The Unspeakable in Pursuit By Edward Teague

9 March 2005 — The New Dark Age

The 7th and current The Earl of Onslow, brother in law of the much lamented Auberon Waugh, is an unblushing Tory, and is the only hereditary peer to have appeared as a panellist on Have I Got News for You. He unashamedly enjoys hunting foxes and all that it involves. During a Lords debate on Anti-Hunting legislation on September 16th 2003 (Hansard Column 891 et.seq.) he memorably declared his interest:
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The BBC Photoshop’s the news By William Bowles

9 March 2005

I have been following BBC coverage on both the World Service and BBC Radio 4 as well as the BBC Website over the past few days of the shooting death of the Italian secret serviceman and the wounding of the freed Italian journalist Giuliana Sgrena. The discrepancy between eyewitness accounts of the event and the BBC’s reportage is, to put it mildly, glaring, not only by virtue of what is not reported but the manner in which the story has been covered.

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