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The New York Times, arguably the world's greatest newspaper, warns that the proposals, wrongly sold as innocuous, would "chill free speech".
THEY say you should never work with children or animals - and you can add 'grande dames' in their late eighties to the list after Mercy Rimell rightly stole the show following Simon's victory in the World's Greatest Newspaper Chase at Kempton yesterday.
At BIBR's press time, Jayson Blair, the 27-year-old star nonreporter who almost got away with serial plagiarism and fictionalized nonfiction at what has been the world's greatest newspaper, was reportedly shopping his story for a film, a book and even television.