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April 15, 2013

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Arthur

Even the BBC is not quite as left leaning as N.Korea, but must be seen by the N.Korean security service as useful idiots. As for the LSE, they have a reputation for subversion second to none. I feel sure the N.Korean security service was miles ahead of these imbeciles, and no possible danger was risked by either comradely party.

Man in a Shed

And what of the North Korean tour guides etc that featured ? After all its a very forgiving extreme left wing regime isn't it ?

Peter Krieg

So G4S have people waiting for a couple hours under a bridge at the olympics, the BBC crucify them. The BBC it is said risked the lives of students, and claim the story was worth the risk. Anothe rpiece of unboased as is their genes from the BBC

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