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Sun on Sunday will return to traditional journalistic values of making stuff up

it's all going on in your new transpurrant bun Announcing the first publication of the Sun on Sunday, News Corporation boss Rupert Murdoch has pledged that the paper will be produced with the ‘highest possible standards’ and will not repeat the mistakes of its predecessor, instead seeing a return to the tabloid tradition of ‘completely making stuff up’.

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Posted: Feb 20th, 2012
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Daniel Radcliffe demands equal surveillance with grown-ups

Daniel Radcliffe has lashed out at the News of the World for failing to invade his privacy. ‘I’m 22 for God’s sake,’ complained the Harry Potter star, ‘yet those tabloid scumbags followed my parents around looking for scandal, as if I was a little kid with no secrets worth revealing.

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Posted: Nov 9th, 2011
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Sun editor butchering my feature copy, complains Page 3 stunna Katie-Jo

Sun columnist Katie-Jo, 23, from Leicester has complained that the paper is still confining her to the ‘News in Briefs’ column, despite her nuanced, wordy style being better suited to two-page features.

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Posted: Aug 20th, 2011
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Murdoch custard pie stunt causes children’s entertainers to breakup

The children’s entertainment world was in shock today following the announcement that Mike Lamb and Brent Logan are to end their partnership. The ‘comedic differences’ appear to relate to the recent incident in which aspiring comedian Jonnie Marbles threw a custard pie at Rupert Murdoch.

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Posted: Aug 8th, 2011
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Cameron buys muzzle for Cable

can't teach an old dog new tricksNo. 10 Downing Street has confirmed that after a series of ‘nasty little incidents’, the Prime Minister’s faithful old Business Secretary Vince Cable will now have to wear a muzzle to prevent him attacking Mr Cameron’s friends.

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Posted: Jul 24th, 2011
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