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EDITORIAL

Editorial comment from Matthew SteeplesOur editor tells it like it is and he rarely minces his words

The master manipulators

As Charles Saatchi has his daughter speak to the ‘Mail’ about Nigella Lawson, one can only ask which of the pair is the worse

 

Charles Saatchi and Nigella Lawson’s marriage is over. On that basis, one would imagine both would like to move on. Clearly, that’s not the case.

 

Charles Saatchi put his hand over his wife Nigella Lawson's mouth at Scott's
Charles Saatchi put his hand over his wife Nigella Lawson’s mouth at Scott’s

 

On Thursday, Saatchi’s daughter, Phoebe, 18, read the following statement to the Mail newspaper:

 

“The statement is: ‘Nigella has not spoken to me since she left our house on that Sunday when the newspaper story appeared. She has behaved in a very cold-hearted way. She has been my mother since I was seven or eight and has just abandoned me’. That’s it”.

 

A marketing pro like Saatchi should have known better and a “transatlantic goddess” like Lawson shouldn’t have upset her young step-daughter either. They are both as bad as one another. Shame on the pair of them.

 

 

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6 comments on “The master manipulators”

  1. He is a bastard and should just do the decent thing. He’s already threatened to so why doesn’t he just get on with it? Preferably can he do it in Emin’s unmade bed. At least then there will have been a useful use for it.

    1. I fear Tom sums it up. And all of us who have an unhealthy interest in their affair, which none of our business, are sad spectators with little else of interest in our own lives.
      My wise 97 year old neighbour always says ‘it’s nothing to do with you and you will never know what has gone on anyway’

  2. Can someone please put them both in a blender at high speed? Surely Nigella’s got a few in that £500,000 kitchen. Bottle the result and display it at the Saatchi. It’d be more interesting than the **** that is currently there.

  3. Nigella is a victim of domestic abuse. She is lucky to have escaped him. He is manipulating the poor child and the suicide threat is just another of his stupid PR stunts. Shame on Charles Saatchi.

  4. Charles Saatchi was once a advertising guru, he knows the mechanisms of all the domains in Public Relations management inside out. He is a to materialistic man to contemplate suicide. Max Clifford wants us to believe that Simon Cowell is a serial womaniser. He is not, he is a fruit cake.
    Si is better off eating a hamster.

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