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What The Paper’s Are Saying: Tuesday 25th July

Trying to track down the whereabouts Edward Snowden is now becoming more important than the actual matter of privacy.

Kat Banyard is still getting her head around why retailers are still selling lads mags. Men liking to look at tits and therefore buying the magazines is a simple answer.

The BBC apologise for Holly Willoughby after 139 people complained that they saw a flash of nipple. Seriously, give us a break.

The Duchess of Cambridge has been playing a bit of a trick and her baby could be due 10 days earlier. The press have got wind of a wind up from the palace in which she gave the wrong date to fool the press. Lord knows how we’re going to cope without uterus watch once she’s had it!

On the back of one of the funniest stories of last week, a novelty bet has earned Labour MP Anas Sarwar a £10,000 payout over Barack Obama’s calling George Osborne ‘Jeffrey’ during a Commons debate.



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Written by Rachael

As well as being Editor here at The Spin Alley, Rachael is also a freelance journalist and blogger covering lifestyle, travel, culture, entertainment, media and online life for online and print publications.

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