IV/ Electile Dysfunction

Russian interference. Piss-tape kompromat. Montenegrin fake news factories. Shadowy billionaires on both sides of the political divide trying to ignite a culture war. There’s been one hell of an elaborate backstory contrived to explain the shock result of the 2016 US election, but a look through the lens of the National Enquirer suggests that some of it may have been a little more straightforward.

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Porkie Pies

Much has been made of David Cameron’s decision to stand down from Parliament. Is he too lazy to help his constituents? Too greedy to turn down lucrative speaking gigs? To proud to serve under another PM? Or could it possibly be that Cameron is finally looking to take revenge for that pigfucking stuff?

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Mucky Business

Ever since Catherine The Great’s detractors tried to posthumously discredit her by spreading stories that she died shagging a horse, zoophilia has been the stickiest celebrity rumour to shake. Why are we so drawn to tales of barnyard bonking – even when they’re always absolute nonsense?

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Jennerating Content

All publications have their favourite celebrities that they love to cover. For the Express it’s Diana. OK! loves Katie Price; Now prefers Peter Andre. Us, personally? We’re suckers for anything that Paul Danan does – but there’s one magazine that has taken editorial obsession to a whole new level. Grazia.

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