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It is lovely though, to be fair

Tim Peake's space marathon

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Using your phone in the cinema

Never, ever acceptable

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Early-summer optimism

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Missing The Night Manager

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Pretending you understand Game Of Thrones

Er, yes, that as well

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    Wednesday
    Jan022013

    The Naughtily Riveting Award

     

    In a year when people left, right and centre have been trying to avoid their reputations being damaged by the actions of the gutter press, there was one lone brazen voice we just couldn’t get enough of: Paul McMullan, the self-styled sleazy ex-News of the World journalist. During the Leveson Inquiry, Paul became the essential interviewee, doing the rounds on Newsnight, Day Break, Sky News and Today, getting relentlessly yelled at by celebrities and somehow managing to stoop lower and lower every time he was interviewed. Chilling, but a little bit thrilling too.

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