Just happened to notice this article in the Times, it happens to be about a hot topic i.e. child abuse and the Catholic church, however that's not why I'm pointing it out (depressing though that topic is!); just take a look at the name of the author of the article, now tell me this isn't a wind up.... :)
On a side-bar issue the times on-line is going to start charging people to read their content soon; I think this is a flawed strategy, unless all the papers gang up together on-line readers will simply go elsewhere for their news, actually I don't know anyone who doesn't consume news through some kind of aggregation site anyway so they simply won't see the Times articles any more. A far better strategy IMO would be for News Corporation to offer value added services on top of their content and make it more useful for businesses (who will happily pay to get competitive advantage) - that way the free content simply becomes a way to seed the market for more valuable services.