Archive for March 14th, 2014

March 14, 2014

Hacking trial hears of Diana’s ‘phone revenge on Charles’

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‘Do not insert into inner ear’

The phone-hacking trial heard today that Diana used “specially trained tiny bees” to take revenge on her promiscuous husband, Charles.

The former royal editor of the News of the World, Clive Goodman, told the court that “In exchange for a list of secret royal phone numbers, Diana was supplied with very small bees, which she sent down the phone line to sting the Prince’s inner ear.”

St James’ Palace has not yet confirmed or denied the rumour, though a source close to the Prince did say that Charles was admitted to the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear hospital, shortly after the collapse of the

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March 14, 2014

Tony Benn obituary: by George Galloway

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“I know it’s hard, but try not to think about me all day, and do spare Tony a thought if you can.”

It was with great sadness that I heard this morning about the death of our second most senior statesman on the Left, Tony Benn.

Tony was a great friend to many, and a source of huge knowledge, thanks to what he learned from me.

Though I was of course the younger, more attractive, more sexually potent and indefatigable man, nevertheless he always intelligently listened, and had much to tell me about how amazing I am.

I can

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March 14, 2014

Politicians ‘Greatly relieved’ as Benn’s death drastically lowers bar

by philapilus
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“Had a brain, integrity, and believed in things. Not our sort of person at all”

As tributes poured in for Labour politician and peace campaigner Tony Benn, MPs admitted feeling a massive sense of relief.

Ed Miliband said “Obviously this is incredibly sad, but it isn’t without its upside.

“Mr Benn, was a politican of the ‘old school’. He thought about things quite hard, worked out what he believed was the right thing to do, and then stuck by it.

“That kind of anachronistic behaviour has not been appropriate in

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