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frazzled1 Wed 17-Jun-20 20:24:01

Gotta love PE grin

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PumbaasCucumbas Wed 17-Jun-20 20:27:02

I was so hoping private eye would take JK’s side. They’re not afraid of trolls or lawsuits grin

Babdoc Wed 17-Jun-20 20:32:38

Fabulous! I wonder if Radcliff et al are regretting their knee jerk attack on JK to score woke points yet? Surely at some stage they will realise how regressive they are being on women’s rights and gender stereotypes?

Ereshkigalangcleg Wed 17-Jun-20 20:39:16

Brilliant grin

Redshoeblueshoe Wed 17-Jun-20 20:42:28

Brilliant

wonderstuff Wed 17-Jun-20 20:44:51

Love Private Eye

ErrolTheDragon Wed 17-Jun-20 20:45:37

grinstar

Cuntysnark Wed 17-Jun-20 21:00:42

I love that book! And PE.

PumbaasCucumbas Wed 17-Jun-20 22:55:22

I have a slight crush on Hislop... maybe it was the Dominic Cummings episode of hignfy

doubtfulguest Wed 17-Jun-20 23:07:02

Francis Wheen, as you would imagine from someone who wrote 'How mumbo jumbo conquered the world', sees through the bollocks. I recommend a follow if on Twitter.

LOLeater Wed 17-Jun-20 23:17:40

Just signed up for the year because I’m fucked if I’m supporting The Guardian when PE is dealing with reality so much more honestly.

TheProdigalKittensReturn Wed 17-Jun-20 23:39:09

We're so lucky to have Private Eye. No fucks given about faux politeness and right to the point!!

PastMyBestBeforeDate Thu 18-Jun-20 00:06:39

Never have I wanted a Like button on MN more smile

BlackBucketOfCheese Thu 18-Jun-20 00:25:38

Brilliant

lorettaobrian Thu 18-Jun-20 01:53:57

A subscription from me. Excellent stuff!grin

Blackdoggotmytonguestill Thu 18-Jun-20 02:24:14

PumbaasCucumbas

I have a slight crush on Hislop... maybe it was the Dominic Cummings episode of hignfy

I just want his cat. #colinforever

Jux Thu 18-Jun-20 02:30:28

Gotta love PE!

Somehow I've been getting PE all my life - when I was a child my dad had it every fortnight, and I would read the cartoons, often without having the faintest idea of what they were about; when I left home I got an annual subscription which I kept going for over 30 years until dd was born and we couldn't afford it any more. Luckily, someone would usually give me an annual subscription for my birthday.

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