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Scrapbook’s top five: our most popular posts this week

The most clicked stories of the week were:

  1. Tory MP: “We have to thank the rich” as they “bear the biggest burden”
  2. Blinded, half-paralysed man dies day after Atos stop his benefits
  3. Police tsar poll branded “a comedy of errors” over poor turnout
  4. The Police Commissioner polling station with only 1.08% turnout
  5. ‘Thatcher’s paedophile': do Watson claims relate to close Maggie ally?

Scrapbook is pretty sure that we get better turnout than the Police and Crime Commissioner elections.

Scrapbook’s top five: our most popular posts this week

The most clicked stories of the week were:

  1. ‘Thatcher’s paedophile': do Watson claims relate to close Maggie ally?
  2. Tom Watson bombshell: paedo ring ‘linked to Heath/Thatcher govts’
  3. Hypocrite Mensch criticises Dorries’ ‘I’m a Celebrity’ appearance
  4. Pictures of Republicans looking sad
  5. Blinded, half-paralysed man dies day after Atos stop his benefits

This week Scrapbook bids farewell to one of our favourite sources of mad news stories. We’ll miss you, Mittens.

Scrapbook’s top five: our most popular posts this week

The most clicked stories of the week were:

  1. ‘Thatcher’s paedophile': do Watson claims relate to close Maggie ally?
  2. Tory candidate makes sick Jimmy Savile child abuse joke on Twitter
  3. Tom Watson bombshell: paedo ring ‘linked to Heath/Thatcher govts’
  4. Is this the man from Auntie? Another BBC presenter accused of abuse
  5. Blinded, half-paralysed man dies day after Atos stop his benefits

Another grim news week.

Scrapbook’s top five: our most popular posts this week

The most clicked stories of the week were:

  1. David Cameron stole conference lines from comedy film
  2. Tom Watson bombshell: paedo ring ‘linked to Thatcher/Heath governments’
  3. ‘Thatcher’s paedophile': do Watson claims relate to close Maggie ally?
  4. Is this the man from Auntie? Another BBC presenter accused of abuse
  5. Nick Griffin’s latest bonkers claim: gay marriage kills children

At the end of what has been quite a dark week, a little Silvio Berlusconi gives some welcome comic relief.

Scrapbook’s top five: our most popular posts this week

The most clicked stories of the week were:

  1. Is this the man from Auntie? Another BBC presenter accused of abuse
  2. Nick Griffin tweets gay couple’s address, incites homophobic mob
  3. Tory candidate makes sick Jimmy Savile child abuse joke on Twitter
  4. Ex-Director General’s office implicated in BBC ‘sex abuse cover up’
  5. 14 year-old girl expelled from school for being raped

It should surprise no one that this week has been dominated by Jimmy Savile and Nick Griffin.

Scrapbook’s top five: our most popular posts this week

The most clicked stories of the week were:

  1. Ex-Director General’s office implicated in BBC ‘sex abuse cover up’
  2. Tory candidate makes sick Jimmy Savile child abuse joke on Twitter
  3. The six maddest policy ideas from the Tory conference (so far)
  4. Sacked Sayeeda Warsi scowls with jealousy during conference speech
  5. Shapps confronted by Michael Crick over dodgy business schemes

It’s been a bad week for Andrew Mitchell, but a worse one for the BBC and Jimmy Savile.

Scrapbook’s top five: our most popular posts this week

The most clicked stories of the week were:

  1. “Some see the benefits” of domestic violence, claims Lib Dem councillor
  2. Black tie speech by HMRC boss gatecrashed by tax protesters
  3. Corby steelworkers pull “Cameron Out” stunt during PM visit
  4. Tory chair alter ego ‘took Caribbean cruise’ while he missed crucial vote
  5. Cameron ‘snubbed Obama call’ to play tennis with Charlie Brooks

As we reach the middle of the conference season, Scrapbook expects an interesting few weeks ahead.

Scrapbook’s top five: our most popular posts this week

The most clicked stories of the week were:

  1. “Some see the benefits” of domestic violence, claims Lib Dem councillor
  2. Grant Shapps-linked company shuts site in face of criminal complaint
  3. Obama opponents have started “lynching” empty chairs
  4. Millionaire Tory chief whip tells police: “You’re f***king plebs”
  5. Are David Cameron’s supporters leaving him out in the cold

The comments of Cllr Blango on domestic violence probably aren’t Clegg’s dream start to the Lib Dem conference.

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