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13 May 2012updated 26 Sep 2015 7:01pm

Top 5 most read posts from the last week

Neo-Nazis, hypocritical misogyny, pastel roll necks, Ron Paul and Jack White.

By New Statesman

The best read, 7 May to 13 May 2012:

1. Greek neo-Nazi party expels journalists

Golden Dawn’s ugly press conference. | George Eaton

2. Fleet Street Fox’s hypocritical misogyny

Women should stop denigrating women, says columnist. In a column denigrating women. | Sarah Ditum

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3. Women-haters in pastel roll-necks

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The transvaginal probe is a long, dildo-shaped instrument used to detect foetal heartbeats. | Will Self

4. Why Ron Paul could still rain on Romney’s parade

The libertarian candidate who won’t go quietly. | John Stoehr

5. What’s Jack White made of?

White never stops working and everything he works with turns to gold. | Kate Mossman