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Paper Monitor

10:12 UK time, Wednesday, 16 May 2007

A service highlighting the riches of the daily press.

Some days, things just make you go not so much hmmmm as "huh?" And today is one of those days, with the papers competing to string together the most opaque headline. And guess what? The fashion sections lead the pack, the business pages not far behind.

Shoulder pads may be back but poverty chic isn't far behind - Daily Telegraph
When I look at the wedges I don't think 'Big Apple' - T2
RPI equals TPI but not CPI - the Guardian
Jose nicked in dog row - pet police raid over Yorkie - Sun
Tate sets out to rescue reputation of artist tarnished by Bubbles - Guardian
Er... are ewe sure you're not a panda? - Daily Mail

It's all "Virgin on the ridiculous" (T2) so Paper Monitor is going for a lie-down.

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