TheLondonpaper is accused of dumping thousands of copies as part of an alleged scam to bump up its audience figure claims - see the movie here via You Tube.
Meanwhile, two mysteries:
1. Not one newspaper followed up my report on thelondonpaper editor Stefano Hatfield's policy of not hiring "mature" journalists - in breach of new anti-ageist laws brought in last year. This is probably because every national newspaper is essentially ageist itself. I wonder when the UK government proposes to enforce its legislation as opposed to ticking off the boxes of political correctness?
2. Not one newspaper dared to repeat my authenticated story of Hatfield's affair with Freud's MD Fiona Noble - she being London major Ken Livingstone's PR. While no suggestion was made of any wrong-doing between Livingstone, Hatfield and Noble because of the affair, it is peculiar but predictable that newspapers decide what the public should know as part of the ongoing "oath" of omerta between editors and proprietors. Even mortal enemies dare not squeal.