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The Hitch said ... kev paul dacre is a cock! eddie george came out today (not in that way) and said that he had engineered a boom, and hinted as to what is in store.
I propose a swap -- let dacre edit the Guardian whilst the parrot gets to squawk in the Daily Mail.
Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre is expected to appear this afternoon. #leveson order for today Akers, Owens, wooton, then dacre in the afternoon 9.41am: Former News of the World showbiz correspondent Dan Wootton has revealed his pre-Leveson preparation: an uplifting dose of the Canadian singer Alanis Morissette.
I hope the Daily Mail see fit to publish the details of some other overpaid buffoon.www. guardian.co.uk/med ... - dacre-pay
There ought to be a verb to dacre from Lord Dacre of Glanton, the historian Hugh Trevor-Roper, meaning something like ` to authenticate ropy diaries purporting to be by Hitler. '
hermionegingold 15 July 2011 8:49PM hermionegingold so that's what dacre looks like!