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EDITORIAL

Editorial comment from Matthew Steeples Our editor tells it like it is and he rarely minces his words

The madness of Murdoch

Has Rupert Murdoch lost the plot?

 

Rupert Murdoch has done a lot of strange things lately: This octogenarian met with Nigel Farage last week, is allegedly going to have his papers back Scottish independence and might also get rid of ‘Page 3 Girls’ at The Sun.

 

Rupert Murdoch
Rupert Murdoch

 

Aside from that Murdoch took to Twitter to state that he hoped his daughter isn’t friends with David Cameron on the 28th July and has since tweeted in support of Scottish independence and in praise of Will.i.am. The only thing he’s got right? Today, Murdoch stated:

 

“Piers Morgan seems unemployed after failing to attract any audience in US. Seemed out of place. Once talented, now safe to ignore”.

 

Maybe, just maybe, he’s not that mad after all.

 

 

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1 comment on “The madness of Murdoch”

  1. Rupert Murdoch can’t be blamed for not wanting his daughter to be friends with David Cameron. Look what happened to Wendi Dung. British politicians can’t be trusted, it is a matter of lock-up your daughters and wives, it is scandalous. Once bitten, twice shy.

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