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Nadine Dorries vs The Telegraph

Posted at 6:15PM Thursday 10 Apr 2014

Axegrinder reported yesterday how the Telegraph's Mandrake column team found themselves banned from the Nadine Dorries book-launch party this week over what her publisher's PR described as a "slew of nasty coverage".

Now her literary agent Piers Blofeld has hit back telling Axegrinder: "I have never before in my career encountered this level of sustained abuse by a media organisation against one author.

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