Grey Cardigan: Do not forget to mention the war

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Never let it be said that The Sun goes easy on those cheese-eating surrender monkeys from across the Channel.

Today’s story about an agency worker who was asked to remove her poppy while working on a Dior perfume counter in the new Westfield mall contains a par of essential context: ‘During the Second World War, French fashion designer Dior made dresses for the wives of Nazis and countrymen who collaberated with them.”

It’s at times like this that I almost feel sorry for the poor sap in the press office who had to pick up the phone call from Wapping.

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