Free Standard Shipping on U.S for Hogan Black Friday Sales. Orders Over $75. Hey! Just a reminder that you will receive your order anywhere from 5-9 business days from the date .
Hogan Black Friday Sales - Page 3 returnsa£á| after a week: Winking topless woman appears in The Sun under 'clarifications and corrections' headlineSegment in The Sun was believed to have been dropped after 44 yearsNewspaper had not published topless glamour model photos since FridayBut feature returned today under heading 'Clarifications and Corrections'Paper 'apologises' and publishes photo of 'Nicole, 22, from Bournemouth'No Hogan Black Friday Sales To Page 3 campaign group spokesman admits 'fight might be back on'ByMark Duell for MailOnline Published: 01:07 GMT, 22 January 2015 | Updated: 09:00 GMT, 22 January 2015 668 shares 763 View comments Baring her breasts and winking at the camera, a£á?Nicole from Bournemoutha£á? today brought to an end speculation that Page 3 had been killed Hogan Black Friday Sales off.It had been widely thought the controversial segment in The Sun newspaper had been dropped after 44 years - and Government ministers welcomed the move.The newspaper had not published pictures of topless glamour models since last Friday, instead advising readers the pictures would be available on its website.Scroll down for videoA? Topless photos: Among the most Hogan Black Friday Sales famous Page 3 models is Katie Price (pictured), formerly known as Jordan Stars in the Sun: Ex-Page 3 models Kathy Lloyd (left) and Karen White (right), pictured in the late NinetiesBut under the headline a£á?Clarifications and Correctionsa£á? on page three today, the paper published a topless photograph of the 22-year-old model.It stated: a£á?Further to recent reports Hogan Black Friday Sales in all other media outlets, we would like to clarify that this is Page 3 and this is a picture of Nicole, 22, from Bournemouth. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Pop, reality TV and finding God! From Samantha Fox to Katie... SARAH VINE: Why the demise of Page 3 is no victory for... Share this article Hogan Black Friday Sales Share a£á?We would like to apologise on behalf of the print and broadcast journalists who have spent the last two days talking and writing about us.a£á?The No To Page 3 campaign group, which had all but declared victory in their battle to have the feature axed, admitted that its war was not yet won. Black and Hogan Black Friday Sales white days: Other former Page 3 models include Samantha Fox (right) and Linda Lusardi (left) Protest: The No More Page 3 campaign group was founded in August 2012 by actress Lucy-Anne Holmes A spokesman said on Twitter: a£á?So it seems the fight might be back on. Thanks to The Sun newspaper for all the publicity they've Hogan Black Friday Sales given the campaign. See you tomorrow.a£á? Further to recent reports in all other media outlets, we would like to clarify that this is Page 3 and this is a picture of Nicole, 22, from BournemouthA? The SunA?After reports the paper had decided to quietly drop the feature, Education Secretary Nicky Morgan and Liberal Democrat women's and Hogan Black Friday Sales equalities minister Jo Swinson were among those to express their delight at the apparent change.Despite claims earlier this week in The Times newspaper, owned by Rupert Murdoch who also owns The Sun, that the feature had been dropped, the tabloid had refused to confirm the move.Its head of public relations Dylan Sharpe stated on Twitter last Hogan Black Friday Sales night: a£á?I said that it was speculation and not to trust reports by people unconnected to The Sun.a£á? Pleased: Former Page 3 pin-up turned bodybuilder Jodie Marsh (pictured), 36, said she was 'happy' that the feature had seemingly been reinstated Said they were pleased: Education Secretary Nicky Morgan and Liberal Democrat women's and equalities minister Jo Hogan Black Friday Sales Swinson were among those to express their delight at the apparent end of Page 3 topless photos Former Page 3 pin-up turned bodybuilder Jodie Marsh, 36, last night said she was a£á?happya£á? that the feature had seemingly been reinstated. Rupert Murdoch: The News Corp boss signalled last year that he was considering dropping the featureWriting on Hogan Black Friday Sales Twitter to the No More Page 3 group she said: a£á?May I humbly suggest that you now put your time & effort into something that actually matters like campaigning against FGM...a£á?Page 3 girl Rhian Sugden, 28, said earlier this week: a£á?It's only a matter of time before everything we do will be dictated by comfy shoe-wearing, Hogan Black Friday Sales no bra-wearing, man-haters.a£á?The Page 3 pin-ups were introduced by the Sun in 1970, less than a year after Rupert Murdoch bought the title.But the News Corp boss signalled last year that he was considering dropping the feature.He asked his Twitter followers: a£á?Aren't beautiful young women more attractive in at least some fashionable clothes?a£á?Mr Murdoch went on: Hogan Black Friday Sales a£á?Brit feminists bang on forever about Page 3. I bet never buy paper. I think old fashioned but readers seem to disagree.a£á?Sarah Vine wrote in the Daily Mail yesterday that the demise of Page 3 being celebrated by the likes of Harriet Harman and No More Page 3 movement founder Lucy-Anne Holmes was 'no victory for Hogan Black Friday Sales feminism'.The columnist said: 'Twenty years ago, I might have joined these ladies in their chorus of celebration. But the truth is, in the 21st century it has almost no significance whatsoever.' .