Thursday, April 28, 2005


With most of the pro-Howard press splashing with the Attorney General's advice, The Sun does its best to try and take people's attention elsewhere to the two great distractions of the age: the stabbed mother and the Beckhams. The attempts by Victoria and David to try and prove whatever it is they think we care about have now got so desperate, Posh is trying to dress like she works for easyJet to stop us looking at the stories about her former nanny:

The Mirror, meanwhile, decides to stay with the nanny (and, in passing: we know the 'Blair plane nearly hit by thunderbolt' is meant to try and make him seem brave and strong, but doesn't it just give the impression that God is trying to get rid of him as well?):

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