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Fire, Torment And Villainy Await Chris Grayling In Novel Punishment For Prison Book Ban

Posted at 9:56AM Saturday 05 Jul 2014

Novelist Kathy Lette plans revenge on justice secretary Chris Grayling by giving his name to a corrupt character in her next novel



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