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Nadine Dorries Bans Telegraph Journalists From Attending Her Book Launch After 'Spiteful Nasty' Review

Posted at 1:34PM Wednesday 09 Apr 2014

"I'm afraid after the slew of nasty coverage about Nadine in the Telegraph this week the team think it best not to have you there. Sorry about that but I really want her to have a wonderful night and not have to worry about anything.

I'll be sure to let you know about future events."

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