The actor is in the clear. The Jury says so.

    Others seem not to need ‘proceedings’ taken to be found innocent of charges made against them.

    How does that work ?

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  12. 35
    GDS says:

    Schofield is pigshit thick and probably can’t spell irony.

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  13. 38
    Lexander says:

    Schofield certainly can’t write correctly. I am amazed that he is still in a job.

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