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We're obliged today to the concerned Reg readers* who alerted us to the latest example of why licence-fee-driven TV is nothing more than a vehicle to punt pornography to impressionable minds who might otherwise be out riding their bikes and playing conkers:

Kylie Minogue renamed Kylie Minge on BBC website

For the record, this scandalous renaming of Oz's highly-talented chanteuse was available for just a few minutes this morning before the powers that be moved to deploy the blue pencil. Notwithstanding, we have made our dossier available to the relevant authority, and expect a cheque from The Daily Mail's indignant moral outrage desk by return of post. ®

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*Yes indeed - the question of why Reg readers feel driven to enter "kylie's minge" into the BBC search engine is without doubt a matter for qualified psychiatrists.

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