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Features Writer — Daily Mail
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I write features for the Daily Mail, and according to a few of our online readers am also a bad dad with shit wallpaper

Deadly 999 shambles: Heartbreaking stories that reveal when you call for an ambulance in Wales - where Labour runs the NHS - you are taking a life-or-death gamble | Daily Mail Online — Revealed: Heartbreaking stories of patients who died after being left to wait Many left to wait in ambulances because there were no beds for them Others faced long waits after ambulances were called during emergencies Sonia Powell passed away in an ambulance outside Morriston Hospital Phyllis Williams, 84, had to wait outside hospital while suffering a seizure It's the devastating series that blows apart claims by Ed Miliband that only Labour can be trusted on health.

Joan Rivers: 'I'm the funniest person performing stand-up today' — A couple of weeks ago, I went to see the comedy veteran Joan Rivers perform her stand-up routine at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas. If you are unfamiliar with Joan's work and of a delicate disposition, please look away now.

In Blair's £6m mansion: celebrity-packed revelry for Cherie's 60th. In the Middle East: devastation. Foie gras and a freebie show by Bobby Davro - how peace envoy Tony Blair partied as Gaza was left like this | Mail Online — No fewer than 150 guests attended Friday's festivities including politicians, TV celebrities, socialites, Westminster fixers and multi-millionaire businessmen They proceeded to a silk-lined marquee for a three-course dinner followed by dancing Blairs love to get bargains and Bobby Davro performed for free instead of usual £4,000 fee By Guy Adams No matter how many homes they own, or how limitless the extent of their wealth, one fact remains eternal: Tony and Cherie Blair love few things in their gilded lives quite so much as a freebie.

Putin and the Prince of Darkness: Revealed: the web of links between Peter Mandelson's shadowy global consultancy firm and the billionaire power brokers of Putin's Russia | Mail Online — By Guy Adams With its white marble floors and wood-panelled walls, the prestigious building just north of London's Oxford Street couldn't be further removed from the working class streets of Hartlepool, which he represented as MP.

Revealed: The knights, peers and even members of the Royal Family who are now on the payroll of Russian oligarchs — By Guy Adams With a cynical grin, Russian business magnate Kirill Babayev told an audience of his peers how to inveigle their way into the British Establishment. The first step, he declared, is to hire a few 'grey-haired' members of the House of Lords to act as 'consultants', or non-executive directors, of your company.

As Cameron talks tough on Russia, scrutiny grows over the oligarchs and Putin cronies showering the Tories with Moscow's millions — By Guy Adams As bidding passed the £100,000 mark, guests at this year's Conservative Summer Party broke into spontaneous applause. For sale was what auctioneer Hugo Swire, a Foreign Office minister and former director of Sotheby's, billed as a 'once-in-a-lifetime' experience: the chance to play a tennis match with both David Cameron and Boris Johnson.

Chilling day Special Branch swooped to seize ANOTHER dossier on VIP abusers: 16 MPs' names mentioned in 1984 report on paedophile lobby's influence in Westminster | Mail Online — By Guy Adams The knock on the door came early one day in the famously dry summer of 1984. It was just after 8 am, and Don Hale, the young editor of the Bury Messenger, was reading the daily papers at his desk as his reporters were beginning to arrive at the office.

America's first Mormon president? — A statue of the angel Moroni gazes triumphantly over Salt Lake City. Covered in gold leaf and clutching a bugle, he glistens amid an identikit cluster of skyscrapers and fast-food outlets of Utah's largest metropolis.

Expose of true extent of Westminster paedophile ring scandal — Steven Smith was chairman of Paedophile Information Exchange Ran PIE from desk in Home Office and stored child porn in cabinets Barry Cutler, Secretary of PIE, also worked at Home Office in security By Guy Adams Deep inside the British Library, on the shelves of a 'restricted' section off-limits to casual visitors, lies a little-known book called The Betrayal Of Youth.

Error that's left British executive Mark Reilly facing 20 years in a Chinese jail — Mark Reilly, 52, was a high-flying businessman with GlaxoSmithKline Police raided GSK's offices and questioned him amid bribery claims In May he was formally accused of presiding over 'massive bribery network' It's emerged that investigation was triggered by sex tape featuring Mr Reilly 'Regardless of facts, Mark Reilly will be found guilty,' said one legal expert By Guy Adams At first sight, it looks like any other casual family portrait: a middle-aged man, with grey hair and a square jaw poses proudly next to his two grown-up daughters.
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