Voice of The Mirror: Making us gag.
THE appalling double standards of the St James's Palace press office have spread to its neighbours at Buckingham Palace Buckingham Palace (bŭk`ĭng-əm), residence of British sovereigns from 1837, in Westminster metropolitan borough, London, England, adjacent to St. James's Park. .
Yesterday the hypocritical hyp·o·crit·i·cal
1. Characterized by hypocrisy: hypocritical praise.
2. Being a hypocrite: a hypocritical rogue. downmarket Daily Mail reprinted every word of the royal letters The Mirror has published this week - while condemning us at the same time.
Buckingham Palace, who were quick to gag us with sternly-worded legal letters, joined their St James's counterparts in deciding yesterday they would take no action against the Mail.
Just as they let the Sun off time and again for disgraceful dis·grace·ful
Bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful.
dis·graceful·ly adv. intrusions into the private lives of William and Harry.
Isn't it time the Royal Family sacked the incompetent incompetent adj. 1) referring to a person who is not able to manage his/her affairs due to mental deficiency (lack of I.Q., deterioration, illness or psychosis) or sometimes physical disability. clowns who run their press offices and hired people who might exercise impartial judgment rather than the current toadies who bend to the whims of whoever buys them the most lunches?