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NTK 2000-07-14
14 July 2000

'As NTK readers' attention spans collapse under the barrage of our saturation RIP coverage, we thought we'd enter a bit of a quiet period. But afore we go, one final glimpse at the one remaining pressure group still supporting the Bill: self-proclaimed protector of the kids, BARONESS THORNTON (wife of anti-RIP rentaquote, John Carr). In the dying moments of the Lords debate, the good Baroness launched a spectacular, and somewhat desperate, attack on critics of the Bill.' link

Posted by SteveC at 04:55 PM Fri 14 Jul 2000 Categories: NTK