More media bloopers (with additions 25 May ’10)
Some jewels from the print media
…the day after an email exchange about liberty between Tony Blair and I was published in the Observer, …
Henry Porter, The Observer 16 May 2010
…an exhausted-looking Boulton jabbed his finger and furiously refuted Cameron’s claim that the Sky man wanted to see David Cameron in Downing Street.
James Robinson The Observer, Sunday 16 May 2010
Andrew Marr, whose Sunday morning BBC show goes out at the same time as Boulton’s Sky programme, …
Boulton’s own high standing may even mitigate against such a radical change of direction.
The Camerons, as the first new occupants of Downing Street since first lady fever began, thus find unprecedented attention focused on Samantha.
Jess Cartner-Morley, Guardian, 12 May 2010
…given Mr Cable’s occasionally coruscating attacks on Mr Osborne’s judgment in the past.
George Parker, FT, 22 May 2010
Addenda, 25 May 2010
On overhearing my husband and I discussing this….
Letter, New Statesman, 24 May 2010
Out of these pieces, my mother would sew dresses for my sister and I….
“Author” Justine Picardie, Liberty Print catalogue, May 2010
But Paul’s success dwarves even these.
Ewen MacAskill, Guardian, 19 May 2010, p.21
But, along with the principal of basic rights and freedoms, …
Seumas Milne, Guardian, 20 May 2010