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Madeleine McCann: Tommy Tiernan’s Material And Leeds Business Week

by | 2nd, June 2008

madeleinemccann4.jpgMADDIE WATCH – Anorak’s at-a-glance guide to press coverage of Madeleine McCann


The Portuguese police are guilty of cruelty? Hunter becomes hunted:

Kate and Gerry McCann could still face charges of neglect, according to the first published court ruling on the disappearance of their daughter Madeleine.

Official documents in Portugal show that the police there have not yet ruled out bringing such charges. This hardly feels like a positive step in either finding Madeleine, or discovering what happened to her.

IRISH INDEPENDENT: “Catty and Batty it sure is a funny old game for Tommy”

FOOTBALL can be a funny old game, especially when it’s played by a bunch of madcap comedians from around the world.

Comedy is funny old game – geddit?

Ireland’s finest comics took on the rest of the world in heated kick-about at the Cat Laughs comedy festival in Kilkenny yesterday. The 14th annual Cat Laughs event, which closes today, featured more than 100 shows by 70 comedians in pubs and venues across the Marble City.

Tommy Tiernan allegedly upset gig goers with a joke about missing three-year old Madeleine McCann on Saturday. But he seemed unperturbed by the controversy as he put on an extra show to the delight of fans last night.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST: “Leeds Business Week launches in city”

Leeds Business Week will also include a seminar on “PR management in a Crisis” from Clarence Mitchell, the former BBC reporter now acting for the family of missing youngster Madeline McCann.

Madeleine McCann: Making a business from a crisis

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