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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

Lord Janner's child sex abuse police cover up revealed in new evidence — Damning new evidence reveals child sex abuse was covered up by police Lord Janner will not be charged with crimes despite CPS having evidence Ten-page witness statement details the ordeal of one of his alleged victims All references to politician were removed from child's social services file He is accused of taking the boy to Labour Party offices and Parliament The most damning evidence yet of how the Establishment hid Lord Janner's alleged child abuse can be revealed today.

Weapons and personal items belonging to the Kray twins, Ronnie and Reggie revealed — Remarkable collection of weapons and memorabilia of Kray twins revealed Includes sawn-off shotgun, catapult, crossbow, knuckleduster and glasses Collection is owned by Andy Jones who runs a museum in Forest of Dean Mr Jones was left the items by Reggie after visiting him regularly in prison Photographed extensively for the first time ever by Londoner Peter Dazeley From a sawn-off shotgun to a catapult and crossbow, these are the previously unseen weapons of the infamous gangsters Ronnie and Reggie Kray.

No wonder Nick Clegg has gone quiet on tax dodging: His wife's paid by law firm that helps rich avoid tax and his father is chairman of bank with ties to tax haven | Daily Mail Online — 'His failure to make more noise is odd' says prominent tax QC His father, Nicholas, has worked for banks operating in tax havens Wife, Miriam Gonzalez Durantez's, firm advertises 'tax-planning services' Lib Dems insist there is no conflict of interest involved in his position Not long ago, a law firm called Dechert invited carefully selected guests to a special 'An Inspector Calls' seminar at its vast, steel-and-glass-clad office in the City of London.

Bordeaux for families: A wonderful wine weekend in south-west France (don't worry, the children did tastings with grape juice) — South-western France's biggest city is a well-known haven for wine lovers But Bordeaux can also be a surprisingly inviting destination for families The five-star Grand Hotel de Bordeaux has its own 'children's concierge' We were feeling woozy by the time Madame Stella started pouring her 2004 vintage, but at the end of the dimly lit tasting room, the children were as bright as buttons.

Tory giant dogged by lurid rumours: For years, Leon Brittan was haunted by wild allegations - but were they just unfounded smears by his enemies? — Hundreds of messages on Twitter expressed glee at Leon's Brittan's death Many accused him of having committed catalogue of appalling sex crimes Remarks were at odds with the fact he was never charged with any offence But rumours hung over him about alleged involvement in paedophile ring On the news of Lord Brittan's death, his one-time Cabinet colleague Lord Debden (formerly John Gummer) said he felt 'very sad'.

Labour and the NHS stitch-up (continued): How watchdog that shut down first privately run NHS hospital ignored 300-patient survey backing it in favour of critical poll of just 17 people | Daily Mail Online — Report gave Hinchingbrooke Hospital lowest ever score for care standards But damning report ignored large survey showing patients were very happy Larger survey showed 300 patients gave it an average of 8.4 out of 10 CQC report led to Circle, the firm running hospital, resigning its contract But investigation raised suspicions report was 'stitched up' by senior Labour and union figures strongly opposed to privatisation The watchdog which branded the first privately run NHS hospital as 'inadequate' ignored a large survey showing patients were very happy with the care they received.

Labour's private hospital stitch-up: Shocking evidence of how the Left sabotaged NHS success story — There are growing calls for inquiry into Hinchingbrooke in Cambridgeshire It was rated 'inadequate' by the Care Quality Commission watchdog Those who helped draw up the report have ties to privatisation opposition A doctor employed by the hospital is the area's Labour MP candidate An inspector has been associated with the Keep Our NHS Public group Shocking evidence of how Labour and union figures had the first privately run NHS hospital declared a failure has been uncovered by the Daily Mail.

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.
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May 21, 2015

Two balls till lunch. Traditional moment for England to lose a wicket.

May 21, 2015

@edcaesar They've legalised "lolz." NOT IN MY HOUSE THEY FUCKING HAVEN'T

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