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'F**k the Country Channel', says the Country Channel

Web TV outfit in email newsletter shocker

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We're very much obliged to the shocked reader who forwarded us an email newsletter from online TV outfit The Country Channel, which appears to dedicate its time to dancing with horses, tractor-pulling and sniffing out British cheeseries.

Well, there will be a few indignant letters to the Telegraph winging their way from beBarboured Middle Englanders this afternoon following this outrage:

'Fuck the Country Channel' declares Country Channel email newsletter

Oh dear, oh dear. For the record, you can find the expletive-free newsletter here. The latest thrillers apparently include top tips on towing caravans plus the splendidly-named Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling indulging in the aforementioned horse-dancing. ®

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