Tuesday, 23 February 2010

Hardcastle pokes finger at Observer staff

Daily Mail columnist Ephraim Hardcastle comments today: "The Observer's allegations about No 10 violence sound rather like life at the Left-wing paper itself. One recent editor was involved in a violent tussle with an underling; then business editor Frank Kane was knocked out by a colleague during a 'bonding' excursion; an arts editor had his nose broken in a fracas; there was a punch-up at the 2002 funeral in Edinburgh of the paper's foreign news editor, Arnold Kemp, at which Gordon Brown read the lesson."

1 comment:

isle of man mansions said...

"The observer" sounds more like fight club.