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A CORONER has forced service giant Serco to implement swift reforms after it admitted that its computerised cell records at a busy London magistrates’ court were...»


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News » Top stories
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HP Sauce » Top stories
Cartoons » Including Supermodels
Headmasters Message » The Cameron Free School
Mediaballs » The latest gaffes
Lookalikes » Are they related?
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In The Back » Top stories
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Columnists » Top stories
Rotten Boroughs » Top stories
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Dodgy Oligarch Embarrassed by Prince Andrew Link… Outcry as Nurseryland Broadcasting Corporation Withdraws Four-and-Twenty Blackbird Pie Recipe… Cannes Victory for British Austerity Drama ‘I Duncan Smith’… Caveman Invents ‘Golf’ Club – Neanderthal Times Exclusive… Editors Fret as Readers Grow Immune to Antibiotic Scare Stories… BBC Attacks Government Over ‘Tired Old Programmes’… Bruce Anderson: The Pleasures of the Table, as told to Craig Brown

And also...

- Two-tier privacy: Relief for the rich - but watch out, romping vicars.
- Laundry daze: Why the anti-corruption summit was all hot air
- Insider trading: Slicker on the Operation Tabernula convictions

For all these stories you can buy the magazine or subscribe here and get delivery direct to your home every fortnight.

Private Eye Issue 1418