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  • Evening Standard, a week later


    by Sunny
    29th May, 2008 at 2:34 pm    

    Those Evening Standard journalists eh, always quick with the journalism! I pointed out last week that Munira Mirza’s Manifesto Club was diametrically opposed to Boris Johnson’s tube drinking ban. First the Observer’s Pendennis column picked that up, and now the ES has a big story!!!! about it. Don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against her. But those sharp hacks at the ES should have picked up this amusing story ages ago. Maybe they were too bosy slobbering over Boris. More at Dave Hill.


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