November 15th, 2013

Worthy Winners at PAN Awards

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Two very deserving winners at the Public Affairs News awards last night. Intern Aware and the Taxpayers’ Alliance cleaned up, taking home the Voluntary Sector campaign and In House campaign of the year rewards respectively. Readers will know of Intern Aware for the support they have given to Guido’s stories exposing slave intern hypocrisy in politics and the media – recently infuriating Dods plc, publishers of, errm, Public Affairs News. Worthy winners.


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    Polly Toynbee should fuck off to Tuscany says:

    This thread is very lonely.

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      A Maimed Badger says:

      What have the people of Tuscany ever done to you ?

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      nick says:

      Has she not gone yet? Hopefully when she gets there she wont come back. Funny how she is a Labour hack when she was born with a lily up her arse. What a useless tit she is.

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    Dagenham Dave says:

    Good story.

    I will never understand why the unions have nothing to say about interns, when a zero wage job by my reckoning is worse than a minimum wage job, yet the unions feel quite strongly about the minimum wage.

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  3. 4
    Slippery when wet says:

    Looks to be a very “well groomed” chap.

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  4. 5
    Vote UKIP: get Ed (and Len!) says:

    Who is he?

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    Lord Mooncrater says:

    Tax Payers Alliance is good. Unless you are a benefit parasite like a lot of the tossers on this blog.

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