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Tabloid Roundup: Patriots, Panda Bears, and Sex at 70

(1) Comments | Posted 15 December 2011 | (23:00)

The Leveson Inquiry: thorough, important, and enlightening.

Tabloid Roundup: none of those things.

If you're looking for an antidote to a news agenda about to buckle under its own weight, you're in the right place.

Put your feet up, and take a look at...

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Tabloid Roundup: Fools, Foreigners, and a Magic Blanket

(0) Comments | Posted 18 November 2011 | (22:00)

Welcome to Tabloid Roundup, where we say "yes please" to double dip and "no thanks" to recession.

It's the weekend, so let's enjoy the fun stuff from the nation's more affordable range of newspapers.

Most 'traditional' front page

Well done to the Daily Mail for sticking to its tried and...

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Tabloid Roundup: Loverats, Littlejohn and Lethal Fridges

(4) Comments | Posted 4 November 2011 | (23:00)

Welcome to Tabloid Roundup, where we wave goodbye to market turmoil and say hello to a simpler kind of confusion.

So leave the banks to Berlusconi and the markets to Merkel as we bring you the events that really matter from Britain's biggest-selling papers.

Sneakiest Loverat

We all know that...

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Tabloid Roundup: Noddy Holder, Morris Dancers and Two Big Macs

(2) Comments | Posted 29 October 2011 | (00:00)

Welcome once again to Tabloid Roundup, a hop, skip and a jump through the nation's less taxing newspapers.

With the eurozone safe for another week, why not relax as we dish out the awards for the week's most entertaining stories, from chubby children to Noddy and the Nazis.

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Tabloid Roundup

(2) Comments | Posted 22 October 2011 | (00:00)

Welcome to Tabloid Roundup, a weekly romp through the more colourful end of the news stand.

If those FT headlines are getting you down and the Times has left you feeling a bit hopeless, why not lower your brow and enjoy our awards for the very best of all the...

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Occupy London, Where's the Big Idea? Neither Politicians nor Protesters Have a Manifesto we Can Believe in

(1) Comments | Posted 20 October 2011 | (10:32)

Before visiting the Occupy London protest at St Paul's yesterday, it had occurred to me that the defining feature of the financial, and with it political, crisis was the complete absence of a serious alternative. No vision for the future has taken hold. As our mainstream media overflows with tales...

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