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NET LOSSES
The government adds insult to injury by not renewing its contract with BBC Monitoring’s Jihadi team, which keeps tabs on the UK’s would-be attackers.

IN THE SUNDOG-HOUSE
Indie production company Sundog Pictures gets a belated six-month ban from the BBC for misleading viewers over Aboriginal drinking habits.

IT’S A WRAP-AROUND
George Osborne’s much-awaited front-page election editorial in the Evening Standard is hidden by a wrap-around ad promoting a C4 drama series!

PLUS: Ad Nauseam, Dumb Britain. Desperate Electioneering & more.

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Genius Corbyn Gets Only Nine Seats Fewer Than Disastrous Neil Kinnock in 1992 – Exclusive to All Papers… I Have Always Thought Jeremy Is Wonderful, Say All Labour MPs… It’s the Sun Wot Had No Effect At All!... Pied Piper Captures Young Followers: Nursery Times… Enemies of the People: Mail Slams Unelected Members of the Public for Betraying Britain… That Social Media Terror Attack Cycle in Full… Sir Roy Strong: My Royal Secrets, as told to Craig Brown

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- Brexit alert: UK farming faces a bitter harvest

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