During the 15 years in which Section 28 was law, no local authority was prosecuted
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Thursday 28 February 2008
Horrific visions of furry friends over at Radio 1, akin to the mutant, dog-sized, man-eating rodents of James Herbert's novel The Rats – if you believe the hysterical emails circulating the BBC. Colleagues at sister stations seem not a little delighted that on Tuesday, Radio 1 staff had to evacuate after a sewage pipe broke in the street, requiring the emergency intervention of Thames Water. Amid the stench and chaos, reports differ.
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