Anorak | Madeleine McCann: Why Gordon Brown Did It

Madeleine McCann: Why Gordon Brown Did It

by | 12th, June 2008

mccann-stamp.png MADDIE WATCH – Anorak’s at-a-glance guide to press coverage of Madeleine McCann

The Madeleine McCann case is not making much news. But you can still find the missing child being used as a point of reference for lazy hacks looking for context:

DAILY MIRROR : “If I hadn’t been found I would have had a different life

When she was cruelly snatched aged five months by a woman posing as a store detective, Natalie became Britain’s most famous baby.

That’s Natalie Horrell, in case you’ve forgotten.

For five agonising days, her parents Margaret and Paul were at the centre of a massive hunt until their little girl was found safe and well 200 miles away with a woman who desperately wanted her own baby to keep her marriage alive. Her abductor Delia McCall was jailed for three years for the kidnap, which was foiled when her ex-husband tipped

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