Middle-aged British man reads right to end of Daily Mail story about Caitlyn Jenner

A 54 YEAR-old man from Hertfordshire has revealed he read an entire Daily Mail story about Caitlyn Jenner.

Martin Bishop admitted he began reading the story by accident but by the fourth paragraph found himself ‘quite engrossed’.

He said: “At first I was thinking ‘is this about what I think it’s about?’ but then I thought, ‘gosh, that is really something, isn’t it?’.

“By the time I was into the second half of the story I found myself glancing back at the photo and thinking, ‘well, that is quite remarkable… quite remarkable’.

“And by the time I got to the end I was thinking, ‘best of luck to you, Caitlyn, you’re some guy’. And then of course I corrected myself and felt rather ashamed at my ignorance.”

Bishop added: “I hope my story will inspire other 54 year-old men from Hertfordshire to admit to reading an entire article about Caitlyn Jenner.”

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Blair to turn anti-extremist group into pragmatic, extremist-friendly brand

TONY Blair has pledged to transform an anti-extremist organisation into ‘a brand that extremists can trust’.

The former prime minister said the European Council on Tolerance and Reconciliation had to ‘completely rethink’ its philosophy and question whether tolerance and reconciliation were still relevant in a globalised, 21st Century marketplace.

He added: “We need to replace this clause in the council’s constitution about ‘committing itself to promoting tolerance and reconciliation’ with something less dogmatic, such as ‘we will help everyone achieve their goals’.

“It’s inclusive, dynamic, and most importantly, forward looking.”

Blair stressed the council had been guilty of ‘demonising extremists’ and had failed to recognise the important, hatred-generating role extremism plays in society.

He said: “I want this council to be the choice of aspirational, hard-working extremists and anti-extremists who just want a good quality of tolerance or intolerance for themselves and their families.”