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Madeleine McCann: The Election, A Joke And In The Emirates

by | 6th, May 2010

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Matthew Flinders: Yorkshire Evening Post:

Can Madeleine McCann be part of the election?

Let us not pretend that the Telegraph’s coverage of the MPs’ expenses scandal was concerned with public propriety, just as the tabloids’ focus on Madeleine McCann is not driven by concern for the child. The word “Madeleine” sells: the word “sleaze” sells. My message to politicians is simple: “Stand up, dust yourself down and begin to fight back”

Sydney Morning Herald: “It’s no joke when truth is stranger than fiction”

It is a comedy sketch that is genius for its prescience: two men in a pub – played by the satirists John Bird and John Fortune – shooting the breeze about the parlous state of British politics. Gordon Brown, they mused two years ago, would go to any lengths to secure victory: ”I wouldn’t be surprised if the night before the election he went on television and said, ‘Look what I found . . . and held up little Madeleine McCann.”

The National: “Online child abuse knows no borders”

Last November, Abu Dhabi Police joined the search for Madeleine by releasing a video to raise public awareness. It included computer-generated images of how she might look at age six, and even what she might look like tanned if she had spent the last three years in the Middle East or North Africa…

Victims have been rescued from further abuse by images of paedophiles posted on the internet and netted by authorities in online stings.

So, paedophiles took Madeleine McCann?

Like politics – lots of chatter and money spent but very little action…

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