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Topic History of: News Of The World - new film.
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Wyot I was doing my paper round 13 years after you sausage but it sounds the same.

The NOW was very hard to get through letter boxes; particularly after I had dismantled it a little to cop a feverish gawp at scantily clad ladies!

But it was the bloody viscious dogs behind the letterboxes of a couple of the more isolated farm houses I hated.

Not one bastard left me even a quid tip one Christmas, so I jacked it in
Little Sausage When I was a lad back in 73/74 I worked a 7 day a week paper round on my bike for £1.00 per week
and that was one of the papers I’d deliver into peoples letterboxes around Kent.

I remember the weekend deliveries was hard work as the papers were so thick and heavy and people world get multiple papers. Oh and memories of pushing and squeezing the Sunday papers into letterboxes that the outer pages would sort of shred as the made their way through those little narrow letterbox cavities of the terrace houses.

The large manor houses had much better and bigger letterboxes and the front of their gardens and were a lot more accommodating.

The News Of The World phone tapping/hacking saga had all the hallmarks of a good political drama..
it was big news over here too..

Rebekah Brooks and her professional relationship with Rupert Murdoch was intriguing
and in 2015 she became the CEO of News UK.

News Corp UK & Ireland Limited (trading as News UK)
JK2006 NewsOfTheWorld - one of my favourite actors is Tom Hanks and one of the best directors - Paul Greengrass. So I recommend this on Netflix.