read more Murdoch apologises for 'anti Semitic' cartoon Sunday Times rapped over cartoon News Corporation chairman Rupert Murdoch has apologised after the Sunday Times featured a Gerald Scarfe cartoon which was accused of being anti Semitic. I am not a political prognosticator, but something is not adding up with what we are hearing in the media and seeing in the polls. he decided to go to Kate's penthouse to collect the money but instead Mrs Kate had other plans in mind for thing young buck.
Alongside the dazzling classics such as Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Some Like It Hot don't miss this rare opportunity to see Monroe's?? powerful performances in films like Let's Make Love and The Misfits on the big screen. The protest then continued as usual on the pavement outside, with one rather odd incident when a man began to shout loudly that no one was prepared to answer his question, which he had apparently asked some of those holding one of the banners. Legal Cookies on Mediatel Mediatel places cookies on your computer so that we can give you the best possible experience of the site.