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Madeleine McCann: And Another Thing Gordon Brown, Stephen Winyard Says And Christmas

by | 9th, December 2007

mccann-parents.jpg MADDY WATCH Anorak’s at-a-glance guide to press coverage of Madeleine McCann

THE PEOPLE : “Madeleine probe hit by delays”

Eight months of looking and now this headline..?

“Police plans to quiz Maddie McCann’s parents again look set to be delayed until after Christmas” who works over Christmas ?

STAR ON SUNDAY : “MCCANN QUIZMAS”

“Kate and Gerry McCann fear Portuguese police could turn up on their doorstep on Christmas Day” They should read The People and stop worrying about “dithering Algarve detectives”; the tabloid press’s not-so-wise men

Says a source close to the couple: “They’re desperate for their first Christmas without Madeleine to be an intimate, private affair. But they’re on tenterhooks because the occasion could be gatecrashed”

Maybe their private detectives can save the day? Metodo 3 director Francisco Marco tells us: “I think it’s going very well. I am unable to say too much except that everything is very positive.” At a rate of £2,000-a-day , hard to see how things could be negative…

“MCCANNS ‘WILL BE CLEARED BY XMAS’” – so reported the Star one week ago

DAILY MAIL : “Red tape could delay questioning of McCanns until after Christmas”
“Police questioning of Gerry and Kate McCann over the disappearance of their daughter Madeleine could be delayed until after Christmas. Portuguese detectives are ready to fly to the UK and have prepared letters with questions the couple and their seven holiday friends must answer. But they are being held up by a mass of red tape”

Gerry and Kate McCann are “doctors”. Such are the facts

THE TIMES

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