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Review of the Week by Odeon of Death: The Cummy
In Ancient Egypt, a heretical high priest named Dominhotep is brought back to life by a wicked Pharaoh (Boris Snarl-off) @OdeonofDeath's review of the week
A Paradise Lost
Otto English returns from a trip to St Lucia with fresh insights on the madness of Brexit and our frustrating sense of British complacency.
EXCLUSIVE George Clooney Scrapped Phone Hacking Movie over Hollywood's Fear of Upsetting Rupert Murdoch
Plans for Hack Attack, based on journalist Nick Davies book on the phone hacking scandal, never got off the ground due to the tycoon's great "passive power".
We Should Bury the Likes of Lord Bell Not Praise Them
Iain Overton on the death of advertising tycoon Lord Timothy Bell, an advisor to Margaret Thatcher and co-founder of the controversial firm Bell Pottinger.