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Sympathy For The Queen Of Lies
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US Edition. Log in using your social network account. Please enter a valid password. Keep me logged in. Try Independent Minds free for 1 month See the options. Related video: The Queen raised eyebrows when she turned up to the first state opening of parliament after Brexit wearing an 'EU hat'. You can form your own view. Subscribe now. Shape Created with Sketch. Brexit: 10 of the most ridiculous headlines Show all This wholly false headline merited the first ruling by IPSO the press regulator under clause 1 of the revised Editor's Code of Practice.
Clause 1 makes specific reference to newspapers printing "headlines not supported by the text". In perhaps the most notorious front page of the past few years, the Mail derides the High Court judges who ruled that parliament must have a vote on whether to trigger article 50 and start the Brexit process. In the Express' take on the same story, they manage to incorporate the Union Jack, allude to First World War propaganda, invoke memories of Churchill and, of course, state "Brexit means Brexit".
The Sun marked the day on which Mrs May triggered article 50 by projecting a huge and terrible pun on to the Cliffs of Dover. Referencing their notorious eurosceptic headline from See: Up Yours Delors , the Sun stokes the flames of the brief Gibraltar dispute, a dispute in which Spain, the supposed aggressors, only joined to note that there was "no need for it".
This headline followed Mrs May's snap election announcement, which gave the Mail hope that dissenting opinions on Brexit would disappear. In recent months, the Mail has often forgone catchy headlines in favour of rambling rants, this is an early example aimed at Tory Brexit rebels.
This headline? On the day that the EU Withdrawal Bill is to be debated in the Commons, the Sun offers two choices to MPs, desperately including all conceivable imagery that might make Brits feel patriotic, which apparently includes the Loch Ness Monster. On the same day, the Express lets MPs know what the consequences of the vote may be. Enter your email address Continue Continue Please enter an email address Email address is invalid Fill out this field Email address is invalid Email already exists.
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Bad Fantasy, M&O - Queen of lies
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Follow comments Enter your email to follow new comments on this article. Thanks for subscribing! The character is roughly based on EMI chief Roy Featherstone, but he was actually a huge fans of the band. Everything else about the character, however, is fictional. In the movie, a drunk and dejected Freddie makes a sloppy pass at a server named Jim Hutton after a particularly debauched party. Hutton rejects him, but they talk long into the night and years later Mercury looks him up in the phone book and they begin dating.
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In real life, Hutton was a hairdresser who worked at the Savoy Hotel. They met at a nightclub. The group never split up. The movie veers the furthest from reality in the build-up to their performance at Live Aid. The others are absolutely livid and they all go their separate ways. The truth is that everyone in the band was burned out in after being on the road for a solid decade.
They all wanted a break. It never mentions that they released The Works in early and then toured it all over the world.
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The last show of the tour was just eight weeks before Live Aid. They were extremely well-rehearsed by the time that show hit, but the movie shows them having to make peace with each other and get back into playing shape. During rehearsals for Live Aid in the movie, Freddie reveals to the band that he is HIV-positive, but he wants to keep the news completely private and focus all his attention on music. The exact time that Mercury learned he had the disease remains somewhat under dispute, but nearly everyone pins it as occurring sometime between and He almost certainly had no clue when the group was rehearsing for Live Aid.