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Philly G. Fails

Bully and braggart Sir Philip Green ditches his libel action against ‘The Telegraph’ and is deservedly met with a bill of £3 million in...

Furnishing Downton

“World famous actor” with a superinjunction set to be named in America   Twitter’s all a storm about another so-called British “celebrity” who “hired Wayne Rooney’s...

PJS’ Sacrifice

Super-injunction on reporting of a story of a ‘celebrity’ threesome lifted (but for now the individual still cannot yet be named)   On Monday afternoon, the...

Bog-standard blatancy

Former multi-millionaire Brian O’Donnell fails in his latest attempt to recuse himself from proceedings relating to the repossession of his £6 million South Dublin...

Bonneville’s super ride

Hugh Bonneville can celebrate after Gothic wins at Leicester   This morning, The Telegraph’s ‘Mandrake’ reported on the latest success of the Highclere Thoroughbred Racing Petrushka...

Stoned contraband

Two unusual items of Rolling Stones memorabilia come to the market   Just as the Rolling Stones performed in Hyde Park this weekend gone, Peter Harrington...

Where there's brass, there's muck

Company director Adrian Burford accused of stealing £12.5 million from his own company   Adrian Burford was a man who liked the good life. He lived...

Richard Littlejohn

Essex born journalist Richard Littlejohn claims that the Royal Family are a “bunch of tax-evading adulterers” and argued that the police should have used...

Windows on the WAGs

A £15 million mansion fit for a self-made tycoon or an upwardly mobile WAG   While the youth of the Kings Road and Loughton have featured...

Owen Oyston

This flamboyant fedora wearing tycoon made his fortune selling an estate agency empire just before the 1987 stock market crash. He’s now worth in...
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An Eaton Mess

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Desmond Dropped

Ex-Daily Express owner Richard Desmond’s plans for a 1,500 apartment complex kicked out as Tory housing minister Robert Jenrick MP is shown to have “unlawfully approved” the proposed scheme.

Moron of the Moment – Darren Grimes

In threatening respected writer Peter Jukes with legal action, Darren Grimes yet again shows himself as nothing but a petulant pillock.