Maddie’s-not-Moroccan shock

Seeing Madeleine everywhere and 'mourning' Mourhino - read Mick Hume's columns in The Times (London).

Mick Hume

Mick Hume

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Tuesday 25 September:

‘Where’s the funeral? The over-reaction to the departure of the Chelsea boss José Mourinho looked more like mourning a death in the family. Bill Shankly said that football wasn’t a matter of life and death, it was more important than that – but he was joking. Some seemed to take him seriously last week…’

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Friday 28 September 2007:

‘Just when we might have hoped that the gossip surrounding the Madeleine McCann case could sink no lower, the world media managed it, by effectively conspiring to accuse a Moroccan olive farmer’s family of kidnapping her…’

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