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Luxembourg’s mega tax avoidance industry exposed
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Knacker calls on yet another Tory MP
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Theresa May and the Farnborough fugitive
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- Bar humbug:
John Beggs, the go-to QC for cops in trouble
- Phone lines:
Now hacking claims extend to the Sun
- Talking shop:
Slicker on Sir Philip Green’s BHS bargain
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THE thirtieth Tory MP to be investigated by Inspector Knacker for possible election fraud didn’t...
Let’s play Grand Theft Bureaucrats
IN THE main courtroom of Luxembourg’s grand Cité Judiciare last week, a remarkable picture emerged...
Why Surrey is the hardest word…
BRITS have become used to Her Majesty’s consulates being utterly useless in the event of...
Proportion of electorate who voted to evict George Galloway from Celebrity Big Brother in 2006
Proportion of electorate who voted not to elect George Galloway as mayor of London last week
Page 94, The Private Eye Podcast - Episode 18
PF-EYE. The Eye's investigative team spill the beans on the why the Private Finance Initiative, the ingenious government money-machine which makes whole schools fall over. Plus an interview with the gag-writing team of Tom Jamieson and Nev Fountain, the men behind the Angry Baby and the Letter From Corbyn. Free ruinous 30-year contract with every download!
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Satan ‘Not All Bad’ Insists Ken… Peston or Marr? New Poll Says 95 Percent Prefer Ikea…
Will Warning Articles Over Rio Olympics Be Ready in Time?... Celebrate the Foxes’ Triumph with Blue Red Leicester Cheese and The Ranieri Trouser Press…
CCTV Image Shows Wanted Couple Leaving BHS With a Lot of Cash… Bond Villains Back Brexit in Letter to Daily Telegraph…
Donald Trump’s Diary, as tweeted to Craig Brown
- Bar humbug: John Beggs, the go-to QC for cops in trouble
- Phone lines: Now hacking claims extend to the Sun
- Talking shop: Slicker on Sir Philip Green’s BHS bargain
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