Sneak is often accused of being a little bit anti-American. It's not that he is anti Americans per se, it's just that not many of them seem to get his rather dry wit and frequent forays into the land of sarcasm and irony. Unfortunately, this is a strange, mysterious place about which most of our cousins from across the pond seem to know very little. So thanks, Daily Mail, for providing Sneak with the perfect opportunity to explain the meaning of irony.
It seems that Associated Newspapers, the publisher of the Daily Mail, has had one of its laptops, containing thousands of journalists' financial details, stolen. You may remember these same Daily Mail journalists launching attack after incensed attack against "criminally careless" government departments such as the "bungling Ministry of Mayhem" as the HMRC was dubbed. Um, maybe they should have been more careful about their own data security.
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