Kel starts as he means to go on - by being so abusive, his copy borders on the actionable. “FAT FRAUD IS STILL IN MY SIGHTS” rants the headline, although, just as on so many occasions when he was in the editor’s chair, no reliable support for the “fraud” claim is forthcoming. Instead, he rambles into pub bore mode and engages autopilot.
I’m sure Tom is quaking in his boots, or maybe not. But on rants Kel. “this is what he said as he pressured prosecutors to pursue Lord Brittan: ‘He is as close to evil as any human being could get’”. No he didn’t: someone else said that, and Watson quoted them. That isn’t the same thing, except in the sad world of Kelvin McFilth.