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It's all about eyefuls of cleavage in the Daily Mail today.
On page three there's a rather unflattering photo of Kate Moss emerging from a car with her decolletage in disarray.
Further inside the paper, there is two pages from Penny Marshall who is doing an investigation into the alarming phenomenon of teenagers photographing themselves nude or partially clothed and sending each other the images. It's the kind of phenomenon that causes parents a great deal of anxiety.
One wants to avoid tawdry salaciousness with pieces like this. But as always, a picture paints a thousand words, so the Mail helpfully illustrates it with a photo of a sultry model leaning into the camera while displaying her cleavage.
Meanwhile, while they may have evinced a certain scepticism towards the merits of recycling rubbish, newspapers have always been in favour of one form of recycling - stories.
Take today's tale in the Daily Express, headlined: "ANGER OVER SEXY BOOTS FOR BABIES". Seem familiar? Could it be related to their story from November last year?
Or indeed their story from June last year, headlined: "OUTRAGE AS STILETTO SHOES FOR BABIES GO ON SALE".
Ah, it's not so hard being green.