Madeleine McCann: let’s all make it worse
Read Mick Hume's columns in The Times (London) this week.
Friday 11 May:
‘When did child abduction become a spectator sport? Who benefits from seeing daily pictures of Madeleine McCann’s distraught mother clutching her missing child’s toy? And why are many experts and authorities preying on our fears to promote their own agenda…?’
Tuesday 8 May:
‘As a Manchester United fan who called for Sir Alex Ferguson to be sacked last season, may I offer a plea: “Forgive me, Fergie, for I have whinged.” Of course, he is still a cantankerous, self-centred old git. But at the risk of sounding like Winston Smith admitting “I love Big Brother” at the end of 1984, I propose Ferguson as this year’s unfashionable role model…’
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