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NotW gets Taiwanese cartoon treatment

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The tykes at Taiwanese news station NMA have been up to their old tricks, this time giving the New Of The World hacking scandal their unmistakable CGI makeover.

In the odd (even for their standards) dramatisation, NotW is depicted as a pirate ship with Rebekah Brooks at the helm.

Sail forward the Guardian to sink them with some well placed cannonballs...

Back in the real world, with less pirates, Brooks's position appears more and more untenable.

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