Wednesday, 12 August 2015

Daily Mail not on top form

The Evening Standard has beaten the Mail at its own game. There's nary a mention of this story on the Mail website (yet):

The Surrey home belonging to the murdered Al-Hilli family has been put up for sale almost three years after their tragic deaths...

The £1.185m four-bedroom property is being marketed by Catling & Co and is described as a “substantial detached family house” with an “excellent frontage”.


mombers said...

£1.185m? That's a very accurate number. If papers can get this sort of accuracy, imagine what an open public register to base land value tax on could achieve?

Random said...

Mark, read this
The government is into Orwell.

James Higham said...

Poltergeists no extra charge.

View from the Solent said...

"...84 Youth Ambassadors from Youth Employment UK (YEUK)"

YEUK? Says it all, really.

Mark Wadsworth said...

M, HM Land Reg actually did it but Fatty Pickles forced them to delete the resulting file.

R, yes, crock of shit.

JH, shouldn't make fun of the dead, but yes, that sort of thing will be a strong selling point.

VFTS, yup.

mombers said...

MW, who do I contact in HMG to get my income tax file deleted?